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SPRING 2016 / VOLUME 12 / ISSUE 1

OPENROAD 2015 MILESTONES ANNUAL REPORT


Major Sponsor Recognition


F E A T U R E S

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f e a t ur e :

ACM’s Version of the 401K

Providers, donors, sponsors and partners play a vital role in securing ACM’s future.

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A U T O B I O G R A PHY :

1932 ford sedan delivery hot rod

No collection would be complete without a classic American Hot Rod.

DEP A R T M ENT S 5 Behind the wheel

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G U E S T EDIT O R I A L :

Southern california timing association

Dan Warner of the SCTA shares the history of this “there-from-the-beginning” organization.

A report from David Madeira, ACM CEO

6 IN THE HEADLIGHTS Summer Fun at ACM 7 ALONG FOR THE RIDE Random musings by the managing editor of OpenRoad 8 signpost Late breaking news & items of interest 8 DOWN THE ROAD Happenings worth saving the date

Photographs top and bottom by Deni Sullivan

9 ACM store Gifts for Mother’s & Father’s Day 9 Recently READ Interesting and informative car themed books 15 ON EXHIBIT New exhibits gracing our galleries 16 FUEL FOR THE FUTURE Special friends of ACM 17 Fuel for thought Financial advice for car enthusiasts 18 ROAD WELL TAKEN Oregon Air Museum Loop 26 MEMBERSHIP Highlighting perks of membership 27 EDUCATION AT ACM Learning opportunities for all ages 28 HAGERTY EDUCATION PROGRAM Preserve the past, build the future 29 Milestones annual report Recognizing those who help ‘fuel’ the exhibits, events and programs that make ACM special


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LeMay– AMERICA’S CAR MUSEUM

CEO David Madeira

BEHIND THE WHEEL WHEN WE FIRST PROMOTED THE IDEA OF “AMERICA’S CAR MUSEUM” OVER A DECADE AGO,WE PROMISED TO BE SOMETHING SPECIAL, SOMETHING UNIQUE. WE SAID WE’D GO BEYOND THE TRADITIONAL NOTION OF A CAR MUSEUM—CARS SITTING IN CHRONOLOGICALLY ORDERED DISPLAYS, FEW, IF ANY, ANCILLARY EVENTS AND A MEMBERSHIP BASE LIMITED TO THE IMMEDIATE AREA.

I WE’RE ADDING SOMETHING NEW COURTESY OF OUR GOOD FRIENDS AND STAUNCH SUPPORTERS AT HAGERTY

love this time of year. But before you call for an intervention, know I’m not talking about the weather. What I love is the start of another year at America’s Car Museum. Every successful business and organization has to have that special something that makes it unique, that differentiates it from the rest. In our case, it’s year-long, non-stop excitement. In addition to captivating and informative exhibits, innovative events and activities are what distinguish us, what makes ACM… ACM! April is really when things kick into high gear but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been active since January 1. The early days of 2016 saw us conclude a successful winter cross-country trip in three of the Museum’s collection cars. Check out The Drive Home recap on page 13. Later in January, we held our Board meeting and hosted Club Auto members in Scottsdale. February’s 2nd annual Drive the Blues Away evening of music, food and libation was a sold-out success. From this point on it’s just one thing after another. April sees the kick off of a ‘member-tested’ favorite that continues through the summer, Cruise-Ins at ACM. May adds Take a Spin and the opening of the BMW exhibit with an exclusive member preview. In June, the ACM campus becomes

“Casino Royale” for a night at the Wheels & Heels Annual Gala. Later in the month the lawn of Haub Family Field will see the first of four Drive-In Movies. And on it goes into July, August and September. You’ll find articles and ads detailing these and other events and offerings scattered throughout the pages of OpenRoad. In addition to proven summer signature highlights such as Cars & Cigars, the Vintage Motorcycle Festival and Pacific Northwest Concours d’Elegance, we’re adding something new courtesy of our good friends and staunch supporters at Hagerty. We’ve been chosen to host one of their nationwide Hagerty Driving Experience programs on September 17. The program is designed to teach young people the art of driving a stick-shift car… and not just any car, a classic! Read more about it on page 8. There you have it, enough to fill at least six months worth of calendar space. Oh, and lest I forget, we’ll be announcing some ACM sponsored road tours as well. After all, it’s what the objects of our passion are designed to do. I refer you back to paragraph one, last sentence… the part about what makes ACM, “ACM.” See you on the road!

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS Karl Anderson, Chairman Concrete Technology Corporation Tacoma, Washington

IN THE HEADLIGHTS

Neal Arntson, President Albina Fuel Company Vancouver, Washington John Barline, Attorney Williams, Kastner & Gibbs, PLLC Tacoma, Washington Dale Bloomquest, Enthusiast Seattle, Washington Stephen Boone, Enthusiast and Collector Olympia, Washington Nicola Bulgari, Vice Chairman BVLGARI S.p.A. New York, New York Richard (Rick) B. Davis, President Standard Parts Corporation Tacoma, Washington John C. Dimmer, President FIRS Management, LLC Lakewood, Washington Art Fischer, President & General Manager NAPA Auto Parts Atlanta, Georgia Dawn Fisher, CEO MFD Classic Motors Instructor and vintage car driver Traverse City, Michigan Larry Gordon Gordon Trucking Pacific, Washington McKeel Hagerty, CEO Hagerty Traverse City, Michigan Tom Hedges, Co-owner Hedges Family Estate Seattle, Washington George Ingle, President/General Manager The Ingle Company Tacoma, Washington Doug LeMay, Vice President LeMay Investments LLC Tacoma, Washington Nancy LeMay, CEO LeMay Investments LLC Tacoma, Washington David Lowe Madeira, CEO LeMay– AMERICA’S CAR MUSEUM Tacoma, Washington Keith Martin, Publisher Sports Car Market Portland, Oregon James Gary May, Owner, President Hopewell Land Partners LLC, Winter Haven, Florida

at ACM =

FunFunFun!

Let ACM be your fun central this summer with events and activities to please the whole family.

Highlights Include: • Race Nights • Summer Camps • Drive-In Movies • Vintage Motorcycle Festival: The MEET at ACM • Cars & Cigars • Pacific Northwest Concours d’Elegance • Hagerty Driving Experience • Cruise-Ins at ACM

For more information, visit our website at americascarmuseum.org. You’ll find all the details listed under EVENTS at the top of the site. Make your plans now, a summer full of fun “ACM style” is just around the corner.

B. Corry McFarland, President Cedar Management Company Fife, Washington Paul E. Miller, President/COO LeMay– AMERICA’S CAR MUSEUM Tacoma, Washington Michael J. Phillips, Chairman Altaira Wealth Management Geneva, Switzerland Manfred Scharmach, CEO and President Scharmach Enterprises BMW Northwest, Northwest Mini, Seattle Mini, NW Pre-owned Center Fife, Washington Bill Sterud, Vice Chairman Puyallup Tribal Council Tacoma, Washington William T. Weyerhaeuser, Director/Chairman Columbia Bank Tacoma, Washington James M. Will, President Titus-Will Enterprises, Inc. Olympia, Washington

OPENROAD PUBLICATION CREDITS Managing Editor & Head Writer Walt Tomsic, Tomsic Sullivan Design

Guest Editor, Dan Warner President, Bonneville 200 MPH Club

Professor Emeritus at Pacific Lutheran University, Walt is a confirmed “car nut.” He started with a ‘53 Austin-Healey 100 in high school and continued through a procession of Triumphs, an Alfa Romeo, a Shelby GT-350, three ‘60s vintage ‘Pagoda’ SLs, a Beck 356 and a couple of E-types. His current ride is a 1955 Austin-Healey 100.

Dan Warner has been involved with racing his entire life. His involvement with the SCTA includes some 20 years serving on the Board of Directors and as President in 1984. He currently serves as the Record Certification Officer overseeing all automobile records on the salt. Dan and wife Joanie reside in Southern California.

Art Direction & Graphic Design Deni Sullivan, Tomsic Sullivan Design Deni has a BFA in graphic design from Pacific Lutheran University and has operated her own design business for over 30 years. Passionate for sports cars, she has owned several throughout the years including a ‘64 TR4 Sebring, a ‘72 TR6, and a 1979 Porsche. Her current ride is an ‘08 Special Edition Miata. 6 OPENROAD

Michael Craft ACM Official Provider Special thanks to Advertising Photographer Michael Craft for creating many of the beautiful images printed in OpenRoad. MichaelCraftPhotography.com


STEERING COMMITTEE Rod Alberts, Executive Director North American International Auto Show Troy, Michigan Thomas L. Bryant VP/Editor-in-Chief Emeritus Road & Track (retired) Bainbridge, Washington

I like hot rods. I’ve never had one but I like them. Maybe it’s because they’re just so “American”... in the best possible sense. You know, equal parts Yankee ingenuity, rugged individualism, distain for conformity and a complete ‘damn the torpedoes’ disregard for personal safety. The reason I’ve never had one is because my teenage heart belonged to an equally unreliable and dangerous category of car... the English sports car. Without going into too much detail, while in high school I labored for two years in a succession of tedious and demeaning part-time jobs in order to scrape together the cash to buy a well used 1953 Austin-Healey 100. I was finally old enough to drive the car in my senior year and was rewarded for my labors with a succession of roadside strandings, lack of parts availability, incompetent mechanical service and endless ridicule from my hot rod driving

Historic Salt / Vintage Tin: Bonneville Salt Flats Speedweek 2013

“friends.” I was able to drive the car for a scant seven months before the engine ate itself in the middle of New Mexico. It was replaced with a 1957 Triumph TR3 that saw me through college. I now have a 1963 Triumph TR3 my wife has named “stinky.”I will sell it as soon as my latest Healey 100 emerges from a two-plus year restoration. Back to hot rods. The reason why they’re currently on my mind is because this issue of OpenRoad contains several articles dealing with rods. Our Guest Editorial is provided by Dan Warner of the Southern California Timing Association, an organization that is to hot rods and speed what the singularity is to the origin of the cosmos. The featured car in AutoBiography is a prized member of the Museum’s permanent collection, a very rare 1932 Ford Sedan Delivery named “Hot Rod Shop.” Mr. Warner’s article is a fascinating portrait of this historic organization and its crucial involvement in the very earliest days of hot rod culture. Were it not for the SCTA’s imposition of order, sanity and concern for safety, hot rodding may have gone extinct through sheer participant attrition... either via jail time or a rapid and catastrophic deceleration caused by an immovable object... usually a tree or a telephone pole. Anyone reading this who has had the good fortune to experience an SCTA administered speed trial at places like El Mirage, Muroc or Bonneville knows just how important the organization has been and continues to be.

Sandra Button, Chairperson Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Carmel, California Gill Campbell, CEO Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Monterey, California John J. Carlson, CEO National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada Corp. Belcarra, British Columbia, Canada Robert Falleur, Owner and Collector Bob’s Toys, Rods and Restorations Milwaukie, Oregon Keith Flickinger, Owner Precision Motor Cars Inc. Allentown, Pennsylvania Mark Gessler, President Historic Vehicle Association Potomac, Maryland Alan Grant, Principal LARGEarchtitecture Los Angeles, California Gerald Greenfield, Chief Judge Pacific Northwest Concours d’Elegance Presented by AMERICA’S CAR MUSEUM Lake Tapps, Washington Paul Hageman, Automobile Enthusiast Kirkland, Washington Peter Hageman, Founder Suite 200 Automobile Collection Santa Barbara, California William Hall, Writer. Car Collector, and Classic Car Broker Milwaukee, Wisconsin Paul Ianuario, Executive Director BMW Museum Reidville, South Carolina Rock Jenkins Agency Administration Leader State Farm Insurance Tacoma, Washington John Lyons, CEO Hartford Land Ventures, LLC West Hartford, Connecticut Al McEwan, Founder Suite 200 Automobile Collection Kirkland, Washington Mark McKee, Chief Gear Head Ace Cafe NA Leawood, Kansas Bruce Meyer, Enthusiastic Collector Beverly Hills, California Glenn Mounger, Former Chairman Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Bainbridge Island, Washington Michael T. Phillips, Financial Consultant AXA-Advisors Seattle, Washington

CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Peter Brock

Car Designer, Writer and Photographer

Thomas L. Bryant

Editor Emeritus, Road & Track

McKeel Hagerty CEO, Hagerty

Sandra Button

Chairman, Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

Candida Romanelli, President Romanelli Event Services Frisco, Texas

Bill Warner

Chairman, Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance

Keith Martin

Publisher, Sports Car Market

Jay Leno Website Host

Collector & Enthusiast

Lyn St. James Racer, Collector & Enthusiast

Subscription to OpenRoad triannual magazine published by LeMay – America’s Car Museum® is a benefit of Bronze Key Driver membership and above. LeMay – America’s Car Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. A portion of your gift towards membership and sponsorship are tax deductible. Museum Administration: David Lowe Madeira, CEO | Paul E. Miller, President & COO Dean Carrell, VP for Institutional Advancement | Valerie O’Shea, Executive Assistant to the CEO Keith Flickinger, Curator of the Collection | Scot Keller, Curator of Exhibitry Diane Fitzgerald, National Director– Hagerty Education Program at America’s Car Museum Please Address Correspondence to LeMay – America’s Car Museum/OpenRoad, 2702 East D Street, Tacoma, WA 98421 Phone: 253.779.8490 Toll Free: 877.902.8490 Fax: 253.779.8499 Website: www.americascarmuseum.org Not all of the automobiles depicted in OpenRoad are part of the ACM Collection. Some of the photographs were chosen in order to illustrate or enliven a featured story while others were selected purely for their artistic merit.

Richard Rurak, President Inos Inc Plymouth, Michigan Lyn St. James, President/Founder LSJ Enterprises Phoenix, Arizona Bill Warner, Chairman Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance Jacksonville, Florida Todd Wells, General Manager Global Marketing Operations, Microsoft Redmond, Washington John Weymer, Media Relations Puyallup Tribe of Indians Fife, Washington Hans Wurl Vintage Racing Motors, Inc. Sammamish, Washington

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SIGNPOSTS

DOWNTHEROAD

2nd Annual Drive the Blues Away Rocks the Night Away With 500 people in attendance, Drive The Blues Away was a sellout success! A big “thanks” goes out to sponsors Emerald Queen Casino and Heritage Bank for their support of this event. Performers Jones & Fischer, Stephanie Anne Johnson and the Stacy Jones Band rocked the house! Fender brought a great selection of guitars and amps for “test drives” and raffled off three Stratocaster guitars. You can check out more photos of the event on ACM’s Facebook page. As for food and drink, attendees enjoyed the best of both. X Group Catering provided delicious tastings from Asado, Engine House 9 and The Pine Room. Finally, we can’t forget the fabulous local breweries and distilleries in attendance— American Brewing Company, Chambers Bay Distillery, Elysian Brewing, Engine House No. 9, Heritage Distilling Company, Inc, Letterpress Distillery, Magnolia Moonshine, Narrows Brewing, Puyallup River Brewing, Scratch Distillery, Seattle Distilling Company and Sidetrack Distillery. Photos by Wallflower Photography.

ACM Named Best Museum America’s Car Museum has been named the best museum in Western Washington for 2015. The KING5 awards honor everything from food and fashion to health and fitness. The accompanying write up for choosing ACM notes the Museum’s helpful staff and volunteers, our family friendly

atmosphere and, of course, the great cars. Other museums cited... the Museum of Flight at number four while Seattle’s Expermental Music Project captured seventh place. That’s some pretty stiff competition. You can check out the complete list of winners online at, bestking5.com.

April 5, May 3, June 7, July 5, Aug. 2, Sept. 6 If Cars Could Talk April 14, May 12, June 9, July 14 August 11, September 8 Race Night at ACM Cruise-In at ACM April 16 Day Drive to Mt. Rainier / Club Auto Tacoma April 16, May 21, June 18, July 16 August 20, September 17 Family STEM Day May 6 BMW Exhibit Exclusive Member Preview May 7 Member Early Access - BMW Exhibit BMW Exhibit Opens to Public Insider Talk BMW Exhibit May 14, July 21, Aug. 4/23, Sept. 24 Take A Spin June 4 Wheels & Heels Annual Gala June 25, July 16, Aug. 6/27 Drive-In Movies July 25-29 Summer Camp “High Speed Fun” Session 1 July 30 Vintage Motorcycle Festival: The MEET at ACM August 8-12 Summer Camp “High Speed Fun” Session 2 August 13 Cars & Cigars September 10 Tour d’Jour September 10 Dinner d’Elegance September 11 Pacific Northwest Concours d’Elegance September 17 Hagerty Driving Experience

See “Events” link at www.americascarmuseum.org. All events at ACM Campus unless otherwise noted

majority of the cars we love have manual transmissions. Geared to ages 15 to 25, the HDE combines classroom instruction with closed-course driving.

Hagerty Driving Experience to Visit ACM We can’t think of a better way to ensure the longterm health of the collector car hobby than by teaching young people how to drive a stick shift car. That’s exactly what the Hagerty Driving Experience is designed to do. After all, the vast 8 OPENROAD

Classic car enthusiasm is Hagerty’s (and ACM’s) lifeblood, so cultivating the next generation of enthusiasts makes good business sense. In the five years of HDE’s existence, over 600 young drivers have lurched and stalled their way toward manual transmission mastery behind the wheel of a true classic. ACM has been selected as one of the host sites Saturday, September 17, 2016. Visit the program’s Web page for more information or to register to attend, hagerty.com/corporate/ hobby-support/youth-programs/hagerty-drivingexperience.

Member Benefit/Discount Applies

ROADSIDEASSISTANCE Ashley Bice Marketing and Communications Manager Renee Crist Collection Manager Lynette Crumity Corporate & Foundation Relations Director Laurie Humphrey Annual Giving and Membership Manager Jeff Keys Guest Services Manager Debbie Kray Education Manager Ann Sweeney Private Event & Sales Coordinator Matt Taylor Director of Major & Planned Gifts Contact ACM Administrative Office 253-779-8490 or info@americascarmuseum.org


ACMSTORE

RECENTLY READ

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heck out heck out these two these recentlytwo read

recently read books dealing the bookswith about world of the classic era automobile car racing

By now, Amazon has us pretty much pegged. Google Amazon Books and the screen fills with every sort of automotive tome imaginable. While scrolling along on a recent search and add-to-cart, we noticed two books that had the number fifty in the title. Operating under

Mother’s Day and Father’s Day Gift Ideas... “Classy Piston Shirt” Classic short sleeved dual pocket contrast paneled shirt featuring embroidery V8 design and novelty Piston shaped buttons. ACM Member $53.99 “Harvey’s” Seat Belt Tote Bag Hand woven and accented in seatbelt. Fully lined with extra slip pockets for storage. Features top carry handles and zip top. ACM Member $116.99   “Harvey’s” Clucth Bag Hand woven and accented in seatbelt. Fully lined with credit card slip pockets. Features wrist strap, cross body strap and zip top closure. ACM Member $98.99   “Dorfman Pacific” packable Fedora ACM Member $17.99   Lady’s “Fastest Girl” Blouse ACM Member $26.99   “Behind The Wheel, The Great Automobile Aficionados” From James Dean to Quenton Tarantino, all have felt the need for speed. Behind the wheel, they share the same burning passion for automobiles as journaled in this beautiful hard back illustrated book. ACM Member $17.98

the assumption any book dealing with fifty cars

has to be great, we bought, we read and in one case, we read and assembled.

Fifty Cars That Changed The World – by Andrew Nathum First off, let it be noted any book purporting to contain a definitive list of anything should carry the subtitle, “In my opinion.” For instance, “The Ten Most Staggeringly Gorgeous Turtleneck Sweaters of All Time – In my opinion.” So it is with books of this type. The author is Principal Curator of Technology and Engineering at the Science Museum, London—ergo, he has a right to his opinion, a very Eurocentric opinion. The photos are nice, the text well written and the vehicles cited include most of the usual suspects… the Model T, VW Beetle, Mini and the Salmson San Sebastian … excuse me, the what? But hey, it is his opinion, a very very strange opinion. Cars, a Complete History – With 50 Easy-to-Make Models – no author cited The same, “In someone’s opinion” definitely applies here. As for the “complete history” part, we’re not sure what to make of that… completely oddball perhaps. Oh, and the “easy-to-make” thing, sure, if you have an advanced degree in origami. Putting all that aside, what we have here is a fun way to do a little familial bonding while getting a child interested in cars (albeit one with superior dexterity, infinite patience and no self-esteem issues). The accompanying text is minimal at best but does lightly brush the high points. One bit of advice, start simple. The Smart Car and Citroen 2CV, as shown above, are perfect starter projects.

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he role members play in supporting ACM’s day-to-day operations can never be lauded enough. It’s why we devote a portion of every spring issue—our Milestones Annual Report—to listing those of you who put your money where your heart is. Take the time to scan those pages. Chances are you’ll find many of the names familiar. The shear number of families and individuals listed and the aggregate monetary support garnered is both impressive and indicative of the strength and appeal of ACM. However, beyond membership dues and gate receipts, there is another crucial reservoir of support…

Providers, Donors Sponsors & Partners ACM’s Version of the 401K By David Madeira, CEO America’s Car Museum

The varied sources of support we receive are applied throughout the museum. Anderson Plaza

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Exhibits and Collection

Physical Plant Maintenance

Signature Events

Haub Family Field


The first thing you see when you flip open your copy of OpenRoad is an inside cover filled with colorful images… corporate marks, more commonly known as “logos.” To the right on page one, you’ll find a full-page “Major Sponsor Recognition” ad. The inside back cover continues the parade of trademarks along with lists of additional providers and enthusiast groups, all of whom lend support to ACM. The companies and organizations noted represent everything from industry giants to small, locally based firms and car clubs. Most, but not all, share some connection to cars.

Let’s take the recent The Drive Home crosscountry tour as a case study in how these synergies of support benefit the Museum (the result was a media recognition bonanza). To stand out in a crowded field, every like institution has to have ‘key differentiators,’ those things that make it unique… that give it its special character. One of the many things that make ACM different is our willingness to get our cars out on the road… and maybe even a little dirty. An adventure like The Drive Home required a team effort and a great deal of support from sponsors and providers.

In descending order of support from Presenting Sponsor State Farm to a local car club like the Gallopin’ Gerties, every entity represented plays a role in the short-term success and long-term sustainability of America’s Car Museum. When it comes to ensuring a secure future, the generosity of sponsors, partners, providers and donors act as ACM’s version of the 401K… without the retirement aspect of course. We will never “retire.” Our “job” is too important, and too much fun!

When it comes to keeping ACM financially sound, sponsors at the Official Provider ($100K or more over 5 years) and Sustaining Partner ($100K annually) levels are of particular importance. These large sum and multi-year commitments not only provide sustainability, they allow us the luxury of consistent long-range planning. Anyone in business knows how vital that is. Furthermore, their willingness to put their mainstream and social media promotional efforts behind us has helped give the ACM brand an international presence. Continued page 12 OPENROAD 11


Feature story, continued from page 11

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o, beyond day-to-day operations, where does all this support go? How do you, as members, benefit? The answer… virtually everything that lifts America’s Car Museum above the norm is a direct result of the support of our providers, partners and sponsors. They help enrich your member experience by under-writing: n Major “Signature Events” such as Wheels & Heels Annual Gala and Pacific Northwest Concours d’Elegance

The Drive Home Recap

Take three vintage American cars from ACM’s collection. Send them out in the dead of winter on an epic 3,000+ mile cross-country road trip. And have the whole thing culminate at one of America’s preeminent auto shows, the North American International Auto Show. Sounds a bit crazy… crazy like a fox! The resulting cascade of media attention ACM received was priceless. The message it sent firmly positioned the Museum as a place of fresh and adventurous ideas, one not afraid to let its cars—be cars… out where they belong, on the open road. The vision behind the drive was summed up perfectly by ACM CEO David Madeira, “When a car that is built to run sits motionless, it rots. Let’s get them out and drive them!”

Above right: ACM’s collection team mounts a fresh set of winter tires on each car courtesy of Michelin. Left to right: Stops along the way to meet with fellow enthusiasts included the Roasterie in Kansas City, Hyman Limited Classic Cars in St. Louis and journey’s end at the COBO Center in Detroit. Below right: The convoy is dwarfed by the enormity of Utah’s high desert winter landscape.

n A constantly changing schedule of exhibits n Innovative and family-friendly education programs for all ages n Promotional activities that attract major media attention like The Drive Home n Capital support for building maintenance, improvements and equipment n Support for event hosting that generates income and acts as a marketing tool

The take away from all this is simple. The support stream that flows from our sponsors, partners, providers and donors allows ACM to be “ACM” … a vibrant, innovative and adventurous institution. In no small way, they are what led you to become, and continue to be, a member of America’s Car Museum. You can show your gratitude by supporting these special friends of ACM with your patronage whenever possible.

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And drive them we did. The kick off leg featured lunch in Portland hosted by Keith Martin’s Sports Car Market magazine followed by a snowstorm plagued crawl over Government Camp and Mt. Hood. The snow put the crew behind schedule for the first night’s stay in Bend but a hearty group of car clubbers stayed on to welcome them at a local brew pub. The pub even extended its hours to make sure the team got dinner and a pint of their award winning craft beer. The following eleven days saw an average of 240 miles/day added to each car’s odometer. Especially gratifying were the number of enthusiasts who turned out at each stop to celebrate the cars and their drivers. In addition to impromptu get-togethers at cruise-ins and restaurants along the way, Hagerty put on a New Year’s Eve party at Club Auto Colorado in Lakewood and ACM Presenting Sponsor State Farm hosted the group while in Bloomington, Illinois. The Drive Home ended with a spin down famed Woodward Avenue and a reception hosted by Opportunity Detroit where the cars—complete with road salt, dust and grime— were put on display. But don’t worry, they received a thorough cleaning and buff when they returned to ACM. Look for more of these somewhat zany but inspired adventures in the future.


A Synergy of Support

NAIAS / Detroit Auto Dealers Association – arranged for imbedded journalist on the drive, hosted events in Detroit and provided display space at the Auto Show. Opportunity Detroit – hosted major events in Detroit and media event in Cadillac Square. State Farm – contributed $50,000 to underwrite costs of car prep and trip expenses— hotels, food, events etc. and hosted an event in Bloomington. Coker Tire – provided show tires for the three vehicles while on display at NAIAS. Hagerty – provided an SUV as an ‘advance’ logistics vehicle, hosted an enthusiast event at Club Auto Colorado and promoted similar events along the route. Michelin – provided winter tires for all three vehicles and the trouble truck & SUV.

Plycar – provided transportation for the vehicles’ return to ACM. Shell – supplied fuels for all five vehicles and hosted a Chicago area event.

Three classic American cars in an equally classic American landscape

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ON EXHIBIT

Cars cycle in and out of the exhibits. Actual vehicles on display may vary.

FROM AESTHETICALLY STUNNING CLASSICS TO BRUTALLY EFFICIENT TRACK CARS

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CM’s exhibit schedule for 2016 is shaping up to be another exciting journey through the diverse history of the automobile. Like that history, upcoming exhibits present an equally diverse set of offerings.

When you think of all the unique vehicles America has brought to the world, the iconic hot rod has to be at or near the top of that list. Equally iconic in automotive lore is that most fabled of American roads… Route 66. That we should combine them in our refreshed and now open Route 66: Dream of the Mother Road exhibit is only natural.

BMW Propelling a Century of Innovation Opening on May 7, another automotive icon will take center stage at AMERICA’S CAR MUSEUM. Timing of this new exhibit couldn’t be better in that 2016 is the 100th Anniversary of Bayerische Motoren Werke. We Amerikanische know it better as BMW, the Bavarian Motor Works. The exhibit: BMW – Propelling a Century of Innovation will explore the origins of the German company with a focus on its world-renowned engineering excellence in both cars and motorcycles.

The list of cars and motorcycles making up the exhibit is currently being finalized. In addition to passenger vehicles, the exhibit will include racecars, an art car and a collection of historically significant artifacts.

Summer Drive Series – Hot Rods in Route 66:

1923 Ford T-bucket 1931 Ford Roadster 1932 Ford Roadster 1932 Ford Sedan Delivery* 1932 Ford Jet Engine

Other Exhibits Currently on Display American Muscle: Modified Madness American Muscle: Rivals to the End Lucky’s Garage Legends of Motorsports: The NASCAR Story Classics and Custom Coachwork British Invasion Master Collectors

1932 Ford Crown Victoria 1934 Ford Custom Coupe 1941 Ford Pickup 1948 Chevrolet Fleetline 1960 Chevrolet Corvette 1965 Mercury Cyclone *See AutoBiography story on page 20

Alternative Propulsion

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FUEL FOR THE FUTURE

Special Friends of the Museum

“I’ve enjoyed owning the car

I

t’s our pleasure to acknowledge Michael McKinnon’s gift of a 1946 Ford Super Deluxe 2-door coupe. The car was donated to AMERICA’S CAR MUSEUM in memory

of Michael’s father, Rudy McKinnon. Whether for display or to generate income, automotive donations play a vital role in keeping ACM financially secure. On October 26, 1945, a new Ford was introduced at a nation-wide event called “V-8 Day,” a nod to the recent “V-E” and “V-J” days commemorating the end of WWII. As the first

for many years, entering it in

postwar Ford, a restyled 1942 model, the car drew over a million visitors to dealerships throughout the country and long lines formed to place orders. For a population used to war

several car shows and sharing

rationing and aging vehicles, the first new cars available in three years signaled a return to normalcy. This Dynamic Maroon example is powered by a 100 hp, 239 cu in V8. Originally purchased for $1,295, Mike’s father Rudy used it as his daily driver while

it with all my friends and family.

commuting to his job at the Olympia Brewery. McKinnon inherited the car when his father passed away in 1962. Mike enjoyed it through high school, adding some “hot rod”

Having done that, I want others

touches and a new metallic paint job, before selling it to help pay his college tuition. Years later, he was contacted by the person who had purchased the car from him. The phone call renewed his interest in it and he began a search for the same year and make.

to enjoy this iconic car.

One eventually showed up in San Diego, sporting the same Dynamic Maroon color his father had originally owned. McKinnon contacted the seller and a few short days later the car that he’d fallen in the love with so many years before was once again sitting in his garage.

Donating the car to the

If you’re interesting in learning more about leaving a classic car in your estate plans or donating a car directly to ACM, please contact Matt Taylor, our Director of Major and Planned

ACM collection seemed like

the natural thing to do.”

n Michael McKinnon Business Owner Olympia, Washington

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Giving at 253.683.3950 or matt.taylor@americascarmuseum.org

THE CAR THAT HE’D FALLEN IN THE LOVE WITH SO MANY YEARS BEFORE WAS ONCE AGAIN SITTING IN HIS GARAGE.


FUEL FOR THOUGHT The Role For Life Insurance in Your Estate Plan - Part One By the Center for Wealth Impact

Ascent Private Capital Management of U.S. Bank

LIFE INSURANCE IS OFTEN NECESSARY TO SUPPORT THE DECEASED’S FAMILY OR PROVIDE LIQUIDITY. YOU MUST DETERMINE NOT ONLY THE TYPE AND AMOUNT OF COVERAGE YOU NEED, BUT ALSO WHO SHOULD OWN INSURANCE ON YOUR LIFE TO BEST MEET YOUR ESTATE PLANNING GOALS.

Life Insurance This material is provided for education and illustrative purposes only and does not guarantee the success of any strategy or recommendation. This material is not intended to constitute tax or legal advice. Each individual’s tax and financial situation is unique. Individuals should consult their tax and/or legal advisors for information concerning their unique situation. This material is based on data obtained from sources we consider to be reliable. Effort has been made to ensure that the material presented is accurate at the time of publication, although this material does not purport to be a complete explanation of the tax laws or strategies available.

In part one of this two-part series, we will look specifically at the replacement of lost earning power and avoidance of problems. If you’re still working, your first step should be determining how much your family will need to replace your lost earning power. Consider not only what you earn, but also your spouse’s future earning potential. If your spouse is currently employed, consider whether becoming a single parent will impede career advancement and earning power. If your spouse isn’t employed, consider whether he or she will start to work and what his or her earning potential will be. Next, look at what funds may be available to your family in addition to your spouse’s earnings and any savings. Then estimate what your family’s living expenses will be. Consider current housing, food, clothing, medical care, and other household and family expenses; any significant debts, such as a mortgage and student loans; and your children’s education. How do you determine the amount of insurance you need? Start by how much annual cash flow your current investments, retirement plans and any other resources will provide. Use conservative earnings, inflation, and tax rates. Life insurance can be used to cover any shortfall between cash flow generated versus what is needed for future expenses.

When you quantify the numbers to determine what cash flow your family will need, the result may be surprisingly high. Depending on your age, you may be trying to replace decades of earnings. Insurance can be the best solution for liquidity problems. Estates are often cash poor, and your estate may be composed primarily of illiquid assets such as closely held business interests, real estate or collectibles. If your heirs need cash to pay estate taxes or for their own support, these assets can be hard to sell. For that matter, you may not want these assets sold. Even if your estate is of substantial value, you may want to purchase insurance simply to avoid the unnecessary sale of assets to pay expenses or taxes. Sometimes second-to-die insurance makes the most sense for providing liquidity to pay estate taxes as this type of policy pays off when the surviving spouse dies, providing cash when it is needed the most. A second-to-die policy has a couple of key advantages over insurance on a single life. First, premiums are lower. Second, generally an uninsurable person can be covered if the other person is insurable. But, this type of policy might not fit into your plan if your goal is supporting a surviving spouse. In the next issue of OpenRoad we will examine the ownership of life insurance. Please seek professional advice before the purchase of life insurance.

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ROAD WELL TAKEN

Great American Road Trips

Aviation Museum Loop / McMinnvile to Tillamook By Walt Tomsic, Managing Editor, OpenRoad, AMERICA’S CAR MUSEUM Start: McMinnville, Oregon Visit: Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum Tillamook Air Museum Finish: McMinnville, Oregon Distance: 150+/- miles

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ost car people like things that float and fly. And you don’t have to own a boat or have a pilot’s license to appreciate these other ways of getting around. If you like aircraft museums and curvy roads flanked by breathtaking scenery, do we have a day tour for you.

THE DRIVE

Start the drive in McMinnville, Oregon, home of the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum. You know, the one with the “Spruce Goose”… and an SR-71 “Blackbird” tucked under it’s wing … that one. You’d have to journey east to the Smithsonian to find another collection of this size and historic provinance. Oh, and there’s also another cavernous building filled with lots of neat space stuff… and an IMAX theatre… and a water park. Back to the drive, take HWY 18 west out of McMinnville then hang a right on HWY 22. You are now about to enter 25 miles of absolute driving Xanadu… curve after curve through a verdant swath of classic Oregon forest. It will end all too soon in a place called “Hebo.” Head north (right) on the 101 to just south of Tillamook and the Tillamook Air Museum. It’s that big blimp hanger off to the right with “Air Museum” painted on it.

PHOTOS Above: Oregon State Highway 22 and 130 provide some of the best pure driving pleasure to be found in the Beaver State Above right: Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint & Wildlife Refuge Right: Oceanside is a cozy little beach town with a not so little beach Far right: The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum in McMinnville houses one of the nation’s biggest and best collections of aircraft and spacecraft

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Don’t expect anything even close to the Evergreen. On top of that, the Museum’s WWII flying stock is now part of the Erickson Collection in Madras, Oregon. We’ll save that drive for another day. So, why bother? In one word and one letter, “Hanger B.” The former, vintage 1942, military blimp hanger is the largest clear-span wooden structure in the world. There are also some pretty cool Russian jets on display along with a fascinating assortment of memorabilia including pieces of the German dirigible Hindenburg. On the road again, turn left in Tillamook on HWY 131 (3rd St.). A right on Bayocean Rd. NW will take you to the Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint, or just stay on 131 to Netarts. From there, you might want to take a short hop north to check out Oceanside and its Three Arch Rocks jutting from the sea off a beautiful expanse of beach. Oceanside is one of those little off-the-beaten-path gems. From Netarts, head south along the coast on Netarts Bay Dr. to Pacific City. You might need sat nav as the road changes names half-a-dozen times. You’ll rejoin HWY 101 just past Pacific City and head south. A left off 101 onto HWY 130 will give you one more dose of Xanadu before merging with HWY 18/22. From there it’s back to McMinnville and the end of a great little daylong road trip.

TRIP TIPS You should hit Netarts about lunchtime. The Schooner is a great place to grab a bite and a craft beer (passengers only of course). We stayed at, and can recommend, the Red Lion in McMinnville. The staff is friendly, the rooms are clean and comfortable and it’s located just down the road from the Evergreen Aviation Museum. Downtown McMinnville is quaint and very stroll-around friendly. You might want to cap the day with a rooftop dinner at the historic McMenemins Hotel Oregon.

Should your tastes lean to the more spicy side, Los Molcajetes Mexican Restaurant in McMinnville is an excellent choice. We do not request, nor do we receive, any compensation for the previously noted recommendations.

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A U T O B I O G R A P H Y

Ahhh, America... 1932 Ford Sedan Delivery

HOT ROD SHOP

a nation summarized in a Frank Sinatra song... doing things our way.

We were born in rebellion and we’ve never looked back. You can trace the gestation of our national character through the centuries as a series of nose thumbings, of “whys” and “why nots.” Why bow to a self-appointed ruling class? Why not have machines build other machines? Why charge ten bucks for something when $9.99 sounds so much cheaper. Why not build cool cars out of junk yard heaps, better known as “vintage tin.” Like singing cowboys, jazz music and cheeseburgers, hot rods are 100 percent U.S. of A. prime.

Collection of America’s Car Museum

Words by Walt Tomsic | Photographs by Michael Craft


1950s: Hot Rod’s Golden Age

Like singing cowboys, jazz music and cheeseburgers, hot rods are 100 percent U.S. of A. prime.

Despite bad press and parental displeasure, the 1950s remain as classic rodding’s golden age complete with a rock’n roll sound track. Magazines focused on the scene hit the stands, organizations like the SCTA and Wally Parks’ NHRA (National Hot Rod Association) gained credence and actual purpose built drag strips began to replace stop lights and city streets. The quintessential chariot of choice was a 1932 (hence “deuce”) or ‘33 Ford roadster, stripped of all extraneous weight and powered by whatever the builders could get their hands on, preferably a flathead Ford V8 or small block Chevy.

The history of the hot rod has been fairly well documented although not always with absolute accuracy. Granted, Southern California was the petri dish and returning GIs the catalyst but the phenomenon germinated well prior to WWII. In fact, the term, “hot rod” (aka “gow job”) was in common use in the 1930s as was racing on the pancake flats of California’s dry lakebeds. The Southern California Timing Association (see Guest Editorial on page 24) held its first sanctioned event on March 15th, 1938 at Muroc Dry Lake northeast of L.A.. Of course, the young busted knuckle set was cobbling together cars well before the SCTA stepped in to impose a little much needed order on the chaos.

1960s: Detroit Muscle Steals the Show

Rodding’s early rough and tumble days created an image problem that lingered long after things had settled down. “B” movie potboilers like “Hot Rod Rumble,” “Drag Strip Riot,” and “Hot Rod Gang” didn’t help matters. Mainstream Hollywood hopped on the disaffected youth doing stupid things in cars plot line with cult classics like “Rebel Without a Cause.” Who can forget a young Jimmy Dean leaping to safety a split second before the car plunged off Millertown Bluff. Buzz wasn’t as lucky. The following statement made in 1950 by the Director of the New York State Division of Safety sums up the prevailing establishment view of the hot rodder. “He is a deliberate and premeditated lawbreaker...with an intent to speed...to operate the vehicle in a reckless manner endangering human life.”

Then, there was the OPEC oil embargo, gas shortages, government hyper-regs, econo-boxes and Corvettes with 85 mph speedometers... not exactly fun stuff for petrol-heads. But just like in all those postapocalyptic movies, small bands of survivors slowly emerge from the smoldering rubble to re-establish... whatever. The “whatever” in this case is a fun and funky simulation of 50s style rodding, fashion and music. They even have a term for it, Kustom Kulture (yes, with the “K”s) and it’s not just confined to the U.S. You’ll find rat rods, cuffed Levi’s, bowling shirts, Vin Diesel lookalikes and lots of very very red lipstick in places like Sweden, Finland and Australia. Tho by now, like the andromeda strain, the proper sub-cultural term has probably mutated one step ahead of we squares.

By the mid-60s, if you wanted a fast car you no longer had to risk lock-jaw picking through rusty scrap yard hulks for parts... just go buy a Pontiac... or a Ford... or a Plymouth. The muscle car era had arrived and that GTO/SS/GTX would not only, in all likelihood, blow the non-existent doors off your little bucket T, it would then ferry the kids to school and take you on vacation in relative comfort. Rodding itself began to splinter into a plethora of offshoots and variants... funny cars for the strip, low-riders for the Barrios, street rods for the stoplight and customs for the show circuit.

1970s: Autopocalyps and Beyond

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Continued from page 21

By 1931 sales of the aging Model A were plummeting. A newer, more competetive model became essential. Working around the clock, Ford designed and built the first economical V8, the legendary flathead, or “flatty.” The first of what was to become the Model B “Deuce” rolled off the line in April, 1932. The Sedan Delivery truck variant was Ford’s attempt to fill a smaller niche market targeting the commercial customer. Our subject car, a 1932 Ford Sedan Delivery dubbed “Hot Rod Shop,” was donated to the Museum by Gerald Greenfield of Lake Tapps, Washington. Built only during the last two months of 1932 and with a scant 402 of the type produced, these utilitarian three-door deuces are something of a rare bird. When you consider most saw commercial duty, thus ridden hard and put away rusty, what we have here is the vehicular equivalent of the California Condor... very rare indeed. Hot Rod Shop is actually a later conversion but one following true to Ford’s original production method. Starting with a ‘32 Tudor sedan, Ford replaced the quarter window glass with steel panels and installed a full size rear door complete with a curved bumper and drip rail. It’s a process Dan Kemppainen of Kemp’s Rod & Restoration in Hancock, Michigan scrupulously followed on original owner John Stimac’s car. If you can get your hands on a June 2009 issue of Rod & Custom you’ll find a fully illustrated article detailing the conversion. In addition to being featured

on the pages of Rod & Custom magazine, Hot Rod Shop has appeared in CarTech’s Coolest Rides / Stationwagons and was named Best Commercial entry at 2011 Goodguys Pacific NW.

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1932 Ford Sedan Delivery

No. Produced: 402 Engine:

1953 Mercury 286 cid Flathead V8

Carburetor:

Edelbrock 500 cfm 4 barrel

Transmission: 1939 Ford 3-speed manual Brakes:

Drum, front & rear

Body:

Original, all steel

Dimensions:

Wheelbase – 106” Length – 160” Height – 69” Tire size – F- 4.5 x 18 R- 6.0 x 18

*Specification data can, and often does, vary from source to source. When in doubt, we use those most often cited.


A U T O B I O G R A P H Y

MOTO TRIVIA

n The hot rod community is now divided into two dominant camps, hot rodders and street rodders. Hot rodders build their cars with a majority of old parts and follow traditional design themes. A thriving sub-culture—or “greaser lifestyle”—has grown up around these more purist minded rodders and includes numerous underground magazines, retro clothing and hair styles and the reemergence of car clubs such as the Deacons, Shifters and Dragoons each with its destinctive club logo. n In contrast, street rodders build cars (or, in many cases, have them built by highly skilled ‘celebrity’ custom craftsmen) using primarily new parts. Often derided as “trailer queens,” these hugely expensive and exquisitely crafted cars are intended more for the show ring than the street. The best of the breed often command huge figures at auction. n No one knows for certain who coined the term “hot rod.” It first surfaced in the late 1930s in Southern California. Many believe it to be a contraction of “hot roadster” while others think it refers to ‘hot’ cams and push’rod’s. The one thing every purist agrees with… the term is only correctly applied to old cars, most often a Ford Model T, A or B and preferably a roadster, aka convertible. Everything extraneous to the pursuit of lighter weight, and resulting higher speed, is then jettisoned: heaters, radios, hoods, bumpers, windshields, fenders, etc.

n In the late 1940s and early 50s, numerous abandoned WWII airbases became ideal venues for drag racing. Many of these early tracks stretched a mile in length and allowed as many as four cars to race simultaneously. n Because hot rods occupy such a unique and prominent position in American automotive history, a controversy has been growing within the ranks of the collector car community. Many object to the increasing trend toward the acquisition and irreversible modification of surviving vintage-era cars. Those holding this opinion prefer the original hot rodding concept of building cars using only salvaged and remanufactured parts taken from abandoned or junked era-correct vehicles. n To counter the general public’s association of hot rodding with juvenile delinquency, the first National Hot Rod Exhibition was held at L.A.’s National Guard Armory in 1948. The show promoted styling, innovation and safety. That same year, Robert Petersen began publishing Hot Rod Magazine. It was the first of many publications devoted to the sport. Special Thanks to Lori and Derek Barnett for letting us use their North Tacoma location for our photo shoot. What better place to photograph a classic hot rod than in an equally classic 1921 vintage building that’s housed Ball Automotive for seventy years. Owners of collector cars take notice, it’s also known as a great place to get non-ethanol gasoline.

Michael Craft, an ACM Official Provider, created these striking photographs. To see more of his work visit www.michaelcraftphotography.com Powering Hot Rod Shop is a 1953 Mercury 286 cubic inch flathead V8. The venerable Ford flathead, or “flatty,” was first introduced in 1932 and remained in production until 1953. It has been hailed as one of the ten best engines of the 20th Century.

To create the “delivery” version of the car, Ford removed the rear quarter glass and repalce it with a steel panel. The addition of a rear door completed the modification.

An inward-curved bumper allowed easy access to the cargo area without requiring the driver to reach over the bumper.

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GUEST EDITORIAL By Dan Warner, President, Bonneville 200 MPH Club

The Southern California Timing Association

S A N D , S A LT & S PE E D

2017 will be a milestone year for the Southern California Timing Association… and for that matter, amateur racing in America. It will mark the association’s 80th Anniversary.

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y the 1920s, auto racing in America had become intensely competitive and teams searched for appropriate places to test their vehicles between sanctioned events. The pleasant year-round weather of Southern California provided ample opportunities and the high desert dry lakes, located 90 miles Northeast of Los Angeles, provided the perfect venues… Rosamond, Muroc and El Mirage being among the best.

By October 1927, various individuals running these informal events sought to become organized. Beyond a few class rules, the races were far from formal in structure. Cars of the same speed range were lined up side by side. At the starting signal the line would head for the marked finish line. Those unfortunates who did not keep up often became lost in the dust cloud and veered off course. By the 1930s, spectators had become a huge issue. Crowds estimated upwards of 10,000 would attend the events. However, due to the 90-mile drive to the dry lakes, a number of enthusiasts began racing on public streets in their local neighborhoods. Police and city officials did not look kindly on this activity and heated conflicts often ensued. The Southern California Timing Association was formed in November 1937 with the goal of establishing a class system for the various types of vehicles being raced. They set rules and standards for the operation of meets and established class records. Above all, the group set forth rules to make the sport safe. Various clubs were assigned duties such as vehicle inspection, timing, starting line duty, course set up, crowd control and pre-race course inspection, known as “rock patrol.” These same duties apply today. 24 OPENROAD

The first scheduled SCTA event was held at Muroc lakebed in May of 1938. The property, owned by the Corum family—Muroc is Corum spelled backwards—later became Edwards Air Force Base and Flight Test Center. Following the start of WWII, the area was designated off limits and racing moved to El Mirage where it continues to this day. Today, the SCTA lists eleven member clubs running six events per year, May through November, exclusively at El Mirage. There is an extensive class structure and points system to determine the season champion in car and motorcycle divisions.

As the sport continued to grow it was determined that the number of vehicles and spectators were harming the lake surface to the point natural recovery was being affected. Wally Parks, an original SCTA founder, editor of Hot Rod Magazine and future founder of the National Hot Rod Association, organized a group to travel to Salt Lake City in an effort to get permission to determine the feasibility of an annual National Speed Trial on the famed Bonneville Salt Flats. The Parks group was granted a onetime permit and the SCTA organized the event. About fifty brave adventurers made the journey from around the country to attend the first Bonneville Nationals in August 1949. The success of this first trial has evolved into sixty-six years of racing on the salt flats.


Today, entrants come from around the world and campaign the 550 cars and motorcycles that make up Speed Week each August. Due to the number of entrants four parallel racetracks are required to ensure everyone gets the opportunity to shoot for a class record. Spectator count has risen to over 20,000, enough to line the five-mile course. Records are the business of the SCTA and they are impressive. The current top speed record for cars is 439 MPH set by Speed Demon, owned and driven by George Poteet with assistance from Ron Main. The motorcycle record is 332 MPH set by Sam Wheeler in his E Z Hook streamliner. Perhaps one of the most outstanding records is the Vintage Hot Rod entry driven by Dave Davidson in a 1934 Ford highboy roadster at 301 MPH while using only three miles of the five-mile course. For the past two years, the current poor condition of the salt surface has severely affected the land speed record community. Excessive out of season rain and the local salt brine mining operation has wreaked havoc on the salt. Just one event was possible in 2014 and no events were run in 2015. Even as the days wind down, the BLM has yet to grant racing dates for 2016. For those who might be interested in learning more, there is a newly released two-book set covering the first twenty years of the Southern California Timing Association at Bonneville and last year’s Bonneville— a Century of Speed, a 100 year review of racing on the Bonneville Salt Flats, Both are available at: www.bonnevillebookstore.com.

EL MIRAGE 1949 JUNE 12-19

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MEMBERSHIP Members Drive AMERICA’S CAR MUSEUM

By Laurie Humphrey, Annual Giving & Membership Manager

Matt Taylor, Director Club Auto For more information, visit – americascarmuseum.org and click on “Membership.”

ENHANCED Member BENEFITS: ACM is grateful for our many loyal members at every membership level. Whether you joined recently or are a Charter Member, we are delighted you chose to JOIN THE MOVEMENT! Membership at America’s Car Museum is a great value that includes many benefits. Membership benefits were recently enhanced to include: n Member pricing in the Speed Zone, plus: n Gold Key – 4 passes n Single use admission passes: n Bronze Key – 4 passes (to replace bringing 2 guests each visit)

n Silver Key – 6 passes n Gold Key – 8 passes n Club Auto – 10 passes n Club Auto Founder – 20 passes n Concours Club – 30 passes

n Parking: n Silver Key – 4 parking vouchers n Gold Key and above – FREE parking! n Exhibit Previews: n Bronze Key – named members n Silver and above – named members plus 2 guests n ACM Mementos: n Bronze Key – ACM branded pint glass n Silver Key and above – ACM branded pocket watch n Gold Key – ACM branded car blanket n Club Auto – CA branded fleece vests

n Club Auto Founder – CA branded leather jackets n Concours Club – Concours Club branded leather jackets

Membership Club Auto: January is the time and Scottsdale is the place for classic car collectors and car enthusiast alike. This year, ACM was thrilled to again host our 11th Annual Club Auto Gathering at the beautiful Hyatt Gainey Ranch. Club Auto is not a location but rather a movement of like-minded individuals meeting and socializing with fellow car enthusiasts. We’re excited to announce that Club Auto is expanding it’s reach as we move in a new direction in 2016 with our Club Auto affiliates. Our current Club Auto affiliates are, Club Auto Tacoma, Wild About Cars Garage (Kirkland, WA) and MFD Classic Motors (Traverse City, MI). Stay tuned as we announce the addition of more Club Auto affiliates and events across the nation in the weeks and months to come. 26 OPENROAD

Top and middle photos by Wallflower Photography.


EDUCATION AT ACM Where learning is more like recess...fun! By Debbie Kray, ACM Education Manager

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ducation at America’s Car Museum is rolling full STEAM ahead (STEM (science, technology, engineering, math + Art). Education group visits, educator and school programs, Family STEM Day, summer camp and Scout programs are a small sample of the learning experiences at the Museum. Join us for one of the following programs or contact us to create a custom opportunity to map your own learning journey.

n Educator and School Programs In February, we hosted a Full STEAM Ahead workshop for K-12 educators. A resounding success, the program offered multiple sessions, clock hours, lesson plans and ways to connect with ACM resources. Look for more educator training opportunities on our website and share information on group visits and curriculum with schools and educators in your area. n Family STEM Day Every third Saturday of the month Family STEM Day brings adults and children together to engineer, build, test and explore a variety of concepts through fun, hands-on projects and presentations. This program, FREE with admission, is your ticket to family fun! n Summer Camps Don’t miss a thumb’s up good time for your child or grandchild as they rev up their summer learning with High Speed FUN. Campers sharpen skills on the racing simulators in the Speed Zone, meet local race car drivers and learn what makes cars fast, safe, and fuel-efficient through daily science and design challenges. Sign up now for July and August summer camp sessions on our website. n Scout Programs There’s nothing like hands-on learning when exploring what’s under the hood. Fulfill a variety of merit badge requirements or put on a pinewood derby tournament. Additional programs can be scheduled with the education department. n On-going Adult Programs If Cars Could Talk, a brown bag lunch series offering a fascinating peek into the history of a car, takes place on the first Tuesday of every month. Insider Talks, held in conjunction with exhibit changes, offer an expert perspective on the creation of our exhibits and the details that go beyond what you see in the galleries. OPENROAD 27


HAGERTY EDUCATION PROGRAM

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AT A M E R I C A’ S C A R M U S E U M By Diane Fitzgerald, National Director, Hagerty Education Program at ACM

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he Hagerty Education Program at ACM exists soley for one purpose and one purpose only, to ensure our automotive heritage is preserved­, now and into the future. To accomplish that, HEP is actively engaged in creating the next generation of automotive preservation specialists. We raise money to give it away, to pave career pathways for young adults interested in the field of automotive restoration and preservation. Without these specialized skills, knowledge and hands-on training an important part of our shared cultural history will be lost. HEP gives back to communities in the United States and Canada with scholarships, paid internships and apprenticeships. We fund programs in high schools, vocational schools, collages and universities. HEP also devotes time and resources to providing career planning, idea-support for auto tech curriculum development and collaborative opportunities with clubs and schools. Since HEP’s founding in 2005, almost $3 million has been awarded to automotive restoration educational programs in 29 States and 3 Provinces. As someone with a passion for historic vehicles and vessels, we ask for your support to continue this vital mission. We need you to join the movement… to spread the word. Donate today. The future of restoration is literally in your hands. For more information or to send a donation, contact: Hagerty Education Program at America’s Car Museum 2702 East D Street / Tacoma, Washington 98421 253.779.8490

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Toll Free: 877.902.8490

Donations of $40 and above include an ACM membership hagertyeducationprogram.org 1-855-537-4579 28 OPENROAD


Twenty Fifteen

Milestones Annual Report

LeMay– America’s Car Museum


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ACM TRUST

(Recognizing those who have included the Museum in their estate plans)

Karl and Christine Anderson Nancy LeMay David and Lynda Lowe Madeira B. Corry and Donna McFarland Michael J. and Chantelle Phillips Michael T. and Michelle Phillips William and Gail Weyerhaeuser James and Sally Will

CONCOURS CLUB

Lifetime Recognition - Individuals

Concours Club Chairman ($1,000,000 +)

Karl and Christine Anderson 18 McKeel and Soon Hagerty 12 Nancy LeMay 14 B. Corry and Donna McFarland 13 Michael and Cindy Warn 1 William and Gail Weyerhaeuser 14 James and Sally Will 15

Concours Club Director ($500,000 - $999,999)

Steve and Michele Boone 13 Brad and Carolyn Cheney 16 Erivan and Helga Haub 13 Nancy Lematta Paul E. and Gloria Miller 16 James Menneto 5 Michael J. and Chantelle Phillips 12

Concours Club ($100,000 - $499,999)

Rod and Tammy Alberts 2 Neal and Joyce Arntson 14 Lee and Steve Ater 2 Evelyn and Hugh Bardahl McNeil John and Sally Barline 15 Dale Bloomquist and Heidi Horwitz 3 Ricke Borrelli 3 Joey and Jennifer Borrelli 3 Nicola and Beatrice Bulgari 5 Robert and Diane Burns

William and Sandra Cammarano 10 Gill Campbell and Ed Nicholls 6 Richard Cardwell and Suzanne Hight 3 Scott and Linda Carson Lisa and Craig Chissus William and Judy Cofer Dick Cogswell and Ester Saunoras 5 Corky Coker Steve and Georgiann Conway Michael Craft Gerri Craves 2 Grant Cummings Ron and Marjorie Danz 4 Richard and Merlene Davis 6 Harry Delaloye Diane Dimmer 12 John and Marilyn Dimmer 12 Graham and C.J. Dorland 3 Art and Deadra Fischer 5 Michael and Dawn Fisher 5 Burt Richmond and Diane Fitzgerald 14 Keith Flickinger and Christina Gaeta 10 Brian and Julie Forth 9 James and Sharon France 12 Jeff and Kimberly Gordner Larry and Virginia Gordon 4 Alan and Lisa Grant Gerald and Keenon Greenfield 14 Richard Griot 10 John Groendyke Peter Hageman and Kristy Gomez 8 John and Sophia Hall 7 Jim Hammond 13 Eric Hawley and Gwen Lowery 14 Tom and Anne-Marie Hedges 8 David and Sharon Hewitt John and Christina Hogan 3 Larry and Ritchie Hood 3 Paul and Dinky Ianuario 3 George and Christy Ingle 11 Robert and Betsy Jenkins Buck Kamphausen Craig and Cathy Landon 2 Doug LeMay and Mary Shaw 5

The number following names indicates the years of consecutive giving.

Jay and Mavis Leno Charles and Rayna Liekweg David and Lynda Madeira 14 Keith Martin 11 James Gary and Veronica May 6 Bruce McCaw T.G. Mittler 4 Robert and Suzanne Noble 6 Stephen and Anne Norman 14 Michael T. and Michelle Phillips Stephen and Amy Plaster Cheryl Pope-Eagen 10 Burt Richmond and Diane Fitzgerald 14 Dean Rogers 3

Candida Romanelli and Kevin Gingrich 9 Robert Ryan Manfred Scharmach 6 Henry Schatz 2 William Scheef Mark Schienberg Eugene Selden Jon Shirley 4 Kyle and Gayle Smith 6 PJ Smith Gordon Sondland Bill Sterud 4 James and Dian Tallman Graham and Julie Tash 3 Cameron Truesdell Joan Watjen Rainer and Linda Willingham 5


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Club Auto Founder

Lifetime Recognition - Individuals ($10,000 - $99,999)

Al and Virginia Abbott Patrick Abueg Jay and Terry Ackley Ken and Jennifer Alterman Stephen Babinsky Cal and Joanne Bamford 3 David and Sally Bany 4 Malcolm Barber John Parker and Hilary Barr Parker 3 Christopher and Cynthia Bayley Verne and Norma Berry Robert and Judith Bevis

Mark and Patricia Blumenthal Ralph Borelli Larry Bowman Marc and Vicki Brinkmeyer Dennis and Susan Brooks Doug Burke William and Pam Burkland 2 Sandra and Martin Button Kurt and Michaela Carlson 4 Dean Carrell Roy Cats John and Leslie Cervenka Dale Chihuly 7 Jim and Dee Claypool Grad and Susan Conn 4 Daniel Cook 4 Daniel Corrigan William Cotter Robert Cross Edward and Susan Cudahy Richard and Diane Culp A. Neil and Patricia DeAtley 4

Anthony DeNovellis Stanley and Valerie Dickison 6 Dominic Dobson 9 Byron Drahold Richard H. Driehaus Daniel and Lori Durr 2 John and Genevieve Eagen Nathan Eagen and Alana Grawet Rod Egan and Veronique Hageman Karl and Carol Ege Marty and Linda Ellison Thomas and Sue Ellison Robert and Susan Falleur 10 Kenney and Patricia Fengler 13 Ron Fish David and Dorothy Fluke John and Mary Folsom Paul B. Fritts The Gottfried & Mary Fuchs Foundation Charlie and Nancy Garthwaite 14 Jeffrey M. Goldberg and Allison Black Jim and Ansley Hahn David and Janice Haley Stephen and Judy Hamilton 10 Richard Hannah Kurt Hansen Steven Hanson 6 Bill and Ann Hart 2 Daryl Hedman 6 Rick Hendrick Chris and Diana Hernandez Laurance Herold Rodney and Deborah Herring Todd Hollander and Natalia Bulgari 4 John and Catherine Holmes 7 Paul and Maria Jaffe 10 John and Suzanne James Timothy and Edie Johnson Daniel E. Kane and Rondi Stratton Scot Keller 6 Donald and Anne Kennedy David Keudell 5 David Kinney Thomas and Diane Kowaleski John and Abbey Kruse Clara Ladd 4 Robert and Devree LeCoque 4 Paul and Mary Lou Lindley James and Melissa Lopez

Douglas and Donna Lynch 4 Grant and Marcia Lynch John and Jessica Lyons 7 Chad Mackay Robert MacMahon and Gayle Harris Brown and Sara Maloney 5 Michael and Clare Marohn 5 Patty McBride 4 Peter McGill 3 John and Nancy McGinnis 4 Michael McKinnon Terry and Barbara McMichael 4 John and Leslie McQuown 4 Dale Meyer and Janeanne Upp 8 Donald and Vatalie Meyer Raymond and Dawn Miller 9 Peter Monson and Rebecca Lloyd 7 Gary and Michelle Montgomery Martin and Molly Moore 8 Art and Jeanette Morrison 3 Glenn and Mary Lynn Mounger 5 Thomas and Shirley Murphy Darren Murrey Robert and Betty Newgard 4 Bradley Nicholson Norcliffe Foundation Barbara Olson Mark and Christi Osborne Charles and Sue Overaa 3 Jim and Gayle Pigott William and Wendy Rabel 6 Art and Dallas Redford 13 Anthony and Debora Reed William and Julie Reiersgaard Mark and Analee Reutlinger Philippe and Francoise Reyns 2 Scott Reynvaan Fred and Anne Roberson Richard and Judith Rurak Gerald Schimke John Scofield 5 Steven Seher Stan and Joanne Selden 12 Langdon and Anne Simons 12 Shane and Valerie Smith 4 J. David Snow and Barbara McLain 4 Lynn and Kathy Sommers 14 Peter and Janet Stanley 6 L. Keith Stone 6


three Roger and Virginia Susick 6 Ray and Marilyn Tennison 11 Mike and Nannette Thoe 11 Walt Tomsic and Denise Sullivan 11 Oriol Vilanova John and Dorothy Vipond Claus Wagner Todd and Amy Wells 3 Neil Wiener Bob Wilner Edward and Adrien Winger 6 Lee and Marlene Zuker 11 William and Carole Zuppe 10 Edward Welburn

CONCOURS CLUB

Lifetime Recognition - Sponsors and Foundations

Concours Club Chairman ($1,000,000 +)

City of Tacoma Sequoia Foundation 11 AAA Washington 12 Ben B. Cheney Foundation 14 Forest Foundation Hagerty 11 M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust State Farm Mutual Insurance Company 10 State of Washington Department of Commerce The Gary E. Milgard Family Foundation Titus-Will Families Foundation 15

Concours Club Director ($500,000 - $999,999)

AWBS1, LLC Columbia Helicopters Edward P. and Jaunita J. Miller Fund 13 Griot’s Garage, Inc. 10 Hemmings Motor News 5 LeMay Family Collection 14 NAPA Auto Parts 5 New York International Auto Show 9 Puyallup Tribe of Indians Charitable Trust 4 Seattle International Auto Show 13 The Boeing Company

Concours Club ($100,000 - $499,999)

Arscentia, Inc. 5 Ascent Private Capital Management 5 Bardahl Manufacturing Corp 2 BMW Northwest, Inc./ Northwest MINI 6 BNY Mellon Wealth Management Broken Point Foundation Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Washington 5 Coker Tire Co. 3 Columbia Bank 8 Concrete Technology Corporation 11 Craves Family Foundation Dimmer Family Foundation 12 Fitzgerald Group Flex-a-lite Consolidated 11 Getty Images Google Inc. 2 HB Stubbs Company Hedges Family Estate 8 Hotel Murano 6 Inde Motorsports Ranch 5 JTM Construction Korum For Kids Foundation 6 Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca 6 Michael Craft Photography 6 Microsoft Corporation Mittler Family Foundation, Inc. 4 Moss Adams, LLP North American International Auto Show 2 Northwest Harley-Davidson 7 Olympic Eagle Distributing 4 Pacific Raceways 3 Park Place Aston Martin Passport Transport 4 Paul E. Andrews Jr. Foundation Russell Investments Sameday Scratch and Dent Repair 5 SiteCrafting, Inc. 10 Sopus Products - Shell Lubricants Sports Car Market Magazine 11 Standard Parts 2

The News Tribune The True Collection, LLC Titus-Will Chevrolet/Cadillac/Hyundai 14 Titus-Will Ford/Toyota/Scion 13 TriArc LTD 2 University of Michigan US Bank 5 VEEDIMS Washington Liftruck, Inc. 6 Washington State Independent Auto Dealers Association 3

Club Auto Founder Lifetime Recognition - Sponsors and Foundations ($10,000 - $99,999) AA Party Rentals/Cort 14 AAA Colorado Action Marketing Group Albina Fuel Company Altadis U.S.A. 3 Ann Hart Charitable Fund Apex Foundation Arizona 500, LLC 3 Atlas Copco Compressors Inc. AUTO Aficionado Auto Warehousing Co. Automotive Restorations, Inc Awards Service, Inc. 6 Bamford Foundation Barrier Porsche BMW of North America, LLC Bonhams & Butterfields Buffalo Restorations


four Buffalo Ships Business Interiors Northwest Car Property Group Car Toys, Inc. Chevrolet Motor Division Chihuly Workshop Classic Car Club of America Pacific Northwest Region 2 Club Auto Sport Collections Foundation/ Hagerty Education Program 9 Columbia Sportswear Company Comcast Cable Cosmopolitan Motors, LLC. 2 Creative Discovery Museum CXC Simulations

D.V. and Ida McEachern Charitable Trust David and Bonnie Murrey Estate DCG ONE Delta Air Lines, Inc. Dobson Motorsport 7 Dreamtime Visual Communications E Corp, Inc. El Gaucho 3 Ferrari Club of America - Northwest Region Flight Options, LLC Ford Motor Company Fresh Northwest Design 3 Gallopin Gerties Model A Club 14 GaragePlus General Cigar Co. General Motors GentlemenDrive Magazine Granite Digital Great Western Sports Greater Tacoma Community Foundation Harold LeMay Enterprises, Inc. Harold Mather Inc. Auctioneers

Heritage Bank 13 IBM Corporation Inland Northwest Community Foundation Installers Northwest International Speedway Corporation Interstate Battery System J & L Fabricating 3 Jefferson Motorsports KACH3 Limited Partnership KeyBank KeyBank Foundation 3 KWGHS Investments LLC McGladrey LLC Microsoft Matching Gift Program 10 Moccasin Lake Foundation Motor Sports Media Group, Inc. Motor Trend International Auto Show at Las Vegas Motorcycle Classics Magazine Museum of Glass National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada Northwest Chevy Dealers NW Ford Dealers Advertising Association Ogden Publications 2 Opportunity Detroit Pacific Communications Group 2 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance 11 Pierce County PJ Hummel & Company, Inc. Polaris Industries Inc. Porsche Club of America, Pacific Northwest Region 5 Port of Tacoma PPG Industries Foundation Prairie Foundation Precision Motor Cars, Inc. Puget Sound BMW Dealers Quicken Loans R&D Enterprises Rainier Pacific Foundation RM Auctions 2 Rock Ventures LLC Rodda Paint Company 2 Selden’s Home Furnishings Simpson Investment Company Slot Mods USA Talladega Superspeedway, LLC The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, Inc. The Frances C. Heidner Fund The Gottfried and Mary Fuchs Foundation

The Jon and Mary Shirley Foundation The Motor Sport Country Club The Norcliffe Foundation The Richard H. Driehaus Fund The Russell Family Foundation The Seattle Foundation The Sound Factory The Upper Crust The Worldwide Group 2 Titus-Will Automotive, Inc. Tomsic Sullivan Design 11 Trio Advertising Design Solutions TubeArt Signs and Sports Uptown Gig Harbor Valet Parking Systems 4 Valley Freightliner, Inc. 2 Washington State Auto Dealers Association 6 Weyerhaeuser Company Worldwide Auctioneers

CLUB AUTO ANNUAL GIVING - SPONSORS AND FOUNDATIONS ($1,200 - $9,999) Airstream Adventures NW Alvin Goldfarb Jewelers 2 Art Morrison Enterprises The Baker Foundation BF Goodrich Tires/Michelin North America BNSF Foundation Brixton Real Estate, LLC Charlevoix County Community Foundation Chateau Ste Michelle 2 Custom Clear Bra Inc. Footprints Foundation The Gottfried & Mary Fuchs Foundation Gibson Entertainment Relations Heritage Distilling Company Inc. Hyman Classic Cars Large Architecture Pacific Portfolio Propel Insurance Stowe Family Fund Tacoma Moving and Storage The Benevity Community Impact Fund The Intrigue Collection, LLC The Partners Group Vintage Motorcycle Festival, LLC Woodworth Family Foundation Z Special Events


five

CLUB AUTO ANNUAL GIVING - INDIVIDUALS ($1,200 - $9,999) Steve Alfers 2 Thomas and Susan Armstrong 5 Jason and Melisse Baerren James Bell Marc Beshany 2 Derek Bohl and Tammy Ackerman 2 Kevin Brooks 3 Buzz and Meredith Calkins John and Koko Carlson 6 Darian Carson Dick Casey Brenda Chrystie Terry and Annette Clark 3 John and Debbie Cloud David Cooper 4 Kenneth and Joan Craig Patrick and Renee Crist 14 Kevin and Lynnette Davis Paul Duchene Michael Dunahay 2 David Edwards Dennis and Mandy Edwards Karen Gielen Fred Granados 3 Brad Green Alex Gurevich 2 Julie Hale Landon Hall Patricia Hoffer 4 Eric Jensen Terry Kellogg Ike Kielgass 9 Douglas Kirk Jon and Maria Kjaerulff 5 Betty Knoebel 2 Leroy Koop 7 Gabriel Landry 8 Dennis LeMieux Matthew and Barbara LePage 3 Jack Lewis Linda Littrell and Robert Brown Stan Lungaard Richard Mattei H. Daniel McCollister Alan and Sandrin McEwan Greg and Melanie McFarland 5 Richard and Diane Mintz Brian and Jennifer Morrison

Dirk Murphy Michael Murphy John and Laurel Nesholm 10 Randy Olson 8 Roy Pinkerton Simon and Lara Prior Matt Razore 2 Randy and Mandy Reitman Dennis and Nancy Rood David and Amy Rosenwinge Shaun Ross Lynn Ruggles Cheryl and Ron Rumbolz Clement and Sue Salvadori David Searle Louie and Jeanette Shefchik 3 Robert Smith John and Zeta Smith 4 Ryan and Mary Snodgrass 4 Geoffrey and Robin Stephens Lawrence and Barbara Stern Mike Stowe 2 Dean and Audrey Stupke 6 Stephen and Margaret Taylor Kato Wade 2 Dave Wedlake David and Karen Weilage 3 Clifford and Karen West John Wiess 2 Robert and Carolyne Wolfe 3 Kristopher Wright Mark and Janet Zenor 3 MUSEUM DRIVER – ANNUAL GIVING Gold Key Driver ($600 - $1,199) Louis and Benita Berquest 7 Boeing Gift Matching Program Walt and Addison Brown Thomas and Patricia Bryant Capital Region Jaguar Club of New York Gary Coy 14 John and Christine Davis John and Diane DeYoung 9 Dennis and Bernadene Dochnahl 7 Don and Janette Dunavant 4 Enterprise Holdings Foundation Eric Falk 10 David Foreman Fuller Family Foundation Richard and Cherie Gesinger 7 Frank Geyer 13 Dennis and Karen Green 3 Janet Gundlach 12

Dennis and Norma Jean Hanson Ford Heacock 2 J.K. Restorations, Inc Thomas Jones Jim and Cathy Kakuska The Florence B. Kilworth Charitable Trust Foundation Christopher and Vicki Kimball 9 Daniel Laumann 4 Make Great Things Happen Trust Ivan Martz Tom and Joni Masterson 3 Donna and Mike McGinnis Bud Meacham June and John Mercer Leroy and Glorrian Nau 7 Valerie O’Shea 9 Ronald Rubatino and Andrea Jensen 3

James Schmidt Mark Simons Bert and Susan Skidmore John and Pam Spesak 2 Terry and Brenda Spielbusch Larry and Jane Treleven 3 Bill and Dorothy Waite Bruce and Peggy Wanta 4 Lisa and John Weinberger 2 Steve and Kim Westall Turner Woodard Mark and Deanna Woodruff

MUSEUM DRIVER – ANNUAL GIVING Silver Key Driver

($300 - $599) Alexander Adams 4 W Kenneth Adams 4 Annette Adler Jerry Akin James Alison and Tina Holland-Allison 3 Franklin Allan Jon Anderson John Atzbach Ken Austin William and Carol Baarsma 4


six Gary and Dixie Baker 4 Arnold and Carol Barer 5 Ed Barr 4 John Bastian 12 Rex Bates Dave Beeken Ron Berg Ronald Bergum George Berry Bob’s Toys Herbert Bone Paul and Jean Borth 3 Michael and Marcia Boyd 8 Donald and Yonne Brink 5 Steven Brown and Sally Fox 14 Kim Brynn 8 Sharon Burnett James and Waneta Cabe Car Guys of Kansas City Michael Cassimore

Charles Christensen 5 Jim and Susan Chun Pierson and Sara Clair Louis and Laura Cohn Shaun Coleman 2 James Colwell 4 Don and Sallie Comstock 6 Heather Czaplinski Dana and Stanley Day Bruce Dees 3 William and Karel Deibel 7 Ray Delger 14 John and Diane DeYoung 9 Fiel and Nina Diaz Donald Drake Patricia Ducolon 7 Patrick and Susan Dunn 5 Randy Eaton 8 Bill Eldridge 5 Rich and Marlayne Elliff Christopher Elwell 2 Ken Epsman Robert and Vickie Erb Lance and Katherine Evans 2 Vicki Fabré 5 Matthew Fengler and Denise Hauger 2 Reginald and Karen Fennell Charles Fensch Ric Ferrera Mike Fobes

Gene and Toni Foster 4 Kenneth Fox 14 Ronnie and Shirley Gabbard 14 Tim and Jill Geringer Larry Geringer 3 Peter and Jennifer Gleeson Lynda and Russell Goedde Wayne Graefen John and Carol Graham 4 Gerald Graham and Elaine Thomas 6 Alan and Tamara Granberg Bradford Green and Peg Stocking 10 Don and Norma Guenthoer 8 Phil Gumpert Ken Hallis Larry and Kathie Hansen Charles and Lucy Hanson Richard and Joy Hanson 9 John Hauf David Hawthorne

Larry and Dorothy Hayden 12 Jeff Hayford Douglas Heath 9 Marsha Hemstock 4 Mark and Kim Hendrickson 9 Thomas Hines 3 Aaron Hodgdon 2 Alan and Sarah Holland Jack and Alayne Hudspeth 7 Richard Hull Wayne Hull David and Erika Hurd William and Wendy Jabs Gary and Joyce Johnson 4 Duncan Johnson and Deanna Dahlke 13 Charles Keller Paul Kelly Tom and Jihl Kinsman Herman and Setheni Kirschnick Edward Klopping Wes and Linda Konsmo Gary and Arlene Krings Stanley Krohn 4 Bruce Leven Bart Lovely 4 Curtis Mackie Stephen Mackie Ian and Laura MacNeil Magnolia Moonshine Cocktails Jon Mannila

Dennis Martell John Cephas Martin and Nancy Chayne Martin Jack Martin 2 Tom Masse and Barbara Amsden 4 Archie Matthew 3 Greg and LeeAnn McKenna Robert and Christy McLaughlin 6 Michael McVey Barry Meguiar 7 Dennis Merwood Devin and Jacqueline Meucci John Milner Phil Mitchell Bill Mortimer 14 Evelyn Nicholson 13 John and Marilyn Nofzinger 9 Patrick and Glenda Olson David Omorchoe Nancy and Tad Papineau 4 Alan Pascoe Mark Pearson 5 Michael and Rose Peck George and Jo Marie Pessemier 8 Michael Petramalo Robert and Ruth Porter Michael Portmann 14 Greg and Sarah Prince Alan Provost A. Stevens Quigley Leigh and Louise Rabel 5 Byron and Diane Richards 5 Dave and Janet Robertson Timothy and Margaret Robinson 2 Steven and Leslie Robinson 7 Ken Rudisill Jason Rushforth Ken Ryals Wally Santella Patricia and H.J. Schafer 12 James and Laura Scharf John and Rose Scheidt 14 Scott Serven Merrill and Carol Severson 14 James Shepherd 6 Tim and Marcia Sherry 4 Gary Simmons 4 Herb and Paula Simon 5 C. and Patricia Sinnitt 8 Clint and Lorna Sly 3 James and Gail Smalley Douglas and Elsie Smith Squalicum Mountain LLC Denny and Judy Stageberg Jordan Stair Clifford and Julie Stranberg Richard and Linda Sundene Felix Taskar Debbie Teel John Thornton 3 Steve Tolonen Donald and Barbara Tornberg 6 Dan Treichel Douglas and Susan Trimble Mike Tucci Arvin and Karen Vander Veen 4 Thomas and Claudia Vedvick 5 Fred Wagner

Judy Wagonfeld Richard and Catherine Wakefield 8 Ken and Samantha Waldrip 3 Alan and Sandra Warberg 4 Washington Vintage Motorcyclists Duane Wentlandt David and Carrie Westby Jarrod Westby Rob and Carol Westcott Brian White 4 Roy Whitehead Dale and Diane Wilkins Doug and Victoria Wolford 8 Bob and Lois Woods Marlin Workman Richard Worrall 2 Vicky and David Wyatt Tim and Kristen Wynne Jerry Yoder David and Barbara Young Jack and Jennifer Zaccardo

MUSEUM DRIVER – ANNUAL GIVING Bronze Key Driver

($120 - $299) James and Kathleen Abercrombie 4 Mark and Dianne Adams Robert and Betty Adler 9 Steve Alderman David and Liz Alexander 4 Fernando and Catherine Algara 4 Donell and Tom Allan Greg and Shantel Allen Frederick and Sandra Allen Robert and LuzMaria Allen 8 Al and Mickey Allen 10 Bill and Dena Allison Paul and Janet Allison 9 Stacy and David Allred John and Peg Altman 4 Charles and Becky Amner Wendy and John Amunsen Bryan and Dara Anderson David Anderson Janice and Victor Anderson Joel Anderson Karl and Sandra Anderson Keith Anderson John and Wendy Anderson 2 John and Nancieann Anderson 4 Lowell Anderson 4 Ken Anderson 5 Ronald Anderson 11 Joe and Rosemarie Anderson 14 Andrew Family Foundation Gregory Andrews 12 Earl Andruss Eric and Allison Apple Brad and Angie Armour 3 Dave Ash and Shauna Madden 3 Richard Ash 4 Charles and Joanne Ashcraft Stephen and Sharon Ashurst 2 Patrick and Denise Atchison 3 Jason Atkins Dennis and Bree Austin Ray S Austin Karen Austin 3 Auto Ideas 2 Scott and Barbara Azinger Joanna and Mike Baas


seven Donald and Anita Bader 10 David and Leigh Baer Peggy and Roger Bahr 3 Tanya and Philip Bailey Marilyn and William Bailey 4 Bill and Betsy Bailey 9 Bob and Currie Baker Lyle and Julie Baker 4 John and Marcia Baker 14 Bobby Baldwin 4 Montie and Diane Ball Drew Bamford 5 David and Rachel Barach Jerry Baranski Henry Barbon John Barich 2 Mitch Barker Michael and Karen Barkley Robert Barnes and Jane Wright 4 Patrick Barnes and Danae Patella 14 Jim and Lucille Barrett Christina Barron Rebecca and Thomas Barth Michael Bartholet 2 Marion and Mary Ann Bartholomew 8 Clifford and Peggy Bartholomew 14 Roy and Robin Bartlett 4 Whil and Pamela Basea Dave and Dawn Baughman 2 George and Cecilia Baumann 4 Wendy and Douglas Bayes David and Heather Beach Anthony and Susan Beatty 4 Shaun Beaurain Michael and Laurie Beck Beckendorf Household 4 William Becker 14 James and Isabelle Beckett Don Bedker Cliff and Sylvia Beer Dan and Elizabeth Beeson David and Connie Bein 2 Jim and Helen Benham George and Hedda Benjaminson 3 Matthew and Laurie Bennett Robert and Jean Bennett 9 Paul Benninghoff 9 Mark Berg and Jan Allen 4 John and Susan Bergstrom 4 Donald and Dorothy Berschauer 14 Russell Betteridge Chuck and Clara Biddlecom Mark Bilodeau and Lansing Andolina 4 Bob Birch Lee and Jennette Bishop 4 Donald and Ethelyn Bishop 11 Roy Bittinger 11 Nathan and Connie Bittner Charles and Marina Black 3 Joedy and Ana Blackstad 2 Galen Bliss Linda and Mike Boespflug Mark and Polly Bolender 2 Chris and Linda Bolter 3 Steve Bondi Larry and Dean Bonnell 2 Curtis and Helen Boody Michael and Ione Borg Terrance Borg Rondi Boskovich 5 Jubo and Kim Bouman 3 Roger Bourm 9 Ray and Twyla Bourne 3 Michael and Martha Bouska Robert Bowden Gerald and Mary Bowlby 4 James and Tina Boyd Michael Boylan 13 Brian Bradley Michael and Ildiko Bradley 10 Robert and Carla Bramble Greg and Kim Brant Paul and Leslie Brantner 4 Anthony Branton Fred and Barbara Brazil 3 Ken Breiding 6 Matt and Heather Bresser

Harvey Breuer 3 Brian Brewer 7 Norman and Nancy Brocard Warren and Jaime Bronoske 3 Bruce Brown Dave Brown Jim and Gwynne Brown Joel and Christy Brown Thomas and Gina Brown Gregory and Anne Brown 6 Dave Brueckner Michael and Karen Brugato Roger and Linda Brumfield James Brundage Scott and Traci Brunner Kurt and Traisee Brunz Michael and Sandra Bruyn 9 Janet Bryant and George Conger Jerry and Carol Bryant Jesse Buckly Bruce and Anne Budge Guenther and Janet Buehs Paul and Jennifer Burchfield Kim and Brett Burgess 4 LeRoy Burgess 4 Wallace and Peggy Burt 3 Zigmond Burzycki Louis Burzycki 2 Chris Busch William and Carol Bush 3 Lewis and Muriel Byrd 4 C & J Properties Chris and Dawn Carlisle 4 John and Barb Carlson Lars Carlson David and Owen Carlson 3 Charles Carlson 4 Sid and Jackie Carothers Steve and Christy Carter Robert and Joan Casey Brian and Anna Casey 2 Gordon and Denita Caudill 3 Billie-Sue and Tim Caverly Betty and Thomas Cena Ari and Jessica Chamberlin Sengdara and Lucy Chanchaleune Christopher and Meghan Chaney Thomas and Kathleen Chappell 4 Doug and Pauline Chase Marty Chavez Dave Cherpeske Michael Chilton Ralph and Jill Christ Gary and Lucille Christenson 3 Aaron and Julia Christophersen 4 Craig Christy 3 Si and Janae Clark Bryce and Wendy Clarke 3 David and Jenifer Clarke 4 Kent Clawson 4 Kevin Clegg Ronald Cleghorn 4 Donald and Patricia Clifford 4 Tom and Gail Cline 5 Justin and Michelle Clouthier 3 Glen Coad Michael and Mike Coad 3 Ron and Patricia Cochrell Robert and Sharon Cohee Gordon Cole Sharon Coleman Ronald and Linda Coleman 2 David Coleman 3 Ray Coleman 4 Dave Combs and Tammy Heath 3 Harold Compton 4 Rodney Cook Rita and L. Steve Cook 3 Bob and Marty Cooksey 3 Russell Coons Elizabeth and Marc Cornish Clifford and Sharen Corwin 2 Duane and Joanne Costa John and Denise Costanti Dean and Sharen Cottrell 6 John Cowman Lew Cox 3 Joe and Agnes Cozine Bettye Craft and EP Howard 12 Steve Crandell 4 Rod Crater Terry and Niki Crawford

John and Karla Crawford 4 Norman and Marjorie Creitz 13 Raymond Crivello Brian Cromer Tommy and Randy Crook Darren and Jennifer Crotenko Richard Crow and Roger McLarty 3 Donald Crump Stanley and Margaret Cruse Brad and Natalie Cullen Jim and Gwen Culp 4 Michael and Gayle Cummins 5 Brian and Michelle Cunningham Rebekha and Isacc Cupps John and Linda Curtis 9 Vince Curulla Nick and Kathryn Cutting Gary and Malinda Dagan 8 Steve Dahlberg Michael and Heather DalCielo Fred Dallyn Mark and Harriett Dalos Frank Daly 4 Bill Daniels 3 David and Mariane Danley Angie and Shaun Darby 2 Jerry and Connie Darling

Darren Eastman Melissa Ebbeson Richard Eberly and Kristin Lipke Eberly 4 Jack Ecklund Carl and Kristen Edem 2 Frank and Molly Edman 4 Margaret and Ronald Edwards 3 Virginia and Daniel Egan 3 Colin Ehli 2 Angie and James Eichholtz 3 Chester and Kathleen Ekstrand Katrina and Bryan Elkins Chris and Karen Emerson Tom and Patricia Emmert 2 Jacqueline Endter Philip and Judy Eng 2 Michael and Barbara Engen Bob and Marilee Erickson Heather Erickson Sean and Alan Essary 3 Ron Estep Carolyn Evanoff and Jean Black 10 James Evans Constance Everett Evergreen Chapter Model A Ford Club of America Charles Eyres

David and Dorothy Darrow Ramon and Kathleen Dasal Daryl and Gwen Daugs 4 Carl and Lorene Davidson 13 William and Carol Davis Brenda and Donald Davis 3 Henry and Barbara Davis 4 John and Lisa Day Bill Day 3 Michael DeCarlo Thomas and Nan Dechant Clark and Julie Deem William and Karel Deibel 7 Edward and Anna DeLach 4 Laurent and Carol Delsuc Ronald and Melanie Denison Shad DeSilva Fred and Mollie Determan 4 Brenda Dietz 4 Michael DiJulio 4 Mary and Gregory Disis Terry Donahue Danella Donlan and JD Weiner Douglas and Kathleen Dorr 3 Bryan Dorwin 3 Bill Dowling 7 William Downs Rick Drahos Stanley and Alison Drahos Robert Drake 4 Dan and Juniper Drennan 2 Paul and Tina Dudley Carolyn and Matthew Dunand Chip and Jennifer Duncan Duane and Beth Duncan Mike Dunn Jimsan and Tommy Dunstan Tom Duval-Wilkinson Dana Dysart Glenn Eastep 3 David and Beverly Eastman 2

Joe and Lynn Faherty 2 Roger Falcione Alfred and Elli Falk Mike and Karin Farden Richard and Wendy Farrell 4 Christopher and Rebecca Farris 2 Steven and Laura Faulkner 12 Frank and Brenda Feeney Randy Feigner Juliet Fengler Matthew and Denise Fengler 2 Steve Ferrill 4 Elbert and Linda Field Joe and Nancy Finelli Seth and Teresa Fisher Dick and Marsha Fisher 3 Steve and Theresa Fisher 3 Michael and Nancy Fitta 4 Larry Fleming 2 Les Fletcher Craig Fletcher 4 J.F. Florey 7 Alan and Adina Florsheim Lee and P Gail Folkins Jerry and Peter Ford 4 Steven and Megan Ford 4 D.E. and M.A. Forstrom 4 Albert Frank Brian Franklin Phil Franklin Bill Fraser 4 LeRoy and Wayne Freeland 11 Joseph and Cynthia Freeman Edward Freutel 3 Douglas and Jim Freyberg 2 Mark Frey-McCrackyn and Raven Pyle-McCrackyn Doug Friermuth


eight Randol and Laura Friesen 2 Steve and Paula Frisbie Jason and Tina Frost Leslie and Dale Frye Kennth Fuller Ralph and Marilyn Funkhouser 9 Jim Furstenwerth Rolf-Immo Gabbe Kyle and Joleen Gagnon Fred and Patricia Gaitan Pat Gallagher 3 James Gamble Pamela and Andrew Gandarillas Gary and Jacqualine Gannon 7 Mike Gano 2 Wendy and Leon Gardner 6 Frank and Carol Garratt 10 Lonny Gates Kendrick and Tammy George John and Naomi Gera David Gerald Naisan and Dawn Geula Bruce Gibson and John McConnell James and Maria Giesy 3

Tim and Debbi Griswold William and Diane Grostick Fritz Grothkopp 8 Nick and Alicia Grubbs Mark and Meleanie Guerrero 3 Darrin Guimond 3 Matthew and Suzy Gullett Russ Guppy Neil and Diana Guptill Thomas and Mimi Hackleman 4 Douglas and Jeanie Hagen Mike Hagen Stephen and Christine Hagman Paul and Amanda Hakanson Gary Halbakken Earl and Camille Hale Brent and Shannon Hall Michael Hall Thomas and Mary Hall 4 Mark Halsband Scott Hamilton 4 Donald and Ann Hamilton 5 Jason Hamman Tabetha Hammer 2

Becky and Carsten Gilberg Mechelle and Damon Gilbert Steven and Janice Gilbert 3 BK Gilbertson 4 Gary and Julie Gillespie 2 Jim Gillie John and Barbara Glaisyer 4 Sherry Gold and Nancy Knudsen Michael Goldfarb and Victoria Woodarski Michael Goldsby Tyrone Gollier Martha and Ronald Golubiec Juan and Everardo Gonzales David and Corrine Goodell 4 Dee Goodin Robert Goodman Irvin and Penny Goodroad 3 John and Nikki Goodwin Ken Gordon 12 Greg and Jill Gorgen 2 Joel and Marcia Gorick 4 James Gowin and Cynthia Ellis Darryll and Linda Graber 10 James and Linda Graddon 4 Jeff Graham 4 John Graham 4 Eddie and Di Graves Charles Gray Douglas and Karla Gray 4 Robert and Darlene Greco Tad Greene Terence and Kathy Grenz 2 Aaron and Morgan Griffith 4 Anthony and Debra Grillo 8 Yamira Grimmett 4 Andrew and Marilyn Grisham 3

Josh and Lisa Hanigan Dennis Hannah Roger and Patty Hansen Allen Hansen and Mike Warnaca 2 Spud Hansen 5 John and Kathleen Harbrecht David and Mary Hardaker 4 Charles and Nancy Harding 5 Ronnielee Hardy and Denice Faust 3 Merry Harmon-Penna Brad Harp 4 Judy Harper Raymond and Tara Harper Patricia and Krystina Harrington Dayrl and Vie Harrington 5 Wilbur and Rebecca Harris Robert and Tiffany Harrison Raymond and Mary Harrison 14 Judy and Wesley Hart Harry Hart 3 JoAnne and Gregory Hartman Charles and Lynn Harvey Carl Hasenmyer 2 Heinz and Chin Haskins 8 Amy and James Hatch George and Vineta Hausauer 5 Allen and Carol Haynes 5 Terry Heaney and Edward Ocallaghan 4 Matthew Hedges Jody Heintzman Jim and Penny Helfrick Steve Henderson Jim and Sandra Henderson, Jr Allen and Britta Hendren Ethan and Jennifer Hennessey 3 O.R. Rob and Lisa Henson 2

Leonard Heritage 2 Alejo and Michelle Herrera Ken Hess 4 April and Mark Hichens Phil Hickman Larry Hiegel Tom and Marlys Higgins 3 Douglas and Winnifred Hill 4 Murray and Arlene Hill 13 Thomas Hilsendeger George and Karin Hirchert 2 Thomas and Anna-Stina Hird Stephen and Tina Hochhatter Alan Hoenhous Jim and Joyce Hoerling Calvin and Johnathan Hoggard 3 Venetia Holbrook Joel Holland 2 Randy Hoover Thomas Hoover 4 Bill and Margarita Hope 3 Arnie and Colleen Horath Garry and Mark Horst Larry and Linda Howell 2 Terry and Deborah Howells Clark Howey Michael and Mary Hudspeth 4 Jeff Huff Brent Hughes Gary Hughes John Hulbrock Lance and Sheila Hulin 3 Jerome and Dorothy Hull Clifford and Tina Hume 4 Laurie Humphrey and Dan Branham 2 Steven and Sharon Hunter John and Teri Hurlbut Terry and Janet Hurlbut 4 Larry Hursh Bradley Huson Paul and Stephanie Hutchinson Michele and Eric Hutchison Rachel Iacobazzi Riecan Roger and Rita Indrebo 6 Donn and Debra Irwin 6 Pierce Isaacs 9 Jay Iseli 2 Timothy and Janice Isham 3 Hope Isitt Don and Sharon Tudor Isler 9 Nick and Sharon Iverson Jeffrey and Sharon Jacobs 10 Dave and Lynne Jacobsen Susan James Ian Jamieson Richard and Trista Jamieson Mike and Colette Janning Harry Jarnagan 3 Kevin and Judith Jewell 14 Keith and Cindy Johndrow Donald Johnson G. Leonard and Linda Johnson Charles Johnson 2 Jay and Deborah Johnson 3 Jeffery and Kristy Johnson 3 Tom Johnson 4 Art and Mercedes Johnson 4 Richard and Suzanne Johnson 6 Kirk Johnson 7 Mark and Patrice Johnson 10 Joyce Johnson-Burke David and Gail Johnston 3 Larry and Deborah Johnstone Daniel and Dawn Jones Matthew Jones Scott and Kelly Jones William and Ruth Jones Jeffrey and Cynthia Jones 2 John and Debbie Jones 6 Jim and Barbara Jorgenson Lori Juhnke 3

Mark Julian Chuck and Stacy Kahler 5 Eugene and Donna Kahn 4 John and Susan Kaiser 2 Sergei and Royce Kalfov David and Shirley Kaltenbach 7 Perry Kane Patrick Kapfhammer Dennis and Maureen Karras Jason and Tracy Karro Jim and Barbara Kastama Michael Katz and Mary Roberts Chris and Nancy Keay 3 Robert and James Kelby 2 Brian and Katie Kelley Steven Kelln 2 Steve Kelly and Grete Roeckers Michael Kelly 3 Bernard Kennebeck 2 David Kennicott 5 John and Judy Kent 4 Harold Kent 14 Dennis and Maureen Kerber 3 Jeff and Antonia Kerney 3 Andrew and Cindy Kidd Jason Kilpatrick Erin Kimm John and Meredith Kincl 4 Clarence King Ron and Leslie Kinkade Gregory Klein Michael Klein Jonathan Klinger Dennis and Barbara Klukan Carl Knecht 2 Aaron and Karrie Knesal David Knight 3 John and Leslie Knox Dean Knudtson and Michael Fitcher Bruce and Norman Koch Steve and Ruth Kocha Hugh and Brenda Kodama Tyler Kolbo Nick Konkler Ed and Pam Konsmo Thomas and Ella Kostick Monty Kotila Mark and Joanne Kowalski Richard and Susanne Kraemer 3 J.D. Kranich Dennis and Cindy Krasselt Earl Krause 2 Susan Krebs Blake Kremer and Oratai Tresl 4 Jim and Dianne Kriese 14 Barry and Jodi Krist Day Krolik 2 Michael and Judith Kronick 11 Robert and Sharon Kropp James and Eileen Krueger Toni Kuhl Radford William and Vivian Kun Manuel and Silvia La Rosa Mark Lackermayer Richard LaConte 3 Karen Landenburger Carl and Alice Lang 3 Joseph and Lucinda Langjahr 3 Bryan and Marilyn Langlois Stan and Marisa Lanning 3 John and Patricia Lantz Terry and Joan Larson 3 Charles and Andrea Lashley 14 Chris and Lisa Lattin Fred Lau 5 Cathlynn and Angela Law William and Pamela Lawellin 4 Tony and Cindy Lawrence Randy and Elizabeth Lawrence 3 Scott and Pam Leach 6 Natalie Lecher and Jeff Pozarski


nine Yun-Han and Chu-Er Lee 3 Fred and Wanda Leenstra Dave Legg Jack Lehmann Mark and Deborah Leibel Steve and Kim Leifsen Vance and Kimberlie Lelli Gary and Diane LeMaster 9 Roger and Maria Lemkuil Alan Lentz Gary Leonard 2 Don and Lorraine Leonard 3 Garry and Karla Lewis 2 Judith and Nicholas Lewis 6 John Lidstrom Michael and Christopher Lilly Dennis and Terry Linch Owen Linch and Jenni Ash Maurice Lindell Ken Lindholm Kris and Angela Lindquist Bob and Emma Lindsey 2 Robert Lindstaedt 3 Vic and Joanne Lindstrom 3 John Linvog 13 William Littlejohn 3 David and Heather Lloyd Terry Lockhart 8 Jessica and Lacy Lodmell Dave Long 2 Jerald and Mary Long 3 Joseph and Katherine Prentice 3 John and Judi Looney 3 Wayne Lopez 4 Aaron Lorton Christopher and Terilee Loseth John and Marie Louderback 4 John and Marla Love Steve and Sue Lovely 3 Stewart and Teri Lowe 14 William and Megan Lum Brian and Jill Lund Gregg Lund 4 Daniel and Dennis Lynam 2 Lynn Lyscio-Evans and Michael Evans 4 Justin Lytle Rick MacCornack and Kären Laudenburger 4 Maximilian MacDonald Lawrence Mack Mitch and Kim Mackenroth 3 Ryan and Calley MacKenzie Lynn and Rhonda MacLean 2 Don Macquarrie Ralph and Donna Macy 3 Kathleen and Bernard Magness 2 Jonathan and Melissa Magnuson David and Ann Maier Gary and Kayla Main 13 John and Sondra Mangan 4 Kathleen Manke John and Mary Manley 2 Michael and Janis Manseau Richard and Nicole Mansfield Bryant and Jennifer Marchant 4 Cliff Markuson 2 Doug and Jill Marsh Steve Marsh 3 Greg Marshall Herb Martin Brad and Clarice Martin 3 Larry Martin 3 Rick Martin 4 Wallis and Judith Martin 14 Jim and Laurie Martinson 3 Robert Maslan Ronald and Liz Mason 7 Peter and Janice Mathisen 4 Jim Matthews Thomas Mauss Michael Mauss 2 Chris and Megan Maxwell 3 Dorothy May 5

Lawrence and Betty Jean Mayer 6 James and Mona Beth McBride 14 Alice and George McCain 8 Alma and Joe McCaslin 2 Walt and Sue McConnell 4 Jack and Sandy McCullough 4 Barry and Linda McDonnell 4 Kelly McGee and Mark Linderman 4 Kenneth McGill 14 John and Julie McGowan Bruce McKean Dennis and Tawnia McKenzie Justin and Allen McKenzie 3 Charles and Cathy McNiven 13 James McQuarrie Jack and Julie McReynolds Albert and Georgia Meier 6 Kevin Mejia and Sandy From 2 Sig Mekosky Quin and Ning Mendoza Jeff and Stephanie Menefee 3 Kenneth and Robert Merideth 3 Marvin and Janet Merk 2 Robert and Sharon Merz 10 Nathan Meyers 4 John and Leesa Michael 4 Muriel and Robert Mickel George Milholland 3 Michelle Milkowski 4 Roger and LeAnn Miller David and Aileen Miller 3 Kristine and Terry Miller 7 Donald and Patricia Miller 14 James and Dian Millette Janet Millie 2 Milligan Household Douglas and Sytarih Milsom Kenneth and Melinda Miner 2 Celeste Misko Charly and Angie Mitchel 2 Michael and Kim Mitchell Michael Mitchell Greg and Barbara Moak Jeanne and Wade Moberg Karen and Gary Moe Arthur and Lisa Molseed 2 Lalita and Eric Monaghan Robert Monsen Steven and Cassandra Montgomery William Montgomery 10 Teresa and John Montoya Eugene and Kaylene Moon 4 Duane Moore Todd and Carol Moore Lynette Moore Reed and Cara Moore 2 Jay and Christina Moore 6 Dudley and Deborah Lynn Moorhead 4 Henry Mora James and Joyce Morehouse Craig and Annclare Morrison Ken Morrison 6 Michael and Andrea Morton Charles Morton 4 George and Fran Moynihan Julie Mueller Gary Mueller Mueller Household 9 Nick and Christine Mullen 4 David Munger 3 David and Winn Munoz 4 William and Connie Murphy Buck Murphy Warren and Cassie Murphy 3 Mike and Cindy Murray Micah Musick Miles Musick Gene Myers 4 Beth Nagy Joel Naishtut 3 Dawn Nance Kari Nanstad

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Family Driver Jason Abington Ken Abraham and Melissa Barnard Clint Ackerman Gary and Jennifer Addy Rich and Cindy Ager Dez Aguilar Cinthia and Clyde Akers L and L Alfonso William and Lucy Allard Ethan and Alvarita Allen James Allen Nicolas and Bethany Allen Scott and Bonnie Alstead Casey and Bridget Anderson Curtis and Loraine Anderson Richard Anderson Stephen and Rita Anderson Ingemar Andersson Rob and Jim Anstead Michael and Lynn Anthony Don and Sherryl Antilla Larry Antrim Paul and Alisha Anunson Jim and Ella Aprill Michael Archer William and Klynn Arger Enrique Arguero Jeff and Lucy Armstead Charles Arnold Linda and John Arnsdorf Mark and Linda Arsenault John Atwill and Laura Hull Colette and Oscar August Zadih Bacon Rupert Bader Tammy and Robert Bailey Mark and Yvonne Baker T. Baker Timothy and Kyle Baldini Doug Baldwin Loren Ball James Banasiewicz Martin and Anne Bancroft Richard and Ann Bankhead Frank Bannon Dan and Rebecca Barber Ben Barcus Sam and Lisa Barer Andrew and Lisa Barkis Anonymous Elliott Barnett and Erin Longley Ryan and Laura Barrett Mark and Tyler Bates Bruce and Sharon Bauman Kurt Beardemphl Hazel and Jeff Beatty Rick and Cindy Becker Thomas Beffa Shane and Tina Belknap Rex and Jean Bell Donald and Teresa Benedict Donald Benham Jim and Alice Bennett Kirsten and Tom Bergey Jeff Berland Jean and Denise Bertrand Beth Bestrom Jason Bethune Marian and Jerry Betzer Bill and Carol Biggs Jay Bilotta

Gregory and Lorraine Birch Albert and Linda Bird Stan and Charlotte Birkedahl Michael and Karen Bishopp Kelly and Daren Bitterling Megan and Philip Black Steven and Julia Black Layne Bladow Barrett and Luann Blakesley Tanya and Brian Bleil-Johnson Michael and Kathy Boczar Eric and Nicholas Bodemer Alex and Misty Boettiger Gilbert Bolling Gary and Teresa Bollmann Fred and Brenda Bonin Jared and Alethea Bordwell Aaron and Nicole Borghardt Lauren and Evan Boulanger Dallas and Anne Bowen Becky Bowyer Jim Bowyer Kevin Boxx Greg and Pamela Boyd Eloise Boyle Charles Boyles Ethan Boyles Thomas Bradley Curt Bredeson Eric and Sherry Breidenbach Steve and Vicky Breiting Elizabeth and James Breznski Barry and Sharon Briskman William and Jean Marie Brough Neil and Tina Broumley Craig Brown Debby and Roger Brown Ken and Jerri Brown Mike Brown Randolph and Sally Brown Scott and Debbie Brown Stanton Brown Tom and LaVonne Brown Kristin and Eric Brubaker Jeffrey and Alisa Brummer Mark and Susan Bryan Ken and Larken Buchanan Alan Bulger Robert Buller James and Elaine Burdon Bryon and Teresa Burgess Dean and Heidi Burke Jeff and Tanea Burpee Dave Burrough Jonathan and Kelly Burton Kathryn and Tara Butcher Brianna and Ryan Buzar Andrew and Julie Cain Mary and Rich Calderon Jim and Kay Call Melody and Kevin Camp John and Mary Campbell Martin Cannon Joseph Cantore Bill Carey John and Colleen Carey Shane Carlisle Andy Carlson Steven and Barry Carlson Eric Carnell and Martha Cardell Kaylee Carr Jon and Patty Carson

Barrett and Marci Castile Jose and Jenifer Castillo Jim Cavanaugh Justin and Angela Cerkowniak Douglas and Mary Chace John and Mary Charles John and Tiana Chase Stuart and Michelle Chase Sam and Michele Chedester Zach Chedester Shawn Cherry Brad and Doree Chesson John and Sandy Cho Grace and Mike Chorey Rob Clang Randolph and Aya Clark Tom Clark Marjorie and Larry Colby Sandy Colt Lorraine and Jon Comen Ginnise and David Comstock Noel and Janet Cook David and Anne Corentto Mike and Kris Corey Billy Cothern John and Karen Cox Shannon Cox Scott and Dawn Crum Lynette Crumity Michael Cunningham Abrian Curington James and Linda Curley Michael and Angela Dabb Jamie Daggert Peter and Karen Dahlquist Travers and Colleen Daniel Frank Darabont Steven and Julie Daub Richard and Sharon Daugherty Dave Davis Heyler and Stephanie Davis Kevin and Terresa Davis Leonard and Kiyoshi Davis Robert and Judy Davis Peter and Diana de Carvalho Cassandra and Jason de Kanter John and Maryann DeBord Damon and Polly DeLapp James Demmer Deborah and Raymond Denison Esa and Chan Dewees Wayne and Ryan DeWitt John and Christine Diedrich Jason and Joye Dillehay David and Teresa Dixon Julia Dmitriea John and Joanne Doherty Tolakii Doi Deylii Pahmela and Robert Donaldson Frank and Julie Door Ralph Doty Bob and Anne Douglas Peter and Janine Douglass Oliver and Jeanette Downs Thomas and Mary Drohan Jeff and Kay Drovdahl Pamela Dudley David Duncan Michael Dunnigan James Dupree Terry and Clifton Eade Hiroko Ebisawa

Robert Echevarria Ron Edenholm Paul and Amanda Edwards Paula and Donald Eismann Timothy and Tara Ellington Diane Ellis Michael and Nicole Elmore Lauren Engstrom Jim and Angie Erickson Johanna Erlebach Floricel Eskew Cynthia Evans Michael and Cynthia Ewing Louis Fabbri and Michele Barrett Ray and Linda Fairbank Neil Falkenburg Bob and Betty Felker W. Scott Ferguson Daniel Fey and Mary Kimball Michael and Karina Fielder Amber and Lucas Fish-Miller Brandon Fix Paul Floyd Kim Forsell James Foster Roy and Jennifer Foster Stephen Fought Lawrence and Carolyn Fox Maria Frahm Anthony and Joanne Frank Michael Frank Robert and Kathy Franklin Bradley Freeland-Harner Larry and Dona Freeman John French James and Estelle Friant Steve and Vickie Frkovich George Ftikas Matthew Ftikas Janette Fulcher Jim Funfar and Patty Evoy Joseph Gale James and Linda Gallinatti Robert and Sophia Garcia Charles Gardiner Donald and Judy Gardner Victor Gardner John Garrison Ross and Priscilla Gaussoin John and Barbara Geiger Heidi and Paul Geise Hunter and Kathleen George Jeff and Wendy Gerbing Mark and Connie Gessler Robert and Maggie Glaser Marc and Lisa Glasser Leo Goedde Blake and Nicole Goldberg Jill and George Goodman Lindsey Goodman Fred Gordon Larry and Mary Gordon Michael and Marina Gordon Robert and Alison Gordon Thomas and Doris Gordon Richard Gourley Cory and Janine Graff Jeff Graham James C Grams Tom and Paula Graves Michael and Julie Gray Helen and Richard Green


TWELVE Judy and Pam Greenstein John Greet Robert and Pamela Gref Christopher and Leah Grey Eric and Shelly Grieve Kay and John Griffin James Groves Jim and Delara Groves Anthony Guajardo William and Joan Gunther Gary and Carol Haarsager G. Habedank and A. Vaughn Rudolpho and Naz Hagen Bethany Hager Gary and Ellen Hahn Kari Hailey and Danny Rosenthal Ana Maria and Gary Haley Brett and Desiree Hall Tim and Kathy Hall Gary and Linda Hallberg Sean Hallock Paul Hamaker Thomas and Lynn Hamilton Wayne Hamilton Deborah and Phil Hansen Richard Hansen Tom Harader and Mary Anderson Brian and France Harding John and Monique Harkrider Colby Harper Deborah Harper David and Gale Harpold David Harpold Malcolm and Karen Harris Spencer Harris Thomas Harris Ralph Harrison Michael Harrnacker and Gabriel Pacheco Ray and Brandie Harvey John and Connie Hash Kenik Hassel Don and Charlene Havens Kendall and Elizabeth Haynes Glenn Hay-Roe Billy and Sonia Hebert Steve Hebert Brian and Robin Hedden Jake and Jennifer Helgestad Roderick Hendrick Derek and Heather Henley Kurt and Julie Hensley Karl and Shannon Hetrick Helen Hickman John and Anne Hicks Ron and Margo High Thomas Hinds Bill and Wei Hinesly Evenlyn and Larry Hinken Kathryn Hobbs and Dave Peoples Keith and Angela Hobbs Erik and Rosemary Hodge Mark and Kirsten Hoeke John and Molly Hoffman Curtis Hogenson Ken and Barbie Hollingsworth Roger and Cami Holmberg Glen and Leslie Holt John Holt and Bonnie Lew Gurdon Hornor Dirk Hosie Steven and Laurie Howe Albert and Joye Howell

William and Linda Hoyer Jason and Linda Hrisko Michael and Mary Hudson Samantha Hughes-Lutge Jaime Huizer Mikel Hulser John Humphrey Lloyd and Dixie Hupp Jean and Carrie Huskamp Brian and May Hutchison Ricardo and Malisa Ibarra Roger Ingulsrud David and Sian Irwin Catherine and Dan Jacoy Jeff and Melissa Jagosh Clint James and Ryan LeClaire Donald James Michel Jammal Kevin Janusz Dave Jewett Peter and Claudia Johanson Bill and Jeannine Johnson Clayton and Mitch Johnson David Johnson George Johnson Jennifer and Chatt Johnson Mary and Tom Johnson Wingate Johnson Jeremy and Whitney Johnston Cindee and Chad Jones Craig and Bethany Jones Jim Jones and Susan Trezise Travis Jones Brent and Jill Jordan Sarah Jordan Richard and Stephanie Judy Paul and Natasha Julian Friedrich and Lorna Kaechele James Karen Peggy and Stephen Karlinsey Johan and Kelly Karlsen Thomas Kassens Thomas and Deborah Kay Eli Kearsley Caitlin and Sean Keely John and Arlene Kehl Mike and Terri Kelley John and Lisa Kelly Wayne and Denise Kelly Marianne and Robert Kelson Daniel and Kaitlin Kenworthy Tom and Loretta Keon David and Jobelina Kerstetter Anne and Mike Kessi Daniel and Jane Kessler David Key Jeffrey and Johanna Keys Boyd King Paul King Roger King Virginia and Robert King Chad and Kim Kinney Joseph and Harley Kirsch Istvan and Ingrid Kiss Doug and Jerri Knight Brett and Sarah Kollin Dan Konopatzke Alex and Elina Kostin Julie and Dale Kramer Debbie and Jeff Kray Cheryl and Ron Kreiner Richard and Judith Krett

Barry Kriegsfeld Myron and Lois Krumm Steven and Angie Krupa Mary and Rick Kunce Babbette and Troy Kunkle Paul and Debby Kuralt Skipper and Ashley Kuzior John and Evelyn LaFond David and Marianne Lai Walter and Silva LaMay Tiffany and Greg Lamberton Jeannetta Landers Josh and Melissa Landers Kevin Lane Randy Lane Steven Larimer Luanne Larson Wojtek and Margaret Las Alan and Betty Lash Brayden Laukala Skyler Laukala Dylan and Kelly Leach Jason and Genevive Lee Se-Wai Lee Chris and Rylie Leier Adam LeMay Casey LeMay and Craig and Adrianne LeMay David and Nancy LeMay David LeMay and Angela LeMay Eric and Pilar LeMay Hal and Mary LeMay John LeMay Justin LeMay Kaitlyn LeMay Kristina LeMay Barbara and Thomas LeMay-Quinn Jan and Viren Lemmer Margot LeRoy George and Goldie Leslie Peter and Alice Levy Aubryn Lewis Roger Lewis Allan Lickiss Kate and Kirk Liesemer Siegfried and Darlene Linke Dennis and Gayle Lipke Robert Lipston Ron and Juston Littlefield John and Jacqueline Lizon Anne and Robert Lohr Larry and Joyce Long Carrie Losch Mark Losch Mary Loudon Karen and Brett Lowry Edward and Catherine Lozick James and Roberta Lumley Ken and Ellen Lund Roberto and Lourdes Maa単ao Fletcher and Rhonda MacGregor Mesia and Henry Mack John and Rebecca Mackiewicz Shawn and Jared Madison Roy and Terry Magnuson Prashant Makadia Amit and Sarah Mali Brown and Sara Maloney Barbara and Eric Mann Michael and Melinda Mann Cody Marien Blair and Tamara Masenhimer

Robert Matfess Colin and Kendall Matney Michael and Shana May Gerald and Jane Mayer John Mayers Wayne Mays Jeff and Allison McClane Vernon and Rosalie McCleary Allan McCrary Dustin and Mickey McCrary Michael McCune Virgil and Jan McDonald Thomas Mcgann Alvin and Vickie McGill Robert McIntyre Bobby and Sandy Mckenzie Larry McKinney Suzi McKinney Lynn McLaughlin Brian and Sherry Mclean Harry and Audrey McLean Patrick McNamara Charles and Patricia McNeal Dean McSweeney Bill and Laura Meade John and Shizue Meister Kostatin Melkumyants Andrea and Walter Mercado Brian Meythaler Tom Middleton and Christine Neumiller Andrew Miller Ben and Christie Miller Janice and Walter Miller John and Joyce Miller George and Margaret Mitchell Bradley Mohr Robert Mohr Aaron and Melody Molen Peter Moll Lester and Teresa Mommsen John and Janet Monroe Robert Montoya David Moore and Jill Nealey-Moore Patricia and Joseph Morgan Joel and Beth Morris Ray and Susan Morris Robert Morrissey Bill and Judy Mote David and Pam Mueller Kyle Muir Ronald and Stephanie Munson Scott and Kimberly Murphy Gerald and Eleanor Mutter Todd Myers Paul and Cheryl Nadler Alex and Tabatha Navarro Christopher and Margaret Neagle Craig and Suzie Nelson Kenneth Nelson and Jessica Greenway Leslie and Carol Nelson Terry and Judy Nelson Elizabeth and Joshua Neptune Chris and Susan Nichols David Nichols Randy Nicholson Eliot Ninburg Art and Michelle Noel Greg Nolan Scott and Kelli Norris William and Debra Nowak Jon Olander Joan Olds


THIRTEEN Stephan Olsen Don and Katherine Onorati Ed and Dominique Orr Roger and Charleen Oscar Justin and Sarah Osmer Jerry Otto Keith and Mollie Overa Sophia and Adam Overly David Overton Andrea and Philip Owens Frederick Pakis Daryl and Dorothy Palmer Rita and Steven Pangelinan Kenneth and Sharon Panula Doug and Michelle Pardue Leo and Maria Pareja Hyun Park Cory and Diane Parris Dee and Jim Pasinetti David and Donna Pate Greg and Rebecca Patjens Rick and Donna Patterson Ronald and Linda Paul Irene and Therese Paulson Anna-Rita Pellegrino Michel and Marisa Peloquin Howard and Cassandra Pense Donald and Donna Perry Thornton Perry Murry and Kathy Peterman Curt Petersen Howard and Kelly Peterson Joseph Petrich and Suzanne Fletcher-Petrich Rich Philby Darrick Philp Michael Piatz and Jill Lewis Kim and Norma Sola Pierce Blake Pierson Elvis Pinade Joe Plesha Jon and Kim Pontsler Rex and Jillian Poortvliet Gary and Jeanne Pouley Greg Powers Dave Preischel Nicholas and Melissa Prestegaard Bob and Jill Preston Tom and Betsy Pridmore Michael Priest Tom Pripish William and Guenndolyn Purnell Ken Puryear Bruce and Shirley Quaintance Jordin Quinn Miki Quinn Seth Quinn David and Kathy Raftice Linda and Jim Ramalheira Wilfred Ramalho Julius Ramsay Georgina and Mike Rawlings Elizabeth and Sean Reed Jerry and Barbara Reichert Kendall and Sharon Reid Ulf Reinhall Drew Reynolds Phil Rheingans Peter and Cassie Rhoads Jim and Ardell Riddick Jim and Mary Anne Rieck James and Doreen Rigos

Cullen Ritchie Ed and Pam Rittenhouse Joel and Chandi Robberstad John and Tammy Roberson Stephanie Roberton Chris Roberts James and Karen Robinson Leo Romo Rob Root Jim Rosebrook Bob and Carol Rowan Anthony and Amy Roy Joseph and Shariana Ruf Jeremy and Jessica Ruse Fred and Cindy Russell Jacob and Darlene Rutt Ed Sakai Tariq and Sally Salam Norman and Ramee Salmon Thomas and Dawn Samons Marcy and Michael Sanders Rajiv and Priya Sarathy Sage and Laurie Saskill Pennie Saum Doug and Yi Saunders Ivey Saunders Jacob Savage Dave and Lorna Sawyer Paul Schaber Irene and Tom Schlieckav John and Carolyn Schminck Suzie Schofield Ralph and Melanie Scholz Jeff and Ramona Schraeder Edward Schultz James and Teresa Schuster Curt Secker John Sells Mindy Shaw Larry Shaw Jr Darin and Catherine Shedd Victoria and Ryan Shomo Frank Shuck Steve Sieker Dirk Sigrist Chris and Jill Simatic John and Barbara Simmons Rich and Kriss Simon Katie Simpson Robert Sims and Rosella Turner Douglas and Carol Skinner James and Heather Slater Daniel and Susan Slaton Jeffery and Elizabeth Sleicher Tom Small Emily and Mark Smith Jerry and Alison Smith Kevin Smith Melvin and Barbara Smith Terry and Vicky Smith Timothy and Nancy Smith Michael Spencer Aron and Wendy Springer John Squires and Cathy O'Neil Carolyn St. Charles Herbert Staggers Calvin Stahl Paul and Sue Staley Mary and Roger Stanton-Anderson Alfred Stappenbeck Arin Starkel William Stauber and Mary Janisch

Russell and Cynthia Steele Dave and Marialyce Steinberg Bill and Leslie Stephens Mark and Jennifer Stephens Julie and Steve Stephenson Jay and Carol-Sharon Stern Ron and Kimberly Stevenson James and Janie Stewart Carla and Gary Stickles Chris and Monica Stone Mrs. Elinor Stones Meyer Ken Storkson Gene Stout Bob Sullivan Mark and Syd Sullivan David and Jung Sultemeier Scott and Suzan Supperstein Jack and Susie Sutton 0 Pat Swanson Claudia and Bill Swanson-Young Jerry Swartos Terry Swartos Michael Swenning Scott Swenning Jon and Susan Swenson Meagan and Eric Swenson Kevin and Cindy Swett Martha and Frederick Swift Ed and MaryAnne Tait Adrian Taylor Bradley Taylor and Libby Sparks Lynn Taylor Matt and Carin Taylor Susan Taylor Joe and Reena Teeny Todd and Christine Terry Ellen and Laura Theodorson Donald Thomas Kevin and Frances Thomas Michael Thomas Douglas and Rosamund Thomison Darrell Thompson Michael Thompson William and Anna Thompson Michael and Lisa Thornton Walter Timpe Annette and Jonathan Trampenau Robert Trebil Sam and Chris Um John and Karen Utter Cory Van Arsdale and Melissa Yeager William Van Well and Gayle Carino Todd and Kim VanCise Richard and Valerie Vertz James Vieira Joshua and Kizzy Vincent Felix and Alexandra Vladimir Adam and Lisa Voelker Mattew and Susan Voorsanger Richard and Vickie Voss Aaron and Carrie Waggett Karolyn Walden-Deal Mario Walker Christopher and Sarah Wall Quinn and Lynn Walters Rich and Pamela Walters James and Jennifer Wanamaker Ron Wang Tim and Michele Ward John Warner Bill Waters

Eddy Watson Scheila and Cal Weamer Laura Weeks Joe Weinrich Don Weitz David and Judi Weldy Duane Wells Cortright Wetherill Craig and Michael Wetzel Jon Whisler Alicia and Bryan White Barbara White Dave Whited Tim Whitehouse Todd and Cyntha Whitley Dale and Janet Wickell Scott and Nancy Wigren Garry and Theresa William Pat and Nina Williams Rich and Susan Willis Gary and Judith Wilson Gene and Ellie Wilson Douglas and Gloria Wing Eugene Winters Tim and Susan Wise Brad and Diane Wittman Taraknath and Divya Woddi Alan and Angela Wood Rex and Judith Wood Warren and Mary Woodard Mary Ann and Mitch Woodruff Ken Woolcott Daniel and Leonard Worcester Dennis Worley Conrad and Glenna Wouters Paul Wulfestieg Hans and Angela Wurl Jihui and Didi Yang Zhongming Ye Zach and Ashley Yeager Jeffrey and Jolene Yonek Glen Yotter Wendell and Sandra Yuen Andrew and Edna Zacharczyk Jennifer Zandecki Kenneth Zandecki Peter and Hannah Zarkowskyj Jerry and Karen Zeltner Jinwei and Song Yan Zhou Scott and Elizabeth Zylka

Dual Driver John and Marilyn Adair Greg and Sharen Addicoat Willard and Cindy Aldrich Jr. Brian and Stephanie Aleshire Arthur and Doralda Anderson Anthony Aniello Ronald and Heather Anthony Kyle and Michelle Arbour RJ and Jerry Argenzio-West Kelvin and Sharon Arndt Cindy and Alan Arnold Jennifer and Rolf Aske Doug and Roberta Babcock Cary Badger Thomas and Nancy Bageant William and Carol Bageant Tom Baier Tim and Kathryn Baker Rick and Wendi Ball


FOURTEEN Robert Ball Chris and Marcia Beck Rick and Laurel Berry Greg and Betty Bolloten Richard and Cynthia Boman Terry and Georgeanna Bontrager Carron and Glen Boucher Byrun Bower James and Bill Bowlin Charles Bowman Myron and Gayla Bredahl Barry and Janis Breen Bruce Bright Bob and Mary Brimmer John and Sheila Brink Dewey Glyn Brock Dick and Patti Bronk Richard and Randy Brosnahan Nathayn Brown Robert Brown Anthony and Anneliese Bulleri Timothy Burkart Frank and Pamela Burrow Brenden and Jazz Byrd Lonna and Evans Calas Howard and Jacqueline Call Bill and Linda Callies Jeffery and Yleanna Camara Kristifer Capps Jeffrey Carlson John and Koko Carlson Sadie Carstens M. Cartisser Carl Carver Matthew Casmier Colby Cavin Emily and Jody Chalich Jeanie Chapman Casey and Tricia Clausen Steven Clemons Lauren and John Cole Mike and Deborah Condron George and Sam Conner Stan and Beverly Corrington Adrian and Rebecca Corson Richard and Sandra Costi Ron and Donna Costi Lisa Cowan Thomas and Karen Cowan Craig Cowden Thomas and Donna Cressman Stanley Crossman Brian and Barbara Curtis Don and Susan Dahlgren Peter and Ann Darling Kenneth and Maureen Davis Gary and Kathleen Deakins Robert and Monika DeHaas Gary Dennis and Patricia Roby Don and Leslie DeRosa Ken Dolittle Clifford and Joanne Doolittle Robert and Deborah Drugge Caitlin and Robert Duhamel Trevor Dumville Arthur Dunn Jeff and Jennifer Durham Thomas Roseand Walter Edson Barbara David and Lenna Rose 9 Debra Ekstrom James and Melissa Rose 9 SteveConnie Englund Ron and Rosi 5 Glen and Rob Ross 3 Jan Enright andAnn Linda Erickson GaryRonald and Ruth Ross 4 Antonio Rossi Robert Roth 7 Ken and Kathleen Rothaus 13 Owen Rottschafer 2

Christopher and Roberto Ertel Paul and Nancy Etsekson Andrew and Jane Evancho Graham and Linda Evans Loren and Maureen Ezell Teresa and Jon Fahrendorf Gary and Deborah Falk David and Kelly Fejeran James Feldman Scott Ferguson Dorothy Finlay and James Smith Jill and Bill Floberg Greg and Pam Fox Roy and Jeanette Friis Robert and Mele Fuller Robert and Sandra Gantenbein Scott Gardiner Geri Gellenbeck Lana Georges and Steve Lacey Jenny and Jason Giambattista William Goetz Bryan Goffe Matthew and Kristen Goldschmidt Suzanne and Peter Graber Scott and Judith Groff Douglas and Sang Ye Grover Stuart and Pamela Grover William Grow JiaYing and Chris Grygiel Jeff and Shanna Hale Bradlee and Lindsay Haley Chris and Jeanie Hansen Michael and Lynn Harmon Fred and Mari Harris Jim and Barbara Harrison Gary and Lynne Hartman Douglas Hatch Melvin and Katherine Haug Santa Eddie and Karen Hayes Ron and Sue Healey Lee and Vera Heaton Sharon Heckel J. and Catherine Heffron Joe Heltzel Mick and Kristi Henning John Higgins David and Jay Hobbs Steve Hoffman Mary Hogan Fred and Margie Hoheim Edward and Elise Hoit Marie and Nathan Holley Charles and Nancy Holmes Frank and Mary Hosick George and Sharon Howe Richard Huber Chris and Erica Hulden Burton Hunter and Mary Leong David Huskisson Robert Husted Joeseph Iacobazzi Jim and Leanna Jackson John and Annie Jenson Nancy and Adrian Johnson Anonymous Daniel and Shelley Joslin William Julius and Sherri Kashishian-ApilaBill do and Erin Smallwood 3 Brian and Debbie Smith John and Michele Julum Donald Smith Evan Justin Justin and Bonnie Smith Jan and Kammert Ken Candis Smith George Kerry andKarscig Kathleen Smith Lorin Smith Richard Smith Larry and Phyllis Smith Darrell and Rosemary Smith 2

Nancy Kaynor and Chris Libby Robert Kearns Jim Keirsey Laura Keller Thomas and Rhonda Kennedy Michelle and Charles Kim Brianne King Gary and Judith King Steve and Eileen King Frank Kirkbride Laura and Jonathan Klumpp Michael Klyde Paul and Emmy Knight Ellena Knobel Richard and Donna Knoth Mark and Carol Kohl Larry Korsgren David and Miriam Krause David Krebs Ralph Krueger and Tracy Krueger Rick and Leslie Krueger Frank and Sharon Kujawa Stephen Kyle Betty LaCour Edward and Dara Laggart Kurt Laidlaw Robert Langdon Steve and Clare Larson John and Evan Laughlin John and Stacy Laurent Mike and Lora LaVerdiere Joachim and Doris Lee Richard Lee and Laurie Michaels-Lee Bryan and Kathryn Lees Scott Leitch Elbert and Carol Leuty Stephen Libby Robert and Malea Linder Sharon Linder Dale Lipke Janice Lonergan Todd and Kimm Lothrop Jeff and Donna Lovin Lynn Ludeman Chuck Lundin Dennis Magnuson Mark Manweiler Leanna Mason Marvin and Kirsten Matson James McCartney Jonathan McClain Grant and Diantha McLaughlin Douglas and Blanche McLean Kevin and Cathey McMurry Joy McNally Greg and Deana McNeill Caroline and Tim McShane Jerry and Dee Dee Meyer Sandra Micholofki Robert and Leslie Minckler Raeanne and Richard Mitchell Judith Mitchels and Howard Anderson Richard and Marcia Moe Adrianna Moore ten Edward and Judith Moore Steve and Shelly Morefield James and Lois Morrison Mike Thomas Marcus and Bonnie Muccilli Sarah and Larry Thomas Stan and Julia Mueller Guy Thomas and Rosemary Daszkiewicz 4 Ronald and andGail Donna Murrish 3 Steven Thomason Harry and Place Winifred Thompson LLCMutter Timothy and Stephenie Nagle Frank Thompson Randal and Elaine Thompson Rebecca Thompson and Eric Baker Shawna Thompson Walt Thompson and Dorothy Abbott 7

Rick and Lenora Nelson Andrew and Ardene Niemer Seth Niemer Ronald Niemeyer Peter Northrup Dennis and Uretta Noyes Jim and Nancy Oakley Terry and Janice O'Connor Mark and Karen Olson Richard Olson William Oltman Dave O'Neal Lee Orphan Jessie Palmer Mark Palmore Joseph and Susan Parente John and Jill Parker Sandy Paul Robert and Karen Perrine Marta and Ray Peters Gary and Shirley Petersen Michael and Carrie Peterson David and Cathy Petrie Stephen Pfau Robert Philpott Nathan Pope Thomas Pope Philip Porach Glen and Leta Porter Theresa and William Poskie John and Marilyn Pryor Beth and Ted Quigley Britton and Ellen Ransford Rebecca and Barry Ray Tim Reding Gary and Toni Reed Holly and Charles Reese Susan Richwagen Tom and Michael Rickey William and Anne Riley Earl and Joan Root Roland and Tammy Rose Conrad and JoAnn Roseburg Gordon Rosecrants Connie Rost Gary Rost Scott and Merrilou Roswold Tom and Margaret Rowe Donna Rudiger and Warren Williamson Ron and Rita Sabins Richard and Janet Sandaas Richard and Stephanie Satter James and Janis Schaewe John and Debbie Schenk Thomas and Kathleen Schilb Scott and Betty Schleiffers Cindy and George Schraw Judith and Robert Schuler Michael Schultz James and Gina Schulz James and Michelle Sherls Rene Sherry Bruce and Shari Shull Robert and Dy Silva Guy and Betty Slaughter Charles and Sandra Sledd Austin and Kate Smith Alex Waugh Edward Smith Marilyn Weaver 2 Mark Smith Monique Webber 3 Warren Rick and Smith Susan Weidenbach 8 Charles and Johanna Bill and Linda Weir 3Snyder Theodore Pam Welchand Dawn Spencer Tamela and Michael Welch 4 Glen Weller Kristen and Jon Wells Jana and Jason Wennstrom 4


FIFTEEN Michele Stamaris John and Deirdre Staudt Patrick Steel Edward and Carol Steinbach John and Cindy Stella Sam and Lindsay Stenger Gregg and Lynnett Stevenson Richard and Wendy Stevenson Bryan Steward Gregory Stewart Norman and Mary Stewart Kenneth Strackeljahn Judy and Terry Stratton Alex and Heather Straub John and Jeanne Stray William and Bobbie Street Michael and Judith Strong Robert and Gale Sullivan Drew Swanson Julie Swanson Scott Swanson Dennis and Carolee Swensen William and Rikki Syrovatka Dave and Tina Taylor Fred Taylor Stephen Taylor Mike Tennyson Jeremy Terhar Buzz and Cathy Thome Stephen and Pat Thompson Marvin and Melissa Tommervik David Tracey Kent and Singra Traub Gwenda Tuttle Tom and Pennie Twiss Bernard Valentin Fred and Mary Vaness Mark and Jill Vigil Michael and Patricia Wagner Edward and Jennifer Walkley Stephen and Susan Wallace Terry and Seth Walter Michael Wedman Dick and Lynn Weisberg Barry and June Weled Keith Wertman Janelle Wheeler Richard and Carolyn Whipple Chuck and Barb White Kirk White Stanley White Kristian and LeAnne Wiles James Wilkins Candy and Lloyd Williams Odell and Yvonne Williams Fred and Ingrid Willis Charles and Helen Willoughby Vickie Willson William and Katharine Wilson Barry and Kim Wolborsky Gertrud and James Wolfbauer Michael Woo John Wright Marie and John Wright Melissa Zaineb Richard Zaineb

Individual Driver Bradford Aarons Harold Abegglen, Jr

Nicholas Adams Shane Aho Douglas Akin Steve and Joyce Albert William Alexander Gordon Allen Dwight Allison Robert Althar James Alvarado Deborah Anderson Eugene Anderson Scott and Karen Anderson Doug Antrim Richard Archer Michael Arledge Don and Wendy Armacost Richard Arnold John Arsenian Daniel and Ruth Ashburn Les and Janet Atlas Ronald Auxier Andy Bailey Charles Bailey William Bailey Don Baker Mike Baldassin Jim Barbee Tim Barker Roger Barnes Kenneth Barroll James Bartholomew James Barto Jim Battersby Don Baudrand Anthony Bawyn John Baxter Joe Beck Don Becker Fred and Lisa Behrmann John Beitler Gerald Belbeck Jordon and Corinne Beller Phil Bellomy Stephen Bender Joseph Benedetti George Benko Gary Bennett Robert Bennett Mathew Bentley Nicholas Berdeguez Brian Berg Cheryl Berg Ron Bernal Susan Bernauer Peter Berry Brian Bertlin Monique Berwyn Allison Bigelow Debra Billups Robert Bishop Ron Bishop Frances Black Judd Black Robert Black C. Akin Blitz Mark Blom Dana Boales John Bobbitt Alan Bock Michael Boedecker Jeff Boers John Bolender

Richard Boling Douglas Bomarito Charles Bombard Donald Bonar Stuart Borman Ronald and Ellen Bosshardt Lana Bostic Terry Botnen Jim Boughan Rod Boultinghouse Darrel Bowman Cowan Boyd Tom and Elizabeth Boyd James Braden Dave Brainard Joseph Brandise Jeff Brandt Andrew Brastad Rebecca Bratlien Bruce and Mary Ann Brazina Robert and Catherine Brents Thomas Breske Kim-Xuan and Patricia Brewer William Bridges Robert Brinkman Mark Brombaugh Don Brosnan Dan and Marion Brouillard Allen Brown Major Brown Michael and Diane Brown R. Brown Ralph Brown Todd Brown Adam Bruckner Paul Bruckner John Bruntlett John Bryant Matt Brzozowski Bradley Bull Robert Burden Donald Burgett Jack Burke Michael and Dawn Burke Richard Burke Tammy Burke Craig Burlingame Ed and Dorri Burris Lawrence and Charlotte Bush Scott Bush Donald Buss James and Martha Button Mark Byrski Michael Callahan Quentin Calonzo Robert and Sandra Calvert Steve Camacho Katie Cameron Gregory and Sarah Camp Frank Campbell Len Campbell Robert Campbell Michael Campsmith Lester Candee Chris Cannon John and Tami Caraballo Todd Carb Gerald Carbaugh Jeffrey Carbone Lynda Carey Ron Carpenter Walt and Dee Carrel

Malcom Case Spike Cash Ben Chadwick Darrell Cherry Rod Chiapusio John and Brigitte Chisholm David Chitty Edwin Choate Norman and Sharon Christianson Jim Cissell Doug Clark James and Maylin Clark James Clark Arthur Clarke Henri and Evelyn Cloud Chris Coldeen M. Collier Miles and Parker Collier Francis and Annette Condon George Conner Charles Cook James Coon George Cooper Craig and Katie Cootsona David Cornforth Stephen Coseo Steven Cosgrove Tom Costantini Bob Cotherman Sean and Victoria Covi George Cox Walter Crahan Dale Croes Jerry Crosby Steve Crum Xavier Cruz A J Cue Anthony Culanag Steve Cummings David Dahl Howard Dahl Charles Dahlen Wijendra Dalpathado Arthur Daniels Marjorie Daum Theresa Davey Larry Davis Rob Davis Roger Davis Fred De Boer Alejandro Brena Rulz De Chavez Wayne De Goey Mark De Groot Kerry DeBuse Stella Denson Reinald Dersch Ronald Dickens David Dickinson Andrew Diehn David Dietzler Ada Corrine Dixon Nolan Dodgen Roy Dodman Rodger Dodson Frans Doelman Galen Dolan Kenneth Dombroski Peter and Bernadine Domschke Byron Dondoyano Howard Donkin George and Suzanne Donovan Tim Dorsey


SIXTEEN Gary Dotson Daniel Dougherty Terrence and Judith Dovre Kenneth Dowd Harold Drecktrah Leo Dreith Steven Dubnoff James Duffy Bill Duggan James Dunn Veronique Dussud John and Katherine Eames Dale Ebi Margaret Eby Edward Echtle Sr. Robert and Linda Eddy, Jr Ronald Edens Norman Ediger Don Edmisten Phil Edwards Joseph Eger William and Camelia Eidtson Josh Eldredge Jim Ellis Dennis Elonka Michael Elwell Mark and Paula Emery Stephen Engberg Thomas Ennis Michael and Scott Epstein Donald Erickson Michael Ericson Thomas Escover Elizabeth Evans Mayer Joshua Everett Del Everson Rod Everson Robert Evison Robert Ewart Joe Fairbanks William Farley Douglas Farrar Mark Feldhaus Dennis Felts Frederick and Anne Fenn John Ferguson Phillip Fetzer Marc Finkhouse James Finley Allan Fisher Harold and Joanne Fisher Matthew Fisher Todd Fisher Todd Fitch Robert Fletcher Robert and Beverly Foley Paul Forecki James Forstein Anna Forster Clarence and Ima Foster Larry Fournier Jennifer and Richard Fowler Melodie Fox Donald Fraas Owen Freeman Karen Fryer Daniel Fuccella Tony Fuccile Robin Fulford Jeff and Carol Funk David Gaddis Peter Gaertner

Gregory Gallagher Alan Garcia Marvin Garland George Garrison Justin Gassaway William and Judy Gehring Todd Gehrke Kevin Geiss John Gerke Samuel Gheesling John Gibbons John Gilkey Rob Gillanders Michael Gillespie Fred Gillette David Gilmore George and Martha Glaze Richard Glein Patric Godderis Virgil Goodwin Vicki Gord Jon and Janet Gores Bill Gorman David Goudy Gary Gove Brad Grams Dick Grant Raymond Gravelin John Graves Bobby and Judith Green Matthew Greenberg Mitch Greenberg Gary Greene Kevin Greer Maurits Groothuis David Groppenberger Douglas Grove William Grow Michele Guerrini Vincent Guertin Joseph Gustafson Larry Gustafson Enrique and Yolanda Gutierrez James and Elaine Hager Frank Haines Terry and Ragnhild Hale Dale Haley Debbie Haley Brad Hall Patrick Halstead James Hamill Jim Hamill Russ Hammond Marlene Hancock Tim Hancock Steven and Amy Hanegan Bruce Hansen Charles Hansen Judie Hansen Sam Hansen Tim Hansen Gerald Hardy Frederick and Judy Harmon Grant Harmsen James Harrington Greg Harrison John Hart Steven Hart Jackie Haskin Geoff Hathaway Frank Hayes Kelly Hayes

Percy and Linda Hazel Kent Hazelwood Walter Headley Frances Heaverlo Bruce Heekin Kent Heimer Scott Heinrichs Jeffrey Heller Jim Helms Harry Henderson Werner and Jole Henze Luis Herrera Guzman Jeff and Gayle Herrmann Jody Hess George Hetherington Thomas Hickman Rodney Hiesterman Farrar Higgins Warren Himmelmann Earl Hines Fred Hirons James Hodges Jeffrey Hoerr Dale Hoff Jerry Hogg Reid Hogle Dean and Karen Hoksbergen Sue Holland Glen Hollis James Holmes James and Barbara Holzmark Ed and Louise Hommel Dan Hoogen Christine Hoogeveen Craig Hooper Tom Hoots Rocky Houchen George Howe John and Rebecca Huber Les Huggins Les Hulbert R. Gary Hull Amy Hulme Natalie Humphrey William Hunicutt Stephen and Renee Hunter John Hurabiell Tom Hyde Cory Irvine Patrick Isbell Thomas Jacka Pete Jackson Wain Jackson and Sharon Beilke Jolyn Jacobs David James Elizabeth Jameson Steven Janutka Terry and Cherry Jarvis Dean and Jean Jay Ed Jeglum Rock Jenkins Dillard Jensen Donald Jensen Randy Jensen Richard Jenson Joseph and Cheryl Jessop Conrad and Shari Jobst Al Johnson Charles Johnson David and Diana Johnson Delmer Johnson Gary Johnson

Gary Johnson Jim Johnson John Johnson Jon and Deborah Johnson Matt Johnson Ray and Luanne Johnson Bill Johnston Jeffery Jones Robert Jones Ronnie and Elizabeth Jones Maili Jonkman Chuck and Marilyn Jorgenson Gary Joyner Dennis Judd David Kantes Edward and Elizabeth Kaplanian Cassidy Kately Michael Katich Gary Keating William and Nadine Kelley Jerry Kelly Sean Kelly James Kelsey John and Sharon Kenner Mark Ketter Peggy Kibble Todd Kihara William Killien Keoki and Christina Kim Drew Kimbrough John King Gary Kissel Elizabeth Kiteley Bart Klein Roland and Dorothy Klix Walter Kluss Julie and James Knauss Alex Knoll Carmen Knudtson Eric Knutson Scott Korsmoe Mimi Kray Michael Kruse Charles Kulina Malin Kurzmann Joe Kvistad Michael and Evonne Lackey Theresa LaCoss Lisa and Joe LaFave Tony Laffranchi David and Janet Lamb Lance Lambert Terrie Landini John Landree Brent and Dawn LaRiviere Lou LaRiviere Carol Larson Sigfried Larson Kenneth and Patti Latsch Jack Lee Marty and Susan Lee Matthew and Donna Lee EJ Leenders Kip Lefstad Kim Leidholm Will Leighty Bruce Leisure Dan Lem Mark Lent Richard Leonard Ricky Leong Edward Lescher


SEVENTEEN William Levandusky Edmunde Lewin Donald Lewis Gary Lewis Marilyn Lewis Leo Liebert Gregory Lind Kenneth and Michel Lindsey Mark Lingenfelter Elwood Linthicum Jack Lipps Chris Livermore Kurt Livermore Ken Loen Fred Logsdon Dean Loken Nicholas and Louise Lomangino Gary Long Vance Lossiter Johnnie Louderback Keith Loutocky Ralph Lovelace Marguerite Lowry Stan Lucas Dawn Lucien Steve Ludden Bob Luehrs Baudilio Lugo Lawrence Lundberg Frank Lutje Thomas Luttrell Andy Lyle Gerald and Nancy Lyman Paul Mabie Bruce MacDonald Ronald Mack Howard Mackert Michael MacSems Larry and Jewel Madsen Eric Magnuson Stephen Magnuson William and Linda Maibusch Patricia Mail Raymond and Herta Maleike Chris Mann Julian and Denise Marcello Jesse Marker Dorette Markham Stephen Markham Don Marshall Alan Martin Jeffrey Martin John and Monica Martin Michael and Joyce Martin Michael Martin Gerald Massie Charles Mathias Tim Matthews Tom and Tina Matthews Charlie Mayovsky Michael Mc Ewen Robert McCarthy Timothy McCarthy Daniel McConnell Kevin Mccormick Patrick and Theresa McCormick Heather McCulloch Joe McElrea Kenneth McGill Peter McGill Ed and Karen McGlone Jeffrey and Anne McKay

Gordon McKelvey and Catherine Burns James McKenney Patrick McManus Gavin McMurdo Natalie McNair-Huff Rob McNair-Huff William McNally Steven and Kathleen McPherson Jeff McVey Jeff McVey James Mead Jean Mead William Meals Gene and Bonnie Melander David Melberg Paul Melrose Jonathan Menche and Margot Simmons Gene and Kathy Mendenhall Scott Mensing Gordon Meurer Allan Meyer Marvin Meyer Barry Meyers Daniel Mickalonis Jack and Jane Middleton Lyle and Sonja Miller Phil Miller Ryan Miller Joseph Miner Will Mires William Mitchell Alice Moberg Roger Molt Terressa Montgomery John Moody Clifford and Betsy Moore Timothy Moore Roy Morey Dan and Mary Kay Morley Dean Morris Richard Morrison Robert and Julie Morrison Kenneth and Martha Morytko Bobby Moss Michael Movius Knud Muenter Richard and Lee Mundy Clay Murphy Ellen and Steve Murphy Frederick Murphy Shirley Murphy Robin Myers Clark Nebeker Paul and Frances Nechols Jack and Mary Neilsen Kemer Nelson Larry Nelson Paul Nelson, Jr Arnold Ness Phil and Adinela Ness Oliver Newsome Paul Nicholes Eric Nichols Dennis Nicholson F.W. Nickell David and Karla Nicol Alicia Noare George and Ruth Noland Robert Noradki Steven and Beverly Nord John Norris Mr. Peter B. North and Ms. Helen

Lonski-North Dan Oban William O'Brien Janice O'Connor Michael O'Connor Eddie Ortiz Dave Osmer Mark Ossinger Ken Owen John Ozols Neal and Linnea Padur Thomas Pagano Mark Page Stephen Paine Manuel Panasiuk Cleophus Parker Richard and Laura Parker Brian Parlari Harold Pashon Nickolas and Heidi Pasqual Russell Patterson Catherine Paul David Paull William Paulson Charles Pearson JP Pedinielli Nan Peele Kelly Peres David Perkins Richard Perry Bruce Peterson Paul Peterson Paul Petranech Richard Petri Chris Pfeifer Wilbur Pickel Sean Pielow Zbigniew and Katarzyna Pietrzyk Walter Piper Francis Pisani Barry and Carol Podmore Randy Podolsky Joseph Polito Chris Polson Lynn Polson John Pool Frank Porfido Gary Poulin Boyd Powell Valgene Power John Powers Vikramaditya Prakash James and Peggy Price Matthew Price Albert Priidik David Printz Richard Pryor Len Psyk Geoff and Linda Puett Stan and Karen Purvis Bern Qualheim Dee Quiggle Howard Quint Robert Quint Jim Rabie Eric Rachal Richard Radebaugh Cory Ragan Richard Ranck Tom Rankins Richard Reed Drew Reeder

Jan Reeder H.L. and Joanne Rehkopf Doug Reichert Leroy Reid Steve Reinwald Mike and Wendy Reynolds Michael Rhoades Harry Ring Dean Rippy Eugene Rivers Donald Rixmann Richard and Dianna Robb Ronald Robbel Terry Robbins Dave Robins Kay Robinson Daniel Rockwel Don and Mary Rogers Sean Rojas Benjamin Romano Richard Rome Richard Romm Christopher Rose Deryl Ross Patrick Roulet Shirley Rousell Tom Rowe Steve Rudo Dennis Ruff Harley Ruff Andrew Rush Ray and Beverly Rush Thomas Rush Ron Ryder Steven Salmi Richard Samanic Roger Sande Glenn Sawyer Lawrence Scales Steven Schauer Barbara Schiffman Loren and Renee Schiro Eric Schlichte William Schlumpf Brandon Schmidt and Sara Ford Jim Schmidt Rob Schmidt Willi Schoen Jim Schofield Phillip and Freda Schroeder Joe and Susan Schubert Larry and Debra Searight Carmine and Dolores Sebastian Marion Sebring Gary Seibert Dean and Devon Seidel David Seiler Karen Seinfeld Jerry Seitz David and Diana Senger Levi Sever Jim Sfetko Eldon Shanks Mario Shaunette Andrea Shea Carl Shelton Joel Shepard Frederick Sherman Paul Sherman Jonathon Sherwin Kazuyuki Shibuya Jack Shilling


Heather Ryan Mark Ryan 4 Tracy and Stephen Sadtler Joseph Sage 5 J Sain and Jody Turner Paul Salzman 4 Michael Samek Alejandro and Laura Sanchez Richard Shilling John and Michael Sanders Steven Shipman Zachary Sanders Simmons GinoJames and Rose Sanfilippo 2 Craig and Kimand Simon Doug Sankovich Cheryl Tomblinson 4 Olive and Joshua Sauer Robert Simpson Gregory and Kathy Ingram 11 ShaunSauser Sinclair JonFranklin and Joanne SitesScalf 2 James Scarr 3 Edward Skinner James and Gretchen Schacht Jerome and Schacht Linda Slatta Mark and Cielo RodBill andSleeth Nancy Schauer BenThomas Schenk Slipp Kathy and Tim Schiewe Marlene Smeed CaryDarrol and Malina Smith Schiff Nancy Schmauder E. White Smith and Lois Romer 8 Delmar Schmidt Frederick Smith2 Larry and Genevieve Schmidt 3 Jim Smith Jeffrey Schmidt and Diana Pronath 4 Robert Smith Schneider Mary and Michael RonSchouten Smith Robert 5 Tom and Smith Bernard Erin Schultz Wayne and Smith Donna Schulz 3 Virginia DanWillis and David SmithSchwartz NoelTodd Scott Snyder Jeff Sebak and Geoff Falk Gary Sogard Douglas and Joyce Seidler T.S. Sorensen Marc and Mona Sellier GregRamona and ZariSoule Semerdjian 4 Randy Ivette and Spangler Laura Serna Willieand Spann Kenneth Betty Lou Severa OrenJoel andSparks Carol Sewell Thomas Patricia Shandrow 7 Dianaand Spears SallyRay Sharples Spears 2 William Sheehan Jr William Speir Scott and Susan Sherer Royand Sprague Robert Lynn Shick Sprinkles TonySteve and Jenny Shore Stallman LynnBethanie and Dong Shore 2 JohnJoan Stamper Al and Shott 4 Sidetrack Distillery Scott Stansbery JeanJim LeMay Silarski Stanton Steve Debbie Silver 8 Ericand Steffensen David and Donna Simonson 7 Daniel Steinbrink Joe and Dawn Simpson 3 Larryand Stemp Joseph Sandra Sims 4 Joseph Stevenson David and Carol Sindelar Robert Wayne andStevenson Caren Skube JohnChristopher and Melody Slack Stewart Mike andStewart Susan Slade Tyler Michael JanetSlade Stirling2 SaraGreg Slater Stone

Michael Stone Ron Stone Kenneth Storey Stephen Stoyan Walter Strigen Matt and Beth Stroshane Barbara Sullivan Kent Sullivan and Julie Solon Florence Swanson Larry Swanson Mark Swanson V. L. Swanson Esther Sweet Gary Taber Jim Tamminen John Tangen Jason and Elizabeth Tasko Andrew Taylor Cathleen Taylor Hal Taylor Keni Taylor Ron and Eileen Tellefson Todd Templeton Diep and Ann Trang Thach Jim Thomas John Thomas

Michael and Vi Ann Sperry David and Elizabeth Splinter Robert D. Squyres 2 Anil and Harish Srivstava Gary and Lana Stachlowski Irvin and Angelie Stahlnecker Patsy and Thomas Stanaway Terry and Julie Stanford Mark JamesThomas and Cindy Stangl 3 Robert MarciaThomason and Charlie Stansell 2 Mike and Julia Constance Lynn and Stark Thompson William Bradley Thoms and Rebecca Stave Sam andThorne Jeanette Steele Eugene BrianTiller and Karla Steinbach Carl George Stevenson Rowland and Gayle Timmerman Cody Stewart 2 Thomas Todd Terry and Cynthia Stewart 2 Ernest NaomiToedtli Stirgus Bryan JudithTokarczyk and Troy Storfjell Ronald Tollefson Brian Story Tom and Carole Stow 5 Mark Tomsheck Virginia and Anne Stowell Gary Torgison KristineTracy and Joshua Strange Ronald Maurice Stratton 10 Craig Triboulet John and Karen Streich Jack Triplett Kevin Strilcov and Judith Berrian 11 Gunder Trostad Robert and Barbara Strom 8 Steven RichardTruffa Struna Frank Tuomi 7 Roy Stubbs Kenneth Sturman 14 Alan Turner Ken StyerTurner Norman Marjorie Suddard Robert Turton Susan and David Suess 13 William Tyler Jack and Jeanine Sugimoto 5 Mark Underwood Arthur and Janet Sukut 3 Jeffrey Vernon Valley and Steven Sullivan 2 David Van Wy Ann Sweeney Ronald Vandervort David and Janice Sweeney David and Sweet Timothy andMargaret Renee Vay Walt andVelazquez Pat Sweyer 4 Eduardo Donald and Linda Swier Timothy Vendettuoli George Taitano 3 Robert Verlander Michael Talbot Donovan Vigoreaux Eugene Tallman Lamar and Carol Vincent Dale Tallyn Carol andKaren Dominick Vitucci 2 Vito and Tamburello Catherine David Vogeland Thomas Tang Rogerand Tanquist John Ana Voigt Mike Vorrath Tasker Scott Alec and Taylor Alex Ruth Voss Russell and Barbara Taylor Anonymous J. Scott and Cheryl Taylor 2 Eward Wagor Lionel and Betty Taylor 3 William StephenWakefield and Holly Taylor 3 Robert ThomasWaldman Taylor and Diane Allerdice 4 Ted andWall Gwynne Taylor 6 Richard Carter and Bev Teeters Tom Wall Paul andWallin Karen TeGantvoort 5 Joseph Thomas and Janet Tetzlaff

Thomas Walsh Yatfai Wan Larry Warford Jack and Lilly Warnick Robert Washburn Richard Waters Troy Watts William Wear Iain Webber Jeff Webber Mike Webster Dale Weir David Welch Paul Wernecke Larry Wessel Edward and Karen West Charles Westergaard Philip Westfall Max Whisler Stephen Whisman Darren White David and Danita White Jack and Jil White Ted and Carol Widmer Faye Wilcox Lucinda Wilder Gerald Wiley

Tony Tribe 8 Stephen and Angela Trinen Laurence and Joan Trollen Dale and Gail Trombley 2 Ed and Barbara Tronca EIGHTEEN Jake Trujillo Rodney and Rosemary Tureaud James Turner Elizabeth Henry andWillard Leah Turner 8 Gerry Mark Willhelm and Debbie Turpin 3 Brice Williams Bernice Twigg Claudia Vail-Goss 3 Rod Williams Robert Williams and Mary Vallat 9 Steven Dave andWillison Connie Van Slyke Timothy Russell and Vandenbelt 4 Dwight Karen Wilsey Robert Vanderwarker Frank Wilson David Veeck Kevin Wilson Jose and Janet Veliz George RichardWilson-Battle Venne and Josh Carter 4 Richard Winner David and Doral Vial JamesWofford and Ruth Viren 14 Aaron Sherri Virtue and Jaren McFarland Rich Wood Tom Voelk and Mariko Kakiuchi Stanton Wood Larry Vollum Jeffrey Woodbury Victor Voris Richard Woodford Richard Wadley Larry Worley Kenneth and Bonnie Wahl 3 Michael Wray David Wait William Wright 14 Larry Waldron ChrisWynkoop and Jo Walker Paul MichaelWyrick and Lori Walker Herbert Kevin and Shelley Walker 2 James Yahns Lee and Candi Walkowski Gary and Helen Yelle Rick and Jean Wall 4 Steven Don andYob Claudia Walling 4 Daryl Matt Yorek and Fran Walsh Thomas Scot andYoudbulis Dawn Walston 3 Hyosun Clifford Youn Walter and Muriel Albert JohnYoung and Carolyn Walts Jack Crystal and Mark Wargo Kirk Zempel WoodyZieg and Linda Warmoth 14 Robert Tracy Washbond Stanley and Myrna Zimmerman John and Jeanne Washburn Peter BruceZittere and Jackie Watson 3 Dale Zorko Reynold and Barbara Watt 4 David JeffreyZurfluh and Linda Watts 4

Michaele and Herman Wilken Ken and Kathleen Wilkes 3 Richard and Gretchen Wilkinson Robert and Corrine Wilkinson 12 Tim and Beverly Wilkson Courtney and Michelle Will Trevor and Cassandra Will Jim and Muriel Will Christopher and Stephenie Williams David and Mary Williams Keith and Lisa Williams Don and Lauri Williams 4 Edward and Deanna Williams 4 Tony Willing Jim and Katie Wilson Malynda Wilson Scott and Rachelle Wilson Stephen Wilson Donald and Geraldine Wilson 4 Carl Windh 4 Roger and Carolyn Winiecki Jeff Winne John and Linda Winther 4 David and Dixie Ann Winther 12 Ray and Jacquie Witherrite 11 Shelia and Pat Wojewodzki Eugene and Jennifer Wong Larry and Mickey Wood Robert Wood Donald Wood 2 Eve and Adam Wood-Gaines Neil and Neil Sr Woody Benjamin and Rebecca Wool James and Patricia Wooster J Wurster Todd and N.C. Wyatt Mark Wysoski and Kathy Kreps Mario and Diana Yaeggy 4 Patrick and Diane Yomes 3 John Zampardo Frank and Kim Zangar 9 Oliver and Melissa Zara David and Valarie Zeeck Bruce and Mary Zeller 4 Ashley and Sergey Zherebnenko Adam Zivin

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