Gallo Center Rep: Twisted Tales of Poe May 5, 2023

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Fourteen years have passed since I received a phone call from Lynn Dickerson inviting me to discuss taking a position at the Gallo Center. I had been retired for only one year after a 40 year career at Modesto Junior College, and Lynn was looking for someone to direct the Arts Education program at the Center. The volunteer position seemed like a good fit, so I embarked on a journey of hosting and promoting an annual season of shows that brought thousands of students to the Gallo Center. Along the way we created an anti-bullying show of our own, with local actors that toured and performed in schools throughout Stanislaus County and beyond.

The first fully staged production that I presented at the Center was Children of the Dust Bowl . The show was a success and it led to other productions that were copresented with area theatre programs - Modesto Junior College, Merced Playhouse, California State University –Stanislaus, and Prospect Theater Project. These shows presented opportunities for local actors, designers, builders, costumers, and stage managers. The productions were strongly supported by our community audience members. Our first solo production was A Christmas Memory , the musical. This in turn led to the creation of the Gallo Center Repertory Company. I traded in my Arts Education hat at this time to take on the role of Artistic Director for our new company. I am filled with wonderful memories of the plays, the actors, and the production teams I interacted with as a producer, actor, and director. Thank you Lynn for giving me a great second act in life. I also want to thank all my colleagues at the Center

who have been so supportive: Doug Hosner, Al Poulus, Cortney Hurst, Mallory Mitchell, Thomas Garcia, Jeremiah Lewis, Dustin Venicombe, Veronica Caballero, Ryan Foy, Chad Hilligus, plus all of the Front of House team and innumerable volunteer ushers.

I am stepping down as Artistic Director and passing the baton to the capable hands of Ryan Foy. I look forward to many exciting seasons for the Gallo Center Repertory Company. While I am saying farewell to this position, I am not saying good-bye. I will be back next season directing the classic play Born Yesterday for GCRC. One final thing, everything I have achieved in my adult life has been because three incredible women have stood with me, encouraged me and loved me. Thank you Linda, Barbara and Suzanne.


During the height of the pandemic, many theatre companies presented their works online via Zoom, often with plays performed by actors in different locations. That got our wheels spinning; that Gallo Center Repertory Company (GCRC) could do the same thing with some old radio scripts. After exploring the idea, we chose to do something a little different. Rather than Zoom, we recorded our individual actors in front of a green screen speaking only their lines. We then brought the actors together digitally with the appropriate background settings to create a unique media piece. The first “Virtual Theatre” story we told was The Fall of the House of Usher . It was fun, spooky, and entertaining.

After the pandemic lessened, GCRC wanted to return to Usher; but this time include other Poe stories and poems, and present them as a staged radio drama. However, we again pushed the envelope and have instead created a world-premiere, multimedia presentation of Twisted Tales of Edgar Allan Poe . The show you are about to see will present our company acting out the stories accompanied by visual imagery, video, music, poetry, and dance. This original project has given us the opportunity to work with some of the most talented artists in our area.

Edgar Allan Poe’s work allows us to explore not only the dark, but the light as well, and all of the hope and despair therein. Through his madness we can reflect on what is, what was, and perhaps what might be. Keep watch for subtle “Easter Eggs” in some of the video clips projected during the show. For example, when you first came into the theater, did the on-screen image of Poe blink his eyes, or was that just your imagination? We hope you enjoy these tales of the macabre. And so we shall end with the immortal words of Edgar Allan Poe: “I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity. I have absolutely no desire to fit in.”

-Jim Johnson, Wes Page, Jewel Whitaker & Lori Bryhni


Based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe

Conceived, Adapted, and Co-Directed by Jim Johnson, Wes Page, and Jewel Whitaker

Choreography by Lori Bryhni

There will be one 15 minute intermission

Any video and/or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited. This production uses theatrical fog/haze.



Directed by Wes Page, Featuring Keith White (Narrator), Dylan Bargas (Roderick Usher), Ariel Linn Hicks (Madeline Usher), Dean Medek (Valet), and Stephen Daly (Doctor)


Choreography by Lori Bryhni and the Dance Ensemble

Featuring Michael Esquibel and Erin Isaacs


Directed by Jim Johnson

Featuring Cara Cavanaugh (Woman)


Choreography by Lori Bryhni and the Dance Ensemble

Featuring Stephen Daly, Mikaela Heisler, Dean Medek, and Dave Weltner


Directed by Jim Johnson

Featuring Mikaela Heisler (Housekeeper), Stephen Daly

(Old Man), Keith White and Dave Weltner (Officers)


Directed by Jewel Whitaker

Featuring Michael Esquibel (Husband), Erin Isaacs (Wife), Mikaela Heisler (Barmaid), Dylan Bargas and Dave Weltner (Officers)


Choreography by Lori Bryhni and the Dance Ensemble

Featuring Dylan Bargas, Cara Cavanaugh, Erin Isaacs, and Keith White


Directed by Jim Johnson

Featuring Dean Medek (Montresor) and Dave Weltner (Fortunato)


CSU Stanislaus Department of Theatre, Eric Broadwater (Chair)

Nancy Ford

Ty Helton

MJC Arts, Humanities and Communication Division, Rob Stevenson (Dean)

Opera Modesto

Barbara Page

Debbi and George Partridge

Prospect Theatre Project

Corey Strauss

Jeff Swank




Dylan Bargas

Cara Cavanaugh

Stephen Daly

Michael Esquibel

Mikaela Heisler

Ariel Linn Hicks

Erin Isaacs

Dean Medek

Dave Weltner

Keith White


Quinn Gago

Sandi Scheuber

Alex Sheppard

Maggie Sniffen

Lauren Zampieri

Monica Zaragoza

Co-Director……………………………………………………....……. Jim Johnson

Co-Director………………………………………………………............. Wes Page

Co-Director………………………………………………………… Jewel Whitaker

Choreographer…………………………………………………….……. Lori Bryhni

Digital Projections/Sound Design…………………..……… Wes Page

Production Stage Manager................................ Jewel Whitaker

Stage Manager ….................................................... Thomas Garcia

Properties Master .................................................. Anna Blazzard

Costume Designer….................................................. Noelle Souza

Make-Up…............................................................... Vance Whitaker

Lighting Design................................................ Dustin Venicombe

Head Audio................................................................... Josh Reeder

Deck Audio....................................................................... Jon Duran


Gallo Center Repertory Company

Artistic Director......................................................... Jim Johnson

Director of Produced Theatre & Special Programming.................................................... Ryan Foy

Director of Production & Technical Operations.......................................... Jeremiah Lewis

Assistant Director of Production & Technical Operations........................................... Thomas Garcia

Chief Executive Officer.........……………………………… Chad Hilligus

Dylan Bargas has been working within the theatre arts for many years. His acting journey started his freshmen year of high school in Oregon, with the role of the Grinch in a Christmas play. In his last two years of high school, he was a part of an a capella choir, where his love for singing began. He attended Modesto Junior College where he studied acting. He has previously appeared on the Gallo Center stage in MPA’s Bye Bye Birdie and MJC/ GCRC’s Our Town , and most recently GCRC’s Of Mice and Men. Other roles include Snout in A Midsummer Night’s Dream , a Weasel in MJC’s Wind in the Willows , Barthog in Prospect Theatre Project’s A True Fairy Tale , and even performing in Prospect Theatre Project’s Radio Cavalcade. Dylan takes his acting off stage when he dresses up as The Joker for events and fundraisers. On his own time, he practices music and singing, and makes short films. He would like to thank his mother, sister, and his close friends for supporting him throughout the years.

Cara Cavanaugh is a senior at Pitman High School. This is Cara’s first “mad” performance outside her regular Black Box Studio. She’s excited to be here; though, she barely knew what she got herself into. She has always had a love for Fine Arts and is directing an upcoming production of The Plot, Like Gravy, Thickens coming this May. She has a knack for using reusable and found items in her showcases; she’ll see a hay bale in the middle of a field and say, “That’s a good one, I’ll use it in my show.”

Stephen Daly is honored to make his second appearance with Gallo Center Repertory Company in its production of Twisted Tales of Edgar Allan Poe . He’s been in the foothills theater community for over twenty years appearing in


productions at Sierra Repertory Theatre, Murphys Creek Theatre, Fourth Wall Entertainment Troupe, Stage 3, Prospect Theater Project and Shakespeare on the Vine. Stephen received his MFA in Theater from Pennsylvania State University in 1989. Before moving to the foothills, he appeared at Center Stage in Walnut Creek, Magic Theatre in San Francisco, and Three Rivers Shakespeare in Pittsburgh, PA, to name a few.

Michael Esquibel is excited and grateful to be a part of the Poe cast. He was last seen onstage at the Gallo Center as Mr. Gilmer in To Kill a Mockingbird and as Charlie Martin in On Golden Pond . Prior to that, he was in Holes as the Sheriff and several other supporting roles. Michael is originally from San Diego and studied theater arts in Santa Cruz right before the end of the millennium. He has acted in community theater in San Diego at the Fault Line Theater and at the Adams Avenue Playhouse in 2003-2005. He performed at Playhouse Merced as Rod in Avenue Q (2017) and as Dr. Madden in Next to Normal (2018). Michael would like to thank Joy, his amazing wife and his three wonderful children Xavier, Alexander, and Elena for their ongoing support.

Quinn Gagos is very grateful for the opportunity to perform once again after an accidental 3 year hiatus from the stage. She began her dance training at the age of three with Valley Oak School of Dance in Oakdale. She continued to train in ballet, jazz, and tap, with some theater sprinkled in, until graduating from Oakdale High School. Other training includes as an artist with Central West Ballet, Juline School of Dance’s CCSDC, and Ballet San Jose ABT Summer Conservatory. She continued her dance training at The George Washington University

with a major shift to post-modern dance, improvisation, and choreography. Her favorite project was a duet she choreographed and performed in which challenged the dancers to adapt in real-time to five unique settings: dance studio, University Courtyard, lawn in front of the Lincoln Memorial, a drained fountain at the Smithsonian, and the National Mall with the Capitol Building as a backdrop. Other university credits include Rehearsal Director for Ann Carlson, Stage Manager for the Dance Department Spring Show, and casting in guest artist pieces by Anton Ovchinnikov and Erica Rebollar. She graduated from GWU with a BA in Psychology and minors in Dance and Art History. Since returning to the Central Valley, she has been enjoying her employment at the Gallo Center for the Arts, relaunching and running Earthians Care, and being involved with Prospect Theatre Project.

Mikaela Heisler being the rather discombobulated individual that she is, is rather confused as to how she ended up performing here at GCRC, but is absolutely delighted that the whirlwind of life brought her the amazing opportunity to be super duper spooky onstage. Apparently following your passions can lead to all sorts of interesting experiences, whether that be devolving into the madness of Edgar Allan Poe in theatre, or attempting to teach English to manic 12-year-olds in Italy. Some of the recent roles she is most thankful to have played include Sister James in Doubt at Playhouse Merced, Annie Cannon in Silent Sky , Rosie Probert in Under Milkwood , and Hephaestus in Prometheus Bound at CSU Stanislaus. Additionally, she holds passion for linguistics, video editing, doodling, cat corraling, stagecraft, creepy claymation, traveling, and building frankly ridiculously large holes in Minecraft.

Ariel Linn Hicks is honored to reprise her role portraying Madeline Usher from a virtual video a few years ago. Having performed on stage, behind the microphone and in front of the camera, Ariel enjoys bringing characters to life with her unique take, whether playing a killer, creature or even Captain Kirk. Ariel thanks Gallo Center Repertory Company for letting her be a part of The Twisted Tales of Edgar Allan Poe.

Erin Isaacs is very happy and humbled to be able to return to the Gallo stage; especially with such a talented group of folks! A local actor, director and stage manager, Erin received her AAT from MJC in 2019 and has recently returned to Modesto after having moved away for about a year. When not stage managing, or working behind the scenes, you may have been able to catch her IN a performance from time to time; she has worked with Prospect Theater Project, Centerstage Conservatory, Merced Shakespearefest and MJC. Some of Erin’s favorite roles include: Anne De Burg in Miss Bennet ; Christmas at Pemberley (PTP), Friar Lawrence in An all women Romeo and Juliet (CSC), Ivy Westin in August: Osage County (MJC), and Mrs. Soames in Our Town (MJC/GCRC).

Dean Medek is excited to be a part of this unique ensemble production. Dean has performed several other roles at the Gallo Center, including George Bailey in It’s a Wonderful Life , Bob Crachit in A Christmas Carol , Mr. MacAfee in Bye, Bye Birdie , and Editor Webb in Our Town . He has also played lead and supporting roles at Modesto Junior College, including Prospero in The Tempest and Archdeacon Frollo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Dean retired last year after 32 years as a high school

mathematics teacher. He is using his time now to expand his drama resume, especially in film. Dean wishes to thank the directing team for their expertise and diligence. Most of all, he wants to thank his wife, Cheryl, and their three daughters for their support during this production.

Sandra Scheuber is a freelance performer/choreographer. She has been dancing and creating work for decades. Her choreography has been selected for LA Dance Festival, sjDANCEco ChoreoProjects , Joe Goode’s Virtual Open House , SpectorDance Virtual Choreographers Showcases , DVDance Company’s Collective Artists , Nhan Ho Project’s Images of Dance , Mills College Dance Alumni, and others. She was selected as a Project Tier Choreographer for Regional Dance America’s National Choreography

Intensive and for The Ballet Alliance’s Summer Dance Project. She was a choreographic mentor for the Dance Repertory Vision Series for years. She has taught high school dance, master classes, and at many American College Dance Association (ACDA) conferences. She serves as Board Member for the West Region and has served as Secretary and Membership Chair of the California Dance Education Association. She has an MFA in Dance Choreography & Performance from Mills College. A performing highlight was to dance in Jose Limon’s “The Winged” and “Missa Brevis” with sjDANCEco. She also performed with and choreographed for many local companies. With NewGround Theatre Dance Company, she had the opportunity to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. She attends American Dance Festival annually and continues to take weekly dance classes. During the pandemic, she began to dabble in creating dance films. She recently retired from her

career as a business systems analyst and moved back to Modesto.

Alex Sheppard began her dance career at MJC in 2007. From there she went on to receive her BFA in Dance from San Jose State University and her MFA in Dance from St. Mary’s College of California. For the past 8 years she was living in New York City working with many talented artists; Mike Esperanza, Jana Hicks, Marijke Eliasberg, Alison Chase, Omri Drumlevich, to name a few. Alex now lives in Oakland working as a professional dancer, teacher, and mom.

Maggie Sniffen is the Arts Education Programs Manager at the Gallo Center for the Arts. She thoroughly enjoys the enriching, rewarding, and challenging work she does with every arts education program. She received her MFA in Experimental Choreography from UC Riverside and her BFA in Dance from SDSU. Before her time at the Gallo Center, Maggie was part-time faculty in the MJC and SJDC Dance Departments and the Kinesiology Department at CSU Stanislaus. Maggie is also a choreographer and director for local community and regional theater companies. Her credits include The Wizard of Oz (SRTChoreographer), Head Over Heels (CSU StanislausChoreographer), Holes (GCRC-Director). After her most recent role as Cassie in MPA’s A Chorus Line , Maggie has enjoyed dipping her toes back into performance this past year. She is excited to share the stage with former colleagues, friends, and family in this production as GCRC explores new forms of theater making and collaboration.

Dave Weltner has appeared in several community theater productions. He was last seen in the GCRC production of

A Christmas Story as The Old Man. Other roles include Mr. Sir in Holes , Pastor Frank in Corbin Bernsen’s film Life With Dog , Bob Ewell in To Kill A Mockingbird , Spritzer and Mr. Pinky in Hairspray , Sir Guy in ‘ Twas the Night Before Christmas , Bob Cratchit in A Christmas Carol , Albert Peterson in Bye, Bye Birdie , and Ali Hakim in Oklahoma!

Dave is a retired elementary school teacher of 37 years. He is thankful for all the opportunities and friends he has made over the years while he pursues his passion for acting and theater. He would like to thank his wife Kathy for all her love and support.

Keith White attended Howard University where he majored in Drama. He went on to serve 20 years in the United States Air Force. After retiring, he returned to his first love of acting and was immediately cast as a principal in the celebrated Once on This Island by Lynn Ahrens. That same year he was cast in the animated film Ghost Money , as well as a feature film 10 Days in a Madhouse , where he played a small role opposite Christopher Lambert, best known for his work in The Highlander and Mortal Combat. Keith relocated to Northern California in the summer of 2014 and quickly landed roles in two short films, City Council and The Anatomy of a Boxer as well as writing and starring in over 40 internet commercials for a financial education company called FoolProof. His most recent role was that of Doaker in one of August Wilson’s most acclaimed plays, The Piano Lesson

Lauren Zampieri began her dance training in Modesto, California at Juline School of Dance and has maintained a connection to the Central Valley dance community to this day. Lauren continued her dance training at Modesto Junior College and CSU Long Beach, working

closely with Lori Bryhni, Kim T. Davis, Keith Johnson, and others, and has danced internationally in Hungary and Italy with Operation Mobilization. While in Italy, Lauren met her husband and served with him teaching dance and performing, as well as facilitating sports and arts training camps for local youth. Upon returning to the United States, Lauren continued taking classes, performing, and teaching intermittently at MJC and SONdance Christian Dance School. In 2020, Lauren completed her Master’s from Lesley University in Mental Health Clinical Counseling and Dance/Movement Therapy and began working in a psychiatric health facility as a clinical counselor and dance/movement therapist, most recently making the move to a clinical director position, supervising other clinicians and mental health workers to serve the mental health needs in Stanislaus County.

Lauren currently lives in Modesto with her husband and is honored to be once again performing with her beloved dancing friends.

Monica Zarazona has had a love for dance since she was a little girl. She took a dance classes through High School, however her real training began at Modesto Junior College where she was a student for 5 years. At MJC she studied different styles of dance including Modern, Jazz, Hip Hop, and Ballet and performed in many concerts while also having the opportunity to choreograph. She participated in the American College Dance Association (ACDA), representing MJC for 3 years as a dancer, as well as a choreographer. Monica graduated in 2022 from MJC with an Associate’s degree in Dance and recently returned in 2023 to choreograph a piece for the Modern concert as an alumna.



Jim Johnson (Co-Director) serves as the Artistic Director of the Gallo Center Repertory Company. Jim’s recent directing assignments include: The Piano Lesson, Freedom Riders, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Stand and Deliver, The Odd Couple, All Is Calm , and To Kill a Mockingbird. In May of 2024, he is directing Born Yesterday for GCRC. His recent acting roles include Of Mice and Men, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, Our Town, Inherit the Wind, August: Osage County, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Church and State and Tuesdays With Morrie . Jim holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in Communication from California State University, East Bay and a PH.D. in Communication Arts and Sciences from the University of Southern California. After 40 years of service at Modesto Junior College as a Professor of Speech & Theatre, plus Dean of the Arts, Humanities and Communications division, Jim is retired and now dedicates his time to theatre in our community. He previously served for six years as the Gallo Center Arts Education Coordinator in the Pathways to Creativity program.

Wes Page (Co-Director/Digital/Sound Design) is honored to co-direct Twisted Tales of Edgar Allan Poe with longtime colleague and friend, Jim Johnson and the multi-talented Jewel Whitaker. Wes also created the video projections and sounds for the show. He previously served as director for the stage production Mariachi Girl for the Gallo Center. Wes frequently volunteers his time at the Gallo Center, video recording Gallo Center Repertory Company and Sankofa Theatre productions. He last appeared on the Gallo stage as an actor portraying Judge Taylor in To Kill a Mockingbird.

Jewel Whitaker (Co-Director/Stage Manager) is thrilled to be behind the scenes in another GCRC production. She stage managed GCRC productions of All is Calm (2021), On Golden Pond (2022), To Kill a Mockingbird (2022), and Of Mice and Men (2023). T wisted Tales of

Edgar Allan Poe has allowed her to stretch her wings as she makes her directorial debut. She is truly grateful for Jim Johnson and the Gallo Center Repertory Company for allowing her to take the risk, and she is looking forward to next season. An active part of Modesto’s performing arts community Jewel has performed with Prospect Theater Projects’ Radio Cavalcade since its inception, Center Stage Conservatory in 2019, and Opera Modesto in their 2022 World Concert . She is married to local makeup artist extraordinaire, Vance Whitaker, and is the Marketing and Development Manager for Opera Modesto.

Lori Bryhni (Choreographer) is a Professor Emeritus at Modesto Junior College in dance and theatre. Masters of Dance from CSULB, past President; California Dance Educators, and current Regional Director of the American College Dance Association. She is humbled by the good fortune to work with passionate young artists and colleagues that are gifted, kind, and generous with shared values and beliefs in arts education. It is an honor working with each and creating art beside them. Many thanks for this creative and collaborative Edgar Allen Poe theatrical adventure!

Noelle Souza (Costume Designer) is excited to be back working with GCRC! For the stage, she has recently designed Annie , YES Co.’s 30th Anniversary Concert Spectacular, and Singin’ in the Rain for YES Company, On Golden Pond, Holes, All is Calm, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, Little Women, To Kill A Mockingbird, A Christmas Story, and Of Mice and Men for GCRC, and Mother of the Maid and Rough Crossing for Prospect Theater Project. For television, she has worked as the wardrobe stylist for over 15 national commercials for the brand, Grocery Outlet. Ms. Souza holds a degree from the University of San Diego, and you can find more information about her work on her website:

Anna Blazzard (Props Master) Twisted Tales of Edgar Allan Poe is Anna’s third show with Gallo Center Repertory Company as Props Master, and she is delighted to be back! She also worked as Props Master for GCRC’s Of Mice and Men in March and A Christmas Story last December. Anna is both humbled and grateful to be a part of the Arts community here in the Central Valley, in no small part because she is a native of this beautiful Valley herself. Anna studied theatre at Modesto Junior College and California State University-Stanislaus and currently holds an Associate’s Degree in Theatre Arts. A lover of all aspects of theatre, she has worked both behind the scenes in technical work and onstage as an actress. Anna extends her thanks to all those involved with the show, especially the audience, who she hopes has a positively thrilling and haunting time watching Twisted Tales of Edgar Allan Poe!

Edgar Allan Poe was an American writer, poet, editor, and literary critic who is best known for his poetry and short stories, particularly his tales of mystery and the macabre. He is widely regarded as a central figure of Romanticism in the United States, and of American literature. He was one of the country’s earliest practitioners of the short story, and is considered the inventor of the detective fiction genre, as well as a significant contributor to the emerging genre of science fiction. He is the first wellknown American writer to earn a living through writing alone, resulting in a financially difficult life and career.

Poe was born in Boston, the second child of actors David and Elizabeth “Eliza” Poe. His father abandoned the family in 1810, and when his mother died the following year, Poe was taken in by John and Frances Allan of Richmond, Virginia. They never formally adopted him, but he was with them well into young adulthood. He attended the University of Virginia but left after a year due to lack of money. He quarreled with John Allan over the funds for his education, and his gambling debts. In 1827, having enlisted in the United States Army under an assumed

name, he published his first collection, Tamerlane and Other Poems , credited only to “a Bostonian”. Poe and Allan reached a temporary rapprochement after the death of Allan’s wife in 1829. Poe later failed as an officer cadet at West Point, declared a firm wish to be a poet and writer, and parted ways with Allan.

Poe switched his focus to prose, and spent the next several years working for literary journals and periodicals, becoming known for his own style of literary criticism. His work forced him to move among several cities, including Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York City. In 1836, he married his 13-year-old cousin, Virginia Clemm, but she died of tuberculosis in 1847. In January 1845, he published his poem “The Raven” to instant success. He planned for years to produce his own journal The Penn (later renamed The Stylus ), but before it could be produced, he died in Baltimore on October 7, 1849, aged 40, under mysterious circumstances. The cause of his death remains unknown, and has been variously attributed to many causes including disease, alcoholism, substance abuse, and suicide.

Poe and his works influenced literature around the world, as well as specialized fields such as cosmology and cryptography. He and his work appear throughout popular culture in literature, music, films, and television. A number of his homes are dedicated museums. The Mystery Writers of America present an annual Edgar Award for distinguished work in the mystery genre.



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THE MANY WONDERFUL PEOPLE IN OUR COMMUNITY WHO SUPPORT THE MISSION OF THE NON-PROFIT GALLO CENTER FOR THE ARTS. CENTER CIRCLES As of February 15, 2023 LAUREATE’S CIRCLE ($100,000+) John S. & June A. Rogers* CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE ($25,000+) Jim & Sue Coleman Bob & Marie Gallo* Joseph & Ofelia Gallo Mary C. Gallo DIRECTOR’S CIRCLES ($10,000+) Carl & Carole Boyett The Caron Family Tim & Holley Coppetti Central Valley Trees and Landscape Services Inc. Robert & Cheryl Fantazia Norma Foster Maddy The Mayol Family & Team PSC Katy & Ken Menges David & Jeanne Olson Jason, Beki, & Stephen Rush Chris & Stephanie Tyler David & Julie Vander Wall Doug & Kim Vilas Billee S. Zanker Anonymous (1) AMBASSADOR’S CIRCLE ($5,000+) American Chevrolet –The Halvorson Family Ray Barragan James Beard Melvin & Barbara Bradley Tom & Kelly Cook Dawn Cunningham & Philip Trompetter* Paul Michael Eger & Kim Cabassi Jim & Carole Enochs* Dr. Clarke & Stacey Filippi Elvio P. & Susan J. Filippi Damon & Melissa Franzia Mr. & Mrs. William Gagon Mary E. Gallo & Costantino Lucisano Christopher & Jessica Godden Wayne & Susan Henry Judy Herrmann Doug & Susan Highiet Gary & Mary Ippolito Nan & Steve Jacobs Ginger & Kent Johnson Curtis & Kimberly Jorritsma Daryl & John Lillie Richard & Brenda Lowry Modesto Transfer & Storage Gary & Sharilyn Nelson Dr. Roland & Kate Nyegaard* Ruthann Olsen* Dr. John & Patricia Pfeffer Alice Renfroe Fred & Susan Rich D. F. Ritchie* Cynthia Rodgers Janet Rogers & Bev LaBelle Bill Rose Norman E. Rusca, Jr. & Gloria Bracco Silva Injury Law, Inc. Ray & Joan Simon* Bonnie Strauss Randy Wayne Summers University of California, Merced Dr. Gary & Babette Nunes Wagner* James & Alice Yip* PATRON’S CIRCLE ($2,500+) A. L. Gilbert Company Harold & Marlene Agresti Carolyn Ahlem* Jim & Carol Ahlem Julie & Karie Aksland-Renfroe Ayera Technologies, Inc. John & Diane Bellizzi Eric & Carol Benson Patrick G. Blum & Gina A. Quaid, MD Tracy & Bruce Bondi Dale Boyett Brent Burnside - Burnside Body Shop Kris Brocchini Rob & Dianne Burkett The Carroll Family Mr. & Mrs. John Casazza Ron & Karen Champion Randy & Sandy Clark Richard & Sharon Clauss* Tom & Tami Cosentino Daniel Del Real – Del Real Group Scott & Pam Denney Dominic DePalma Ron & Janice Emerzian* John & Lezzette Ervin Kenni & Lou Friedman Lit & Judy Fung Dale & Glenda Gaither Carole Garton & Family Jeff Gaudio & Karen Freeborn Jay & Diane Gilbert The Graspointner Family Allen & Deborah Kidwell Grayson Clive & Jean Marie Grimbleby Doug & Kathy Harms* Devon & Rosalie Hill Kathleen & Charles Holmberg Dennis & Kathy Hoskins Jeanette Hubbard* Craig & Lisa Jamison Wilmar & Judy Jensen* Brian & Ann Kline Michael & Claudia Krausnick Dan & Bonnie Leonard Cory & Michelle Lewis Dr. Alex Mari and Family Ed & Mimi Maring Garrad & Dallas Marsh* Marni Martin David & Gloria Mraz Chris & Rebecca Murphy Aaron Brown & Norik Naraghi New Bridge ManagementAdrian Harrell Nicholson Family O’Brien’s Market Miriam Olsen Ernest & Susan Ott* Reuben & Teresa Peterson Butch & Sue Pirrone Marion Potter-Ingles & Bart Ingles Jeff & Barbara Quinn Carl & Mary Lou Rice Donna Robinson Dr. James Robinson & Ms. Kathy Kohrman* Larry & Judy Robinson Dr. Jerome & Corrine Robson* Joaquin & Myrna Rose John & Marge Scheuber Bill & Dr. Niamh Seavy Joe “Bud” & Joan Shimmon Jim & Peggy Shiovitz Judith Simms Dick & Patty Stevens Gary & Ann Stone Ronald V. “Bud” & Patricia J. Stone Joe & Ann Swain T & M Farms Suzanne S. Tubman Bruce & Grace Valentine Ann M. Veneman Phyllis Walden Waterson Hay Market, Inc. Gary & Barbara West Linda G. West* Matthew & Sandra Weston-Dawkes Gary & Helen Wick Steve & Jennie Zeff PARTNER’S CIRCLE ($1,200+) Cynthia & John Alba Dr. Robert Altman & Dr. Yvonne Brouard* Steven Anderson & Beth Nagle Ron & Sherry Angin Angelica J. Anguiano Esq George & Marie Bairey* Dr. Ashley J. & Deborah Barboza* Margaret J. Barker* Betty Beard Allen & Carol Beebe The Begouns Gary & Helen Bell Carol Berberian & Philip Fincher* Pam Berg Joyce Bienvenu* James & Barbara Blankenship Jean-Charles Boisset & Gina Gallo George & Anna Boodrookas Tom & Jill Bower Kirstie Boyett & Alan Zacharias Braden Farms Anne & George Britton* David & Cheryl Brown Tony Bruno Glenda Brush Clifton & Sherri Butler Mary Byers Tim & Suzanne Byrd California State University, Stanislaus Steven Campbell Joan Cardoza Lorraine Cardoza Champion Industrial Contractors Inc. Lynn & Joellen Chappell Kevin & Melanie Chiesa Nathaniel & Rachel Clopton Buzz & Kathleen Cohn Corie Coleman Tom & Laurie Conradson
Christine Corning Cyndi Czop In Memory of Matthew E. Davis Charles & Karyn Dawson Ted & Janet Dickason Ron & Lynn Dickerson The Patrick & Lori Dodd Family Marilyn Dompe Karlene Duckart* Jim & Patty Duval Jim & Roni Edgmon Ken & Stacey Elving Frank & Sharon Farmer Craig & Debbie Felix Bob & Carole Fernandes Dr. & Mrs. Richard Fisher Armando & Amber Flores Janelle Foster Jenny Foster Leesa & Mitchell Gagos Nancey Gagos* Kristin Galloway & Family Larry Gerber Gianelli - Nielsen David & Maureen Gianelli Rob & Jan Gilbert Christina & Victor Gomez Janelle Gray Stacey Green Byron & Jane Gregerson Fritz & Phyllis Grupe Marty & Kay Grynbaum Rick & Janet Haak Bob & Jan Hagopian Kathy Hansen Harry’s Affairs - Broumas Family Pam Hayes Jack Heinsius & Christine Olson Dennis & Vicky Hermreck John & Mary Ellen Hertle Vickie Higginbotham Dr. Joseph L. Higgins, Jr. Chad & Mark Hilligus-Powell Douglas R. Hilson & Manuel M. Costa Linda Hischier Dr. Richard Holihan Richard & Juliana Hughes Intrinsic ElementsSusie Fagundes & Michelle VanArtsdalen John & Edith Jacinto Bill & Nancy Jackson Jak Sodhi - Sodhi Law Group Cathy Jennison Jim & Linda Johnson J. Michael & Susie Keckler Richard A. Kendrick, MD Jack & Wendy Kennedy Jim & Cathy Kolsky Nick & Linda Konner John & April Kruse Peter & Kathleen Lai Dennis & Libbie Lanigan John & Faith Lawder Travis & Tara Lee Robert & Susan Levy Frank & Elizabeth Liberini Terry & Kate Lindberg Peter & Alexandra Loew Robert & Suzanne Longstreth Sharon Lovalvo Janice Lucero Lori Manon & Harvey F. Palitz M.D. Dave & Sally Mantooth* Jeremy Matthews Bill Mattos Mercy Maya & Ruben Haro Tony & Gail McBride* Tim & Elaine McConnell James & Nannette McKay Janet McMahon Vita McSherry William & Marilyn Michael The Middleton Family Steve & Debbie Mitchell Miyamoto Farms Don & Gloria Monaco Dick & Jeanine Monteith Jorene M. Moratto & Sharon J. Tereshka Dr. R. J. Moriconi & Mr. Tony Alonzo Carl & Brenda Morris Pat & Carol Mulrooney Marshal Musselman Bill & Lorelee Nichols Tom & Peggy O’Donnell Orion Promotional Group Brad & Anna Pagonis-Pitts Steve & Pam Pallios* In Memory of James Robert “Moose” Parsons Bill & Cathie Peck Steven Perry & Ann Marie Truscello Harry T. Phillips John & Cheri Phillips Donna Pierce Phillip & Melina Prull Dr. Michael & Michaela Purnell Carol Putler David Quinonez & Yolanda Meraz Robert & Carol Radke Tim & Peggy Ragsdale Matt & Rose Marie Reavill Jeff & Sheila Redoutey Randy & Lori-Cae Reece Jim & Chris Reed Regional Hand Center Dr. Benjamin & Mrs. Darlyn Remington Catherine Rhee & Jill Braaten Donald & Donna Riley Mike & Lisa Ringer Ivan Rizo & Liana Ramos Pam, Dave, & Jill Robert William & Christine Roberts Pam & Glenn Robison Mariphil Romanow-Cole Kim & David Rose Rossini Menswear & Formalwear Marylou Rousseau Cecil & Nancy Russell Ed & Mary Sai Sergei Samborski & Diana Loomis John & Mary Ann Sanders Robert A. Saunders* Marsha Savage Philip & Therese Schmidt Delsie Schrimp Pamela Shelton-Allen, State Farm Insurance David & Carol Shour Marie S. Silveira Matt & Claudia Sinclair Thomas & Val Smart Tom & Denise Solomon Karen Somers & Carolyn Ward Todd & Cheryl Stevens Ridge & Mary Ann Sutter Jeff & Renee Swank Swatman OrthodonticsDr. Matt Swatman Joan Theaker Andrew & Betsy Timbie Delmar Tonge Family Patti Torrens & Jim Ladd Aaron Valencia & Gloria Soriano Tom & Grace Van Groningen* Tom & Diane VanderVeen Burt & Polly Vasche* Peter Vella Chick & Lynda Venturini Steven & Arlene Vilas Nancy Von Gunten Marsha Waggoner Hans & Carla Wagner Steve & Jennifer Ward Austin & Jayne Waters The Richard Waycott Family Jim Weaver & Shannon Gilbert-Weaver Ella Webb & Shelley Dameron Tom & Susie Wenstrup Mark & Laura Wharff* Dr. Spencer & Nathan Whatcott Susan Windemuth & Tom Holliday Henry & Susan Winters Gary & Darlene Wiseman Terry & Christen Withrow* H. Howard & Debbie Wright Dr. Timothy & Caren Yao Capt. Kevin E. Young Lynn & Sue Zwahlen Anonymous (5) *Charter Donors FRIENDS OF THE CENTER & AMIGOS OF THE CENTER As of February 15, 2023 ASSOCIATE ($750+) Virginia Carder Mike & Kimberly Caskey Mr. & Mrs. Greg Coleman* Gary & Sharon De Vries William & Lori Doyle Marilyn Falkenhagen Odette Florence Bob & Cindi Fores Michael & Ida Fragulia Sharon & David Froba Mike & Regina Goncalves Patricia Grace Dennis & Judy Gregory Janice K. Hammond Denise Haubrich Maree Hawkins RJ & Diane Heck Sabrina & Randy High, Jr. Scott & Suzanne Hulsey Duane & Deanna Hutton Industrial Electrical Co. Mark & Mary Ann Jensen John & Nellie Lazar Diane Lemire - The L.E. Myre Co.* Ann & Gary Lewis Jim & Birgitt Mayol William & Barbara McDermott Mistlin Honda Rose & Steven Morrow Jennifer Murer & Chester Boltwood Gilbert Nessier Barbara V. Padmos
Mrs. Lillian Pauletto Diane Pierson Dr. Jon & Lynn Pont Ben & Theresa Robinson Bud & Ann Saalwaechter Roberto & Angela Salinas Joe “Bud” & Joan Shimmon Nancy Bienvenu Simas Dr. Donald Strangio Liz Trauring Fred & Jackie Treat Barbara Van Overbeek Donald & Alison Wenstrand Ken White & Robin Johnson Theodore Williams Micah & Shannon Zeff Anonymous (1) CONTRIBUTOR ($300+) Bruce & Katheryn Abanathie Bob & Joanne Abraham Ad Club Airpath Communications Christine Andrews William & Judy Aprile Don & Barbara Arney Victor & Allison Arroyo Daniel Arthur Douglas & Carol Ash Patricia Atnip Bert & Jackie Ballatore* Kay Barnes Richard & Lelia Barzan Tom Bates & Marcia Newton Ramon & Becky Batista Rita Bawanan & Rick Merzoian* Paul Baxter George & Susan Beach Phillip & Margaret Beck Bruce & Ann Beekman* Dave & Kathy Benn Mary & Eric Benson Richard & Robin Berdion Donald & Nancy Bergman Robert & Linda Bergstrom Miriam Bermann Marilyn Machado-Bianchi & Jack Bianchi Carol Blomquist Gary & Kathleen Boudreaux Brent Bowler Michelle Bowling Dr. J. Michael Boyd & Ms. Rayne Dessayer Drs. William & Kathryn Boyer James & Barbara Brady Hugh & Christine Brereton Donald & Judie Brimmer Alton A. Brody, Jr Chad & Cheryl Brown Bob & Eska Brunker Daniel & Lindsay Bryan William & Amelia Bryan William & Edith Burchell* Sandra Burdick Ellen Burns* Jim & Janice Bussey Dale Butler Natalie H. Bydak Arden Cademartori Ray & Fran Camagna Tess Camagna Patti Canoles & Kathy Short Pam Carder Martha Carter-Bhatti Dr. Javier & Mrs. Carrie Castillon Ernie Chachere Ron Cherrier Nick & Mardy Chipponeri Linda Chrabas* Steve & Linda Collins* Ryne & Ricki Conder Bob & Toni Conway Walt & Leslie Cooley Michael & Antoinette Cope Jutta Copeland Harold & Chrys Copp Darell & Norma Cordova Ricardo Cordova & Jane Manley Al & Kathy Cotton Chuck & Phyllis Craft Linda & Michael Crawford Dionicio Cruz Katie Cullen Michael Cunningham Lana Daily The Dance Academy Zoe Del Prete Delta Pacific Investment Management Dr. Amardeep Deol Norene Dexter & Robin Moss Tim Diaz & Donna Barbera-Diaz Linda C. Diggs Marcie S. Dillon Rick & Charlie Dodge Jerry & Liz Doll Joan Dompe Bill & Jonaca Driscoll* James & Tina Driskill Judi Dumas Marcie Y. Dunn Patricia Eavenson Roberta Edge Gorden & Susan Engstrom Loretta Fager Eileen Faria Ed & Jodi Felt John & Shelly Fichtenkort* Jim & Jane Findarle Bill & Dorothy Finnegan Joan Fischer Donald & Sherry Fitzgerald Leonilo & Soliel Flores Raquel Flores Dr. Garry & JoAnn Found Randall Foxworthy James & Sylvia Fraiser Denis & Joan France Mathew & Elizabeth Francis C. Fraser John & Marie Gaffney Grace Galindo Dave Garcez Bill & Linette Garton Lynette Gayles Robert Gioletti & Sons Dairy Dr. Howard Goldor & Rhonda L. Kluender Anna Gomez Chella Gonsalves Duane & Maryann Gonsalves Dennis & Linda Goodman* John & Cheryl Goulart* Curtis & Nancy Grant Ron & Rhonda Grider Scott & Alene Griffin Carol Grose Mr. Robert Guidotti* Donna L. Haight Bud & Kay Haley Julio & Rosa Hallack Family Trust Dave & Kathy Halsey Lou & Laurie Hampel Carol Hannen* Michael & Penny Hansen Tod & Mary Hansen James C. Hanson Jr Dyan Hawkins-Hayes Eric Hayes Deb Heckendorf Janet Heilbronn Wayne & Susan Hickman Patricia Hill Thomas Art Hill & Marjorie Cook Elaine M. Hill Robert & Sherrill Hillberg Dirk & Gladys Hoek* Tom & Janet Holtzclaw Larry & Patti Hughes* Citrea Indelicato Cindy Jackson Douglas & Gail Jamieson* Darryl & Shelli Johnson Stephen & Donna Jones William Jones Joe & Cindy Jordao Jeff & Tara Kahler David & Kathy Kalunian Ken & Valerie Karn William & Mary Kaska Blanche Keener Eva & Michael Kennedie Pat Kilgore Gaylan & Cathey King Merv & Barbara King Mildred Kinser Mrs. Leslie Shaw Klinger Birgitta Knudsen Sonja Knutsen Owen & Marietta Kummerle Dr. Peter & Vicki La Torre David & Margaret Lake Sue Larson Mr. & Mrs. Travis Laughlin Shannon LeDuc Beverley Lee Ray & Louise Leverett Joseph & Patricia Lima Kathleen Line Barbara Linthicum Mike & Betty Loche Brian Lorenzo Stuart Loux & Carole Mason-Loux Duane & Linda Lovaas Edward & Diana Lyons Tom & Jeannie MacDonald Mel & Pamela Machado John & Zita Machado Kevin & Debbie Mahoney Linelle Marshall Ira & Pat Matheny* James & Mary Maxedon Richard Mazzuto James McArdle Jr. Dennis & Veronica McCabe Jim & Janine McClanahan Robert & Shirley McConnell Leslie & Brian McCoy Karen McGee Dr. Robert & Katie McGrew David & Kathy McKenzie John & Pat McKillip
Beverly McKinney Patricia & LaRue Mead Lavonne Meader Janie Meily Eileen Melson Andrew Mendlin & Valli Israels Jorge & Erika Mendoza Mark & Susan Mensinger Commissioner Lynne Meredith Bob & Barbara Meyer Linda Milam John & Virginia Miller Robert & Ann Miners Stan & Tracy Montalbo II Mr. & Mrs. JC Mooney Martin & Leslie Moreno Sean & Mara Mullins Elaine Myers Len Napolitano James Nard Jeanne Nation Travis Nelson & Natalie Thompson Ken & Debra Newburg Thomas Niblett Karen A. Nicholson Edward & Laurie Nuccio Robert & Susan Oerline Daniel & Kimberly Ogden Calvin & Eileen Olson Cathy & Gene Orland Rex Osborn & Linda Abeldt Felicia Osnaya Anthony & Debbie Pacheco Richard J. Panzarino Bill & Margaret Parkhurst David & Elizabeth Partridge John Patton Hazel Paul Carmen Pedrioli Gary & Marlene Peters Stewart & Valerie Peters Robert & Diana Pfitzer Mel & Dorothy Picanco* Ken & Darlene Pierson Judie Piscitello Bill & Diane Pohl Gaby & Odette Polous Sally S. Price Bill Pritchard Roger & Laurel Pruitt Ron & Cindy Rake Ron Ramos Patricia & Robert Raspo* Ginger Ratto Ross Redding & Deborah Steinberg H. Dieter & Hanna Renning Jerry & Seena Rhine Rafael Rivas Anna Roberts & Bruce Klovsky Robert & Suzanne Robinson Pete & Charlie Rodgers James & Beth Rokaitis The Honorable Hugh & Willie Rose Deni Royer Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Rubino Vincent & Marla Rucubo Donna Ruddick Sylvia J. Rudy* Diana Ruiz Mary D. Ruvalcaba Brent & Sally Sales Robert & Kathy Schenone Jim & Gail Schiffman Janette Schonhoff John Schulz Ted & Linny Schut Nora Scott* Steve & Anna Seidell Steve & Nancy Semorile Bobbie Sesma Don Setaro & Bonnie Munson Ronald & Shelley Setliff Jeff & Linda Shadden Stephanie Shelton Barbara A. Silva Cathy Silva Tillie Silva Bill Simmons & Joanne Porto Stan Sinclear Grant & Holly Smith Carl & Theresa Snyder Janet Soares Mike & Carol Solario Guillermo W. Sosa Jr. Filomena Sousa Darrell & Christine Souza Joyce A. Starkey* Dorothy Starr The Stedtfeld Family Carletta Evans Steele Donald & Mary Stephenson Alexis Stirling & Rosemary Odell Sandra Stoll-Goodman Arlene Stuefloten Dave & Jan Sundy Michael & Loretta Sutherland Rex & Valerie Sutter Michael Swaim Rick & Andee Swanson Gordon & Pat Sweeny Van & Nancy Switzer Ray & Yvonne Taylor Richard Taylor Steve & Terri Taylor Roger & Karina Tejeda Michelle Tolby Chris & Jackie Tomafsky William & Trudie Treshler Mark Trice Dr. Charles & Mrs. Kerry Tsai John Hendry & Nancy Turner Tricia Turner John F. Turocy Tom & Denae Van Duyn Gregory & Jeri VanVooren Norma M. Vance Rachelle Vande Pol Lorese G. Vandemark, DDS* Albert & Marcella Veldstra Nancy Villarreal Scott & Christina Vincent Paul Voorhees* Dr. John & Roberta Walker Bill & Kris Walley Bob Walsh Derek & Ruth Waring Richard & Janet Watts Susan Wedegaertner Elizabeth C. Weil John & Jacqueline Wetzler David & Cindy White Suzanne Wilke Ed & Hellen Willhide Russ & Jeannie Winton Dennis & Jean Wittchow* Todd & Lisa Wright Bobby & Karen Yamamoto David & Melba Yarbrough Barbara Young Michael & Chris Zeppa Mike & Linda Zoslocki Anonymous (9) SUPPORTER ($150+) Abney Carpet Mel & Judy Abrew Maria Aceves Lesa Acquaviva Leslie Adair Pamela & Raymond Aguilar Delores Aguiniga Chris & Jackie Ake Ernest Alejandro Robert & Susan Allaire Juan & Veronica Allala American Pallet, Inc. John & Harriett Amistadi Mary Applebaum Brian & Gretchen Arbini Scott & Dawn Arbogast Manuel Ares Laura Arrington Gary & Becky Asai Wes & Gini Asai Steve Auldridge Casey & Daniel Aviles-Chavez George & Helen Badal* Baez Design Group Carl & Judi Baggese David C Bailey Julie & Phil Bailey Noreen Baker Baking Memories David Baltz Blanca A. Banuelos Dr. Eric Barter D.C. Raymond & Dorothy Bathke Amanda Bayless David & Melissa Beach Rick & Melanie Brooks Bruce & Lois Bear Christine Beckstrom Gerard & Loretta Begen Gordon & Gayle Behrens Bryan Bell Catherine Beltran Donald & Cynthia Belyeu Lisa Benge Julianne & Michael Benisch Kathryn Berta Debbie Bice & Sam Autry Jim & Betty Bickner Mike & Karen Biglow Frances Billington Denise Bingham William & Danelle Bishop Sandy Blagg Brent & Julie Bohlender Gary P Bonar Karen Bonillas Kelly Borrero Jeff & Ann Bowman Lisa Boyd Karel Brady Gene & Christine Brandi Nancy Brashear Michael Brennan Keith & Charlotte Brewer Frances Brom Mark & Christine Bronson Jon Bruno David & Ilona Brush
Kenneth & Johnna Bryant Patricia Busher Charles & Kelly Butler Don Cabral Mr. & Mrs. Calloway John & Wendy Campopiano Thomas & Virginia Canadas Charles & Laurie Carley Maxwell & Cathy Carlson Susan Carlson Lorie Carlsson Paul Cava Dawn Ceizler Richard & Lynis Chaffey Judy Chamberlain Patrick Chavez Howard Chi Jason Choate Mrs. Anna Ciccarelli* Sharon Cipolla Ed & Rebecca Ciszek Mrs. Toni D. Clark Elizabeth Clarke Gary Clinton Gladys Cluff-Cunningham Mitchell Cohen Cathy Coito* Paul Collison David Colombo Marcus Connelly Gregory & Kellie Connors Jose & Debra Copado Kenneth & Karen Cornick Paul & Karen Cornwell Christopher & Angelique Correia Albert C. Costa LeRoy & Melinda Costa Margaret & Steve Cousins Mike & Jennifer Cowell Trish Crawford Joanne C. Crist Michael & Pauline Cuchna Bernie & Gay Cummins Joe & Jennifer Cunningham Joe & Bonnie Cursey Erin M. Custer Michael R. Daley Cara A. Davis Cathlin Davis Marsha R. Davis Michael & Sharon Davis Roland & Jacalyn Davis Steve B. Davis Becky Dawson Ann De Alba Tammy De Long Matt & Debbie DeBoer Lee DeFant Don DeGiobbi Carl & Lynette Degnan Kirk & Cathy DeLaMare Mark & Michelle Delucchi Robert & Christine DeMont Joan Devine Ed & Pam Di Francia Dr. Dallas & Susan Dillon J. Kamron & Lara Dirks Susan Donker Michael Donohoe William Dotinga & Jahir Salazar Stephen Douville Glenn L. Driskell Jr. Kathleen DuBose Jeffrey Duke Dustyn Dustyn Jeffrey Dwork Rick & Melissa Eason Beverly Eaton Rory Edmisten Craig Elia Sharon Elizondo Henry & Valerie Engbrecht Donna English Steven & Ragena Ensley Randall & Allison Epperson Teresa Erickson Angie Espinoza & Mary Cruz Nelson & Frances Estrada Mark & Melanie Evans Eve & Me Jeff & Diana Fairbanks Robert & Martha Falzone Lindi Farmer Ardette Fassler Kent & Truda Faulkner Karen A. Feist Jorge L. Fernandez Brad Ferrini & Charlene Fowler Bonnie Feuer Alan J. Finocchio Mike & Corrine Firpo John & Molly Flemate Francine & Steve Foley Jon & Debi Ford Judy Fountain Henry Foy & Maggie Foy Kathy & Roger Francis Sherry Frazier Glenn Fredriks Lorraine Freitas Amy Fritz Bobby Fryer Peter & Lidia Gaines Rebecca Gaither Joyce Gandelman Evan Garamendi Jaime Garcia John & Teddie Gasper Don & Carrie Gatti Daniel R. Gee John George William George Joe & Carol Giammona Marianne C. Giddings* Pam & Steve Gifford Lynn Gilbert Pam Giusto Sean & Janet Gleason Mr. Barry Goldman & Dr. Irit Goldman Frank & Cindy Gomez Diana Gomez Jesse & Alejandra Gomez Richard & Maria Magdelena Gomez Dr. Michael V. Gonzales John & Susan Goodman Donna Goyette Mary Graham Jerry & Barbara Grandon Rusty Grant Jesse Graves Terry Gray & Linda McElroy John & Roberta Greenstreet Heidi Gremel Karen Grimes Vicki Groff Kathleen V. Grundy Carolyn Grzecki Cheryl Gulliksen Bill & Rita Habeeb Cindy Hagemann Christopher & Trina Hall Andrea M. Hall-Cuccia Bob & Janet Harper Mary Hartsfield Chuck & Elizabeth Harvey Patsy Harvey Tom & Judith Haskins The Charles Hatz Family Kenneth & Beverly Haub John & Patricia Hawkins Robert & Kathleen Head Richard & Barbara Heckendorf* Herbert & Norma Helbig Larry & Carmen Hellikson Byron Henderson Joel Henderson Nona Henderson & Sydney Ogan Sue Henderson James & Sonia Henman Charles & Linda Hennings Dr. José Salvador Hernández Franciso & Mona Hernandez Omar Hernández Claudia Herrera Berna Hilgers Carl & Patricia Hill Mary & Jim Hill Harold & Wilda Faye Hill Ronald W. Hillberg Dr. Bruce Hinkley Nancy J. Hinton Alden Ho Dennis Hobby & Caroline Low-Hobby Dave Hoberg & Shari Larsen Doug & Margaret Hodge Mike & Leslie Holder Dean & Pat Holloway Alan Holowich Jerry & Diane Hougland Dave & Robbi Huckaby* Sam & Marie Hussain Carol Huth Major Robert E. Inches Mary Ann Inderbitzen Todd & Lori Irinaga Sonya E. Isaeff Mrs. Judy Israels Mary Jackson Karen A. Jacobs Lynn & Christine Jamison Eduardo & Rosa Jimenez David & Angie Johnson George & Carolyn Johnson Glenera Johnson Jim & Louise Johnson Larry & Judy Johnson Bill & Margaret Johnson Rick & Patricia Jones Anthony & Rosi Jordan Woody & Ellie Jorritsma Sheila Josh Todd Jousset Sandra J. Juarez Mike & Debby Kavarian Richard & Stacy Keas Carla Kelley Helen Kennedy Mike Kerr Dan & Stacie Keyser Stephanie Kincanon George King & Nancy Snodgrass John & Marianne Klink
Pam Knepper Soren & Sharon Knudsen Eric & Lori Kramer Dave & Marsha Krysinski Pat Kuhn Ted & Shirley LaBass Joseph A. LaFranzo Brian & Deana Landingham Frances Langston Eli & Irene Lanigan Victoria A. Lawrence Patty Lea Ugo & Sally Lea Edmund Lee Mary Ann Lee Robert & Mary LeFevre Kathleen Leibowitz Larry & Donna Leitner Jeanette Lenahan Jennifer Leoniak Alice R. Lessard Cheryl Lew Craig & Harriet Lewis Guy & Nancy Lilly Susan E. Lilly Brenda Lindenberg Joan A. Little Stan & Adele Little Steven Logan Rosario Lopez Larry Lovelady Melvin & Betty Lowe Andrew Lucich Raymond & Frances Luna Eric & Sandra Luttrell Roger D. Lynn Judith Lyons Joann MacDonald Joe Machado & Jeanette Tingley David & Rosa Magana Jorge & Elda Magana Michael Maiman Charlie & Jean Mallory Lester & Sue Malone Donald & Debbie Manning Victor & Janie Marchini Aaron & Shawna Martella L. Reno & Bridget Martinelli Marcy Matos Ted & Tula Mattingly Ramona & Joseph Mattos Bob Mau & Cheryl Meeker-Mau John & Pamela Mayne William & Martha McCandless Baron & Rhonda Darling McDonald Lisa M. McDonald Jan McDonnal Michael McNamara Shirley McPhee Colbie McRae Marilyn McRitchie Terri Mercer Beverly Merritt Eric Miedema Dorothy J. Miller Fred & Leanne Miller Kevin Millis Michele Milton Judy Minson Sally Mitchell David & Shellie Mollett Calvin & Mary Ellen Moorad Laura Moore Norma Moore Ben & Jan Mora Harold Moreland Nataly Moreno Rod & Freda Motto* Harold & Romy Mueller Tina Munoz Dennis & Judy Murphy Michelle Myers Kris & Rick Nagle Robert & Elena Naldi Joe & Janet Neal Darrell & Roxanne Nelson Terry & Elizabeth Nelson* Nicole Neri Susan Neufeld Chris & Cathy Neville Kerry & Marie Newman Dan & Karen Nickell Jaclynn Niemeyer Rick & Heather Nunes Deborah Ogden Fernando Olaguez Lisa Oliva Bill & Diane Oren Mary Orlando Scott Orr Thad & Kristin Ortez Bradley Osato Kelly Osman Margaret Ott Melinda Owen Charlotte Pacheco John Paul Padilla John A. Palombi Mercy Park Robert Patch Stephen & Nikki Patricio James & Annamary Peck Alberto Perez Doris “Dorie” D. Perez Michael & Leslie Pettinger Jerold & Barbara Phillips Lowell & Mary Pierce Jaime & Tammy Pirnie Mario & Christina Posadas Sue Preus Lynn & Shirley Quilici Carol Quinlan Lori & William Rains Ricky & Janet Ramsay Dolores C. Rangel Nancy Rasmussen Frank & Mollie Ratto Henry Raygoza Sandra Reed Charles & Sandra Reese J Dominic & Shari Reilley Jean & Johanne Reno Mike & Mona Restuccia Joel Reyna Jr Curtis & Chris Reynolds Nancy L. Reynolds Jeffrey Rhodes Lisa Ribeiro Scott D. Rice Damon & Michele Richmond Bob Riedel Kevin & Janet Riley Lupe Rios Richard & Syd Robenseifner Kent & Suzanne Roberts Gary & Patty Robertson Doug & Donna Robinson Jeannie Robinson Norma Robles Leroy & Kelli Rocha Pete Rocha & Daphne Short Ernest & Ysabel Rockwell Ronald Rodriguez Angela Rosenquist Jerold & Jeanette Rosenthal Paul & Barbara Rossitto Bruce & Lolaine Ruskin William Ryan & Pam Thompson-Ryan Mr. Luis F. Salcedo Ramon Salinas Jesica Sanchez Janet Sand David & Thida Sandoval Coleen Sanguinetti Steve & Janelle Santos Sherrie Satariano Chris & Heidi Savage Paul Schierenberg Shirley Schmaltz Connie Scholten Jean A. Schroeder Jane Schwartz William H. Schwolow Brant Scott Mandi Seelye Mark & Marsha Seivert Jerilyn Self Barry & Janet Selover Amanda Sephos Dennis Serpa Anne Shanto Jim & Bobbie Sharp Kenneth Shatswell & Adrina Panero Donald & Veronica Shaver Katherine Sheldon Sue Shepherd Shining C Cattle Don & Karin Shively Charles & Karen Shoup Sue & Randy Siefkin John & Patricia Silveira Leah Silvestre Franklin Ana Simoes Roger & Susan Sitton Ann Skarbo Chester Smith Jan Smith Mary Smith Polly Smith Brenda & Steve Smith Yudelka Solano Larry & Jane Souza Dan & Fonya Spielman Steve & Cindy Spiro Joe & Dolores Stackhouse Wesley & Patricia Stambaugh Dr. Harold Stanislaw* David & Cindy Starkey Pamela Starks Dr. Michael Steine & Dr. Heather Bessoff Kenneth & Lillian Stokes David & Debby Stout Cheryl Stutler & Friends James & Jacquelyn Summers Sharon Sumner Steven C. Swanson Phil & Robin Swearingen John & Karen Talbot Flor Tataje Mark & Suzanne Taylor Susan Taylor

Rod & Freda Motto Anonymous (1)


Cortney Hurst

$150+ City Ministry Network

David Falzone

Jerry & Diane Hougland

Trent & Ivey Mayol

Dr. Robert & Katie McGrew

Philanthropic Education Organization

Gerald & Rebecca Rector

Mike & Carol Solario


Bob and Marie Gallo Foundation

California Arts Council

Costa Family Foundation

National Endowment for the Arts

Stanislaus Community Foundation

The Ernest Gallo Foundation

The Julio R. Gallo Foundation

Porges Family Foundation Fund

US Bank Foundation


As of February 15, 2023


Physicians of Family Health Care

Medical Group of Modesto

Jim & Peggy Shiovitz

Stephen Rush, in recognition for a great “We Are Monsters” performance!

Armando & Amber Flores


Richard Beal

Matthew & Kathleen Gallo

Linda Raffo

Waqar H. Bhatti, PhD

Martha Carter-Bhatti, Ph.D.

Ryan Hunter Dickerson

Dave & Kathy Halsey

Josephine Dunbar-Snow

Elvera Rollins

Dennis Hoskins

Miriam Bermann

Ron & Lynn Dickerson

Michael Foley & Marie Marsigli-Foley

Carol Hannen

Art Hill & Marjorie Cook

Susan Larson

David P. Linhares

Henry & Mary Navarrete

Jerry Passanisi

Victoria Patlan

Marsha Waggoner Anonymous (1)

Leroy “Ted” Nagel

Ninette Latronica

Brittany Rodriguez

Nancy Gonzalez

Donald DeForest “Bud” Sanford

Robert A. Saunders

Phyllis Walden

Marion & Viola Zoodsma

Jim & Julia Stone

Wendell and Penny White

Memorial Fund

Ken White & Robin Johnson

Eleanor Zeff

John & Suzanne Casazza

Kathy & Mike Tekautz Julia Ten Brink Michael J. Tessaro Pedro Teves Karen Thompson Karen Tidwell Gary & Diane Tindle Robin Tokiwa Teresa Tolentino Stephen Tomassi Carl & Sarah Torgersen Peggy Torrian Greg A. Townsend Dwight & Lisa Traughber Tri Valley Lending, Pam Davidson Paul & Arlene Troop Scott & Lani Turner Tim & Judy Tweedie Markus Urstoeger Gloria Tronis Vincent Richard A. Wagner Roderick & Melanie Walker Mr. Patrick Wallace & Mr. Tim Whitmore Tom & Terrie Wallace Dan & Mandy Walsh Ward Promotional Marketing Kevin Ward & Teri Austin Renee Warnock Tracy Weatheral Larry Weber William & Belinda Wendland Mr. & Mrs. Gary Whatley Karl S. Whatley Mary Whitaker Charles Wieland Damon & Kristen Wight Mark & Sherri Wilbur Ken & Charlotte Williams Richard & Claudia Williams Jeremiah & Nancy Williams Dr. G Barnard Wilson Beverly J. Winger* Dr. Michael Wolterbeek & Ms. Carrie Munroe Alice Wong & Brentt Wong Jan Wood Janette Workman Pamela Wright Kimberly & Joan Wyrick Carlos & Liz Yamzon Greg Yanchus John Yarbrough Richard E. Yarnell Chad & Jill Yates Ellis & DeMaris Young Larry & Margaret Zabel Kristy & Mike Zane John & Marcia Zeliff Jessica Zifer Anonymous (7) *Charter Donors SPONSORS 2022/23 PREMIER PARTNER Doctors Medical Center 2022/23 SEASON SPONSORS Boyett Petroleum & Cruisers Kaiser Permanente Mercedes-Benz of Modesto The Save Mart Companies Beard Land & Investment Co. Oak Valley Community Bank Hilmar Cheese Company DoubleTree by Hilton Modesto Suite 52 Living Modesto Subaru McDonald’s The Graspointner Family Modesto Toyota The Reed Companies RED INC Architects Silva Injury Law, Inc. Ceres Pipe & Metal CORPORATE PATRONS As of February 15, 2023 The Mayol Family & Team PSC Ayera Technologies, Inc. Daniel Del Real – Del Real Group The Graspointner Family Braden Farms Gianelli - Nielsen Jak Sodhi - Sodhi Law Group Mistlin Honda Anonymous (1) ENDOWMENT E. & J. Gallo Winery ARTS EDUCATION As of February 15, 2023 $25,000+ California Arts Council Education Foundation of Stanislaus County US Bank Foundation Anonymous (1) $10,000+ Kaiser Permanente Modesto Subaru Porges Family Foundation Fund The Make Dreams Real Foundation $5,000+ Silva Injury Law, Inc. $2,500+ Beard Land & Investment Co. $1,000+ Enterprise Holdings Foundation Shelly Hurst-Mueller Cathy Jennison Modesto Rotary Club Foundation Modesto Sunrise Rotary $500+
This listing is updated quarterly. Every effort has been made to ensure our list of supporters is accurate. It is possible that a name may have been misspelled or omitted. If so, please accept our sincere apology and kindly notify our Development Department at (209) 338-5013, so that we may make the appropriate change to our records. PERPETUAL MEMORIAL GIFTS HAVE BEEN MADE FOR Thomas K. Beard Randall Stanley Behr Carl Boyett Robert J. Cardoza Herman Costa Matthew Everett Davis Ryan Hunter Dickerson Homer & Margaret Fair Albion Fenderson Marie Gallo Orlena Hawkins Dennis Hoskins Linda Johnson Chuck Kilgore Angela & Francis Lemos Grace Lieberman Clara Marie Machado Elizabeth Maino John E. Plummer Bette Belle Smith David James Terra Sara Marie Terra Ethel Marie Terra Dr. & Mrs. Archie N. Tonge Delmar Tonge Elizabeth “Betty” Toschi Bob Tubman Jesse Lee Woodson Jason Latrelle Woodson LEGACY CIRCLE Dr. Grant & Colleen Bare Waqar H. Bhatti, Ph.D. & Martha Carter-Bhatti, Ph.D. Carl & Carole Boyett Clark & Marion Bradford Martha & Gary Connor Ron & Lynn Dickerson George L. Farrell Jacqueline E. Foret Dennis & Kathy Hoskins Dean & Cathy Jennison Horton & Barbara Karker Robert & Marilyn Morey D.F. Ritchie Harry Swanson Randy Wayne Summers Mr. & Mrs. Joe Swain Helen Trombetta TO BECOME A CORPORATE SPONSOR AND RECEIVE A CUSTOM PROPOSAL, CALL JESICA SANCHEZ AT (209) 338-5062 OR EMAIL JSANCHEZ@GALLOARTS.ORG. WEBSITE PLACEMENT • Homepage rotating banner • Sponsored event pages • Corporate Partners page • Bridge page with sponsor developed content DIGITAL, PRINT & DIRECT MAIL ADVERTISING • Annual season brochure • Monthly in-season magazine • Digital playbill • Facebook & Instagram recognition • Logo/ID inclusion on promotional posters • Logo/ID inclusion in e-blasts to patron database ON-SITE PRESENCE • Six lobby monitors with rotating slides • Temporary lobby signage • Promotional table/displays • Verbal pre-show recognition from the stage • Logo/ID light projection inside theater • Outdoor digital marquee • ID on front of tickets • Lobby kiosk poster *The scope of benefits depends on the level of sponsorship. Each season the Gallo Center partners with some of the region’s most prestigious companies, businesses that recognize the remarkable marketing value of associating with the Center. Below are some of the ways* we connect corporate sponsors to Gallo Center patrons. Imagine how these might impact your marketing goals. CHECK OUT THE BENEFITS FOR BEING A CORPORATE SPONSOR

Gallo Center for the a r t s


Alex Mari, M.D. Chair of the Board

Marie D. Gallo President Emerita (In Memoriam)

Evan Porges

Immediate Past Chair

June Rogers

Vice President

Christina Gomez

Treasurer & Chair Elect

Ginger Johnson Secretary

Joe Swain Member at Large

Angelica Anguiano

Victor Barraza

Elliot Begoun

Lorraine Cardoza

Clifford Cooper

Ismael Covarrubias

Daniel Del Real

Paul Michael Eger

Robert Fantazia

Robert Fores

Britta Foster

Julian Gallo

Ryan Roth Gallo

Annie Benisch

Jill Bower

Mel Bradley

Clarke Filippi, D.D.S.

Sarah Grover

Chad Hilligus

Michael Krausnick

Nicole Larson*

Michelle Lewis

Katy Menges

Juan Sánchez Muñoz, Ph.D.

Duncan Reno

Tina Rocha

Stephanie Gallo Tyler


Diane Gilbert

Emma Grover

Xelah Herrera

Sabrina High

Doug Highiet

Linda Hischier

Ronald Hoffmann

Jose Ibarra

John Jacinto

Jaime Jimenez

Kimberly Clauss Jorritsma

Brian Kline

Danielle Lau

Virginia Madueno

Roberto Martinez

Trent Mayol

Yolanda Meraz

Chris Murphy

Norik Naraghi

Sharilyn Nelson

Richard Ogle, Ph.D.

Rose Marie Reavill

Jeffrey Reed

Catherine Rhee

Susan Rich


Christine Roberts

Janet Rogers

Michael Roland

John Schneider

Brant Scott

KT Staack

Kate Trompetter

Philip Trompetter, Ph.D.

Ann M. Veneman

Doug Vilas

Irene Angelo†

Lilly Banisadre

Carl Boyett†

Joan Cardoza

Sheila Carroll

Suzanne Casazza

Paul Draper

Ron Emerzian

Ann Endsley

Kenni Friedman

Louis Friedman

Dianne Gagos

Barry Highiet†

Randy Jalli

Chris Johnson

Grace Lieberman†

Roy Levin, M.D.

Alexandra Loew

Bill Mattos

Tony Mistlin†

Kate Nyegaard

Ruthann Olsen

Jeanne Perry

John C. Pfeffer, M.D.

Norm Porges

Chris Reed

James Reed

Sue Ellen Ritchey

Delsie Schrimp

Fred A. Silva

Ray Simon

Delmar R. Tonge, M.D.†

Tom Van Groningen, Ph.D.

Carol Whiteside†

Jeremiah Williams

Alice Yip

†In Memoriam

*SCF NextGen Fellow
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