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FROM THE HEART... 2012 ANNUAL REPORT

A mission partner of the United Church of Christ Illinois South Conference and Indiana-Kentucky Conference


THE BEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL THINGS IN THIS WORLD CANNOT BE SEEN OR EVEN HEARD, BUT MUST BE FELT FROM THE HEART. ~ HELEN KELLER


Dear Friends,

With Great Hope,

Mr. Wayne Barber Chair Hoyleton Ministries Board

M I SSI O N Seeks to enable all people, young & old alike, to realize the wholeness of life that God intends. This will be accomplished with the compassion of Jesus Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit reaching out to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, and social needs of those with whom we journey.

VA L U E S

Committed to Program Growth Fairness and Honesty Diversity Accepting Faithful and Faith-Based Committed to Families Excellence Integrity

CONTENTS Chris Cox, MSW, LCSW President and CEO Hoyleton Ministries

HEART DRIVEN

Annual Reports are an opportunity for us to show concretely the ways in which we have been faithful stewards of your gifts and trust throughout the past year. This 2012 Annual Report is testimony to the creativity, the tenacity and the responsibility with which the Hoyleton Ministries Board and Staff engage the work of healing and walking with God’s most vulnerable children to wholeness. It is not simply “a job;” for the calling to this work engages not simply the head but one’s heart. We do not do this work alone. Many hearts are forever changed because of their involvement with Hoyleton. The faces of these volunteers are as young as eight— mounting a Christmas Toy drive at her church; and as old as 90, making warm blankets for snuggling. The hearts of a dedicated crew brought life and gift to us during the week they were on campus as they tackled the renovation of our Bethel Chapel with paint and new doors, creating an inviting and useful space. 2012 was a year of incredible growth—new programs, new initiatives, and new efforts to meet the demands of families and children whose hearts are broken and lives are in deep need of tender care. Hoyleton Ministries listens carefully and responds again and again to God’s call. New programs mean change. New programs mean stretching and growing. Yet we can do nothing less… Because at Hoyleton—we indeed live each and every day— From The Heart.

Heart Driven 2 Heart Healing 3-4 Heart Changing 5-6 Heart Felt 7-12 Heart Mending Heart Warming

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All programs at Hoyleton Ministries are focused on hearthealing outreach to our kids and their families. Some kids come to us with broken hearts, and others come with shattered hearts. They need so much help to start healing from abuse, neglect and pain. They come with baggage that makes our own life experiences look like an overnight bag. The specialized, caring people who work in our programs share a ministry of presence as well as their expertise with our kids to help them heal and reach the highest level of wholeness they can achieve. One of our widely-known programs is FOSTER CARE. Children in foster care have been removed from their parents because of unsafe conditions at home. We provide children with loving foster parents and make sure they receive the health, education and counseling they require. We work with parents to learn the skills necessary to provide a safe home for their kids. Our foster care program currently stretches across 12 counties within Southern Illinois. At any given time, we have 200 children in foster care. Working in foster care requires walking into difficult home situations, driving countless miles, and attending numerous meetings always with a clear focus on what’s the best outcome for the child. We also help foster care families through COUNSELING, where we serve on average 50 children, adults, and families during the year. Foster care children often need care living with the impact of past physical and sexual abuse. Biological parents need help understanding what they need to change to bring their kids home again. Beyond foster care, we offer the

FAMILY CARE PROGRAM at St. John’s United Church of Christ in New Athens, IL and a new counseling program for teen girls at St. John United Church of Christ in Wood River, IL. When children reach the age of leaving foster care, we continue caring for them as they transition to living in the INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM (ILP). We have approximately 30 youth between the ages of 19 and 21 years old in ILP, in 15 communities. Hoyleton provides an apartment and guides each youth toward reaching their personal goals. We help them find employment, continue their education, and learn skills to manage their household. They are released from state care on their 21st birthday. We recently expanded from our East St. Louis central office to a satellite office at Zion United Church of Christ in Marion, IL. HOPE HOUSE in Highland, IL is home for young adults who have reached 21 and are living independent lives through a Community Integrated Living Arrangement. They have support from Hoyleton staff as they navigate living on their own. We currently have capacity for eight residents. The historic foundation of Hoyleton Ministries is the

RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM based in Hoyleton, IL.

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We can serve 40 young people at any one time in five residential cottages, and in the past year 55 kids spent all or part of the year with us. We specialize in caring for developmentally disabled kids between the ages of 9 and 21. Our kids have behavior disorders, psychiatric disorders and learning disabilities- and sometimes all of the above. We provide counseling through a Clinical Supervisor, five therapists and three recreation specialists to find heart-healing ways for our kids to live with memories of abuse. In total, it takes 84 staff to care for the 40 kids in our care, from their schooling, to their homelife, to their physical well being.

PUENTES DE ESPERANZA, or Bridges of Hope, is an

outreach to the growing Latino community in our area. We currently offer three programs to help families in transition that have little to no English-speaking abilities. The IMMIGRANT

FAMILIES RESOURCE PROGRAM served 278 unduplicated families last year, including 938 family members, and they did it with one full-time and one part-time staff person. Many government programs in our area have no bilingual staff. Our program helps families navigate paper work and language barriers to receive benefits they are eligible for. LATINO SPECIAL SERVICES serves approximately 40 families a year providing translation and interpretation services, well-being checks, and parental education to Latino families, often times requested by the Department of Child and Family Services.

THE COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM helps families that are non-English speakers be more independent, through counseling, a women’s support group, and interpretation/ translation services through the Department of Human Services early intervention program for developmentally delayed children. Many of our programs try to address problems before they happen, or before they escalate, including: • SEEDS OF SUCCESS, a program that helps families that have been investigated for child abuse but have not yet had their children removed from the home. The staff helps with education, bonding and nurturing the kids, teaching parents how to provide a safe and loving home for their kids and hopefully preventing further intervention by the state. • SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAM, working with kids 11 to 17 years old who are residents in most of the major cities in Washington and Clinton counties in Illinois, and who are at risk for substance abuse, including drugs, alcohol and tobacco. • PROJECT SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD, a program that serves East St. Louis, Centreville, Fairmont City and Washington Park, IL, aimed at reducing violence through increased law

enforcement presence and investigations in high crime areas. We are approved and certified annually by the US Attorney General office as the fiscal agent for this program. • TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION, currently working with 400 kids and 300 parents at five schools in Madison and St. Clair counties, empowering youth to change their behaviors to avoid sexual transmitted diseases and unintended pregnancies. • TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION specifically for residents of six residential programs, including the Hoyleton campus. Kids in residential programs are at greater risk of early sexual activity, unprotected sex, STD’s, HIV and pregnancy, This program aims to reduce high risk behavior through discussion and education that’s appropriate for the age and mental ability of the residents. Sometimes, unimaginable things happen to children and adults, and Hoyleton Ministries tries to pick up the pieces when they do. RESCUE AND RESTORE works with local law enforcement, health providers and social service agencies to raise public awareness of human trafficking. This modern form of slavery remains invisible to most of society, and its impact is devastating to those trapped in it. Rescue and Restore is currently focusing on identifying and stopping sexual exploitation of homeless and runaway youth in our area. At the most serious end of the spectrum, Hoyleton Ministries supervises two programs that deal with the death of children. We are fiscal agents for the SOUTHERN ILLINOIS CHILD DEATH INVESTIGATIONS TASK FORCE. The task force investigates unusual or unexplained deaths of children age 17 or under in the lower 38 counties of Illinois. They report their findings to law enforcement if criminal conduct is discovered, and they provide funds to aid in testing evidence when necessary. THE CHILD DEATH REVIEW TEAM, for which we are also the fiscal agent, examines all deaths of children under state care via nine regional teams. The teams look for ways to prevent future deaths through changes in practices and policies within the Department of Child and Family Services. Stop for a moment and think of the range of things Hoyleton does- from caring for an abused child in residential care, to working with a Latino family receive medical care, to teaching youth how to avoid pregnancy, all the way to investigating the death of a child. Our staff are truly hearthealing people in so many lives and in so many places. Our staff of 230 across all our campus’ and programs work every day to spread out across southern Illinois and knit together the struggling, broken and shattered. Without our dedicated staff, we could accomplish nothing. With them, we accomplish much that changes and improves the lives of children.


HEART HEALING

OUR PROGRAMS COME STRAIGHT N E K O R B ’S T A H W L A E H O T D E FROM THE HEART, DESIGN

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“AS WE GIVE, WE FIND THAT SACRIFICE BRINGS FORTH THE BLESSINGS OF HEAVEN AND IN THE END WE LEARN IT WAS NO SACRIFICE AT ALL” ~SPENCER W. KIMBALL

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IN SUPPORT OF OUR MISSION

THE COST OF MINISTRY

FY 2012

Residential, Counseling, Independent Living, Foster Care, Intact Families, Families Mejorando, Latino Special Services Illinois Death Review and Southern Illinois Child Death Task Force

ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

$867,836

ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

$313,927

Residential, Community Integrated Living Arrangement, Teen Pregnancy Prevention and Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

$301,174

FEDERAL

$245,754

Residential Rental and Breakfest / Lunch Program for Residents

CONTRIBUTIONS FROM CHURCHES AND INDIVIDUALS

FY 2012

$7,511,587

In support of all of our ministries

HUD Lifeskills, Office of Justice Programs Project Safe Neighborhoods and Violence Against Women, ICIRR-SNAPS, and Client SSI Rent

Total Cost of Ministry Support for Our Mission

BEQUESTS $138,697

Residential $4,211,484 Community Programs $2,543,602 Puentes de Esperanza $421,459 Independent Living $605,641 Administration $863,660 Fund Development $459,515 Fiscal Agent $235,373 Depreciation $86,362

2012 Income from those who remembered Hoyleton in their estates

$9,427,096 $9,840,557

Funds for 2013 Ministry $413,461

HEART CHANGING

ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES

IN-KIND DONATIONS

$79,363

OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS/MISC. REVENUES

$52,502

INCOME FROM TRUSTS AND INVESTMENT INCOME In support of all of our ministries RENTAL REVENUE SUSAN G. KOMEN FOR A CURE- ST. LOUIS AFFILIATE

$47,871 $47,206 $45,313

Current Assets $2,533,620 Property & Equipment $945,591 Other Assets $1,293,081

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ST. LOUIS

$42,900

SPECIAL EVENTS

$41,608

Total Assets $4,772,292 $4,470,987

DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY FOUNDATION

$36,202

MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS

$26,117

Christmas gifts, gifts of clothing and furniture, and auction donations

BALANCE SHEET

Commerce Bancshares Foundation, Poshard Foundation for Abused Children, St. Louis Christmas Carolers Association, Suburban Journals / Old Newsboys Day, Jewish Communiy Relations Council, Carlyle Lion’s Club, Raymond James Charitable Endowment Fund

Breast Cancer Prevention

Human Trafficking Awareness Program

Income from Auction, Awards Banquet, Sporting Clay Challenge, and Golf Classic Puentes de Esperanza’s Community Outreach Program

Fiscal Year Fiscal Year 2011 2012 ASSETS

Madison County Transitional Living & Lifeskills

ILLINOIS SOUTH CONFERENCE, UCC

$22,500

FDC FOUNDATION

$20,000

Puentes Community Programs

Residential Cottage Renovations

TOTAL FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF OUR MISSION

$9,840,557

LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS

$2,273,169 $940,181 $1,257,637

Total Liabilities Net Assets

$1,881,109 $2,891,183

$1,166,343 $3,304,644

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

$4,772,292

$4,470,987

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

GRANTORS

Hoyleton Ministries

Hoyleton Youth and Family Services and Puentes de Esperanza depend on a diverse funding stream to meet the needs of children and families throughout the area. We thank the following grantors for their 2012 calendar year support.

Wayne Barber Chairperson

Tim Boyce Vice Chairperson

Chris Cox Ex Officio

Patricia Daiber Rev. Michael Southcombe Rev. Kevin Strope Barbara Bray Anthony “JP” Patino Christy Pursell Rev. Jeffrey Schwab Dale Fiedler

Rev. Del Miller Secretary Kelly Bandy Paul Sterrett

Hoyleton Youth and Family Services Christy Pursell Chairperson

Barbara Bray Vice Chairperson

Chris Cox Ex Officio

Rev. Don Jones Secretary

Rev. Pamela Smith

Larry Kaburick

Sonja Uzzelle

Ron Shownes

Puentes de Esperanza Paul Sterrett Chairperson

Dale Fiedler Vice Chairperson

Chris Cox Ex Officio

David Ritter

Anthony “JP” Patino

Jorge Perez

WHERE A DOLLAR GOES AT HOYLETON We strive to be good stewards of our limited resources, and we are mindful of how much of our money goes directly to programs and services. We spent $1,323,175 on administration and fundraising in 2012, with revenue of $9,840,557, giving us a ratio of 13.45% spent on management. We are vigilant in our commitment to spend our dollars on programs that help the most needy in our communities.

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Mercedes Mark Secretary

The Jewish Fund for Human Need The FDC Foundation Ameren Hardship Assistance Fund The Deaconess Foundation The U.S. Department of Justice The Illinois Department of Human Services Carlyle Lions Club Cardinals Knothole Club Old Newsboys Day The Poshard Foundation The MUNY Opera Contributors to the Combined Federal Campaign St. Louis Christmas Carols Association The Madison County Community Development

BUSINESS DONORS Deaconess Foundation Bikers Group The Stolar Partnership Alper Services The Winney Foundation Bandy’s Pharmacy BarberMurphy All Metro Security, INC. Delta Kappa Gamma Zeta Chapt. Federico Chrysler Dodge Jeep The Maschhoffs G & G Services Illinois Business Journal Gutzler’s Furniture Riechmann Bros. L. L. C. Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Laner Muchin Coulterville Public School Southern Illinois Healthcare Foundation Weir Chevrolet-Buick-GMC, Inc.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Bears Distributing Spirit By Design Citizens Community Bank Pinckneyville Shooting Sports Juggle, LLC Cox Rail Service Inc. Farmers and Merchants National Bank Greater Beneficial Union of Pittsburg Nebraska Conference Benjamin F. Edwards & Co. BFM Group Inc. Centralia Post 2055 VFW Coast To Coast Fountain Inn Highland Optimist Club Huntleigh McGehee Luhr Bros., Inc. M.Y. Dental Lab

MAR Graphics Meier Chevrolet - Buick N.C. Pries Implement, INC New Baden Jaycees Rehmer-Ruemker Lawn Care Silver Creek Quail Forever Canyon Ferry Gunworks Central Hospital for Animals Kretzer Bar & Grill American Legion Aux Unit #439 State Bank of Waterloo Okawville Busy Bees 4H Club Joys Beauty Shop Red Bud Industries Carlyle Lions Club Fairmont Park Greene Welding


FOR 2012 DONORS

If you made a donation in honor of or in memory of someone in the last three months of 2012, your name will be listed in this Annual Report under the corresponding giving level, along with all those who generously supported Hoyleton Ministries in the last calendar year. Also, your specific gifts recognizing someone important in your life will be listed on the Honor and Memorials page in the regular Spring 2013 edition of the Hoyletonian.

INHALE LOVE... EXHALE GRATITUDE...

2012 GIVING ACKNOWLEDGMENTS THE SUPERINTENDENT’S COUNCIL Donations of $5,000 to $9,999

Mr. Arthur Heim, Jr.

THE FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

HEART FELT

Donations of $1,000 to $4,999 Mr. and Mrs. Dale B. Fiedler Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Arentsen Mr. and Mrs. Rex Greene Mr. and Mrs. Eric Bandy Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Hiller Mr. Wayne Barber Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kaburick Mr. Wes Barber Mr. Earl Pahmeier Mr. and Mrs. Brent Bergheger Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Rhutasel Mr. and Mrs. Tim Boyce Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rippelmeyer Mr. Brett and Mrs. Brab Bray Mr. and Mrs. Brian Stumpf Mr. Chris and Mrs. Jennifer Cox Ms. Cleo M. Terry Rev. Dr. Sheldon Culver Col. and Mrs. William C. Whicher Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Winney Ms. Patricia Daiber Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ellerbrake

THE 1895 SOCIETY Donations of $500 to $999

Mr. Douglas Bizer Mrs. Dorothy C. Brandt Dr. and Mrs. Patrick Breitling Mr. and Mrs. Dale Buente Mr. and Mrs. Harold Byers Dr. and Mrs. Donald Driemeier Mr. Scott & Mrs. Doni Driemeier-Showers Mr. William M. Edrington Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Givens Rev. and Mrs. William Graves Mr. and Rev. Walter Hart Mrs. Mildred Hoffman Mrs. Kara Jacob Mrs. Jane Klieve

Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Kramer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Kriesel Ms. Carolyn Lynch Ms. Sharon McDevitt Mr. Bill Meister Rev. Dr. and Mrs. James Mennerick Mrs. Kathleen Morio Mr. and Mrs. C. David Rota Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Schippel Rev. and Mrs. Jeffrey Schwab Mr. and Mrs. Fred Siebenmann Mr. and Mrs. David Steiner Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Swartz Mr. Wilbert Tielemann Mr. Elmer T. Wessel 2012 • Annual Report: From the Heart

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Century Club cont.

Next Century Club

Donations of $100 to $249

Donations of $250 to $499

Mrs. Lydia Aberli Mr. Ronald Achenbach Ms. Shirley Asmussen Ms. Bambi Belcher Mr. and Mrs. Larry F. Bergmann Ms. Judy Betz Miss Laura Bloemker Rev. Cal Bloesch and Ms. Christine Tani Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boeschen Mrs. Phyllis Cassady Mrs. Nancy M. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dawdy Ms. Carol Jean Faust Mrs. Sarah Feliciano Mr. and Mrs. Justin Friederich Mr. Gary Funk Mr. and Mrs. David Gavin Mr. and Mrs. Mark Greten Mr. and Mrs. Keith Grote Mr. John Hambelton & Mrs. Lisa Warner Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holderle Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hollenkamp Mr. Alan Holtgrewe Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hotz Mrs. Theresa Howard Ms. TiJauna S. Ingram Mrs. Sandra Jackson Rev. Donald Jones Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kampwerth Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Kuhns Ms. Tina Maddaleno

Mrs. Mercedes Mark Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Thomas U. May Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Mehrmann Rev. Del Miller & Ms. Chris Heckendorn Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mohr Mrs. Carol Needles Mr. and David Nicholson Mrs. Marion Oelze Mr. and Mrs. Paul Opp Mr. George D. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Herschel C. Parrish Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dale P. Pyatt Ms. Karen Roberson Mr. and Mrs. John Ronsick Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Ruhmann Rev. and Mrs. Donald S. Sabbert Rev. and Mrs. Howard Self Mr. Robert A. Siever Mr. Herbert Skaer Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Sliment Mrs. Pearl G. Spies Mr. and Mrs. Earl Steiner Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Steiner Mr. Paul & Rev. Marguerite Sterrett Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. Tripp Ms. Gail VanWinkle Mrs. Nereyda Vargas-Titus Mr. Virgil Wehking Mrs. Lucille Willeford Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Zurliene

Century Club

Donations of $100 to $249 Mr. Roland Ahlmeyer Mrs. LaVern Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Andres Mrs. Marie Archer Mr. & Mrs. Dwight Asselmeier Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bailey Ms. Dorothea Baines Mrs. Delphine Baldridge Mr. and Mrs. John Baltz Mrs. Sharon Bandy Mrs. Karen J. Barber Mr. Alfred Bazile Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Beatty Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Beimfohr Mr. Thomas F. Benedick Miss Shirley Bergmann Rev. and Mrs. Donald Bernhardt Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Bickel Mrs. Arleen Bicklein

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Rev. and Mrs. Arnold Bizer Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Boda Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boehning Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bond Mr. and Mrs. David Braswell Mrs. Pauline Broeking Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bryant Ms. Jamie Bullock Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Burke Ms. Edith P. Campbell Mrs. Elaine Chapman and Mr. Dennis Backstrom Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Chase Rev. and Mrs. Earl S. Crecelius Frances Croissant Mr. and Mrs. Carroll L. Crosley Mr. Ronald Danzer Ms. Donna Davis Rev. Robert Davis

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Mr. and Mrs. John Dawson Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. DeBruine Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeGiacomo Ms. Jane Dick Mr. Daniel Dietz Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth O. Doelling Mr. and Mrs. Dale Drape Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Dyson Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Eader Miss Irene M. Ebert Mr. and Mrs. Bob Edler Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ferguson Mr. Wayne Forcade Dr. Elizabeth Franczyk Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frandsen Mr. and Mrs. Gene A. Gahr Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Gaines Dr. and Mrs. M. Ganesan Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Garrison

Rev. and Mrs. Noel Gehm Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth W. Gehrig Ms. Brady Pat Genz Mrs. Betty L. Gerth Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Giffhorn Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Going Mrs. Cleora Grimm Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Gusewelle Mr. Ralph Habbe Mr. and Mrs. Fred Habermehl Ms. Jennifer Hagel Dr. and Mrs. Dean Hageman Mr. & Mrs. William E. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Myron A. Hanna Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Harres Dr. Delbert L. Harris Mr. Jim Harsh Mr. Mark and Rev. Mary Beth Hartenstein Ms. Janet Heil Mr. Nelvin Heisner Mr. and Mrs. Dave Henerfauth Mr. and Mrs. James Herren Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hicks Mr. Carl Hill Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Hinesman Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hoffmann Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hoffmann Mr. & Mrs. Gary W. Holtgrewe Mrs. Maxine Hood Miss Terri L. Hosto Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Howald Mrs. Winona A. Huckshold Miss Miriam Huelsmann Ms. Laura Huge Ms. Ayanna Jackson Mr. Wilbert Juelfs Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kamm Miss Jeanette Kampen Rev. Don Kaufman Mr. and Elmer Kavanaugh Mr. and Mrs. Harold Keenan Mr. & Mrs. Samuel D. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Udell Kimmle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George Klann Mr. and Mrs. Jack Klopmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Louis Knobloch

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Koesterer Mr. and Mrs. Loren C. Kolditz Mrs. Ellen Kuergeleis Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Kuergeleis Rev. and Mrs. Gustav Kuether Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Lienau Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lindsay Miss Karen Liszewski Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lucas Mrs. Arline Magee Mr. Stanley L. Malkemus Mrs. Tamra Maschhoff Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mathis Mr. and Mrs. Matt L. McCormick Mrs. Alberta McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. Donald Merkle Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mertz Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Miller Mr. John P. Morgan and Ms. Angela M Wasel Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred G. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Niemann Mr. & Mrs. Robert I. Nuernberger Mrs. Loretta Susie Oestringer Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Oestringer Mr. Ken Orban Ms. Mary Otis Mrs. Aline H. Pansing Mrs. Leona Parrish Mr. Lloyd Patton Mr. and Mrs. Scott Penny Ms. Dedra Peters Mrs. Jane Peters Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pfeiffer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Phillips Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Poole Mr. and Mrs. Scott Pursell Mr. and Mrs. James Rankin Mrs. Aleen Renner Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Restoff Ms. Gail Ribaudo Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Riechmann Mr. & Mrs. William H. Riechmann Jr. Mrs. Leila Riggs Mr. & Mrs. Ray Rippelmeyer, Jr. Mr. Brandon Rudolph Ms. Lynn Ryder

Ms. Joan Sackmann Ms. Tami Sadler Mrs. Linda Schneider Mr. Arthur R. Schoen and Mrs. Mollie Meldrum Mr. and Mrs. Dennis A. Schuetz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Sevier Ms. Jane Shelton Ms. Carolyn Shields Mr. and Mrs. Ron Shownes Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skeen Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Skelton Mr. Tony Smallmon Mr. Bruce Soehnlin Rev. & Mrs. Michael Southcombe Mr. and Mrs. Don Stanton Ms. Tina Steibel Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Stein Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Steiner Mrs. Verna A. Steinkamp Mr. Mickey Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Delbert A. Straub Rev. and Mrs. Kevin Strope Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stunkel Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sweet Mr. Matt Swinford Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tanner Mr. and Mrs. Donald Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Steve Thiems Mr. and Mrs. William E. Timpner Mr. and Mrs. Clyde D. Trexler Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Turner Ms. Emily Ulrich Ms. Loretta S. Uzzelle Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Uzzelle Mrs. Adele Valentine Ms. Carolyn J. Valentine Mrs. Dianne Van Conia Mr. and Mrs. Harold Watson Rev. and Mrs. Fred Wehrenberg Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weihl Miss Edna Dell Weinel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wetzel Ms. Ashley Wombacher Ms. Shannon Zawaske Ms. Judith L. Zimmerman

“GENEROSITY CONSISTS NOT THE SUM GIVEN, BUT THE MANNER IN WHICH IT IS BESTOWED” ~ MAHATMA GANDHI As Shakespeare said, “To err is human, to forgive divine.” Please call us with any corrections or changes.


Mrs. Jennifer Aholt Mrs. Marilyn Ahrens Ms. Shirley Aikman Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Albers Ms. Shirley Allers Mrs. and Mrs. Warren Allison Mr. David Amann Mrs. Eleanora Anderson Mrs. Shirley Anderson Ms. Carol Andricks Mr. and Mrs. Warren Arras Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Axley Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Backowski Mr. and Mrs. Carl V. Bales Mr. Louis G. Baltz Ms. Donna Sue Barr Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Barth Ms. Jacqueline Barth Mr. and Mrs. Tim Barth Mrs. Mary Ellen Battoe Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Bayer Mr. Ron Becker Ms. Laurie Belknap Mrs. Mathilda Betz Ms. Phyllis Bird Mr. and Mrs. Charles Birk Mr. Jack Bittle Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Blom Mrs. Gladys Bode Ms. Bea Bohenstiehl Ms. Norma Borgmann Mr. and Mrs. Larry Boudouris Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brandt Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brandt Mrs. Mary Ann Branson Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brauer Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Braun Mrs. Eloise Breidenbaugh Mr. and Mrs. Ryan M. Breiner Mr. Melvin Bremer Mr. Truman Bremer Mr. and Mrs. Karl Bretz Ms. June Bronnert Ms. Carol Brown Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brunken Mr. and Mrs. Jay Buchta Mr. Gary Buckrod Mr. and Mrs. Richard Buettner Mr. and Mrs. Ryan W. Bulman Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burns Mr. Roy R. Burns Mr. Michael Cantrell Mr. and Mrs. James Carroll Ms. Sarah Carver Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. Cates Mr. and Mrs. Geno Chiapelli Miss Nancy K. Clark Mr. Paul Clawson Mr. and Mrs. Rob Cole Ms. Jan Collins Mr. Carl Conrad Ms. Peggy Corey Mr. & Mrs. John J. Corrigan, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Cox Mr. and Aaron J. Crosby Rev. and Mrs. Bill Cummins

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Daiber Mrs. Hilde Degenhardt Mrs. Carole A. Deibert Ms. Sharon Deutsch Mrs. Sandy Dickens Mr. and Mrs. Richard Diemert Mr. Robert L. Dietz Mr. Russell Dietz Mr. and Mrs. Larry Diveley Mr. and Mrs. Rodney W. Doerr Mr. and Mrs. ER Doll Rev. and Mrs. C. Dwayne Dollgener Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Donoho Mrs. Harold Dorries Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Drake Rev. and Mrs. Tom Drewer Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dufrenne Jr. Ms. Bryanna Dunahee Mrs. Jean A. Eckert Mr. and Mrs. Don Edler Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Edwards Mr. Dennis D. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Tim Ellis Ms. Bernadette Emery Mr. James Engel Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Engelman Miss Bernice Engelmann Ms. Dertie Eshem Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Eson Mr. and Mrs. Donald Etling Mrs. Michelle Etling Mrs. Barbara Fanter Mr. and Mrs. Bill Farthing Mr. Robert Farthing Mr. and Mrs. Ken Faust Mr. and Mrs. James Feig Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Feig Mr. Jeff Feilner Mrs. Florence Feldmeier Mrs. Julia Feltmeier Mrs. Sylvia Fertig Ms. Nola Fischer Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Foehner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foree Ms. Shirley Fox Ms. Shirley R. Francis Ms. Doris Frank Mrs. Mildred Frederking Mr. & Mrs. Donald W. Freeland Mr. and Mrs. Mike French Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Lee Frerking Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Frey Rev. and Mrs. Matthew Friz Mr. Jerry R. Frohbieter Mr. and Mrs. John Garleb Mr. Jeff Garlich Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gayler Mrs. LaRita Gergen Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Gergen Mr. and Mrs. Lester Germann Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. William Gilbert Mrs. Claire Giles Mr. and Mrs. Vernon A. Glauert Mr. and Mrs. Bryon Goeckner

Mrs. Ruth Goldschmidt Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodson Ms. Wilma H. Graesser Mrs. Evelyn Green Mr. and Mrs. George Green Mrs. Frances Griebel Rev. William L. Groennert Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grotefendt Mr. and Mrs. Danny L. Gruben Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Gruener Mr. George W. Gudehus Mr. & Mrs. Robert Guerrieri Jr. Mr. David Habermehl Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hackstadt Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hackstadt Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hallberg Ms. Diana Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Rick Hanford Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Happel Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardin Mr. and Mrs. Clifford H. Harms Ms. Donna Harris Mr. and Mrs. Byron Harting Ms. Thekla Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Kent Heberer Mr. and Mrs. Murray L. Hediger Ms. Ericka Hefflinger Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Heiligenstein Mr. and Mrs. George Heisner Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hencke Ms. Vera L. Henschen Miss JoAnn Hermeling Mr. & Mrs. Waldemar Hermeling Mr. and Mrs. David Hesterberg Mr. and Mrs. Gary Heuring Ms. Audrey Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Randolph A. Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Gary Highfill Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hill Mr. Brian Hinkle Mrs. Pearl Hirsch Ms. Brandi Hitemann Ms. Harold Hitz Ms. Terrie Hixenbaugh Mrs. Bonnie Hoffman Ms. Marisa Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Barry Hoffmann Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hoffmann Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hollowich Rev. and Mrs. John Holst Mrs. Melba Holtgrewe Mrs. Virginia A. Hood Dr. and Mrs. W. Freeman Hopper Rev. and Mrs. Ivan Horn Mrs. Diane Hulliung Mr. Doug Hutchings Mrs. Mary E. Hutt Mr. and Mrs. John Ibendahl Ms. Virginia Ilch Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ingram Joseph and Jean Jacober Ms. Vickie Jacobs Mr. Lowell Jeffries Mr. Mark Johnson Ms. Barbara Jones Ms. Beth Jordan

Mrs. Ruth Juenger Mr. and Mrs. John T. Kabat Ms. Theresa J. Kaeser Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Kamm Mr. and Mrs. Norman Karg Mr. Carl Kasten Mrs. Edith E. Kaufman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keck Mr. and Mrs. Terry Keck Mrs. Betty Ann Keller-Timmer Ms. Joy Kessler Mrs. Mildred Kimmle Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Kirchhoefer Mr. Norman Kirleis Mrs. Gloria Klaus Mr. Gilbert Kleine Mrs. Julie Kloess Mr. and Mrs. Steven Kluthe Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Knobloch Mrs. Marian Knobloch Mrs. Emalee Knop Ms. Judith Koch Ms. Nicole Koch Mr. and Mrs. Franklin E. Kohler Ms. Amanda Kolweier Ms. Betty Kombrink Rev. and Mrs. James H. Konrad Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Korte Ms. Jane Kramer Mrs. Muriel H. Kratz Mrs. Elizabeth A. Krauss Mr. Jay Kreig Ms. Harley A. Krieger Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kuergeleis Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kuhn Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Kunz Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kurfman Ms. Jacqueline Lamensky Mrs. Grace Landert Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph Landgraf, Jr. Mrs. Shirley Landolt Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Lannert Mr. Stewart Lannert Mrs. Evelyn Lashley Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Laux Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Leach Mr. and Mrs. Gary Leber Mr. Kevin Lee and Rev. Nancy Spier-Lee Mr. and Mrs. David E. Lehr Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lerch, Jr. Ms. Marguerite Lexow Mr. and Mrs. Allan Liefer Mr. Jason Litteken Ms. Constance Lockett Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Loerch Mr. & Mrs. James M. Lombardo Major and Mrs. Johnnie D. Long Mr. and Mrs. John Lowe Mr. and Mrs. Lonny Ludwig Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lurk Ms. Wendy Luther Mr. and Mrs. William Malina Mr. William Mallard Ms. Shelby Mann Mr. and Mrs. David Marsden

EVERYONE SMILES IN THE SAME LANGUAGE

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FRIENDS OF HOYLETON

Gifts of $99 & under, plus donors who do not wish to receive gift-level recognition

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FRIENDS OF HOYLETON cont. Gifts of $99 & under, plus donors who do not wish to receive gift-level recognition

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Martin Mr. Neal Mathews Ms. Lindsey Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Ronald May Mr. and Mrs. Tony May Mr. and Mrs. James Mazander Mr. and Ms. Dan McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Richard McClellan Ms. Robyn L. McClelland Mr. & Mrs. Merrell M. McConnell Ms. Janice McKinney Mr. & Mrs. David A. Mehrmann Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Mense Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer Mr. Curtis Meyer Mr. Roy Meyer Ms. Christine Miller Mr. Randall Miller Mrs. Irma Mills Mrs. Norma L. Mills Mr. and Mrs. Monte Mister Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Mitchell Ms. Victoria Mix Mrs. Fern Moehle Ms. and Mr. Felicia Moran Rev. and Mrs. R.J. Morgan Ms. Pat Morris Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Morwick Mrs. Leona Moskop Mrs. Ann Marie Mueller Mrs. Pearl M. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. David A. Muertz Mr. Dean Muertz Mrs. Edith Mueth Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Munzert Ms. Julie Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nagel Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Nagel Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nash Mrs. Bonnie Nehrt Mrs. Cara Neuhaus Mrs. Nancy Neumann Mr. and Mrs. Roger Neumann Mr. Christopher Niblett Ms. Georgia Niederecker Mr. Brian Nitz Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Noonan Mrs. Mary Ellen Norman Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nottmeier Mr. & Mrs. Lonnie W. Nottmeier Mrs. Amanda O’Brien Ms. Caroline Ovies Ms. Jessica Pacheco Mr. Aaron Paton Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pawlick Mr. and Mrs. John A. Pecoul Rev. and Mrs. Max H. Pepmeier Mr. and Mrs. Larry Perez Mr. F. Walter Peters Ms. Diane Peterson Mrs. Pat Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Elgee Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Denis Porter

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Mrs. Alice Potter Ms. Sheryl Prange Mr. and Mrs. Ray Probst Ms. Julie Pyatt Mr. and Mrs. Lee Queen Mrs. Darlene Rahn Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rahn Mr. and Mrs. Ned J. Ray Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Redman Mrs. Paula Redman Ms. Janet Reed Mr. Scott Reichmann Mrs. Lorna V. Reinacher Ms. Terri Rennegarbe Mr. Dwight Reynolds Ms. Shirley Richards Ms. Helen Richter Ms. Sharon Riddle Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ries Mrs. Delores Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Willis Rodenberg Ms. Ruth Marie Roesch Mr. and Mrs. Floyd L. Rogier Mrs. Elna Rosenberger Mr. and Mrs. Bernard R. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Ron J. Rousseau Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy F. Ruehrup Mr. Fransico Sanchez Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Herbert Schafale Mr. and Mrs. David L. Schafer Mr. Chester & Mrs. Ruth Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Tim Schnoeker Mrs. Patricia Schroeder Mr. & Mrs. William A. Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schrumpf Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schulte Mr. and Mrs. Emory Schumaier Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schutt Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Schweickhardt Mr. and Mrs. Leo Selesky Mrs. Carmelita L. Sensel Mr. and Rev. David L. Shanks Mrs. Janice Sheldon Rev. and Mrs. Kurt Simon Mrs. Ethel Skaer Ms. Sherry L. Skelton Mrs. Marion E. Skundrich Ms. Dorothy Smith Ms. Lorraine Smith Rev. Pamela Smith Ms. Kathy Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Starnes Mr. Carl P. Steiner Miss. Theresa Steiner Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Steiner Mr. Steinhoff and Ms. Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Steinmann Mr. and Mrs. John R. Stephens Mrs. Barbara Sterrett Mr. Charles Stewart Ms. Lisa A. Stewart Mr. Glenn Stoecklin Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stoecklin

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Ms. Channell Stokes Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Stone Rev. and Mrs. Donald Storck Ms. Mary Lou Strong Mr. and Mrs. Gary Suedmeyer Mrs. Mary Ann Suedmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Suhre Mrs. Louise Surber Ms. Susan Szoke Ms. Patty Taahe Ms. Martina Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Herb Tebbe Mrs. Margaret A. Tempel Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Thiems Mrs. Irene Toensing Ms. Lenzi Tomblinson Ms. Camille K. Toul Ms. Deborah Trainor Ms. Laura Travelstead Mr. and Mrs. Warren Trotter Mrs. Cecelia Tschannen Mr. William Tutka Mr. Jay Tyson Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Valentine Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Veile Ms. Mayra Velasco Mr. and Mrs. Van L. Vieregge Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Voelker Mrs. Shirleen Voges Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Walter Mrs. Sandra K. Walter Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wardle Mrs. Mildred Warnecke Mrs. Bernice Warning Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weber Mr. and Mrs. Steven Weber Mr. and Mrs. Vernon T. Welter Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Wendel Mrs. Wilma Wenzel Mrs. Eunice Wernle Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wernle Mr. and Mrs. Mark Westcott Mrs. Barbara Wetzler Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Whelan Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wild Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wilkening Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Edward T. Wilson, Jr. Mrs. Shirley Wise Mr. and Mrs. David Witter Mrs. Janice Wohlwend Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Wolfmeier Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wombacher Mrs. Rae Jean Wood Ms. Imogene Yarbrough Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Ziegler Mr. Steven C. Zuber Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zweigart

HONOR ROLL OF CHURCHES Sustaining Congregations Donations of $500 or more

Bethany UCC • Tioga, IL Bethel UCC • Cahokia, IL Eden UCC • Edwardsville, IL Evangelical UCC • Tell City, IN Evangelical UCC • Highland, IL 1st Presbyterian • Nashville, IL Friedens UCC • Hecker, IL Friedens UCC • Marissa, IL Friedens UCC • Troy, IL Immanuel UCC • Mt. Vernon, IN Marine UCC • Marine, IL O’ Fallon UCC • O’ Fallon, IL Salem UCC • Alhambra, IL St. John UCC • Mascoutah, IL St. John UCC • Evansville, IL St. John UCC • Maeystown, IL

St. John UCC • Collinsville, IL St. John UCC • Plum Hill, IL St. Paul UCC • Lebanon, IL St. Paul UCC • Belleville, IL St. Paul UCC • Tower Hill, IL St. Paul UCC • Carlinville, IL St. Paul UCC • Columbia, IL St. Paul UCC • Freeburg, IL St. Paul UCC • Waterloo, IL St. Paul UCC • Evansville, IN St. Peter UCC • Red Bud, IL United In Faith Church • Pana, IL Zion Evangelical UCC • Hoyleton, IL Zion UCC • Marion, IL Zoar UCC • New Hanover, IL

Partner Congregations Donations of up to $499

Bethel UCC • Evansville, IN Bethel UCC • Nebraska City, NE Christ UCC • Belleville, IL Christ UCC • Dupo, IL Church of the Good Shepherd • Carbondale, IL Concordia UCC • Belleville, IL Evangelical UCC • Marysville, KS Faith UCC • Indianapolis, IN First Christian • Wayne City, IL First Congregational UCC • Dupo, IL Friedens UCC • Irvington, IL Grantfork UCC • Highland, IL Holy Ghost UCC • Darmstadt, IL Immanuel UCC • Hamel, IL Salem UCC • Huntingburg, IN Salem UCC • Westphalia, IN St. Jacob UCC • Saint Jacob, IL St. John UCC • Granite City, IL St. John UCC • Wood River, IL St. John UCC • Brighton, IL St. John UCC • Breese, IL St. John UCC • Clarence, IA St. John UCC • Fairview Hts, IL St. John UCC • Waverly, IA St. John UCC • New Athens, IL St. John UCC • Johannisburg, IL St. John UCC at Midway • Moro, IL

St. John UCC of Buckskin • Elberfeld, IN St. Mark Lutheran Church • Belleville, IL St. Matthew UCC • Evansville, IN St. Paul UCC • Evansville, IN St. Paul UCC • Holland, IN St. Paul UCC • Edwardsville, IL St. Paul UCC • Nashville, IL St. Paul UCC at Bible Grove • Mason, IL St. Paul UCC at Jamestown • Pocahontas, IL St. Peter UCC • Okawville, IL St. Peter UCC • Massena, IA St. Peter UCC • Centralia, IL St. Peter UCC of Stone Church • Addieville, IL Trinity UCC • Jasper, IN Trinity UCC • Mount Vernon, IN Trinity UCC • Troy, IN Trinity UCC at Biddleborn • Marissa, IL United Church of Atwood • Atwood, IL Zion UCC • Addieville, IL Zion UCC • Elberfeld, IN Zion UCC • Waterloo, IL Zion UCC (Lippe) • Mount Vernon, IN Zion United Church of Christ • Metropolis, IL Zion United Church of Christ • Chrisney, IN Zion United Church of Christ • Ursa, IL Zoar UCC • Elberfeld, IN


GIFT IN-KIND DONATIONS FRIENDS OF HOYLETON

AC Computers All Mart Keith Allen American Legion Post 665 LaVern Anderson Rita Backstrom Baldwin Piano & Organ Center Eric Bandy Kelly J. Bandy Barefootin Saloon Esther Baumann Bee Hollow Market Tiffany Behrmann William L. Bender Mike Birdsong Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center Bea Bohenstiehl Tim Boyce Dorothy C. Brandt Brewer’s Bar & Grill Buchheit’s of Centralia Bucks Town Pub Joyce Cannon Cardinal Organization Annette Carr Casey’s General Stores Casino Queen Chicago Cubs Covered in Chocolate Chris Cox Sharon Crook Curly Q Salon Jim Daiber Patricia Daiber Jane Dick DJ Tiburon Donnewald Distributing Co. Donald Driemeier Doni Driemeier-Showers Driftwood Inn DuBois Center Eagles Nest El Cerrito El Maguey El Ranchito Michelle Etling Evangelical UCC

Miriam Evans Bill Fields First National Bank of Carlyle Arnold Franke Diana Frey Friendship House Fritz Distributing Gerald Gardner John Garleb Gilster Mary Lee Glo Salon & Med Spa Kari Going Governors Run Woody Gray Judy Hager Gene Haller Eugenie Hanson Lisa Hart Michele Helbig Joann Hollenkamp Hollywood Tan Brad Horn Huntleigh McGehee IGA Steve Klingel Tim Knoch Judith Koch Lori Kopp L.D. Kretzer Kevin Kriesel Larry Lankheit Laurus Strategies LK’s Place Tina Maddaleno Marine Corp League Detachment #74 Mark’s Auto Body Neal Mathews Mattingly Piano Service Richard McClellan Bill Meister Mi Tierra Danny Micheletto Mioux Florist & Greenhouse James Mitchell Mitchell James Salon Bob Mohr Dean Muertz

Brian Murphy Nashville Golf Course New Memphis Station Heather Newcomb O’ Fallon UCC Lisa O’ Hern Park Avenue Baptist Church Photography By Phoenix Pistol City Restaurant & Saloon Popeye’s Saloon and Restaurant Alice Potter Doug Potter Progressive Business Equipment Christy Pursell Scott Pursell Paula Redman Reifschneider’s Grape and Grill Rhonda Rettle Richard Petty Driving Experience Michelle Riechman Riechmann Bros. L. L. C. Kevin Riechmann Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis Roland Barkau Mem. Golf Course Molly Ronsick Glen Sachtleben Salem United Church of Christ Schiappa’s Pizza Schmersahl Treloar & Co. Stephen A. Schmidt Tim Schnoeker Joan Schuetz Randall Shively Shorty’s Tavern Steven Shubert Sit N Bull Saloon Skootr’s Michael Southcombe Southside Sports Bar St. Bruno Catholic Church St. Jacob UCC St. Jerome Parish St. John UCC, Mascoutah St. John UCC, Fairview Hts. St. John UCC, Maeystown St. John UCC, New Athens St. John UCC, Summerfield St. John UCC, Trenton

St. John UCC, Valmeyer St. John UCC, Collinsville St. John UCC, Wood River St. John UCC, Plum Hill St. Paul UCC, Lebanon St. Paul UCC, Nashville St. Paul UCC, Freeburg St. Paul UCC, Waterloo St. Paul UCC, German-Township St. Peter UCC, Centralia St. Peter UCC, Okawville St. Peter UCC, Red Bud St. Peter UCC, Stone Church Kenneth Steinmann Gary Suedmeyer Superior Home Products Sandi Sweeney Cleo M. Terry The 127 Lounge The Chocolate Affair The Great Outdoors Store The Night Deposit The Outdoorsman Trinity Lutheran School Trinity UCC, Belleville Unity Hospice Valbo’s Dianne Van Conia VFW of Coulterville VFW of Collinsville Village of Hoyleton J.D. Walker Deann Wallace Kathy Washausen Tom Wilderman Lucille R. Willeford Eileen Wolfinton Woods Basement Systems Wright Do It Center Zapata’s Frank Zawaske Shannon Zawaske Zion Evangelical UCC, Hoyleton Zion UCC, Marion Zoar UCC at New Hanover

THANK YOU! The people and organizations on these pages have generously supported Hoyleton Ministries in 2012. We are thankful for your continued support.

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instead of or in addition to giving money to buy needed goods and services, the following have given the goods and services themselves.

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NEVER GET TIRED OF DOING LITTLE THINGS FOR OTHERS SOMETIMES THOSE LITTLE THINGS OCCUPY THE BIGGEST PART OF THEIR HEARTS.

Every organization likes to say they have great staff, but we

really mean it. It takes more than skill to work for Hoyleton; it takes dedication. Working with kids all day may sound great, until you think about the issues that our staff deal with on a daily basis - physical abuse, mental abuse, mental illness, relived traumas, anger, grief, loss - and the list goes on.

Why do we do this work day in and day out? Many of our

folks could work any number of places with fewer emotional burdens, and perhaps make a few more dollars. They could work with kids with “issues”, just not so many of them that are as deep and heartfelt as they are at Hoyleton. That slogan

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you see on all our printed materials, “Called to Care for Those

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In Need,” says a mouthful. If our staff weren’t truly called to be here, they wouldn’t be. We are all called to this work, and we are blessed by seeing the hand of God move through us, helping children from unimaginable circumstances to live in community and reclaim their humanity.

We can not say enough about staff working on the front lines

with our kids, and that includes everyone working at Hoyleton, even our dedicated foster families.

The battle metaphor is

intentional, as we are in a daily battle to help deeply traumatized children find a place of peace in their lives. We think of our staff as heart-mending people, but that works both ways. All the staff at Hoyleton Ministries are healed through the gift of doing this work, too.

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We enter 2013 with great expectations, with a number

of new ideas and initiatives starting to take root. The Board of Directors and staff have started working on a Strategic Development Plan to guide Hoyleton Ministries into the future, and we know some of the things we intend to emphasize going forward.

First and foremost, we are a faith-based organization

and we will continue to honor and respect that tradition. God walks with us daily at Hoyleton Ministries, and we are thankful for God’s continued healing, guidance and watchful care.

Second, we will expand as opportunities that mesh

historical roots, don’t take us for stodgy or stuck in our ways. Hoyleton Ministries is a nimble organization that provides the most current therapeutic practices and treatments across diverse settings to meet the needs of children, youth and adults. We expect both expansion of existing programs into new regions, and establishment of new programs to serve new populations in the coming year.

And third, we are a transparent organization, and we

are accountable in our finances to the community and to our donors. We want you to readily see where and why we spend money, and furthermore, to see the positive social change that those dollars make in improving the health and wellbeing of children.

We thank you for your continued prayers, volunteer

service and financial support. It is always heart-warming and inspiring to grasp how many people carry Hoyleton in their hearts.

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