TO MAKE A MIRACLE? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not like making a birthday cake or a model airplane. No, the ingredients for miracles are much more precious and far more difficult to grasp. Hoyleton Ministries is a social services organization that has been making miracles since 1895. We take the expertise and limitless passion of our staff, combine it with the strength and support of donors who believe in creating a better world, and offer our clients the transformative gift of hope. These are our everyday miracles.
If you’ve ever...
THE INCREASE IN
• heard a little one laugh,
• seen a parent weep with pride over their child’s newest success,
in 2013: 11.2%
• been hugged out of gratitude, • watched a young person’s eyes light up with joy, • had a hand to hold during a moment of need
...then you’ve experienced an everyday miracle.
MISSION Hoyleton Ministries seeks to enable all people, young and 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.
RESIDENTIAL SERVICES Safe, secure environments where young people can begin their journey toward independence
CHILD WELFARE SERVICES Advocates for children as their family structures are strengthened
PREVENTATIVE SERVICES Educational programs focused on creating a better future for children and families
PUENTES de ESPERANZA (Bridges of Hope) A trusted resource for Spanish-speaking residents
RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS Hoyleton Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Home is a direct descendent of the original location established in 1895. This residential treatment facility in Hoyleton, IL provides a caring environment for children ages 9 through 21 as they address developmental disabilities, severe emotional problems, or profound behavioral issues. Therapy is focused on helping children positively change their behavior, achieve educational goals, and learn to live productive lives in the community.
Community Integrated Living Arrangement Also known as Hope House, the CILA is located in Highland, IL and provides long-term housing and services to young adults who have developmental disabilities. Hope House is dedicated to helping residents maximize their independence.
Independent Living Program The Independent Living Program helps young people as they transition to an independent lifestyle. Young people live in their own apartment and receive instruction in life skills such as money management, housekeeping, and attaining educational or vocational goals. Clients who are parents also receive assistance to ensure their children receive proper care.
Transitional Living Program Lehre Haus is Hoyletonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Transitional Living Program in Belleville, IL that provides group care in a community-based setting to eight developmentally disabled males who are 17-21 years old. The program provides these young men with skills that will help them increase their independence as they transition to adulthood.
No, not that Justin Bieber. This is Justin Bieber the Goldfish. He’s the unofficial mascot and bubbly pet of the girls who live at Hoyleton Children’s Home, the signature location of Hoyleton Ministries. Justin is there to preside over the festivities when a dance party breaks out in one of Hoyleton’s residential cottages. He provides a source of responsibility for those who are charged with his care and is a point of focus when someone wants to rest their mind by watching his graceful movements. Seven years ago, Stacy* found herself in one of those same cottages. Her young life included removal from her family, ejection from foster care, and denial of access to other institutions. Her extreme behavior challenged those around her and left her with quite literally nowhere to go. Stacy’s past experiences meant she had no capacity to trust others and no understanding of what a caring relationship looked like. She continuously fought back against the life Hoyleton offered and created situations that would test her caretakers’ endurance. Not once did the team at Hoyleton give up on Stacy. They said it was easy to see her potential, her spark. They provided an environment that felt safe and lent strength as she addressed her challenges. They taught her to respect herself. And they never missed an opportunity to tell her how special she was. Slowly Stacy started to release herself from her past and began making her own graceful movements with the help of her new family. Stacy’s astonishing progress means she has moved beyond the walls of Hoyleton’s cottages. She attends college and is creating new personal connections. One of her greatest joys is returning to visit her Hoyleton family and sharing the love they showed her with the younger residents who are just beginning to create their own miracles. *Names are changed to protect the privacy of our clients.
At five years old, you might have your first visit from the tooth fairy. You might still measure your behavior by whether or not Santa would approve. And you probably get the grins all over when someone says that your drawing of a purple horse is the best they’ve ever seen. It’s likely that you’ve grown past those milestones by the time you’re 12 years old. It’s even more likely that some of that little kid magic has faded if you’ve been split from your siblings and bounced around foster care. But you still get the grins all over if someone notices how well you did on your history test. The four children of the Nelson* family – ages 5, 7, 8 and 12 have certainly been tested. Their world was upended when their mother could no longer care for them and they were unable to find a foster placement that would keep them all together. Hoyleton’s child welfare services team prides itself on creating good “forever homes” and doing it as swiftly as possible – they say children don’t thrive when they languish in foster care. They knew they had created a small miracle when they found a permanent placement for the littlest Nelson with Ms. S.*, a kindhearted woman who was also a nurse. She was 67 years old with the energy of someone half her age and delighted in the joy that a child brought to her life. What happened next wasn’t just little kid magic – it was the kind of miracle that anyone can believe in. Ms. S. decided that adopting just one Nelson wasn’t quite enough; she found room in her heart and home for the entire brood of smart, courteous, beautiful children. The Hoyleton team swung into action and within a few months was able to make this family whole again. Visit the Nelsons now and you’ll see a dining room wall that Ms. S. has covered with drawings, certificates, awards and ribbons. Gold stars abound on this “wall of honor” that stands as a testament to the miracles that are achieved everyday by these four remarkable children. *Names are changed to protect the privacy of our clients.
Hoyleton’s CHILD WELFARE
Programs Hoyleton’s FOSTER CARE & ADOPTIVE SERVICES program serves approximately 200 children annually throughout the Metro East region. The team works with biological families to see if the family structure can be rebuilt, places the children in foster homes to care for them during the process, and finds adoptive families when that is determined to be in the best interest of the child. Their ultimate goal is to advocate for children and families during some of the most challenging moments of their lives.
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH is Hoyleton’s counseling program that provides service to several different groups. They provide therapy to children and families during their foster care experiences and partner with churches to provide counseling to their congregations. Finally, they provide therapeutic care to child sexual abuse victims as part of a partnership with the Madison County Child Advocacy Center.
HOYLETON STAFF that also donates
Hoyletonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s PREVENTATIVE SERVICES
The TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION PROGRAM provides adolescents â&#x20AC;&#x201C; both boys and girls - with the information, training and tools they need to cope with the social stresses of modern life. This sexual education program works to lower teen pregnancy and birth rates through a curriculum that teaches valuable life skills, focuses on youth activities, and creates public awareness.
The SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAM is based in Washington and Clinton Counties. It convenes stakeholders who look at the issue of youth substance abuse in their regions and creates strategies to reduce the problem.
SEEDS OF SUCCESS is a partnership between Hoyleton and the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services intended to prevent child abuse and neglect by providing intensive parenting education in the family home.
RESCUE & RESTORE provides community outreach and education on all types of human trafficking, including sex trades and labor exploitation of minors and adults.
THEY PEDALED THEIR BIKES THROUGH A DOWNPOUR FOR THE
The instructor sat on a bench near the classroom door and thought there was no way she’d see any of her teenage students at arrival time. They had been building an excellent rapport at the weekly learning sessions, but the clouds that opened up right before her class began were an awfully good excuse for them to stay home. And then a few moments later, here they came. On bicycles. In a downpour. Because they were eager to hear more of what she had to say about protecting themselves in challenging situations. Hoyleton’s Preventative Services are educational initiatives aimed at addressing some of the most difficult issues facing the Southwestern Illinois region. The programs combine topquality instruction with activism and community involvement to create a strong safety net for those who deeply need it. Recently, the Hoyleton team helped a young mother who desperately sought guidance on effective parenting but didn’t know where to turn. Counselors armed with baby gates and bottles visited her home to show her how to create a safe environment for her infant. They also gave her the tools to handle the personal stressors that come with caring for a small child. The team holds classes for young people where they discuss a wide range of topics such as the consequences of substance abuse and provide honest answers about sexuality that might otherwise cause nervous giggles around the dinner table. They partner with law enforcement groups like the FBI, who most recently called upon Hoyleton for assistance during a sensitive operation involving sex trafficking. Hoyleton is deeply committed to the notion that preventing social problems before they start is the most effective solution to create healthy communities. Wouldn’t it be amazing if miracles weren’t needed at all?
Doesn’t Come With a Helmet In the earliest hours of a fall day that hadn’t quite shaken off the previous night’s darkness, an extended family slept in the snug quarters of a Fairmont City mobile home. Mothers, fathers, children, and grandparents drifted off expecting to rise for another day of school or work. They certainly didn’t imagine being jolted from their beds by a consuming fire and scrambling for their lives. A few miles away, an employee of Hoyleton woke early and switched on her television to provide the usual background noise as she readied for work. When she saw that trailer fire, in that particular location, she knew there was no time for anything but rushing to the scene. Fairmont City’s Hispanic population has doubled during the past 20 years and now makes up 55% of its total residents. Those statistics reflect the growth in much of Southwestern Illinois, creating a large group of residents who don’t speak English and are unable to communicate with first responders. Such was the case for this fire’s fifteen victims - eight adults and seven children - who relied upon the translations of a twelve year old niece on that September morning. These are examples of the most vulnerable moments that an immigrant family can face, and the exact same moments when help from Hoyleton can feel like a miracle. Hoyleton’s employee was among the first responders on the scene and was able to offer not only communication skills but also assistance with everything from finding new clothes to replacing official documents and what was left of the cash that the family was keeping in their home. Her help was the miracle this family needed to overcome a difficult situation and get back on their path to a better life.
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PUENTES de ESPERANZA
1,116 Mission: To transform the lives of Latino children and families in southern Illinois through community based ministries directed at their physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs.
The COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM is designed to provide a wide range of services that assist the Latino population to overcome the barriers that prevent them from receiving assistance. This can include navigating legal, medical and social services systems as well as providing interpretation, translation and education. The program also includes interpretation for early childhood intervention programs that serve developmentally disabled children under the age of three and a Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Support Group.
The IMMIGRANT FAMILIES RESOURCE PROGRAM ensures that non-English speaking residents are able to access government services such as Medicaid, food stamps and social security benefits. Hoyleton staff members educate clients, assist with applications and accompany them to government offices to act as interpreters and advocates.
The LATINO SPECIAL SERVICES PROGRAM serves families who have been reported to the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services due to allegations of child abuse or neglect. Staff provides interpretation and translation for DCFS staff during their investigations and provides services to parents such as education and links to resources.
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How important are our donors? Let’s just say they’re the lifeblood of Hoyleton. Take for instance the couple who has been actively engaged in supporting our mission for over 60 years – starting in 1956 – and will continue to do so after they’re gone through a planned giving strategy. Individual donors often get involved because we help fulfill their spiritual goals; they stay involved because of the miraculous things we achieve together. Hoyleton also relies on countless church congregations who partner with us because they know that the deepest experiences are sometimes acquired outside their pews. Over the years, we’ve called on these dedicated friends to help with everything from building projects to prom dresses, birthday celebrations to budget goals. Our church relationships have consistently been among our strongest and most important. We also enjoy the support of groups that come to us because of our reputation as a place where their work is guaranteed to have an incredible impact. High school industrial arts classes choose to spend their spring breaks improving our facilities. Youth groups outside of our ministry form their own initiatives to volunteer, engage with our clients as pen pals and show their love through mentoring programs. These are relationships that last – and that change everyone involved for the better. Each of our donors enjoys being a part of something bigger. They appreciate that Hoyleton allows them the opportunity to embrace our mission in their own way, and we are grateful for their help in creating innovative methods to serve the changing needs of our community. Together, we look forward to another 100 years of making miracles.
THE WORK OUR
Residential Services Number of Clients in 2013 48 clients................ Residential 38 clients................ Independent Living Program 9 clients.................. Hope House 4 clients.................. Transitional Living Program Days of Care 13,567 days............ Residential 9,505 days.............. Independent Living Program 2,669 days.............. Hope House 64 days.................... Transitional Living Program
(TPP, Substance Abuse Prevention, Seeds of Success)
465.................. # of presentations given in 2013 935.................. # of students reached 35.................... # of partner organizations
Child Welfare Services
274........................... # of cases handled in 2013 13%.......................... Increase in cases in 2013 Staff Miles Driven in 2013 262,879 miles........ Foster Care 8,058 miles............. Behavioral Services 1,983 miles............. Rescue & Restore
Puentes de Esperanza 6......................# of bilingual staff members in Hoyleton 6......................# of partner agencies 349..................# of clients 15....................Estimates of Human Trafficking cases in Hoyletonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s service area
by Hoyleton donors in 2013
For over 100 years, Hoyleton has been creating a better world for the children and families we serve. Our long history does not mean we are satisfied with our success. Instead, we see it as a challenge to continue to look for innovative ways to evolve with our clientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s changing needs. We believe that this forward-looking attitude will allow us to touch more lives in more ways than ever before. We will continue to provide a caring home to youth as they begin their journey to independence and advocate for people whose voice has not been heard. We wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t stop educating, guiding and sharing compassion with those who need it most. And we are thankful for the profound honor of witnessing as our clients experience miracles every day.
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HOYLETON HIGHLAND BELLEVILLE CAHOKIA
EAST ST. LOUIS SALEM MARION WOOD RIVER
Hoyleton Ministries Board of Directors Tim Boyce Chairperson Rev. Michael Southcombe Vice Chairperson Patricia Daiber Secretary Chris Cox Ex Efficio Wayne Barber Kelly Bandy Barbara Bray Rev. Del Miller Christy Pursell Paul Sterrett Rev. Kevin Strope Dale Fiedler Rev. Jeffrey Schwab Donna Davis Rev. Bob Goddard
Hoyleton Youth & Family Services Board of Directors Christy Pursell Chairperson Barbara Bray Vice Chairperson Rev. Don Jones Secretary Chris Cox Ex Officio Larry Kaburick Sonja Uzzelle Ron Shownes Rev. Pamela Smith
Puentes de Esperanza Board of Directors Paul Sterrett Chairperson Dale Fiedler Vice Chairperson Mercedes Mark Secretary Chris Cox Ex Officio Jorge Perez David Ritter Lari Vanderpoel
Hoyleton Executive Staff
Chris L. Cox President & CEO Jill Lombardo Chief Operating Officer Kim Peek Director of Behavioral Health Sharon McDevitt Community Programs Director Laura Huge Director of Administrative Services Cleo Terry Special Assistant to the President & Board of Directors
In Support of our Mission – Hoyleton Revenue Sources 2013 Illinois Department of Child and Family Services $7,764,568 Residential, Foster Care, Independent Living, Intact Families, Latino Special Services, Illinois Child Death Review Team, and Southern Illinois Child Death Task Force Illinois Department of Human Services $869,526 Residential, CILA, Teen Pregnancy Prevention, Teen Pregnancy Prevention to Residential Facilities, Substance Abuse Prevention Program, Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights Illinois State Board of Education Residential Rental and Breakfast/Lunch Program for Residential
Income from Trusts and Investment
Contributions from Churches and Individual Donors
Federal Department of Justice Project Safe Neighborhoods, ICIRR SNAPS, Client’s SSI Rent
Other Contributions/ Miscellaneous Revenue
Daughters of Charity Foundation of St. Louis
International Institute of St. Louis HumanTrafficking (Rescue & Restore)
Illinois Department of Public Health Women’s Health Initiative (Puentes)
Illinois South Conference (UCC) Puentes Community Programs
FDC Foundation Residential Renovations
TOTAL 2013 SUPPORT
Hoyleton would like to recognize the following organizations for their contributions of $10,000 and under: Deaconess Foundation, Poshard Foundation for Abused Children, St. Louis Christmas Carolers Association, Suburban Journals/Old Newsboys Day, Jewish Community Relations Council and the Stupp Foundation. [Continued on reverse]
The Cost of Ministry – Hoyleton Expenses 2013 Residential
Community Services Administration
$ 4,463,098 $ 2,662,954 $861,745
Puentes de Esperanza
Fiscal Agent/Law Enforcement
Total 2013 Support
REVENUE OVER EXPENSES
TOTAL 2013 EXPENSES
Total 2013 Expenses
Balance Sheet – Assets and Liabilities ASSETS
LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS
Property & Equip
Net Assets TOTAL
Where a dollar goes at Hoyleton.... At Hoyleton, we strive to be excellent stewards of our resources and are mindful of how much money goes directly to our programs and services.
We spent $1,241,908 on administration and fundraising in 2013, with revenue of $10,210,184. This gives us a ratio of 12.16% spent on management. We are vigilant in our committment to spend our dollars on programs that help the most needy in our communities.
2013 Honor Roll of Churches Legacy Congregations Donations of $5,000.00 or more St. John United Church of Christ in Mascoutah, IL St. John United Church of Christ at Plum Hill in Nashville, IL St. Paul United Church of Christ in Columbia, IL St. Paul United Church of Christ in Freeburg, IL St. Peter United Church of Christ in Red Bud, IL Visionary Congregations Donations of $1,000.00 or more Bethel United Church of Christ in Cahokia, IL Eden United Church of Christ in Edwardsville, IL Evangelical United Church of Christ in Highland, IL Friedens United Church of Christ in Hecker, IL Friedens United Church of Christ in Troy, IL Immanuel United Church of Christ in Mount Vernon, IN Marine United Church of Christ in Marine, IL Salem United Church of Christ in Alhambra, IL St. John United Church of Christ in Collinsville, IL St. Paul United Church of Christ in Belleville, IL
Concordia UCC in Belleville, IL Evangelical UCC in Tell City, IN Evangelical UCC in Godfrey, IL First Congregational UCC in Decatur, IL Friedens UCC in Marissa, IL O’Fallon UCC in O’Fallon, IL Bethel UCC in Evansville, IN Bethel UCC in Nebraska City, NE Christ UCC in Belleville, IL Christ UCC in Dupo, IL Evangelical UCC in Marysville, KS Faith UCC in Indianapolis, IN First Congregational UCC in Dupo, IL Good Shepherd of Faith in East St. Louis, IL Grantfork UCC in Highland, IL Holy Ghost UCC at Damstadt in Lenzburg, IL Illinois South Conference in Highland, IL Immanuel UCC at Hamel in Edwardsville, IL Jerseyville United Methodist Together Class in Jerseyville, IL Salem UCC in Huntingburg, IN St. Jacob UCC in St. Jacob, IL St. John UCC in Granite City, IL
Sustaining Congregations Donations of $500 or more St. John UCC at Johannisburg in Addieville, IL St. Paul UCC in Tower Hill, IL St. Paul UCC in Carlinville, IL St. Paul UCC German Township in Evansville, IN
Partner Congregations Donations of up to $499 St. John UCC in Brighton, IL St. John UCC in Clarence, IA St. John UCC in Evansville, IL St. John UCC in Fairview Heights, IL St. John UCC in Maeystown, IL St. John UCC in New Athens, IL St. John UCC in Summerfield, IL St. John UCC in Trenton, IL St. John UCC in Valmeyer, IL St. John UCC in Waverly, IA St. John UCC in Wood River, IL St. John UCC at Midway in Moro, IL St. John UCC of Buckskin in Elberfeld, IN St. Mark Lutheran Church in Belleville, IL St. Paul UCC in Lebanon, IL St. Paul UCC in Edwardsville, IL St. Paul UCC in Nashville, IL St. Paul UCC in Evansville, IN St. Paul UCC in Staunton, IL
St. Peter UCC in Okawville, IL Trinity UCC in Quincy, IL United Church of Atwood in Atwood, IL United In Faith Church in Pana, IL Zion UCC in Marion, IL Zion UCC in Addieville, IL St. Paul UCC in Waterloo, IL St. Paul UCC at Jamestown in Pocahontas, IL St. Peter UCC in Massena, IA St. Peter UCC in Centralia, IL Trinity UCC in Troy, IN Trinity UCC in Jasper, IN Trinity UCC in Mount Vernon, IN Trinity UCC at Biddlebom at Marissa, IL Zion Evangelical UCC in Hoyleton, IL Zion UCC in Waterloo, IL Zion UCC (Lippe) in Mount Vernon, IN Zion UCC in Chrisney, IN Zion UCC in Metropolis, IL Zion UCC in New Baden, IL Zion UCC in Ursa, IL Zoar UCC at New Hanover in Columbia, IL
2013 Giving Acknowledgements Pfeiffer Gift Donations of $10,000.00 or more Mr. Eugene R. Schnur
The Superintendent’s Council Donations of $5,000.00 or more Mr. Arthur Heim, Jr. Col. and Mrs. William C. Whicher
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Arentsen Mr. and Mrs. Eric Bandy Mr. Wayne Barber Rev. and Rev. Kurt Blaufuss Mr. and Mrs. Tim Boyce Mr. and Mrs. Brett Bray Mr. Chris and Mrs. Jennifer Cox Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cunningham
The Founder’s Circle Donations of $1,000 or more Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Ellerbrake Mr. and Mrs. Dale B. Fiedler Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Hiller Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kaburick Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Klieve Ms. Carolyn Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Tom Peters Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rippelmeyer
Ms. Judy Betz Mr. Douglas Bizer Mrs. Dorothy C. Brandt Dr. and Mrs. Patrick Breitling Mr. and Mrs. Dale Buente Mr. and Mrs. Harold Byers Mr. William M. Edrington Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Gericke Mrs. Betty L. Gerth Mr. and Mrs. Rex Greene Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guse Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harbaugh
1895 Society Donations of $500 or more Mr. Greg Hoskins Rev. Donald Jones Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Kramer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Kunkel Mr. and Mrs. James M. Lombardo Mrs. Mercedes Mark Ms. Sharon McDevitt Rev. Del Miller and Ms. Chris Heckendorn Mr. and Mrs. David Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. Larry Perez Mr. and Mrs. Scott Pursell
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barbier Rev. Jerry Bennett Miss Laura Bloemker Rev. Cal Bloesch and Ms. Christine Tani Mr. Cary Brockman Ms. Jennifer Bruns Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bryant Mr. Robert Buehne Ms. Elaine Chapman and Mr. Dennis Backstrom Mrs. Nancy M. Crawford Rev. Dr. Sheldon Culver Rev. and Mrs. Bill Cummins Ms. Patricia Daiber Ms. Donna Davis Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dawdy Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. DeBruine Ms. Carol Jean Faust Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frandsen Mr. and Mrs. Justin Friederich
Mrs. Kay Gaines Rev. Robert K. Goddard and Chaplain Janis Dashner Mr. and Mrs. Keith Grote Mr. Walter and Rev. Lisa Hart Mrs. Mildred Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holderle Mr. Alan Holtgrewe Mrs. Winona A. Huckshold Mr. Robert Jack Miss Wanda Jones Mr. and Mrs. Udell Kimmle, Jr. Mrs. Julie Kloess Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Koesterer Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kohlbrecher Mrs. Ellen Kuergeleis Mrs. Tina Maddaleno Mr. and Mrs. Tim Malacarne Mr. Bill Meister Rev. Dr. and Mrs. James Mennerick Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mertz
Next Century Club Donations of $250 or more
Mr. David and Rev. Carol Shanks Mr. Robert A. Siever Ms. Cleo M. Terry Mr. and Mrs. Sonja Uzzelle Mr. and Mrs. Mark Waltermire Mr. Elmer T. Wessel Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Winney
Mr. Donald Rinderer Mr. and Mrs. John Ronsick Mr. and Mrs. C. David Rota Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Schippel Rev. and Mrs. Jeffrey Schwab Mr. and Mrs. Fred Siebenmann Mr. Herbert Skaer Rev. Jack Spratte and Ms. Barbara Van Ausdall Mr. Tom Wilderman Mr. and Mrs. Randall H. Wilson Mrs. Carol Needles Mrs. Marion Oelze Mr. George D. Parker Rev. and Mrs. Max H. Pepmeier Mrs. Alice Potter Ms. Karen Roberson Rev. and Mrs. Donald S. Sabbert Mr. and Mrs. Randall Shively Mr. Carl L. Smith Rev. and Mrs. Michael Southcombe Mr. and Mrs. David Steiner Mr. Paul and Rev. Marguerite Sterrett Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sweet Mr. and Mrs. Steve Thiems Mr. Christopher Thomas Mr. Dennis Trask Ms. Gail VanWinkle Rev. and Mrs. Fred Wehrenberg Mr. Richard Witzel Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Zurliene
Century Club Donations of $100 or more Mrs. Lydia Aberli Mr. Roland Ahlmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Andres Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Armour Ms. Shirley Asmussen Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Asselmeier Mr. and Mrs. Eric Augustin Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Bates Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Beatty Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Beimfohr Ms. Bambi Belcher Mr. Thomas F. Benedick Miss Shirley Bergmann Rev. and Mrs. Donald Bernhardt Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Boda Mr. and Mrs. Freeman C. Borcharding Mr. and Mrs. R. Lynn Bradley Mrs. Elsie Brandmeyer Mrs. Pauline Broeking Mrs. Phyllis Cassady Rev. and Mrs. William Causer Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Chase Rev. and Mrs. Earl S. Crecelius Mr. Ron Cross Mr. and Mrs. Gene Daiber Mr. and Mrs. John Dawson Ms. Jane Dick Mr. Daniel Dietz Mr. and Mrs. John Dietz Dr. and Mrs. Donald Driemeier Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Dyson Miss Irene M. Ebert Mrs. Jean A. Eckert Mr. and Mrs. Bob Edler Mrs. Michelle Etling Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Evans Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ferguson Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Fitz Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Foehner Mr. Cole Gaebe Mr. and Mrs. Gene A. Gahr Mrs. Amanda Garrison Rev. and Mrs. Noel Gehm Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Gehrig Ms. Brady Pat Genz Mr. and Mrs. Lester Germann Mr. and Mrs. Robert Germann Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Giffhorn Mr. and Mrs. William Gilbert Mrs. Mildred E. Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Going Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guerrieri Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gummersheimer Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Gusewelle Mr. Ralph Habbe Mrs. Jean E. Habermehl Dr. and Mrs. Dean Hageman Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Harres Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harres Dr. Delbert L. Harris Mr. Jim Harsh Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Heberer
Mr. and Mrs. Murray L. Hediger Ms. Janet Heil Mr. Nelvin Heisner Mr. and Mrs. Dave Henerfauth Mr. and Mrs. James Herren Mr. Charles Hesker Mr. Carl Hill Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Hinesman Mrs. Bonnie Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hoffmann Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hoffmann Rev. and Mrs. Ivan Horn Miss Terri L. Hosto Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Howald Mrs. Theresa Howard Miss Miriam Huelsmann Mrs. Laura Huge Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Hunsche Mr. and Mrs. Dean Huston Mr. and Mrs. Richard Iberg Ms. Virginia Ilch Rev. Vernon Jaberg Ms. Ayanna Jackson Mr. Alex J. Johnson Mr. Wilbert Juelfs Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kamm Mrs. Robena Keck Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Kennedy Mr. Jason Kessler Mr. and Mrs. Jack Klopmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Louis Knobloch Mr. and Mrs. John Koelling Mr. and Mrs. Loren C. Kolditz Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Kriesel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Kuergeleis Rev. and Mrs. Gustav Kuether Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Lienau Miss Karen Liszewski Ms. Constance Lockett Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lucas Mrs. Arline Magee Mrs. Tamra Maschhoff Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Mathews Mr. Neal Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Thomas U. May Mrs. Alberta McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. Mark McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. Larry McDowell Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Mehrmann Mr. and Mrs. Donald Merkle Mr. Curtis Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Milton Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Mitchell Ms. Pat Morris Mr. and Mrs. Ron Mortland Mr. Christopher Niblett Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Niemann Mr. Jeff Odle Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Oestringer Ms. Mary Otis Mr. and Mrs. Art Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Herschel C. Parrish Jr. Mr. Lloyd Patton Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Paul
Ms. Diane Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pflueger Mrs. Paula Redman Ms. Janet Reed Mrs. Aleen Renner Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Restoff Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Rhutasel Mr. Keith Riechmann Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Ruzicka Ms. Lynn Ryder Ms. Joan Sackmann Rev. John Schaller Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmidt Mrs. Linda Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schrumpf Mr. and Mrs. Dan Schuette Mr. and Mrs. Emory Schumaier Rev. and Mrs. William Schwab Rev. and Mrs. Howard Self Ms. Jane Shelton Ms. Carolyn Shields Mr. and Mrs. Ron Shownes Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Skelton Ms. Sherry L. Skelton Mrs. Pearl G. Spies Mr. and Mrs. David Springston Mr. and Mrs. Don Stanton Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Stein Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Steiner Mr. and Mrs. Earl Steiner Mrs. Verna A. Steinkamp Mr. Charles Stewart Mr. and Mrs. James F. Stille Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stolarski Mr. and Mrs. Delbert A. Straub Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Swartz Mr. Matt Swinford Rev. Stacy Tate Mr. and Mrs. Donald Taylor Ms. Deborah Trainor Mr. Eldon Trame Mr. and Mrs. Clyde D. Trexler Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. Tripp Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Turner Mrs. Dianne Van Conia Mr. and Mrs. James Vanderpoel Mrs. Mildred Warnecke Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Watson Mr. and Mrs. Harold Watson Mr. and Mrs. Terry Weber Mr. and Mrs. Mark Westcott Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wetzel Mrs. Lucille Willeford Ms. Ashley Wombacher Ms. Shannon Zawaske Mr. and Mrs. William Zeiler Ms. Judith L. Zimmerman
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