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2018 GRATITUDE REPORT Your Gifts Make a Difference!




TABLE of CONTENTS Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania


Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation


Masonic Children’s Home


Masonic Villages Your Support Across the State


Financial Report


Thank You to Our Donors


THE MASONIC CHARITIES FUND supports local scholarships, the operations of the Masonic Charities and helps those affected by national and international disasters. As a wildfire caused death and destruction across parts of California in 2018, displacing tens of 2



thousands of people, the Masonic Charities Fund provided aid by distributing donations to the Grand Lodge of California. This is just one example of how your generous support assisted where and when a need arose in 2018.

a note from

R.W. Grand Master S. Eugene Herritt EACH MASONIC CHARITY FILLS A UNIQUE NEED – a need that without your support, would go unmet: history unpreserved; a youth’s potential unfulfilled; a child unloved; an older adult uncared for; or a victim of a natural disaster unassisted. Because of you, in 2018: The Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania preserved Pennsylvania Freemasonry’s history and enlightened visitors from around the world. The Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation provided young adults with a strong foundation for personal growth and success in school and life. The Masonic Children’s Home gave 40 youth a place to call home and all the love and support they need to excel at school, on the field or stage, on the job and in their pursuit of life goals. The Masonic Villages, home to almost 3,000 individuals, provided loving care to all residents, including those who may be unable to pay for the services they need. The Masonic Charities Fund offered help at a local, national and international level for Masonic and non-Masonic projects alike. Thank you for supporting one or more of the Masonic Charities in 2018 and for believing in the mission of Pennsylvania Freemasonry. Keep reading to learn about a few of the lives being transformed by your generosity. Lifting up others and providing them a new outlook or direction in life is a priceless gift. *If you are new to Freemasonry, know that your membership, leadership and commitment are sincerely valued. This report is one of the ways we demonstrate, as Brothers, what we can do together to change the lives of those in need. Feel free to share this Annual Report with those who may not fully understand Pennsylvania Freemasonry and our five various charities which impact those of all ages.




You helped


THE SUPPORT OF DONORS LIKE YOU HELPED PRESERVE THE PAST FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS. The Masonic Library and Museum houses the past and present of Pennsylvania Freemasonry within the beautiful Masonic Temple. The unique rooms and furniture, one-ofa-kind artwork, historic books and rare documents enlighten visitors, Masons and non-Masons, alike.



The library holds a record 75,000 volumes and 30,000 archival manuscripts and collections on the histories of Freemasonry, philosophy, religion, architecture and more. Thanks to you, the library is proud to display a rare 1842 reprint of the Book of Mormon by Brother Joseph Smith, which has been re-bound and given a protective case to delay the effects of age and abrasion. With your support, in 2018, we began digitizing and indexing Masonic membership books, with much

additional work to be done. As more and more people access our historic documents, oils, dirt and debris from handling will degrade the pieces over time, and they will need restoration. In 2018, 32 Masonic lodges met inside the building, while Masons, organizations and individuals held special events in the renovated ballroom, exposing even more people to the treasures inside. Your support allowed the Library and Museum to impress more than 14,000 visitors, new and old, in 2018.


14,000+ VISITORS from around the world

150th ANNIVERSARY of the Masonic Temple datestone laying

75,000 volumes of books

“It’s a gorgeous building. Whenever someone comes to visit us from out of town, we always bring them to the Temple. Once you enter the Temple, the impact the building has is just indescribable. It’s one of the most beautiful buildings in the United States (if not the world). I get chills every time I walk in.” Brother Teddy Thornal - member of St. Andrews Lodge No. 367, Charleston, South Carolina (residing in Philadelphia)

“Stunning! Beautiful stroll through immaculate rooms and world history. Every nook, corner, bench, chair, room was amazing. I walked away so inspired by what the Master Masons had achieved in that building. I now see why adherents are high achievers in life, having something as motivating as this to belong to is enough to boost anyone. ...”

500+ INDIVIDUAL research requests completed by librarians

42 BOOKS digitized

- Google Online Review




You helped


Colby Whetstone and Hannah Primm

YOU PROVIDED YOUTH WITH LIFE LESSONS TO TRANSFORM THEM INTO LEADERS. In 2018, with support from contributors like you, the Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation impacted more than 900 young men and women as they developed skills, confidence and strong moral character. Pennsylvania’s DeMolay, Job’s Daughters and Rainbow Girls youth groups each provide 6


opportunities for young adults to work with each other, set and achieve goals, contribute to their communities and grow friendships. At the annual LifeSkills Conference, through adventures and challenges, youth built respect, responsibility and relationships. Because of you, those who were not able to cover the conference costs could attend. LifeSkills is open to any youth sponsored by a Mason or a lodge, and helps us reach youth in communities not served by a Masonic youth group.

Annual programming and antibullying workshops for adults gave them the tools to mentor future generations. These efforts help keep children safe and encourage youth to reach their highest potential. In 2018, $165,000 from caring individuals like you was invested in 61 hardworking youth through scholarship opportunities, so they had the chance to attend college. More than $1.6 million has been awarded to eligible youth since the creation of the Educational Endowment Fund in 1989.


990 youth group members

$29,408 RAISED for charity by youth

61 awarded scholarships

“DeMolay has taught me important core values. You learn to cherish the people in your life, conquer your inner fears and appreciate the things that came before you. I’ve made lifelong friends, and my experience has been life-changing. I’ve been through a lot in my life, and DeMolay has provided me a place where I can just be free.” -Colby Whetstone, member of DeMolay (pictured on p. 6, left)

“I joined Rainbow at 12 years old. Since then, I’ve developed courage and the ability to lead a group and speak publicly. I learned the importance of empathy, kindness, forgiveness and gratitude. I know how to love myself and give back to others. It’s fun to see the new younger girls come into the program and break through their shells. We all came in as strangers and are now best friends.”

689 adult advisors

8,409 HOURS of youth volunteer service

-Hannah Primm, member of Rainbow Girls (pictured on p. 6, right)




You helped


Siblings Noelia and Nestor

YOU GAVE CHILDREN A PLACE THEY WANT TO COME HOME TO EVERY DAY. Thanks to you, the Masonic Children’s Home is able to provide a safe haven for children who come from unstable environments. In 2018, 11 new children moved to the children’s home, where they received medical and dental care, academic assistance and needed items like clothing, bedding, school supplies and more. Most importantly, they found 8


a stable place surrounded by caring house parents and staff. Stability at home enables children to focus on their education, extracurricular activities, sports, hobbies, jobs and volunteering in their community. It helps them develop into well-rounded individuals who, because of you, are able to reach their fullest potential at school and beyond. Children earned a spot on the honor roll 33 times in 2018, three seniors were accepted into post-secondary

degree programs and seven alumni are receiving support with higher education, because of your generosity. Not only is the children’s home a safe place, it is a beautiful and inspiring space. Thanks to you, the children’s home underwent its first major renovation in 24 years. Throughout 2017 and 2018, each of the children’s cottages were renovated, and now each child has his or her own bedroom. A new resource center provides a one-stop shop for youth to study and meet with tutors.


Youngest child is 7 YEARS OLD

Oldest child is 18 YEARS OLD

11 KIDS arrived in 2018

“I’ve definitely grown a lot - from being shy when I was younger to now doing so much more. I’m more open to talking about things. Living with other girls, we have some differences, but we all come back together and have fun. We understand each other. Thank you so much for the opportunity to overcome things that happened in the past and come out with a new lease on life.”

“Living at the children’s home changed my life in many ways. The relationships I’ve made here are the ones I should have always had. The people here were always there for me, and I know I’m going to be there for my future family one day. I can say I got that from this place. Without the children’s home, I wouldn’t be who I am today.”

-Noelia, children’s home resident (pictured on p. 8, left)

-Nestor, 2018 children’s home graduate (pictured on p. 8, right)

2,187 HOURS of tutoring

3 SENIORS accepted to post-secondary programs





Leo and Donna Peddicord

YOU GAVE HOPE TO THOSE IN NEED OF A HELPING HAND. At Masonic Villages, residents who have spent their lives giving back to their country, families, jobs and communities, find comfort, security and purpose. Statewide, more than 50 percent of nursing care residents cannot pay for the care and services they need. Because of generous supporters like you, they live without worry and embrace each day as a gift. 10


With declining government reimbursements for health care services, your support is leaving an even bigger impression. You enable residents to live healthy, full lives with opportunities for growth, engagement and enjoyment. In 2018, to address rising expenses and shrinking reimbursements, Masonic Villages continued to expand retirement living options and explore new partnerships and services, as it has for 148 years. Hospice, home care, home health, rehabilitation, adult daily living

care, pharmacy services, volunteer opportunities and outreach round out the array of services for residents and the community. Mutuallybeneficial partnerships include schools, universities, child care centers and others, which enhance opportunities for residents and provide staff with additional support. Your generosity made special moments, like a music therapy program, and memories, like a formal evening of dining and entertainment, part of every resident’s life in 2018.


2,999 residents

2,452 staff

$45.5 MILLION in charitable care

“Masonic Village has provided us with a wonderful place to live. I live in our cottage, while my wife, Donna, lives in the Masonic Health Care Center where she is able to receive the care she needs. I cannot say enough about the donors and the staff who treat Donna so well. Even on the days I cannot make it up to visit her, I know she is in good hands. I don’t think there is a better place that we could call home than right here.” - Leo and Donna Peddicord, residents (pictured on p. 10)

“This is the place to be. I have a roof over my head, three meals a day, friendly people to talk to and so many opportunities to participate in activities I enjoy. I can be myself. I appreciate everyone who dedicates their time and energy to making sure I have everything I need here, and more. The donors and staff work so hard to keep every resident happy, laughing and healthy, and for that, I am thankful.”

3 million+ MEALS served to residents & guests

346 HOSPICE PATIENTS and families received care & support

-JoAnn Sutter, resident (pictured above in red)




You supported





702 resident, youth and community volunteers

Awarded #1 in Senior Advisor’s Best of Senior Living listing

Held its 11th Enchanted Evening event for nursing care residents

Earned 5 out of 5 stars on Department of Health survey

Residents knitted 193 blankets to benefit kids in hospitals

Distributed $93,392 in home assistance support to 46 individuals and families, which included $48,045 toward widows’ support

50+ Misericordia University students worked with residents on a fall prevention program

30 students completed their nurse aide clinical experience


6th largest employer in Lancaster County MasonicCharitiesPA.org


Voted Best Retirement Living by readers of The Times Herald

Spent 430+ hours training community nursing students


Earned 5 out of 5 stars on Department of Health survey

Brought in 5+ therapy pets, including dogs and mini horses




121 residents



ELIZABETHTOWN 2,036 residents

LAFAYETTE HILL 270 residents



“I am so pleased with all of the people at Masonic Village who have touched my mother’s life, because they care about her health and happiness as much as I do. With age, the quality of life can become hard to manage, but her quality of life is so high because of the many resources she is surrounded with, thanks to donors and dedicated employees whose generosity has impacted her life.”

“My parents made the decision to move to the Masonic Village 13 years ago for the Masonic fellowship and knowing that they would always receive good care and be around good people. They were right in making such a decision. [Staff] always made time to keep my father and I updated on mother’s health status, and the care and love that they gave to her was beyond belief.”

-Chuck Mummert, son of Masonic Village resident Mary Mummert

-Betsy DeAngelo, daughter of resident Betty Jane Rodisch


511 residents

WARMINSTER 61 residents




Your gifts made an immeasurable difference in 2018 in the lives of those in need. Your continued support will help the Masonic Charities enhance the lives of countless men, women and children in 2019 and beyond.


of your gift directly supports charitable work less than


is used for administration and fundraising

Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania Condensed Statements of Activities Without Donor Restrictions for the years ended Dec. 31, 2017 and 2018



Operating revenues


$ 701,686

Operating expenses

















Loss incurred in the fulfillment of our charitable mission* Gifts and Bequests Contribution from Masonic Villages Contribution from Grand Lodge Contribution from Masonic Charities Fund Investment income and realized gains earned on accumulated past support from the members and friends of the fraternity Deficiency of revenues, support and gains over expenses

*Losses incurred in the fulfillment of our charitable mission are historically covered by the following support from members and friends of the fraternity: gifts and bequests, contributions from our affiliated organizations, 14


investment income and realized gains, excess of revenues, support and gains over expenses. Any excess of revenues and support over expenses is reinvested so the Masonic Charities can continue to provide charitable services.

Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation Condensed Statements of Activities Without Donor Restrictions for the years ended Dec. 31, 2017 and 2018



Operating revenues



Operating expenses









Contribution from Grand Lodge



Contribution from Masonic Charities Fund



Investment income and realized gains earned on accumulated past support from the members and friends of the fraternity



Excess of revenues, support and gains over expenses



Loss incurred in the fulfillment of our charitable mission* Gifts and Bequests Contribution from Masonic Villages

Masonic Villages of Pennsylvania Condensed Statements of Activities Without Donor Restrictions for the years ended Dec. 31, 2017 and 2018 (dollars in thousands)



Operating revenues


$ 183,723

Operating expenses



Contributions to other Masonic charitable organizations



Loss incurred in the fulfillment of our charitable mission*





Realized gains earned on accumulated past support from the members and friends of the fraternity



Excess (deficiency) of revenues, support and gains over expenses



Gifts and Bequests




Grand Chapter of Pennsylvania, Order of Eastern Star, Inc.

Masonic Village at Warminster Advisory Council Mill Creek Capital Advisors, LLC

17th Masonic District School of Instruction

Anne K. Gratz

L. F. McArthur

Ted J. and Alice S. Ackroyd

Benjamin F. Griscom, IV

James J. and Virginia McCall

Robert H. and Elizabeth M. Adams

Harvey E. and Carol P. Gumto

Rosemary M. Merwin


Frank and Ruth Hall, Jr.

Linda L. Miller

Robert G. Argot

Hansen Foundation

Richard A. and Diane M. Miller

Athelstan-Lamberton Lodge No. 482

Delmer R. Harmon

Verna S. Minehart

Avalon Insurance Company

Richard G. and Marilyn B. Hawk

Brad E. and Carol E. Moore

B. R. Kreider & Son, Inc.

John P. Held

W. Scott and Lynette M. Muller

Martin H. and Gabriele M. Bayer

Allen J. and Helen E. Henninger

Joseph E. and Barbara A. Murphy

John H. and Donna Beiseigel

Grace M. Hepford

Murray S. Cashdollar, Jr. and Wayne

Betty A. Rowe Charitable Fund of

Bryan L. and Eileen H. Hill

G. Cashdollar at the Community

Judi Hindes

Foundation of Tampa Bay

Gulf Coast Community Found. Kenneth W. and Elaine K. Bleiler

Magdalena K. Hoffman

Frank W. and Judith M. Nikischer, Sr.

Patsy A. Bowman

Wendell R. and Carol A. Hunt

Northwest Bank

Boyd Watterson Asset Management

Jerusalem Lodge No. 506


Clarence A. and Helen L. Brockman

John Gross & Company, Inc.

Eleanor S. Rankin

Stuart L. and Barbara G. Brown

Clayton J. and Theresa Karambelas

Raytech U.S.A., Inc.

Hack and Jill Bucks

David P. Karl

George F. and Nancy Reitz

Kurt W. and Ruth Burg

Nelson M. Kauffman

Retirement Living Craft Group

Robert R. Carthew

Jack H. and Joan D. Kelley

Retirement Living Residents’ Association

Causeway Capital

Kelly Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust

Richmond-Solomon’s Lodge No. 3

Robert J. Cepielik

Gerald E. and Patricia A. Kemmerer

Herbert W. and Nancy Lou A. Ridyard

Christenson Investment Partners

Sally A. Kinzey

Rooster Woodshop

Concordia Lodge No. 67

Harry C. Kirchhoff and Dolores M. Miller

Dorothyann M. Rowland

Mason A. Crawford

David S. and Bridget Ann Laudermilch, II

Daniel A. Rutkowski

Culp Family Foundation

William R. and Sherrie Letcher

Frederick P. and Mary Jane Sample

H. Lawrence and Wendy H. Culp, Jr.

Lodge No. 9

John S. Savickas

Helen M. Cyzio

Lodge No. 106

Shafer Family Charitable Trust Foundation

Craig W. Dayton

Lodge No. 126 - Israel and

Shekinah-Fernwood Lodge No. 246

Mary Dearden

Malka Richter Fund

John and Cindy Sibole

William J. Decker

Heath and Holly Mackley

Joseph O. Simington

Eureka-West Shore Lodge No. 302

Theresa E. Marek

Joseph W. Simon

Friendship-Williams Lodge No. 400

Masonic Charity Golf Tournament - Central

Sloan’s Pharmacy, Inc.

Rodney B. and Karen S. Fritchley


James M. R. and Betty W. Gotta


James W. and Frances G. Stark

Lester G. Sutter

Charles A. Baltzer

Donald P. and Maureen A. Dillon

Robert F. and Joan K. Terwilliger

Joseph M. and Elizabeth A. Barnes

Galen E. and Nancy J. Dreibelbis

Teutonia Lodge No. 367


Jacqueline R. Eakin

The Norbell Foundation

Doris Herr Beane

Ann R. Edinger

The Tombros Foundation

James M. and Helen S. Berry, Sr.

Margery B. H. English

Theodore R. & Lillian S. Helmbold Fund

Edward H. and Patricia D. Bisbee

Equity Lodge No. 591

Marion J. Black

Roberta E. Ewing

Rose Marie Thompson

Alvin H. and Diane S. Blitz

Joel L. and Yong S. Farwell

C. DeForrest Trexler

Bloss Lodge No. 350

John R. Filson

Joan D. Turns

Bluestone Lodge No. 338

George W. and Carla S. Fishel, Jr.

Tyrians Chapter - Widows Sons

Donald E. and Joanne E. Bower

Robert C. and Marilyn D. Forney

Robert E. and Joyce L. Umbaugh

Robert J. and Patsy A. Bowman

Frankford Lodge No. 292

William H. Underwood, III

H. William Brady

Franklin-St. John’s Trinity Lodge No. 221

Alfred E. Vaughan, Jr.

Jean M. Brandt

Doris W. Frehafer

Joseph J. Wable

Richard E. and Donna L. Brandt

Charles L. and Johanna C. Fuellgraf

Washington Lodge No. 59

Charles F. and Donna H. Breneman, Jr.

Henry R. and Martha S. Gally

Allen E. and Nancy E. Wenrich

Michelle S. Bright

Jules B. and Patricia M. Garfunkel

Robert E. Wetzel

Clyde E. and Sarah E. Burkholder

Mary S. Gassman

Harry L. and Peggy E. Wheeler

E. Wayne and Donna L. Campbell

Raymond T. and Wendy A. George

Widows Sons Masonic Riders Assoc.

Capital City Chapter No. 146, O.E.S.

Joy E. Gifford

Chandler Lodge No. 227

Robert T. Girling

William E. C. and Mary Dearden Foundation

Clark Mechanical Services, Inc.

Larry R. Glessner

Carol L. Wolf

Tony and Elaine Ciofani

Jim Glick

Judith A. Wolf

William J. Clayton

Robert C. Glunt

Larry J. and Carol Spangenberg Wolford

Corinthian Lodge No. 573

William F. Gottschalk and Eleanor R. Devlin

Luther A. and Kimberly A. Zarfoss, II

Edward L and Carol Corkwell

Grand Court Order of the Amaranth

Carla L. Cox

Grand Holy Royal Arch Chapter

of The Pittsburgh Foundation

Marked and Hewn Chapter


David E. and Clara O. Cranmer Joseph P. and Darlene R. Crawford

Greensburg Lodge No. 225

Mary E. Alban

Michael W. Crim

Robert G. and Margie M. Gregoire

Anthony R. and Linda R. Ambrose

Cumberland Valley Lodge No. 315

Gerald W. and Jacqueline H. Groff

Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite,

Charles E. and Carol C. Curry

Merle B. and Gertrude M. Growden

Ralph C. and Elizabeth J. Davis

Mary Ann Haagen and Charles DePuy

Ann and Frank Cahouet Foundation

William C. and Susan L. Davis

William C. Hall


Joan M. Dellinger

James L. Hamilton

Apollo Lodge No. 437

William H. and Heather Dickey, Jr.

Dennis and Elaine Hamm

Alfred M. and Gloria A. Asheuer

Dietrick Lamade Lodge No. 755

Happy Hour Group

Valley of Philadelphia

of Pennsylvania



Harford Lodge No. 445

Audrey L. Mann and Family

William G. and Nancy A. Pearson

Paul R. Heckman

Donald E. and Patricia A. March

Cindy R. Phillips

Warren R. and Helen F. Heidelbaugh

Larry and Judy Marcus

Pilgrim Lodge No. 712

George E. Heinly, Jr.

Alan A. Marfin

Robert S. and Alice S. Pinnock

Duane P. and Nancy J. Hepler

Phyllis B. Masenheimer

Laura Michener Pladus

Herbert Groskin Foundation

Masonic Village & Elizabethtown

PNC Bank

Hermann-Humboldt Lodge No. 125 S. Eugene and Sally Herritt Deane W. Hillegass James A. and Doralice P. Hinton, CRUT Robert L. and Patricia Hobday

Model Railroad Club Masonic Village at Dallas Residents Assocation Masonic Village at Sewickley Retirement Living Association

Ian S. Podbelski Polen Capital Eugene B. and Laura A. Rank Richard J. Rauschkolb Martin E. and Shirley J. Ray

Margaret E. Hoffmann

Masonic Village Piecemakers Quilting Club

Charles K. and Susan A. ReCorr

Virginia S. Holladay

Masonic Village Travel Club

John R. and Betty L. Rhine

J. Larry and JoAnne Hollinger

Joyce E. and Doug F. May

Richard Vaux-Ivanhoe Lodge No. 384

Eleanor P. Homisak

Lisa M. McBride

Robert Burns Lodge No. 464

Bruce E. and Ethel Joan Howarth

Brian L. McCombs

Helena R. Roberts

David L. Hunter

George F. McGrory

James R. Rodisch and Family

Evelyn Hunter-Longdon

Ronald A. and Judy A. McKnight

Raymond G. and Sheila C. Roeder

Albert E. Jochen, Jr.

Donald A. and Linda McMillan

Diane D. Roth

John W. and Mary A. Keister, Jr.

Martha J. McNutt

Lillian J. Rothwell

Jeanne R. Kelly

A. Lucille Meissner

Charles W. and Phyllis H. Schaeffer

Frederick F. and Marjorie B. Kepner

Donald C. Meyers

Gregory M. Schaeffer

Verna J. Kern

Meyersdale Lodge No. 554

Herbert A. Schmidt

Lt. General William M. Keys

Donald L. and Lois M. Miller

Thomas J. Schmidt

Blanche I. Kinch

Jeffrey R. and Laurie E. Miller

Beverly J. Schreadley

Richard J. and Susan C. Kirk

Thomas F. and Betty A. Miller

William C. and Nancy A. Schreffler

Herbert Kramer

William A. and Marlene F. Moisey

Arthur C. and Sallie Schwotzer

Dallas L. and Diane J. Krapf

G. Edward and Rowena H. Morelock

Karren E. Scott

Baird P. and Marion H. Krecker

Mozart Lodge No. 436

Joan Seiders

Thomas and Kathleen L. Kuhn, Jr.

Richard F. and Michelle M. Muth

Terry L. and Lori A. Seiders

Glenn R. and Barbara J. Kurzenknabe

National Investment Services, Inc.

Seymore and Helen Ann Rubin Foundation

Lehighton Lodge No. 621

Elwood G. and Nancy J. Nentwig

Richard E. Sheesley

Paul A. Leitzel

Newtown Lodge No. 427

Shrewsbury Lodge No. 423

L. Sherwood Lennartson

Ronald L. and Barbara L. Nicarry

Julia L. Siipple

Paul D. Lesser

Doris M. Novinger

Matthew L. Silfies

Carole A. Light

Thomas L. and Margaret E. Oakey

George R. Simms

Ligonier Lodge No. 331

Robert C. and Linley F. Oberman, Jr.

David and Veronica Sims

Lodge No. 126

Susan R. Ostermueller

Ralph H. and Rita J. Slider, Sr.

Engracia Mack

Ruth A. Pavelik

Jay W. and Nancy E. Smith



Kenneth R. and Helene J. Smith

William Slater II Master Mason’s Club

William and Patricia Kitt

Willard A. and Lucille C. Snyder

Samuel C. Williamson

Herb Marder

Sound Shore Management, Inc.

Carl J. and Carol D. Willis

Michael and Linda Mattes

Timothy B. and Marcia L. Spangler

Winebrake and Santillo LLC

A. Lucille Meissner

Springfield-Hanby Lodge No. 767

Richard E. and Kathy Wise

Larry and Carol Miller

St. Alban Lodge No. 529

Irvin Witmer

Linda L. Miller

Thomas M. and Sarah S. St. Clair

Jeffrey M. and Sharon Lee Wonderling

Alfred and Florence Molin

Thomas H. and Sandra A. Stecher

Roland E. and Joyce Yunginger, Jr.

Robert J. and Joan R. Muffler

Thomas C. and Claudia J. Stephens, Jr.

Marcia L. Zinkel

Joseph E. and Barbara A. Murphy

Phyllis E. Stevens

Quincey C. and Elizabeth F. Norwood William R. Oberholtzer

Clifford S. and Beverly A. Sweigart


John B. and Jennifer L. Sweigart, Jr.


G. Marie Painter

Tacony Lodge No. 600

Anonymous Employee

Harry and Nancy Preis

Tamaqua Lodge No. 238

Robert and Joanne Bateman

Eleanor S. Rankin

Edward A. and Anne N. Tessaro

Jane H. Bird

Christian and Constance Reynolds

The Breidegam Family Foundation

Richard L. and Shirley F. Chamberlain

Jim and Dot Rouke

The Ken and Pam Charitable Account Fund

Margaret E. Chancellor

Joanna B. Sadler

The Seligsohn Foundation

Nona E. Chern

Frederick P. and Mary Jane Sample

Raymond E. and Annette M. Tierney

Charles and Carol Chew

Anthony D. and Cheryl E. Schafer

Nick Tisak and Madeline M. Kosela

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Coxe

Robert and Doris Schaffner

Edward S. Topper

Mason Crawford

Richard E. and Mary Ellen K. Sheesley

Mark A. and Judith R. Townsend

Bro. Earl A. and Betty L. Deibert

John W. and Gail G. Shupe

Janet Townsend

Frank J. DeRosa, Sr.

Jay W. and Nancy E. Smith

Ruth E. Turpin

Raymond and Lynn Dietz

Ivan and Hannah Snyder

Robert H. and Roberta Vaiden

Margaret B. Downes

Dot Stout

A. Preston and Brenda Van Deursen

Paul L. and Ann R. Edinger

Richard E. Sykora

Debra J. Vanek

Frank and Lois Eiler

James E. and Mary Ellen Tarman

Delores Dengler Vitas

Doris Davis Engles

Robert and Joyce Umbaugh

Warfel Construction Company

Vera G. Fittrer

Whitey and Arlene Von Nieda

Waymart Lodge No. 542

Marilyn and Bob Forney

Joseph J. Wable

Edward O. Weisser

G. Emory and Kay A. Freet

Richard H. and Iris J. Watkins

Arthur J. and Dorothy G. Wert

Carl M. Gilligan

Arthur J. and Dorothy G. Wert

David R. and Pamela C. Whitenack

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Herring

Donald S. Wood

Peggy A. Whittington

S. Eugene and Sally Herritt

Marcia L. Zinkel

Widows Sons Motorcycle Assoc.

Robbie Hoffman

Steven N. Stitzer

Sons of Abiff Chapter

Harry L. and Doris P. Oyler

Evelyn Hunter-Longdon

William L. Elkins Lodge No. 271

Shirley M. Kaupp

William Penn Harmony Lodge No. 52

Sally Kinzey




Alvin H. and Diane S. Blitz

Betty L. Deibert

Jane M. Bonsall

Joan M. Dellinger

Robert G. and Adele R. Argot

Mrs. Beatrice B. Bossler

Frank J. DeRosa, Sr.

Helen M. Cyzio

James R. and Dorothy J. Bowen

William and Bette Detterer

Benjamin F. Griscom, IV

Bob and Patsy Bowman

Raymond and Lynn Dietz

Paula K. Kauffman

Nancy B. Brain

Leona M. Dilliplane

Theresa Emily Marek

Miriam L. Braun

Margaret B. Downes

John B. and Jennifer L. Sweigart

Allen Breed

Roland E. and Ruth Dunkelberger

Rev. Raymond L. and Louise J. Brown

Patricia Ann Dyson


Richard C. and Louise J. Brown

Ann R. Edinger

Shirley Jean Brown

Bob Edwards, Sr.

Barbara E. Adams

Stuart Lesley and Barbara Garrett Brown

Robert P. Egge

Ellis C.L. Adams

Richard H. Brumbach

Frank W. and Lois C. Eiler

Mary E. Alban

John K. and Nancy R. Brunner

Ruth H. Eissler

Kathleen M. Albert

Edsel S. Bryner

David E. Elliott

William Cameron Anderson and

Bro. Kenneth and Janet Burd

Doris Davis Engles

Franklin D. and Marilyn R. Caltagirone

Shirley H. English


Anthony and Victoria Canzonieri

Richard B. Ernest

William T. Archibald

Richard L. and Shirley F. Chamberlain

Bob and Lois Fackler

Carroll S. Arnold

Margaret E. Chancellor

Robert L. Falzone

Jack R. Arthurs

Nona E. Chern

Hilbert Felton

Charles A. and Betty M. Astfalk

Charles and Carol Chew

Lucille A. Fetterolf

Ronald A. and Norma J. Aungst, Sr.

Elizabeth R. Chiartas

John and Jean Fey

Herbert D. Bailey, Jr.

Gary K. Clabaugh

J. Melvin Fisher

Captain Donald L. Baker

Ruth E. Clavier

Vera G. Fittrer

Ben F. and Lois A. Balmer, III

Ruth J. Claybaugh

Kathleen Fleming

George J. and V. Jane Balsley

Nelson E. Clements

Carl R. and Arlene S. Flohr

Larry C. Balthaser

Edith M. Cook

Pat Flowers

Arthur R. Bartholomew

Elizabeth G. Corsner

Dr. Irwin and Marcia Forman

Fred E. and Dottie L. Basehore

Edwin P. and Margaret M. Cover

Marilyn D. Forney

Robert and Joanne Bateman

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Coxe

Robert C. Forney

Martin H. and Gabriele M. Bayer

Miriam J. Coyne

Norman A. Fox

Ann K. Berger

Bro. Jim T. Crawford

John W. Francis

Bro. James M. Berry, Sr. and Helen S. Berry

Mason Crawford

Robert A. Frantz

Raymond and Jean Betz

Michael W. Crim

Catherine Margaret Frasca

Jane H. Bird

Marvin A. and Rosalie M. Cunningham, Sr.

G. Emory and Kay A. Freet

Jack and Mary Grace Blair

Michael L. Curtier

Lulu H. Frey

Imogene Blatt

Jay E. Davis (MH ‘58)

Evelyn Fries

Kenneth W. and Elaine K. Bleiler

William C. and Susan L. Davis

Thomas and Cheryl Gamon

Alberta Danks Anderson



Stephen and Patricia L. Gardner

Wendell Hobbs

Ivor F. and Mary Ellen Lewis

Rodney W. and Elinor O. Gartner

Robbie Hoffman

Gene O. and Frances R. Light

Bro. Jules B. and Patricia M. Garfunkel

Ken and Deb Holler

Julia E. Holeczy Linn

Marilyn Elizabeth Gaynor

Gwendolyn Hooper

Jack E. Llewellyn

Walter K. and Sally Gerber

Albert E. and S. Jean Hornsey

Raymond J. Loichinger

Dean M. Gettemy

David L. and Judith L. Horst

Ruth D. Long

Robert H. and Marianna H. Gillespie

Peter S. and Mary D. Houts

Angie MacIntire

Brother Richard and Sandra Gillie

Bro. Bruce E. Howarth and

Engracia Mack

Carl M. Gilligan

Ethel Joan Howarth

Kitty A. Maiden

Vicki L. Gillmore

Evelyn Hunter-Longdon

Horace L. and Prudence P. Mann

Eleanor Gingerich

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Iannuzzi

Herb Marder

George E. Ginther

Carol L. Jacobson

Phyllis B. Masenheimer

Urban Ginther

Kim W. Jeffreys

Linda and Michael Mattes

Ruth M. and Norman G. Gladfelter, Jr.

Albert E. Jochen

Linda J. Matthews

Loraine Glidden

Kenneth W. and Marcia J. Johnson

L. F. McArthur

Marge Goode

Clayton J. and Theresa Karambelas

Bro. Blaine McCamant and

William Gottschalk

Nelson M. Kauffman

Anne K. Gratz

Shirley M. Kaupp

Abram and Cora McClune

John O. and Donna M. Gregson

Jeanne R. Kelly

John E. McClure

Harvey E. Gumto and Carol P. Gumto

Gerald E. and Patricia A. Kemmerer

Lois V. McDevitt

Georgia H. Haigh

Frederick F. and Marjorie B. Kepner

Mrs. Jay E. McElravy

Mark and Karen Haines

David H. and Janet S. Ketterer

Ann B. McFadden

Clarence E. Hall

C. Wilson Kile, Jr.

Austin E. McGrath

Frank and Ruth Hall, Jr.

Blanche Kinch

John and Marguerite McKelvie

Harold E. Hartdung

William L. and Maureen H. Kingsbury

A. Erna McKevitt

R. Joe and Shirley S. Hartman

Sally A. Kinzey

Harry O. McMullen

Charlotte M. Haun

Bro. Harry C. Kirchhoff

George W. and Beverly R. Mehaffie

Mrs. Frank Haven

William and Patricia Kitt

George P. and A. Lucille Meissner

Margaret R. Headland

Mary Anne Klemkosky

George and Marian Metroka

Jim Heckman

Christian H. Kopp

Elizabeth R. Michael

James Heidler

Emery L. Koszoru

Mrs. Carl L. Miller

John P. Held

Sally and George Kraus

Carol, Larry and Rhonda Miller

Sandra G. Herb

Bro. William E. and June M. Kuebler

Dean R. and Brenda L. Miller

Georgianna S. Herdman

Nancy L. Lawson

Linda L. Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Herring

Marvin S. Lebby

Richard A. and Diane M.E. Miller

S. Eugene and Sally Herritt

Charles R. and Frances H. Lefever

Sophia Terry Miller

Robert L. and Lois A. Hersh

L. Sherwood Lennartson

Jeanette M. Milos

Beatrice Hess

C. W. Lentz

Verna S. Minehart

Joann Hinkle

Paul D. Lesser

Alfred Molin

Christine Caruthers



Deanne Molinari

Gregory Repice

Joseph W. Simon

Donald B. Morgan

Brother Christian B. Reynolds

Shirley Sinclair

Roland B. and Jill D. Morris

Constance J. Reynolds

William Slater II

Mary G. Morton

Jane Rhen

B. Jane Smith

Bill and Joan Moyer

Herman S. and Margaret H. Richard

Jay W. and Nancy E. Smith

Harold R. Moyer

Fred D. and Carol A. Rissinger

Karl H. Smith, Sr.

Jeffrey S. and Susan R. Moyer

David and Joanne Roberts

Samuel Chambers Smith

Joan Muffler

Bruce A. Robinson

Geraldine R. Snyder

Joseph E. and Barbara A. Murphy

F. W. (Robie) Robinson

Ivan and Hannah Snyder

Richard and Michelle Muth

Rich and Bette Rodibaugh

Marian S. Snyder

Bro. Carl E. and Cynthia K. Nell

James R. Rodisch

Joseph and Mildred Sobel

William M. and Bette K. Norris

Raymond G. and Sheila C. Roeder

Marvin G. and Shirley M. Speicher

William A. and Carol H. Northey

Don and Sandy Romberger

Clinton D. Spiegel

Quincey C. Norwood

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Rouke

Arnold and Elsie Stackhouse

Doris M. Novinger

Beth Rudy

Nancy Standish

William R. Oberholtzer

Bro. Daniel A. Rutkowski

Ila Faye and Richard L. Stare

Robert and Tricia Ochotny

Joanna B. Sadler

Dr. James W. Stark, Stark Family Trust

Bro. Barry Q. Olley and Joyce Olley

Frederick P. and Mary Jane Sample

Robert F. Stark

Virginia H. Orchard

John S. Savickas

Richard J. and Carol A. Stemmler

Merle L. Otto

Anthony and Cheryl Schafer

Carol and Tom Stephenson

Harry L. and Doris P. Oyler

Doris C. Schaffner

Phyllis E. Stevens

Mark A. and Eileen M. Pagano

Sally Sue Scheidemantel

David W. Stewart

G. Marie Painter

William F. Schieber

Francis D. and Mary H. Stillman

Paul J. Palko

Margaret Schmitt

Mrs. Mary L. Stock

Bro. William G., Jr. and Nancy A. Pearson

Dennis K. and Janice L. Schmuck

Dorothy L. Stoey

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Pencak

Alexander M. and Maria L. Schrader

Dorothy S. Stout

William W. Peters

Gerald R. Schuldt

Elizabeth M. Stout

Rick and Heather Peterson

James and Catherine Val Jean Schwirian

Marie D. Stringfellow

Fern B. Raff Pfister

Bro. Terry L. Seiders and Lori A. Seiders

Thomas K. and M. Joan Sturgeon

Howard E. Phillips, III

Gary L. Shafer, Sr.

Jack W. and Mary Ann Sucro

Robert C. Pine

Deborah K. Nale Shaffer

Walter L. Sykes

Robert S. and Alice S. Pinnock

Richard E. Sheesley

Richard E. Sykora

Evelyn E. Preiksat

James B. Sheffer, Jr.

Harlon H. Talley, Jr.

Harry W. and Nancy R. Preis

Jane Shepard

Carol Tallman

Eleanor S. Rankin

J. Jack Sherman and Grace S. Sherman

James E. and Mary Ellen Tarman

Edith M. Raup

Grace Shaffer Shields and C. Edwin Shields

Robert W. Taylor

Mary Steward Reeser

John W. and Gail G. Shupe

Jack M. Temsey

Judith Twesten Rehm

Carole and Jim Sieber

Bob and Joan Terwilliger

Captain Robert W. Reichard

Antonio J. L. Simoes

Raymond E. and Annette M. Tierney



Patricia A. Topping



Mark A. and Judith R. Townsend


Fran and Anne Banko

William and Roberta Traynor

Robert G. and Adele R. Argot

Elmer Denny and Linda E. Beaver

C. DeForrest Trexler

Frank and Laraine Callom

Ron and Karen Campbell

Joan D. Turns

Robert and Rosemarie Carthew

George M. Clarke, Jr.

Robert and Joyce Umbaugh

Helen M. Cyzio

Brian A. Conn and Karen S. Marusa

Robert H. and Roberta A. Vaiden

Walter G. and Judith L. Dick

Douglas I. Davis

Barry W. Van Rensler

Roy and Jeannine Gish

Richard L. Dean

Stanley L. and Arlene Von Nieda

Benjamin F. Griscom, IV

Betty L. Deibert

Joseph J. Wable

William C. and Joan H. Hall

Raymond J. DeRaymond

Harold E. Walchli

Thomas and Judith Host

Carl and Terry Dunbar

William H. and Beverly A. Walter

A. Jane Jones

Donald B. Evons

Linda H. Wasserman

Paula K. Kauffman

Jerry and Michelle Gallagher

Richard H. and Iris J. Watkins

Frederick and Terri Koehler

Nicholas J. Geers

Edward O. Weisser

Theresa Emily Marek

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Herring

Bro. Gary P. Wendt

Michael Sylvester Marrone

Leon R. Johnson

Allen and Nancy Wenrich

Fred Pansing and June E. Hencelman Pansing

David K. and Denise L. Koch

James S. and Arlene S. Wentle

William and Kathy Prazenica

Steven L. Kohl, Jr.

Arthur and Dorothy Wert

Shirley S. Rowley

James T. Kramer, III

Carl E. and Neda Mae Wert

N. William Sheff

Bruce Mendenhall

Ginny Whitsel

Glenn A. Stef

Rosemary M. Merwin

Ruth Williams

John B. and Jennifer L. Sweigart

William and Joan Moyer

Bryan S. and Jean Marie Windham

Al Vaughan

Eugene B. Rank

Edward S. Topper

Larry J. Wolford and Carol

Jeffrey C. Rhein, PM

Spangenberg Wolford

William C. and Phyllis Ruth

Jeffrey and Sharon Wonderling

Troy A. Sherwin

Donald Steele Wood

Lester G. Sutter

Walter H. and Carolyn M. Wright, Jr.

Sara E. Telencio

Paul A. and Nancy Yanushis Barry C. Yingling Charles F. and Mona L. Yingling Luther and Kim Zarfoss Barbara K. Zell George E. Zimmerman, Jr. Marcia L. Zinkel





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