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2009/2010

ANNUAL

REPORT


OUR MISSION To improve the lives of people and their families by mobilizing and uniting the caring power of our community.

HISTORY OF UNITED WAY United Way began 120 years ago in Denver, Colorado with a handful of community leaders working together to raise resources to help children and families and became known as the Community Chest. Over the years we have operated under a number of names and our expertise and focus has always been in human services. Your local United Way of Sarasota County was formed in 1947.

UNITED WAY’S UNIQUE ROLE Today we continue our work to advance the common good by focusing on Education, Income and Health. These are the building blocks for a good life—a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement, and good health. • We focus on just one thing, health and human services. • We give you an accountability level involving your own community leadership that monitors results; and brings other supporters to the kind of causes you believe in. • United Way is able to leverage your gift. For every dollar you give to United Way, we are able to leverage additional funding from other sources.

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chair Debra Douglas FCCI Insurance Group

LEADERSHIP AND EXPERTISE IN HUMAN SERVICES

Vice Chair William W. Merrill, III Icard, Merrill, Cullis, Timm, Furen & Ginsburg, P.A. Treasurer Susan Scott Sarasota County Government Charles D. Bailey, III Williams, Parker, Harrison, Dietz & Getzen Jacob Beychok CYD STAR Volunteer Mark Davy SouthBay Investment Group, LLC

• Broad reach of relationships with government entities, community health and human service agencies, and local business leaders

Philip A. Delaney, Jr.

• Ability to leverage funding dollars to create initiatives with measurable outcomes improving all areas of a family’s life

Florida Power & Light

Northern Trust

Rae Dowling E. Keith DuBose

• Strong, experienced and diverse board of directors and community leadership

Matthews, Eastmoore, Hardy, Crauwels & Garcia, P.A.

• Conservative fiscal management with experienced volunteer committees overseeing expenditures and endowment investments

Sabal Palm Bank

• Community Impact Committee consisting of community partner volunteers who screen all agency programs to insure sound investments, and that funded programs meet objectives with measurable outcomes • Knowledge of the community and responsiveness to its needs with the ability to create programs as issues arise, such as 2-1-1, Suncoast Partnership to End Homelessness, Building Strong Families, Success By 6TM, and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

Brian Hall Kimberly Hopper Regions Bank

Nelson Lane (Ex-Officio) Sarasota Memorial Health Care System

Robert J. Lane Kerkering Barberio

Marc Lazarus R & L Healthcare Advisors

Shaun P. Merriman Gateway Bank

Peter Norden Clear Channel

Karen E. Rushing Clerk of the Circuit Court

Joe Taylor Publix Super Markets. Inc.

Lori M. White The School Board of Sarasota County Florida

Ex-Officio Alexander L. Young President & CEO

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LETTER FROM CHAIR AND PRESIDENT United Way of Sarasota County was formed in 1947, and today we continue our work to advance the common good by focusing on Education, Income and Health. These are the building blocks for a good life—a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement, and good health.

Debra Douglas Chair of the Board 2009/2010

Our focus on health and human service issues, our record of accountability, and our willingness to partner with organizations and individuals from all sectors of our community, allow us to make the best use of the contributions of our citizen’s time, talents, and generous financial support. Those partnerships over the years have led to the creation of United Way 2-1-1, a region-wide service handling over 50,000 calls for help last year, to the ongoing work of Success By 6™, our community's effort to ensure children are ready for school and life, and to other efforts like ‘Building Strong Families’, our program to prevent homelessness. We are particularly proud of the Financial Stability PartnershipTM as a long-term effort to help hard-working people and their families achieve financial independence. Through efforts focused on increasing families’ income through programs like the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance service, participating in the creation of the Manatee-Sarasota Workforce Partnership, and a process designed to support financial education, we are moving forward to create a better quality of life for everyone in our region.

Alexander L. Young President and CEO

A special note to all our donors and community partners: Your compassion and generosity have made the accomplishments highlighted in this Annual report possible, and for that we say, “Thank you”!

Debra Douglas 2009/2010 Board Chairman

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Alexander L. Young President and CEO


EDUCATION. United Way of Sarasota County has a long history of helping children and youth achieve their potential!

IMPACT. SUCCESS BY 6 Leadership Council E. Keith DuBose, Chair

United Way Success By 6™ (SB6) focuses on all children, birth to age six. Locally, the goals are three-fold: children are healthy, safe and prepared for kindergarten; parents are empowered to be their child’s first teacher; and community values and supports early childhood development. Some of the key activities include:

Matthews, Eastmoore, Hardy, Crauwels & Garcia, P.A.

David Adkins Herald-Tribune Media Group

Maureen Avila Avila Family Law Office

Kerry Kirschner Argus Foundation

John Lewis

Supporting Hands, Hospital Newborn Bag, filled with infant care and developmental information for over 4,800 new moms each year at Sarasota Memorial Hospital.

Community Volunteer

Bill Little Sarasota County Health & Human Services

Janice Mee

Emergency Childcare Scholarship, short-term funding for a child in pre-school while the family works through a crisis. Getting Ready for Kindergarten Calendar, 12 months of daily interactive activities for children and parents to enjoy as well as necessary developmental information and contacts for available services.

Community Volunteer

Karen Rushing Clerk of the Circuit Court

Wendy Smith Publix Super Markets, Inc.

Cathy Winkler Sarasota Memorial Health Care System

Ready Set Grow Family Fair, free for all families, providing information on child development, health education, safety facts and school readiness in a fun, safe environment. Look for the Stars Community Partnership, a consumer guide to help parents choose the right pre-school, administered by the Early Learning Coalition of Sarasota County and supported by Success By 6™ in partnership with several key funders in the County. United Way Success By 6™ proudly works in partnership with business, government, education, health, and human services together to create long-lasting changes for a brighter future for children.

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INCOME.

IMPACT.

United Way offers hard-working people and their families the opportunity to move toward financial independence! The Financial Stability Partnership™, focuses on the goal of transforming the financial tightrope that many families face in Sarasota to solid ground where households can access financial education programs, find resources/services to manage their money, and save for the future and build assets.

No family is untouched by the recent economic struggles. We need you to join us in creating real, lasting change in our community. FINANCIAL STABILITY PARTNERSHIP™ Planning Committee Elliott C. Metcalfe, Jr., Chair Metcalfe, McLain & Joy

John M. Dart Adams and Reese, LLP

Paula Dumas Day Hagan Asset Management

Cesar Gomez

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program increases the number of residents applying for EITC (Earned Income Tax Credits) and CTC (Child Tax Credits) with free tax preparation sites. Second year results included 9 permanent tax preparation sites in Sarasota, Venice, North Port (2) and Arcadia with mobile outreach to Englewood, Laurel and Newtown. 59 trained VITA volunteers helped clients receive $1,343,919 in total refunds. Building Strong Families through Crisis Prevention was initiated in 2003 by Tocqueville Society members, Al and Barbara Siemer. Families facing homelessness due to medical illness, employment loss or reduction, domestic violence etc. enroll with Jewish Family & Children’s Services to address the underlying causes of their problem. The main goals are to continue children’s education in their originating school while addressing the families’ immediate crisis and re-establishing housing stability. United Way of Sarasota County invests contributions in the basic things that we all need.

Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce

Annette Haile Community Volunteer

United Way Audit Committee

Michael A. Hamilton SunTrust Bank

Janice Socha IRS-SPEC

Marc Lazarus

Nelson Lane, Chair Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System Marc Lazarus

R & L Healthcare Advisors

R & L Healthcare Advisors

Charles O. Murphy

Michael Wilson

The Bank of Commerce

Wendy B. Namack

Williams, Parker, Harrison, Dietz & Getzen

Namack Portfolio Investment Professionals, LLC

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HEALTH. United Way of Sarasota County wants more people to have access to the medications they need! The FamilyWize Prescription Drug Discount Card helps people who don’t have health insurance, or need medicine not covered by their insurance plan. Over 34,000 cards have been distributed locally and lower the cost of medicine by an average 35%. Provided free-of-charge, there are no age restrictions, no income restrictions, or eligibility application. Most pharmacies here and throughout the United States accept the FamilyWize prescription drug discount card and it can be used as often as needed. Individuals received a total discount of $72,807.22 equating to an average savings per claim of $21.75.

IMPACT. COMMUNITY IMPACT COMMITTEE Mark Davy, Chair SouthBay Investment Group, LLC

Karen Rushing, Past Chair Clerk of the Circuit Court

Ken Alexander Sarasota Memorial Health Care System

Debra Douglas FCCI Insurance Group

Mimi Goodwill Community Volunteer

Kimberly Hopper Regions Bank

Marc Lazarus R & L Healthcare Advisors

Dale Ott Vitil Solutions

Rescuing People in Crisis Building Strong Children & Families Empowering People to Independence Community Support Services

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LETTER FROM THE CAMPAIGN CHAIR

It was my honor and privilege to have served as the Campaign Chair for the 2009/2010 campaign for United Way of Sarasota County. In the face of unprecedented economic challenges it was exciting to see our community pull together with their time, talent and financial support to help us have a successful campaign. Thanks to the dedication of many, many committed volunteers and our excellent United Way staff, this year’s campaign raised over $2,722,065. Great job! Thank you again for your generous support of our community and United Way. You are a shining example of what it means to “Live United”.

Brian Hall Campaign Chair 2009/2010

Brian Hall 2009/2010 Campaign Chair

$500,000+

$10,000—$49,999

Publix Super Markets

City of Sarasota Clerk of the Court Comcast Fifth Third Bank Florida Power and Light Icard, Merrill, Cullis, Timm, Furen & Ginsburg, P.A. Kerkering Barberio Macy's Northern Trust Raymond James Superior Bank Target Stores Sarasota County Tax Collector The Sarasota Board of County Commissioners United Way of Sarasota County Universal North America UPS Wachovia, A Wells Fargo Company Williams, Parker, Harrison, Dietz & Getzen

$100,000—$499,999 FCCI Insurance Group SunTrust Bank The School Board of Sarasota County Florida

2009/2010 CONTRIBUTING PARTNERS

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$50,000—$99,999 Herald-Tribune Media Group Sarasota Memorial Health Care System


$1,000—$9,999 Achieva Credit Union Adams and Reese, LLP Andesa Services AT&T Bank of America Bank of Commerce Baxter Bay Village BB&T Berry Plastics Best Buy Blue Cross Blue Shield Cavanaugh & Co Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce Child Protection Center Children First Clarke/Eric Mower and Associates Clear Channel Coastal Printing Community Haven for Adults and Children with Disabilities Cove Cleaners Crane Enviromental Dillards Doctors Hospital of Sarasota Early Learning Coalition of Sarasota County Eli Lily Enterprise Holdings Federal Express Gateway Bank General Electric Harris Bank Iberia Bank IBM Insignia Bank JC Penney Jewish Family and Children's Services JP Morgan Chase L-3 Communications LandMark Bank Lydian Bank Merck MetLife Foundation National City Nationwide New College Octex Pfizer Planned Parenthood of Central & Southwest Florida Price Waterhouse Tampa Bay Proctor & Gamble RBC Realtors for Kids Regions Bank Ringling College of Art and Design Robb and Stucky Robertson Consulting Sabal Palm Bank

Safe Place & Rape Crisis Center Salvation Army, Sarasota Corps Sarasota Bradenton International Airport Sarasota Classified/Teacher's Association Sarasota County Property Appraiser Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Sarasota Family YMCA Sarasota Ford Senior Friendship Centers SouthBay Investments, LLC Suncoast Communities Blood Bank The Florida Center Town of Longboat United Way 2-1-1 Manasota University South Florida UPS Retirees WalMart $100—$999 AAA American Red Cross, SW Florida AMIkids Sarasota County Bob's Laundry Cadence Bank Ceredian Comerica Delta Airlines Do It Best Indiana Easter Seals SW Florida, Inc. Epilepsy Services of SW Florida Gap Stores Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida Hartford Financial Health South HRH of Sarasota HSBC Illinois Tool/KELA Ivoclar-Vivadent Buffalo Lutheran Services Florida M&I Bank Massey Services Mental Health Community Centers, Inc. Mercurio Bridgeford Peterson Manufacturing Progress Energy Sarasota Military Academy SC Johnson & Wax State Farm Stryker Medical Michigan Suncoast Center for Independent Living Suncoast Partnership to End Homelessness Supervisor of Elections Sutter Roofing Synovus Bank TECO/Peoples Gas TIB Verizon Western Southern Xcel Energy Foundation

2009/2010 CONTRIBUTING PARTNERS

2009/2010 CAMPAIGN LEADERSHIP TEAM Brian Hall , Campaign Chair Sabal Palm Bank

Peter Norden, Commerce/Industry Clear Channel

Rae Dowling, Education Florida Power and Light

Mike Hamilton, Finance SunTrust Bank

Bill Little, Government Sarasota County Health and Human Services

Peter Genersich, Legal Wachovia, A Wells Fargo Company

Robert Carter, Non-Profits Senior Friendship Centers

Ed Bertha, Real Estate Real Magazine

Wendy Smith, Retail Publix Super Markets, Inc.

Terry Ball, Retail Publix Super Markets, Inc

Andria Bilan, Speaker’s Bureau Jewish Family and Children's Service

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TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY

The Tocqueville Society recognizes local philanthropic leaders and volunteer champions who have devoted time, talent, and funds to create long-lasting changes by tackling our community’s most serious issues. Membership in theTocqueville Society is granted

WHEN YOU

REACH

OUT A HAND

TO ONE

to individuals who contribute at least $10,000 annually to United Way. Our local Tocqueville Society was established in 1989 under the leadership of Alex and Betty Schoenbaum, and continues today through the leadership of our Tocqueville Growth Committee and the following extraordinary individuals whose collective gifts raised more than $424,607 for the hard-working families of Sarasota County. In addition to their annual gift, several of our

YOU IMPROVE

Tocqueville members have also endowed their gifts to ensure their

THE CONDITION OF ALL

support in perpetuity.

Major Gifts Committee William W. Merrill, III, Chair Icard, Merrill, Cullis, Timm, Furen & Ginsberg, P.A.

Philip A. Delaney Jr. Northern Trust

John B. Harshman Harshman & Company

Dr. Kenneth Kiehl Community Volunteer

Marc Lazarus R & L Healthcare Advisors

Shaun P. Merriman Gateway Bank

Renno Peterson Esperti, Peterson & Cahoone

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Barbara and Al Siemer focus their philanthropy on education, prevention of homelessness, and the arts. In addition to their volunteer leadership with the United Ways of Central Ohio, and Sarasota, Barbara is also on the boards of the New Albany Foundation, Columbus Museum of Art, and Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota. In 2004 the Siemer’s initiated the Building Strong Families program in Sarasota, designed to reduce student mobility and enable families to stay in their homes. They are working with United Way to expand this program to additional communities in the states of Florida, Ohio, and eventually across the country.


Million Dollar Roundtable $1,000,000+ Major General Raymond E. Mason, Jr. and Margaret E. Mason** L Margaret A. Sanders* L Al and Barbara Siemer**

Order d'Fraternité $75,000- $99,999 Estate of Vincent and Helen Blecker

Order d'Egalité $50,000-$74,999 Virginia B. Toulmin*

Membres de la Société $10,000-$14,999 Matt and Margaret Callihan Kamlish and Luci* Chainini Linnie E. Dalbeck Memorial fund Isermann Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Wendel F. Kent John and Elenor Maxheim Ralph Nadler Memorial Fund Lee and Bob Peterson Jane Ritter L Violet Rubin Betty Schoenbaum L Judge Charles and Ruth Simpson L Charles and Dee Stottlemyer Barbara Perkins Stuart Virginia Tarika Robert and Joyce Tate Stanley and Merry Williams Alex and Pat Young

TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY

Ordre de Liberté $25,000-$49,999 Malcolm and Jasmine Candlish Don* and Janet Hevey Bill and Karen Merrill

Patrons de la Société L Legacy Donors have made commitments to endow their annual Tocqueville gifts.

$15,000-$24,999 Audrey Amelia Adams* Estate Dart Foundation Richard and Joanne Freeman Ron and Shirley Gossett Anne O. Swain

**Million Dollar Roundtable Members Nationally * deceased

Major General Raymond E. Mason, Jr. and Margaret E. Mason recognize United Way as tthe best way to make an impact in Sarasota. Their special interests include assistance to disadvantaged children, families and individuals, and youth development activities.

MILLION DOLLAR ROUNDTABLE $1,000,000+ Major General Raymond E. Mason, Jr. And Margaret E. Mason Margaret A. Sanders* Herbert G. Wile*

LEGACY SOCIETY

UNITED WAY FOUNDATION

An investment in the United Way Foundation provides an opportunity to benefit children and families in our community. Donors can focus their gifts on specific areas they feel passionately about and insure their support in perpetuity. The purpose of these gifts is to:

$200,000+ Rosaline A. Brandau* Marital Trust Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kiehl Ralph* and Margaret Nadler Frank and Trudy* Paul Richmond Family Fund Jane Ritter Nat and Betsy Saltonstall Judge Charles and Ruth Simpson Two members wish to remain anonymous

• Create a reserve for capital, special initiatives or other expenditures not ordinarily covered by annual gifts • Supplement annual giving to sustain projects during challenging economic

FOUNDERS CIRCLE $100,000+

times • Accommodate wishes of donors who want to make a long-term impact for their special causes and meet their personal financial needs

The 9 following are some of the ways that local people have made their gifts: Gifts of Cash, Equities, and Real Estate. Charitable Gift Annuities, Remainder Trusts and Lead Trusts. Bequests from a Will or Trust, and naming United Way as beneficiary of retirement plans, life insurance, or annuities.

Frank and Elsie Bushroe* Milton Fischman* Ron and Shirley Gossett Bill and Karen Merrill Jay and Edith* Rudolph Matt and Judy Sperling R. Wendell and Lynda* Spragins One member wishes to remain anonymous * Deceased

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THE KEEL CLUB

The Leadership Giving Society is a select group of over 800 donors that make a tremendous impact on our community. The Keel Club Admiral, Captain, and Community Impact Leaders are acknowledged in our Annual report and throughout the year in various activities. Keel Club members join together demonstrating their commitment to create positive change in the lives of thousands of people in our community.

Keel Club Admiral

United Way Finance Committee Susan M. Scott, Chair Sarasota County Government

Kimberly Hopper Regions Bank

Dale Ott Vitil Solutions

Pam Schuneman Kerkering Barberio

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$5000 - $9,999 Gerard Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Delaney, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eckel Frankilin G. Berlin Foundation Mr. Jack L. Goldsmith John B. Harshman Huisking Foundation G. W. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. King Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lauritsen Diane McFarlin Matthew J. Otto Mr. and Mrs. Renno L. Peterson Alice W. Rau Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sims R. Wendell Spragins One donor wishes to remain

Keel Club Captain $1,000 - $4,999 Chief Peter J. Abbott Ken and Gayle Alexander Joe Alger Mr. and Mrs. James R. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Steven Anderson Patricia L. Andrews John Annis Kristina L. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Austin Billy V. Ayers Luis and Christina Azuri Dan and Nancy Bailey Justin Balsers Brian Barnes Dorothy Barth Robert Bartolotta Ms. Loretta Bates Charles R. Baumann, Jr.

Mandell L. and Madeline H. Berman Peter and Alice Biegel Barbara Bilodeau Sophie Bing Wayne Bird Anne and Walter Bladstrom Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Blair Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Bohan Del D. Borgsdorf Marjorie Boulware John F. Boyles Bob and Joan Brakel William Breda, Jr Shari Brickley Charles Brown Johnny Brown Marlon Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Brown Russell Brown Susan Brown Mrs. Wm. P. Brownell Kelly Bryant Susan Bryant Denis and Christy Cain Yadira Cardenas Heather Carson Deanna Catalano Vincent Catalformo Gerald J. Cavanaugh Mr. and Mrs. John V. Cavanaugh Theresa Chambers Mr. Charles H. S. Chapman Petra Charbonneau Cathy Chrisman Paul Connett Deborah M. Cooley Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Aubert Y. Coran Jane T. and Robert V. Corning Fund of the Community Foundation of Sarasota County


Linda Kathryn Council Jennifer Crosson Harold and Ann Cunning Amanda and Norman Cyphers Lyndi and Richard Cyphers John and Debbe Dart Mary Ann Daugherty Kevin and Margaret Daut Addison M. Davis Audrey Davis Brenda Davis Mark and Ann Davy Alexander DeMicheli Daniel DeTorre Hubert and Ruth E. Delynn Fund at The Community Foundation Sarasota County Mr. and Mrs. Charles Desenberg James O. Dieffenwierth George and Fran Dietz Mr. and Mrs. John E. Dixon Fay Donaghy Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Donegan Jacqueline Dorsett Robert Donzalski Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dorsey Peter and Debbie Douglas Albert Downs Billy Drake, Jr. Jack Drew, III Steve Dvoskin Phyllis and Albert Dworkin Sergio Eastman Dr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards Mrs. Ruth T. Entrekin Ricardo Espino Dustin Eubank Lisa Eubank Jack O. Fairbanks Chad Falde Mr. and Mrs. Reid D. Farrell Juliet Fechheimer Kevin Ferry Michael J. Fetzer Debbie Fifield Mr. and Mrs. J. Cary Findlay Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Fineshriber Mr. and Mrs. John Flaherty Jon Forbes Kathleen and Michael France James Frost George H. Fulford Dwight Gaiton Tony Ganster Robert W. and Dorothy B. Garner Fund of the Community Foundation of Sarasota County Lynette S Garrett Todd Gartell Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Garvin Jason Gaskill Sondra Gay

Carey Geaglone Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Gensler William and Ruth Getzen Joseph Giangreco Jordan and Stacey Gillman Frank Gluvna Todd J. Goehring Ernest C. Goff Jay and Mimi Goodwill Caroline Graham W.A. Granberry Family Charitable Trust Scott Greer Larry and Julia Griffith Michele and Caleb Grimes Pamela J. Grove William Haarer Jack Haas Brian and Betty Hall Rick Halloran Jim Hamilton Mathew Hamilton Mike and Debbie Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. William Harrison Robert Hart Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Hartenstine Tracy Y. Hatley Craig Hawkins J. Garrett Heard, IV Benjamin Henry Mrs. Emil Hess Timothy Hiebel Dr. Washington C. Hill Carl Hinkle Dale Hintz Mike Hobart Christine Hodge John Hoefling Arnold Hoffman Edna Hoffman Christopher A. Hogue Kimberly Hopper Mr. and Mrs. James L. Horan Kurt Hoverter Sarah and Tramm Hudson Diane M. Huntley Catherine F. Hynes Kathleen Iott Beverly F. Jackson Jelks Family Foundation Leah and Michael Johnson Scott Eric Johnson Lon and Trish Jones Mr. William R. Jones Darlene and Steven Jordan David W. Jungst Allen L. Karpe Joseph A. Keene David Kenney

THE KEEL CLUB

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Keel Club Captain (cont.)

THE KEEL CLUB

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$1,000 - $4,999 Susan Kenyon Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kiehl Mr. Boyd Klein Katie Knight Dr. Tracie Knoppt Dale A. Koch Ms. Charlene Kochanowski Pat Kolodgy Natalie Koniszczuk Bogdan Korszen Brian D. Kouns Lisa Krouse Shawn Krstonich Kelly Kunkel Alan Kurecki Jim Kurtz Mr. and Mrs. John Labar Jennie Lafave Daniel Lake Robert and Rebecca Lane Jean E. Langdon Andy and Michelle Lappin Paul Lariviere Dale Larocque Mike Lawless Gregg D. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. M. Lazarus Derek Leach Thomas LeFebvre Claire Levin Dave and Ellen Levine Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Light Mrs. Betty Lindenberg Mark F. Lipford Mr. and Mrs. Larry Long Brian Lynch Mary MacArthur Robin T. MacDonald Doug and Gwen Mackenzie Ryan MacKenzie Jeffrey Malanowski Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Mario Ken Marsh Jeremy Martin John R. Martin, Jr. Thomas A. Martin, Jr. Michael Mast and Family Sue Mastaris John Matosky Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Matson Michelle Matson Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McArdle Stacy and Bill McClain Trish McConnell Sean J. McHale Bob and June McKillop Kyle McLaughlin Shaun and Wendy Merriman

Angela, Kelly, Sierra and Madison Meyers Dr. Gordon E. Michalson, Jr. Hugh and Jeannie Middlebrooks John Milano Coleen Miller Jeanette Mills Ronald Mills Anthony Mollo Mercedes Monaco Perry and Betty Monroe Kevin Moore Glenn Morris Charles O. Murphy Dennis B. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Murphy Richard N. Murray Todd Myers Richard and Denise Nelson Robin Neuer Mr. Richard L. Newdick Jennifer Nichols Melissa Nieto Carol J. Noah Susan Noel Brandi Nolette and Family Pete and Bernadette Norden Helena M. Norquist Allen Novak Nancy Ostrander Tanya Overstreet Scott Pederson Gary Pemberton Chris Pennewill Sandy Lynn Pepper Mike and Marcia Perry Marjorie Peter Mrs. Raymond Peterson Sean and Heather Pettey Franklin Pfeiffenberger, M.D. Jennifer Pintacuda Michael S. Plunkett David Price Kaitlin Priday Stephen Queior Richard Raphial Susan and Terry Rawson Patrick K. Ray Alexandra T. Reich Chris Ricciardone Jeff Richards Virginia and Karl Ringer James L. Ritchey, ESQ Nichelle Roberson Dr. Brue E. Robinson Dale and Beverly Rodgers Carol Rodriguez Mike and Rachael Roi Robert Romagnino, Jr. Gary Romano Ms. Donna T. Rourke


Melodie Ruff Karen E. Rushing Laura Russo Skip and Gail Sack The Robert and Linda Salisbury Fund Heather Sanborn Kristen and Daschner Sande Steven and Kristen Sander Michele Santacroce James M. Santarsiero Jill M. Santorelli Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Schaper Marie Schindel Ryan Schlotterback William M. and Kathleen R. Seider Mrs. Catherine S. Sellors James D. Shaffer Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shapiro Darlene Sharpe Marshall Sheppard Douglas J. Sherman Brian Shumway Yvonne Shumway Eva and Stephan Slane Fund at The Community Foundation of Sarasota County Wendy and Chris Smith Kurt Sokol Lonabelle Spencer Margaret V. Springer Katie Schlotterback Dennis L. Starkey The Landing's Eagle Mrs. David Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Storck John M. Strickland PA Tom and Trish Sugalski Ryan Swartz Jenifer Tamman Rebecca and Philip Tavill Joe Taylor Christopher Tenaglia Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Terhaar Brad Thistle William Thompson Mr. R.S. Thomson, Jr. Connie Tilley Randy Upton Theresa Urbaniak Dr. and Mrs. Humberto Vainieri Jessie Varnam Jessica and Vince Ventimiglia Steven J. Vito Jim Walker David Waring, Jr. James R. Watje Michael W. Weber Debra Weisz Nancy C. Wellford James W. West Geoffrey Westervelt Brett Wheeler

The Edward and Ruth W. Wilkof Foundation Albert Williams, Jr. Brek and Nancy Williams Randy and Ashley Williams Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Williams Duane Willis Rupert Willis Clyde and Prem Wilson Art and Phyllis Wittmer Dale R. Wolf Terry Young William C. Young Christopher Youngblood Barbara Zdravecky Guadalupe Zerbin Melissa A. Zockinei Seven donors wish to remain anonymous

Community Impact Leaders $500-$999 Geraldine Aaron Jeanne Abel Brian Abrams Deborah E. Acebo Daman J. Adams David Adkins Ross Alander Michael A. Albair Mr. and Mrs. J. Brock Albert Robert and Marsha Albert Mrs. Philip Albrecht Marti Albritton Cheri Alexander Constance Andersen Brenda S. Anderson Kelli Anderson Patricia L. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bahr Denis Baker Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baker, Jr. Sean A. Bangs Rick Barber Gordon B. Bauer Tom Bayles Deborah Beacham, P.A. Thomas Becnel Bruce M. Begany Mr. Martin Belkin Daniel S. Bennett Michael L. Bennett Marcy Lynn Bernstein Philanthropic Fund John T. Berteau, ESQ Samuel Bianchi Patricia N. Black Nancy J. Blair Dr. and Mrs. Horace Blood Roger Boggs Randall Bond Linda Bonnett Marten H. Bos Deborah B. Bouchard

THE KEEL CLUB EVERY PERSON

CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

NO MATTER THEIR ABILITY

TO GIVE

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Community Impact Leaders (cont.)

THE KEEL CLUB

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$500-$999 Curtis T. Bowden Curtis T. Bowden Veronica Brady Richard E. Bratton Charles Brown Shirley Brown Laura Buckley Martha P. Buenneke James F. Bugyis Richard Burnham Hugh J. Burns John Burns Bret A. Burris R. David Bustard Carol and Sherry Cadwell Marilyn A. Cafaro Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cahn, II Karolyn A. Camara Robert J. and Kathryn A. Carr Patrick Carroll Maurice A. Carswell Bob Carter Jack Carter John A. Carter Lynne Catlin Mr. and Mrs. Douglas K. Chapman Rose Chapman Jan L. Chester Sandra L. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Clendaniel Gregaory E. Cochrane Bruce Coffey Mr. and Mrs. Gershom R. Cohn Kathy Collums Aida R. Colombi Terry and Kathy Colombo James Cook Terri Costa Roger and Patricia Courtois Margo and Warren Coville Billy Cox Thomas S. Coyne, Jr. David D. Crabtree Shelly D. Crain Sharon A. Cullinan Robert G. Cuskick Elizabeth K. Dalhover Mr. and Mrs. John K. Dane Cynthia C. Danis Lynda R. DaPrato Earle P. Davies Mary Davis Rea D. Davis Terry L. Davis Grant M. Dazey Mark H. DeHaan Jean De Guia Teresa M. Delgado John C. DeMaster

Ward Dement Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Denny Kathy J. Dent Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Deters Stacy R. Detwiler James C. Diefenderfer Walter R. Diem Mr. and Mrs. John Dockum Alan Stuart Dorrill Terry Doughty Keith Dragon Keith and Katrenia DuBose Donna H. D. Dudash Rosemary Duffy Cheryl L. Duley Deborah Dunn Benji Dyches Joseph Eary Michael V. Edlin Brian T. Eagan Rosalyn Ehrenpreis Vickie Einwag Tricia Entsminger Sheri M. Fairbanks Shirley I. Faist Jose L. Feliciano Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Ferguson Phyllis Fideli David C. Flatt Beverly Ford Mr. and Mrs. P. William Forester Gail Fowler Paul Franke Linda A. Frease Kristen Frost Kelli Funkhouser Tina L Fuller Mary S. Furtado Robert A. Gannon Deborah D. Ganster Larry Garner Peter R. Geaglone Christine Gennett Linda R. Getzen Roberta Gibson Nicholas Gillis Bradley Goddard Curtis J. Goehring Andrew Goenne Aaron L. Goude Vivian D. Gravely Nancy J. Gray Eileen E. Green Dr. and Mrs. Leon C. Greene Mari-Beth Gregory Mark Griemsmar Raymond C. Grills Joei Marie Guadagno Tia N. Guadagno Claudio L. Guimart, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Gustafsson Alberto Gutierrez, Jr.


William Hallisey Shawn C. Halls Don E. Hampton Bob Hanson Monica Hare Frank Harris Carroll G. Hatfield Robert M. Hatfield Michael Hathcock Dicksey and Dick Hawkins Robert L. Heaton, Sr. David and Susan Hecker Michael A. Helman Douglas A. Hensley Steven D. Hewitt Christopher D. Hicks Richard A. Hicks Becky Higgins Stephen Hill Valorie Hillerich Ian Hillyer John Hogan James Hoglund Brian D. Holcomb Freddie J. Holland Christine Holley James Holmes John Horne Marsha L. Hosack Mark Hostetler Frederick W. Hauk Jack Howell Jesse J. Hubbard, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Huffman Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hull Susan K. Hunt Dr. Kenneth M. Hurwitz Barbara T. and George S. Ives Charitable Fund at the Community Foundation of Sarasota County Kelly Ivey Eric J. Jacobs Carol Jerrehian Myra Jodoin Brian S. Johnson Joel A. Johnson Kellie R. Johnson Sandra L. Johnston Barbara Jones Robert E. Jones Thomas H. Jones and Alison S. Jones Felix Jordan Aric Josten Charles M. Kahn Tina and Hans Kamberg Joan B. Kayser, ESQ Gwen I. Kedzierski Peter Keen and Peggi Peterson Betty and Bob* Keil Joseph S. Kennedy JoAnn and George Kertesz Richard A. King

Amy Kirst Sheriff Tom Knight Linda S. Kolba Martin Kossoff Timothy Kowalski Ernest and Alisa Kretzmer Susan Kruse John H. Kushner Michelle E. LaChance Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. LaJoie Nelson and Vivian Lane Matthew R. Lane Bianca Lapace Robert L. Lash Steven L. Lathrop Thomas Latronica Judy Lawrence Laurie Le Boutillier Gregory LeBar Alex S. Lee Warren L. Lee Scott J. Lempe Glenda Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Donald Levi Emily H. Levine W.H. Lewellen Mary Jane Longman Julie S. Luhrsen Lee and Lisa Lumpkin Hugh J. Lynch Christopher H. Lyons Mercedes Maagad Frank J. Maggio, Jr. Ed Maguire Janet and Vicary Mahler Jason S. Maiolo Samantha R. Markland Dr. James W. Marsh A. E. Marshall Ruben L. Marte Bernard A. Maulbeck, Jr. Kelley L. McAllen Anne M. McAllister-Feely Linda D. McCausey Douglas McClaugherty Chad M. McClenathen, ESQ. Patricia McDonald Julie McKee Mr. and Mrs. John McKenzie Javon E. McKibbin Linda McKinney Erin O. McLeod Gladys F. McPeeks Nick R. McPherson Marie and Steve Meckman Gregory P. Mellors Vesna Memic Edward H. Mench Daisy Mendez George E. Mercier Danny L. Metcalf Deb Metheny

THE KEEL CLUB UNDERNEATH EVERYTHING WE ARE

UNDERNEATH EVERYTHING WE DO WE ARE ALL PEOPLE

CONNECTED INTERDEPENDENT

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$500-$999 Christopher J. Michael Jonathan W. Middleton Lee and Norma Mielke Ellie Miles Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Miller Telisa Miller Diane Minks Michele D. Mitchell Susan L. Montgomery Cherie Mooney and Gary Pollock Katherine Moore Mr. and Mrs. Mark Morin Suzanne Morrow Joseph F Movizzo Doug Mrstik Stephen M. Musco David and Josie Nichols Christina L. Nohmer James W. Norton Maricile A. O'Brien Melissa O'Buch Diana O'Neill Gene Oberlin Mr. John Olson Diana Oneill Chibuzor N. Onugha Louis Orban Mrs. Steven Osterweis Duane L. Padgett Meredith Parker Ross Parker David J. Parry Mr. and Mrs. John C. Patterson, Jr. Barbara A. Pedersen Betty and Stanley Pelletz Valerie Pemberton Thomas Pencek Michael R. Pender, Jr., CPA Joshua R. Perry Saundra Petty Christopher L. Phillips Sharon Picard Jack Pilkington Demar E. Pitman Jacqueline J. Pockman Virginia Pomeroy James B. Pope Daniel Poropat Adam C. Powers Dr. Sujutha Prabhakgran Richard Purdy Linda Quarles Daniel Quevillon Paul Radauskas Patricia A. Reams Lora Rees Susan M. Renfrew Imo Wanda Rhyelle Mr. and Mrs. George D. Rice Richard B. Rice, Jr.

Daniel A. Rich William C. Richmond Kevin A. Roberts William F. Roberts Alan W. Roddy Paul M. Root William Rosen Dr. Robert Rosenbluth Reginald Ross Rob Ross Diane Roth David P. Rothe Joseph R. Rowen Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rubinovitz Dean D. Rudolph Denise Sam Edward J. Sanchez Molly J. Schenk Patricia J. Schiess Barbara J. Schimmel Leroy Schipper William Schmitt James R. Schnarr Dreux H. Schoenbeck Paula Schuler Jerry L. Scott Susan M. Scott Leslie Seaman Richard T. Segall Ronald A. Shapo Schelly A. Shaughnessy Pauline A. Shaw Kathryn Shea Tracey L. Sheasley Kristen Sheets Stacy Shinn Mr. and Mrs. Guy T. Shively Sue Shkrab Bruce Smith Charles L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Smith R. Michael Smith Vivienne Smith Leanne Sohol Mark Sosso Edward W. Spangenberg Dr. J. Robert Spencer Matt A. Sperling Robert Spier, M.D. Tracy A. Starkey Commissioner Shannon H. Staub Bruce St. Denis Janet Steves Toni A. Stokes Jessica H. Stoner Michael K. Suarez Ms. Marilyn Taub Daniel J. Taulbee Doyle Taylor Leiland Theriot Kionne A. Thomas Olivia Thomas Karen Thompson


Richard Torrey Greg and Lisa Totten Tom Tryon Joy Turner Melissa A. Ungerer Holly C. Ursetta Thomas Valanzola Michelle C. Valentich Karen and Mike Valentino Thomas M. Vercheski, Jr. Adam Verity Suzanne M. Viccaro Karen J. Walker Kimberly Walker Gloria A. Wall Bill and Jean Wallace Giovannina Washburn Kelly Watts Robert Webber Brenda J. Weigman Danielle N. Weldon Alicia Z. Wheeler Lori M. White Todd White Terry White

Ira Stewart Wiesner Mark Williams William J. Williams Glenn C. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Wilson Deb Winsor Fred Wohlfahrt Tim Wolfinger Nancy and John Worcester Janice C. Wright Hart Wurzburg Tanya V Yaneva Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Young James Young Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zabelle Joy Zavada Dr.* and Mrs. Stanley E. Zeeman Kurt D. Zeugin Rick Zimmerman Maria Zollo Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Zrimsek Tammy Zuknick Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Zundel Three donors wish to remain anonymous

Diamond Donors are loyal contributors to United Way for 25 years or more regardless of their giving level. We thank and celebrate all of you that have positively impacted the lives of so many people in your community through your consistent, long-time support.

Eugene N. Agins Lucy Aler Marti Albritton Mr. and Mrs. Guy F. Amuso Dr. Roland Anthone Ms. Louise B. Appleton Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Austin Mr. Billy V. Ayers Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bahr Dan and Nancy Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baker, Jr. Rick Barber Colonel and Mrs. John P. Barker Estelle M. Barrett Roy R. Bass Ann and Sumner Baum Robert W. Bauman Mr. and Mrs. Conrad E. Bechard Marjorie P. Bechtold Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Beck Martin Belkin Dorothy W. Bennington Herbert B. Berdan Liese Lee Berkowitz Mandell L. and Madeline H. Berman

Dr. Irving A. Beychok Mr. and Mrs. Norbert S. Bick Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Binder Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Biron Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Blacklow Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Blair Morton J. Bloch Dr. and Mrs. Horace Blood Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Blum Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Bohan Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. Bonelli Mrs. Martha Borthwick Mrs. Marjorie Boulware Joan M. Bower Gay H. Boylston Linda R. Bracken Mrs. Rogers A. Bradley June R. Brasgalla Mr. and Mrs. David W. Brenner Charles Brown Larry J. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Brown Mrs. Wm. P. Brownell Martha P. Buenneke Bill Burgunder Mrs. Lee Byron

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Diamond Donors (cont.)

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Carol and Sherry Cadwell Matt and Margaret Callihan Ms. Marian Canfield John V. Cannon ESQ Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Carney Dick and Jackie Caulfield Mr. and Mrs. John V. Cavanaugh Diana Chadwell Robert Chalphin Mr. Charles H. S. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Chichester Paul N. Child Beverly Christie Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Clendaniel Margaret Close Edward D. Cohen Patricia R. Cohen Terry and Kathy Colombo Candee S. Condray Pam J. Conner Mr. and Mrs. Albert Conte Mr. and Mrs. Aubert Y. Coran Patricia B. Couch Margo and Warren Coville Paul C. Cramer Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Crook Carla Cummings Harold and Ann Cunning Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Dean Charles H. Dearborn Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Delaney, Jr. John C. DeMaster Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dempsey Kathleen H. Denning Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Deters James C. Diefenderfer George and Fran Dietz Mr. and Mrs. John E. Dixon Mr. and Mrs. John Dockum Beatrice J. Doheny Mrs. Warren J. Donaldson Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Donegan Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dorsey Peter and Debbie Douglas Rae Dowling Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Dryer Mrs. James Drymon Bud and Karen Duffey Phyllis and Albert Dworkin Mr. and Mrs. James E. Edmundson Dr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards Rosalyn Ehrenpreis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Eichelberger Mr. and Mrs. Stuart J. Eisman Mr. and Mrs. William S. Ellis Ruth K. Engman Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Epstein Patricia Erickson Kathie Esposito Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Evory James B. Fahrney Dr. Bernard E. Farber

S. David Farr Mr. and Mrs. Reid D. Farrell Juliet Fechheimer Joan Feder Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Ferguson Mr. Richard F. Fernstrum Mildred R. Field Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Fine Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Fineshriber Mr. and Mrs. Howard Finkelstein Commander Samuel L. Fiske Mr. and Mrs. John Flaherty Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. Flynn Beverly Ford Barbara Ford-Coates Mrs. Robert C. Forgan Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Forman Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fortin Richard and Joanne Freeman Jane F. French John P. Frestal Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Friedman Babette Fromme Alicia B. Fruehwald Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Fulton Margaret A. Garske Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Garvin Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Gary Bonnie Gauspohl William and Ruth Getzen Ralph Gilbert Dr. and Mrs. Bertram Gold Mr. Jack Goldsmith Jay and Mimi Goodwill Ron and Shirley Gossett W. A. Granberry Family Charitable Trust Dr. and Mrs. Leon C. Greene Raymond C. Grills Michele and Caleb Grimes Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Grossman Dr. William B. Grubb Jr. Annette L. Haile Brian and Betty Hall Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Happy Mr. and Mrs. George Hardy Virginia Harnett Nancy and John Harris Mr. and Mrs. William Harrison Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Hartenstine Dicksey and Dick Hawkins J. Garrett Heard IV Irene K. Heller Lucille L. Hemeon Mrs. Emil Hess John and Ruth Hess Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusner Edna Hoffman Herbert Hoffman Hannah F. Honeyman Elizabeth Horne Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Horowitz Kurt Hoverter Jesse J. Hubbard Jr


Sarah and Tramm Hudson Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hull Melvin Hurwitz J. A. Hutson Terry Idso Mr. and Mrs. Ernest G. Ingham Mr. and Mrs. John S. Inman Elieser E. Intrator Howard and Betty Isermann Edna E. Jedlicka Jelks Family Foundation Paula John William R. Jones Sylvia D. Kalnitsky Mr. and Mrs. E Louis Kapernaros Albert and Libbie Kaplan Lewis N. Kauten Betty and Bob* Keil Louise F. Kennedy Lucille Kerr JoAnn and George Kertesz Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kiehl Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Kimbrough Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Kindt Dr. Janet G. Klineman Alice Kondrat Roy and Myrtle Krause Bill Krell Kathryn C. Kurtz Joyce G. Kurz Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. LaJoie William G. Lambrecht ESQ Robert and Rebecca Lane Robert Lasker, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lauritsen Evelyn Law Barbara A. Lechky Lois Lee Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Lenk Emily H. Levine Dr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Levitt W. H. Lewellen Mrs. Betty Lindenberg Kenneth A. Lutwyler Sallie W. Lutz Hugh J. Lynch Mark J Magenheim MD Mr. and Mrs. Karl J. Maggard Steve A. Marcinko Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Mario Ken Marsh A. E. Marshall Christine M. Mayer Jim and Phyllis McClellan Carolyn McClelland Mr. and Mrs. Oliver McCracken Mr. and Mrs. William W. Merrill, III Norma and Lee Mielke Sanford Milter Dr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Moffat Perry and Betty Monroe Mr. Albert G. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Mark Morin

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Murphy Yana Nales Dr. and Mrs. Philip Nelson Richard L. Newdick Karl Newkirk David C. Noller Helena M. Norquist Lois M. Olmsted Norman Olshansky Nancy Ostrander Gerard Ouellette Gerald E. Padfield Mrs. Carmen B. Page Joseph A. Panzarella Jerome Paskovitz and Janet Leon Gary O. Patton Mrs. Julius R. Pearson Betty and Stanley Pelletz Sandy Lynn Pepper Karen E. Pestana Franklin Pfeiffenberger, M. D. Sheldon Phillips Kathleen R. Plummer Michael S. Plunkett Jacqueline J. Pockman Virginia Pomeroy Mr. and Mrs. William H. Pritchard Barbara Pryor Mr. and Mrs. Saul Putterman Carolyn Pyatt Mr. and Mrs. W. Lawrence Ream John Redgrave Sharon and Bob Reitsch Mr. and Mrs. Roger F. Rex Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Reynolds Sherri T. Reynolds John W. Rhoades Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Riddle Richard M. Rieser Frances B. Ringlestein James L. Ritchey ESQ Jane S. Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rodda, Jr. Ruth G. Rolfe Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rosen Karen Rushing Skip and Gail Sack Mr. and Mrs. Martin Safer Mrs. Samuel Sager Mr. and Mrs. George P. Salen The Robert and Linda Salisbury Fund Dr. and Mrs. Richard E. Sand Estelle Sank Bobbie and Jay Saphier Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Schaper Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Schechtman Taia M. Schmitt Betty Schoenbaum Pauline M. Schonberg Susan M. Scott Al Sears Pauline A. Shaw Judy and Joe Sherman

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DIAMOND DONORS United Way Governance Committee Philip A. Delaney, Jr., Chair Northern Trust

Debra Douglas FCCI Insurance Group

Marc Lazarus R & L Healthcare Advisors

William W. Merrill, III Icard, Merrill , Cullis, Timm, Furen & Ginsburg, P.A.

Shaun P. Merriman Gateway Bank

THANK YOU FOR CREATING OPPORTUNITIES AND

INSPIRING HOPE FOR A BETTER TOMORROW.

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Jeanne C. Shine Robert E. and Linda Line Short Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Showers Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Silverstein Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Simpson Eva T. Slane Mr. and Mrs. Marvin D. Slavkin Dr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Smith Jack and Peg Smith Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Smith Marguerette Smylie Robert Spier, M.D. Bob and Rosemary Stanko The Landing's Eagle Mr. and Mrs. David G. Stearns Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Steele Mrs. W. Richard Stengel Mr. and Mrs. John H. Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. John K. Sterrett Mrs. David Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stokes Dennis S. Stover Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sugalski Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Swanek Jack R. Swartz E. Craig Sweeten Joe and Kim Taylor Olivia Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert M. Thompson Katherine Thorpe Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Tipping Mr. and Mrs. William E. Tipping, Jr. Frances P. Toombs Mr. and Mrs. Edward Torcicollo Richard Torrey James L. Turner ESQ Dorothy G. Tuynman

Frances S. Tyler Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Van Zandt Jane E. Vandenbergh Dr. P. Burt Veazey Mr. and Mrs. Frederic C. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. James L. Wallace Bill and Jean Wallace Elizabeth D. Walser Mrs. Edith N. Weinberger Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Weiner Suzanne and Leonard Weinstein Carolyn E. Wheeler Mr. Edward G. White Mrs. John I. White Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. White, Jr. Marilyn F. Wiener Ben F. Wilder George M. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Carroll T. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Winberg Beatrice J. Winkler Mr. and Mrs. William Winkler Jacqueline C. Winter Art and Phyllis Wittmer Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolfe Philip Wood Pat and Ray Woody Mr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Wright, Jr. William E. Yeager Norman V. Yost Alex and Pat Young Barbara and Charles Young Dr.* and Mrs. Stanley E. Zeeman Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Zrimsek Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Zundel


THANK YOU TO OUR... COMMUNITY CAMPAIGN VOLUNTEERS Our residential Community Campaign is an effort to raise the visibility of United Way in local neighborhoods. United Way invites current donors to lead activities that would educate current and prospective donors and generate new dollars to help children and families in need. During the 2009/2010 campaign, eight communities contributed over $115,000 in our 3rd annual Community Campaign effort! Thank you to our contributors and volunteers! The Glenridge

Stoneybrook Country Club

Ann and Harold Cunning Ralph Franklin Joie and Dick Freeman Tina and Hans Kamberg Mike Plunkett John Redgrave Joan and Dick Sands Kappie Spencer Betty Stewart Ginny Tarika Phyllis and Art Wittmer Nancy and John Worcester

Dicksey and Dick Hawkins Barbara Jones Mary and Tom Murphy

The Oaks Elizabeth and Steve Anderson Joan and Bob Brakel Julia and Larry Griffith Arlene and Jim Horan Kay and Jim Lauritsen June and Bob McKillop Bob Thornton

Pelican Cove Ruth Frank Dorothy Hamill Dixie and Ross Mahan Janice Mee Bob Offer Susan and Chan Sweetser Rosa and Herbert Warburg

Secluded Oaks Mike and Debra Hamilton Tom Latronica Olivia and Bob McKean Pam and Mike Lonas Bernadette and Pete Norden

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Misty Creek Lewis and Bonnie Benner CheriĂŠ Mooney and Gary Pollock Elizabeth and Oliver McCracken Sindy and John Slowinski

The Landings Phyllis and Jim McClellan Wendy and Shaun Merriman Norm Olshansky Stephen Quieor Irwin Starr Cathy and Bill Winkler

The Meadows Ray and Ida Baker Ada Jo Blowers Frank and Ruth Braden Tom and Ingrid Dean Bud and Karen Duffey Ernie and Patti Fortin Ron and Shirley Gossett Henry and Kitty Heuser Bill Krell Julie Platt Arthur and Lisa Reynolds Joy Turner Bob and Joyce Van Zandt Bob Whalen Ray and Pat Woody

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2009/2010 United Way Annual Report  

2009/2010 United Way Annual Report