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2019 | ANNUAL REPORT


IN 2019, VVMF CONTINUED

its mission to honor all those who served in Vietnam and educate current generations about the impact of the Vietnam War on our country. We hosted nearly five million visitors at The Wall in D.C. and another 300,000 at The Wall That Heals mobile exhibit. As more and more of our visitors were born after the war – and even after The Wall was built – it’s important to provide context around the Memorial and we are focusing on in-person interaction with visitors to The Wall and The Wall That Heals. We added a part-time Tour Guide to the staff to engage directly with visitors at The Wall in D.C. and we provided guided tours to nearly 15,000 students at The Wall That Heals in 2019. For those who can’t visit, we are bringing the experience of The Wall to them through the latest technology. We relaunched our website, VVMF.org, in May with an expanded education section including a timeline of the Vietnam era and topic pages on subjects such as POW/MIA, Women on The Wall, Chaplains on The Wall, and more. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of dozens of active volunteers, the Wall of Faces needs just under 500 photos to be complete! Our mobile app is upgraded regularly to provide more educational content and our Virtual Tour is another way to explore the Vietnam Veterans Memorial site from home. At our Memorial Day ceremony, we heard from two Gold Star daughters about what is was like to lose their father in the Vietnam War. Stories such as theirs are why we continue to do what we do in making sure that their loved ones are never forgotten. In June, we honored 534 Vietnam veterans – our largest honoree group in history - whose lives were cut short as a result of their service at our annual In

Memory ceremony which drew nearly 3,000 attendees. It was our privilege to host a 50th reunion of the Fox Force Reconnaissance Platoon on National Vietnam War Veterans Day and hear about their memories of those they lost in the war and since. On POW/MIA Recognition Day, we once again led a candlelight remembrance at The Wall to honor America’s missing service members and their families. All of these activities were possible ONLY because of your generous support. On the grounds of the memorial site in D.C., we continued with our long-term care and preservation efforts. We dedicated a new, more prominent In Memory plaque in May and continued with our regular maintenance on both the plaque and the Three Servicemen Statue from our Object Conservator throughout the year. On The Wall, we updated the status symbols for nine service members who were repatriated the year prior. After four years of effort, VVMF completed an exhaustive audit of the 58,276 service members honored on The Wall. We accounted for errors, additions, and duplications over the years to ensure our records are as accurate as humanly possible. As a result, we also were able to create the first ever completely electronic file of every name along with panel, line, and position locations. VVMF remains committed to the original promise we made when The Wall was built in 1982 – the promise to never forget. In these pages, you’ll learn more about some of the incredible work that VVMF was able to do over the past year with your support. We look forward to what we can do together in the future to ensure that our nation’s Vietnam veterans will always be remembered for generations to come.

JIM KNOT TS, PRESIDENT and CEO of VVMF

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V V M F BOA R D of DI R EC TOR S and OFF IC E R S JOHN C. DIBBLE Attorney at Law VVMF Chairman of the Board Vietnam Veteran J O H N O . WO O D S J R . Chairman Emeritus, Woods Peacock Engineering Consultants VVMF Board Treasurer Vietnam Veteran BRIG. GEN. (DR.) S H A RO N B A N N I S T E R , U S A F Command Surgeon, Headquarters Air Combat Command Gold Star daughter Volunteer at The Wall ALAN BUCKELEW Vietnam Veteran F R A N C I S ( F R A N C E ) H OA N G West Point graduate and U.S. Army veteran Entrepreneur Operation Enduring Freedom Veteran M A RT Y M A R K S Gold Star daughter, Army spouse Military family advocate

ALLEN MCCABE Vice President, Hughes Network Systems Volunteer at The Wall K I M M I TC H E L L Naval Academy graduate and U.S. Navy veteran Senior Vice President for Military, Veteran and Government Affairs National University Operation Enduring Freedom Veteran MAJOR GENERAL M I C H A E L J. N A R D OT T I, J R., U S A ( R E T.) Vietnam Veteran LT. C O L . J A N I S N A R K U S A R ( R E T. ) President, JJ Snow, Ltd. Vietnam Veteran H A R RY G . RO B I N S O N , I I I , FA I A , A I C P President, TRG International Professor & Dean Emeritus, Howard University Vietnam Veteran J I M K N OT T S VVMF President and CEO Air Force Academy graduate and U.S. Air Force veteran Gulf War Veteran ^

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Indicates non-voting member of the Board of Directors

OUR MISSION THE MISSION OF THE VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL FUND IS TO H O N O R A N D P R E S E RV E T H E L E G A C Y O F S E RV I C E A N D E D U C AT E A L L G E N E R AT I O N S A B O U T T H E I M P A C T O F T H E V I E T N A M WA R .


VVMF MADE A PROMISE when The Wall was built - the promise to never forget those

who gave all in the Vietnam War. Our work honors all those who served in Vietnam and preserves the legacies of those who died in the Vietnam War and those who died after the war ended. • Memorial Day and Veterans Day are the days our nation sets aside to honor service and sacrifice and VVMF hosts thousands of attendees at our annual Observances at The Wall each year. On Veterans Day 2018, we commemorated the 25th anniversary of the Vietnam Women’s Memorial. On Memorial Day 2019, two Gold Star daughters shared their personal stories of what it was like to lose their father during the Vietnam War. • We commemorated National Vietnam War Veterans Day at The Wall by hosting a 50th anniversary reunion of members of the Fox Force reconnaissance platoon. • In June 2019, we held our annual In Memory ceremony and honored 534 Vietnam veterans – a record number for any one year - whose lives were cut short as a result of their service after they returned home. The following day, more than 3,000 roses were laid at the base of the Memorial to honor fathers, and those that never had the chance to become fathers, on Father’s Day. • In September, we held a candlelight remembrance at The Wall on National POW/MIA Recognition Day to honor our missing service members and their families. All of these ceremonies and events are made possible through the support of our generous donors.

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IT IS VVMF’S PRIVILEGE to manage the long-term care and preservation of the Vietnam

Veterans Memorial site and preserve the legacies of the more than 58,000 service members inscribed on The Wall. Nearly five million people visited The Wall in Washington, D.C. in 2019 and VVMF strives to provide each visitor with the best experience possible. • Each spring, VVMF receives updates from the Department of Defense on service members who have been repatriated the year prior and VVMF manages the process to change their symbols on The Wall. In 2019, nine status symbols were changed on The Wall to reflect the nine service members repatriated in 2018. • On Memorial Day 2019, we dedicated a new and improved In Memory plaque that is raised and more prominent. VVMF ensures that the Three Servicemen Statue and In Memory plaque look their best by having an Object Conservator attend to them throughout the year. The care of the lawn around the Memorial and the printing of new directories are also part of VVMF’s care and preservation efforts for the site. • VVMF’s Wall of Faces includes more than 57,000 photos of service members found by volunteers across the country. Including the faces and the remembrances for each service member preserves their legacy online for more than a million online visitors to VVMF.org each year. Through the support of our generous donors, VVMF can facilitate and fund these changes to the Memorial and provide for the preservation of the Memorial site for generations to come.

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THE WALL THAT HEALS exhibit

allows VVMF to reach into communities across America to honor all those who served in Vietnam and educate younger generations about the impact of the Vietnam War. It gives Vietnam veterans and their families who may not have a chance to travel to Washington, D.C. an opportunity to visit The Wall. • Along with our three quarter-scale Wall replica and mobile Education Center, a new replica In Memory plaque was unveiled as part of the traveling exhibit in 2019. • In 2019, The Wall That Heals visited 34 communities in 22 states to spread The Wall’s healing legacy to more than 300,000 visitors. Guided tours of the exhibit were provided to nearly 15,000 students. • We continued our partnership with the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA) to provide trucking companies and drivers to “Haul The Wall” from community to community. A special thanks to USAA as the presenting sponsor for the 2019 tour. The Wall That Heals runs on support from our generous corporate sponsors and individual donors.

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KEEPING THE PROMISE TO “NEVER FORGET” puts education efforts

at the forefront of VVMF’s mission. We must educate current generations on the lasting impact of the Vietnam War to ensure that those who served and sacrificed in Vietnam are never forgotten. In the last year, focusing on technology and in-person teaching opportunities, VVMF:

• Launched a new VVMF.org website with an expanded education section including a timeline of the Vietnam era and topic pages on subjects such as POW/MIA, Women on The Wall, and Chaplains on The Wall. • Completed digital education programs for more than 800 students, including 175 adult learners. These programs run all over the country including high schools in New Jersey, middle schools in New York, and senior centers in Ohio. • Presented six professional development sessions on the Vietnam era to educators with Prince William County (VA), National History Day, First Division Museum, and the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation. • Added a part-time Tour Guide position at The Wall in Washington, D.C. to give an overview and history of the Memorial to visitors. • Partnered with schools and teachers in Prince William County, Virginia to teach more than 1,800 students about service members on The Wall and the history of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial through our Traveling Trunk program. • Updated our mobile tour app to give those who can’t make it to Washington a chance to virtually visit and learn about the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and those inscribed on it. • Grew VVMF’s international teacher network to more than 700 teachers. VVMF can continue and expand these educational efforts because of generous supporters across the country.

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S TAT E M E N T of A C T I V I T I E S For the Year Ended September 30, 2019 Without Donor Restrictions

Revenue and support:

With Donor Restrictions

2019 Total

$ 6,087,225

$ 6,087,225

$ 6,257,250

Donated goods and services

4,099,685

4,099,685

6,162,648

Site fees

307,500

307,500

293,000

Special events - gross receipts

115,236

Special events - cost of direct benefit to donors

(61,111)

Royalty income

284,783

Investment income, net

229,957

61,522

Other income

4,631,343

Released from restrictions

279,173

(279,173)

Total revenue and support

15,919,666

(217,651)

Memorial legacy

11,883,969

P ROGR A M S E RV I C E S

S U P P ORT I N G S E RV I CE S

Memorial Legacy

Online Visitor Center and Museum

Ceremonies and Events

In Memory

The Wall That Heals

Outreach

Educational Programs

Memorial Maintenance

Total Program Services

Direct mail and digital media

$ 2,123,557

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ 2,123,557

$ 786,538

Salaries and benefits

315,735

1,122,167

310,127

Public relations donated services

3,963,720

In-kind support: Australian Vietnam Veterans Museum

4,537,271

284,783

65,893

291,479

1,248,811

4,631,343

24,769

15,702,015

14,106,496

11,883,969

9,938,476

Facility and equipment rental

256,067

Education Center

Consulting

131,477

92,487

94,039

301,375

70,344

92,523

Total Supporting Services

2019 Total Expenses

2018 Total Expenses

$ 786,538

$ 2,910,095

$ 3,611,169

425,888

1,548,055

1,379,090

3,963,720

3,963,720

6,144,648

4,537,271

4,537,271

15,500

135,475

135,475

161,193

24,187

Fundraising

General and Administrative $ 115,761

44,975

16,000

16,000

43,000

33,591

17,142

31,406

11,946

50,297

15,702

8,963

1,681

170,728

25,791

15,035

40,826

211,554

290,224

Professional fees

9,670

10,082

1,294

1,584

6,833

2,083

1,192

224

32,962

17,111

173,073

190,184

223,146

283,323

Travel and lodging

6,976

430

21,536

233

111,201

356

1,342

38

142,112

31,225

1,118

32,343

174,455

192,602

Depreciation and amortization

619,380

5,220

2,928

3,667

108,099

4,817

2,747

515

747,373

7,908

4,661

12,569

759,942

752,957

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Online Visitor Center and Museum

317,161

317,161

Ceremonies and events

220,243

220,243

414,162

In Memory

191,884

191,884

131,058

The Wall That Heals

738,050

738,050

678,006

Outreach

100,831

100,831

95,886

Education programs

111,652

111,652

184,262

TWTH - Transportation of the Wall

Memorial maintenance

103,721

103,721

131,287

Caging

Total program services

13,667,511

13,667,511

11,829,204

Website

108,852

99,310

Fundraising

1,455,919

1,455,919

1,479,422

Printing and postage

13,595

2,159

General and administrative

361,971

361,971

374,423

Bank charges

Supporting services:

Special events

24

7

14,589

7

32

Other

144

59

36

265

774

6 734

7

31,500

14,676

18

9

27

14,703

34,948

2,019

116

118

234

2,253

28,547

31,500

30,762

189,819

168,488

208,201

52,779

31,500 189,819

39 13,880

8,756

189,819

208,201 24,114

1,874

893

169

65,440

6,963

1,608

40,537

8,571

74,011

88,720

40,537

40,537

48,584

Total supporting services

1,817,890

1,817,890

1,853,845

Insurance

6,587

3,362

1,886

14,377

9,818

3,046

1,737

328

41,141

5,014

17,299

22,313

63,454

248,124

Total expenses

15,485,401

15,485,401

13,683,049

Dues and subscriptions

52

37

16

118

78

23

15

3

342

16,974

122

17,096

17,438

1,026

Change in Net Assets from Continuing Operations

434,265

216,614

423,447

Photos and video

4,217

10,775

1,355

2,954

19,301

26,352

Discontinued Operations Education Center construction project Education Center Pledges cancelled due to the termination of the

(8,437,271)

Contributions and sponsorships

1,237

47

1,284

10,035

Supplies

128,807

740

11,016

3,146

15,847

599

373

(3,433,543)

Telephone

4,173

2,002

1,128

1,401

5,905

1,845

1,052

Grants to be repaid per donor contract

(7,945,133)

Meals and entertainment

4,399

63

123

34,878

16,472

41

Grants repaid per donor contract

(10,000,000)

Service provider fees

(29,815,947)

Repairs and maintenance

1,982

96

57

73

9,751

90

(29,392,500)

Taxes, licenses, and filings

(217,651)

Loss on capitalized expenses in relation to the termination of the

Education Center construction project

Total discontinued operations - Education Center

Net assets

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Contributions

Expenses:

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STATEMENT of FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES For the Year Ended September 30, 2019

Change in Net Assets

434,265

(217,651)

216,614

Net Assets, beginning of year, as restated

8,062,789

2,897,491

10,960,280

40,352,780

Capitalized costs for Wall of Faces

Net Assets, end of year

$ 8,497,054

$ 2,679,840

$ 11,176,894

$ 10,960,280

Total Expenses

VVMF FY 2019 ANNUAL REPORT

19,301 1,237

47

699

161,227

10,282

624

10,906

172,133

54,446

198

17,704

3,030

1,763

4,793

22,497

22,946

25

5

56,006

3,067

465

3,532

59,538

29,398

15,119

15,119

15,119

20,686

50

60,167

72,266

149

221

370

72,636

62,898

1,086

1,203

14,975

16,178

17,264

13,651

1,086

(75,547) $11,883,969

$317,161

$220,243

$191,884

$738,050

$100,831

$111,652

$103,721

$13,667,511

$1,455,919

$361,971

$1,817,890

$15,485,401

$13,683,049


PAT R I OT S L E A G U E IN RECOGNITION OF the caring individuals and organizations whose outstanding

commitment and support demonstrates a spirit of loyalty and duty to honoring the service and sacrifice of all who served in Vietnam.

PRESIDENT ’S CIRCLE Heisley Family Foundation USAA Virtual Wonders L E G A C Y O F   S E RV I C E   B E N E FA C T O R S Gary Achgill*

Jill Hamilton

Russell Noles

James Burgess

Leon Hannebaum

The Ken Davis Foundation

Donna C. Harris

Donald W. and Nancy S. Wetmore

C. H. Farr

Huong Le

GEICO Arthur E. Geuss

Dr. Robert L. Wintermyer

American Legion Post 117# American Legion Post 172#

Frances H. Butler Charles Caussain

CAPT Richard A. Dunn NC USN Ret.

James H. Floyd R. J. Garrison Jr.

Jim Chandler, MD

Maj Gen. Maurice Edmonds USA Ret.

Richard Bender Abell

Paul S. Coffey

Charles Elder

Arlene Graci

Chap Alvord

Willie M. Collins*

Leroy Elfmann

James A. Grafton

American Gold Star Mothers, Inc.#

Nels Cornelius*

Werner Feibes

Joseph J. Grano Jr.

R. Corona

John Dewitt Gregory*

Steven Anderson

Sidney R. Finks*

Joseph Coulter

Beveridge & Diamond PC

Dewey B. Crawford

Horace Baker Frank Boushee Barbara Bowman* Velma R. Boyer Brian Brannon

Lynda Godkin

Dorothy L. Crooks F. Cunningham William Daddio James A. Danner Dear Vietnam Vet

Daniel R. Bruckner

Lilly Foundation

Dr. & Mrs. Charles Donlan

Patricia Buceta

Bill Nelson

Gerald E. Dubois*

William Busse

VVMF DONORS * Honor Guard – In recognition of the caring individuals whose cumulative financial impact help sustain the mission of VVMF through their recurring monthly gifts.

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Champions of Service – VVMF proudly recognizes and honors these veteran service organizations whose outstanding commitment and support demonstrates a spirit of loyalty and duty to honoring the service and sacrifice of all who have served.

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PAT R I OT S L E A G U E

PAT R I OT S L E A G U E

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David R. Griffith

Robert M. Kain

Loyd T. Lavender

Robert G. Lorenz

Fred Masenheimer

Dorothy S. Harris

Nancy Kaplan

Dr. Elizabeth Lenches

Kurtice Luther

Michael G. McMahon

Ed T. Henneberque

Michael W. Keefe

Kenneth MacArthur

Hoekstra Transportation

Dorris Keen

LTC Fred S. Lindsey USA Ret.

Glenna Suzanne McClure

Hope G. Holleran John L. Hoos George Horner Clement Horstman*

Mike Keliher Elizabeth Kelly*

Kyle Litvinchyk

Lt. Col. Phillip Maggart USAF Ret.

David Long

Lynnette Maly

Nicholas E. Keltgen Stephen W. Keto

Stephen McElhatten Bill McKelvey*

Steven Scher

Dannie Rivera

Richard Schmidt

Gilbert Omenn, MD

Gene C. McQuown

Thomas Pawlish

Jack Kreisher

Henry Meadows

Joseph Pawlus

Jerald H. Jacobs

Michael Krowka

Lonnie Miller*

Peace of Stage, LLC.

L. R. Jamieson

Jerome M. Kruszka

Susan Milligan

Lawrence Pelis

Dave Johnson

Mr. & Mrs. William P. Kupper Jr.

Deborah Moloney

Leo Pierce Jr.

Philip Myers*

Richard Poplinski

Ronald Myles

William Presson*

Lyn Lardner

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Cotton Rawls Jr.

Col. Huel Jay Oldham USAF Ret.

John G. Kolb Jr.

Michael Johnson*

Salt Point Volunteer Fire Company

Thomas J. Riggs

William Park

Robert J. Lane

Republican Club of Hanover Pennsylvania Raymond Richards

David McMunn

Luci Baines Johnson

Phillip Russ

W. P. Kozuch O’Brien USMC Ret.

Pamela Kirkland

George & Patricia Ingram

William Prout

John L. & Grace P. Soldoveri Foundation, Inc.

Roland Kinsman*

John Iappini*

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Robert McConnell

Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association

CDR. Ronald A. McKinney

Arthur D. Huebner

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Red McCombs

Maj. Gen. Michael Nardotti Jr., USA Ret.

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Phillip Paley


PAT R I OT S L E A G U E Terry Schmidt

Moses Shim

George H. Seaworth

Michael Slyck*

Peter Sentz

Tommy Smith

Dr. Ralph Sevelius

Timothy Spiess

O. Griffith Sexton

Flo Stein

Naomi Shedlebowr

HEROES CIRCLE

(continued) Chane Walsh*

Garry and Pamela Stevens

Reino I. Wantin

James Steverson J. Scott Stumpff Lee Taylor John Tegan Dorothy C. Thielges VFW Post 3937# VVA Chapter 1036

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William J. Vaccaro Valero Foundation Mary Vara Marjorie A. Vickerman The Walmart Foundation Greg Wadhams Jack W. Walker*

Richard W. Watson

American Legion Post 620#

Timothy J. Weber

American List Counsel

WEC Energy Group

Hugo Aldrich

William Whitaker

George and Barbara Allison

William T. White III Charles Whitmore

VFW Post 7464#

Robert J. Wilensky, MD Lt. Col. W. B. Willard Jr. USA Ret. Walter M. Wood Jr. George Woofter*

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John Almquist American Gold Star Mothers, Inc. Department of FL-PR# Darrell Anderson Mary L. Anderson Joe and Bonnie Andrews George Anglim

Col. Thomas J. Wright USA Ret.

Mr. & Mrs. Ron Arsenault*

Jean Zettler

Gerald F. Austin

Jacqueline Zwirner

Brooke Aziere

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American Legion Post 605#

William D. Baiocchi*

William Border

Larry Boyd

David Baldwin

Jon R. Boston

GYSGT Paul Ballantyne USMC Ret.

Michael I. Bourland

Mr.& Mrs. Joseph J. Boyle

Edward Banda Jr.

William Bowers

Alfred E. Banfield

Col. Warren F. Bowland Ret.

Louis Bangert

Roberta Boyd

Col. Oscar Bayer USAF Ret. Nancy L. Behnke* David L. Benner Major Kenneth M. Bergo Jared Bernard Judy C. Bezek David Black John Blaich* Charles Boesenberg Chester Borden

Richard Braden* Russell Bradway* James Branning CAPT Michael Brannon USN Ret.


HEROES CIRCLE

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Carl Burnett

Jack Carey

David Reid Clark

Jeffrey Diamond

John L. Ferrari

Richard A. Fuss

Carolyn George

Clarence Brown USAF Ret.

Butler Parachute Systems, Inc.

J. Michael Carey

Gary R. Clark

June B. Dickson

Dr. Carl Fetkenhour

Michael Gallagher

George Gillispie

Frances M. Bruce

Anthony Caggiano Jr., MD

John Carloss

Jacqueline A. Clark

Frank Difalco

Nick Ficorelli

Terry M. Galvin

Gerald G. Glass

Michael D. Carodine

Harriet Ann Clayton*

Philip C. Digiovanni

John P. Finn

Mary Anne Gardner

Kathleen Glines

Eleanor Calo-Rose

Roger Carr

Gerald Cohen

Brian Dillistin

Rodney T. Fitzgerald

Holland Garnett Jr.

Mary Goldsmith-Larkin

T. J. Campbell

Joseph Carroll

Steven Colby

Anne Dobson

Richard A. Flannelly

Alton L. Garrett Jr.

Col. Kent R. Gonser

Wayne Caouette*

David & Rosemary Carson

Glenn Cole

Tommy Dorsey*

Walter E. Fleischer*

Blaine Gaustad

Bernadette Gorczynski

Mary Cole

Claude Duke

Stephen Fleming

John Cousin

Stella & Jeffrey Fletcher

Marjorie H. Cristea*

Lt Gen. Charles W. “Bill” Dyke, USA Ret & Dr. Ann Bisconti Dyke

Richard Cummings

Joel A. Earnest

George P. Foster III

Karin Cutler

Ralph Eidem

Anthony and Mary Foti

Donna Cavaliere

Lt. Col. Carlton R. Damonte USAF

Howard J. Eisen, MD

Michael Fredrick

David Chamberlin

Sharon Davis

LTC Randy Everson USA Ret.*

Lt. Col.& Mrs. Daniel P. French USAF Ret.

Gregory Chiappone

Dante De Mio

Nicholas W. Fanatico

Dennis J. French

Everett Christensen

William Dearn

Jennifer L. Fedorchak

Ken Frisard

Circolo Nazionale Lodge No. 122

Ed Decker

Dennis Fenstermaker*

Raymond Fudge

William Buckberry Thomas Buckley David A. Burdge

Derek Carver James Cash Linda Casiana Pam Casiday Luke Cates

VVMF DONORS |

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James R. Brehm

Gary L. Bruce

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HEROES CIRCLE

HEROES CIRCLE

(continued)

Anthony Gore

Linda Lee Gunther

Edward F. Hammes

Robert Hilfiker

Lupita Jimenez

Judith Kinsell

John K. Ledbetter

Robert H. Graham, MD*

SFC Bill Guthrie USA Ret.

Jeanne F. Hampel

Kenneth Hill

J. A. Johnsen

Peter B. B. Klein

James Lentz

Norma L. Haas

Major James A. Hankins USA Ret.*

Col. Charles D. Hill II

Michael Johnson

Charles Leopold

Roland Hagen

Maureen Hanley

Katherine Hlavac*

Richard Johnson

SMSGT Herman J. Knuppel USAF Ret.

Sharon Brunette Hagens

Lon M. Hanson

Jim W. and Ange N. Holland

Johnson & Johnson Matching Gifts Program

Henry Haimowitz

Daniel C. Harris

Cynthia Holland

James Johnson

Paul Kuchler

Dean Harrison

Richard B. Holmes

John Kaminski

William C. Haywood

D. Brooks Holstein

Nancy Kawa

Col. Edward Kufeldt USMC Ret.

Doris B. Hazam

LCdr. Ronnie Richard Horton USN

Charles R. Keith

Janet A. Greiner John Grillo Janice G. Grimm Walt Grinke Gregory P. Grueb

George Hecht Lt. Col. Roger A. Hedberg USAF Ret. Sgm. Leonard Hembd USA Ret. Ray E. Henderson Christopher Henes

Harry Houghtling Lee Ann Howlett William E. Hubbard Hilbert Hubble Paul J. Hurley

John D. Herren

CW3 William H. Isham Jr.

Gary M. Hetrick

Robert B. Jenkins

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Stephen Kelly* Thomas J. & Ruth Kemp Sheridan Kennedy Sean Kerr Joseph and Leslie Kilroy Raymond King Denise Kingsbury Sally A. Kinney*

Michael Korber Howard Kramer

Terry Kunde Pamela Kwon Dawn Lacy Francis J. Laignel Jr.* Mark Lajeunesse Joseph Langone Richard Lanter Col. George Laslo Willard Latham

Albert Lesko

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Lidstad Michael S. Lighthill Vito Liza

Theodore Lewandowsky

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Lockwood Sr.

Andrew Ley

Andrew Loduha

Gerald Liang

Dee Louviere*


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HEROES CIRCLE

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Dianne Loving

Bill Magrogan*

Gail Martin

James McMonegal*

Dean A. Morrison

Philip O’Neill

Scott Pierce

William T. Pollard Jr.

Michael P. Ludwig

Wayne Maier

Rick Martin Jr.

Robert McNamara

Geoff Morrison

Carl A. Otto, III

Thomas Pierce

Wayne Post

MSgt. Thomas Lynch

Dennis D. Maki

Juan Martinez*

Willie Morton Jr.

Wallace Poteete

Gary Maksimoski

Jerry and Elena Marty

Christine Herman Owen*

Robert F. Pink

MB Aerospace East Granby

Mgysgt Larry P. Meagher USMC Ret.

Terry Placek

Gary L. Powell

Robert Manning

Richard C. Marx

Richard Podzimek

Donald H. Mannion

Melvin Matsui

Mgysgt Anthony Powers USMC Ret.

Angela Maria Manos

Denise Matthews*

Morse Group Donald MacDonald

Patrick Mc Allen Steve McCamish Dan McDaniel Gregory J. McDonald*

John Mellott Donna Michalek Jeanette Mihaly Richard Miller Jack Milne Lorraine Minton Joseph C. Mitcho

John Mullett Joseph F. Mulligan Kent Mumma Joseph Murphy Michael Mushinskie Louis Mustacchio

Andre McDonald

Joseph Morales

Edward Nelson

William D. McDonald

Lt. Col. William M. Moran Jr.

John Nieuwenhuis

Michael McMath

Mr. & Mrs. Bill Morris Alfred G. Morris

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Kathleen Mulaney

Loretta & Wilfred Miyashiro

Edward McManus

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Philip McDonald

Stephen M. McMahon

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Jimmy Nelson

James Nunes Gene O’Donovan Mike O’Grady

Swannie Pack Richard E. Palmatier Robert E. Palmer John Panipinto Leslie Panus James L. Parker William E. Parson Roger Peacock Robert G. Peel Thomas Pelinka Raymond A. Perreault Thomas Petrarca Aniello Petruzzi Kelly Phillips

Anthony Pogodzinski, MD

Marshall Prange III


HEROES CIRCLE James Pratt

Benjamin Puckett

Kim W. Primmer

Paul Radloff

Tara Prockter

Dennis Ragan

Capt. Proshek

Jeffrey Ratto

David A. Pryzbylski

HEROES CIRCLE

(continued) Donald Salo

Charles Schultz

Ronald Spray*

Richard H. Taylor

Frank Toderico

Edwin Savacool

Diana L. Schumaker*

Dean Springer*

Robert Termath

Julia Tomanelli

Joseph Savino

Richard R. Schwartz

Susan P. Stanton

Helen Thies

Ronald E. Tomasetti

William Scanlan Jr.

Joseph Seekins

Gordon Stefenhagen

Judith Kathryn Thomas

Anthony Torlincasi

Charles Schaaf

John Sharples

Angelan F. Stewart

Kathy Thomas

Kathryn Tracy

John Schaefer

Ian Shearer

Barry Stinson

Keturah Thunder-Haab

Apolonia Trinidad

Danny Robles Ret.

John M. Schaefer

John Shedor

Karen Strand

James W. Tinney

Mark Tucciarone

CAPT J. E. Robson USN Ret.

Patrick Scherzer

Charlotte Marie Silliman

Jean Strobel

Steven Schlachter

June Sims*

Dr. John J. Struck

Col. Jack Schmidt

Peter Sipperly

Roger Stucky

Dr. Donald D. Schmidt

Kenneth Slater

Robert H. Sueper

Robert Schneebeck

Albert Small

James G. Sullivan*

Mahlon Schneider

David W. Smith

Leonard Sullivan Jr.

Kathleen Schnibben

James Smith

Michael J. Sullivan

John Schnock

Leslie Kendal Smith

Karen Ann Sustad

CAPT Gary Schnurrpusch USN Ret.

Robert Smith

Emery C. Swan

Jerry Spencer, MD

Donald Taylor

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Regan Floretta J. Reynolds Glen W. Roberts Robert C. Robinson Capt. Paul L. Robison, Jr. USAF

Betty Rogers Richard M. Rosenberg Ramon H. Rosenkrans William Rountree David Rufrano* Richard Sabin Col. George J. Sakaldasis USAF Ret. Rodger Salkeld

Ken Schroth

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HEROES CIRCLE

WA L L S O C I E T Y

(continued)

Jack Turecek

Hal Valeche

Lorin Venable

J. R. Williamson

James Jordan Tyson Jr.

Philip Valenzuela

Daniel Vrbancic

Charles Wilson*

Lt. Col. Donald Ulmer Ret.

Fred Vanarsdale

T. P. Waddock

Richard L. Winter

David Vankavela

Jerry Walk

Major Wayne Witter*

Pamela J. Varner*

Charles E. Walton

Kate Varvel

Patricia A. Warren

CAPT Leland E. Wood Jr. USN Ret.*

James Vaught

Andrew Watts

Richard Upshaw* VFW Post 7927# VFW Post 821#

Richard E. Waugh Ann Waymire* Victor Webb

John Worthy Callie Wright Charles Wright James Wright

Deborah Wedell

Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe

Jack Weston*

Phillip York

Thomas R. Whetstine

PHOTO CREDITS

Michael Whitfield

Front Cover - Scott McLeod

Ilyeen Wiesley

Pages 10-11 - Bottom Left: Pleasant Harbor Events

James B. Willett

Page 13 - Upper right: Paul S. Robinson Photography

Edward Williams, MD

All other photos: Bill Petros, Dave Scavone, VVMF staff

John Murray Williams

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