Goodfellows donations, Dec. 1 - Omaha.com
Published Sunday, December 1, 2013 at 1:30 am / Updated at 6:54 pm
Goodfellows donations, Dec. 1

Contributions reported today of $18,360 boost the 2013 Goodfellows tally to $132,774.15.

Balance forward: $114,414.15

$10,000

Anonymous

$2,500

In honor of our clients and friends, by Swartzbaugh-Farber and Associates Inc.

$750

Steve and Pam Bottorff, La Vista

$500

In memory of forever friend, Jeanine Grear, by John and Shirley Beier; in memory of Erick Weber, by USMPS

$378

L. Bauer

$300

Jane and Allen Murow

$250

Donald Hempel; in memory of grandson, Ben Hofmeister, by Doc and Betty Moller; in memory of Robert A. “Bob” Anderson, by Gary and Beth Bowen; in memory of Joanie Hautzinger and Waynette Conley, by Alan and Kim Stoler; Bob and Lorraine Jeffus, Bellevue

$200

In memory of Chantell Simonson, by Don and Jona Simonson, Springfield; in memory of Pam Larsen, R.N., by Mom and Dad; anonymous, Glenwood, Iowa; in memory of our parents, by Norman and Norita Brunkow

$155

In honor of Ed and Nancy Fitzgerald’s 50th wedding anniversary, from their neighbors

$150

Lavern and Marilyn Larkowski

$125

Anonymous, Papillion

$100

Lowen Kruse; Jan Morris; Creighton Novacek; Doug and Cathy Aden; Leo J. Mazur, Bellevue; anonymous

$67

In memory of Kris E. Peterson, by Leah, Betsy and Scott Obermoller

$50

Daniel Schaecher; Vic and Kay Hoelting, Bellevue; in honor of my father, Stephen Buckingham, by Marcia Gorham, Bellevue

$25

In memory of Paul E. White, by his family; in honor and memory of my husband, Joe Horvath, by Clara Horvath; anonymous; anonymous

$20

In memory of Hazel Robbins, by Donna Jordan, Papillion

$15

Mr. and Mrs. James Waszgis

Today’s total: $18,360

Total to date: $132,774.15

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