Goodfellows donations, Dec. 19 -
Published Thursday, December 19, 2013 at 1:00 am / Updated at 12:29 am
Goodfellows donations, Dec. 19

Contributions reported today of $14,064.84 boost the 2013 Goodfellows tally to $319,123.05.

Balance forward $305,058.21


In memory of Beverly Robertson, by Jared, Afton, Cleighton and Brynn; Verma Read Estate Irrevocable Trust


In memory of Fr. William Kelley, by anonymous


Phil Dudrick


Purac matching gift


The lawyers and staff of Lieben, Whitted, Houghton, Slowiaczek and Cavanagh


In honor of our 6 grandchildren, by Dennis and Mary Sellon, Blair


In memory of James and in honor of loved ones, by Richard and Trudy Ortlieb, Louisville; Chuck and Sheri Holsapple, Bellevue


Ed and Sally Malashock; Ron Winther, Ames, Iowa; Peter and Joan Hill


Duane and Kathleen; Janet Brabec, Fremont; Laura Simonson, Springfield


Marilyn and Justin Manvitz; Kirk and Judy Anderson; in memory of Gladys and Rich, by Will Maack


Millard Card, Coffee and Golf Group


Swingin’ Sam’s


In honor of Rob and Harriet Nutty, by family


In memory of Clair McCord, Roger McCord and Gregory McCord, by Marge McCord, Bennington; in memory of Erma McCarty, by Willie McCarty; in memory of Lena and Cliff, by Sam and Mary Sequenzia; in memory of Elizabeth N. Kruger and Jean White, also all military men and women, by Don and Jeanette Birkes; Marilyn Teal; in memory of Linda “Kmieciak” Clements, by her Mom, Dad, Susan and John


Anonymous, Blair; Sandra Flock, Bellevue; in memory of our parents, by Harold and Marilyn Mueller; in memory of Sally Bloomquist, by Neil and family, McLean; Donald L. Doll


In memory of Joseph L. Breeden, by wife June and son David; Gary Javitch; in memory of mom and dad, by Kim Lallman-Holtz, Beemer; in honor of Mary Ann Svec, by Megan Dostal, Scribner


In memory of Edward F. (Bud) Bartle


In memory of Cliff Brewer, by Laura Brewer


Betty Satorie, Bellevue


In memory of Howard Carr, by his family, Springfield



Today’s total $14,064.84 Total to date $319,123.05

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