2003 Annual Contributors

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2003 Annual Contributors


ICMA established its Fund for Professional Management in 1986 to support and promote the council-manager form and professional local government management. Investment interest from the fund is used to support communities interested in adopting council-manager government, to assist in efforts to retain the council-manager form when it is challenged by ballot referendums, and to raise public awareness of the benefits of professional local government management.

Annual contributions ensure that the Fund for Professional Management can continue its good work for the future of the profession. ICMA gratefully acknowledges the following contributions made in 2003 by 465 ICMA members, state associations, and other supporters of the profession.

INDIVIDUAL DONATIONS

Leader ($1,000+)

Wayne S. Burggraaff

Roger L. Kemp

Robert J. O'Neill, Jr.

Benefactor ($500-$999)

John K. Anderson

Larry J. Brown

J. Michael Casey

Douglas J. DeBord

R. Michael Eastland

Daniel W. Fitzpatrick

Ted A. Gaebler

Kathleen Jenks Harm

Peter A. Korn

J. Thomas Lundy

David R. Mora

Thomas H. Muehlenbeck

Kevin O'Donnell

Contributor ($250-$499)

Richard R. Blessing

Walter J. Bobkiewicz III

Jon Bormet

David M. Childs

John J. Coughlin

Peter M. Curry

James K. Giese

Timothy C. Hansley

Robert W. Jean

Richard M. Kelton

David J. Krings

H. Fritz Lanham

Robert S. LaSala

Charles A. Long

Donald F. McIntyre

Kenneth W. Parker

Larry F. Pennell

Bruce Romer

William A. Sequino, Jr.

Bonnie L. Therrien

Mark S. Watson

Supporter ($100-$249)

Michael S. Allison

Charles S. Anderson

David S. Anderson

John B. Andrews

Larry N. Arft

David S. Arnold

Thomas Bakaly

William J. Baldridge

Douglass P. Bales

James M. Banovetz

Camille Cates Barnett

Ted G. Barron

Ronald E. Bartels

William A. Bassett

Billy P. Beckett

Teodoro J. Benavides

Frank I. Benest

Ralph E. Bentley

Michael Blau

Terrell Blodgett

Norton N. Bonaparte, Jr.

Vera Branagan

G. Curtis Branscome

Barry M. Brenner

Kurt W. Bressner

Alexander E. Briseno

George S. Brown

Michael F. Brown

Robert L. Brunton

Lawrence R. Burnside

Lawrence J. Butzlaff

John G. Campbell

June W. Catalano

Christopher W. Chinault

Robert M. Christofferson

Jerry B. Coffman

Duane R. Cole

Mark Coren

William Costick

Jay Covington

William P. Craig

Steven S. Crowell, Jr.

Roger D. Crum

Francis J. Culross

Edwin C. Daley

Dan Davidson

Lloyd R. De Llamas

Thomas F. DeGiulio

Eugene H. Denton

George E. Dibrell

James W. Duckett, Jr.

Mark E. Durbin

William H. Edgar

Frank P. Edmunds

Daniel L. Elliott

Clovia A. English

Gary S. Esplin

Severo Esquivel

Darrell L. Essex

Herman R. Fast

Debra Brooks Feazelle

Gregory Fehrenbach

David J. Ferguson

Thomas W. Finnie

Alan M. Fisher

William H. Fisher, Jr.

Jack Forga

Thomas J. Fountaine II

Matthew S. Fulton

A. Lee Galloway

Juan Garza

Sam S. Gaston

C. Gonzalez

Carl G. Greeson

Anthony H. Griffin

Jack S. …

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