Foundation Fund

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Foundation Fund


This list includes individuals, associations, organizations and corporations who contributed $25 or more to the MTNA FOUNDATION FUND the period of January 1-December 31, 2006

Founders Society Platinum Circle $10,000 or More

Gibson Foundation Inc.

Yamaha Corporation of America

Founders Society Gold Circle $5,000-9,999

Baldwin Piano Company

Jane S. Bastien

Iris and Morty Manus

Founders Society Silver Circle $2,500-4,999

East Texas MTA

Illinois State MTA

Sylvia Shepherd

Founders Society Bronze Circle $1,000-2,499

Alabama MTA

Alfred Publishing Piano Team

Anonymous

Anonymous

California Association of Professional Music Teachers, Inc.

Denver Area MTA

Georgia MTA

R. Wayne Gibson

Huron Area MTA

Gary L. Ingle

Iowa MTA

Maryland State MTA

Natalie Matovinovic

Mt. Rainier Chapter WSMTA

North Carolina MTA

Northern Virginia MTA

Oakland Piano Teachers Forum Teachers and Students

Loran Olsen

Irene H. Waters

Benjamin Whitten

Wisconsin MTA Fox Valley Chapter

Benefactor $500-999

Connecticut MTA

Debra A. Gamero

Erich Grotewold

Lehigh Valley Chapter of MTA

Missouri MTA

New Jersey MTA

Pennsylvania MTA

Ruth Pitts

Graham Scott

Students of Rebecca Anderson Studio

Texas MTA

Virginia MTA

Guarantor $250-499

Amarillo MTA

Marge Bengel

Brian K. Chung

Colorado MTA

Barbara B. Dixon

Mano R. Hardies

Arlene Krueger

Ohio MTA Southwest District

Oregon MTA

Joan M. Reist

Salt Creek Chapter-ISMTA

Smoky Mountain MTA

Students of Lucille Shank Piano Studio

Alex Thio

Auda Marie Thomas

Sustainer $100-249

Susan Adler

Kimberly Anderson

Arizona Study Program (Affiliated With Arizona State MTA)

Charles C. Aschbrenner

Athens MTA

Austin District MTA

Ken Bales

Jerelen Bartone

Gladys Bath

Baton Rouge MTA

Susan Bellefleur

Gall J. Berenson

Elena Berlinsky

Patsy Bode

Susan Bradley

Curt Brandt

Cassandra F. Bridges

Martha E. Brueggeman

Harry Butler

Phillip Caddy

Aurelia Campbell

Capital Area MTA

Sandra L. Carnes

Central Minnesota MTA

Robin Chadwick

Sylvia Coats

Peter F. Collins

Renee A. Collins

Colorado State MTA

Rebecca Hardy Corley

Beverly Ann Cranshaw

Richard A. Crosby

Dorothy Kish Dungan

Thomas L. Ediger

Ruth S. Edwards

Pauline Eidemiller

Nancy Hill Elton

Robin H. Engleman

Jacqueline B. Faulcon

Florida State MTA

Virginia J. Folsom

Foothills MTA

Anna Harriette Foshee

Martha Lea Fox

Amanda Roberts Gilmore

Ann Milliman Gipson

Tamah Williams Goad

Louise L. Goss

Harriet Green

Don Halvorsen

Kathryn R. Hammer

Jill G. Hanrahan

MarySue Harris

Betty Hearne

Charlotte M. Heermann

Kerry H. Henry

Ford Hill

Martha Hilley

Dennis Hirst

Cindy Houck Hockenjos

Scott Holland

Chris Hong

Mary Taylor Hulme

Hans J. Jensen

Gloria N. Johnson

Jessica G. Johnson

Charles H. Jones

Kansas MTA

Eileen Keel

Sylvia L.

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