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, 2007.

Founders Society Platinum Circle

$10,000 or More

Bill and Ruth Pitts

Founders Society Gold Circle

$5,000-9,999

Baldwin Piano Inc.

Jane S. Bastien

Frederick Harris Music Company Limited

Natalie Matovinovic

Joan B. Moffat

Founders Society Silver Circle

$2,500-4,999

Jane E. Snow

Student Foundation of ISMTA

Sylvia Shepherd

Founders Society Bronze Circle

$1,000-2,499

Anonymous

Arkansas State MTA

Capital Area MTA

Marvin Fletcher

R. Wayne Gibson

MarySue Harris

Hawaii MTA

Gary L. Ingle

Ila H. Ingle

Louisiana MTA

New Jersey MTA

Loran Olsen

Texas MTA

Irene H. Waters

Benjamin Whitten

Wisconsin MTA

Yamaha Corporation of America

Benefactor $500-999

Edmonds MTA

Felicia A. Evans

Edwin Key

Frances Key

Kellis Kreative Dance LLC

Montana MTA

Pennsylvania MTA

Joan M Reist

Teresa M. Weber

Eiko Yano

Guarantor $250-499

Marge Bengel

Gail J. Berenson

Ralph Berkowitz

Central Arkansas MTA

Brian K. Chung

Colorado MTA

Thomas L. Ediger

Goshen Elkhart MTA

Gulf Coast MTA

Larry E. Jones

Jonesboro Alumnae and Patronesses of Sigma Alpha Iota

Arlene Krueger

Maryland State MTA

Michigan MTA

Oklahoma MTA

Oregon MTA

Reading MTA

D. Sida Roberts

Salt Creek Chapter-ISMTA

Michael Sitton

Kevin J. Stites

Auda Marie Thomas

Patricia Dyer Tuley

Utah MTA Sandy Chapter

Washington State MTA

Wyoming MTA

Sustainer $100-249

Paul D. Andersen

Arizona Study Program (Affiliated With ASMTA)

Charles C. Aschbrenner

Athens MTA

Beverly Attinger

Philip E. Autry

Ken Bales

Karen Ball

Suzanne Barchers

Jerelen Bartone

Baton Rouge MTA

Elena Berlinsky

John S. Bleuel

Marvin Blickenstaff

Donna Bogard

Christine Bohlman

Martha E. Brueggeman

Joanna T. Burnside

Barbie H. Butler

Jianfeng Cai

Sharon T. Callahan

Benjamin D. Caton

Bette Chambless

Patsy F. Chen

Lora Lynn Christensen

Ingrid J. Clarfield

Sylvia Coats

Natalie G. Codelli

Cheryl Coker

Peter F. Collins

Columbine MTA

Annette C. Conklin

Conroe MTA

Rebecca Hardy Corley

Charlene Cox-Clifton

Gloria H. Dakin

Roma DeLaHunt

Denver Area MTA

Des Moines MTA

Carolyn Deuel

Loraine Dix

Barbara B. Dixon

James R. Douthit

Ruth S. Edwards

SaraMarie Eichenberger

Pauline Eidemiller

Judy Eitel

Cynthia K. Elias

Cynthia J. Eubanks

Dorothy Pederson Fahlman

Jacqueline B. Faulcon

Florida State MTA

Roger E. Foltz

Anna Harriette Foshee

Donna Brink Fox

Deborah T. Freeman

Cora Fried

Barbara Furr

Margaret M. Gammill

Joel Gaughan

Victor A. Geiger

Georgia MTA

Joyce C. Grantham

Janet D. Gray

Susan Keith Gray

Harriet Green

Ronald F. …

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