Foundation Fund Contributors

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Foundation Fund Contributors


This listing includes those individuals, association and corporations who contributed to the MTNA FOUNDATIONS FUND during the period from January 1-June 30, 2003.

Founders Society Platinum Circle $10,000 or More

Gibson Musical Instruments

Yamaha Corporation of America

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

Jane S. Bastien

Warner Bros. Publications

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

Conn-Selmer, Inc.

Dorsey Scholarship Fund

R. Wayne Gibson

Illinois State MTA

Missouri MTA

Pennsylvania MTA

Sylvia Shepherd

Texas MTA

Lori J. Bastien Vickers

Benefactors $500-999

Marjore Chronister

Delaware State MTA

General Electric Capital Corporation

Greater Louisville MTA

Gary L. Ingle

West Chester University

Benjamin Whitten

Guarantor $250-499

Peggy Austin

Sandra S. Bauers

Chicago Area MTA

Colorado MTA

Barbara B. Dixon

Fairfield Pianos & Organs, Inc.

Georgia MTA

Sue H. Holder

Peggy J. Lewis

Julia Sailor Lovison

Ellen Masaki

Neil A. Kjos Music Company

New Jersey MTA

Northern Delaware MTA

Putnam Piano Company

Puyallup Valley Chapter

Joan M. Reist

Anita Renfroe

Salt Creek Chapter

Sandra Slier

Cynthia L. Simon

Mary T. Soper

Spokane Chapter

Tadlock Piano and Organ Co.

University of Delaware

Barbara H. Wasson

Sustainer $100-249

Charles C. Aschbrenner

Jean M. Barr

Digby Bell

Taubyl Bell

Marge Bengel

Gail J. Berenson

Carole C. Bradshaw

Christine Broberg

CAPMT-District III

CAPMT-District V

CAPMT-District IX

CAPMT-Sacramento Chapter

Sharon T. Callahan

Sandra L. Carnes

Constance K. Carroll

Benjamin D. Caton

Ingrid J. Clarfield

Peter F. Collins

Brenda L. Conroy

Rebecca Hardy Corley

Carol W. Dennes

William J. Dorn

Keeli D. Droege

Nancy T. Faber

Joy S. Finley

Gerald F. Fischbach

Anna Harriette Foshee

Jean M. Fox

Frederick Johnson Pianos, Inc.

Raymond Friday

Gateway Arch East Chapter

Marilyn Miltenberger Gindroz

Tamah Williams Goad

Greater Marietta MTA

Harriet Green

Joyce L. Grill

Joy Hart

Mano R. Hardies

Lawrence E. Hart

Patricia L. Hattendorf

William B. Herring

Alice Darling Heyer

Maurice Hinson

Joanna Hodges

Chris Hong

Marilyn H. Horton

Mary Taylor Hulme

Hans J. Jensen

Annette Joe

Rebecca G. Johnson

Charles H. Jones

Loretta N. Julian

Kansas MTA

Eileen Keel

Joyce F. Kelly

Donna Battista Kligerman

Arlene Krueger

Mildred W. Lasota

Margaret S. Lorince

Emily Rhodes Lorraine

Diana Lee Lucker

Main Line MTA

Wilda Gene Marcus

Jennifer Martin

Kathleen Maskell

Nancy Matesky

Natalie Matovinovic

Ann S. Matteson

Catherine Maxwell

Kathleen M. Murray

Margaret E. Nichols

North DeKalb MTA

Nancy F. O'Brien

Florence F. Peacock

Lois Ann Pearson

Rebecca Sue Peterman

Phyllis I. Pieffer

Deanna Pond

Shirley A. Raut

Danny Rocks

Debra Ronning

Barbara Schneiderman

Betty Sue Shepherd

Dora Shia

Rebecca P. …

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