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ORGANIZATIONAL

FLORIDA -- Cross Match Technologies

ILLINOIS -- RVJC Juvenile Detention Division

MASSACHUSETTS -- L3 Communications, Middlesex Sheriff's Office

OHIO -- Sinclair Community College Criminal Justice Department

TEXAS -- Big Springs Correctional Complex

SUPPORTING PATRON

CALIFORNIA -- Image Ware Systems Inc.

ILLINOIS -- Folger Adam Security Inc.

MASSACHUSETTS -- Seder Foods Corp.

TENNESSEE -- Navigator Health Management Solutions Inc.

TEXAS -- Edgar Morales Inc.

EXECUTIVE GOLD CARD

CALIFORNIA -- Michael Patterson

CONNECTICUT -- Michael Bongiovanni

FLORIDA -- Donald F. Bauknecht

GEORGIA -- Neil Warren

ILLINOIS -- Duane Johnson

INDIANA -- Leonard Ball, Toby Crowder

MARYLAND -- Bishop L. Robinson Sr., Ruth A. Robinson, William J. Smith

NEVADA -- Yangcha Crabb

OKLAHOMA -- Ernest Bradley

PENNSYLVANIA -- Nick Barbetta, Edward A. McDemus

VIRGINIA -- Ann Loper

WISCONSIN -- Maxine C. Erby

PROFESSIONAL II

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA -- Rebecca McCain-Singleton

ILLINOIS -- Larry Bearden, Daniel J. Coughlin, Judi Gerstien, Timothy Tobin

KENTUCKY -- Richard K. Thomas

LOUISIANA -- Cindy Park

MARYLAND -- Joseph Gagnon, Giselle Neely

MASSACHUSETTS -- Ken Bates

MICHIGAN -- Shaun Anchak, Raymond Botkin

NEW JERSEY -- Michael Terlizzese

NEW YORK -- James Hession, Keri Wolfe

NORTH CAROLINA -- James Edward Long Jr.

PENNSYLVANIA -- Deborah Sharp, Franklin J. Tennis, Jean Waites-Howard

TEXAS -- Steven Hammond, Barbara Roberts

VIRGINIA -- Ann Fisher, Arthur Wilson

WISCONSIN -- Ashraf Sadek

PROFESSIONAL I

ALABAMA -- Thomas H. Stuart

ARIZONA -- Larry Clausen, Sandra Wilson

ARKANSAS -- Marcus Moore, Terry Williams

CALIFORNIA -- Raymond Andrews, Helen Bryant, Michael Bryant, Rick Chavez, Brad Darling, Charles Goedecke, Tal Klaus, Ronald Lloyd, Doris Lora, Cindy Meyerink

COLORADO -- Cora Jones, Jay Kirby

DELAWARE -- Jerry H. Caldwell

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA -- David Huffer

FLORIDA -- Angela Chavers, Monica David, Jennifer R. Green, Bryan Jack, Cynthia Javjek, Anthony E. Jones, Joyce McCoy-Campana, Beverly E. Morrison, Gloria Myers, Kenneth Pifer, Melissa Walker, Rebecca Wright

GEORGIA -- I. Gabriel Hale

HAWAII -- Lari Koga

IDAHO -- Nick R. Albers, Eric MacEachern, Kris Stensrude

ILLINOIS -- Brad Brannon, James J. Davidson, Brian Bernard Fink, Harold R. Hayes, Bill Houston, Lawrence E. Huggins, Millicent Lewis-McCoy, Karen McDermid, Donald Meseke, Renae Parker, Joy Pearson, Melissa Pekich, Carolyn Robertson, Terri Stirewalt, Susan L. Surgeon, Belinda Tonnies, Robert Vogt, Cheryl Whitten, Thomas Zriny

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IOWA -- Tom Bonefas, Dan Chapman, Richard Graham, Keith Hering, Helen Kemp, Ken Kolthoff, Sheryl Lockwood, Jim McKinney, Mary Nichols, Nicole Pizzini, Michael Shreck, Patti Smilanich, Ross Todd, Lewis Washington

KANSAS -- Matt Brous, Jerry Hodges, Wendy Jenkins, Brian Seidler, Peggy Steimel, Aimee Wells, Shelley Wertz-Smith, Colleen Wienck

KENTUCKY -- Rebecca J. …

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