2009 Annual Fund Contributions

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2009 Annual Fund Contributions


Established in 1985, the ICMA Fund for Professional Management is committed to supporting initiatives that explain and promote the role and benefits of local government management.

Investment interest from the Fund has supported more than 80 communities around the country as they organized to adopt or retain professional local government management. The Fund has also invested in broader civic education initiatives, such as statewide textbooks for students and a national awareness campaign.

Annual contributions ensure that the Fund can continue its good work for the future of the profession. ICMA gratefully acknowledges the contributions made in 2009 by a record 879 ICMA members, state associations, and other supporters.

Individual Donations

LEADER | ($1,000+)

Stribling P. Boynton

William P. Buchanan

Edwin C. Daley

Lloyd R. De Llamas

Bernice T. Duletski

Darnell Earley

R. Michael Eastland

Daniel W. Fitzpatrick

Ted A. Gaebler

George L. Hanbury II

Kathleen Jenks Harm

James R. Keene, Jr.

Tom Lundy

Patricia E. Martel

Peggy Merriss

Robert J. O'Neill, Jr.

Daniel Tufford

James L. Westbrook, Jr.

Edward A. Wyatt

BENEFACTOR | ($500-$999)

Mark Achen

Pamela W. Antil *

Larry J. Brown

Michael F. Brown

David M. Childs

Michael A. Conduff

David J. Deutsch

Steven B. Falk

Lee R. Feldman

Elizabeth Fretwell

Anthony H. Griffin

Scott A. Hancock

Lloyd V. Harrell, Jr.

Robert L. Herchert

Peter A. Korn

Robert S. LaSala

Leadership ICMA

Class of 2009

David M. Limardi

Craig Lonon

David R. Mora

Gerald E. Newfarmer

Jan C Perkins

Pat Gwyn Pierce *

William A. Pupo *

Craig R. Rapp

Paul A. Wenbert

CONTRIBUTOR | ($25Q-$499)

Laura S. Allen *

Anonymous

Michael D. Baker

Walter O. Barry

James H. Bennett

Gregory J. Bielawski

Richard R. Blessing

Walter J. Bobkiewicz III

Rob K. Braulik *

Steve A. Bryant

Stephen Scott Cleveland

Duane R. Cole

Michelle Crandall *

E. Allen Culverhouse

Paul D. Eckles

Timothy J. Erwert

Gregory C. Fehrenbach

A. Lee Galloway

Sam S. Gaston

James K. Giese

Donald L. Gloo *

David J. Harris

Edmond R. Hinkle

Michael W. Huse

Robert L. Irvin

Robert R. Kiely, Jr.

J. William Little *

Charles A. Long

Lynn H. Markland

Kelly R. McAdoo-Morariu *

Robert D. McEvoy

Thomas H. Muehlenbeck

Keith F. Mulrooney *

L. Kimball Payne III

Clay J. Pearson

James W. Randall

Margie C. Rose

Joseph H. Salitros

Steven L. Schainker

O. Paul Shew

James C. Smith

Dale S. Sugerman

James H. Svara *

David S. Teel

Susan Thorpe

Bradford J. Townsend

Scott J. Ullery *

Michael W. Walker

Glen Tracy Williams

Edwin L. Worsley, Jr.

SUPPORTER | ($100-$249)

Barry R. Alexander *

Michael S. Allison

Charles S. Anderson

Craig G. Anderson

Gordon R. Anderson

John K. Anderson

Tim A. Anderson *

John B. Andrews

John P. Applegate

Stephen A. Arbo

Larry N. Arft

Jesus D. Armas

Andrea Taylor Arnold

David S. Arnold

Darin A. Atteberry *

Barbara J. …

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