Foundation Fund

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Foundation Fund


This list includes individuals, associations, organizations and corporations that contributed $25 or more to the MTNA Foundation Fund during the period of January 1--December 31, 2010.

Founders Society Platinum Circle

$10,000 or More

MarySue Harris

Gary Ingle

Yamaha Corporation of America Piano Division

Founders Society Gold Circle

$5,000-9,999

Jane Bastien

Kawai America Corp.

Founders Society Silver Circle

$2,500-4,999

Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.

Colorado State MTA

Hal Leonard Corporation

Iris and Morty Marius

Jane Snow

Dallas Weekley and Nancy Arganbright

Founders Society Bronze Circle

$1,000-2,499

Diane Birr

Thomas Ediger

Florida State MTA

R. Wayne Gibson

Ann and Richard Gipson

Maryland State MTA

Mississippi MTA

Missouri MTA

New Jersey MTA

Pennsylvania MTA

Marcella Poppen

Benjamin Whitten

Yamaha Corporation of America Band & Orchestral Division

Benefactor

$500-999

Anonymous

Marge Bengel

Gall Berenson

Marvin Blickenstaff

Illinois State MTA

Peter Mack

North DeKalb MTA

Ruth Pitts

Joan Reist

Philip Sabransky

Texas MTA

Tidewater Music Teachers Forum

Utah MTA

Virginia MTA

Guarantor

$250-499

Alabama MTA

Arkansas State MTA

Arthur Baines

Marianne Fleming Bryan

Benjamin Caton

Brian Chung

Delaware State MTA

Diane Detering-Paddison

Gary Gress

Liz Gron

Celinda Hallbauer

Sue Holder

Ethel Iwasaki

Barbara Jones

Larry Jones

Kitsap MTA

Theresa Klinefelter

Arlene Krueger

Tricia Kullman-Ruiz

Lynn Lamb

Ohio MTA-Southwest District

Loran OIsen

Omaha MTA

Cheryl Pachak-Brooks

Kathleen Philipp

Richard Scott

Brian Shepard

Marilyn Starker

Student Foundation ISMTA Salt Creek Branch

Auda Marie Thomas

Washington State MTA

Sustainer

$100-249

Fay Adams

Dennis Alexander

Anonymous

Charles Aschbrenner

Athens MTA

JoAnne Barry

Eugenie Basu

Mary Bea

Claire Belkovsky

Elena Berlinsky

Lezlee Bishop

Mark Brown

George Bryant

Rosalind Burkhart

Aurelia Campbell

Carolyn Carnaby

Sandra Carnes

Central Oklahoma MTA

Central Texas MTA

Robin Chadwick

Elizabeth Chalfant

Chattanooga MTA

Frances Clippard

Natalie Codelli

Conroe MTA

Elizabeth Cooper

Lynd Corley

Elizabeth Crow

Delta Omicron Alumni Club

Susie Dempsey

Denton MTA

Dietze Music House

Eric and Donna Hutchinson

Nancy Dunn

Ruth Edwards

Doris Edwards

Kinuyo Engelbrecht

Dorothy Fahlman

Jacqueline Faulcon

Vivian Fletcher

Ellen Flint

Virginia Folsom

Anna Foshee

Mary Beth Frable

Victoria Fridley

Janice Gaboriault

Joan Gathercoal

Georgia MTA

Deborah Gers

Gracewinds Music

Susan Gray

Jeanne Grealish

Harriet Green

Anne Gron

Gwinnett County MTA

Melanie Harris

Hastings College

Charlotte Heermann

A. Clinton Hewes

Starla Hibler

Richard Hihn

Cindy Hockenjos

Joseph Hokayem

Chris Hong

Mary Taylor Hulme

Connie Hungate

Iowa MTA-East Central District

Hans Jensen

Annette Joe

Jessica Johnson

Charles Jones

Loretta Julian

Janet Kantor

Geraldine Keeling

Kenneth Ketner

Beth Klingenstein

John Krauss

John Krebs

Elizabeth LaBelle

Irene Lafharis

Thayne Larsen

Suzanne Lay

Dana Lerner

Lillian Livingston

Maria Lonchyna-Lisowsky

Louisiana MTA

Diana Lucker

Martin Lucy

Raynette Ludlow

Sigrid Luther

Judith Lyons

Carolyn Malnes

Wanda Mandigo

Barbara English Marls

Natalie Matovinovic

Ann Matteson

Fern McArthur

Philelle McBrayer

Sandra Meyer

Solomon Mikowsky

John Miller

Julianne Miranda

Deborah Moench

Montgomery Music Teachers Forum

Donald Morelock

Levonne Mrozinski

MTA of Central Arkansas

Nebraska Summer Music

Olympics

Jon Nelson

Carol Nelson

James Norden

Cheryl Norman

North Fulton MTA

Alan Chow

Corinne Nustad

Ohio MTA--Central East District

Ohio MTA--Middle East District

Ohio MTA--Northeast District

Ohio MTA--Summit County Chapter

Thomas Otten

Jane Ozolins

Mary Parse

Elizabeth Patnude

Lois Ann Pearson

Arleen Pickett

Pilot NYC, LLC

Judith Plagge

Karon Raabe

J. …

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