Thank You to All Who Give Extra

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Thank You to All Who Give Extra


Thanks to those who provide extra support to the EAIA throught donations and higher membership levels between November 2007 and October 31, 2008. A substantial and essential contribution to our operating revenue is made by those members who maintain higher levels of membership or make unrestricted gifts to the EAIA each year. In 2007, the higher memberships provided $1,000 from Corporate; $3,500 from Benefactor, $10,700 from Sustaining, and $6,360 from Contributing members, for a total of $21,560. We received $4,325 in unrestricted gifts, and a number of temporarily restricted gifts for special projects. In addition to these gifts, donations of items to be sold at the annual meeting silent auction this year produced $7,674, which also supports current operations.

Thanks to all who donated things and those who bid on them to produce that fine result.

Corporate ($500 and above)

Mr. & Mrs. Henry W Logan, III

Mr. & Mrs. William McMillen

Dr. Paul Van Pernis

Benefactor ($250-$499)

Mr. & Mrs. Jim Bovay

Mr. & Mrs. Victor Cole

Mr. & Mrs. William L. Curtis, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. A. A. D'Elia

Mr. & Mrs. John B. DiFrancesco

Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Hathaway

Mr. & Mrs. Jared D. Isaacs

Dr. & Mrs. Henry A. Jordan

Mr.& Mrs. Kenneth Kinsey

Mr. Raymond G. Meyers

Mr. James L. Packham

Dr. & Mrs. Jim Pfrommer

Mrs. Jane Rees

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel M. Semel

Mr. Frank J. Tolford, Jr.

Sustaining ($ lOO-$249)

Mr. John C. Abb

Mr. & Mrs. William Adsit

Mr. & Mrs. Norman Ahn

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas S. Allen

Mr. & Mrs. James R. Allen, Jr.

Mr. Ray C. Beauduy

Mr. Eric Bernard

Mr. & Mrs. Elwin C. Bigelow

Mr. & Mrs. Carl O. Bostrom

Mr. & Mrs. Roger Bourgeois

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Brachett

Mr. & Mrs. William S. Brooks

Mr. Thomas R. Bruce

Mr. Philip A. Cannon, II

Mr. & Mrs. Tim Clarke

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. Clay

Mr. & Mrs. Peter H. Cohan

Dr. & Mrs. Daniel J. Comerford, III

Mr. & Mrs. Alton Cronk

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth S. Culnan

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas A. Dayger

Mr. & Mrs. John Demer

Mr. Nelson Denny

Mr. Thomas Densmore

Mr. Malcolm Dick

Mr. Ralph W Dowdell, III

Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Dunbar

Mr. Dick Edwards, Director

Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln Ekstrom

Mr. & Mrs. David Elliott

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Elliott

Mr. Jon Feikens

Mr. Barney Fix

Mr. Charles L. Frank

Mr. John E. Galvin, Pres.

Mr. & Mrs. Howard Goodhew

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas D. Graham

Mr. John R. Green

Mr. & Mrs. Howard L. Greenberger

Mr. Karl Gurcke

Mr. & Mrs. Elton W. Hall

Mr. & Mrs. Terry L. Haver

Mr. & Mrs. James G. Hearne,Jr.

Historic Preservation Training Center

Mr. & Mrs. Ron Hodgdon

Mr. Charles F. Hummel

Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. Johnson

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Jordens

Dr. Jeff Joslin

Mr. Charles Kaplan

Mr. Tom Kluwin

Mr. & Mrs. Michael LaFranchi

Mr. Samuel K. Lessey, Jr.

Mr. Charles Lewis

Mr. & Mrs. George T. Lott

Ms. Patty MacLeish

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Malin

Mr. & Mrs. David A. McCutcheon

Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. McQueen

Mr. G. Mensert

Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Miller

Mr. E. Taylor Moore, Jr.

Mr. Joel Moskowitz

Mr. & Mrs. Sanford Moss

Mr. Michael A. Mueller

Mr. Edward W Mueller

Ms. Louise Muse

Mr. & Mrs. Luigi Nessi

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis R. Newman

Mr. & Mrs. …

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