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Spring 2013
For friends of The Oklahoma Caring Foundation, Inc.
oklahomacaringfoundation.org
Magic Johnson contributes to record
fundraising at Champions of Health Gala
More than 500 people attended the ninth
annual Champions of Health Gala, which was
held Oct. 8th at the National Cowboy Hall
of Fame and Western Heritage Museum in
Oklahoma City. A record $204,000 was raised
through event sponsorships, auctions and ticket
purchases to support the Oklahoma Caring
Foundation. The gala is designed to recognize
individuals and organizations that are working
to improve health in Oklahoma. It also serves
as the Foundation’s premier annual fundraiser.
Following a tour of a Caring Van with
Oklahoma Commissioner of Health Dr. Terry
Cline and Oklahoma Caring Foundation
Board Chairman Ted Haynes, Earvin “Magic”
Johnson captivated the crowd with his message
of inspiration and hope for future generations.
Johnson’s work to engage communities in
L to R: Dr. Terry Cline, Oklahoma Commissioner of Health, Earvin
“Magic” Johnson, and Caring Foundation Board Chairman Ted
Haynes at the 2012 Champions of Health Gala.
preventing disease and empowering young
people was highlighted in the remarks, along
with praise for the Caring Van program’s work
to deliver services directly to children
continued on page 3
Partner Spotlight:
Latino Community
Development Agency
The Latino Community Development
Agency (LCDA) works toward its
mission of enhancing the quality of life in
Latino communities through education,
leadership, services and advocacy. With
one in five births being Latino, LCDA is
critical to service delivery to a large
population of families in central Oklahoma,
including underserved children eligible to
receive immunizations aboard a Caring Van.
The partnership between LCDA and the
Oklahoma City Caring Van program began
in July 2001, in the heart of Oklahoma City’s
predominantly Latino neighborhood.
Through community outreach and
announcements on local Spanish radio
stations, families have been able to count
on the Caring Van being in their
neighborhood the same time each month.
More than 2,500 children have received a
total of nearly 6,500 immunizations through
the Caring Van’s partnership with LCDA.
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New Caring Van hit the road in southeast Oklahoma
Oklahoma’s fifth Caring Van began
serving communities in southeastern
Oklahoma in April with a kickoff in
the Talihina community. Operating in
partnership with Choctaw Nation Health
Services, the van traveled across seven
counties providing immunizations and
additional preventive health services.
After many years of providing Caring Van
services in rural communities, the Choctaw
Nation van represents a new model in which
a partnering organization can operate the
van each day of the week, without relying on
Foundation staff to drive from Oklahoma
City and Tulsa. This arrangement has
worked very well, with 46 clinics conducted
in the fall of 2012 alone.
“Because we work in such a rural
area, the schools and parents appreciate
the convenience of having this service
provided,” said Kelly Adams, lead Choctaw
Nation Caring Van nurse. “We like knowing
that the risk of a child acquiring a vaccine
preventable disease lessens with every
immunization administered.”
The Choctaw Nation Caring Van primarily
serves schools, and the success of the new
van is evident, with more than 1,700 children
receiving immunizations in a four month
period. Other services were provided to
an additional 1,750 individuals including
adult immunizations and head lice checks
for children. Plans are underway to engage
additional schools and Head Start locations
to coordinate a preventive dental health
component in 2013.
Caring Van milestones celebrated in 2012
The Caring Vans produced record results in
2012, immunizing nearly 16,000 children
with more than 25,000 vaccines at 729 clinics
statewide. The addition of a fifth Caring Van
increased the programs geographic reach and
helped improve partnerships in communities
historically served by the vans. On Aug. 27,
Oklahoma Caring Foundation staff joined
partners and funders to celebrate the 100,000th
child immunized aboard a Caring Van. The
celebration took place at Emergency Infant
Services in Tulsa, an organization filling the
needs of the most vulnerable young children in
the community, which is also a service partner
of the Caring Van program.
“Our program targets children in low-income
and underserved areas, so it’s especially
exciting to know that these 100,000 children
represent kids who may not have otherwise
received immunizations,” said Ted Haynes,
Board Chairman of the Oklahoma Caring
Foundation.
Kendra Jones, Caring Van coordinator, hugs Chiara Roberts, the
100,000th child immunized by the Oklahoma Caring Foundation.
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This milestone followed the recognition of the
200,000th immunization administered aboard
the Caring Vans during the summer. Work
continues to implement both geographic and
program expansion within the Caring Van
program, setting the stage for another very
busy year in 2013.
continued next page
THE CARING CONNECTION
continued from page 2
Caring Van milestones
Oklahoma Caring
Foundation Executive
Director Paula Huck said,
“The success of the Caring
Van program is the result
of many community
partners, schools and
child care providers who
facilitate our visits, in
addition to many funders
who contribute to the
cause. Together, we are
making a difference.”
The Oklahoma Caring Foundation celebrated the immunization of 100,000 children on
Aug. 27, 2012.
Continued from page 1
Magic Johnson at Champions of Health gala
throughout the state. The evening’s surprise
Oklahoma State Department of Health,”
happened when Johnson auctioned off tickets
said Oklahoma Commissioner of Health,
to the Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Los Angeles
Dr. Terry Cline. “The vans are literally traveling
Lakers game, along with autographed jerseys.
across Oklahoma, protecting our children from
He also pledged $25,000 from his own Magic
disease and illness by ensuring they have their
Johnson Foundation to further the work of the
vaccinations–a truly wonderful program which
Oklahoma Caring Foundation.
is saving lives.”
Fundraising efforts were led by a 30 member
The tenth annual Champions of Health Gala
gala committee, chaired by Ted and Shiela
will be held in Tulsa in October 2013.
Haynes, and represented statewide support of
the event. Sponsors enjoyed
an invitation-only reception
and photos with Johnson
prior to the dinner.
Winners were recognized
in six categories, with the
evening’s highest honor,
the Dr. Rodney L. Huey
Memorial Champion of
Oklahoma Health Award,
being awarded to Chickasaw
Nation and Oklahoma State
University’s Eagle Adventure.
The award was introduced
by gala emcee and Dr. Huey’s
niece, Christina Eckert.
“The Caring Van is a great
public/private partnership
between the Oklahoma
Guest speaker, Earvin “Magic” Johnson, interacts with the crowd and helps raise more than
$200,000 during the 2012 Champions of Health Gala, held Oct. 8 in Oklahoma City.
Caring Foundation and the
SPRING 2013
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Caring Vans protect children against influenza
Influenza made national news in 2012 with
early outbreaks across the country. With
heightened awareness around flu prevention,
the Oklahoma Caring Vans conducted a
large statewide campaign, and provided flu
vaccinations at more than 200 clinics across
Oklahoma during the fall and winter of 2012.
Our Caring Van coordinators focused their
efforts primarily on serving schools, where
children are most likely to be infected with
influenza. Studies show that vaccinations are
imperative for children’s health and readiness to
learn, as it helps decrease school absences. High
rates of flu and flu-like illness even led some
Oklahoma schools to close their doors to protect
children from the spread of the disease.
During the 2012 campaign, the Caring
Vans provided more than 7,000 children with
flu vaccinations, which were administered
for children ages 6 months to 18 years at
schools, child care centers, and community
agencies. The Caring Van program plans to
continue playing an active role in flu vaccine
administration in 2013 by actively working
with the Oklahoma State Department of Health
to coordinate outreach.
Donor Opportunities
As the Oklahoma Caring Foundation continues
to grow, our donors have more opportunities to
support our mission.
In 2012, the Foundation established a charitable
endowment fund at the Oklahoma City
Community Foundation (OCCF). The fund will
provide an avenue for long-term investment in
the health and well-being of future generations
of Oklahoma children, and ensure that the
foundation is always a strong advocate for
preventive health. Donors may also access
OCCF’s expert staff to assist with personal
charitable and financial planning goals.
Our Tribute Gift program allows supporters
to honor the lives of loved ones while creating
a healthier future for Oklahoma children.
Tribute Gifts are ideal for celebrating special
occasions such as birthdays and holidays, as
well as remembering the lives of individuals
who have passed away. Tribute Gift donors may
choose to support foundation operations or the
endowment fund.
For more information on contributing to the
endowment fund or making a Tribute Gift,
contact Ivy Griffey at 918-551-3397 or
[email protected]
Foundation welcomes new Caring Van specialists
In February, Leslie Knight joined the
Oklahoma City team as a Caring Van specialist.
Leslie works aboard the vans, coordinating
immunization clinics. She recently took
the lead in implementing the new BMI
screening project aboard her van. Leslie brings
several years of experience working with
underserved populations through her work at
the Department of Human Services and the
University of Oklahoma, where she specialized
in coordinating services for children in
foster care.
In December, Jamie Kucinski began work
as a Caring Van specialist in the Tulsa office.
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Jamie most recently worked in customer service
at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma
and brings many years of team building and
project leadership experience to the Caring
Van program. He is a dedicated community
volunteer and was recognized as the company’s
Volunteer of the Year for his work with youth
through programs like CASA, Team USA Self
Defense and YMCA.
Please join us in welcoming Leslie and Jamie as they
contribute to the continued success of the Oklahoma
Caring Foundation.
THE CARING CONNECTION
Partner Spotlight:
Laura Dester Shelter
Providing services at locations where children
spend their days has always been part of the
Caring Van operations. That method took on
new meaning in September 2011, when an
observant Caring Van specialist noticed a woman
bringing different groups of children to the health
department each week for immunizations. The
specialist discovered the woman was a registered
nurse at the local Department of Human Services
children’s shelter; All of the children were in
2013 Donor Spotlight
The Oklahoma Caring Foundation’s work
would not be possible without the help
of businesses, philanthropic foundations,
civic organizations and individuals whose
contributions keep our Caring Vans running.
On behalf of the children and families we
serve, we extend our heartfelt thanks to all
who participate in our mission with their
financial support. We would like to take
this opportunity to spotlight two of our
longstanding donors, Bank of Oklahoma
(BOk) and the Inasmuch Foundation.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the
partnership between BOk and the Foundation.
In 2003, BOk provided the opportunity to add
a new Caring Van that would serve the Tulsa
metro area and rural communities across
emergency custody after having been removed
from their homes. Soon thereafter, the Tulsa
Caring Van began services directly to the Laura
Dester Shelter twice each month.
Though immunizations are required for child
care and school entry, the children are often from
homes without the most basic needs. Providing
services in an environment that is familiar to
these fragile children proves to be a very positive
arrangement for shelter staff.
To date, more than 300 children have received
a total of 830 immunizations through the Caring
Van and Laura Dester Shelter.
eastern Oklahoma. Ten years later, the BOk
van is still on the road and has welcomed more
than 28,000 children who have received close
to a total of 50,000 vaccines. BOk continues to
provide generous support for the Oklahoma
Caring Van program. To date, BOk has invested
more than $129,000 in improving the health of
Oklahoma children.
The Inasmuch Foundation has been a part
of the Oklahoma Caring Foundation’s effort to
improve access to preventive health services
since 1996. They have contributed nearly
$70,000 to support the belief that every child
deserves the chance to grow up healthy. The
Inasmuch Foundation of Oklahoma City, is part
of the legacy of Edith Kinney Gaylord. It seeks
to improve the lives of Oklahomans through
investments in education, health and human
services and community enhancement.
2012 Tribute Gifts and Donors
In Memoriam
RODNEY L. HUEY, MD
By Linda Huey
KAREN KNUTSON
By Brett and Lisa
Barrowman
In Honor of
BCBSOK EXECUTIVE STAFF
By Julie Sloan
BCBSOK NETWORK
MANAGEMENT STAFF
By Julie Sloan
SPRING 2013
BCBSOK NETWORK
MANAGEMENT FACILITY
AND ANCILLARY STAFF
By Laura Hottel
STEVE BERRY
By Jason Brown
PETER and KAREN
CUMMINS
By Brett and Lisa
Barrowman
DENNIS and JUDY
DesLAURIERS
By Brett and Lisa
Barrowman
LESTER ERNEST
By Jason Brown
FAMILY AND FRIENDS
By Bert and Martha
Marshall
DR. DIANNE and LOUIS
GASBARRA
By Blue Cross and Blue
Shield of Oklahoma
MAGIC JOHNSON
By Shiela and Ted Haynes
MICHAEL and LIBBY JOHNSON
By Blue Cross and Blue
Shield of Oklahoma
WALTER and CHRISTY
JOHNSON
By Brett and Lisa
Barrowman
VAN and PAULA JONES
By Brett and Lisa
Barrowman
RON and JAN KING
By Blue Cross and Blue
Shield of Oklahoma
GENE AND ALICE LITTEKEN
By Brett and Lisa
Barrowman
LUCY BARROWMAN
By Brett and Lisa
Barrowman
DR. MARC and MARY MILSTEN
By Blue Cross and Blue
Shield of Oklahoma
LAURA KENNY
By Blue Cross and Blue
Shield of Oklahoma
JOHN and CINDY PETREE
By Brett and Lisa
Barrowman
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DR. JOHN and JANE
PHILLIPS
By Blue Cross and Blue
Shield of Oklahoma
Schnake Turnbo
Frank | PR
Gelvin Foundation
Beverly Binkowski
Candice Dressler
Inasmuch Foundation
Carol Bird
Cynthia Driver
Union Pacific Railroad
Foundation
Leah Blan
Tracy Drywater
DR. JIM and DONNA RIEMER
By Blue Cross and Blue
Shield of Oklahoma
Valir Health, LLC
Michael and Elizabeth
Johnson Family
Foundation
Mary Blankenship Pointer
Dana Durasso
Herman Kaiser Foundation
Blue Corps Fundraiser
Participants
Chip Edmunds
James H. and Madalynne
Norick Foundation
Tracy Bowdle
Kathy Edwards
Helen Boyd
Kandise Eggers
Charles Brashers
Audrey Ellis
Dennet Brecheen
Heidi Ewing
Shekitta Britt
Denise Fennell
Heather Brooks
Karena Finnerty
Jason and Regina Brown
Terry Flattem
Kristina Brown
Karla Fletcher
Martha Brown
Dorthea Forshee
Nicole Brown
Melissa Foster
Sharon Brown
Kari Fry
Individual Donors
Stephanie Brown
Shayne Frye
Mitzi Fullingim
DEBRA ROBERTS
By Jason Brown
JIM SIRES
By Jason Brown
BOB and BETSY THORPE
By Brett and Lisa
Barrowman
BROOKE TOWNSEND
By Ivy Griffey
HERB and SACHI TOWNSEND
By Brett and Lisa
Barrowman
LAINE TOWNSEND
By Brett and Lisa
Barrowman
DR. GARY and SANDRA
TRENNEPOHL
By Blue Cross and Blue
Shield of Oklahoma
Businesses
American Fidelity
Foundation
AT&T Oklahoma
Bank of Oklahoma
Blue Cross and Blue Shield
of Oklahoma
Books are Fun
Cher A. Bumps and
Associates
First National Bank
(Midwest City)
Group Service Employees
Federal Credit Union
World of Fun Childcare and
Development Center
Civic and Professional
Organizations
BlueCorps
D-DENT
Oklahoma Aids Care Fund
Oklahoma Center for
Nonprofits
Wegener Foundation
Anne and Henry Zarrow
Foundation
Maxine and Jack Zarrow
Family Foundation
In-Kind Contributors
Oklahoma Dental
Association
Margo Ham
Oklahoma Foundation for
Medical Quality
The Skirvin Hilton
Oklahoma Hospital
Association
Ozarka
Diana Abbott
Valerie Brown
Oklahoma State Medical
Association
Eve Adams
Shirley Bruce
Jeanette Gamba
Christie Akins
Angela Brumley
Oklahoma Tobacco
Settlement Endowment
Trust (TSET)
Deepanjan Ganguly
Nicole Amend
Glenda Burkett
Sara Garrison
Chandra Anderson
Patti Burnette
Mark and Debora Anglin
Cherie Calico
Dr. Dianne and Lou
Gasbarra
Dr. Doug Auld
Andrea Cantrel
Mary Glenn
Barbara Azar
Shannon Capetillo
Linda Glore
BCBSOK Marketing
Employee Recognition
Committee
Kristen Carr
Kari Govier-Brown
Sharon Cazenave
Pamela Gray
Jennifer Bailey
Jason Chambers
Kyler Greer
Rildia Cleary
Ivy Griffey
Kelly Coblentz
Stephania Grober
Roxie Coburn
Dusty Groff
Stephen Comtois
Sheng Grogan
Jeff and Connie Cope
Penny Guglielmo
Greg Corn
Bobbie Gwinn
Michelle Crawford
Michael Haddican
Joanne Criner
Lucas Haines
Jeanne Criss
Margo Ham
Kelly Crowder
Nova Hammersley
Joseph Cunningham, MD
Leigh Ann Hancock
Tammi Daniels
Rece Hanoch
Janice Darrow
Crystal Hanshaw
Catherine Davenport
Shiela and Ted Haynes
Amy De Los Santos
Naomi Hays
Abbott Deakins
Karin Haywood
Tina Demos
J.W. Hendricks, MD
Brenda Dillman
Dan Henley
State Chamber of Oklahoma
The Oklahoma Academy
Variety Health Services
Combined Federal
Campaigns
Central Oklahoma CFC
Greater Tulsa CFC
Educational
Institutions
Oklahoma State University
Foundation
OSU Medical Center Trust
Karen Bailey
Sherry Baker
Kelly Diane Bales
Cimone Ballenger
Linda Barker
Kerin Barngrover
Annette Barreto
Health Care Service
Corporation
University of Oklahoma
Foundation
INTEGRIS Health
University of Oklahoma
Health Sciences Center
Diane Barton
University of OklahomaTulsa
Brenda Bays
University of Tulsa
Barbara Beck
Foundations
Margarett Beeker
K-Bar Ranch
McElroy Manufacturing
Mercy
Metro Technology Centers
Personal Health Partners
Plan Benefit Analysts of
Tulsa
Quality Care Child
Development Center
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Carl and Susan Edwards
H.A. and Mary K. Chapman
Charitable Trust
East Family Foundation
Brett and Lisa Barrowman
Marsha Barton
Carla Beaver
Stacey Bell
Steven Berry
James Beth
Wendy Binkley
THE CARING CONNECTION
Jessica Hernandez
Kristin Koontz
Sarah Miracle
Roni Rierson
Jessica Taylor
Dr. James and Julia Higgins
Jackie Kouri and Gary
Paxton
Gracie Mitchell
Maruta Ries
Joyce Taylor
Lynn Hodges
Kimberly Mitchell
Glenda Riley
Larry Tease
Jennifer Hoggatt
Juli Kraft
Kim Mizar-Stem
Patricia Rizzatto
Gail Tedder
Amy Holland
Janis Lacy
Deborah Moncooyea
Debra Roberts
Jill and Robert Thomas
Cynthia Holloway
Cherie Lake
Marisha Moore
Susan Roberts
LaTreshia Thomas
Kevin Holmes
Jaime Lane
Kymberly Morella
K.C. Robinson
Vicki Town
Jean Horner
Shalonda Langston
Linea Morrell
Misty Robinson
Brooke Townsend
Laura Hottel
Donna Lester
Amber Morrical
Monique Rodgers
Dale Tranberg
Hilarie Houghton
Todd Lindsey
Debra Murray
Paula Root, MD
Bridget Treadwell
Tiffany Howell
Terri Locken
Eric Murray
Polo Ruiz
Debra Treutlein
Paula and Rick Huck
Denise Loeza
Travis Murray
Regina Runge
Patsy Trickel
Ashley Hudgeons
Katie Logan
Susan Mulvaney
Teresa Rutledge
Cheryl Trout
Linda Huey
Lizabeth Londono
Joseph and Susan Neely
Charles Rygiel
Bruce Troy
Suzanne Hunsberger
Suzanne Loomis
Tona Nepote
Kausar Said
Carolyn Underwood
Cynthia Hurst
Cynthia Luckens
Mark Niles
Melissa Sanden
Tomi Vandiver
Ruby Huston
Teresa Lumpkin
Teresa Norris
Cody Schilke
Pam VanMeter
Stephanie Hutchison
Pia Lupeika
Jennifer Rae Nunn
Denice Schneider
Cynthia Vu
Raine Igarta
Jan Lyon
Elaine Olzawski
Kathryn Seward
Christine Wager
Michelle Igo
Andrew Maddox
Suzie Omstead
Mae Sharp
Alicia Walker
Larry James
Basil Malik
Leslie Paris
Yolanda Sharpe Railey
Christy Walker
Calese Jefferson
Carol Malik
Jerry Parker
Jamie Shouse
Kristen Walters
Christine Jenen
John E. Manning
Chandra Payne
Danielle Shultz
Lisa Wassom
Deborah Jensen
Helen Mansour
Donna Payne
Daphne Sills-King
Mary Wedman
Rodrick Johns
Bert and Martha Marshall
Khristi Peabody
Peggy Simms
Bobette Wells
Angela Johnson
Clifford Martin
J.T. Petherick
Jim Sires
Selena Wells
Cathy Johnson
Harvie Martin
Jan Poe
Georgetta Skaggs
David Whitetree
Donna Lynn Johnson
Shannon Martin
Stephen Poe
Kathy Skorvaga
Elaine Whitman
Michael and Elizabeth
Johnson
Ramona Mathis
Gale Poindexter
Julie Sloan
Don L. Wilber, MD
John Mavros
Jennifer Pointer
Amy Smith
John Wilkinson
Rachel Johnson
Melanie McCarstle
Jonathan Polcha
Angela Smith
Camela Williams
Tracy Johnson
Brandye McCart
Angela Powell
Lance Smith
Joann Williams
Travis Johnson
Joe’l McConnell
Tonya Powell
Lloyd Smith, Jr.
John Williams
Felix Jones
Tracy McDaniel
Richard Prado
Mandy Smith
Doris J. Wood
Kendra Jones
Ronald McGee
Suzette Pratt
Valerie Smith
Dr. Rieger Wood
Linza Jones
Sandra McKee
Karla Presley
Glenda Smoot
Kimberly Ziegler
Lora Jones
Tracy McKenzie
Lydia Primo
Tiffaney Snyder
Sandy Jones
Rhonda McMurphy
Nancy Pruitt
Roberta Stapleton
Landis Kautz, Jr.
Tammy McMurrian
Angela Qualls
Linda Starr-Bales
Vanessa Keith
Waleska McQuarters
Jodi Rains
Terry Steele
Richard Kelly
Kathy Medford
Patricia Rees
Janeen Stevens
Fazila Khan
Damian Merrill
Rodney Reese
Melanie Stevens
Rosalyn Kimble
Mercedes Millberry Fowler
Debbie Reinauer
Dena Stone
Ron and Jan King
Jean Miller
Jeanne Reinsch
Anne Stroud
Kody Kline
Kimberly Miller
Richelle Rice
Kelly Sunday
Patricia Knaub, PhD
Lisa Miller
Michelle Riddell
Mary Swentowsky
Jenny Koetter
Ryean Miller
Dr. James P. and Donna
Riemer
Renita Taber
Pamela Milleson
SPRING 2013
SUNSHINE
LEADERSHIP CLUB
The Sunshine Leadership Club
recognizes individual donors
who contributed $250 or
more to the Oklahoma Caring
Foundation in 2012.
Nicole Amend
Barbara Azar
Linda Barker
Brett and Lisa Barrowman
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Marsha Barton
Brenda Bays
Margarett Beeker
Stacey Bell
Steven Berry
James Beth
Beverly Binkowski
Charles Brashers
Jason and Regina Brown
Stephanie Brown
Jeff and Connie Cope
Greg Corn
Kelly Crowder
Catherine Davenport
Chip Edmunds
Terry Flattem
Melissa Foster
Jeanette Gamba
Dr. Dianne and Lou Gasbarra
Ivy Griffey
Stephania Grober
Leigh Ann Hancock
Shiela and Ted Haynes
J.W. Hendricks, MD
Dan Henley
Laura Hottel
Paula and Rick Huck
Linda Huey
Stephanie Hutchison
Rodrick Johns
Donna Lynn Johnson
Michael and Elizabeth Johnson
Travis Johnson
Kendra Jones
Lora Jones
Richard Kelly
Ron and Jan King
Jackie Kouri and Gary Paxton
Donna Lester
Cynthia Luckens
Jan Lyon
Bert and Martha Marshall
Harvie Martin
Brandye McCart
Ronald McGee
Sandra McKee
Damian Merrill
Sarah Miracle
Gracie Mitchell
Kimberly Mitchell
Kim Mizar-Stem
Marisha Moore
Debra Murray
Elaine Olzawski
Gale Poindexter
Jon Polcha
Tonya Powell
Nancy Pruitt
Patricia Rees
Dr. James P. and Donna Riemer
Paula Root, MD
Charles Rygiel
Polo Ruiz
Melissa Sanden
Jim Sires
Julie Sloan
Mandy Smith
Dena Stone
Mary Swentowsky
Jill and Robert Thomas
Vicki Town
Brooke Townsend
Dale Tranberg
Bruce Troy
Cynthia Vu
Lisa Wassom
Don Wilber, MD
John Wilkinson
Dr. Rieger Wood
We apologize for any errors
or omissions.
Board of Directors
Ted Haynes, Chairman
Paula Huck, Executive Director
Beverly Binkowski
Dr. Joseph Cunningham
Jeanette Gamba
Linza Jones
Dr. Patricia Knaub
Leslie Paris
Julie Sloan
Dr. Don Wilber
Council of Advisors
Dr. Dianne Gasbarra
Michael Johnson
Laura Kenny
Ron King
Dr. Marc Milsten
Dr. John Phillips
Dr. Gary Raskob
Dr. Jim Riemer
Dr. Gary Trennepohl
Staff
Paula Huck, Executive Director
Brooke Townsend, Manager
Barbara Azar
Ivy Griffey
Kendra Jones
Leslie Knight
Jenny Koetter
Jamie Kucinski
Tina Pyeatt
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