Goodfellows donations, Dec. 13 -
Published Friday, December 13, 2013 at 1:00 am / Updated at 1:53 am
Goodfellows donations, Dec. 13

Contributions reported today of $9,057.11 boost the 2013 Goodfellows tally to $235,863.27.

Balance forward $226,806.16


In memory of H. Lee Gendler, by Carol Gendler; Bernard Taulborg


In memory of Kevin Michael Stewart, by Tim and Lori Mueller


In memory of L. Carol Skillen, by anonymous


Linda Klaasmeyer, Naples, Fla.; in memory of Charles P. Clancy, by anonymous; in memory of J. Fred Barnes, by Victoria Roche, Bellevue; John Else and Cathy Roller; Kelly Airey


In memory of Thomas A. Jelinek Sr., by Virjean Jelinek


In memory of Betty, Bertha and Ed Jones, by the Jim Jones family


Donna J. Mazzie


Jaccy Wilson; in memory of Desmond Price, by Connie Price; in memory of my beloved Ray, by Sooz


Betty Beach


In memory of Rosie Greiner, by Ed Greiner, Panama, Iowa


Owen and Marilyn Jensen, Mead; in honor of Mike and Candy Connery, by Dad and Mom, Lincoln; Millie and Harold Bernstein; in memory of Esther and David Rice, by Jody and Neal Malashock; Dolores Somer, Papillion; D E M, Bellevue; Deborah and Robert Wigton; in memory of Bob and Arlene Catherwood, by Karen and Sarah Thompson; John and Carol Hoffman


In memory of father, Francis Schmidt, by Jim and Petra Schmidt


In memory of my mother, Wanda Jesske, and siblings, Wolfgang, Ingeborg, Lieselotte, Holdegarde and Hannelore, by Petra and Jim Schmidt


In memory of Dottie Waddell, by John Waddell and Aaron Miller


In thanks for our grandchildren, McKenna, Cameron and Aiden, by G.M. and G.A.


In memory of Dean Dirkson, by Tim and Kathy Bilek; Jean Sharif; Duane Boruff; Jack and Della Lee, Bellevue; in memory of Patty Ann, by V.J. Mason; Robert Schipper


In memory of our parents, by Bob and Alvina O’Keefe; in memory of brothers, Carl and Dick Boyer, by Evelyn Boyer


In honor of John Bicak, by Barbara How


Kendall Bentley, Oakland, Iowa; Eva Peroutka


Algis Praitis; in memory of Charles D. Young, by his family, Filley


Mike Drahota

Today’s total $9,057.11 Total to date $235,863.27

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