Goodfellows donations, Dec. 20 - Omaha.com
Published Friday, December 20, 2013 at 1:00 am / Updated at 10:26 pm
Goodfellows donations, Dec. 20

Contributions reported today of $15,178 boost the 2013 Goodfellows tally to $334,301.05.

Balance forward $319,123.05

$5,000

In memory of Donald R. Torpy, Mark J. Torpy, Neta J. Jensen and Gordon R. Hauptman

$1,500

In memory of Paul Circo, by anonymous

$1,250

Dennis and Janis Connealy, Tekamah

$1,000

Calling All Cars

$500

Danielson Inc.; Kris and Brenda Sime; Elizabeth Schultz

$488

In memory of Jake Ita, by the Zoz family, Alvo

$350

Larry Woods, Papillion

$255

In memory of Ken Kitchen, by Joshua Kitchen

$250

Timothy Kelley; in memory of David N. Hill, by Cynthia Hill, Bellevue; Gary and Peg; Phyllis Anderson, Bellevue

$245

In memory of parents Julia and Jack Bures, sister Betty Bures, sister and brother-in-law Mary Alice and Vince Hoefer, brother-in-law Jerry Mikes, and husband Alroy (Chic) Douglas, by Mrs. Jacqueline Douglas

$200

In memory of Sens. Harold and Margaret Moylan, and Bill and Mary Fitzgerald, by Jim and Lila Moylan; Kevin Adams; in memory of Jim Hannibal, by Jean Hannibal

$150

In memory of our parents and grandparents, Lowell and Jean Lape, by Cheryl Lape, Ron and Dorothina Lape, four grandkids and four great-grandkids; John and Dixie Bednar

$115

In memory of Christine Bunsen, by Dale Bunsen and family

$110

In honor of seven grandsons, by anonymous, Papillion

$100

In memory of our grandparents, Charles and Winifred Russell, and our aunt, Mildred Russell, by Ruth Ann Ingold and Rusty Addleman, Oberlin, Kan.; Harvey and Maureen Vogt, Unadilla; from the Wallenburg grandchildren, Andrew, Tyler, Johnna, Jordyn, Julie and little Nova, Gretna; Georgann and Leon Komar; Larry and Michelle Robinson, Bellevue; in memory of our parents, Edson Kincaid and Carol Thomas, by Tony and Lauren; in memory of Otto and Rosemary Rubin, by Paul and Jeanne Rubin, Bellevue; Mike and Jann Harrington; in memory of Brenda Hinsley, by Nancy and Jerry Murphy

$75

In honor of John and Peg Conley

$50

Anonymous, Council Bluffs; Jeannine Foust; Larry F. Johnson; in memory of our parents, by William and Mary Hahn; in memory of husband John, by Doris Hancock, Papillion

$40

Anonymous

$25

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spangler, Manilla, Iowa; in memory of my forever friend, Barbara Guhl, by Mrs. Jacqueline Douglas; in memory of Leah Moore, by Tyler Moore, Bellevue; Mike Reilly

$20

In memory of Shirley M. Lee, by Connie Lee; Judy Blasig, Murray; in memory of husband Bob and mother Doris Hayden, by Gwen Polivka

$18

In memory of Dr. Ira Priluck, by Nancy Hewson

$17

In memory of Robert Agee and Beverly Greene, by family

$5

Anonymous, Papillion

Today’s total $15,178.00 Total to date $334,301.05

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