‘‘If our American way of life fails the
child, it fails us all.
–Pearl S. Buck
Looking Back ............................................................................................2
New Beginnings … Happy Endings................................................4
Chairman’s Message ............................................................................6
State Board of Directors ....................................................................7
A Measure of Our Success ..............................................................8
2004-2005 Financial Information................................................10
2004-2005 Donors ............................................................................1
Moving Forward ..................................................................................22
CHS Executive Directors ..................................................................23
CHS Division Map ..............................................................................24
Children’s Home Society of Florida has established a rich legacy of caring for children that spans more than a century.
The organization was founded in Jacksonville in November 1902 at a time when no public welfare or social service
agencies existed in Florida. Recruited as part of a national movement that began in Illinois in 1883, Jacksonville religious
and civic leaders joined the effort to find safe homes and loving families for orphaned children.
At the turn of the century, there was no such thing as a public welfare system to provide financial support or housing for
orphaned children; in fact there were few laws that even protected a child from abuse. Thousands of children were left
homeless when their parents died in farm or industrial accidents, epidemics such as tuberculosis or during childbirth.
Others were abandoned by parents who simply were unable to keep a family together during poverty-stricken times.
Initially, Children’s Home Society met the needs of these children by operating family-style receiving homes, placing
children in foster homes or with adoptive families. Helping these children find loving homes earned CHS great respect.
Building on this strong reputation, the organization expanded to other communities in Florida and evolved to meet
emerging needs of children and families. Growing in size and services also increased Children’s Home Society’s
influence. CHS was instrumental in securing much-needed laws to protect and benefit children in Florida. Assuming
a lead role in the state legislative arena, CHS championed such issues as compulsory education, industrial schools, a
juvenile court system, child labor laws, statutes to protect children from abuse and, eventually, the Florida Department of
Welfare, now Department of Children and Families.
On the national front, Children’s Home Society of Florida was a founding member of Child Welfare League of America,
which began in 1920 and is still the country’s premier advocacy organization for children’s issues.
The expansion of CHS throughout the state began in 1920 with the opening of the Western
Division office in Pensacola and continued through 2000 when Emerald Coast division
began serving Panama City and surrounding communities. There are now a total of 14
divisions and more than 200 locations serving children and families all over the state.
Children’s Home Society of Florida has grown into a multi-service organization that served
more than 139,000 children and family members in 2004-2005. CHS offers home-based
and family-centered services, and prevention and intervention programs. Caring staff
members work closely with teen and first-time mothers, single and struggling parents,
intergenerational and extended families, runaway and throwaway youth, at-risk children,
foster and adoptive parents, abused and neglected children, and developmentally,
emotionally and medically challenged children and their families.
Long the standard-bearer for improvements in the child welfare arena, CHS continues to
seek advancements in practice and professionalism. CHS is currently one of the eight largest
organizations of the 1,400 accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Services to
Children and Families in the United States and Canada, and the largest in Florida. Recently
earning accreditation through 2010, CHS proudly has maintained that status since first
receiving the award in 1982.
Always looking to the future and to better care for children, CHS’ commitment is reflected in
our vision of being a state and national leader in our field. As we continue our second
century of caring, Children’s Home Society of Florida remains unwavering in our efforts to
develop solutions for the children and families we serve.
Children’s Home Society of Florida founded in
Western Division established in Pensacola as CHS’ first
branch location. Gulf Coast Division, serving Tampa Bay
and vicinity, and Rose Keller Division, serving central
parts of the state, created. Jacksonville office renamed
Southeastern Division opened to serve the Miami area.
Central Florida Division established in Orlando.
Mid-Florida Division opened to serve large geographic
area around Ocala and South Coastal Division begins
service in Palm Beach County. North Central and North
Coastal Divisions established in Tallahassee and Daytona,
Intercoastal Division opened to serve Broward County 1968
and areas west. Southwest Division created to serve the burgeoning
Ft. Myers area.
Buckner Division created in Jacksonville.
Northeast Division and Buckner Division merged under
Children’s Home Society of Florida Foundation created
to secure the future for the organization and generations
of children to come. Treasure Coast Division began
service to communities between Indian River and
Okeechobee Counties. Brevard Division carved from
North Coastal Division.
Children’s Home Society of Florida’s corporate office
relocated from Jacksonville to Winter Park. Emerald
Coast Division established in Panama City.
New Beginnings ... Happy Endings
In many ways Kyle Elizabeth Mertins is a typical teen. She loves
to shop, dance, hang out with friends and chat on her cell phone.
The Workman Middle School eighth-grader is involved in many
extracurricular activities – playing the violin, volunteering at her
elementary school, camping in Georgia and Paint Your Heart Out
Pensacola. All of this is tangible evidence of a young person living
childhood to adulthood and becomes responsible for her own deeds,
spiritually, ethically and morally. Kyle prepared for this for many
years, working diligently to learn to read Hebrew, volunteering and
completing a required research project. It was with great pride that
the Mertins watched Kyle stand on the bimah with the rabbi, leading
the Sabbath service and reading beautifully from the Torah.
a full life.
Their pride turned to admiration when Kyle said she wanted to make
What you don’t necessarily see is the depth of her passion and her a donation to the Children’s Home Society from gift money received
giving heart. Kyle’s life has come full circle; she is now giving back from her bat mitzvah. “I have a wonderful family and Children’s
to Children’s Home Society helped make that happen,” Kyle said. “Hopefully, my
Home Society, donation will allow CHS to help other parents find wonderful
the very organi- children, and other children find wonderful parents.”
united her with “The Children’s Home Society has always held a special place in our
her mother and hearts,” explains Robin Mertins. “In 1991, Bill and I adopted Kyle,
father, Bill and with CHS’ help. We both had been active volunteers with the CHS
Robin Mertins. fundraiser, Ports of Call, for many years. When Kyle was only a few
months old, she attended committee meetings with me. To this day,
In January we run into people who served on that same committee who tell
2005, the family Kyle they remember her coming to those meetings.” She continued,
celebrated a “And Bill served on the board of directors and executive board for
major life event many years. He visited Tallahassee many times as part of the
as Kyle was Western Division Legislative Day delegation.”
called to the
Torah at a bat What the Mertins didn’t realize at the time was how their acts of
mitzvah, a rite of passage when a Jewish girl crosses over from giving would influence their child.
Julie proudly provides her nine-year-old daughter, Kelsie, a safe, Recently, Julie and Kelsie moved into a new home. Eventually,
loving, nurturing home. That was not always the case. For Julie plans to go back to college and pursue a degree in social
many years, Kelsie watched her mother struggle as a victim of work. “I want to help women like me, so they won’t make the
domestic violence and a slave to drugs and alcohol. same mistakes I made.”
After many years of sobriety, Julie relapsed and lost custody of
Kelsie and her son, Jarred. Julie abandoned Kelsie at a
domestic violence shelter and was arrested on drug-related
charges. Kelsie and Jarred were placed with relatives. After
her release from jail, Julie participated in an inpatient drug
treatment program. While undergoing treatment, Julie faced
her demons and decided not “to be the victim anymore.” After
successfully completing the program, Julie was reunified with
her youngest child.
With support and encouragement from her CHS case manager,
Julie is in the aftercare program, attends AA/NA meetings four
times a week and volunteers at the Women’s Center. “I want to
break the cycle of abuse and being dependent on drugs and
alcohol, so Kelsie won’t grow up like my other children,” Julie
said. “CHS saved my life. A year and a half ago, I had no
hope. I was a hollow shell.”
During the past year, Adam has learned to trust and be trusted. and commitment has allowed him to excel in the classroom,
For many years, he never felt like he belonged. All he ever during his first semester in school he earned a 4.0 GPA.
wanted was love. When he was seven, Adam and his twin
sister were placed in foster care as their mother struggled with Adam is thankful for the love and support he received from CHS
drug addiction and other problems. For 10 years the twins and is proud to share his story of hope.
endured an unstable life.
Adam faced many challenges along the way, finding himself in
constant trouble with no positive outlook for the future. He lived
with relatives and in several foster homes. Eventually Adam
moved to Brian’s House, a CHS residential home for boys that
promotes a sense of belonging to a “group family.” Fortunately,
he found the love and support he was seeking at Brian’s House.
The attention and caring that Adam received from Arminda
Jones, a supervisor at Brian’s House, gave him the strength he
needed to turn his life around.
Recently, Adam completed his GED and with the support and
encouragement of his CHS family, decided to attend college.
Adam is determined to succeed in school and during his first
semester at Daytona Beach Community College rode his bicycle
10 miles roundtrip to school. He also rode his bicycle to two
full-time jobs, finally saving enough for a car. Adam’s dedication
Janis and Lyle yearned for a child. They had so much love to offer
and longed to be a family. Their growing desire to become parents
led them to CHS.
Like many prospective parents, Janis and Lyle dreamed of adopting a
Janis and Lyle spent their first night as Alyssa’s parents in the hospital
birthing center. “We realized we were a family at the hospital. She
is our daughter and we are her parents. She is truly a joy,” Janis
newborn. They were overjoyed after meeting a birth mother who Lyle describes adoption as “a process filled with uncertainties and
had decided to place her child for adoption. As occasionally questions. But, I can’t imagine life without daddy’s little girl.” Now,
happens, the birth mother had a change of heart. Alyssa has a “forever family.”
The Moselys were coached through this disappointment by their
adoption worker, who prepared them for challenges and delays that
sometimes arise during the adoption process. Nearly two years of
waiting caused Lyle and Janis to wonder if they would ever have a
child to call their own. But they continued to hope and soon learned
of a birth mother who had decided to place her daughter with a
loving family. The Moselys met the young mom and felt an
“When we heard the baby’s heart beat for the first time, we were
overwhelmed with happiness,” says Janis, tearfully. “We were unable
to have a child of our own and realized that it did not matter. We
knew our daughter would be born from our hearts.”
The Moselys are certain that their love and support will enable them
to overcome the challenges of raising a bi-racial child. “We believe
that our love and encouragement will outweigh any prejudice or
biased individuals we may encounter,” says Lyle.
In 2004-2005, Children’s Home Society of Florida experienced Additionally, recognizing the unique opportunity we have to change
another year of service excellence, innovation and sound financial young lives, to improve children’s chances for success in the future,
standing. CHS elected to embark on a new path in child welfare. We saw a
great need for current, research-based data that confirms which
We started the year preparing for and recovering from Hurricanes programs and interventions are most effective for troubled children
Charley, Frances, Ivan and Jeanne. Against odds that many and families. We have begun laying groundwork necessary for CHS
Floridians found debilitating, the CHS team forged ahead, keeping to become an evidence-based organization working in partnership
sheltered children safe and comforted during days and weeks with universities and other national and state partners to improve
without power; searching for foster child welfare practices. This is an initiative we feel will truly make a
children whose caregivers were difference in the lives of the children in Florida and across the nation.
displaced by the storm; and
helping families access basic We closed the year on another note of pride: after a rigorous
necessities such as food, water and year-long process, CHS received another four-year accreditation
shelter. All this despite their own, from Council on Accreditation for Children and Family Services
often devastating, personal losses. (COA). This will bring CHS to 26 years of continuous accreditation.
With a report that noted an unprecedented single point of
I am immensely proud of the clarification, our COA accreditation truly is a testament to the
professionalism demonstrated by hard work of our staff and volunteers.
our staff in the toughest of circumstances, some of which are inherent
in a community-based child welfare system such as we now have in Together, we strive to deliver the highest quality care to children and
Florida. Finally implemented statewide and known as Community families by pursuing our heartfelt mission: Embracing Children.
Based Care, the privatized system has resulted in dramatic growth Inspiring Lives. Thank you for contributing to our success.
for CHS in the challenging field of Dependency Case Management.
This is the oversight and coordination of the comprehensive care of
children in the state dependency system; children who have suffered
abuse, neglect or abandonment. These youngsters deserve the
very best care and most effective services we can bring to bear. David A. Bundy, President/CEO
This year we have continued to dedicate resources to this effort
through advanced staff training, professional recruitment and
Just as we have long been a leader in adoption in Florida, Children’s neglect prevention programs. This brought the total number of
Home Society of Florida is now a statewide leader in solutions for children in care for the month to a heartbreaking 52,105. This
at-risk children and struggling families. While our vision is becoming astounding number demonstrates the dire need for change.
reality, we remain on a quest for hard data that will enable us to
improve the ways in which our society cares for its children. We must secure funding to research and then deliver prevention
programs that will interrupt this steady flow of children into a system
Over the past few years, with that, no matter how good it becomes, cannot replace a healthy
support from individual donors, family setting. We seek proven means of breaking the patterns of
change-oriented funders, and abuse and dysfunction that cripple so many of our children today
the communities we serve, CHS and appreciate your shared dedication to this vision. As we develop
redefined itself to meet the our strategy for the next several years, we will count on your
demands of privatization. Together, continued support to make the kinds of significant changes that will
management and the board keep children safe and give them a real chance for success.
studied the needs of our client
base, reviewed the options for On behalf of my fellow board members and the CHS staff, I extend
affecting change and chose a bold direction. As a result, CHS has heartfelt thanks to you, our partners in this vitally important, indeed
become a leader in systems, in service, in quality and in visioning. life-saving, work.
While our service statistics are impressive – we already serve almost
one-third of the children in the state’s dependency system – the
number of children and families needing our help continues to grow. Edward L. Kelly, Chairman of the Board
In June 2005, 10,385 children entered the system needing foster
care, relative care, group residential care or in-home abuse or
State Board of Directors 2004 - 2005
Edward L. Kelly William D. Preston Richard B. Adams, Jr. Douglas Alexander, II
Dr. Clarice Brantley Benson Charles Frank Gulisano Michele Green
Robert Moser Kathryn “Kitty” Todd Mowl Maureen M. O’Neill
James Ray Marty Rubin Tom Stewart Deborah Theroux
Alex White, M.D.
David Tolces Miguel Viyella Victoria Weber
A Measure of Our Success CHS is responsible for securing a safe, permanent
Adoptions placement for nearly 1/3 of the children in foster
CHS finds “forever families” for children through special needs, care statewide.
traditional and international adoptions. Every effort is made to match
the individual needs of the child to the parenting potential of the
family. At CHS, our primary goal is to ensure that every adoption Permanency, Foster Care and Related Services
gives a child a permanent, loving home for life. Guarding the safety and well-being of children, CHS caseworkers
Children and Adults Receiving Adoption Related Services................6,796 secure safe, appropriate permanent homes for children in the state’s
Finalized Adoptions ..................................................................................................1,131 child welfare system. CHS also recruits, trains, licenses and supports
foster parents and provides temporary out-of-home placement for
Runaway & Homeless Youth children removed from their homes due to abuse, abandonment
Shelter care, counseling and services such as food pantries, or neglect.
clothing closets, and health and personal hygiene products are Children and Parents Served..........................................................................15,502
provided to runaways and homeless youth. CHS offers a nurturing Licensed Homes............................................................................................................594
environment, support system, hope and stability to troubled youth. Days of Care ........................................................................................................193,187
Youth Served ..........................................................................................................20,565
Group/Residential Home Care Emergency Shelter
CHS provides safe residences for children who are not able to live Abused and neglected children find a safe haven through temporary
with their parents, caretakers or in a foster home. Group homes offer shelter and care in a loving environment. CHS focuses on the
more than shelter and food; children become part of a large, lively children’s needs and safety and work with families in seeking safe,
“family” cared for by house parents who listen to their hopes and appropriate permanent homes for the children.
encourage their dreams. Children Served........................................................................................................1,434
Children Served............................................................................................................751 Days of Care ........................................................................................................52,593
Days of Care............................................................................................................81,971
Nearly 1/4 of the children and families we serve Families participate in safe supervised visits that promote reunification
and healthy family connections. Visits are important for a child’s
participate in programs specifically designed to
development and offer the parents opportunities to reconnect with
prevent child abuse and neglect. their child in a homelike setting. CHS staff or trained volunteers
monitor and/or supervise all visits and provide role modeling for
Mentoring positive family interactions.
Pregnant and/or parenting teens and youth who have incarcerated Children and Parents Served ............................................................................3,720
parents are matched with trained volunteer mentors. Adult mentors
regularly spend time with the youth, offer friendship and advice and Independent and Transitional Living
provide the special attention and care needed to help them achieve Older foster teens participate in a formal training
their full potential, effectively solve problems, and grow to become program to develop independent living skills necessary to live on their
successful adults. own. Monitored transitional living arrangements teach these teens
Children Served ..........................................................................................................398 life skills vital to future success and independent growth, such as
Mentor Matches..........................................................................................................156 budgeting, job skills, daily living skills, menu planning and self-support.
Healthy Child Development
CHS provides voluntary, home visiting programs that offer services to
Mental Health and Counseling Services
support families with young children. The goal is to promote positive
Families of children who are emotionally disturbed or who have
parenting skills, child development, child health, and other aspects of
behavioral disorders receive therapeutic support for personal growth
family growth to prevent child abuse and neglect.
and development and intensive support for serious or chronic mental
Children and Parents Served............................................................................6,605
health issues. A CHS team of coordinators, therapists and case
managers provide guidance and specialized training to birth and/or
98 percent of CHS mothers enrolled in the Healthy foster parents, intensive therapy for children or linkage to mental
Families program do not have a subsequent health services.
pregnancy within two years of the target child’s birth Children and Family Members Served ......................................................19,168
– significantly higher than the 80 percent standard.
Home-Based & Family Centered Services
CHS staff provides in-home services designed to reinforce family
Social Development and Prevention Services
values, resolve family conflicts and improve communication between
CHS staff assess needs of children and families, often in neighborhood
family members. Programs seek to strengthen parenting skills and
and school settings, then link them to appropriate programs. Primary
household management, integrate families into the community and
focus is on youth personal and social development, community
create a safe, stable and nurturing home environment. This supportive
resources that promote self-sufficiency and family stability, and/or
assessment process provides tools necessary for parents to cope with
services that strengthen families and educate parents thereby
the daily stress of family life.
decreasing the likelihood of child abuse and neglect.
Children and Parents Served ..........................................................................28,742
Children, Youth and Parents Served ............................................................24,232
Management Team 2004 - 2005
Child Protection Team
CHS Child Protection Teams assist law enforcement and
DCF in the investigation of child abuse and neglect by
providing comprehensive multidisciplinary assessments
of children reportedly abused or neglected. Teams
also provide recommendations for families to attain
appropriate diagnoses and treatment to prevent future
Children Served ........................................................................3772
David A. Bundy James E. Patrick Douglas J. Weinberg
Day Care President/CEO Chief Operating Chief Financial
CHS’ licensed child care centers focus on children with Officer Officer
special medical needs and those whose families have
court hearings. Trained staff and volunteers nurture
children infected or affected by HIV/AIDS and protect
children from inappropriate courtroom experiences.
Centers provide children with a safe environment
and promote self-sufficiency in the parents.
Children and Family Members Served..........................3,960
Days of Care ..............................................................................5,561
Early Steps Kim Brien Shelley Katz Diane DeMark
CHS provides an array of services to families of Vice President of Vice President of Senior Vice President
children from birth to 36 months who have disabilities Operations Operations of Administration
or developmental delays. Designed to enhance the
development of the child while providing the family with
support and hope, the program includes evaluation and
planning, physical and speech therapy, home-based
teaching, vision and hearing services, nursing and
medical services, assistive technology, nutritional
planning, family counseling, and transportation.
Children and Parents Served..............................................3,084
Total Children and Adults Served* ............................139,138 Frank Gonzalez, Esq. John Valleau Liz Bruner
Total Days of Care .......................................................... 333,312 General Counsel Chief Information Vice President of
Officer Development &
*Total Children and Adults Served is conservatively calculated Communication
based upon the assumption that, in addition to the child client,
at least one additional family member is served by placement
and in-home programs.
Generous individuals donate time and talent to assist
CHS in providing quality care and services to Florida
children and families. Our dedicated volunteers rock Jim DeMark Joan Hughes Amanda McGee
babies and help with homework, organize and sup- Vice President of Vice President of Vice President of
port fundraising events, participate in board meetings Quality Management Human Resources Learning Institute
and strategic planning sessions, solicit contributions,
and lobby elected officials for funding and support.
Each volunteer’s contribution is critical to our success
and enables CHS to continue to provide children and
families with hope for tomorrow.
Total Hours ..........................................................................83,637
Total Dollar Value of Volunteer Time ..........$1,484,557* Catie Carmichael
*The estimated dollar value of volunteer time based on
Corporate Director of
figures from privatesector.com.
Financial Information 2004-2005
The strong financial health of Children’s Home Society of Florida is testimony to sound planning and hard work on the
part of board and staff members, and to the generosity and vision of donors and funding organizations.
Dedicated to the highest level of fiscal responsibility, Children’s Home Society of Florida, as stated in our organizational
values, is committed to serving as “diligent, responsible stewards” of financial resources. To ensure this fiscal integrity
and compliance with all accounting standards, the accounting firm of Deloitte & Touche, LLP audits CHS financial
Revenue and Expenses
Service Contracts $ 101,428,798
Program Fees $ 891,885
Other Operating Revenue $ 4,109,993
Total Revenue from Operations $ 106,430,676
Operating Expenses 13,276,608
Deficit from Operations $ (6,845,932)
Contributions and Fundraising (Net) $ 7,584,642
Program Reinvestment Funds $ 738,710
Expenses by Program Type
All amounts in millions.
Adoptions & Foster Care $ 13,907
Case Management $ 22,630
Group Care $ 16,623
Prevention $ 20,143
Behavioral Health $ 13,796
Other Programs $ 5,714
Resource Development $ 4,529
Management & Information $ 18,230
TOTAL Expenses 15,572
The following individuals, organizations, corporations and foundations have given generously to support CHS services and
programs during the fiscal year from July 1, 2004 through June 30, 2005. With your continued annual support, Children’s
Home Society of Florida is able to empower children and families in our communities so they can look to a future filled
with promise, hope and love. Thank you for your ongoing support – you make our work for Florida’s children possible.
Miller Family Foundation
The Ambrose Monell Foundation
Regan Fund (William and Barbara
Nielsen Media Research
and Above The Jim Moran Foundation Mrs. Ruth C. Ruggles Northeast Pensacola Sertoma Club
Alonzo Mourning Charities, Inc. Orlando Magic Youth Foundation, A Scramble For Kids Palm Chevrolet
Mrs. Lois Miner Barrick Fund of the Robert R. McCormick SouthTrust Bank Quail Valley Charities, Inc.
Children’s Building, Inc. Tribune Foundation Walt Disney World Co. Mr. and Mrs. David Quint
Ellis Foundation, Inc. Quantum Foundation, Inc. Wyndham Property Management Mr. and Mrs. Roger R. Raepple
The Francis & Miranda Childress Silver Coffee Committee Eleanor Patterson Reeves Foundation
Smart City Telecom
Countess Henrietta de Hoernle Sun-Sentinel Children’s Fund, A Fund
$10,000 - $14,999 Sonny’s Real Pit Bar-B-Q/Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Lindsey/Coastal
Estate of Annie Langen of the Robert R. McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Adler Southern, Inc.
Michelin Golf Classic, Inc. Tribune Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Admonius Sun-Sentinel/WB39 Children’s Fund
PGA TOUR, Inc. Universal Orlando Ms. Anne Alexander SunTrust
Sovereign Order of St. John, Knights Wachovia Bank The Martin Andersen – Gracia Carl S. Swisher Foundation
Hospitaller, Commandery of the Wings of Hope Foundation Andersen Foundation, Inc. Target Stores
Palm Beaches Mr. and Mrs. Mark Avera Terra-Archiplan
Estate of Samuel & Muirene Wilke
$20,000 - $24,999 Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Bates
The Ounce of Prevention
Fund of Florida
Anonymous (1) Mr. Leslie A. Bowe Mrs. I. Lorraine Thomas
*NSYNC’s Challenge for the Cervera Real Estate, Inc. Turnberry Residential Management, LP
$50,000 - $99,999 Children, Inc. Chip Ganassi/Felix Sabates Racing Mr. and Mrs. William F. VanDomelen
Anonymous (1) Amaturo Foundation, Inc. City of Pembroke Pines Foundation
Children’s Services Council of Cushman Fruit Company, Inc. Community Foundation of Visit Florida
St. Lucie County Darden Restaurants Foundation Greater Lakeland, Inc. .R.,
The Good Family Essian Construction LLC Community Foundation of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfson, III
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Griffiths Peter and Penny Gianelli Tampa Bay, Inc. Young Lawyers Section of the Broward
D.W. McMillan Foundation The Leibowitz and Greenway Family Ms. Cornelia G. Corbett County Bar Association
Orlando Sentinel Family Fund, A Fund Charitable Foundation The Corcoran Group Real Estate
of the Robert R. McCormick Tribune
Publix Super Markets Charities
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Crown
Crystal Springs Preserve, Inc.
$5,000 - $9,999
Southwest Florida Community R & W Enterprises Group, Inc. Mr. Ernesto Davalos Anonymous (2)
Foundation, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Truman, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Dweck 54th St. Medical Plaza, Inc.
Mrs. C. Herman Terry Mr. and Mrs. Miguel Viyella Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fabrikant Mrs. Karen Ableman
Wendy’s International, Inc. Jeffrey and Lisa Vratanina Mr. Henry Fong Accredited Surety & Casualty
The FUNAI Classic at the Walt Disney Company
$25,000 - $49,999 $15,000 - $19,999 World Resort
Alaqua Women’s Club
Mrs. A.W. Avent Anonymous (1) Greenberg Traurig, LLP American Heritage Title Company
George M. Baldwin Foundation Ms. Jennifer G. Altman and Rosen & Quentel, P .A. America’s Capital Partners
Bank of America Foundation Dr. Adam Rubinstein Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Greer ATI-NAPA Golf Tournament
Mr. Richard Bassett and Ms. Christina Bay Point Billfish Tournament Grovener House, LLC Atlantis Physician Group, Inc.
Landshut Foundation, Inc./Mr. and Gulf Coast Medical Center Mr. and Mrs. Martin Axman
BBM Clearing & Grading Mrs. Bill Spann Mr. and Mrs. Stormi Harper Dr. Brad A. Bagwell D.M.D., P .A.
Contractors, Inc. Mr. Ronald L. Book Mr. Rich Heffley and Dr. Odilie Bagwell
The Church of Bethesda-By-The-Sea Clear Channel Tampa Humana Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Bailey, Jr.
Carnival Cruise Lines Community Foundation of Broward Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hutchings Dr. Kyle Balch
Citigroup Foundation Eckerd Family Foundation IHOP/International House of Pancakes The Betty and Leo Balzereit
CMI Mr. and Mrs. David Ertel Jacksonville Greyhound Racing Foundation
Department of Highway Safety and Dr. Steven Hochwald and Ms. James Annenberg La Vea Charitable Bank of America
Motor Vehicles Michele S. Kavanagh Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Gerard J. Barrios
Jessie Ball duPont Fund Indian River Board of County Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Kelly Bernie Little Distributing, Inc.
Estate of Nathan Carson Commissioners The Kugelman Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Bissell
Dame Celia Lipton Farris Jack C. Massey Foundation Lehman Brothers Blank Charitable Foundation, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy B. Gaskin Jacobsen Foundation Mrs. Elsie G. Leviton Bloomingdale's
Lucy Gooding Charitable Dr. Robert E. Jewett Lost Tree Village Charitable The Boeing Company
Foundation Trust Edward A. & Lucille Kimmel Foundation, Inc. Ms. Elizabeth Bonan
Ms. Lauraine Hoensheid Foundation The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown
Joseph and Sherrie Garfield Kiwanis Club of Greater Brandon Martha G. Moore Foundation, Inc. Brumos Porsche
Charitable Foundation, Inc. Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. McAlpin Mr. and Mrs. David A. Bundy
Ms. Laurie H. Kaneb Ms. Donna Parlapiano Medical Care Consortium, Inc. Canterbury School
John S. & James L. Knight Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Z. Carley, Jr.
Mr. Tim Center Coleman Goodemote
Mr. Joseph F. Chapman Construction, Inc.
Citibank International Confrerie’ De La Chaine Des
City National Bank of Florida Rotisseurs/Dr. and Mrs. Merle
Combined Federal Campaign – Stringer
Northeast Florida Southeast Convergys
Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coovert
Mr. and Mrs. Evan J. Contorakes Cornerstone Development Group, Inc.
Coscan Homes CRESA Partners, LLC
Covelli Family Limited Partnership Ronald and Shelli De Roos
Mr. Carl J. Culotta Mr. and Mrs. Francois De Visscher
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o2b Kids Professional Fire Fighters Local 2944 South Broward Wheelers Walter Industries
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. O’Brien Project Linus Southern Strategies Washington Mutual
Ocala Magazine Publix, Cape Coral Southern Wine & Spirits Watson Mortgage Corporation
Odenhrecht Construction, Inc. Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc. Southland Mall Wayne Wiles Flooring Supply
Old Dominion Insurance Company Quail Valley Golf Club Southwood Woman’s Club Mr. Sammy Weeker
Olive Garden Restaurant, Queen’s Harbour Women’s Group Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Spencer Dr. and Mrs. David J. Weiner
Daytona Beach Quilting Angels The Spicy Noodle Seafood, Steaks, Wendy’s
Olive Garden Restaurant, Panama City Quilting Station Pasta, & Pizza Wesley Chapel PPAL “The Vipers”
On The Edge Bar RKC Construction Spinnaker’s Paradise Grill West Florida Regional Medical Center
Operation Caring Thru Sharing Radio Martin Spontane Bistro Moderne Wet ‘N Wild
Orangemen Development & Ragtime Tavern St. Andrews Baptist Church Whalebone Grill
Construction Corporation Ms. Valerie Ramo St. Lucie International Services, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Whitworth
Orion Fitness Ms. Maria Rams St. George Cathderal Williams-Sonoma
Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Renaissance Montessori School St. Mary’s Catholic Church Women of Alaqua
Church Mr. and Mrs. Greg Revels St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church Women’s Way
Outback Steakhouse, Jacksonville Mr. Harris Reynolds Stanford Fiduciary Investor The Woods Group
Outback Steakhouse, Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reynoso Services, Inc. Ms. Teresa Wooten
P3’s Cafe & Custom Catering Richard Childress Racing Stanley Steemer Wyndham Property Management
Paddock Buffet at Ebro Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rickard Sticky Fingers Rib House Xerox Corporation
Greyhound Park Ring Power Corporation Mr. Skip Strauss YMCA of Lee County
Mr. Alfredo Palacios Rinker Materials Success Promotions, Inc. Ms. Mary Young
Palm Casual River City Brewing Company Summer Fun For Kids, Inc./Norman Your Earth
Palmetto Senior High School Mr. and Mrs. John Rivera and Jackie Gerstein Youth Fishing Foundation, Inc.
The Pampered Chef/Rose Street, Robert L. Rogers Engineering Summit Outdoor Advertising, Inc. Ms. Odette Yuhas
Sales Director Company, Inc. Sun Country Sports Center, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Clement Zanzuri
Pan Am Horizons FCU Ms. Shari Rochester The Sun Dog Steak & Seafood Ms. Daniela K. Zapata
Panama City Beach Winery Ronin Advertising Group, LLC SunGard Corbel
Panama City Beach Parrot Head Club Rosalia’s Italian Cafe Sunset Prep School
Panhandle Asian American Coalition Mrs. Sara Rosenberg SunTrust Motorsports Banking
for Political Action Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rosser Suz-Annz Downunder
Panhandle Paintball Mr. Augusto Rossetti Swerdloff & Perry Surveying, Inc.
Ms. Linda Parker Rotary Club of Mandarin Mrs. Ramona Szmurlo
Paul Brent Gallery Rotary Club of Port Orange Mrs. Erika Sztark
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. Payne Roy’s Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Taft
Ms. Karrie Peaden Saint Bernadette’s Catholic Church Talent Media
Ms. Clair Pease Salerno’s/Andiamo Temple Beth Emet
Pensacola Quilters’ Guild Ms. Nicole Sanderson Temple Beth Shalom
Ms. Janessa Perez Sawgrass Country Club Thomas J. Weber, D.M.D. Cosmetic
Mr. Nicolas Perez Scavenger’s Bazaar & Restorative Dentistry
Perfumania, Inc. Dr. Laura Schlessinger Foundation Mrs. Queen Thomas
Ms. Janice Schumacher Thyssen Krupp
SECO Timuquana Country Club
Seco and Golden 100 TLC Furnishings, Inc.
Ms. Rhonda Sellers Tory’s Cafe
Seven Bridges Grille & Brewery Toys Galore
Seventh Day Adventist Church Treasure Coast Builders Association
Duane and Maureen Shackelford Tri-City Electrical Contractors, Inc.
Shane’s Shoes Triad Financial Services, Inc.
Shannon Interiors/Outrageous Bargains Triple T Construction
Ms. Karen S. Shapiro Tubman-King Community Church
Sherlock Tree Trimming Unaxis USA, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shimberg Unipro Group
Modeled after successful Chamber of Commerce and community leadership programs, the purpose of Leadership CHS
is to identify and train staff members as future leaders of the organization. The nine-month program brings together a
diverse group of employees monthly for an educational experience that includes strategic planning, financial management,
contract negotiations, law as related to child welfare, and resource development. The highly interactive curriculum also
provides an overview of CHS’ vast infrastructure and high quality program operations, as well as self-awareness and
leadership development exercises. Participants, who generally arrive with a limited or local perspective of CHS, depart
with an understanding of the larger entity.
In a continuing effort to raise the bar in child welfare services, Children’s Home Society made a strategic decision to
pursue field-based research on programs and interventions in order to determine which are most effective for troubled
children and families. Partnering with funders, universities, national and state entities, CHS will identify data-driven best
practices that can best impact future generations and break the cycle of abuse and neglect.
Tools of Change
Children’s Home Society is committed to ongoing development of innovative tools and training programs that improve the
way CHS and other child welfare organizations care for children. Cutting-edge technology, strategic partnerships and
creative thinking enable our Learning Institute and FIRSTeam to produce software, interactive Web-based trainings,
manuals and guides, classroom training sessions, and other resources that dramatically improve service delivery and
management capabilities. Also under development are materials designed for children in the dependency system to
help ease transition, promote healthy self-esteem and introduce coping skills.
As a team, Children’s Home Society of Florida strives to embrace our mission, vision and values the way we embrace the
children in our care. Values Matter is an initiative developed to integrate CHS’ corporate values into the very fabric of
the organization and the team. A diverse committee of employees works collaboratively to develop various motivational,
communications and recognition tools that are designed to deliver and reinforce the key precepts of CHS. The Values
Matter program encourages all staff members to model these values in their daily work and
lives: Service, Integrity, Innovation, Respect, Diversity and Stewardship.
Stars of Excellence
An internal recognition program, Stars of Excellence celebrates achievement and motivates
staff to reach ever-higher standards set forth by CHS. Each of five stars represents a critical
component necessary for success for both divisional operations and corporate business
functions, which must conduct annual self-assessments utilizing defined criteria for excellence.
As division and corporate business teams plan, achieve and celebrate together, excellence
and esprit de corps flourish.
Brevard Division Buckner Division
Teresa Miles William Shetler
3270 Suntree Blvd., Suite 100 3027 San Diego Rd.
Melbourne, FL 32940 Jacksonville, FL 32207
(321) 752-3170 (904) 493-77 44
Central Florida Division Emerald Coast Division
Andry Sweet William H. “Buster” Coleman
3535 Lawton Rd., Suite 260 700 W. 23rd St., Suite H-100
Orlando, FL 32803 Panama City, FL 32405
(407) 895-5800 (850) 747-541 1
Gulf Coast Division Intercoastal Division
Bill McCarty Rebecca McGuire
8306 Laurel Fair Cir., Suite 160 401 N.E. 4th St.
Tampa, FL 33610 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301
(813) 740-4266 (954) 763-6573
Mid-Florida Division North Central Division
Jennifer Anchors David Overstreet
605 N.E. 1st St. 1801 Miccosukee Commons Dr.
Gainesville, FL 32601 Tallahassee, FL 32308
(352) 334-0955 (850) 921-0772
North Coastal Division South Coastal Division
Christine Davenport Judith Warren
2400 S. Ridgewood Ave., Suite 32 3333 Forest Hill Blvd.
South Daytona, FL 32119 West Palm Beach, FL 33406
(386) 304-7600 (561) 868-4300
Southeastern Division Southwest Division
Jackie Gerstein Roseann Albertario
800 N.W. 15th St. 1940 Maravilla Ave.
Miami, FL 33136 Ft. Myers, FL 33901
(305) 755-6500 (239) 334-0222
Treasure Coast Division Western Division
Lawrence Brooks Cynthia Blacklaw
415 Avenue A, Suite 101 1300 N. Palafox St., Suite 101
Ft. Pierce, FL 34950 Pensacola, FL 32501
(772) 489-5601 (850) 266-2700
Divisions of the Children’s Home Society of Florida
Children’s Home Society of Florida serves children and families from more than 200 locations
throughout the state. The organization’s main corporate and division offices are represented
on this map.
Embracing Children. Inspiring Lives.
We envision Children’s Home Society of Florida as a state and national leader in providing high quality
community-based solutions to meet the needs of individuals, families, and communities.
We are committed to the highest standards of quality in our programs and operations. We promote courtesy
and dedication in our environment and utilize our quality improvement system to meet changing client and
We will maintain loyalty to our Mission and the highest standards of ethical and professional character within
a supportive work environment. We work honorably and justly in all our work and service.
We provide leadership in the development of research-based, solution-driven programs for children and their
families; and encourage creative visionary ideas from our staff, volunteers, and our community.
We will maintain respect for the worth and dignity of all persons with whom we work and serve. We are
committed to teamwork, patience, and congeniality that encourage inclusion from stakeholders and the
people we serve.
We will maintain employment policies and provide services that promote cultural diversity, and capitalize on
the strength of our geographic and programmatic diversity, while pursuing our mission.
We will be diligent, responsible stewards of financial and human resources while maintaining resources to
address the needs of out clients/constituents.
Permit No. 506
1485 South Semoran Boulevard
Building 6, Suite 1448
Winter Park, Florida 32792
RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED
December 31, 2005* – $11,500,779
December 31, 2004 – $10,645,400
December 31, 2003 – $ 7,251,755
Please remember, no matter how we arrive, we all come to CHS from different
backgrounds and varied experiences. We share one common goal to secure a more
promising future for children in jeopardy. It takes Foundation Board
collaboration, cooperation and commitment to
measure the success of our collective efforts. The of Directors 2005
children throughout the state of Florida need our
help, they rely on us to represent and protect
them, seeking and finding solutions to their
The success of our collective efforts is measured by
the healthy development of children in our care.
Anne Alexander James Ferraro
Planning for the future takes vision, inspiration,
leadership, integrity, and dedication. The dynamic combination of staff, board, and
donors, continues to propel our organization into the future.
Our Annual Report provides proof of our collective efforts during the year 2005 – the
great positive impact Children’s Home Society of Florida has had on children and
families throughout the state.
Rich Heffley Edward L. Kelly
On behalf of the Foundation Board of Directors, thank you to all the staff, to the
volunteers, and to the donors.
Ronald L. Book, Chairman
Children’s Home Society of Florida Foundation
Rudy Kranys Fran Lee
President’s Message Member
As the new president of the CHS Foundation, I believe teamwork is the ability to work
together toward a shared vision and the ability to direct individual accomplishment
toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows concerned people to attain
extraordinary results. Simply stated, it is less me
and more we.
I am pleased to be part of the dynamic team Emilio Alonso-Mendoza William Preston
CHS has assembled internally and externally. The Secretary
dedicated staff, tireless volunteers and generous
donors are an unstoppable force and I am looking
forward to embracing CHS’ mission and working
toward inspiring and being inspired by our team.
It takes total commitment from all of us working
together to change the lives of children in need
and give them the opportunity to realize their dreams.
Lorraine Thomas Miguel Viyella
In the coming months I look forward to the opportunity to meet you and discuss the Treasurer
strategy involved to fulfill the Children’s Home Society of Florida Foundation, Inc.
Mission … Embracing Children. Inspiring Lives. Securing Futures.
Bob Giese, President
Children’s Home Society of Florida Foundation Roger Webb
Named Endowments –Tribute Society
The Children’s Home Society of Florida Foundation, Inc. was established in 1990 for the purpose of supporting the needs of CHS through
endowed funds. Gifts of any amount are encouraged and greatly appreciated, and named endowments may be established with a minimum
gift of $10,000. The following named endowments have been established through December 31, 2005.
Alachua County Endowment Fund Dr. Joseph Farrington and Allison KT Challenge Endowment Satterthwait-Edwards Memorial
Thomas R. Andrews Endowment F. Metcalf Endowment Helen M. & Edward W. Lane Child Endowment
Robert F. & Grace A. Bartlett Fisher/Lawton/Miller Endowment Abuse Endowment The George Schoenbacker Memorial
Endowment The Harry W. & Mildred F. Fogg Helen M. & Edward W. Lane, Jr. Fund
John W. Bates & Curtis C. Cook Memorial Endowment .
Elbert B. Shelfer, Jr. & Lucille P Shelfer
Memorial The Shirley W. Francis Endowment Lauderhill Women's Club Medical Memorial
The Bill Bigby Family Endowment Miriam Z. Garcia-Pedrosa Memorial Endowment Judge Bryan Simpson Memorial
Bissell Endowment Timothy B. Gaskin Family & Old Charles A. Lauffer Memorial Endowment Alford C. & Sylvia F. "Tibby" Sinclair
Blaylock Trust Dominion Insurance Company Lewis S. & Frances Childress Lee Endowment
Vivian Locke-Lewis Blue Memorial Endowment Endowment The William Sottile, June Sottile, &
Robert E. Brand Endowment The Grader Fund for Children Dr. Lawrence R. Leviton Memorial Cynthia Sottile Wepsala Endowment
The Josephine H. & Jacob F. Bryan, III Jay Graham Memorial Endowment Endowment Fund
Endowment The Causey & Mabel Green Memorial Fairfax Polk Mitchell Lyerly Memorial Southwest Florida Community Foundation
Thad and Loca Lee Buckner Endowment Eleanor & Ben Hill Griffin, Jr. Endowment Endowment
David A. and Charlene Bundy Endowment James & Jean Lyerly Endowment Electra Spillis Endowment
Endowment The Pat and Jim Griffiths Endowment Mr. & Mrs. John Wilkes McKay James W. Spratt Memorial Endowment
Clarence Mank Camp, II Memorial Greater Miami Foundation Endowment Endowment Dorothy W. Swenson Memorial
Frances P Chalmers Memorial The Candace & Leonard Haberman John J. McLean Endowment Olivia Tawney & Clifford B. Rosa
Julie Griffin Chapman Endowment Endowment Fund Frederick Stuart Metcalf Endowment Memorial
Charity, Incorporated Medical Ned and Frances Gray Hinson Jean W. Meyers Endowment C. Herman and Mary Virginia Terry
Endowment Memorial Endowment Charles and Johnnie Morris Endowment Endowment
Children's Home Society Auxiliary of Nan Page Hoopes Endowment Mark & Ruth Munroe Memorial R. David Thomas Child Advocate of
Central Florida Fund Childress Blodwyn Lane Hossler Fund for Children's Endowment the Year Endowment
Foundation Fund Emergency Services Mutual of America Endowment Wayne Thomas Memorial
The Francis and Miranda Childress IHOP Combined Promotion Endowment National Foundation for Missing and George F. Valassis Endowment
Second Century Endowment Fund International House of Pancakes Medical Abused Children Endowment Paul Vander Velde Research Endowment
William M. Courtney Endowment Fund Endowment Pauline Nichols Endowment Frank & Mary Visconti Endowment
Mr. & Mrs. James A. Cranford Louise Jackson Training Fund North Coastal Division Endowment Michele Vogel Endowment
Endowment Ernest Jenderko Endowment Tim Panuska Memorial The Sarah Moores Walker Endowment
Alan & Christine Curtis Endowment George W. Jenkins Endowment Peacock Foundation, Inc. Permanent Watkins Christian Foundation Endowment
A. D. & Pauline Davis Endowment Elwin S. and Marie H. Jewett Memorial Endowment Fund for Parenting Roger W. Webb Endowment
Tine W. Davis Family-WD Charities, Inc. Endowment Education Howard & Ann Weisz Endowment
Medical Endowment Martha George Jackson Johnson & THE PLAYERS Championship Endowment Wendy's Combined Promotion Endowment
Alfred I. duPont Memorial Betty Laine Jackson Cary Endowment Putnam County Auxiliary Medical Wendy's Fund for Children Endowment
Jessie Ball duPont Medical Endowment William and Ida M. Knabb Endowment Endowment Wendy's Medical Endowment
A. L. Ellis Fund For Homeless Children The Knight Foundation Endowment Rax Combined Promotion Endowment
Ellis Foundation, Inc. Endowment The C. L. C. Kraft Endowment Rax Medical Endowment
Marcus C. Fagg Endowment Rudy A. & Peggy Kraft Endowment John A. & Betty L. Roschman Endowment
The Founders Society – Legacy Circle
The Children’s Home Society of Florida Foundation, Inc. recognizes as esteemed members of the Founder’s Society-Legacy Circle all individuals
who notified CHS from the foundations inception in 1990 through 2005 of an estate plan or deferred gift benefiting our organization. Some of
the following Founder’s Society-Legacy Circle members played a unique role in the development of the Children’s Home Society of Florida
Foundation, Inc., for which they forever will be honored.
Mr. Douglas Alexander, II .
Mr. and Mrs. Russell P Douse Ms. Lisbeth Michael Mr. Robert F. Steinlauf
Mr. Thomas R. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dweck Mrs. Louise E. Milam Mr. Thomas D. Stewart
Mr. Kenneth R. Atkins † Mr. A. L. Ellis † Stephen and Kyle Miller Ms. Adele I. Stone
Mrs. Arthur W. Avent Mr. Michael W. Fisher Mrs. Lucy Fairfax Polk Mitchell † Mr. and Mrs. James S. Taylor
Mrs. Rita Barnett Ms. Sandra L. Foote Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Tew
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Bartlett † Miss Tiffany M. Gragg Mr. William M. Moore Mrs. I. Lorraine Thomas
Mr. Ray F. Basten Ms. Michele M. Greene Mr. Harry Morris, Jr. † Mr.† and Mrs. George Touhy
Mr. J. Scott Baur Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gulisano Mr. and Mrs. John E. Morris, III Mr.† and Mrs. Augustus B. Turnbull
Ms. Doris I. Beedle Mrs. Norma Lawson Hall Mr. Millard J. Noblin Mr. and Mrs. C. Michael Turner
Dr. Karen L. Borchers Mr. Joe C. Hancock Mr. and Mrs. John C. Patten, Jr. Ms. Michele Vogel
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Bott Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hill Ms. Dorothy R. Pearson Mr. Craig B. Ward †
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Brown .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P Howard Mr. Cecil R. Phillips Mr. Roger W. Webb
Mr. and Mrs. Ross R. Brown Mrs. Caroline Johnston Ms. Joan Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Alan Wester
Mr. Christian E. Carlsen Mr. Edward L. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. William D. Preston Mr. Chris E. Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Carson Mr. Jack A. Kirschenbaum .
Mr. and Mrs. Al P Qualls Mrs. Ellie V. Wilson
Mr. Benson Charles Mr. Phillip J. Kolodziej Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Rader Ms. Penny Wilson
Mr. † and Mrs. Philip E. Clemente Ms. Adele Kuhnle Mr. Curtis S. Redden Mrs. Esther Young †
Dr. and Mrs. Berwin A. Cole Mrs. G. F. Lampkin † Ms. Jennifer Rockett Ms. Leota Young-Gillette
Mr. William M. Courtney † Ms. Marie C. McDonald Mr. Max Roth Mr. Stephen S. Zaricki
Mrs. Mary H. Cross Mr. William A. Mertins Ms. Barbara T. Rowell Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Zorn
Mr. Alan Curtis Ms. Allison F. Metcalf Dr. Betty Rowen † Deceased
Mrs. Louise DeTorres Mrs. Jean W. Meyers Mr. Harry Stafford