The Commerce Journal

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April 10, 2013

Foundation raises funds for Commerce children


COMMERCE — Foundation Champions, those who gave $200 or more, were recognized during the event:

Alliance Bank, Jean Appleton, Marion and JannelleBiggerstaff, Alton and Louise Biggs, Willie and Paula Blow, Earl and Luanne Bourland, Carolyn Burt, Gene and Betty Casselberry, Commerce Economic Development Corporation, Blake and Tammy Cooper, Susan Faires Dacus, Sue Davis, Emmett Day, James and Toni Deaton, Roger and Margaret Denton, Mack and Patti Doster, Danny and Janet Duncan, June Dunn, Charles and Paula Elliott, Bill and Ruth Ferris, Bill and Sophia Fuhrmeister, Guaranty Bond Bank, Mary and John Hardy, Ernest Hawkins, Gary and Mary Hendrix, Hydro Alumnium, Dorothy Ingram, Dr. Dan and Jalinna Jones, Jerry and Theta Keeble, Jack and Pat Kelly, Glen and Mary Kibler, Loretta Kibler, Mike and Trish King, Kiwanis Club, Dick and Brenda Latson, Lions Club, Wallace and Martha Sue Lowery, Stephen and Sherry Maysonave, Frances Miller, Gilbert and Tammy Naizer, Carr and Donna Newkirk, Bob H and Dianne O’Neal, Nina Parks, Janet Peek, Jack and Beverly Pirkey, Lonnie and James Plunkett, Jim and Claire Reynolds, Chester and Julia Robinson, Al and Glenda Shipp, Charlie and Sharon Smith, Joe and Donna Spinato, Jim and Anne Stahl, Glenn and Diane Stegall, Jim and Donna Tavener, Texas A&M University –Commerce, Wes and Dian Underwood, Randy VanDeven, John and Renee Walker, Ruth Ann White, Wyman and Harriet Williams, Paul and Sheryl Zelhart.

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