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December 13. 2012 12:12AM

Santa Fund Donor List: Dec. 13, 2012


Members of 27 Highland PSU alumni group Scott Trahan, from left, Andy McDonnell and George Pervanas present a Santa Fund donation to Lt. Miriam Rader of the Salvation Army at the New Hampshire Union Leader on Tuesday. (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)

Organization: 27 Highland Ave, the Alumni Association of the Phi Beta Upsilon fraternity at Plymouth State University.

Donation Amount: $1,250

How funds were raised: Annual golf tournament and other fundraising events.

Reason for Giving: Our charitable mission is to promote community involvement with an emphasis on supporting various Veterans organizations and causes. Due to an excellent fundraising season with our membership we felt it appropriate to make a donation to the Santa Fund in honor of all Veterans and their contributions to our country.

Click here to donate to the Union Leader Santa Fund for the Salvation Army.

From 27 Highland Ave, Inc.: $1,250

Happy Holidays to those in need from the Hill family: $300

In memory of our daughter, Donna Brisson. You are greatly missed but remain in our hearts. Love, Mom & Dad: $25

In loving memory of our parents, Norma Stiles and Earl & Gladys Morrison. With love, John & Gail.: $100

In loving memory of our daughter, Tracy, who is deeply loved and always in our hearts from Frank & Nancy Pelczarski: $100

Anonymous: $10

In loving memory of Tom Ameen from his family: $100

In loving memory of Fred Baroody from Mae and Vicki: $50

Anonymous: $60

In loving memory of Chrisanthe S. Tambouris from Chris & Helen: $250

In memory of Blanche and Edward Radulski: $100

Merry Christmas from the “Min” Valavane family: $100

In memory of Mom & Dad, Irene, Buddy and Jerry from Claire A. Charette: $25

In memory of our loved family and friends: $100

Merry Christmas from Larry & Suki Dwyer: $100

Anonymous: $200

In loving memory of Bill Desrosiers from Sue, Becky and Delaney: $50

In memory of Howard and Genevieve Cunningham from the Collins family: $50

In memory of our loved ones who have crossed over: $35

For those in need: $25

From R.L.S.: $10

Merry Christmas from Pat and Don: $200

In memory of John, Sylvia, William, Mildred and William, Jr..: $100

In memory of Margaret Connarn from “B”, Pat, Mike, Billie and Kaley: $100

In loving memory of my parents, Felix & Pauline Stelmack. Miss you both so much. Love, Cindy: $5

In loving memory of my brother, Paul Stelmack and his wife, Dolores. Dearly loved, sadly missed. Much love from your sister, Cindy: $5

In loving memory of deceased aunts and uncles. Love, Cindy: $5

In loving memory of Ben & Cody, two wonderful Airedale Terriers who are painfully missed. See you both at the Rainbow Bridge. Love, Cindy: $5

In memory of Kathy Fuller from Larry: $25

In memory of our friend, Luke Capistran. Merry Christmas from the Memorial High School Hockey Team: $50

For all the “good” that has come our way this year. Merry Christmas from the Marrinans: $100

In memory of my mother, Mini Rea, from her favorite son, Ron Rea: $50

In loving memory of our beloved parents, Joe & Anne Gladysz and Paul & Margaret Wilmot, who are missed not only over the holidays, but all year long from Rob & Cathie Wilmot: $100

In memory of our parents, Annabelle & John Gott and Madeline & Billy Bernard. Merry Christmas from Willie & Hazel Gott: $100

In memory of Matthew P., forever in our hearts. Love, A.J.: $200

Merry Christmas from the Devines: $100

Anonymous: $100

Donated in memory of Thelma Palmer from United Methodist Women: $100

In thanks for our healthy grandchildren from Grammy & Papa: $50

In loving memory of Paul and Lorraine. We miss you from Mark and Linda: $100

Anonymous: $50

In memory of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Blaze from their children and grandchildren: $100

In memory of Verna McShea Kazanowski from Glenn, Sarah, Olivia and Mary: $100

In memory of Frank, Stanley and Joseph Kazanowski from Glenn and family: $100

In loving memory of deceased members of the Packard family from Verdy Packard: $100

Anonymous: $25

In memory of loved ones from Mr. & Mrs. Walter McCarthy: $50

In loving memory of our Goldens: Elsa, Sasha and Oliver from Mom and Dad: $100

In loving memory of my mother, Therese Hebert and sister, Suzanne Hebert-Imondi. I miss you both from Michele: $100

From Walter: $100

Merry Christmas from Pauline Lampron: $25

In memory of the Chalifour and Fortier families. R.I.P. from Lorette and Herve: $50

In memory of Stan Lencki and Mr. & Mrs. James Jameson: $200

Continuing to give in the tradition of Daniel Pinard from Stan, Sue and Nate Jaworski: $25

Merry Christmas to all the children from friends in Candia: $100

In loving memory of my husband, Ronald Marcoux, and my son, Richard from Ann Marcoux: $50

Merry Christmas!: $100

Today's Total: $5,910

Previous Total: $85,683.65

Total to Date: $91,593.65

How to donate

Santa Fund donations can be made by completing the online form by clicking "Donate" below or send a check to:

THE SANTA FUND
c/o New Hampshire Union Leader
P.O. Box 9555
Manchester, NH 03108

You can also drop off the printed form in our newspaper and a donation in the Santa Fund box at the Union Leader, 100 William Loeb Drive in Manchester from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. We will also have a donation drop box at the Intown Manchester Holiday Market on Thursday, November 29 and every Thursday in December.

Share a holiday greeting

With your donation, the Union Leader will publish a short holiday message in the newspaper. Just write it up exactly as you would have it appear, printing clearly, and mail it along with your donation. If you prefer to donate online, follow the link on the page following the transaction to submit a Christmas message.



For more information, please contact Shannon Sullivan, Union Leader Community Relations Manager, at (603) 206-7833 or ssullivan@unionleader.com

The Union Leader Santa Fund is a community tradition that has supported the Salvation Army for more than 50 years. The Santa Fund was first established at the Post Office Fruit in Manchester after a chance 1959 meeting between the Salvation Army major and the then-editor of the Union Leader.

In its first year, the Santa Fund brought in $1,000 to support the Salvation Armys Christmas effort. Since then, the Santa Fund has raised nearly $6.8 million, thanks to the generosity of the community and local businesses. Santa Fund dollars continue to provide warm clothing, meals and toys during the holidays, as well as support Kids Caf, summer camps and other critical programs throughout the year. Last year's drive brought in over $240,000 thanks to the generosity of local businesses and residents, bringing the lifetime total to nearly $6.8 million.

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