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Panama Canal Museum Review

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Title: Panama Canal Museum Review
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Language: English
Creator: Panama Canal Museum
Publisher: Panama Canal Museum
Place of Publication: Seminole, Fla.
Publication Date: 2005

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Subjects / Keywords: Panama Canal Museum (Seminole, Fla.) -- Records and correspondence.
Panama Canal (Panama) -- History.
Canal Zone -- History.
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Funding: Panama Canal Museum

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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00095849/00011

Material Information

Title: Panama Canal Museum Review
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Panama Canal Museum
Publisher: Panama Canal Museum
Place of Publication: Seminole, Fla.
Publication Date: 2005

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords: Panama Canal Museum (Seminole, Fla.) -- Records and correspondence.
Panama Canal (Panama) -- History.
Canal Zone -- History.
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )

Notes

Funding: Panama Canal Museum

Record Information

Source Institution: Panama Canal Museum
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 660020455
System ID: UF00095849:00011


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Two good-sized vehicles were not enough to transport the Dick Bjorneby library to the museum when several museum board members visited Pat Bjorneby in Estero, Florida, last year for the first time. And so in February this year, trustees Bob Karrer Paul Glassburn and Kathy Egolf visited Pat once again and returned to the museum with another vehicle packed tightly with gems from the Bjorneby collection. The books brought back this time included many favorites of Panama Canal book collectors. Among the books are Construction of the Panama Canal (by Sibert and Stevens), Goethals and the Panama Canal (by Howard Melvin Fast), Five Years at Panama (by Wolford Nelson), Panama Canal and Its Makers (by Vaughn Cornish), a Society of the Chagres Yearbook, Red, White and Blue Paradise (by Herbert and Mary Knapp) . . It hurts to cut off the list of these very exciting books-some treasured by most Panama Canal aficianados and others known and appreciated by only the most serious Panama Canal book collector. The value of the Panama Canal Museum library constantly grows as more and more individuals and companies learn of the museum and turn to it for answers to their Panama Canal research needs. Most recently the museum supplied a company in Canada with materials for another textbook in production. This donation of the Bjorneby collection comes at a most opportune time to help supply information and materials to these Panama Canal researchers. Now we are faced with the challenge of retrieving information from this wealth of sources, some of which have each page filled with valuable information that may be useful to a certain inquirer. Jason Ohman is working on a proposal to begin digitizing the collection so that our search capabilities will be greatly improved. The hope is to obtain grants that will enable us to have the Isthmian Canal Commission Canal Records and the Panama Canal Company/Commission Reviews digitized. This will enable us to seek out a name and find where BJORNEBY COLLECTION MONUMENTAL MAY 2005 VOLUME 5 ISSUE 1 Affiliations American Association of Museums American Association for State and Local History Canal Zone Study Group Florida Association of Museums Isthmian Collectors Club Leave a Legacy Program Panama National Institute for Culture Panama Canal Society, Inc. Sociedad de Amigos del Museo Afro Antilleano de Panama St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce THE PANAMA CANAL MUSEUM all the references to that person are in these sources. What a gigantic amount of information that will put at our finger tips! In addition to books. the Bjorneby donation included the top of a chafing dish from the Hotel Washington, a General Electric Towing Locomotive plaque, a Panama Railroad lamp, Panama Railroad passes, milk cartons Panama Canal Commission seals, patches, flags, milk cartons, and art prints. The museum's Board of Trustees is very grateful to people like the Bjornebys and Jason who are giving so much in so many ways to the museum. Their support strengthens the museum on an ongoing basis. Trustees Bob Karrer and Paul Glassburn are shown with Pat Bjormeby on the last trip to transport the huge Panama Canal hisotical collection Pat, and husb and, Dick, spent years building and are now sharing with future generations.

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Page 2 The Panama Canal Museum Review Upon his retirement, he was awarded by Governor Fleming the Master Key to the Locks in the rank of Honorary Lock Master.Ž Halsall is probably the oldest living former employee of the Panama Canal at 104 years young.Ž He is in excellent health and is still going strong. At his last birthday party he said, with a twinkle in his eye, Had I known I would have lived so long, I would have taken better care of myself!Ž He has very good recollections of his time with the Canal and tells a story about his early years on the Police Force: As a fairly new cop, I and another rookie patrolling in the old Corral Area in Ancon came across a dead horse. In trying to write up the report, we found that neither of us could spell the name of the street Bougainvillea where the horse was found. So we decided to drag the horse to another street with a shorter name so we could complete the report!Ž As a Centenarian, he still drives his own car, occasionally rides a bicycle and, once in a while, might be seen on a date. His son, Jerry Halsall (BHS 52), tells his father that its ok to date, but says, Dad, be sure to stay away from those older women!Ž Mr. Edward Hamilton Halsall who proudly celebrated his 104th birthday on March 28, 2005, has the distinction of being the museums oldest member. Born in 1901 in Stamford, Connecticut, Halsall served 8 years in the US Army before joining the Panama Canal workforce in 1928 as a Canal Zone Policeman. During WWII, he served as Head Warden in the townsite of Cocoli until 1943, when he transferred from the Police Division to the Quartermaster Division. In 1952, he was appointed as the first Chief, Locks Security Branch, where he developed and organized this branch, which later became the Canal Protection Division. He served 10 years in that position and retired from the Panama Canal in 1963 with a total of 42 years US Government Service, nearly 35 of which was with the Panama Canal. MUSEUM COOKBOOK PROJECT Opening the Gates to Canal Cuisine, a cookbook published by the museum, written by volunteers, with recipes donated by "Zonians" and friends of the museum. It is a recipe book guaranteed to evoke immediate responses to your me mories and all five senses. It is easy to picture oneself in the clubhouses feeling catsup being pumped into holes of a flaky empanada; hearing the soda truck drivers calling as they drive thru the townsites "coke cola", seeing mango trees laden with delicious ripen fruit waiting to be picked; ah, smelling fresh baked Micha Bread and tasting the wonderful tree ripened fruit of bananas, Boquete oranges and papayas. What a unique world! The cookbook contains a dedication to the construction workers, tributes/advertisements, some history of food in Panama and the Canal Zone, beautiful artwork by Jerry Fields and 450 recipes spanning from the Construction Days to the present. The cookbook has recipes such as Liberty Loaf with McAdoo Sauce (Construction Days), Johnny Mazzetti, After Dinner Drinks, Mashed Potato Candy (used during WWII) and many, many favorites. It will be available the first time at the Reunion. Please make plans to purchase the cookbook then or you may reserve a copy by sending a check for $22 plus shipping (and 7% sales tax for Florida residents) to the Panama Canal Museum. The price of the cookbook will increase to $25 after the reunion. MEET MUSEUM’S OLDEST MEMBER Ed Halsall is shown with his granddaughter,Jenny, and his son, Jerry, and his daughter-in-law, Sharen.

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Page 3 The Panama Canal Museum Review The museum will be an attraction at the Panama Canal Society reunion for the seventh year. One of the two special exhibits will honor the 150th Anniversary of the completion of the Panama Railroad, the first transcontinental railroad in the Western Hemisphere. The exhibit will feature photographs and artifacts beginning in 1850 and continuing up to the new Panama Canal Railway Company now traversing the Isthmus of Panama. In addition, historical displays of railroad functions over history; namely, the Panama Railroad Ships (Ancon, Cristobal, Panama) as well as the hotels Washington and Tivoli will be displayed. The exhibit ties in with the Annual Luncheon speaker, and the annual 2005 museum calendar and the 2005 Christmas ornament, both of which will be available at the Museum Vendor Table. As mentioned elsewhere in this issue, the museum is bringing its new Mola Exhibit to the Museum Exhibit Room at the reunion. The Museum will also have its very popular Silent Auction. Each year the Silent Auction draws in many to bid on the unique Panama Canal items donated for this fund raising effort. The museum is going to sponsor two new initiatives at the reunion; the recording of oral histories will be conducted by Richard Morgan and Jim DesLondes who will show slide presentations developed for Panama Canal Cruises. The Balboa High School Bust of Vasco Nunez de Balboa will be on display again to allow many more BHS grads to get their photographs which has been the rage in past reunions. Roosevelt Medal Recipient Certificates will be available again. Over 640 of these certificates have been issued to descendents of Roosevelt Medal Holders. For the sixth year, the museum will have its expanded table in the Vendors Room. The full stock from the Museums Gift Store will be available. This includes a large variety of Panama and Panama Canal related items, with the newest items being a fourth in the series of commemorative Chritmas ornaments, which this year features the Panama Railroad; the new Panama Canal Museum Cookbook, bottle caddies with the museums mola logo, new Tervis Tumblers and the wide selection of books and publications. The museum is working on a surprise feature this year that should prove a popular attraction for all. REUNION EXHIBIT FEATURES PANAMA RAILROAD Bits from the Board of Trustees New OfficersAt the April 29 Board of Trustees meeting, a new slate of officers was elected upon the conclusion of the previous terms of office. The new officers are: Joe Wood President Pat Steiner Kearns Vice President Kathy Egolf Executive Vice President The board named Chuck Hummer President Emeritus. Gerry DeTore was named to chair the Buildings and Facilities Committee, and his main focus is to lead the building search initiative as the present lease in Seminole expires in 2006. Trustees Lesley Hendricks and Barbara Green submitted their resignations from the board. Lesley will continue to be the lead in responding to inquiries to the museum and the Store Committee. Young Members Filling the Gap A wave of new young volunteers has come forward to assist the museum on the board and on major projects. J. Patrick Coffey is the newest trustee named to the board, where his expertise in Information Technology will be a major skill set addition to the museum. Patrick joins, Joey Zornes who has upgraded the museum website and contributed to the design of the new cookbook. Zornes was appointed chair of a new Marketing and Public Communications Committee. Others coming forward are Shawn Rupp whose company, Prudential Real Estate, has been named exclusive agent in the search for new property and Rob Thrift who has volunteered to develop a Wills and Bequests Program for the museum and made a presentation to the board. Jason Ohman is heading up an ambitious project to develop a proposal to digitize some of the rarer publications in the museum collection, such as the Canal Records and Canal Reviews. Outreach Effort Underway (Continued on page 4)

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Page 4 The Panama Canal Museum Review Members of the Board of Trustees met with Rich Wainio the new Port Director for the Port of Tampa to investigate possible collaborative efforts. Dr. Karen White Dean of the USF St. Petersburg Campus and her assistant Dr. Mark Durand visited the museum for a tour and discussions on possible collaborative opportunities with USF, such as internships and other educational initiatives. Museum Trustees John Carlson and Chris Skeie are busy representing the museum in Panama. Volunteer Karen Saum and the two trustees met with representatives of the Friends of the Afro Antillean Museum of Panama to (Continued from page 3) develop a collaborative grant program and a membership reciprocity arrangement with their museum. Other efforts in Panama include a collaborative exhibit for the City of Colon, and another with the Panamanian National Institute of Culture, the Panama Canal Railway Company and the Panama Canal Authority. The museum continues to respond to research requests with 30 requests received in 2005 and there were 10 offsite presentations by the museum. The three museum representatives joined President Chuck Hummer at a formal honors presentation by Panama Mayor Juan Carlos Navarro to Hummer and the Message from the President Emeritus As I prepare this message, I find myself continually amazed at the dedication, loyalty and hard work of our museums volunteers. At this writing, these remarkable folks have just completed putting the finishing touches on a very exciting Mola Exhibit and hosted a Grand Opening of the exhibit at the museum on April 29. While one group was creating the Mola exhibit, other dedicated volunteers were gathering memorabilia, artifacts and other historically significant items to begin assembling our main An nual Reunion exhibit, with this years theme being, The 150th Anniversary of the Panama Railroad, 1855-2005." In addition to the diligent work of these individuals in preparing our exhibits, other of our steady volunteers were involved in creating a brand new cookbook filled with recipes from Panama and the Canal Zone. Many hands went into the design, artwork, researching the historical references, gathering the recipes and printing this de lightful publication. The end result is a unique perspective o f life in Panama and the Canal Zone as viewed through the recipes of those who enjoyed them. So, as we have seen over the past six years of our existence, a tremendous amount of effort by some rather extraordinary people have kept the museum going and continually growing. The common thread among all of these committed volunteers is the desire to continue to preserve their heritage and the history of the American Era of the Panama Canal. There are so many ways i n which each of you could be a part of this enterprise. Of course, we always appreciate your donations, but if you have a special skill, an idea for a new product for our gift store, a talent for building exhibits, or other creative talents, we welcome you to join this effort. I guarantee that you, too, will be amazed by the wonderful camaraderie and fellowship that exists within this special g roup of people. This will mark the end of my term as president of the museum. I cannot tell you how much I appreciate the team that comprise your board of trustees. In particular, Kathy Egolf, who spends almost full time on museum business, Paul Glassburn is not only our treasurer, but he has taken over many of the duties of the Collections Committee as Buddy Morgan went back to full time teaching. Finally, Joe Wood bears special mention for his farsightedness in helping to found the museum and his commitment ever since in keeping the museum alive and growing. As my health declined, Joe took over most of the duties of president over the past year, letting me do as much as I could, but insuring that the museum had the leadership it required. I am so pleased to see more younger trustees join the board and cont ribute some fresh ideas and technological and marketing skills. I continue to ask each of you to recruit new members for our museum, and help us carry it into larger more accessible quarters when our current lease expires in 2006. Chuck Hummer museum for their work in preserving the history of both communities. 2006 Cruise Kathy Egolf announced that the museum will again sponsor a cruise. The successful cruises in 2004 and 2005, have confirmed that cruises are a popular and effective fund raiser for the museum. On the basis of questionnaires from previous cruises, the June 2006 cruise will be an Alaskan Cruise. Schedules and pricing will be available at the reunion and are included in the package of this issue of the Review.

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Page 5 The Panama Canal Museum Review Joe was born in Panama and lived most of his life in that country. He attended Canal Zone Schools and graduated from Balboa High School in 1955. After two years at the Canal Zone Junior College, he transfe rred to the University of Florida where he received a degree in Business Administration in 1959 and became a lifelong “Florida Gator.” After a year of graduate school at UF and a tour of duty in the US Army, he returned to the Canal Zone to begin a successful career with the Panama Canal Company that would last 33 years. Joe says, “There is no way to describe how lucky I was to have worked for the Canal organization. My bosses were all great, as were the benefits, working conditions and life in the Canal Zone generally. I languished in a mid-level position until 1971 when my terrific and dynamic wife, Bev Bowman (BHS ‘61) came into my life. With her love and support I was able to advance through th e organization, where I wound up my career as a member of the Canal’s Senior Manageme nt team as Director, Office of Executive Administration. The US-Panama Treaties be ginning in 1979 provided for a 20-year transition period prior to the transfer of the Canal to Panama. During that time, all of us who lived there experienced some extraordin arily difficult challenges, including civil disturbances, nationwide strikes, Noriega and the US invasion in 1989. After the invasion I was appointed to serve as the Canal’s Deputy Administrator for Administration for nine months while awaiting the appointment by the US President of a permanent Admi nistrator and Deputy Administrator.” Upon his retirement from the Panama Canal Commission in 1993, Joe and his family moved to Tallahassee, Florida, which, he says, “is a terrific town and we feel very much at home with ma ny friends, both old and new, living in the area. It was from h ere that I answered Chuck Hummer’s invitation in 1998 to become one of the founders of the Panama Canal Museum. With former Balboa High School Classmates, Bob Zumbado, Paul Glassburn, Reggie Hayden, Pat (Steiner) Kearns, Mari e (Wright) Gibson, Chuck and I on the museum’s Board of Trustees, the Class of 1955 is well re presented and, along with other super volunteers of all ages, we have achieved a modicum of success toward preserving the great tradi tion and history of our lives in the Canal Zone and Panama. I fe el truly blessed to be involved with so many dedicated and hard working individuals in such a satisfying and rewarding project.” Board Profile—Joseph J. “Joe” Wood, President MOLAS AND THE AMERICAN ERA IN PANAMA Cheryl Russell and the museum staff have organized a special exhibit featuring the ubiquitous Kuna Indian molas and the effect of the American Era on these unique local craft items. The exhibit was opened at the museum on April 29th as a special feature. Many of the molas were loaned to the museum for this exhibit from numerous former Zonians. The exhibit has proved so successful that it is being brought to the annual Panama Canal Reunion in addition to the railroad exhibit. During the time the mola exhibit is showing at the museum, the museum has molas for sale, the proceeds from which will go to the Kuna Education Fund set up by Dr. and Jane Gruver The Gruvers provided the molas to augment the exhibit and give a special emphasis to the educational fund. They are famous for their work with the Kunas for many years. More than a dozen young Kunas have received scholarships to US universities from this fund.

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SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $1,500—$1,599 Page 6 The Panama Canal Museum Review Donald D. Adams John M. Allensworth Jeanette Altman Donna H. Amick Pauline A. Arnold Rosemarie Ashton Julie J. Baglien Melanie Trim Bales Christa E. Benard Jo (Scott) Bernard Frank Berry Patricia Rogers Bisgrove Ruby Miriam Bissett Patricia Bjorneby Mary Bolton Audrey Benoit Bowman Betty O. Boyer Bill Browder Phyllis Skeels Brown Merrill R. Brown Shirley Bruce Susan & Jim Burk Lori Campbell Clearwater Campus Library Nedra Carlson Joan Anderson Carlson Stephen, Tina Johann, & Evan Cartotto Dale C. Clarke Jim & Karen Clary David M. Colclasure Robert & Maureen Copeskey John B. & Joan V. Corliss Richard & Lynn Cunningham Maria Dolly Currie David & Stacey Dahlstrom Margaret Elmore Dansie Clifton L. Day, Jr. Joan Ridge DeGrummond Gerry DeTore Florence Dempsey Dan & Mary DesLondes Jim & Clover Shobe Duffus Bill & Betty Dunning Clare Dyer COL (Ret) & Mrs. Edward & Andra English Joel C. Esslinger Mary Esslinger Murray and Candy Falk Prentice Family Guy & Mary Linda (Wells) Fealey Sarah G. Finkelstein Mary (Sherry) Ford Charles E. French Kathleen F. French Gilbert L. Fritts, Sr. Alvin L. Gallin, USN Clara E. Gath Richard Gayer John & Velma Geisinger Luke Givens Suzanne Schmidt Goldstein Liz Simons Grafe William R. & Susanne K. Graham Beverly A. Gramlich William H. Grant, Jr. T. Richard & Diana Grimison Philip A. Hale Penny L. Hall Mary Ann Hughens Hallett Mary Jane Woodruff Hamlyn John D & Vera L Hanna Jerry and Betty Harrell Robin E. Harrison-Baker Arthur S. Harry William J. Hatchett Richard & Ruth Hern James Hicks Jack & Marian Hilliard Helen Holland Willard & Kathleen Huffman James E. & Joan A. Huffman William R. & Dorothy E.Hunter Patrick B. Hutchings, Jr. Gary & Judy (Beeby) Inman Dixie Stoudnor Jeavons Kristi Amick Johnson Charles E. Johnston Robert J. Karrer, Jr. Paul & Margaret Karst William H. Keenan Carol A. Kelly Barbara Whitman Lancaster Raymond N. Larson Mary V. Larson Aurora F. LeBrun Bea Lee David J. Leeds Margaret Leigh Bob Redfield & Carolyn Merry BSA, Explorer Post 21 Balboa, Canal Zone William E. LeBrun Grover Matheney Robert & Colleen Mate Olive L. Unruh Steve & Mary Vaughn Robert J. Roy, Sr. John K. Brayton Alan R. Ford PACIFIC ANCHORAGE THIRD TRANSIT (SUSTAINING DONOR) $3,000—$3,099 Curtis Fitzgerald FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $24—$99 As of 4/15/05

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Page 7 The Panama Canal Museum Review Janet G. Len-Rios Elaine Vestal Lewis Lynn Raymond Lewis Susan Knapp Light Carole Lightell Gloria Sigl Maisano Carly Marczak Diane McKenna Marsh Norma (Stillwell) Martin Peggy Flynn Mattey John Mayles William J. McConaughey Don & Karen McCullough Edward & Jill McGrath Jon P. McGraw Bob & Kathy (Malin) McInturff Barry F. McLaughlin Sis Paige Medinger Joseph Meehan & Annabelle Lee Grills Gus & Nelly Mellander Malena Bremer Merriam John Metivier Margery A. Connard Meyer James W. & Sofia M. Meyer Carole Walker Miller Florence Ann Barbour Moore John & Marie Morris Diane Vestal Morris Kenneth L. Morris, Jr. William & Jean Muller John W. Muller Agnes Mulroy Glenn Murphy Don & Dorles Musselman Hilda Nies Hedy Kellman Page Rev. Clarence C. Payne Arthur C. Perry (USMC Ret.) Ernie Peugnet Donna Daniel Pierce Gloria Dahlstrom Potocek Sheila Randolph Price Lynn Pridgen Mary Lou Clegg, Genealogy Periodicals Mary Rebhan Michael and Christine (Cartotto) Ressa Beatrice M. Rhyne Martha Eunice Richard Jeffrey J. Riley James W. Riley, Sr. Capt. Hal Robinson Archie Rodaniche Burton & Carolyn Rodman Ned Rose John N. & Wanda I. Rourke Mary Lynne Rowe Sam & Beverly Rowley Jayne A. Samson Karen Saum Gerard K. Schear James N. Scheibeler John C. Schmidt, Jr. John E. Schmidt, Jr. Ben & Florence Schoenleber Stephen E. Sears Leo, Grace & Karen Shadeck Rogelio A. Shan Jeanne Shoemaker Gilbert M. & Pauline "Sue" Pincus Smith Larry D. Solien Herbert S. Soltman James B. Stevens John T. Stevens Philip Stewart Freda F. Stohrer Frances E. Summerford Carl L. Swenson Clarence (Chick) E. Sykes Kathryn Argo Taylor Howard T. Tettenburn Mary Alice Thomas Judean "Judy" Thompson William Thrift Jess & Gail Totten Helen L. Trotman Lillian M. Vogel-Suter Lisa Weber Carroll Adams Werling Michael Wiggins Richard A. Williams Beth Baglien Williams Arline Schmidt Winerman Mackin Withers Craig & Heather Wood Brian & Karina Wood Wayne & Katherine Worthington Elizabeth L. Yerxa Jean E. Young Joey Zornes PACIFIC ANCHORAGE (Continued) AMADOR CAUSEWAY NINETEENTH TRANSIT (ROOSEVELT CIRCLE) $27,100$27,199 Leo Krziza SEVENTH TRANSIT (SUSTAINING FELLOW) $9,100$9,199 James P. MacLaren SIXTH TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING FELLOW) $7,600$7,699 Lucille Abernathy

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Page 8 The Panama Canal Museum Review Bonnie J. Abellera Barry & Jackie Abels Harry Akers, Jr. Gertrude Foreman Alexander American Mechanical Dredge, Inc E. W. & Mary E. (Howard) Ames Frank Anderson, Jr. Valerie Coyle Anderson Gary S. Anderson Lori Anthony Bob Armitage William E. Arnold, Jr. Matthew & Katie Baas John & Jean Baker Frank A. Baldwin Marvin R. Banton Bill & Lynn Barber Louis J. Barbier Larry Barkema Virginia Bartels Bob & Mitzi (Siegel) Beers Neil Belland Carl N. Berg I. Robert Berger Bedford H. & Marcia B. Berrey, M.D. David & Diana Bishop Betty J. Blanchette Sheila A. Gilbert Bolke Captain Justin J. Bonanno James & Julia Boukalis Robert & Vicki Boukalis Arleen Randall Bowers Robert & Mary Jill Bowman Judy Boyle Richard Brady Gerald P. Brennan Thomas A. Brennan Andrew D. Brewer Helen Anderson Brown Pamela A. Brown Bertha B. Brown Dianne Brown Dean & Lucienne Bruch John H. & Eleanor Burkholder Jean & Doris Burns W. R. "Bob" Byrd Mario E. & Melinda Calleja Jack Campbell Ellen P. Castles Enrique Chaves Richard Cheville Marie Susanne (Sue) Sartain Clark Donald & Patricia Clark Balboa High School Class of 1948 Cristobal High School Class of 1968 Roberta J. Gabel Lisa Gagliano Cathy Gagliano Donald P. Garrido Kenneth E. Goldsberry, Jr. Richard Gonzalez Eddie B. & Catherine Goodrich Clara Gorin Jeremiah & Rosalind Gorin Rita Goulet Richard & Beverly Grassy Barbara Green Arlene E. Greene Lavinia Greene Rick, Lynn & Alessandra Gritt Eric Gunn Vincent & Pam (Maedl) Gutowski Thomas M. Hale Patricia Howard Hall Edward H. Halsall Robert B. Hamilton Peggy Ann Hansen Terrie Strey Harmon Louis C. Hasemann Robert Hassler Carol Heintz Frances Hennessey Walter & Sandra Zumbado Herbert Beatrice Hibler Geoff Hibner Mildred M. Hickey Leslie & Annette Highley Virginia Hirons L. Harrell Hixon Marianne Fi eld Hockin Mary Abele Hollenstine C. William Homa John M. Hood Larry & Mary Ellen (Stacy) Horine Gordon & Joan Hoyt Jim Hunt Harris Hurst George T. Husum Margaret S. Hutchison Betty Crooks Ingram Jerry G. Irwin Richard L & Barbara Schnake Jeffers Ivan L. Jenkins Jane Jennison-Williams Robert & Carolyn Johnson Harvey & Vickie van't Veld Johnson Thomas M. Jordan Hubert & Margot Jordan Clara S. Jorstad Robert L. & Donna Kariger Patrick Coakley John & Jane Kaufer Cochrane John B. Coffey James & Dulie (Wright) Coffey Thomas G. Coffin Paul I. Cole Clare H. Coleman Albert & Anita Collins Helen F. Cook David & Marcie Corrigan Allen H. & Edie Cotton Martha Hackett Cramer Rudolph & Delia Crespo Anne H. Crotti-Wilson Janet Potter Cunningham Edward & Judith Cunningham Josephine Kuhn Curtis Joyce Masters Danford Margaret Davidson Tommie A. & Jennye A. (Stephens) Davidson Virginia Glines DeGregory Jon & Debra Dedeaux James & Linda DesLondes Rich & Tina M. Detar William G. Dickerson George & Honey Ba iley Dimitriadis William R. Dockery Chuck Douglas William & Hide Drew William & Elaine Duffus Bonnie B. Dunbar Paul & Connie Ebdon John M. Eberenz Carene Brown Edwards Ruth H. Elich John & Laurie Engelke Karen R. Engeseth Evo & Joan Ersalesi Helen (Wikingstad) Ethridge Phyllis Everson John & Marion Fahnestock, Jr. Jani Faris Joanne Flynn Farley George F. Fenton, Sr. Greg & Vicki Fischer J. Robert & Monica Fisher Mabelle Fitzgerald Merrilyn Forbes Tom & Julee Ford Robert W & Joan Foreman Woody & Ruth Foster Ralph K. "Tony" & Dorothy Frangioni Willard J. French Robert E. French Cheryl L. Fritz FIRST TRANSIT $100—$199 SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $6,100—$6,199 Joe & Beverly Bowman Wood Class of 1954 Balboa/Cristobal High Schools AMADOR CAUSEWAY (Continued)

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Page 9 The Panama Canal Museum Review Bill & Jeanette Keepers Peggy Magee Keller Louis & Sook Keller Loretta (Lori) King Robert & Helen Kirby Edward T. Kirchmier, Jr. Glenda Lewis Kochel Nina B. Kosik Kathleen Kredell Janice Spencer LaCapra Philip D. Lampert Laverne Larrabee Charles & Alice Latimer Charles & Lucille "Sandy" LeBrun Betty LeDoux Bonita Ensey Leavitt Walter P. Leber Roland J. & Patricia C. Lees LTC Robert R. Leisy Mary L. Lerchen Herbert H. Lewes, Jr. Michael & Elaine (Peterson) Little Isabella Z. Lively John & Joan Long Joseph Lorenzo Vernon & Elizabeth Luthas Agnes Fettle Lyman Mary Griffin Lynch Al & Joy Maale Charles MacDonald Daniel H. MacElrevey, Capt. Martha Adelaide Mackereth Richard Mallett Dottie Manthorne Mark F. Marczak Mildred E. Marquez Annette Kelly Marsh John Marshall Teresa D. Martinez David & Victoria Matt Joanne Reccia Mays Edgar R. McArthur, Jr. Richard A. McClean Sheila McDaniel Barbara McDougal Noreen L McGaughey Don & Joan McKeon Gail McNally & Herb Dawson Children Virginia McLaren McWilliams Burt & Carol Mead Lars K. Morales John A. & Margaret K. Morales John & Joann Morton NW Arkansas Panama Canal Society James R. Nellis Betty Lockwood Newman Hugh Norris Willy & Wilma Nowotny Carol O'Donnell-Jones Alyce A. O'Neal Reginald H. Sterns Thomas Stewart Thomas E. Stoakley Annette Godby Stocking Jack L. Streeter Duncan W. Summerford Mary M. Taake Marjorie B. Tassinari Barbara Wesley Taylor Captain Charles H. Taylor Wallace Teal Maurice A. Tewinkel Charles & Josephine Thomas Chuck & Cynthia Thomas Rochelle B. Thompson Jane Holgerson Thompson Harriet Thurgood George & Arlene Tochterman Nellie Toland Aaron & Joan Hensler Toscar Joan R. Townshend David & Lisa Trimble Beth Trout Capt. Wilbur & Mrs. Dorothy Vantine Angel Vazquez R. Trendon Vestal John H. Viall Joan D. Vickery Frances Farrell Viglielmo Joan M. Voyles Jeanne Wagner Annie (Tolbert) Wainio Richard C. Wallace James & Stacia Walsh Ed Wardlow/Vicki Sizemore John C. Watson James & Alice Weir Thomas L. White Joseph H. & Marilyn White, Jr. John & Muriel Whitman Janice E. Whitney COL Roy P. Whitton, USAF (Ret) James Faulkner & Ethel (Sandmann) Wich David & Jeannine Wilder COL Nevin R. Williams, USA (Ret) John & Edith Willoughby Marion & Elsie Woodruff James A. Yates Tom & Julie Young Richard S. & Virginia Zornes Anita J. Oberholtzer Russell E. Oberholtzer Robert H. Orr Thomas C. Orr MIguel Hugo Osborne Diane Zerr Park Gloria M. Parker Jane Wilson Parvin Harriet R. Patterson Diane Pearson Mitchie H. Perkins John T. Petersen Noble A. Phillips Marc Quinn Patricia Quinn Betty M. Rathgeber John E. Rathgeber, Jr. Bobbie Jo (Oglesby) Rebennack Walter R. Reeves, Jr. Arlene H. Reider David & Velma Reilly Norma N. Reitzel Helen Hasemann Ress Ramon & Laura Reyes Barbara F. Reyle James J. Richardson John E. Richardson James Ridge, Jr. June Barlow Riesz Gerry & Kristin Risberg Tom C. Robertson, Jr. Joanne (Steiner) Robinson James J. Roddy Al & Marilyn Romaneski Phillipa Rosales Wally & Dee Dee Russon Laura S. Rydell Don & Joni Ryter Henry Sakaida Phil & Debra Sanders Jack W. Sanders Wendell & Donna Sasso Valeria Schroeter George & Virginia Schultz Lillian Norris Schwarz George B. Schwindeman Catherine Goodrich Scribner Kathleen Lavallee Sears Helen M. Shapiro Rebecca Sharp Doral & Irene Smith Gila M. Smith Lester & Andrea Smith Lori Stevenson Snow Joseph & Anne Snyder Jeanne Sperry Carol Ann DeMesy Sponberg Al & Marsha Sprague Sprague Editions Michael & Elaine Stephenson AMADOR CAUSEWAY (Continued)

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BALBOA YACHT CLUB Page 10 The Panama Canal Museum Review Panama Historical Society Ingrid K. Anderson Aristea Arosemena Leona Badonsky Barbara L. Barton Sarah Belzer Terri Lynn Gramlich Bianchi Virginia Bingham September Blain Ray & Bird Bost Margaret Cauthers Braun Bevilie G. Brigman Peggy Morgan Brown Dick & Ingrid Bryan Colin & Rosemary Campbell Vernon & Ruth Caturia Charles Cavanaugh, Jr. Bob & Dorothy Hicks Chapman Dorris Chollar Howard & Emmy Lou Clarke Balboa High School Class of 1961 Orrin & Carol Clement Gertrude G. Clontz Lyn Stratford Collins James B. Coman, Jr. Sydney B. Corbett Varney T. Cornwell, Jr. Geoffrey & Eileen Cowell Edna (Hart) Crandall Lynda Donley Dally Thelma Davis Robert K. Dawson Virginia Ridge Dolim George & Ann Downing Marie Pierobon Drake Dorothy Englebright Dunn George & Roberta Egolf Mary Jane Paulson Mike & Vera Perry Barbara Prenzlau Burley & Peggy Pruett Louise C. Rainier Annie Nicolson Rice Ann Merlino Richardson Capt. Don A. Ross and Family Robert & Cheryl Russell Agnes Santomenno Nancy Schorsch Alan Scott R. David & Betsie W. Scott Anthony & Raquel Scottino, Jr. Anne (Magee) Severy Fred Sill Michael & Sharon Smith Peter & Connie Smith Ed & Adrienne Stallworth Clarke Steven Marilynn Stevens Davis & June Stevenson Dale & Mary Jane Sylvestre Taylor Neyle Theriault Patricia J. Thomas Jed & Janice Thomas, Jr. Elizabeth C. Thompson John & Lynn Turner Jacqueline E. Wagner Ruth Catherine Taylor Walker Fred E. Wells Robert W. Wheeler Irene Will Bruce & Sue Egolf Louis E. Engelke Roberta L. Evans Carolyn Sanders Falasca George T. Fitzgerald Mark Ford Jacquelyn R. Forrest Ernie Freudman Willie K. Friar Egon & Dorothy Friedman Gene S. & Carol A. Fritz Geraldine A. Gagnon William R. Gianelli C. Robert Gibson Llori Gibson Richard A. Goldsberry Frank & Sharon Gonzalez Jonathon J. Green G. Wheeler Griffin Annie Laurie Halvosa Bernice Sanders Hill Iris D. Hogan Carlton & Elizabeth Horine Phyllis Hummer Robert L. Hummer Stephen D. Jablonski Todd & Anne Jarvis John P. Jenkins Ross & Beatrice Wohlfarth Kongable Randall "Bo" C. Lane Kathleen LeBrun Charles Leves Judi McCullough Kathyleen R. Miller Dan & Patricia Rudge Nellis Andy J. Nicolaisen Harold R. & Patricia Parfitt TENTH TRANSIT $13,700—$13,799 Estate of Anna Ruth Werkheiser SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $1,700—$1,799 Hobey & Lisa Richey Blanche A. Browne Lee & Marian Kariger Thomas R. Goethals FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $200—$299

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BRIDGE OF THE AMERICAS Page 11 The Panama Canal Museum Review FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $300—$399 Ted Bailey Margaret E. Bivin John & Dona (Jones) Brophy Virgil & Shirley Bonneau Camby Kathleen M. Campbell Rupert & Shirley Chin John P. Coffey Mary Morland Coffey Jerry Coffin Louis & Barbara Dedeaux Robert E. Dell Tyrone & Niccole Erickson Helen Kissam Ericson Marie Jenkins Everett Dick and Marilyn Gayer Robert Geddes H. Joann Hummer Haugen Jack & Fran Hern Bernice A. Hill Henry K. Johnstone Martin & Nancy (Kaufer) Lanfranco Katherine Lessiack Thomas F. McCullough A. James Meigs Peg Milliken Virginia W. Morland Panama Canal Society Deborah Pate Catherine W. Schafer Frederick A. Schrader Kaye Sergeant Christian S. Skeie Betty C. Snow Brian R. Stickney Richard & Bette Swearingen Mark T. & Maria Teresa Tartar Tony & Stephanie Thomas Gayle Hasemann Tolbert William G. Toston Lisa McArthur Ward Robert and Pat (Heitman) Whitam Judy Buehler Williamson MIRAFLORES LOCKS THIRD TRANSIT $3,400—$3,499 William & Virginia Lyons James C. Cook SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $1,900—$1,999 Capt. William & Connie Dawson John & Judith Engelke Montanaro FOURTH TRANSIT $4,900—$4,999 Albert & Jane Nahmad C. B. Fenton & Co., S.A. FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $400—$499 Virginia M. Angle Robert & Beverly Berger Everette & Marian Evans Blair Robert Wallace Blake Cristobal High School Class of 1953 Balboa High School Class of 1993 Mary L. Condon James & Evelyn Cullen Judy Walton Davis Mary C. (Nehls) DeMartini Bruce & Claire Douglas George Fryer Elaine E. Heyd Greta N. Hummer Joseph P. & Lucille Kane Herbert Lewis Gene & Diane Linfors Jay & Barbara Marshall Rosemary Hollander McCorkle Bob & Nikki Medinger Bud & Patti Mills Fern Morse Mary Overstreet Jerry & Kay Frangioni Pierce Frances F. Sampsell Courtney G. Stempel Louis J. Tanassy Frank & Marvel Townsend Leroy B. Wilson Deborah Zumbado

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Page 12 The Panama Canal Museum Review Dave & Barbara Curles Aycock Bob & Ann Best Paula J. Boger Andrea Armstrong Bogue Adamary Anderson Bright Fred N. Dahl Madeleine Dolan Rebecca A. Erhart Orlando & Deborah Filos Fannie Mae Foundation Bill & Arlene Lim Gamble Frank J. Gerchow, Jr. Capt. Ted & Lourdes Oliveira Patt Foster Roberson Hal C. Robertson, Jr. Robert & Jeanne Rupp Sydney & Stella Stevenson Joanne "Jay" L. Stewart Robert Wallace Harriet Keenan Wollmers William H. & Judith Wymer Marie (Wright) Gibson Jimmy & Hilda Givens Suzanne Shutt Griffin Joe & Pam Herold Carol Sergeant Hoover Bernice R. Jackson Kenneth M. Jorgensen Walter H. & Suzanne Kleefkens Frank A. & Deborah J. Lee Doug Mackie Elizabeth B. Moore Paul & Stacia Morgan MIRAFLORES LAKE SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $2,000—$2,099 Charles & Maxine Keenan FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $500—$599 PEDRO MIGUEL LOCKS FIFTH TRANSIT $6,600—$6,699 Bob & Marguerite Zumbado FOURTH TRANSIT $5,100—$5,199 Isthmian Collectors Club SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $2,100—$2,199 Charles & Sandra Hummer FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $600—$699 Gordon H. Davis Norman & Cecile Demers William Diez William & Carol Egolf William W. Forsstrom Harry Foster Robert N. & Penny Graham John M. Mallia Louis A. Mallia Frank & Marilyn Mott Jim & Gemma O'Donnell Jody & Dolores Roberson

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Page 13 The Panama Canal Museum Review Panamanian American CofC William A. Baldwin Nellree B. Berger Faith Brundage John & Valerie Cronan Ennis E. Daniel Barbara Pierce James & Janet Reece Frank M. Smith David Tooke & Family James M. Will Terry & Sue Deakins John N. Hatgi Len and Maria Kujawa LTGen D. P. & Kathleen McAuliffe Donita Lynn Crull McConaughey Paul Moser GAILLARD CUT SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $2,200—$2,299 Richard & Julieta Morgan Paul D. Glassburn FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $700—$799 GAMBOA FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $800—$899 George H. Barbier Boyd M Bevington Hap & Beth Brandenburg Larry & Kathryn Castleman Mary B. Egolf John J. & Ann Madden, Jr. Carl & Alfhild M. Maedl West Coast Reunion Committee Betty Brooks Stergion Cpt. Robert Valentine BARRO COLORADO ISLAND SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $2,400—$2,499 Carol Ruoff Goulet FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $900—$999 Rolf & Joan Arndt Lawrence & Sue Barca Randy & JoElla Deakins Mary Ann Seibold Eldridge Peter G. Flynn Family Peter & Mary Lou Lang Ed, Joan & Jason McCullough Ohman

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Page 14 The Panama Canal Museum Review Sarah Marie Curles JIm & Lynn Fitzpatrick Juanita Jones Girand Jean W. Kaufman Robert Litzenberger Foundation Wal-Mart Foundation William D. & Virginia M. Young Stephen & Patricia Lewis Litzenberger Family Foundation Ellen Peck Virginia Rankin GATUN LAKE FOURTH TRANSIT $5,500—$5,599 Lesley M. Litzenberger Dollar Club THIRD TRANSIT $4,000—$4,099 S. Griffin McClellan III SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $2,500—$2,599 J. E. Dorn Thomas FIRST TRANSIT $1,000—$1,099 GATUN LOCKS SEVENTH TRANSIT (S UPPORTING FELLOW) $10,100—$10,199 Frank R. & Helen F. Leves FIFTH TRANSIT (FELLOW) $7,100—$7,199 Grace Jones Carey SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $2,600—$2,699 Zelma R. Treadwell SIXTH TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING FELLOW) $8,600—$8,099 Katherine E. Egolf

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Page 15 The Panama Canal Museum Review CRISTOBAL YACHT CLUB ATLANTIC BREAKWATER CRISTOBAL HARBOR GATUN LOCKS (Continued) FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $1,100—$1,199 Alan B. Albright Richard J. Danielsen H. Winship & Kathie Danielsen Dowell Cherie Danielsen Lee Edward K. Wilburn FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $1,200—$1,299 FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $1,400—$1,499 Carol F. Meyer FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $1,300—$1,399 Northwest Panama Canal Picnic Kathleen Steiner Bennett Octavia Garlington James & Patricia Steiner Kearns John & Tilly McTaggart Tom & Barbara Peterson Douglas & Sharon Schmidt Valerie Shaw & Kevin & Alexander Wilke SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $2,900—$2,999 Lewis & Sandra Taber Edward & Geraldine Corbett R. Alvera Davison John & Veta MacLaren William J. McKeown, Jr. Bill, Margaret & Allison McLaughlin

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PACIFIC ANCHORAGE As of 4/15/05 Page 16 The Panama Canal Museum Review Mallie C. Adams Carroll Adams Werling Salvador Aleguas Fred Aleguas John Alexander Lois C. (Johnson) Evitt Adrian Anderson Nancy Sullivan Schorsch Wesley & Grace Anderson Joan (Anderson) Carlson William M. & Manola Wentsler Armstrong Jayne Armstrong Samson Manuel Arosemena Aristea Arosemena Eugene Askew Judy Davis Rev. & Mrs. William (Fr. Bill) Baldwin Greg & Vicki (Baldwin) Fischer Esperanza M. Barbier Louis J. Barbier, Jr. Clearwater Campus Library, St. Petersburg College Sara Barfield John N. Hatgi Seymour Isaac Barkowitz Leah Barkowitz Emma McKeown Barlow June Barlow Riesz William & Annie (Boyd) Bartholomew Buck & Barbara (Bar tholomew) Krueger Fred & Miriam (Stevens) Bauman M. Ruth (Bauman) Yeilding Cliff Beaty Ralph K. “Tony” & Dorothy S. Frangioni Norma C. Belland Neil Belland Mirt & Dona Bender—of Gamboa Merritt J. Bender Claude Emerson & Zilda Mary Berger Nellree B. Berger Ernest Emerson Berger Nellree B. Berger Elwood G. Bissett Ruby Miriam Bissett Mary V. Larson Emily Cygnar Bolton Mary G. Bolton Ray Boltz John & Glenna Thomas George P. & Digna M. Bonneau Virgil & Shirley Bonneau Camby George Julius Booth Patricia A. Booth Jean Bouche Charles & Sandra Hummer Tom & Barbara Peterson William Bowen Susan G. Hall Capt. Emil Bowerman Michael W. Rigby Capt. Charles H. Taylor L. D. “Larry” Bowman Joe & Bev Wood Allen & Ethel Boyd Buck & Barbara (Bar tholomew) Krueger Fred W. Bradley Betty Bradley London Edna M. Brancone Louis Brancone Barbara Brooks Breivogel Betty Brooks Stergion FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $24—$99 SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $1,500—$1,599 Clara Brayton John K. Brayton Shirley Bruce Annette Stocking Roger & Violet Deakins Randy & Joella Deakins Terry & Sue Deakins Reginald, Elizabeth, & Richard Hayden Reginald & Beverly Boyett Hayden Charles Keenan, Jr. Charles & Maxine Keenan Dr. Robert & Evelyn Matheney Sharon J. Shaw Rolf & Pat Duerr Doris Hunt Jim Hunt Michael & Sharon Smith Valerie K. Shaw, & Kevin W. & Alexander S. Wilke In Memoriam

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PACIFIC ANCHORAGE Page 17 The Panama Canal Museum Review John Brennan John N. Hatgi Beatrice T. Brooks Betty Brooks Stergion Frances S. Brooks Betty Brooks Stergion Irving Maurice Brown Carene Brown Edwards Neva Brown Merrilyn Brown Forbes Donald Bruce Shirley Bruce Vernon Bryant John N. Hatgi Robert E. Budreau Rick, Lynn (Budreau), & Alessandra Gritt J. L. Byrd, M.D. W.R. “Bob” Byrd Virgil G. & Thelma C. Camby, Sr. Virgil & Shirley Camby Victor G. Canel Egon & Dorothy Friedman Alvis B. Carr, Jr. Joe and Beverly Bowman Wood Eligia Cedeno Graciela E. Baldwin Rialto M. Christensen Wally & Dee Dee Russon Leslie “Biff” Clarke Howard & Emma Lou Clarke Connie Clinchard/Gene Clinchard Lola Cheeseman Dolores Coffey Nancy Schorsch Eugene Gerard Coffey James & Dulie Coffey Joseph W. Coffin, Jr., of Gatun Jerry Coffin Thomas G. Coffin Randy Colclasure David M. Colclasure Charles J. Collins Anna T. Collins Richard “Dick” Conley Harriet R. Patterson Samuel Ross Cunningham Edward & Judith Cunningham Ernest & Ida Mae Cotton Allen & Edie Cotton Richard E. & Shirley L. Cox Larry Cox Stefen William Crabbs Roger & Marilyn Crabbs Kenneth Craver CMSGT USAF (Ret.) Dorothy T. Craver Marie Curles Dave & Barbara Curles Aycock Tom & Barbara Peterson Capt. Robert Currie Maria (Dolly) Currie Charles Phillip Dahlstrom Gloria Dahlstrom Potocek Robert G. Daniel Bob & Jessie Daniel Henry Kenneth Day Lisa Lynn Day Ann E. Worsley DeLaMater William L. DeLaMater Howard De Voe Betty Brooks Stergion Gene “Topper” Didier John N. Hatgi Kathryn Dignam John N. Hatgi Alexander Dombrowsky L. Jean Dombrowsky Jack Dombrowsky L. Jean Dombrowsky Mary P. Doolan Edward A. Doolan Tom & Barbara Peterson Glenn Curtiss Dough Jean Dough Judge Dr. Harry Dowell Kathleen Kredell James “Jimmie” Doyle John N. Hatgi Robert E. Eggleston Jeannine E. Eggleston Charles Madison Elmore Margaret Elmore Dansie Mr. & Mrs. Sigurd E. Esser Elisabeth Esser B. I. (Emo) Everson Louis N. Everson John A. Everson Louis N. Everson Elizabeth Saffo Fears George W. & Frances F. Fears Gilbert Ferro John N. Hatgi Joseph & Helen Flynn Peggy “Flynn” Mattey Thomas P. & Mary Denn Foley Ellie Foley Husum Riggs & Dot Forrest Marie Wright Gibson Gloria Foster Nancy Foster Marie Fraser John N. Hatgi Gordon Frick Kathyleen Miller Stephen Fulop Lucille Fulop Gatun & Gamboa Charles & Jean McGinn Capt. Billy G. Gewin Capt. Charles H. Taylor Therese Geyer Davis & June Stevenson Noel & Mary E. Gibson Marie Wright Gibson Dennis “Buckshot” Gilbert Sheila Bolke Michael Gilmore Ann Merlino Richardson Paul Dominick Givonetti Shirley A. Givonetti George H. Glines Virginia Glines DeGregory Virginia Stevenson Glines Virginia Glines DeGregory

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PACIFIC ANCHORAGE Page 18 The Panama Canal Museum Review Karl “Pete” Goldstrohm Isabella Zemer Lively Kathleen Cooke Gough John R. Gough, Sr. Dr. Mary V. Graham Peter Van Overen Gregory Paul Gramlich Beverly A. Gramlich Dr. W. Henry Grant William H. Grant Robert & Lyla Green Jonathon J. Green Ed Greene Arlene E. Greene Marion Greene Tom & Barbara Peterson John W. & Margaret A. Hall Michael F. Green Tom & Barbara Peterson Michael Adam Griley Betty Crook s Ingram Joseph T. Grills, Jr. Richard Meehan & Annabelle Grills Howard Hagan Bertha B. Brown Guy U. Hall Tom & Barbara Peterson Robert & Cheryl Russell Ruth Hall Tom & Barbara Peterson Chester Harrold Bertha B. Brown Eva Harte Hubert & Margot Jordan Neil B. Heitman Robert & Pat Whitam Jane Thompkins Heselton Les & Jane Heselton Victor Higgins Larry & Sue Barca Richard C. Hogan Iris D. Hogan Anton L. and Azzie J. Holgerson Jane Holgerson Thompson Gustaf & Pauline Holmelin John & Muriel Whitman Bob C. Hood Eleanor R. Hood Capt. William E. Hopkins Margaret M. Hopkins Dr. Sherwood Horine Rolf & Joan Arndt Larry & Mary Ellen (Stacy) Horine Jane Huldquist Charles & Sandra Hummer Tom & Barbara Peterson Edward J. Husum, Sr., & Edna Bull Husum Sanford Ellie Foley Husum Benjamin Elkins Jenkins John P. Jenkins Catherine H. Jenkins John P. Jenkins, Sr. Joseph B. Jenkins John G. Johnson Lois C. Evitt Winifred M. Johnston Charles E. Johnston Thomas T. & Lucille C. Jordan Thomas M. Jordan Lilybel Kariger Robert L. Kariger Ted Kaufer Martin & Nancy (Kaufer) Lanfranco Thomas M. Kaufmann Joe & Beverly Bowman Wood William & Geraldine Keepers Geraldine Gagnon Norbert “Nobby” Keller Peggy Magee Keller Mary A. (Hicks) Kelley Bob & Dorothy (Hicks) Chapman Myrtle E. Kennerly Nelda L. Walko Edward T. “Pat” & Katherine B. Kirchmier Edward T. Kirchmier, Jr. James Zeno Knapp Susan Knapp Light Geraldine Knick Tom & Barbara Peterson Capt. & Mrs. Lyle Koepke, USN, Santa Clara, R. de P. John & Eleanor Burkholder Ernest & Ila Krueger Buck & Barbara (Bartholomew) Krueger Capt. Harry T. Lacy William & Judith Wymer Charles Lavalle Davis & June Stevenson Bernice J. Leber Walter P. Leber Marjorie Fuller LeBrun Charles & Lucille LeBrun Kathleen LeBrun Helen Ledgerwood Thomas & Barbara Peterson Etta V. Leisy Lt. Col. & Mrs. Robert R. Leisy Henry Theodore & Etta Viola Leisy Henry Leisy Buck & Monica Lightell Carole Lightell Earl & Miraflores Lockwood Betty Lockwood Newman Charles “Muggsy” & Susan Allen Magee Peggy Magee Keller Jerry (Tiger) Mahoney Pamela Crowell Mr. & Mrs. Adam Mallett Richard L. Mallett Capt. George Markham Capt. Charles H. Taylor Victor & June May Sandy (May) Robinson Maurice (Mac) McCullough Hap & Beth Brandenburg Maurice & Hazel McCullough (Mac & Snookie) Judi McCullough

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PACIFIC ANCHORAGE Page 19 The Panama Canal Museum Review Aiko McDaniel Sheila McDaniel James McGuinness Bo (Randall) Lane John W. Meeker, Jr. Larry & Sue Barca Damascus (MD) Library Katherine Egolf Harold “Mel” Meyer Margery A. Connard Meyer Roger Michel Lawrence & Sue Barca Katherine Egolf Allen K. Miller Kathyleen R. Miller Carmen Modelo-Diaz Nivia Modelo Pete & Floda Monaco Louis & Suzette Seldon Virginia (Woodhull) Morland Mike & Elaine Stephenson Joe & Beverly (Bowman) Wood Jim & Betty Morris John & Marie Morris John A. Muller, I.C.C. John W. Muller Edward T. Mulroy Charles and Sandra Hummer Agnes Mulroy Lloyd Munsil Mike Munsil Capt. William Harry Munyon, Sr. William Harry Munyon, Jr. Anna Murphy Michael Andrew Murphy Raymond M. Murphy Glenn S. Murphy William Murphy Josephine (Kuhn) Curtis Delbert N. Murray, Sr. June (Delbert N.) Murray DeWitt (Bud) E. Myers Alice F. Myers Bernard Jacob “BJ” Myren William & Judith Wymer Mr. & Mrs. Milton Lee Nash COL (Ret) Edward & Mrs. Andra Nash English Robert Nordstrom Robert & Pat Heitman Whitam Florene Olsen Keith Olsen Rufus C. O’Neal Alice O’Neal Grove George Carter Orr Thomas C. Orr William Thomas Orr Thomas C. Orr Ronald W. Owen Ellen Castles Panama Canal Society Members Who Have Gone Before Us Harry D. Foster Jack Paterson Kathyleen R. Miller Richard “Dick” Patton Sheila A. Bolke Walter E. & Anbritt E. Pearson William & Judith Wymer Mildred O. Perry Arthur C. Perry (USMC Ret.) Alice E. Pierce Jerry & Kay Frangioni Pierce Alice Stillson Pincus Gilbert J. & Sharon Smith Antonio “Tony” Prenzlau John N. Hatgi John Mayo Purvis, Jr. Elizabeth Purvis Woll Alberta LeBrun Quinn Kathleen LeBrun Berta Quinn Charles & Sandra Hummer Thomas & Barbara Peterson Marcus Patrick Quinn Patricia Quinn Patrick & Jane (Corrigan) Quinn Patricia Quinn Dick Reed John N. Hatgi Vincent Reynolds M. Jean McAndrews Michael Rhode, Jr. William R. Gianelli Mary (Feliz) Roddy James J. Roddy May Peterson Rosales Phillipa Rosales John & Terresa Rossetti Mary Rossetti Wirfs Jane Roy Panama Canal Society of Florida, Inc. Captain Billy Lee and Elaine Runnion Cyndie (Runnion) Gibson Robert T. Russell, Sr. Tom & Barbara Peterson Frank S. Samson Jayne Armstrong Samson Maxwell S. Sanders, Sr. Carolyn Sanders Falasca Philip R. Sanders (Pinky) Laura Walston Sanders Rosa Santos John N. Hatgi Jack & Louise (Heim) Saum Karen Saum Louise Heim Saum Karen Saum Emma Lee Worsley Schmidt Arline Schmidt Winerman John & Catherine (Kitty) Schmidt Douglas & Sharon Schmidt Edward W. & Letitia M. Schnake Richard & Barbara Schnake Jeffers Donald Scott Jo Bernard Michael A. Scott Jeff A. Scott Adelaide Monaco Seldon Barry J. Seldon Lou & Cindy Seldon Louis & Suzette Seldon Beatrice Parsons Sergeant Kaye Sergeant Hayward H. Shacklette Paul H. Shacklette Frances Violette Sharp Betty Brooks Stergion

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PACIFIC ANCHORAGE (Continued) AMADOR CAUSEWAY Page 20 The Panama Canal Museum Review Raymond N. Shaw Tom & Barbara Peterson Jim & Wilma Sherer Peggy Arbaugh Raymond O. & Elizabeth K. Simon Geraldine Gagnon James Slover Robert & Pat Whitam Clara Means Smith Nellree B. Berger Debbie (Wilder) Smith Ed Wilder Dudley Smith John N. Hatgi Horace L. Smith Hap & Beth Brandenburg J. Bartley & Mercedes Smith Paul & Maritza Smith Spencer Bibb Smith Nellree B. Berger William Charles Smith Nellree B. Berger Murriell Lou Souder—BHS ‘44 Bob & Pat Whitam Harrold Frazee Stevenson Virginia Glines DeGregory Ellis Dayre Stillwell Norma Stillwell Martin David & Sally Jo Studley Rolf & Joan Arndt Helen Swearingen Dave & Barbara Aycock Charles E. Thomas Retta H. Brock Alyce A. O’Neal Charles A. & Josephine Thomas G.G. Thomas, Jr. John & Glenna Thomas Hugh Thomas Cheryl L. Williams Bert K. Thompson Judean “Judy” Thompson Edna Tipton Sandra M. Granozio William A. Torbert Annie Torbert Wainio Preston M. Trim, Jr. Melanie Trim Bales Wally Trout Beth Trout Frank Turman Rod Coale Carolyn Holgerson Twohy Jane Holgerson Thompson Henry B. Twohy Edda Ullrich John N. Hatgi W. Van & Mary Kate Underwood Betty JoAnn Underwood John W. Urey Walter & Suzanne Kleefkens Mary G. Urey Anna Marie (Worsley) Valpatik Helen F. Cook George J. Vanderslice, Jr. George & Honey Ba iley Dimitriadis William A. Van Siclen, Jr. Lee Van Siclen Tatem Juliana Garrett Vestal R. Trendon Vestal Harry Hunt Viall John H. Viall George Vieto Fred E. Wells Walt & Iola Wagner Sarah Ann Wagner Gates Bobby Walker Joseph Lorenzo Bryce Walton Judy Walton Davis Fran Ellenor Watson John C. Watson John “Jack” Samuel Watson John C. Watson Joe & Peggy Wertz Pat & Peggy Ann McCarragher Tom & Debra McCarragher David Whitbread Bob & Jessie Daniel Joseph H. & Marium M. White Joseph H. White, Jr. Walter W. & Helen White Cash & Mary Jane Paulson Rita Laurie Will Charles & Sandra Hummer Anne Elizabeth Williams Mildred M. Hickey Betty Chan Snow TENTH TRANSIT ($13,600 to $13,699) Anna Ruth Werkheiser Estate of Anna Ruth Werkheiser SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) ($1600 to $1699) George W. Goethals Thomas R. Goethals

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AMADOR CAUSEWAY (Continued) Page 21 The Panama Canal Museum Review Eric Adema Iris Dedeaux Hogan Katherine Adams Lessiack Daniel Logan Alexander Gertrude Foreman Alexander Reginald D. Armstrong Andrea Armstrong Bogue Joel Egan Baldwin BUC (SCW) USN Killed in Mosul, Iraq Greg & Vicki (Baldwin) Fischer William A. Baldwin William A. Baldwin Celestina Barkema Larry Barkema William D. Barton Barbara Kelly Barton Rev. & Mrs. William H. Beeby Gary & Judy (Beeby) Inman Capt. Kenneth L. Bivin Margaret Bivin George W. Brady, Sr. Richard Brady William P. Brady Nora M. Brennan Thomas A. Brennan Robert Marion Bright Adamary Anderson Bright Austin W. Brooks Betty Brooks Stergion Marjorie Tassinari Emily Horine Brooks Katherine Egolf Larry & Mary Ellen (Stacy) Horine Edward Clifton (Clif) Brown, Sr. Helen Anderson Brown John & Kathryne Brown Lucille Abernathy Maurice Gettleman Brown Carene Brown Edwards Mario Calleja Mario E. & Melinda Calleja Frank A. Castles Ellen Castles Ralph & Isabel Cauthers Margaret Cauthers Braun Capt. William T. Clute Capt. Wilbur H. Vantine James B. Coman, Sr. James B. Coman, Jr. Gertrude Connard Lucille Abernathy Varney T. Cornwall, Sr. Varney T. Cornwall, Jr Ed & Ellen Coyle Valerie Coyle Anderson Francis M. Criste ’38 Robert W. Blake Mike & Marguerite Crooks Betty Crook s Ingram Ralph M. Curles Rolf & Joan Arndt Dave & Barbara Aycock Tom & Barbara Peterson Milton Davis Thelma Davis Herbert C. Dawson Children of Herbert Dawson & Gail Dawson McNally Jack B. DeVore, Sr. Frank & Sharon Gonzalez James L. Doran Anonymous Philip Downs Dr. & Mrs. I. Robert Berger George & Annie Emslie Annie R. Rice Ted E. Englebright Dorothy Englebright Dunn Capt. Ralph Fadden Anna Kredell Fadden Kathleen Kredell John M. & Mae C. Fahnestock John M. & Mae C. Fahnestock John J. Fallon Larry & Kathryn Castleman Marguerite Fallon Larry L. & Kathryn M. (Fallon) Castleman Ernest & Virginia Faris Jani Faris Capt. John Fennell Capt. Daniel H. MacElrevey Ila L. Fenton George F. Fenton, Sr. Thomas Otto Fernstrom Agnes Fette Lyman John E. Fisher Toni, Bob, & David Edgar D. Foreman, Sr. Robert W. “Bob” Foreman Merwin A. & Marion French, Jr. Bob French Shirley Scott Gianelli William R. Gianelli Coach William H. “Bill” Gibson Marie Wright Gibson Leo D. Goulet Rita Goulet William W. & Eugenia Griffin Mary G. Lynch Herb Greene Lavinia Greene Dean & Mrs. Roger C. Hackett Martha (Marla) Hackett Cramer Stanley & Martha Hamilton Robert B. Hamilton John Hannaman William & Judith Wymer Max & Alice Hart Edna Hart Crandall Theodore C. “Ted” Henter, Sr. Sydney B. Corbett Charles & Sandra Hummer Frank & Marvel Townsend Joe & Bev Wood Lowell J. Hibner Geoff Hibner Joseph Leo Hickey Mildred M. Hickey FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $100—$199

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Page 22 The Panama Canal Museum Review Conrad S. Horine Katherine Egolf Larry & Mary Ellen (Stacy) Horine Norma Horine William L. & Mary E. Howard Esthel & Mary Elizabeth Howard Ames Patricia Howard Hall Natalie Hine Humphrey Adamary Anderson Bright Edward J. Husum, Jr. George Husum William Henry Hyde Harry D. Foster Nina J. Jenkins Ivan L. Jenkins James J. & Ida May Johnson Woody & Ruth (Rose) Foster Louis & Norine Kaufer Jane Kaufer Cochrane Martin & Nancy Lanfranco Howard & Janet Keenan Charles & Maxine Keenan Capt. Dean & Joyce Kelly Annette Kelly Marsh William “Bill” C. Kelly Barbara Kelly Barton Danny Kissam Helen (Kissam) Ericson Hermanus A. Kleefkens Walter & Suzanne Kleefkens William & Virginia Rankin Beatrice Ann Lampert Phillip D. Lampert Walter Neil Lenneville Sylvia Hackbarth Robin Mannila & Carolyn Hamrick Terry L. Placek Mary B. Walker Adelaide P. Mackereth Martha Adelaide Mackereth George (Mac) Makibbin Rebecca Sharp Betty Malone Panama Canal Society of Florida, Inc. Kenneth Manthorne Dottie Manthorne C.W. (Bill) March William Diez Isabella Zemer Lively Robert & Pat He itman Whitam Charles McArthur Tom & Barbara Peterson Lisa McArthur Ward Joe & Beverly Bowman Wood Theodore P. “Ted” McGann Charles & Sandra Hummer Ann Merlino Richardson William & Judith Wymer Henry J. McKeown Hal C. Robertson, Jr. David Munro McLaren Virginia McLaren McWilliams Captain Arthur J. McLean Virginia Bartels Eleanor Kelly Farrell McQueary Frances Farrell Viglielmo Ronnie Mead Rod Coale Joe & Beverly Bowman Wood Frederick Oscar “Many” Medinger Bob & Nikki Medinger Gus Medinger Bob & Nikki Medinger Paul & Margaret Morgan Peggy Morgan Brown Gilbert Morland Mary Morland Coffey Warren “Zeke” Morse Fern Morse Lauren Nehring Katherine Egolf Lesley Hendricks Charles & Sandra Hummer Ed & Joan Ohman Tom & Barbara Peterson Nena Nolte Norman & Cecile Demers Elmer B. & Dorothy Orr Charles M. & Maxine Keenan Howard W. Osborn Donald Garrido Kathyleen Miller Thomas & Barbara Peterson Mr. Alfred E. Osborne, Sr. Miguel Hugo Osborne Leon & Dorothy Parsons Bill & Lynn Barber Mit & Mary Lou Parsons Lloyd & Ruth Peterson Robert & Cheryl Russell Louis & Norma Pierobon Marie Pierobon Drake Russell B. & Linda Potter Edward & Judith Cunningham Janet P. Cunningham Bronson B. & Celeste C. Powell Rolf C. & Joan (Powell) Arndt James S. Powell Rolf C. & Joan (Powell) Arndt Capt. Ernest B. “Chuck” Rainier Bertha B. Brown Louise Rainier Jim & Millie Reccia Joanne C. (Reccia) Mays James, Beverly, Stephen Ridge James Ridge, Jr. Tom C. & Georgette Robertson Tom Robertson, Jr. William Henry (Bob) Robertson Hal C. Robertson, Jr. Wallace F. Russon George A. Gerchow Michele O’Halloran Wally & Dee Dee Russon Lee Sampsell Frances F. Sampsell Bruce Gordon Sanders I Bernice A. Hill Bernice Sanders Hill Lt. Col. Vernon L. Schafer Catsy Taylor Schafer August Joseph Schwindeman George B. Schwindeman Beverly Shirley Bob & Ann Best Charles Samuel Smith Gila M. Smith Frank P. Smith, M.D. Carol F. Meyer Les & Edith Spencer Janice Spencer LaCapra Darrell H. Sponberg Carol Ann DeMesy Sponberg Reginald Heber W. Sterns Reginald H. Sterns James Franklin Stevens Marilynn Stevens Robert Harry Stewart Larry & Sue Barca Joanne “Jay” Stewart Marjorie Brooks Tassinari Betty Brooks Stergion

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BALBOA YACHT CLUB AMADOR CAUSEWAY (Continued) Page 23 The Panama Canal Museum Review William N. Taylor Catsy Taylor Schafer Semon & Dorothy Theriot Pamela Theriot Brown Charles E, & Anna D. Thomas Alyce Ann Thomas O’Neal Tony & Stephanie Thomas Howard J. (Bob) Toland Nellie (Nell) Toland Robert J. Valentine Capt. Robert D. Valentine Robert Van Siclen Frank A. Anderson Katherine Egolf Charles & Sandra Hummer Tom & Barbara Peterson Emma “Peggy” Wertz Claire E. Baumgardner Tom & Jill Carroll Faye Pyle Jacqueline Wagner Joseph A. Wertz Peggy Wertz Richard S. & Virginia Zornes Randolph Wikingstad Helen Wikingstad Ethridge Edna Jane Olcott Wilson Jane Wilson Parvin Tommy & Edith Rowe Alley Joe & Pam Rowe Herold Lloyd L. Anderson Ingrid K. Anderson Ralph & Henrietta Anderson Adamary Anderson Bright Paul Badonsky Leona Badonsky Major General Robert Blake USMC Robert Wallace Blake William G. Black Reginald & Beverly (Boyett) Hayden Edward T. Kirchmier, Jr. James A. Brigman Bevilie G. Brigman Grace Jones Carey Betty O. Boyer Brown Baggers Katherine Egolf Mary Egolf Phil & Carole Gilbertson Mildred M. Hickey Charles and Sandra Hummer Betty C. Snow Bill & Fran Stock Alice & Carlie Taber Beverly Williams Shirley Ann Cavanaugh Charles A. Cavanaugh, Jr. Richard G. Condon Mary L. Condon Barry Davison Lucille Abernathy Robert M. Donley Lynda Donley Dally Paul F. Dooley William G. Toston Louisa Bacon Duffus Jim & Clover (Shobe) Duffus William & Elaine Duffus Marie W. Gibson Bill Fitzgerald Fitzgerald/Robinson Family Celeste Powell Fulton Rolf & Joan Powell Arndt Thomas & Barbara Peterson Charles Robert “Bob” Gibson Charles Robert Gibson Marie Wright Gibson William Wilkes Griffin G. Wheeler Griffin Capt. Daniel M. R. Haff Stephen Jablonski FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($200 to $299) SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) ($1700 to $1799) George & Carrie Heim Jeanette Altman Susan & Jim Burk Donald & Patricia Clark Allen Cotton Dan & Frances Hennessey Barbara Jackson Don & Karen McCullough Judi McCullough Thomas F. McCullough Ed, Joan, & Jason Ohman Lynn Pridgen Jack & Helen Saum Karen Saum

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BALBOA YACHT CLUB (Continued) BRIDGE OF THE AMERICAS Page 24 The Panama Canal Museum Review Lawrence & Helen Adler Blanche Adler Browne Sheila A. Gilbert Bolke John N. Hatgi Walter & Suzanne C. Kleefkens Virginia Rankin Ann Merlino Richardson Mary G. Urey Michael J. & Irene K. Burza & Michael R. Burza Dianne Brown Joe, Linda, Stephan, & Krysten Childs Peggy, Deanna, Jason, & Jamie Childs Eleanor Javor Ken, Chris & Alexis Javor Gerald & Velma Luecke Steve, Jackie, Alex, Alyssa, & Arielle Luecke Roberto & Dawn Ruju Bill, Gloria & Nancee Zimmers THIRD TRANSIT ($3300 to $3399) Mary Louise Danielsen Richard Danielsen Kathie Danielsen Dowell Cherie Danielsen Lee George L. Hatchett Donald & Patricia Clark John & Veta Hatchett MacLaren Thomas F. McCullough John Franklin Hern, Sr. Donna Amick Hap & Beth Brandenburg Edmond & Anita Gibson Kristi Amick Johnson Jacqueline E. Wagner Bobby & MaryBelle Hicks Bob & Dorothy A. (Hicks) Chapman William G. Hill Bernice A. Hill Bernice Sanders Hill Charles D. Hummer Charles & Sandra Hummer Joseph L. Hummer H. Joann Haugen Bob Hummer Thomas A. & Catherine H. Jenkins Marie Jenkins Everett Howard U. Keenan Charles & Maxine Keenan Harriet Keenan Wollmers Capt. C. W. “Bill” Lewis Ed, Joan, & Jason Ohman Panama Canal Society The Prentice Family John J. & Nora F. Madden, Sr. John J. & Ann L. Madden, Jr. John J. McConaghy Kathleen McConaghy Campbell Robert “Bob” E. Medinger, Sr. Bob & Nikki Medinger Sis Paige Medinger Alexander E. Meigs A. James Meigs Alice Garlington Neely Octavia Garlington Andreas Nicolaisen Andy Jens Nicolaisen Donald C. “Pos” Parker Carolyn Sanders Falasca The Family of the Late Rufus C. O’Neal: Mrs. Ruth O’Neal, Barbar a O’Neal Braun, Margaret O’Neal Wellborn, Alice O’Neal Grove Gloria M. Parker Gil & Millie Rowe Joe & Pam Rowe Herold Bruce Gordon & Grace Sanders Bernice A. Hill Bernice Sanders Hill R.S. Hill, M.D. James & Nora Scott Alan Scott Ronald L. Seeley Jolie A. Seeley Laura S. Rydell Glenn D. Seeley W. B. (Bill) & Ruth Walker Shutt Suzanne Shutt Griffin Edward & Rita Steiner Siegel Kathleen Steiner Bennett Fred DeVeber & Ruth Melgaard Sill Fred Sill Palmer & Eva Smith Peter & Connie Smith Lanelle Tartar Mark Tartar Teresa Tartar David Tooke & Family Richard G. Taylor Ruth Catherine Taylor Walker James M. Thompson Elizabeth C. Thompson Marvin C. Ward Jacquelyn R. Forrest Bonnie K. Wilson Leroy B. Wilson, Jr. FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $300—$399

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MIRAFLORES LAKE MIRAFLORES LOCKS BRIDGE OF THE AMERICAS (Continued) Page 25 The Panama Canal Museum Review Albert, Sr., & Sophie Evans Marian Evans Blair Al Evans William Thomas (Bill) Halvosa, Jr. Annie Laurie Halvosa Jeanne Halvosa Sperry William & Judith Wymer Gregory L. Martinez Teresa D. Martinez Maria Martinez Witte Robert W. Morse Fern Morse Warren (Zeke) & Fern Morse Capt. Frederick E. & Georgie Zeh Nehls Mary C. (Nehls) DeMartini William “Billy” A. Rankin Carolyn Sanders Falasca Walter & Suzanne Kleefkens Virginia Kleefkens Rankin Katharyn Tanassy Louis J. Tanassy Virginia Clement Townsend Orrin & Carol Clement Jon & Debra Dedeaux Louis & Barbara Dedeaux Katherine Egolf Mary Egolf Gladys C. Pendergast Tom & Barbara Peterson Patricia Upton/Carrie Mercier Mabelle “Mayno” Bliss Walker Katherine Egolf Jerry & Rosalind Gorin Blanche Hartman Tom & Barbara Peterson Jack & Jeanne Walker Wagner Joseph J. & Isabel F. Wood Isabel Egan Joe & Beverly Bowman Wood Capt. W. W. Woodhull Virginia Morland Jeanne Bonanno Jay & Barbara (Bonanno) Marshall Howard “Bucky” Buehler Larry & Sue Barca Katherine Egolf Richard & Bev Grassy Tom & Barbara Peterson Judy (Buehler) Williamson Julia Lawsing Daniel Ennis E. Daniel Frank J. Gerchow, Sr. Frank J. Gerchow, Jr Louis C. and Irene Brown Hasemann Louis Hasemann Helen Hasemann Ress Gayle Hasemann Tolbert Charles S. Hollander Rosemary Hollander McCorkle Robert B. “Bud” Mills Bud & Patti Mills Jason Skeie Paula J. Boger FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($400 to $499) FOURTH TRANSIT (SUSTAINING DONORS) ($5000 to $5099) George Akin Jones Grace Jones Carey THIRD TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) ($2000 to $2099) B. W. (Larry) Treadwell Zelma R. Treadwell

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GAILLARD CUT PEDRO MIGUEL LOCKS MIRAFLORES LAKE (Continued) Page 26 The Panama Canal Museum Review Richard W. “Pat” Beall Robert G. Beall Hap & Beth Brandenburg Faith Brundage Louis & Barbara Dedeaux George & Roberta Egolf Katherine Egolf Ralph K. “Tony” & Dorothy Frangioni Gene S. & Carol A. Fritz Charles & Sandra Hummer Thomas & Barbara Peterson Catherine Schafer James & Noralie Shobe Davis & June Stevenson Peggy Wertz Robert & Pat Heitman Whitam Richard S. & Virginia Zornes Patricia Smith LeBrun Kathleen LeBrun William E. LeBrun David Harold McConaughey Donita McConaughey Richard W. Abell Rebecca A. Erhart Prentice Abernathy Lucille Abernathy All Deceased Panama Canal Company Employees Lucille Abernathy Mario & Gloria Calleja Lucille Abernathy Clyde R. Campbell Zelma R. Treadwell Barbara LeBrun Chadwick William E. LeBrun Charles “Tuck” & Kathryn Hummer Charles & Sandra Hummer Captain Lloyd M. Kent Dr. C. Robert Gibson Llori Gibson Marie Wright Gibson John & Veta Hatchett MacLaren Dick & Mary Taht Robert & Pat Whitam Arthur W. (Larry) & Marjorie F. LeBrun William E. LeBrun Andy P. Lim Bill & Arlene Lim Gamble Robert & Joan Miller Lucille Abernathy Chris Oliveira Capt. Ted & Lourdes Oliveira Leigh “Cash” Paulson Ted Bailey Clement Family Louis & Barbara Dedeaux The Oberholtzers—Anita, Rusty, Judy, Joey Jeffery & Diane Paulson Mrs. Kenneth Paulson & Family Robert & Karen (Sanders) Schorejs Robert & Edna Valentine Windsor Properties Joseph & Beverly Wood Elizabeth Yerxa Charles Lester Pierce Ernest E. Pierce Richard C. Sergeant Carol Sergeant Hoover Raul (Terry) & Maybell Theriault Lucille Abernathy FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($500—$599) FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($600 to $699) Arthur V. & Dorothy D. Corbett Dr. & Mrs. Edward G. Corbett Raymond R. Will Lauray Griffin Irene Will James M. Will FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($700—$799)

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GATUN LAKE BARRO COLORA DO ISLAND GAMBOA Page 27 The Panama Canal Museum Review Erin “Gemmie” Moser Laura Moser Austin Mark Moser Paul Moser Jody & Dolores Roberson Steve O’Donnell Cathy Gagliano Lisa Gagliano Bo (Randall) Lane Sarah I. O’Brien Jim & Gemma O’Donnell Carol O’Donnell-Jones FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($800—$899) Richard Hayden Reginald & Beverly (Boyett) Hayden L. LeRoy Barfield Lucille Abernathy Lionel L. & Marisue Jones Barfield, Jr. Raymond & Sue Barfield Greer Charles W. Hummer III Charles & Sandra Hummer Greta N. Hummer FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($900—$999) SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) ($2400 to $2499) Jerry & Dolly Steiner Kathleen Steiner Bennett James & Patricia Steiner Kearns Joanne Steiner Robinson SEVENTEENTH TRANSIT ($25,000 to $25,999) Esther Krziza Condry Leo Krziza

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GATUN LOCKS GATUN LAKE Page 28 The Panama Canal Museum Review Norman B. Davison R. Alvera Davison Tom & Barbara Peterson Frank & Marvel Davison Townsend Jack & Grace Dwyer Jack, Jr., Ruth, Evelyn, Frances John & Judy Engelke Montanaro Howard & Evelyn Engelke Judith Engelke Montanaro Russel J. & Juanita Orr Jones Juanita Jones Girand Wesley “Red” Townsend Orrin & Carol Clement Ronald & Sydney Corbett Jon & Debra Dedeaux Louis & Barbara Dedeaux Katherine Egolf Mary Egolf Frank C. & Marvel D. Townsend Steve & Mary Vaughn Melvin “Mike” Harrison Walsh Jean W. Kaufman Charles H. & Margaret R. Peterson Carol (Peterson) Heintz Michael & Elaine (Peterson) Little Tom, Sid & Chimere Little Diane (Peterson) Pearson Tom & Barbara Peterson Frank Rorke, Jr. Stephen & Patricia Lewis FIRST TRANSIT ($1000 to $1099) John B. Coffey, Jr. Rob & Dale Brokaw Shirley Bruce Jim & Dulie Coffey Mary P. Coffey Patrick Coffey Computer Task Group, Inc. Carolyn S. Falasca Reginald M. Hayden, Jr. Chris Holt Walter & Suzanne Kleefkens Darien Lauten FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($1100 to $1199) Herb Lewis Karen K. Martensen Sally & Will Nickisher Jim and Gemma O’Donnell Virginia Rankin Jack W. Sanders Wendell & Donna Sasso Catherine W. Schafer Anita H. Trippins The Trimble Family Jacqueline E. Wagner Joe & Bev Wood SEVENTH TRANSIT (SUSTAINING FELLOW) ($10,100 to $10,199) Capt. Charles E. & Marie Van Clief Yane & Helen Leves Charles E. Leves Frank R. Leves CRISTOBAL YACHT CLUB FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $1,200—$1,299 Johnny R. McTaggart The McTaggart Family

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ATLANTIC BREAKWATER CRISTOBAL HARBOR Page 29 The Panama Canal Museum Review H.T. “Tommy” McKeown William J. McKeown, Jr. Frank & Margaret McLaughlin Bill, Margaret, & Allison McLaughlin Ernest E. Pierce American Legion Randolph Post 707 Bill & Dolores Barnes Bill, Darlene, Brent, Ryan, Chad Barson Paul H. Behlau Arthur G. Bissonette Robert & Marlene Blaine Charlotte Bloom Richard A. & Laura Corwin Gordon H. Davis William Diez Paul & Opal Fedde Ruth Galyon Paul & Monica Gelhaus Gordon & Joan Hoyt Charles and Sandra Hummer Fred & Eva Izenson Judy Jerardi Marie E. Kaucher Sally E. Kaufman Stephen & Betty Leve Isabella Zemer Lively Bob & Ferne Martin Charles & Diane Yost Mason Melvin & Betty Menk Marjorie C. Myers Thomas & Patricia Orr Tom & Barbara Peterson David L. Pfeiffer Conrad & Jane Phillippi Dick & Marge Prass Catherine Racette Marion Price Royston Ruthanne Sandusky Norman & June Shapiro Shiloh Men’s Bridge Club Gila M. Smith Betty C. Snow Jim & Jean Sollenberger Gary & Carole Spencer Lois Marjorie Stroebel Voice of ‘44 William B. Weaver Beverly Williams FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($1,300—$1,399) THIRD TRANSIT ($4200 to $4,299) Zelda Eggleston Glassburn William & Connie Dawson Paul Glassburn SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) ($2900 to $2999) Caleb C. Clement, Sr. Caleb C. & Virginia Clement, Jr. Orrin & Carol Clement Ronald & Sydney Townsend Corbett Jon & Debr a Dedeaux Louis & Barbara Egolf Dedeaux Bruce & Sue Egolf George & Roberta Egolf Katherine Egolf Mary Bradney Egolf William & Carol Egolf William & Debra Egolf Lane Frank & Marvel Davison Townsend Steve & Mary Clement Vaughn Ruth Egolf Clement Caleb C. & Virginia Clement, Jr. Orrin & Carol Clement Ronald & Sydney Townsend Corbett Jon & Debr a Dedeaux Louis & Barbara Egolf Dedeaux Bruce & Sue Egolf George & Roberta Egolf Katherine Egolf Mary Bradney Egolf William & Carol Egolf William & Debra Egolf Lane Cash & Mary Jane Paulson Frank & Marvel Davison Townsend Steve & Mary Clement Vaughn Harry C. Egolf Orrin & Carol Clement Ronald & Sydney Townsend Corbett Jon & Debr a Dedeaux Louis & Barbara Egolf Dedeaux Bruce & Sue Egolf George & Roberta Egolf Katherine Egolf Mary Bradney Egolf William & Carol Egolf William & Debra Egolf Lane Steve & Mary Clement Vaughn Tom & Barbara Peterson Richard H. Egolf Orrin & Carol Clement Jon & Debra Dedeaux Louis & Barbara Egolf Dedeaux Bruce & Sue Egolf George & Roberta Egolf Katherine Egolf Mary Bradney Egolf William & Carol Egolf William & Debra Egolf Lane Steve & Mary Clement Vaughn William & Judith Wymer

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ATLANTIC BREAKWATER Page 30 The Panama Canal Museum Review Earl F. Unruh Olive L. Unruh Charles “Buddy” Williams Del Rae Allen American Mechanical Dredge & Argo Automation Hap & Beth Brandenburg John Patrick Coffey Anne Crotti-Wilson Katherine Egolf Charles & Sandra Hummer Todd & Anne Jarvis C. Todd Livengood Josefa & Elizabeth Lowe Carlton & Martha Luthas Vernon & Elizabeth Luthas Bob & Nikki Medinger Ed, Joan & Jason Ohman Carl A. Pinto Nancy Schorsch Jay Sieleman & Priscilla Hernandez Betty Snow William & Fran Stock Mark & Lanelle Tartar Beverly C. Williams James A. Yates FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $1,400—$1,499 PACIFIC ANCHORAGE SECOND TRANSIT ($1500-$1,599) Cdr. A. C. “Mike” and Eleanor Boyett Reginald & Beverly Boyett Hayden FIRST TRANSIT (DONORS) ($24 to $99) Claude E. Berger Nellree B. Berger Nellie Berger Walsh O’Neal Brown Nellree B. Berger Blanche Adler Browne Betty Brooks Stergion Grace Carey in Honor of Her 90th Birthday Pete & Marge Foster Shirley Walsh Derrico Nellree B. Berger Margorie Walsh Tuley Garner Nellree B. Berger Colby Geer Herbert S. Soltman Debra Geer Herbert S. Soltman Lindsay Geer Herbert S. Soltman William (Bill) Gianelli Robert Dawson Heidelberg High School Class of 2005 Lars Morales Virginia Hirons Mark Scheinbaum Charles W. & Sandra A. Hummer John W. & Rita H. Manly Lee Kariger Robert Lee Kariger Jim R. Kuhn, Jr. Josephine (Kuhn) Curtis Elaine Vestal Lewis R. Trendon Vestal Carly Marczak Mark F. Marczak Burt Mead James W. & Marie Morris Vic Melant Lloyd Roberts Diane Vestal Morris R. Trendon Vestal Panama Canal Society Harry D. Foster Marjorie Vanderslice Rosado George & Honey Bailey Dimitriadis “Last Man Out” CD Robert D. Bryan Amador Causeway ($100 to $199) Thomas C. Peterson, Past President Panama Canal Society Lauren Soltman Herbert Soltman Marjorie Brooks Tassinari Betty Brooks Stergion Balboa Yacht Club ($200 to $299) Norman & Alvera Davison on Their 90th Birthdays Lucille Abernathy Bridge of the Americas ($300 to $399) J. E. Dorn Thomas Jed & Janice Thomas, Jr. Patricia Thomas Tony, Stephanie, Andy, Joe, & Bill Thomas IN HONOR OF

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Page 31 VOLUME 5 ISSUE 1 Board of Trustees President Emeritus Charles W. Hummer, Jr President Joseph J. Wood Vice President Patricia Steiner Kearns Executive Vice President Katherine E. Egolf Secretary Barbara D. Peterson Treasurer Paul D. Glassburn Assistant to Treasurer Joan McCullough Ohman Audit Committee Jack Hern Collections Committee Paul Morgan, Ph.D. Development Committee J. Dorn Thomas Exhibit Committee Robert F. Zumbado Finance Committee Davis Stevenson Membership Committee Gayle Hasemann Tolbert Nominating Committee Thomas C. Peterson Public Relations Lesley Hendricks Special Projects Christian S. Skeie Strategic Planning Patricia Steiner Kearns Webmaster Joey Zornes Trustees Faith Brundage John Carlson J. Patrick Coffey Richard Cunningham Robert Dell James DesLondes Gerarde DeTore Marie Wright Gibson Reginald M. Hayden, Jr. Robert J. Karrer Richard D. Morgan Lewis A. Taber Muriel Whitman Board of Advisors Robert K. Dawson William R. Gianelli Thomas R. Goethals Walter P. Leber MUSEUM WANDERINGS PANAMA CANAL MUSEUM 7985 113th Street, Suite 100 Seminole, Florida 33772 Tel. (727)-394-9338 Fax (727)-394-2737 Email: office@panamacanalmuseum.org This newsletter is published by the Panama Canal Museum for its members, donors and benefactors. Additional copies can be obtained by writing or emailing the museum. The Museum is staffed one part-time office manage r and volunteers who graciously donate their time and skills to ca rry on the work of the museum. We acknowledge and thank our many benefactors, donors, volunteers and friends who continue to assist this important project. Membership Representatives Southern California Joan De Grummond Tina Cartotto Ressa zonejoan@aol.com Carolinas Alice Latimer compcouns@aol.com Miami, Florida Hindi Diamond hindi@bellsouth.net Ormond Beach, Florida Mickey Walker Fitzgerald mickeyftz@aol.com Pensacola, Florida Barbara Egolf Dedeaux dedeaux1@cox.net Barbara Vose-Kulig czbarbv@hotmail.com Sarasota, Florida Tom & Barbara Peterson tommypete@worldnet.att.net Tampa Bay, Florida Muriel Whitman Cristobal43@tampabay.rr.com Atlanta, Georgia Marie Drake mardrake@juno.com Pacific Northwest Dan & Pat Nellis chdarwin9581@toast.net Poconos Gordon Davis Gdavis1@comcast.net Kerrville, Texas Jo-Anne Fields Joanne_fields@hotmail.com Seattle, Washington Marilyn Abreau Stevens momthept@aol.com Museum president, Chuck Hummer meets with Interoceanic Canal Museum staff, Gabriel Garcia,Elda Riso Public Relations, and Dr. Angeles Ramos Baquero Director, in Panama City. Panama City Mayor Juan Carlos Navarro Panama First Vice President, Samuel Lewis and museum representatives, John Carlson, Chris Skeie and Karen Saum at ceremony honoring the museum and its president, Chuck Hummer

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THE PANAMA CANAL MUSEUM MISSION The mission of the Panama Canal Museum is to preserve the history of the American era of the Panama Canal (19041999). The museum collects artifacts, documents and othe r items of historical importance and interest, which are accessible in person and on the Internet. Its purpose is to enable research and education in the history of the accomplishments of the United States of America in the construction, operation, maintenance and defense of the Panama Canal as a service to the Worlds maritime and naval communities in the twentieth century. It also collects, documents, catalogs, preserves, stores, exhibits, interprets and enables research on a variety of items illustrative of the lives and work of the Panam Canal workforce and supporting communities. It is intended to be of particular interest to former residents of the Canal Zone and their descendants as well as students, scholars, genealogists, and others who have an interest in this unique achievement. The emphasis is on memorializing the contributions of individuals, families and organizations of the United States, as well as those of the French, West Indians, Panamanians and others who helped to create and operate the Panama Canal. Page 32 The Panama Canal Museum Review Dues are $24 per calendar year.