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Panama Canal Museum Review

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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: 2006

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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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Source Institution: Panama Canal Museum
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00095849/00013

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: 2006

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: UF00095849:00013


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The Panama Canal Museum as part of its series of mini exhibits during the "2006: Year of the Museum" will cooperate with SAMAAP (Sociedad de Amigos del Museo Afroantillano de Panama/Society of Friends of the West Indian Museum of Panama) to bring to the museum in Seminole an exhibit titled West Indians in Panama during the American Era The exhibit will consist of photographs that illustrate the themes of€ immigration, € labor, € education, € religion and € family as they pertain to the West Indian community in Panama. Karen Saum a member of both SAMAAP and the Panama Canal Museum, has been coordinating the exhibit with Romy Lombardo SAMAAP Museum Director, and the membership of SAMAAP in Panama and volunteers of the Panama Canal Museum in Seminole. She says, "It has been a moving experience working with these two communities that have so much in common, both descendants of those courageous people who built that Wonder of the World, the Panama Canal." This exhibit also coincides with International Museum Day on May 18th, the theme of which this year is "Museums and Young People." All young people (and young at heart people!) are cordially invited to visit the Panama Canal Museum to see both this special mini exhibit from a museum in Panama and the Panama Canal Museum's permanent exhibit. The West Indian Museum of Panama was inaugurated by the Panamanian government on December 22, 1980, as a tribute to the West Indian immigrants MUSEUM HOSTS WEST INDIAN EXHIBIT SPRING/SUMMER 2006 VOLUME 6 ISSUE 1 Affiliations € American Association of Museums € American Association for State and Local History € Dun & Bradstreet € BuyforCharity.com € Canal Zone Study Group € Council of American Maritime Museums € Florida Association of Museums € Guidestar.com € Isthmian Collectors Club € Leave a Legacy Program € Panama Canal Society, Inc. € Panama National Institute for Culture € Sociedad de Amigos del Museo Afro Antilleano de Panama € St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce € World Ocean Observatory THE PANAMA CANAL MUSEUM who came to Panama to build the railroad and the Canal. This Museum occupies the building which at one time was the Christian Mission Church, founded in 1910. The West Indian Museum, like most of the other museums in Panama, is a part of the government entity known as the 'Patrimonio Histrico' of the National Institute of Culture (INAC). West Indian workers laying brick in the street in front of the freight office of the Railroad Company, Colon, 1907

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Page 2 The Panama Canal Museum Review Since 2001, the Museum has featured an annual calendar with a specific theme each year. The calendars are sold through the museum store with proceeds going to the museum. We would like to highlight the talent of former Canal area artists in a future calendar (hopefully 2007) Therefore, if you are an artist who used to live in the Canal area and are willing to grant permission for us to use a photograph of your oil painting, water color, sketch, etc., please contact the Museum as soon as possible. The subject matter should relate to Panama, the Panama Canal, or the former Canal Zone. Please send either a hard copy glossy 8Ž x 10Ž photograph or a disc with CD resolution of 300 dpi JPEG or TIFF. MUSEUM PROVIDES REGISTRY OF MILITARY AT REUNION EXHIBIT The Panama Canal Museum will honor the proud and longstanding tra dition of Zonians in military service from WW I to the present as part of this year's special museum exhibit during the Pa nama Canal Society Reunion. A listing of Zonians who have served in the U.S. Armed Services and members of the U.S. Arme d Services who served in the Canal Zone and Panama will be posted and available for all to see. For purposes of our ex hibit the services recognized ar e the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. M arine Corps, U.S. Army Air Corps, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Merchant Marine. To date over 1000 names of military honorees have been compiled If you would like to register yourself or someone else who served submit the name, high school attended and class ye ar or Canal Zone affiliation, and the service to Bob Zumbado (bobzmarz@aol.com) or to the museum (pancanalmuseum@aol.com). For example: Name: John Doe High school or CZ affiliation: CH S-47 or Locks Division or Ft. Davis Service: USA Place make your submissions by June 30, 20 06. Write-in registration will be available in the exhibit room during the reunion. Museum Team participates in 2006 Walk to DFeet ALS For the second year, the Panama Canal Museum fielded a team in the ALS Walk to support President Emeritus, Chuck Hummer The walk is sponsored by the Florida Chapter of th e ALS Association to raise funds for research and patient care. ALS, also known a Lou Gehrigs Disease in an incurable neuromuscular disease. Chuck was joined by his wife, Sandra Kathy Egolf, Paul Glassburn, Gerry DeTore, Bob and Marguerite Zumbado Elizabeth Neilly and Shawn and Shannon Bales The team solicited donations and raised over $6,000 for the walk.

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Page 3 The Panama Canal Museum Review Out of the blue, Trustee Joan Ohman received an email from an old friend, Peggy Huff suggesting a fund raiser for the museum, Would it be OK?Ž From that email grew a great grassroots fund raising project that can spread nation wide. The suggestionhave a Bunco party, invite all the friends in the local area, combine it with a covered dish pot luck, make it a fun party, and charge a $20 entry fee with all proceeds going to the museum. The Museum Board, thrilled to get this spontaneous offer of support, said, ŽBy all means, go ahead. And the museum will provide some of the prizes from its Gift Store.Ž That started in motion a very successful event that combined a great social and fun game evening with food and refreshments. Zonian favorites, Johnny Mazzeti, ceviche and empanadas along with other goodies were served. What could be better? The First Space Coast Bunco Party was hosted by Richard Lemon at his Dog 'n' Bone British Pub, Cocoa Village. Peggy, with the help of Kathy McConnaughy and Fran Meyer, organized the event and it proved to be a true fun evening. The Winners of the 1st Space Coast Bunco Fund Raiser for the Panama Canal Museum are: Sheryl Alberga, Diane Croce, Laurie Simmons, Blythe Grossman Janice Scott took the prize for the most buncos for the evening. Door prizes were donated by PC Museum Joan Ohman Joe & Bev Wood, Renee Krimminger, Diana Grimison, Janice Scott, Dennis & Peggy Huff, and the Dog 'n' Bone Pub. The result; a $770 donation to the museum in the name of the Space Coast Panazonians getting them started on their first transit of the Museums Wall of Honor. On their first time out, the SCP are now at Gaillard Cut and headed for the Gold Coast Bird Speed.Ž They hope this will be an annual event and others across the U.S. and Panama will start their own Bunko tournament around the same week-end of the year. Maybe even have a Bunco Tournament at the Reunion! Peggy is willing to share what she did to put it together to anyone that wants to organize a tournament in their area. Peggy can be contacted by email at: phuff@cfl.rr.com GRASSROOTS SUPPORT BIG SUCCESS The Winners of the 1st Space Coast Bunco Fund Raiser Laurie Simmons Diane Croce,Sheryl Alberga, Blythe Grossman Host, Richard Lemon, at his Dog 'n' Bone British Pub, Cocoa Village Janice Scott celebrates winning most buncos for the evening. Space Coast Panazonians

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Page 4 The Panama Canal Museum Review MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT One of the most rewarding aspects of being involved with the museum for the past 8 years has been the opportunity to work with some truly dedicated and enthusiastic people striving to achieve a common goal – to preserve the history of the American Era of the Panama Canal. The museum’s officers and members of the Board of Trustees work tirelessly and without compensation to carry out the numerous tasks and duties required to keep their and your museum going and growing. It is a tribute to their efforts that we have come so far in such little time. Beyond that group, we are also fortunate that other individuals have come forward at various times with fund-raising ideas or to volunteer their skills, talents and creati vity. A few examples of these are described below: In 2004, Sarah Finkelstein came to us with her idea for creating a cookbook on Canal Cuisine. After almost a year of hard work by Sarah and her team ( Cissy Collins Sis Medinger Catherine Goodrich Jerry Fields and Joey Zornes ), the cookbook became a reality – and a huge success. Our first 500 sold out in three days at the Reunion. Our second printing has almost sold out and we have just ordered our third printing. As “Icing on the Cake,” the cookbook won first place (with a $3000 check for the museum) in the publisher’s annual nationwide cookbook contest! Last year, Cheryl Russell proposed a Mola exhibit for the museum. She canvassed the country to gather a unique collection of Molas for our display. The exhibit was a rousing success! Now, Cheryl is working with Canal Zone and Panamanian artists to create a museum calendar of their works that will serve to preserve and acknowledge th eir contributions to the American Era. In April of this year, Peggy Huff and her "Blinky Bunco Babes" team came up with an idea to hold a “Bunco” game as a Space Coast Fund-raiser for the museum. It was a great success and all who attended had a blast, so much so that they are already asking when they can do it again! June (Barlow) Reisz working with Carlson-Wagonlit Travel Agency, came to us several years ago with an idea for fund-raising cruises for the museum, which have proven to be very popular and have raised a lot of money for us. We plan to continue them and to keep looking for new and exciting destinations for our travelers. Lori (Stevenson) Snow is supporting the museum by donating a percentage of her proceeds from Condor Outfitters Travel Agency on their tour-guided trips to Panama. These are but just a few examples of how creative and talented people can help the museum raise much needed funds to keep our legacy going. If there are ways in which you can offer your time, talents or ideas in furtherance of our mission, we would love to have you on our team. I assure you, it is a very good feeling to be part of this extraordinary effort to preserve our history. Joe Wood

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Page 5 The Panama Canal Museum Review Born and raised in the Panama Canal Zone, Katherine E. Egolf attended Canal Zone schools, graduating from Balboa High School in 1961. She received a B.A. in 1965 from Western College, Oxford, Ohio, and a M.Ed. in 1968 from the University of New Hampshire. In 1973-1974 she attended the University of Texas at Austin on a sabbatical and participated in a program that involved the study and practice of school administration. When Ms. Egolf returned to the Canal Zone to teach in 1967, she became the third generation of both her mother’s and father’s families to work for the Canal. In the course of her career there, she worked full-time as a teacher or administrator in four different elementary schools and Curundu Junior High School, taught music in eight elementary schools on both sides of the isthmus one year, and served as supervisor of instruction in all the U.S. elementary schools there for one year. In 1975-76 she was a representative to the Governor’s Advisory Committee on the Gifted and Talented; and she served as a teacher representative to the Advisory Council on Dependents’ Education, Department of Education, in Washington, DC, from 1981 until 1983, when she became a school administrator. At the time of her retirement in 1990, she had been Principal of Balboa Elementary School for four years. Ms. Egolf’s outside-of-school activities during those y ears included membership in and service as president of the Isthmian College Club and the Isthmian Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, an honorary educational fraternity. As a member and officer of the Isthmian College Club, she was instrumental in bringing book fairs to the Canal schools, which helped to fund scholarships for high school graduates there. She edited and co-edited the Phi Delta Kappa newsletter for many years and wrote the chapter on Balboa Elementary School for a 1979-1990 update of Phi Delta Kappa’s book on Schooling in the Panama Canal Zone She also served as piano accompanist for a number of isthmian musical groups, productions, and events. Since her 1990 retirement, Ms. Egolf worked in St. Peters burg, FL, for several years as a facilitator in the Great Explorations Hands On Museum a nd as a church pianist/organist. She has been active in the Mid-Pinellas Branch of the American Association of University Wome n, having served as its president in 1996-1998 and on its presidential steering committee now and in 2000-2001, and has been a member of the Pinellas Park Public Library Board since 1994. In addition to her work as a member of the Panama Canal Museum’s Board of Directors since 1998, her Panama Canal-related activities have included editing a book on the Union Churches of the Canal Zone and helping Donna Gillis research info rmation on the small Canal Zone town of Gamboa in Washington, DC; Atlanta; and Panama. Ms. Egolf has thoroughly enjoyed her work as the museum ’s Collections Committee Chair and Vice President and Executive Vice President currently. “It is exciting being a part of our important mission to preserve the history of the Panama Canal and coming in contact so frequently with interesting and appreciative members and visitors. I want to thank all of you who are helpi ng support the museum in so many ways,” Ms. Egolf says about her role with the museum. Board Profile—KATHERINE E. EGOLF, Executive VP In recognition of the Roosevelt Medal and its importance to honor the contributions of dedicated American workers, the museum established a Roosevelt Medal Certificate Program. Under the tutelage of trustee, J. Dorn Thomas, special custom certificates are available that list the medal holder, the number of his or her medal and the number of service bars, if any, are contained on th e certificate along with the names of the descendent of the medal holder. Certificates can be ordered directly from Thomas at the address below: J. Dorn Thomas Roosevelt Medal Certificate Program 1809 Elmart Lane Richmond, VA Email: panmule@erols.com

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SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $1,500—$1,599 Page 6 The Panama Canal Museum Review Donald D. Adams Tracy & Jeanette Altman John Ambrose Rosemarie Ashton Judy Baerg Charles & Robin Harrison Baker Lionel L. & Marisue Jones Barfield, Jr. Richard & Sandy Batton John & Ann Beers Annie Siebrands Bennett Donia Berger James T. & Florence Bird Patricia (Rogers) Bisgrove Dr. W. Eugene Bondurant Jim & Diane Bradley Robert J. Brandenberger Marjorie Brigadier Bill Browder Merrill R. Brown John V Brown Shirley Bruce John E. & Michele Bundy Ray & Justine Bunnell Jim & Susan (McCullough) Burk Joan Anderson Carlson Stephen, Tina Johann, Evan & Tessa Cartotto Jim Catron Peggy, Deanne, Jason & Jamie Childs Dale C. Clarke Steven & Freda Clarke Jim & Karen Husum Clary Gary L. & Mary C. Collins John B. & Joan V. Corliss Robert G. & Nikola Crooks Richard & Lynn Cunningham Tom Cunningham Maria Dolly Currie Bob & Jessie Daniel Margaret Elmore Dansie Lisa Lynn Day Stella Boggs De Marr Joan Ridge DeGrummond Gerry DeTore Florence Dempsey Dan & Mary DesLondes Sheila Reynolds Dillow Judith Rogers Domenicucci Jim & Clover Shobe Duffus Clare Dyer David A. Ellis Mary Esslinger Guy & Mary Linda (Wells) Fealey Robert & Jackie Fearon Sarah G. Finkelstein Joe & LuAnn Finkelstein Matt Finkelstein Norris Fussell Capt. Alvin L. Gallin, USN Clara E. Gath Richard "Rick" Gayer John & Velma Geisinger JoAn Gilman Beatriz Murphy Gilmore Luke Givens John K. Brayton Robert J. Roy, Sr. William J. McKeown, Jr. Edward K. Wilburn Steve & Mary Clement Vaughn Dave & Elizabeth Jane Hilliard Grover Matheney Robert & Colleen Mate Edward & Geraldine Corbett BSA, Explorer Post 21 Balboa, Canal Zone PACIFIC ANCHORAGE THIRD TRANSIT (SUSTAINING DONOR) $3,000—$3,099 Curtis Fitzgerald FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $24—$99 As of 4/15/05 FIFTH TRANSIT ( DONOR) $6,000—$6,099 S. Griffin McClellan III

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Page 7 The Panama Canal Museum Review Sylvia D. Goldmann Liz Simons Grafe William H. Grant, Jr. Rebecca A. Green T. Richard & Diana Grimison Mary Ann Hughens Hallett Mary Jane Woodruff Hamlyn John D & Vera L Hanna Beattie & Kathleen Hendricks Richard & Ruth Hern Tom & Ann Hickey James Hicks Jim & Bev Higley Jack & Marian Hilliard Rita Duran de Hofmann Roy G. & Marlys Hohmann Peggy (Hale) Huff James E. & Joan A. Huffman Bob & Katie Hughes Louise R. Hunt Patricia D. Hunt William R. & Dorothy E. Hunter Paul W. Hurst Patrick B. Hutchings, Jr. Gary & Judy (Beeby) Inman Joe Jenkins Richard & Vilma Johnson Don & Melinda Johnston Lois M. Jones Paul & Margaret Karst William H. Keenan Kurt & Jeannette Kersch, LCDR & Mrs. Carol Dimpfl Kourany Olive Kalar Krouse Barbara Whitman Lancaster David L. Lane Maria Luisa Langman Raymond N. Larson Arthur W. LeBrun Aurora F. LeBrun Bea Lee Margaret Leigh Janet G. Len-Rios Elaine Vestal Lewis Susan (Knapp) Light Judith R. Lindsay Marion Bradley Linkh Thaddeus Lipzinski Betty Bradley London Edwin R. Longanacre James Leroy Lundy Judy Hotz Massa James & Peggy Flynn Mattey John Mayles Irene R. McCracken Don & Karen McCullough Edward & Jill McGrath Jon P. McGraw Barbara McKenna Barry F. McLaughlin Sis Paige Medinger James W. & Sofia M. Meyer James R. & Norma B. Miller Carole Walker Miller Vicki Minden Robert N. Moolchan Florence Ann (Barbour) Moore Charles Morris William & Jean Muller John W. Muller Agnes Mulroy Robert & Shirley (Million) Muse Don & Dorles Musselman K. Nisheeth Naidu Alice R Nail Stephen Nehring Mary Lou Jablonski Nelson Robert J. & M. Frances Norman Jim O'Donnell, Jr. Marjorie McCauley Ochstein Jason E Ohman Mary Olivella & Family Keith Olsen Arvid Olson Florence M. Owen Rev. Clarence C. Payne Elizabeth A. Perkins Captain & Mrs. Ralph Plummer Don Ponder Lynn Pridgen Fred B. Raines Mary Rebhan Carol (Conyne) Rescigno Michael and Christine (Cartotto) Ressa Ben Richards Jim & Maritza Riley, Jr. Capt. Hal Robinson Burton & Carolyn Rodman Ned Rose Daniel & Jodi Saltzman Blanquita McNatt Schield Robert U. Schultz Leo, Grace & Karen Shadeck Rogelio A. Shan Culbert H. Shedlock Pedro M. Simmons Paula J. Chodakowski Lloyd & Margaret Spradlin Gwendolyn Stegmeier Freda F. Stohrer Capt. Malcolm & Jean Stone Carl L. Swenson Shirley Z. Swenson James & Lena (Barrows) Templeton Howard T. Tettenburn Mary Alice Thomas George Thompson Rochelle (Stubblefield) Thompson Judean "Judy" Thompson William R. Thrift Capt. & Mrs. Philip L. Tomlet III Barbara Usher Peter Van Overen Yolanda Velez-Woodman Roger R Weidoff Jimmie C. Wickham Margaret F. Wiggin Giff & Evelyn Wilde Rose Marie B. Wildsmith Richard A. Williams Roberta (Hollander) WilliamsonMusco Rhonda Wolter Craig & Heather Wood Brian & Karina Wood Wayne & Katherine Worthington Elizabeth L. Yerxa Maria "Connie" Young Jean E. Young Joey Zornes PACIFIC ANCHORAGE (Continued)

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Page 8 The Panama Canal Museum Review Bonnie J. Abellera Barry & Jackie Abels Harry Akers, Jr. Gertrude Foreman Alexander Victoria (Hollowell) Allen Frank J Allston Milton & Shirley Altmark American Mechanical Dredge, Inc E. W. & Mary E. (Howard) Ames Frank Anderson, Jr. Valerie (Coyle) Anderson Lori Anthony Bob Armitage Pauline A. Arnold Laura Moser Austin Julie J. Baglien John & Jean Baker Robert C. Baldwin Frank A. Baldwin Marvin R. Banton Bill & Lynn Barber Louis J. Barbier Larry Barkema Robert & Joann (Foster) Baum John H. & Eleanor Burkholder Jean & Doris Burns W. R. "Bob" Byrd Mario E. & Melinda Calleja Jack Campbell Ellen P. Castles Felipi Cazobon Enrique Chaves Richard A. Cheville Donald & Patricia Clark Balboa High School Class of 1948 Cristobal High School Class of 1968 Balboa High School Class of 1980 Patrick Coakley Jim & Jane (Kaufer) Cochrane John B. Coffey James & Dulie (Wright) Coffey Thomas G. Coffin Paul I. Cole Clare H. Coleman Albert & Anita Collins Anna T. Collins Helen F. Cook Robert & Maureen Copeskey Eugene & Louise (Scigliane) Bauman Bob & Mitzi (Siegel) Beers Neil Belland I. Robert Berger Bedford H. & Marcia B. Berrey, M.D. Dale & Jacqueline D. Bishop David & Diana Bishop Betty J. Blanchette Don & Geneva Boland Sheila A. Gilbert Bolke Capt. Justin J. Bonanno Robert & Vicki Boukalis Arleen Randall Bowers Lt Col Robert & Mary Jill Bowman Audrey Benoit Bowman Judy Boyle Richard Brady Gerald P. Brennan Thomas A. Brennan Andrew D. Brewer Retta Spitzer Brock Bertha B. Brown Dianne Brown Dean & Lucienne Bruch FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $100—$199 SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $1,600—$1,699 Alan R. Ford Class of 1954 Balboa/Cristobal High Schools AMADOR CAUSEWAY NINETEENTH TRANSIT (ROOSEVELT CIRCLE) $27,100$27,199 Leo Krziza8 SEVENTH TRANSIT (SUPPORTING FELLOW) $9,100$9,199 Lucille Abernathy James P. MacLaren NINTH TRANSIT (PATRON) $12,100$12199 Frank R. & Helen F. Leves

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Page 9 The Panama Canal Museum Review David, Marcy & Darien Corrigan Allen H. & Edie (Smith) Cotton Marla Hackett Cramer Richard and Janet Cressy Anne H. Crotti-Wilson Tommie A. & Jennye A. (Stephens) Davidson Clifton L. Day, Jr. Kenneth & Helen DeGhetto Virginia Glines DeGregory Jon & Debra Dedeaux James & Linda DesLondes William G. Dickerson George & Honey Bailey Dimitriadis William R. Dockery Chuck Douglas William & Hide Drew William & Elaine Duffus Bonnie B. Dunbar Bill & Betty Dunning Paul & Connie Ebdon John M. Eberenz Isabel Wood Egan Ruth H. Elich Bonnie Engel Karen R. Engeseth COL (Ret) & Mrs. Edward & Andra Nash English Evo & Joan Ersalesi Gretchen Diez Evans Phyllis Everson John & Marion Fahnestock, Jr. Murray and Candy Falk Joanne Flynn Farley George F. Fenton, Sr. Jo-Anne Fields Greg & Vicki (Baldwin) Fischer J. Robert & Monica Fisher Mabelle Fitzgerald Merrilyn Forbes Robert W & Joan Foreman Woody & Ruth Foster Peter W. & Marjorie Foster Willard J. French Gene French Robert E. French Cheryl L. Fritz Kenneth & Fern Fugleberg Roberta J. Gabel Lisa Gagliano Cathy Gagliano William J. Gansen George Garcia Capt. Donald P. Garrido James & Dorothy Gerhart Margaret S. Hutchison Jerry G. Irwin Robert M. Jack Eugene F. Jaworski Dixie Stoudnor Jeavons Richard L & Barbara Schnake Jeffers Ivan L. Jenkins Olga S. Jennings Robert & Carolyn Johnson Nira Reyes Johnson Harvey & Vickie (van't Veld) Johnson Thomas M. Jordan Hubert & Margot Jordan Clara S. Jorstad Jean Dough Judge Philip L. Judson Robert L. & Donna Kariger Robert J. Karrer, Jr. Bill & Jeanette Keepers Peggy (Magee) Keller Louis & Sook Keller Carol A. Kelly Charlotte Kerksiek Bill & Babe (Flynn) Kessler Loretta (Lori) King Robert & Helen Kirby Edward T. Kirchmier, Jr. Glenda (Lewis) Kochel Nina B. Kosik Kathleen Kredell Janice Spencer LaCapra Philip D. Lampert William & Debra Lane Robert G. Lanphear LaVerne Larrabee Dr. Charles & Alice Latimer Charles & Lucille "Sandy" LeBrun Betty LeDoux Walter P. Leber Roland J. & Patricia C. Lees LTC Robert R. Leisy Mary L. Lerchen Michael & Elaine (Peterson) Little Isabella Z. Lively John & Joan Long Guy & Mary Lord Joseph Lorenzo Vernon & Elizabeth Luthas Agnes Fettle Lyman Al & Joy Maale Charles MacDonald Daniel H. MacElrevey, Capt. Martha Adelaide Mackereth Carly Marczak Mildred E. Marquez Betsy Gillis Jim Gillis Thomas A. & Susan A. Gomez Richard Gonzalez Eddie B. & Catherine Goodrich Clara Gorin Jeremiah & Rosalind Gorin Rita Goulet William R. & Susanne K. Graham Richard & Beverly (Buehler) Grassy Barbara Green Arlene E. Greene Lavinia Greene Alice (O'Neal) Grove Mary (Torstenson) Gruman Eric Gunn Vincent & Pam (Maedl) Gutowski Philip A. Hale Thomas M. Hale Susan G. Hall Patricia (Howard) Hall Liza Hall & Jesse Easudes Edward H. Halsall Robert B. Hamilton Milli (Sandrone) Hammer Max William Hanna Peggy Ann Hansen Terrie (Strey) Harmon Jerry and Betty Harrell Robert Hassler William J. Hatchett John D. Hayes Carol Heintz Frances Hennessey Walter & Sandra (Zumbado) Herbert Beatrice Hibler Geoff Hibner Mildred M. Hickey Leslie & Annette Highley Virginia Hirons L. Harrell Hixon Marianne (Field) Hockin Helen Holland David C Hollowell Ann Keigley Holshouser C. William Homa Bruce & Chris Homa John M. Hood Larry & Mary Elle n (Stacy) Horine Gordon & Joan Hoyt Willard & Kathleen Huffman Ove and Wilma (Billie) Hultin Jim Hunt Harris Hurst George T. Husum AMADOR CAUSEWAY (Continued)

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BALBOA YACHT CLUB Page 10 The Panama Canal Museum Review AMADOR CAUSEWAY (Continued) SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $1,700—$1,799 Blanche A. Browne Lee & Marian Kariger Thomas R. Goethals Olive L. Unruh John T. Marshall Norma (Stillwell) Martin Teresa D. Martinez David & Victoria Matt Valerie Smith McAlister Edgar R. McArthur, Jr. Pat & Peggy Ann McCarragher Capt. Richard A. McClean William J. McConaughey Barbara McDougal Noreen L McGaughey Don & Joan McKeon Robert R McMillan Gail McNally & Herb Dawson Children Virginia McLaren McWilliams Burt & Carol Mead John Metivier Nicole Meyer Margery A. Connard Meyer Lars & Marcela Morales John A. & Margaret Kuhn Morales John & Joann Morton Lt. Col. Mark Moser NW Arkansas Pana ma Canal Society Betty Lockwood Newman Esther R. Niskanen Hugh Norris Willy & Wilma Nowotny Carol O'Donnell-Jones Jerry & Alyce A. (Thomas) O'Neal Robert H. Orr Thomas C. Orr MIguel Hugo Osborne Diane Zerr Park Gloria M. Parker Jane Wilson Parvin Diane Pearson Mitchie H. Perkins Arthur C. Perry (USMC Ret.) John T. Petersen Chuck & Sharon Phelan Noble A. Phillips Mary Lou Clegg, Genealogy Periodicals Marc Quinn Patricia Quinn Betty M. Rathgeber John E. Rathgeber, Jr. Arlene H. Reider David & Velma Reilly Norma N. Reitzel Helen Hasemann Ress Ramon & Laura Reyes Barbara F. Reyle Beatrice M. Rhyne John E. Richardson James Ridge, Jr. Jeffrey J. Riley James W. Riley, Sr. Gerry & Kristin Risberg Tom C. Robertson, Jr. Joanne (Steiner) Robinson James J. Roddy Sam & Beverly Rowley Wally & Dee Dee Russon Don & Joni Ryter Henry Sakaida Jayne Armstrong Samson Phil & Debra Sanders Jack W. Sanders John E. Schmidt, Jr. Valeria Schroeter Lillian Norris Schwarz George B. Schwindeman Catherine (Goodrich) Scribner Paul H. Shacklette Helen M. Shapiro Rebecca Sharp Frank L. Sharp Doral & Irene Smith Gila M. Smith Gilbert M. & Pauline "Sue" Pincus Smith John R. & Evelyn "Tommy" Smith Joseph & Anne Snyder Larry D. Solien Herbert S. Soltman Jeanne Sperry Carol Ann DeMesy Sponberg Al & Marsha Sprague Sprague Editions Ellen (Clute) Starkey Michael & Elaine Stephenson Reginald H. Sterns John B. & Joyce Stevens Thomas Stewart Annette Godby Stocking Jack L. Streeter Frances E. Summerford Clarence (Chick) E. Sykes Mary M. Taake Alice J. Taber Teresa Tartar Marjorie B. Tassinari Barbara (Wesley) Taylor Kathryn (Argo) Taylor Capt. Charles H. Taylor Wallace Teal Lance Terrell Charles & Josephine Thomas Jane (Holgerson) Thompson Harriet Thurgood Nellie Toland Joan (Reilly) Townshend David & Lisa Trimble Beth Trout Sara Collinge Ulrich Joan D. Vickery Joan M. Voyles Mary Sharon (Stahl) Wacha Annie Torbert Wainio Stuart & Corina Waldman Richard C. & Diane H. Wallace Ed Wardlow/Vicki Sizemore Harvey N. Watkins John C. Watson James & Alice Weir

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Page 11 The Panama Canal Museum Review Panama Historical Society Ingrid K. Anderson Gary S. Anderson William E. Arnold, Jr. Aristea Arosemena Matthew & Katie Baas Leona Badonsky Virginia Bartels Barbara L. Barton Carl N. Berg Terri Lynn Gramlich Bianchi Virginia Bingham September Blain William P. Brady Margaret (Cauthers) Braun Bevilie G. Brigman Peggy Morgan Brown Helen (Anderson) Brown Pamela A. Brown Dick & Ingrid Bryan Colin & Rosemary Campbell Vernon & Ruth Caturia Dorris Chollar Marie Susanne (Sue) Sartain Clark Howard & Emmy Lou Clarke Balboa High School Class of 1961 Orrin & Carol Clement Gertrude G. Clontz Lyn "Mimi" Stratford Collins James B. Coman, Jr. Sydney B. Corbett Varney T. Cornwell, Jr. Edna (Hart) Crandall Rudolph & Delia Crespo Janet Potter Cunningham Edward & Judith Cunningham Josephine Kuhn Curtis Lynda Donley Dally Joyce Masters Danford Margaret Davidson Thelma Davis Rich & Tina M. Detar Virginia Ridge Dolim George & Ann Downing Dorothy Englebright Dunn Bruce & Sue Egolf Louis E. Engelke John & Laurie Engelke Helen (Wikingstad) Ethridge Roberta L. Evans Carolyn Sanders Falasca Randal C & Cam ille Robertson Al & Marilyn Romaneski Phillipa Rosales Capt. Don A. Ross and Family Robert & Cheryl Russell Agnes Santomenno Wendell & Donna Sasso Nancy Schorsch George & Virginia Schultz Anthony & Raquel Scottino, Jr. Kathleen Lavallee Sears Charles A. & Norine (Dillman) Simms Michael & Sharon Smith Peter & Connie Smith Lester & Andrea Smith Lori Stevenson Snow Ed & Adrienne Stallworth Clarke Steven Thomas & Connie Stoakley Duncan W. Summerford Maurice A. Tewinkel Chuck & Cynthia Thomas Elizabeth C. Thompson George & Arlene Tochterman Aaron & Joan Hensler Toscar John & Lynn Turner Capt. Wilbur & Mrs. Dorothy Vantine R. Trendon Vestal John H. Viall Frances (Farrell) Viglielmo Jeanne Wagner James & Stacia Walsh Fred E. Wells Thomas L. White Joseph H. & Marilyn White, Jr. James Faulkner & Ethel (Sandmann) Wich Irene Will Beverly Williams COL Nevin R. W illiams, USA (Ret) John & Edith (Huff) Willoughby Julie Young Richard S. & Virginia Zornes United Way of the Inland Valleys Jani Faris Leslie Dugas Firth Mark Ford J. Thomas & Julee L. Ford Ralph K. "Tony" & Dorothy Frangioni Willie K. Friar Geraldine A. Gagnon William R. Gianelli Llori Gibson Richard A. Goldsberry Kenneth E. Goldsberry, Jr. Beverly A. Gramlich Jonathon J. Green G. Wheeler Griffin Rick, Lynn (Budreau) & Alessandra Gritt Louis C. Hasemann Mary Abele Hollenstine Carlton & Eliz abeth Horine Robert L. Hummer Betty (Crooks) Ingram Stephen D. Jablonski Todd & Anne Jarvis John P. Jenkins Jane Jennison-Williams Ross & Beatrice (Wohlfarth) Kongable Randall "Bo" C. Lane Bonita (Ensey) Leavitt Charles Leves Mary Griffin Lynch Richard & Ruth Mallett Dottie Manthorne Mark F. Marczak Annette (Kelly) Marsh Joanne (Reccia) Mays Judi McCullough Kathyleen R. Miller James R. Nellis Anita J. Oberholtzer Russell E. Oberholtzer Harold R. & Patricia Parfitt Harriet R. Patterson Mike Perry Barbara Prenzlau Burley & Peggy Pruett Louise C. Rainier Bobbie Jo (Oglesby) Rebennack Walter R. Reeves, Jr. James & Elizabeth Richardson Ann (Merlino) Richardson FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $200—$299 BALBOA YACHT CLUB (Continued)

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BRIDGE OF THE AMERICAS TENTH TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING PATRON) $13,800—$13,899 Estate of Anna Ruth Werkheiser 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 SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $1,900—$1,999 Hobey & Lisa Richey, MD Carol F. Meyer Page 12 The Panama Canal Museum Review SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $1,800—$1,899 Peg Milliken Richard & Bette Swearingen Bob Redfield & Carolyn Merry

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THIRD TRANSIT (SUPPORTING DONOR) $3,400—$3,499 James C. Cook FOURTH TRANSIT (SUSTAINING DONOR) $5,000—$5,099 Albert & Jane Nahmad C. B. Fenton & Co., S.A. FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $400—$499 Virginia M. Angle Dave & Barbara Curles Aycock BHS Class of 1990 Everett & Marian Evans Blair Paula J. Boger Adamary Anderson Bright John & Dona Jones Brophy Charles A. Cavanaugh, Jr. Richard G. & Mary L. Condon Fred N. Dahl Judy Walton Davis Madeleine Dolan Marie Pierobon Drake Rebecca A. Erhart Fannie Mae Foundation George Fryer Bill & Arlene (Lim) Gamble Suzanne Shutt Griffin Joann (Hummer) Haugen Elaine E. Heyd Bernice R. Jackson Henry K. Johnstone Kenneth M. Jorgensen Joseph P. & Lucille Kane Herbert Lewis Al E. Lombana Doug Mackie Sheila McDaniel Sydney & Stella Stevenson Joanne "Jay" L. Stewart Robert Wallace William H. & Judith (Johnson) Wymer Page 13 The Panama Canal Museum Review MIRAFLORES LOCKS (Continued) Virginia M. Angle Dave & Barbara Curles Aycock Everett & Marian Evans Blair Paula J. Boger Adamary Anderson Bright John & Dona Jones Brophy Charles A. Cavanaugh, Jr. Richard G. & Mary L. Condon Fred N. Dahl Judy Walton Davis Madeleine Dolan Joseph P. & Lucille Kane Herbert Lewis Al E. Lombana Doug Mackie Sheila McDaniel Sydney & Stella Stevenson Joanne "Jay" L. Stewart Robert Wallace William H. & Judith (Johnson) Wymer Marie Pierobon Drake Rebecca A. Erhart Fannie Mae Foundation George Fryer Bill & Arlene (Lim) Gamble Suzanne Shutt Griffin Joann (Hummer) Haugen Elaine E. Heyd Bernice R. Jackson Henry K. Johnstone Kenneth M. Jorgensen MIRAFLORES LAKE SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $2,000—$2,099 FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $500—$599 John & Judith Engelke Montanaro Capt. William & Connie Dawson William E. LeBrun Charles & Maxine Keenan

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Page 14 The Panama Canal Museum Review PEDRO MIGUEL LOCKS FIFTH TRANSIT (FELLOW) $6,600—$6,699 Lesley M. Litzenberger SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $2,300—$2,399 Paul D. Glassburn Charles & Sandra Hummer FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $600—$699 Bob & Ann (Cowles) Best James & Evelyn Cullen Gordon H. Davis Mary C. (Nehls) DeMartini Norman & Cecile Demers Bruce & Claire Douglas Orlando A. & Deborah Filos Harry Foster Frank J. Gerchow, Jr. Jimmy & Hilda Givens Robert N. & Penny Graham Joe & Pam Rowe Herold Carol Sergeant Hoover Greta N. Hummer Frank A. & Deborah J. Lee Gene & Diane Linfors Robert "Bud" & Patti Mills Fern Morse Capt. Ted & Lourdes Oliveira Jerry & Kay (Frangioni) Pierce Patt Foster Roberson Hal C. Robertson, Jr. Robert & Jeanne Rupp Harriet (Keenan) Wollmers Panamanian American CofC Nellree B. Berger Andrea Armstrong Bogue Faith Brundage Balboa High School Class of 1955 John & Valerie Cronan Ennis E. Daniel Elizabeth B. Moore Frank & Marilyn Mott Jim & Gemma O'Donnell Space Coast Panazonians Barbara Pierce Terry & Sue Deakins William Diez William & Carol Egolf Peter & Rae Flynn William W. Forsstrom Marie (Wright) Gibson Walter H. & Suzanne Kleefkens GAILLARD CUT SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $2,200—$2,299 Joe & Beverly Bowman Wood FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $700—$799 GAMBOA

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Page 15 The Panama Canal Museum Review FOURTH TRANSIT (SUSTAINING DONOR) $5,400—$5,499 Isthmian Collectors Club FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $800—$899 William A. Baldwin George H. Barbier John J. & Ann Madden, Jr. Carl & Alfhild M. Maedl John M. Mallia Louis A. Mallia LTGen D. P. & Ka thleen McAuliffe Donita Lynn Crull McConaughey Paul & Stacia Morgan Paul Moser West Coast Reunion Committee Jody & Dolores Roberson David Tooke & Family Angel Vazquez James M. Will BARRO COLORADO ISLAND FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $900—$999 Peter G. Flynn Family Len & Maria Kujawa James & Janet Reece Frank M. Smith Betty Brooks Stergion GAMBOA (Continued) Rolf C. & Joan Powell Arndt Boyd M Bevington Larry & Kathryn Castleman Sarah Marie Curles Randy & JoElla Deakins Mary B. Egolf Robert Litzenberger Foundation Capt. Robert Valentine Wal-Mart Foundation Mary Ann Seibold Eldridge John N. Hatgi Stephen & Patricia Lewis Litzenberger Family Foundation Ed, Joan & Jason Ohman Ellen Peck GATUN LAKE FOURTH TRANSIT (SUSTAINING DONOR) $5,500—$5,599 William & Virginia Lyons Dollar Club FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $1,000—$1,099

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Page 16 The Panama Canal Museum Review GATUN LOCKS FIFTH TRANSIT (FELLOW) $7,100—$7,199 Grace Jones Carey SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $2,600—$2,699 Carol Ruoff Goulet Richard & Julieta Morgan Zelma R. Treadwell SEVENTH TRANSIT (SUPPORTING FELLOW) $10,200—$10,299 Katherine E. Egolf CRISTOBAL YACHT CLUB FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $1,100—$1,199 Lawrence & Sue Barca Hap & Beth Brandenburg Richard J. Danielsen H. Winship & Kathie Danielsen Dowell Jean W. Kaufman Peter & Mary Lou (Dailey) Lang Cherie Danielsen Lee William D. & Virginia M. Young FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $1,200—$1,299 Kathleen Steiner Bennett Jim & Lynn Fitzpatrick John & Veta MacLaren Bill & Margaret McLaughlin Douglas & Sharon Schmidt THIRD TRANSIT (SUPPORTING DONOR) $4,200—$4,299 Reginald & Beverly (Boyett) Hayden

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Page 17 The Panama Canal Museum Review FIFTH TRANSIT ( FELLOW) $7,300—$7,139 Bob & Marguerite Zumbado ATLANTIC BREAKWATER CRISTOBAL HARBOR FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $1,400—$1,499 R. Alvera Davison James & Patricia Steiner Kearns FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $1,300—$1,399 Northwest Panama Canal Picnic Kathleen Steiner Bennett Octavia Garlington 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 J. E. Dorn & Dolly Thomas SCHOOLS DONATIONS HONOR ROLL Class of 1954 Balboa/Cristobal High Schools $1,661 Balboa High School Class of 1955 $725 Cristobal High School Class of 1953 $450 Balboa High School Class of 1993 $418 Balboa High School Class of 1990 $400 Balboa High School Class of 1961 $262 Balboa High School Class of 1980 $184 Cristobal High School Class of 1968 $100 Balboa High School Class of 1948 $100 Cristobal High School Class of 1959 $50

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PACIFIC ANCHORAGE As of 4/15/05 Page 18 The Panama Canal Museum Review SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) $1,500—$1,599 Winston Prentice Abernathy Lucille Abernathy 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 Ivan “Lefty” & Clarabelle Hilliard David & Jane Hilliard 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 H.T. “Tommy” McKeown William J. McKeown, Jr. Mr.&Mrs. C.T. Swearingen of Gatun Richard & Bette Swearingen In Memoriam THIRD TRANSIT (SUPPORTINGTING DONOR) ($3000 to $3099) Caleb C. Clement, Sr. Caleb C. & Virginia Clement, Jr. Orrin & Carol Clement Ronald & Sydney Townsend Corbett 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 Frank & Marvel Davison Townsend Steve & Mary Clement Vaughn 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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PACIFIC ANCHORAGE Page 19 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 Eugene Askew Judy Davis Matthew Baas, Sr. Matthew & Katie Baas Frank & Marvella Balmas Steve Balmas 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 (Bartholomew) Krueger Lois DeLaMater Bates Frances Viglielmo Fred & Miriam (Stevens) Bauman M. Ruth (Bauman) Yeilding Charles Becktell Rochelle Thompson 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 Robert "Bob" Blair Marjorie Bulone Benjamin Blumberg George Blumberg 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 (Bartholomew) Krueger Fred W. Bradley Betty Bradley London Edna M. Brancone Louis Brancone Barbara Brooks Breivogel Betty Brooks Stergion 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 Ben Brundage Faith Brundage 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 E5 Anthony M. Condolon, Jr. Kurt & Jeannette Kersch 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 Kathryn Dignam John N. Hatgi Alexander Dombrowsky L. Jean Dombrowsky Jack Dombrowsky L. Jean Dombrowsky Henry & Irene Donovan Charles & Sandra Hummer 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 David W. and Adlaide C. Ellis David Ellis Charles Madison Elmore Margaret Elmore Dansie George Emslie Annie Rice Earl C. Engel Bonnie Engel Hazel I. Engel Bonnie Engel Mr. & Mrs. Sigurd E. Esser Elisabeth Esser

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PACIFIC ANCHORAGE Page 20 The Panama Canal Museum Review Capt. Evan G. Evans, Jr. Roberta Evans B. I. (Emo) Everson Louis N. Everson John A. Everson Louis N. Everson Capt. Michael Fanning Chuck & Cynthia Thomas 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 Doris Fredette Robin & Carolyn Mannila/Hamrick Gordon Frick Kathyleen Miller Stephen Fulop Lucille Fulop Dave Furlong Richard & Virginia Zornes 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 Karl “Pete” Goldstrohm Isabella Zemer Lively Kathleen Cooke Gough John R. Gough, Sr. Dr. Mary V. Graham Peter Van Overen Dr. W. Henry Grant William H. Grant 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 Crooks 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 Charles & Eleanor Hollander Roberta Williamson-Musco Maggie (Adams) Hollowell Lois Jones Ross H. Hollowell Lois Jones 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 Elle n (Stacy) Horine Ted & Carol Hotz Judy Massa Jane Huldquist Charles & Sandra Hummer Tom & Barbara Peterson Charles W. Hummer, Sr. L. Phyllis Hummer L. Phyllis Hummer Charles & Sandra Hummer John A. Hunt Patricia Hunt \ Edward J. Husum, Sr., & Edna Bull Husum Sanford Ellie Foley Husum Margaret "Peggy" Hutchison Davis & June Stevenson Romer Jackson, Jr. Richard & Virginia Zornes 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 Capt. Gordon Frederick Kariger Gwendolyn Stegmeier Lee Kariger Davis & June Stevenson Lilybel Kariger Robert L. Kariger Helen T. Kat Marion Linkh Ted Kaufer Martin & Nancy (Kau fer) Lanfranco Mary (Sharp) Kauffman Frank Sharp Thomas M. Kaufmann Joe & Beverly Bowman Wood William & Gera ldine Keepers Geraldine Gagnon Betty (Watts) Kelleher Barbara & Tom Peterson Norbert “Nobby” Keller Peggy Magee Keller Myrtle E. Kennerly Nelda L. Walko Herman & Leida Kleefkens Walter & Suzanne Kleefkens 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 Barbara Green 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

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PACIFIC ANCHORAGE Page 21 The Panama Canal Museum Review Charles “Muggsy” & Susan Allen Magee Peggy Magee Keller Jerry (Tiger) Mahoney Pamela Crowell Mr. & Mrs. Adam Mallett Richard L. Mallett Frank & Catherine Marczak 24Mark Marczak Capt. George Markham Capt. Charles H. Taylor Victor & June May Sandy (May) Robinson Mathilda H. McConaghy Kathleen Campbell Maurice (Mac) McCullough Hap & Beth Brandenburg Maurice & Hazel McCullough (Mac & Snookie) Judi McCullough James McGuinness Bo (Randall) Lane John W. Meeker, Jr. Larry & Sue Barca Damascus (MD) Library Katherine Egolf Menendez, Eduardo COL Nevin Williams, USA (Ret) 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 Dr. Ronald E. Moore Alice Grove 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 Delbert N. Murray, Sr. June (Delbert N.) Murray DeWitt (Bud) E. Myers Alice F. Myers Bernard Jacob “BJ” Myren William & Judith Wymer William T. "Red" Nail Alice Nail Mr. & Mrs. Milton Lee Nash COL (Ret) Edward & Mrs. Andra Nash English Robert Nordstrom Robert & Pat Heitman Whitam Edward O'Brien Matthew & Katie Baas Eileen O'Brien Matthew & Katie Baas Florene Olsen Keith Olsen Gail O'Masta Rebecca Sharp 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 Patrick & Jane (Corrigan) Quinn Patricia Quinn Alvin & Peggy Rankin Virginia Rankin Dick Reed John N. Hatgi Vincent Reynolds M. Jean McAndrews Michael Rhode, Jr. William R. Gianelli Carl O. Riggs, Jr. Barbara & Tom Peterson 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 Frances Fanning Sampsell Nellree Berger Frank S. Samson Jayne Armstrong Samson Bruce Gordon Sanders, Sr. Bernice Sanders Hill 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 Albert E. Schultz Robert Schultz 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 R aymond 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

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AMADOR CAUSEWAY PACIFIC ANCHORAGE (Continued) Page 22 The Panama Canal Museum Review TENTH TRANSIT ($13,600 to $13,699) Anna Ruth Werkheiser Estate of Anna Ruth Werkheiser Gertrude S. Smith Valerie McAlister Horace L. Smith Hap & Beth Brandenburg J. Bartley & Mercedes Smith Paul & Maritza Smith Spencer Bibb Smith Nellree B. Berger Waren Hyde Smith Valerie McAlister William Charles Smith Nellree B. Berger Harold Soltman Herbert Soltman Murriell Lou Souder—BHS ‘44 Bob & Pat Whitam Tom & Lorrain Spencer Joe & Beverly Wood Harrold Frazee Stevenson Virginia Glines DeGregory Ellis Dayre Stillwell Norma Stillwell Martin David & Sally Jo Studley Rolf & Joan Arndt Helen Swearingen Dave & Barbara Aycock Eleanor J Sykes Clarence “Chick” Sykes Lillian M. "Carlie" Taber Katherine Egolf Charles & Sandra Hummer Barbara & Tom Peterson Joe & Beverly Wood Charles E. Thomas Retta H. Brock Alyce A. O’Neal Charles A. & Jo sephine Thomas G.G. Thomas, Jr. John & Glenna Thomas Hugh Thomas Cheryl L. Williams Bert K. Thompson Judean “Judy” Thompson Capt. John Thurber Joe & Beverly Wood Joan Thurber Joe & Beverly Wood Edna Tipton Sandra M. Granozio William "Bill" Toston Lawrence & Sue Barca 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 Anna Marie (Worsley) Valpatik Helen F. Cook George J. Vanderslice, Jr. George & Honey Bailey 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 Frank J. Violette Frank Sharp Lima Violette Frank Sharp Virgin E. Voyles Joan Voyles 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 Gerald B. Williams Capt. Charles H. Taylor Clyde Willman Jon & Debra Dedeaux Louis & Barbara Dedeaux Therese M. Winkes Theresa A. Cousens John E. Winklosky III Bridget J. Patton Oscar Wolnitzek John E. Richardson Thomas Wolnitzek John E. Richardson James C. Wood Charles & Sandra Hummer Ann Merlino Richardson Virginia (Mrs. Jim) Wood Ann Merlino Richardson Robert C. Worsley & Mrs. Anna M. Worsley Helen F. Cook John A. & Mary A. Wright Marie Wright Gibson Dorothy Yocum Charles & Sandra Hummer Joseph Young Maria “Connie” Young Olga Zegiel Rosa Rodriguez

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AMADOR CAUSEWAY (Continued) Page 23 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 Manuel Arosemena Aristea Arosemena 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 Cliff Beaty Ralph K. “Tony” & Dorothy S. Frangioni Barbara McKenna FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $100—$199 Ruth Egolf Clement Caleb C. & Virginia Clement, Jr. Orrin & Carol Clement Ronald & Sydney Townsend Corbett 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 Cash & Mary Jane Paulson Frank & Marvel Davison Townsend Steve & Mary Clement Vaughn Harry C. Egolf Orrin & Carol Clement Ronald & Sydney Townsend Corbett 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 Tom & Barbara Peterson THIRD TRANSIT (SUPPORTINGTING DONOR) ($3100 to $3199) SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) ($1600 to $1699) George W. Goethals Thomas R. Goethals Earl F. Unruh Olive L. Unruh SEVENTH TRANSIT (SUSTAINING FELLOW) ($12,100 to $12,199) Capt. Charles E. & Marie Van Clief Yane & Helen Leves Charles E. Leves Frank R. Leves

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AMADOR CAUSEWAY (Continued) Page 24 The Panama Canal Museum Review Rev. & Mrs. William H. Beeby Gary & Judy (Beeby) Inman 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 Irving Maurice Brown Carene Brown Edwards John & Kathryne Brown Lucille Abernathy Maurice Gettleman Brown Carene Brown Edwards Mario Calleja Mario E. & Melinda Calleja John J. & Grace D. Carey Liza & Jesse Hall/Easudes 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 Richard “Dick” Conley Harriet R. Patterson 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 Crooks Ingram Samuel Ross Cunningham Edward & Judith Cunningham Janet Cunningham 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 Noe E. & Maxine P Dillman Charles & Norine Simms Peggy Ann Donovan Jim & Janet Reece James L. Doran Anonymous Philip Downs Dr. & Mrs. I. Robert Berger Ida C. Dugas Leslie Firth Ralph James Dugas, Jr. Leslie Firth George & Annie Emslie Annie R. Rice 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 Emma C. Garcia George Garcia Shirley Scott Gianelli William R. Gianelli Coach William H. “Bill” Gibson Marie Wright Gibson Leo D. Goulet Rita Goulet Gregory Paul Gramlich Terri Lynn Bianchi Beverly A. Gramlich Robert & Lyla Green Jonathon J. Green 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 Cooper Hollowell Victoria Allen 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 Keigley, Dale D. Ann Holshouser Mary A. (Hicks) Kelley Bob & Dorothy (Hicks) Chapman William “Bill” C. Kelly Barbara Kelly Barton Edward T. “Pat” & Katherine B. Kirchmier Edward T. Kirchmier, Jr. Danny Kissam Helen (Kissam) Ericson Hermanus A. Kleefkens Walter & Suzanne Kleefkens William & Virginia Rankin Jim R. Kuhn, Jr. Josephine Curtis Beatrice Ann Lampert Phillip D. Lampert Walter Neil Lenneville Sylvia Hackbarth Robin Mannila & Carolyn Hamrick Terry L. Placek Mary B. Walker Valentine D. Lynch, Mary Lynch

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AMADOR CAUSEWAY (Continued) Page 25 The Panama Canal Museum Review 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 Heitman 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 Coach Walter M Mikulich, James & Janet Reece Paul & Margaret Morgan Peggy Morgan Brown Gilbert Morland Mary Morland Coffey William Murphy Josephine (Kuhn) Curtis 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 Bronson B. & Celeste C. Powell Rolf C. & Joan (Powell) Arndt James S. Powell Rolf C. & Joan (Powell) Arndt Marcus Patrick Quinn Patricia Quinn 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 Emma Lee Worsley Schmidt Arline Winerman August Joseph Schwindeman George B. Schwindeman George B. & Petra M. Simms Charles & Norine Simms 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 William N. Taylor Catsy Taylor Schafer Semon & Dorothy Theriot Pamela Theriot Brown Howard J. (Bob) Toland Nellie (Nell) Toland William A. Torbert Annie Torbert Wainio Capt. and Mrs. C. V Torstenson Mary Gruman John W. Urey Walter & Suzanne Kleefkens Mary Urey Robert J. Valentine Capt. Robert D. Valentine Robert Van Siclen Frank A. Anderson Katherine Egolf Charles & Sandra Hummer Tom & Barbara Peterson Bessie Aspinwall Wagner R. David & Betsie W. Scott 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 Sally Morland Williams Joe & Beverly Wood Hap & Beth Brandenburg Edna Jane Olcott Wilson Jane Wilson Parvin Marion "Woody" Woodruff, Lawrence & Sue Barca Katherine Egolf Egon & Dorothy Friedman Charles & Sandra Hummer Joe & Beverly Wood Elsie Woodruff Saul Wynshaw Egon & Dorothy Friedman

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BALBOA YACHT CLUB Page 26 The Panama Canal Museum Review 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 Tommy & Edith Rowe Alley Joe & Pam Rowe Herold Lloyd L. Anderson Ingrid K. Anderson Ralph & Henrietta Anderson Adamary Anderson Bright Paul Badonsky Leona Badonsky Capt. Kenneth L. Bivin Margaret Bivin 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 Richard G. Condon Mary L. Condon Barry Davison Lucille Abernathy Gene “Topper” Didier John N. Hatgi 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 Ted E. Englebright Dorothy Englebright Dunn Bill Fitzgerald Fitzgerald/Robinson Family Celeste Powell Fulton Rolf & Joan Arndt Tom & Barbara Peterson Dave & Barbara Aycock Charles Robert “Bob” Gibson Charles Robert Gibson Marie Wright Gibson Norman Gillis Betsy Gillis Jim Gillis William Wilkes Griffin G. Wheeler Griffin Capt. Daniel M. R. Haff Stephen Jablonski 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 Charles D. Hummer Charles & Sandra Hummer Joseph L. Hummer H. Joann Haugen Bob Hummer Thomas A. & Catherine H. Jenkins Marie Jenkins Everett Capt. Dean & Joyce Kelly Annette Kelly Marsh Capt. C. W. “Bill” Lewis Ed, Joan, & Jason Ohman Panama Canal Society The Prentice Family FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($200 to $299)

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BALBOA YACHT CLUB BRIDGE OF THE AMERICAS THIRD TRANSIT ($3300 to $3399) Mary Louise Danielsen Page 27 The Panama Canal Museum Review 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 Virginia (Woodhull) Morland Michael & Elaine Stephenson Joe & Beverly Wood Florence Owen Jacqueline Wagner Mary Jane Paulson Hap & Beth Brandenburg Warren “Zeke” Morse Fern Morse Alice Garlington Neely Octavia Garlington Andreas Nicolaisen Andy Jens Nicolaisen Louis & Norma Pierobon Marie Pierobon Drake Russell B. & Linda Potter Edward & Judith Cunningham Janet P. Cunningham Will J. Ritter LucilleAbernathy Gil & Millie Rowe Joe & Pam Rowe Herold James & Nora Scott Alan Scott Beverly Shirley Bob & Ann Best W. B. (Bill) & Ruth Walker Shutt Suzanne Shutt Griffin Edward & Rita Steiner Siegel Kathleen Steiner Bennett Fred DeVeber & Ruth Melgaard Sill Fred Sill Dudley Smith John N. Hatgi Palmer & Eva Smith Peter & Connie Smith Lanelle Tartar Mark Tartar Teresa Tartar David Tooke & Family James M. Thompson Elizabeth C. Thompson Melvin F Tinkler Nancy & Judith Tinkler Bonnie K. Wilson Leroy B. Wilson, Jr. 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 Albert, Sr., & Sophie Evans Marian Evans Blair Al Evans William Thomas (Bill) Halvosa, Jr. Annie Laurie Halvosa Jeanne Halvosa Sperry William & Judith Wymer Donald C. “Pos” Parker Carolyn Sanders Falasca The Family of the Late Rufus C. O’Neal: Mrs. Ruth O’Neal, Barbara O’Neal Braun, Margaret O’Neal Wellborn, Alice O’Neal Grove Gloria M. Parker William “Billy” A. Rankin Carolyn Sanders Falasca Walter & Suzanne Kleefkens Virginia Kleefkens Rankin Bruce Gordon & Grace Sanders Bernice A. Hill Bernice Sanders Hill R.S. Hill, M.D. Ronald L. Seeley Jolie A. Seeley Laura S. Rydell Glenn D. Seeley Katharyn Tanassy Louis J. Tanassy Tom & Barbara Peterson Patricia Upton/Carrie Mercier Marvin C. Ward Jacquelyn R. Forrest Joseph J. & Isabel F. Wood Isabel Egan Joe & Beverly Bowman Wood Capt. W. W. Woodhull Virginia Morland FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $300—$399 Richard Danielsen Kathie Daniel sen Dowell Cherie Danielsen Lee

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MIRAFLORES LOCKS Jeanne Bonanno Jay & Barbara (Bonanno) Marshall Howard “Bucky” Buehler Larry & Sue Barca Katherine Egolf Richard & Bev Grassy Tom & Barbara Peterson Judy (Buehler) Williamson 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 Julia Lawsing Daniel Ennis E. Daniel Frank J. Gerchow, Sr. Frank J. Gerchow, Jr William G. Hill Bernice A. Hill Bernice Sanders Hill Charles S. Hollander Rosemary Hollander McCorkle Howard U. Keenan Charles & Maxine Keenan Harriet Keenan Wollmers Aiko McDaniel Sheila McDaniel Robert W. Morse Fern Morse Warren (Zeke) & Fern Morse Capt. Frederick E. & Georgie Zeh Nehls Mary C. (Nehls) DeMartini Jason Skeie Paula J. Boger Richard G. Taylor Ruth Catherine Taylor Walker Virginia Clement Townsend Orrin & Carol Clement Jon & Debra Dedeaux Louis & Barbara Dedeaux Katherine Egolf Mary Egolf Gladys C. Pendergast Mabelle “Mayno” Bliss Walker Katherine Egolf Jerry & Rosalind Gorin Blanche Hartman Tom & Barbara Peterson Jack & Jeanne Walker Wagner FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($400 to $499) MIRAFLORES LAKE 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 Page 28 The Panama Canal Museum Review

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MIRAFLORES LAKE (Continued) Page 29 The Panama Canal Museum Review Richard W. Abell Rebecca A. Erhart All Deceased Panama Canal Company Employees Lucille Abernathy Mario & Gloria Calleja Lucille Abernathy Clyde R. Campbell Zelma R. Treadwell Shirley Ann Cavanaugh Charles A. Cavanaugh, Jr. 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 Louis C. and Irene Brown Hasemann Louis Hasemann Helen Hasemann Ress Gayle Hasemann Tolbert Arthur W. (Larry) & Marjorie F. LeBrun William E. LeBrun Capt. C.W. “Bill“ Lewis Hap & Beth Brandenburg Prentice Family Richard & Ruth Hern Ed, Joan & Jason Ohman Panama Canal Society Lloyd & Margaret Spradlin Joe & Beverly Wood Andy P. Lim Bill & Arlene Lim Gamble Alfredo Lombana Alfredo Lombana, hijo Gregory L. Martinez Teresa D. Martinez Maria Martinez Witte Robert & Joan Miller Lucille Abernathy Charles Lester Pierce Ernest E. Pierce Richard C. Sergeant Carol Sergeant Hoover Raul (Terry) & Maybell Theriault Lucille Abernathy FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($500—$599) 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 Peter G. Flynn, Jr. Peter & Rae Flynn David Harold McConaughey Donita McConaughey Chris Oliveira Capt. Ted & Lour des 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 FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($600 to $699) PEDRO MIGUEL LOCKS

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BARRO COLORADO ISLAND GAMBOA Page 30 The Panama Canal Museum Review GAILLARD CUT Arthur V. & Dorothy D. Corbett Dr. & Mrs. Edward G. Corbett Robert B. “Bud” Mills Bud & Patti Mills Raymond R. Will Lauray Griffin Irene Will James M. Will FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($700—$799) 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 Patricia Smith LeBrun Kathleen LeBrun William E. LeBrun THIRD TRANSIT (SUPPORTING DONOR) ($3900 to $3999) Charles E, & Anna D. Thomas Doug & Patricia Deyak Alyce O'Neal Dorn Thomas Patricia Thomas Tony & Stephanie Thomas Jed & Janice Thomas, Jr.

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GATUN LOCKS GATUN LAKE Page 31 The Panama Canal Museum Review SEVENTEENTH TRANSIT (Roosevelt Circle) ($25,000 to $25,999) Esther Krziza Condry Leo Krziza Jack & Grace Dwyer Jack, Jr., Ruth, Evelyn, Frances John & Judy Engelke Montanaro Howard & Evelyn Engelke Judith Engelke Montanaro Charles W. Hummer III Charles & Sandra Hummer Greta N. Hummer 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 Steve O’Donnell Cathy Gagliano Lisa Gagliano Bo (Randall) Lane Sarah I. O’Brien Jim & Gemma O’Donnell Carol O’Donnell-Jones Russel J. & Juanita Orr Jones Juanita Jones Girand 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 Herb Lewis Karen K. Martensen Sally & Will Nickisher Jim and Gemma O’Donnell FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) ($1100 to $1199) Virginia Rankin Jack W. Sanders Wendell & Donna Sasso Catherine W. Schafer Anita H. Trippins The Trimble Family Jacqueline E. Wagner Joe & Bev Wood Norman B. Davison R. Alvera Davison Tom & Barbara Peterson Frank & Marvel Davison Townsend

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CRISTOBAL YACHT CLUB Page 32 The Panama Canal Museum Review CRISTOBAL HARBOR Frank & Margaret McLaughlin Bill, Margaret, & Allison McLaughlin Charles H. & Margaret R. Peterson Carol (Peterson) Heintz Michael & Elaine (Peterson) Little Tom, Sid & Chimere Little Diane (Peterson) Pearson Tom & Barbara Peterson 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) FIRST TRANSIT (DONOR) $1,200—$1,299 Johnny R. McTaggart The McTaggart Family Erin “Gemmie” Moser Laura Moser Austin Mark Moser Paul Moser Jody & Dolores Roberson SECOND TRANSIT (PARTICIPATING DONOR) ($2700 to $2799) Jerry & Dolly Steiner Kathleen Steiner Bennett James & Patricia Steiner Kearns Joanne Steiner Robinson Ernest E. Pierce

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ATLANTIC BREAKWATER Page 33 The Panama Canal Museum Review THIRD TRANSIT ($4400 to $4,499) Zelda Eggleston Glassburn William & Connie Dawson Paul Glassburn 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 James & Mary Beth Young 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 Sue Light 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 Ba iley 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 Charles “Buddy” Williams

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OUTREACH EFFORTS GROW Education a Main Mission A primary function of any museum is to be an educational resource for the public. The outreach activities of the museum continue to grow with the establ ishment of the Speakers Bureau, organized museum visits by neighborhood and school groups and the traditional presence at the annual reunion of the Panama Canal Society. Additional initiatives to extend the outreach activities include organized luncheons, and special traveling exhibits to community centers. Sun City Gatherings Continue The second neighborhood luncheon at Sun City in Hillsborough County was held by museum volunteer, Cheryl Russell. Twenty eight attended this no-host pot luck where museum literature and a report of museum activities provided the theme. Cheryl says that the success of the first two Sun City luncheons makes it clear that this will be an excellent venue for one of the museums traveling exhibits. Seminole Mall Exhibit a First Trustee Gerry DeTore conceived of a traveling exhibit at the Seminole Mall. He coordinated the exhibit with the mall administration and the first major traveling exhibit outside the traditional presence at the Society reunion was held April 28-30 at the mall. The permanent exhibit of the history of the Panama Canal was carried and displayed at the mall. In addition, regular lectures on the history of the canal, videos were projected for the public. The Museum Gift Store was brou ght to the mall and staffed by volunteers. The three day event proved popular to mall visitors and interest in the artifacts and phot ographic exhibit panels mounted attractively in the mall food court. Advance publicity for the threeday event included window displays around the mall corridors and posters at each of the mall entrances. Hundreds of visitors enjoyed this initial educational foray into the community proving the value of this type of activity. New Education Development Committee Formed President Joe Wood established a new Education Development Committee and designated Trustee Al Lombana as its chair. Dr. Lombana brings a long career in education and the health industry in Florida. He brings his education with a masters and doctorate in education from Florida State University. The goal of the new committee is to broaden the educational outreach by the museum with an emphasis on the development of curriculum for grade and high school level students and to establish working collaboratives with local colleges and universities. Museum Gift Store is popular feature of the Seminole Mall Panama Canal Museum Exhibit. Presentations were projected on screen to the right. Entrance to museum exhibit is at the main entry to the Seminole Mall. Stein Mart Showcase has museum exhibit. Main museum exhibit extends down side of the Seminole Mall Food Court. Page 34 The Panama Canal Museum Review

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Page 35 The Panama Canal Museum Review Page 35 VOLUME 6 ISSUE 1 Board of Trustees President Emeritus Charles W. Hummer, Jr President Joseph J. Wood Vice President Patricia Stei ner Kearns Executive Vice President Katherine E. Egolf Secretary Barbara D. Peterson Treasurer Paul D. Glassburn Audit Committee Jack Hern Buildings & Facilities Gerry DeTore Collections Committee Paul Morgan, Ph.D. Development Committee J. Dorn Thomas Educational Development Alfredo E. Lombana, Ph.D. Exhibit Committee Robert F. Zumbado Finance Committee Davis Stevenson Information Technology J. Patrick Coffey Marketing & Communications Joey Zornes Membership Committee Gayle Hasemann Tolbert Nominating Committee Paul Morgan, Ph.D. Oral History Richard D. Morgan Special Projects Christian S. Skeie Store Committee Katherine Egolf Strategic Planning Patricia Stei ner Kearns Webmaster Joey Zornes Trustees Faith Brundage John Carlson Dick Cunningham Robert Dell James DesLondes Reginald M. Hayden, Jr. Robert Hughes, Ph.D. Robert J. Karrer Joan Ohman Board of Advisors Robert K. Dawson William R. Gianelli Thomas R. Goethals Walter P. Leber D. P. McAuliffe Robert McMillan PANAMA CANAL MUSEUM 7985 113th Street, Suite 100 Seminole, Florida 33772 Tel. (727)-394-9338 Fax (727)-394-2737 Email: office@panam acanalmuseum.org FEIN 59-3532182 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 by one part-time office manager, a part-time clerical assistant and volunteers who graciously donate their time and skills to carry 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 Arizona Carl Berg carlnberg@aol.com 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 mariedrake@bellsouth.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 Marilynn Abreau Stevens momthept@aol.com Museum cookbook, Opening the Gates to Canal Cuisine takes national first place award. Cookbook is being held by former museum trustee, Muriel Whitman, recently elected mayor of Kenneth City, Florida. The cookbook is on its third printing and sales have exceeded all projections.

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Page 36 The Panama Canal Museum Review 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 (1904-1999). The museum collects artifacts, documents and other 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 Cana l as a service to the World’s maritime and naval communities in the twentieth century. It also colle cts, documents, catalogs, preserves, stores, exhibits, interprets and enables research on a variety of items illustrative of the lives and work of the Panama 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 we ll as those of the French, West Indians, Panamanians and others who helped to create and operate the Panama Canal. Dues are $24 per calendar year. Email: president@panamacanalmuseum.org