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December 14, 2013

Goodfellows donations, Dec. 14, 2013

The Kokomo Tribune is accepting donations for its Goodfellows program, which provides clothes to needy children at Christmas. Donations can be dropped off at the downtown office or mailed to Goodfellows, Kokomo Tribune, P.O. Box 9014, Kokomo, IN 46904-9014.

The following donations have been made to the Goodfellows program:

In memory of Glenn Rodgers, anonymous, $100

In memory of Beth Rodgers, anonymous, $100

In memory of Jim, Jerry, Rita, Alice, Ron and Pat, anonymous, $100

With happy and loving memories of Ken Frazer, a good fellow, $100

In memory of our loved ones – Kristi, Juanita, Beany and Bill Henry, Ruth and Bill Halley, Ruthann Bates and Carolyn Boys, $100

In memory of Zachary Andrew from Papaw and Nana, $25

In loving memory of Jessie Swafford, Gettis Swafford, Dorothy Wathon, Walter Durham Jr., Aijalon Taylor, $50

Warrior of a forgotten war, $100

Specialty Tool & Die, $1,500

Anonymous, $20

In memory of Fred, John and Dick Mann, $150

In memory of Isaac “Ike” Hollingsworth, $100

In memory of Earl J. and Hazel Butler, $100

In memory of C.W. “Cappy” and Mary I. Hollingsworth, $100

In memory of Virginia Gustin, Jane Oaks, Shirley Andres, Linda Mann and Rose Russell, $50

In memory of Will West and Donald Harper, $25

In memory of Fred and Edna Godlove and Willard and Emma Miller, $50

In memory of Pauline Godlove, $50

Anonymous, $25

Anonymous $100

In memory of Paul S. Smith from Vivian, Michelle and Dustin, $20

In memory of Danny Hale and Joe Smith families from Vivian, Michelle and Dustin, $20

In loving memory of Sgt. Brad Atwell, Ed and Dorothy DyBalski, Leonard DyBalski and Conrad Turnpaugh, $25

In memory of our deceased sisters, Omega Phi Tau Sorority, $100

In memory of Jennifer Samsel, from anonymous, $15

In memory of Francis Orsburn and Janice Johnson, $500

In memory of Frank Stucker, $100

In memory of Mawm and Pawp, $100

In memory of Jimmy Fakes, $25

In loving memory of our son, Bill, $50

In loving memory of Larry E. Gentry “The spirit of Christmas” and Marianna Gentry and Dick Christie from Beth Gentry and family, $25

Anonymous, $200

In memory of Tammy Rody from Shene, $50

In memory of our parents, Glen and Stella Mason from daughters, Betty Bayless and Joan Hall, $50

In memory of Glen and Marjorie Artis, $100

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