Our 2012 Funders

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 The Craftsman Guild

January 1 - December 31, 2012

 We are extremely grateful to the members of the 2012 Craftsman Guild Donor Circle whose generous support had a significant impact on the operations of the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms. The name Craftsman Guild was chosen because Gustav Stickley deeply admired the medieval practice in which artisans worked cooperatively within a guild.  Our Guild is an alliance of advocates working together to further the mission of the Craftsman Farms Foundation.


 

President's Circle

($20,000 and above)

Barbara N. Fuldner

Catherine J. Mathis and Robert C. Burchell

Barbara A. Weiskittel

New Jersey Historical Commission

 The Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills

 

Director’s Circle

($10,000 to $19,999)

Terri and Louis Glesmann,III


Benefactor

($5,000 to $9,999)

Arts and Crafts Research Fund

Aminy Audi

L. & J.G. Stickley, Inc.

Dorothy A. Beattie

Amparo and Mitchell Codding

Syracuse University, College of Visual and Performing Arts

Leigh Ann and Bruce Johnson

McGraw Hill Companies

Nancy and Davey L. Willans

 

Master

($2,000 to $4,999)

Joan Albin and Tom Bird

Beacon Trust

Catherine L. and Nicholas H. Carlozzi

Ellen and Jeffrey Cohen

Cara Corbo and Theodore Lytwyn

Stephanie F. and Russell C. Deyo

Lori and Donald Hafner

Ula Ilnytzky and Raymond Stubblebine

Mandy and Jay Kiely

Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany Foundation, Inc.

Peter Mars and Mike Dawson

Cynthia and Timothy McGinn

Barbara and Robert Nickerson

Laura Daly Russell and Guy Russell

Donald C. Stahl

Elizabeth Ventura and Stephen Eisenmann

Mark E. Weaver

JoAnn and Paul Young

 

Journeyman

($1,000 to $1,999)

AGL Welding Supply Co., Inc.

Acorn Hill Foundation Inc.

Susan and David M. Cathers

Janet and Peter A. Copeland

Crab Tree Farm Foundation, Inc.

Debbie Goldwein and David Rudd, Jr.

Sheila and Richard Gottardi

Edwin C. Heinle

David W. Lowden

Lynn M. and Stanley Leeb

Victor Maisano

Richard D. McClure

Suzanne Perrault and David Rago

Monique and Gregg G. Seibert

William A. Stout

Jacqueline Strigl

Emily and Bill Young

 

 

Restoration of the National Historic Landmark, Craftsman Farms, is made possible in part, by
a Save America’s Treasure’s grant, administered by the National Park Service, Department of the Interior, and by support from Morris County Preservation Trust Fund, the New Jersey Historic Trust, and individual members.  The Craftsman Farms Foundation received an operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State.  The Craftsman Farms Foundation gratefully acknowledges a grant from the New Jersey Cultural Trust.  2012 educational programs are funded, in part, by generous grants from PSE&G and the Arts and Crafts Research Fund.

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