Honorary Charter Life Members

This wonderful group of individuals has participated, each in his or her own unique manner, in the creation and development of the North Tonawanda History Museum in its first year of existence.  As we have designated all members in our first year as Charter members, those who became members through April 30, 2005, the following have also been designated as Charter Honorary Life Members for having made significant donations of time, effort, services, monetary and/or in-kind donations -- and in many instances, a combination of all, in our crucial first year of existence.  They will forever be recognized for this support as Charter Honorary Life Members.

Joseph P. Armenia, Jr., CPA

A. Daniel Bille

John Borycki, Charter Trustee

Betty A. Brandon, Charter Trustee

Thomas A. Brick, Charter Trustee

Frank Budwey

David J. Burgio

Theresa L. Carpentieri

Penny Creasey, Charter Trustee

William M. Davignon

James Douglass

Dianne M. Flay

Gary Franklin

Cynthia Fredricks, Charter Trustee

John Fredricks, Charter Trustee

Carl Hoover

Thomas M. Jaccarino

John Kopczynski deceased 2005

Alexandra Kopczynski

Christopher Lane

Jason Law

Thomas Lawrence

Kay Learned, Charter Trustee

Stephen Litwin

George D. Maziarz

Arlene Stocki McNair

Judith L. Mittiga, Charter Trustee

Ken Mountain

Michael Mroczka, Charter Trustee

Donna Zellner Neal, Charter Trustee

John P. Zellner Neal

Priscilla C. Zellner Neal

Timothy J. Neal, Charter Trustee

John S. Olszowka, Ph.D.

Lou Omel

JamiLee Piatt

Rae Proefrock

Paul A. Rumbold, Jr., Founding President

Lou Santiago

George Soemann

Marilyn Soemann

Valerie VanVoorhees

Sarah E. Walter, Charter Trustee

Barbara Wickman, Charter Trustee

David R. Zobrist

 

AdviceCreative Tim Gerwitz

Tonawanda News Terry Shaw

Wizard Communications James Weber



HISTORY MUSEUM TO RECOGNIZE MANY WHO HELPED ESTABLISH MUSEUM

The North Tonawanda History Museum ’s first Annual Meeting is scheduled for Thursday evening, June 16, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Elks Club, 20 Main Street, North Tonawanda. A cash bar will be followed by a dinner buffet catered by DOMENIC. The Museum’s Board of Trustees invites residents and former residents, as well as its members and volunteers, to join as they celebrate the establishment of a museum of the city’s history and the completion of a successful first year of accomplishments and their plans for the future.

At the meeting, the Board of Trustees will honor their Honorary Charter Life Members and Advisory Committee members, all special volunteers who have helped create the all-volunteer North Tonawanda History Museum.

A printed Annual Report will be distributed to attendees and will include the Museum’s first form 990, prepared by James Amato & Company.

Advance registration is required. Check or money order may be dropped off at or mailed to the Museum at 314 Oliver Street for $15 each; $25 couple. The Museum is now open Mondays from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Fridays from 9 to noon.

To be honored:

North Tonawanda History Museum ADVISORY COMMITTEE 2003 – 2005

The North Tonawanda History Museum Board of Trustees and volunteer staff have been fortunate since the first weeks of existence as an organization to have had the benefit of advice and assistance from the members of our Advisory Committee.

Kurt Alverson, A. Daniel Bille, Elizabeth M. Brick-Schutt, Thomas A. Brick, Thomas A. Chambers, Penny Creasey, William M. Davignon, Randy C. Fahs, Esq., John H. George, Ed.D., Thomas M. Jaccarino, Daniel R. Killian, Dale W. Marshall, Michael Mroczka, John S. Olszowka, Ph.D., Kenneth W. Pearl, R.A., John W. Percy, Rae Proefrock, Lou Santiago, Brett M. Sommer, Leslie J. Stolzenfels, John Zaleski, and Paul A. Rumbold, Jr., the Museum’s Founding President

North Tonawanda History Museum CHARTER HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS

(For Outstanding Service and Contributions in the Crucial First Year as a Museum)

This wonderful group of individuals has participated, each in his or her own unique manner, in the creation and development of the North Tonawanda History Museum in its first year of existence.  As we have designated all members in our first year as Charter members, those who became members through April 30, 2005, the following have also been designated as Charter Honorary Life Members for having made significant donations of time, effort, services, monetary and/or in-kind donations -- and in many instances, a combination of all, in our crucial first year of existence.  They will forever be recognized for this support as Charter Honorary Life Members.  

Joseph P. Armenia, Jr., CPA, A. Daniel Bille, John Borycki, Betty A. Brandon, Thomas A. Brick, Frank Budwey, David J. Burgio, Theresa L. Carpentieri, Penny Creasey, William M. Davignon, James Douglass, Dianne S. Flay, Gary Franklin, Cynthia Fredricks, John Fredricks, Carl Hoover, Thomas M. Jaccarino, John Kopczynski – deceased 2005, Alexandra Kopczynski, Christopher Lane, Jason Law, Thomas Lawrence, Kay Learned, Stephen Litwin, George D. Maziarz, Arlene Stocki McNair, Judith L. Mittiga, Ken Mountain, Michael Mroczka, Donna Zellner Neal, John P. Zellner Neal, Priscilla C. Zellner Neal, Timothy J. Neal, John S. Olszowka, Ph.D., Lou Omel, JamiLee Piatt, Rae Proefrock, Paul A. Rumbold, Jr., the Museum’s Founding President, Lou Santiago, George Soemann, Marilyn Soemann, Valerie VanVoorhees, Sarah E. Walter, Barbara Wickman, David R. Zobrist; AdviceCreative – Tim Gerwitz; Tonawanda News – Terry Shaw; Wizard Communications – James Weber

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