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Manchester Symphony Society Patrons

Where would the orchestra be without the generous support of our patrons? With deep gratitude, the Symphony Society recognizes and expresses appreciation to our patrons and contributors who make each concert possible.

  Business and Community Partners  
  Corporate ($5,000+)  
  Indiana Arts Commission
Naragon and Purdy, Inc., CPAs (gift-in-kind)
 
  Corporate ($2,000+)  
  Community Foundation of Wabash County
Fox Products
Webb's Family Pharmacy
 
  Corporate ($1,000+)  
  Ford Meter Box Foundation, Inc.
POET Biorefining
 
  Corporate ($500+)  
  Batteries Plus Bulbs
McKee Mortuary
Midwest Poultry Services
Timbercrest Senior Living Community
 
  Corporate ($250+)  
  Beacon Credit Union Project Spotlight
Casey's General Store
Duke Energy
Fruit Basket Inn
Heartland REMC (Operation Round Up)
Kappa Kappa Kappa, Alpha Epsilon
New Market
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
 
  Corporate (Up to $250)  
  Anthony Chiropractic
Beacon Credit Union
BIT Computers
Car Recyclers
Grandstaff Hentgen Funeral Service
Harting Furniture
Hometown Hearing & Audiology, Dr. Brandy Weaver
Kappa Kappa Kappa, Gamma Kappa
Manchester Family Dentistry
Manchester Realty
Manchester University Community Club
Metzger Landscaping
The Paper
Riverbridge Electric
Tim Adams Insurance
Wetzel Insurance Agency
 
  Manchester Symphony Society Patrons  
  Life Patrons  
  Lloyd M. Hoff * (1963)
Vernon H. Stinebaugh (1989)
Janice Walrod * (1989)
Robert Bohn (1999)
Rosemary Manifold * (2003)
James R.C. Adams (2004)
Robert G. Jones (2004)
* deceased
 
  Conductor's Podium ($2,500+)  
  Anonymous
Jane Grandstaff
 
  Concertmaster ($1,000+)  
  James R.C. Adams and Thelma Rohrer
Arlene Deardorff
Ed and Martha Miller
 
  Symphony ($500-$999)  
  Lillian Brumbaugh
Debbie and James Chinworth
Beverly and Joel Eikenberry
Bob and Stephanie Jones
Jeanette M. Lahman
David and Renée McFadden
The Planer-Traxler Family
Shirley and David Rogers
 
  Overture ($250-$499)  
  Kay L. Batdorf
Martha and Bob Bohn
David Cattin
Lisa and Steve Ford
Arthur and Ellen Gilbert
David and Patty Grant
Eric and Maryjo Jones
Wilson and Mary Lutz
Joseph M. Mason and Dorotha Fry
Dan and Weebe Naragon
Kathryn and Roger Presl
David and Becky Waas
Marie Willoughby
 
  Chamber ($100-$249)  
  Barbara J. Amiss
Ruthann Angle
Ernest G. Barr
Stephen A. Batzka
Liz Hoffman Bauer
Dagny and Charles Boebel
Gregory Bowman and Joseph Hayes
Robert and Martha Bowman
Barry and Diana Bucher
James and Doris Carpenter
Judd and Joanne Case
Mary Chrastil
Peggy Coppler
Lois Davis
Robert and Lois Dowd
Eloise W. Eberly
Dean and Carolyn Eppley
Jan and David Fairchild
Nancy J. Frantz
Albert Germann II
Judith Glasgow
Kathie Grandstaff
Lana and Graham Groombridge
John L. and Esther L. Hamer
Monie Harley and Roland Young
Richard and Jane Harshbarger
Tim Hoffman
Jeff and Cathy Huber
Alan and Marilyn Kieffaber
Laurale and John Kreps
Dan and Paige Krouse
Bonnie Dee Merritt
Patricia Meyer
Judi and Fred Orr
Marcie and Roger Parker
Ronald D. and Beverly Petry
Laura Rager and Kent Martindale
Doug and Lisa Rice
Jo Ann Schall
Al and Ruth Ann Schlitt
Lorraine Slifer
Lois Snyder
Jim and Carol Streator
Nate and Tracy Trump
Eileen Weck
James V. Wehner
Dorothy L. Weldy
 
  Friends of the MSO (Up to $99)  
  Susan Beckett
James R. and Kay E. Gaier
Luke and Darlene Hunt  
       
 

The Concertmaster's Chair

 
 

The Symphony Society also gratefully acknowledges the generosity of David and Jane Grandstaff, who have provided financial support for the Orchestra's Concertmaster this season. The Concertmaster is the lead violinist, leads the orchestra in its tuning prior to the concert, and customarily plays all the violin solos within pieces. Additionally, the Concertmaster marks all of the violinists' parts with the appropriate bowings in order that the players are moving their bows in unison. The Manchester Symphony Society thanks David and Jane for underwriting this very important position.