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UNITED WE FIGHT. UNITED WE WIN.

UNITED WE FIGHT. UNITED WE WIN.


It has been an honor to serve United Way of Northeast
as the United Way Board Louisiana has a decades-long
Chair for the past year. tradition of mobilizing individuals,
businesses, government
Many exciting milestones entities, and non-profits
were reached during 2017- to unite against problems
2018, including the success faced in our community.
of the United Way Community
Listening Tour, which led to Inspired by the results of
newly established Community this tireless quest for a better
Impact and Bold Goals that Northeast Louisiana, I’m
meet the community’s broader excited and honored to
aspirations for our future. serve as the incoming Chair
of the United Way of Northeast Louisiana Board of
United Way also launched the VolunteerUNITED Volunteer Directors for 2018-2019.
Engagement Center in 2017 to connect individual and
employee groups to customized, meaningful volunteer The past year presented plenty of challenges for our
opportunities, while United Way 2-1-1 introduced text area, with homelessness emerging as the community’s
messaging to its line of services in spring 2018, increasing most immediate crisis. We are committed to continue
engagement with the next generation of Northeast working towards solutions by providing leadership,
Louisianans. accountability, and collaborating with the community to
stand United Against Homelessness.
Thanks to the dedication of our Workplace Campaign
CEOs, Campaign Coordinators, and Campaign Cabinet, While obstacles were present, 2017 was also a year of
and the generosity of our over 9,000 donors, United Way tremendous generosity, incredible volunteer efforts, and
continues to support volunteer-driven initiatives like powerful results. Together, we are motivated to continue
READ.LEARN.SUCCEED. and Dollars & $ense Reality Fair, to build momentum as we seek to make our community
as well as invest in community partner programs that healthier in 2018 and beyond.
work to meet our community’s needs.
Thank you to everyone who helped make 2017 a win. I
On behalf of the United Way of Northeast Louisiana invite you to join the fight to make 2018-2019 a year of
Board of Directors, thank you for your continued support hope and positive change for everyone in our community.
of United Way’s mission, and your commitment to LIVE
UNITED by working together to build a stronger, healthier
community.

Ron Barron Blake Wheelis


Don M. Barron Contractor, Inc. Blake Wheelis State Farm Agency, Inc.
2017-2018 Board of Directors, Chair 2018-2019 Board of Directors, Incoming Chair

In 2017, United Way of Northeast Louisiana celebrated 61 years of helping people and improving our
community. Though this mission was established long ago, United Way will always continue
to adapt to our community’s changing needs, addressing the issues you are most passionate
about solving.

We are proud of the work that was accomplished just over the past year by our remarkably
dedicated volunteer leadership, and look forward to continuing to build upon the foundation
they’ve laid as we establish new solutions to our community’s most daunting problems.
Janet S. Durden,
United Way of
Northeast Louisiana
President

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WHAT WILL YOU FIGHT FOR?
UNITED WE FIGHT. UNITED WE WIN.

We are the problem solvers, the hand raisers, and the We get results, whether through initiatives like READ.
game changers. We go after our community’s toughest LEARN.SUCCEED., providing free community services
challenges and come up with new solutions to old problems, like United Way 2-1-1 or employee engagement opportunities
working with people from all walks of life to turn those through our VolunteerUNITED Volunteer Engagement
solutions into action. It’s not easy, but we never give up. Center, fueling collective impact by collaborating to tackle
And we don’t do it alone. issues like hunger (Lincoln Parish Hunger Task Force)
and homelessness (United Against Homelessness), or investing
For 62 years, United Way of Northeast Louisiana has in the work of our partners who are providing critical
been the unifying force that brings together passionate community services.
individuals, businesses, government entities, and
non-profits to effectively create positive, lasting change, Together, we fight for the Education, Financial Stability,
improve lives, and build a stronger community. We and Health of every person in our community.
accomplish this by mobilizing partners and resources
throughout the 12-parish region in a united effort to With more than 900 volunteers and over 9,000 donors,
identify and respond to our community’s most critical we’re powered by thousands of locals who want to help
needs. people and improve our community—now and for generations
to come.
United, we are focused on helping young people become
more successful in school and life, creating economic
opportunity for all, encouraging healthier individuals
and families, and promoting safer, more inclusive
communities.
43
900+
Supported
Community
Programs

12 Volunteers

9,000+
Parishes

Donors

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COMMUNITY IMPACT
United Way is creating a better, stronger Northeast Louisiana We accomplish this through research, compiling data
by creating strategic solutions focused on education, and expert knowledge, forming and convening collaborations
financial stability, and health, the foundation of United with community and corporate partners, investing in
Way’s Community Impact goals and strategies. programs and initiatives, conducting listening sessions
to receive critical feedback from Northeast Louisianans,
Community Impact means aligning our resources to and engaging volunteers to inspire action and advance
ensure we make a concentrated effort in creating solutions our work in the community. These strategies enable us
in these areas to move people on a pathway towards a to improve lives and create a stronger, healthier community
better quality of life. for all.

Mobilize and engage Study community


volunteers to inspire needs, partner with

COMMUNITY IMPACT
action and advance our experts, conduct
work in the community Community
conversations,
Identify solutions,
evaluate results

Invest in strategies Engage passionate


and programs that help Community Partners:
reach our Community Individuals, Businesses,
Impact goals Governments, and
Non-Profits

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THE COMMUNITY SPOKE. WE LISTENED.
We believe it’s important to bring all voices to the What was learned has helped to shape United Way’s strategic
table to find solutions for the challenges facing our direction, ultimately making Northeast Louisiana a
region, therefore, in February 2017, United Way of stronger community for everyone.
Northeast Louisiana volunteers and staff embarked
on a Listening Tour, facilitating feedback from local Following the conclusion of the 2017 Listening Tour,
people to gain a deeper understanding of what their our volunteers and staff rolled up their sleeves to
aspirations are for our community. identify the community’s aspirations for Northeast
Louisiana.
The Listening Tour included over 560 local people in
more than 75 eye-opening conversations across five After extensive analysis, several definitive themes
area parishes, providing a unique opportunity for community emerged across all the Conversations.
members to share their thoughts and provide feedback,
while enabling us to gather a broad range of perspectives
from people from all walks of life.
COMMUNITY IMPACT

Demographics & Statistics Conversation Themes


A Safe Community with Less Crime,
Violence, and Substance Abuse

560
75
Conversations
Local People
More Unity and Equality
with People Working Together

Over
Need for a Well-Educated and

23
Communities/Cities
Workforce-Ready Community

A Healthy Community

Age & Gender Ethnicity Community Growth and


Economic Development
Female: 61.4% White: 49.8%

Male: 38.6% Black: 47.9%


Need to Address Poverty
Age Range: 15 - 92 Asian/Hispanic/ and Homelessness
Multiracial: 2.3%

Increased Community
Involvement and Awareness
Parishes:
LaSalle | Lincoln | Ouachita | Union | West Carroll

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COMMUNITY ASPIRATIONS & IMPACT GOALS
After Listening Tour themes were identified, the United Way Strategic Planning Committee combined this feedback
with research, best practices, and expert knowledge to develop Community Impact goals and strategies to
address issues community members are most passionate about.

Children, Youth, and Young Adults Economic Opportunity for All


Successful in School and Life Individuals and families have
adequate and sustainable
resources to support their needs

COMMUNITY IMPACT
Individuals and families have the
Children Enter School Ready
skills, knowledge, relationships,
and economic pathways they need
to effectively increase and manage
Students are Successful in their income
Elementary School and prepared
for middle/secondary school
Vulnerable populations maximize
their ability to live with independence
and dignity
Youth gain the knowledge, skills,
and credentials so that they are People/organizations continue to
prepared for the workforce and are work together to support a thriving,
able to obtain family sustaining prosperous, robust economy
employment

Healthy and Safe Individuals, Families, and Community


Families/individuals live in a healthy and safe environment

People/organizations work together to strengthen and build a more inclusive community

Learn more at unitedwaynela.org


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BOLD GOALS
Once Community Impact goals were established, the United Way of Northeast Louisiana Strategic Planning Committee
began digging deeper to work on establishing targeted Bold Goals, designed to achieve specific results by 2025.

Two 2025 Bold Goals promoting Financial Stability and a Healthy Community were presented by volunteers and
approved by the United Way Board of Directors.

Strategic Planning Committee volunteers continue to work towards laying the framework for Bold Goals that
address issues in Education, as well as those that encourage Healthy, Safe Families and Individuals.

For the latest on United Way’s Community Impact and Bold Goals, visit unitedwaynela.org/boldgoals.
COMMUNITY IMPACT

Education
Financial Stability
COMING At least
SOON
2,025
Healthy Community
Engage

70,000
People to build a stronger,
Healthy, Safe
Families &
Individuals
Struggling families are
more financially stable

more inclusive community COMING SOON

United Way of Northeast Louisiana Strategic Planning Committee


Dr. Ron Berry, University of Louisiana Monroe, Chair Kelly Shambro, Progressive Bank
Stan Anderson, Regions Bank Eve Van Sickle, St. Francis Medical Center
Ron Barron, Don M. Barron Contractor, Inc. Dr. Harrington Watson, III, Robinson Elementary School,
Ernest Finch, Thomas & Farr, Inc. Ouachita Parish School System
Adam O’Neal, Origin Bank Blake Wheelis, Blake Wheelis State Farm Agency, Inc.
Amy Price Sawyer, North Delta Title Company

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VOLUNTEERUNITED
In 2017, United Way of Northeast Louisiana launched VolunteerUNITED, a Volunteer Engagement Center developed
to connect individual and group volunteers to the region’s most pressing needs, providing rewarding volunteer
experiences, translating their passions into action, and inspiring them to take part in positive community change.

Employee Teams Individual Employees


United Way can help connect your employee teams Once your employees volunteer as a team, many of
to meaningful volunteer experiences. Whether it’s a them will be inspired to do more as individual volunteers.
one-day activity, or longer-term team-building project, There are several opportunities available at United
our Community Engagement Manager is available to Way for your employees to volunteer on their own.
assist you through the entire process.
Whether you’re passionate about helping 2nd and 3rd
Our customized options are organized to support graders increase their reading skills, or participating

COMMUNITY IMPACT
United Way of Northeast Louisiana’s community in an interactive simulation that teaches high school
impact work in education, financial stability, and students about banking, budgeting, and savings, or
health, while meeting your organization’s community lending your time to United Way 2-1-1 to help people
engagement goals. during times of disaster, we offer opportunities for
everyone.

Get Ready to VolunteerUNITED!


Sign up at unitedwaynela.org/volunteer
or call United Way 2-1-1

Receive confirmation from the


Community Engagement Manager
and be provided a list of opportunities
with United Way

Choose a volunteer opportunity that


matches your company’s interests and THANK YOU
to our awesome
desired time commitment
VolunteerUNITED
Volunteer
Companies!
Collaborate with the Community
Engagment Manager to coordinate
your VolunteerUNITED Volunteer
Experience!

Download the VolunteerUNITED Toolkit at


unitedwaynela.org/volunteer

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UNITED WAY 2-1-1
United Way 2-1-1, a free, confidential service of United Here are just a few of the topics callers contact
Way of Northeast Louisiana, is your Convenient Community United Way 2-1-1 about:
Connection to information and resources.
• Basic Needs (food, clothing, housing)
United Way 2-1-1’s trained, experienced staff is available • Consumer Information
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year…even • Volunteer Opportunities
holidays. In 2017, United Way 2-1-1 staff answered • Criminal & Legal Services
over 14,117 calls.
• Education
Contacting United Way 2-1-1 is quick (the average call • Environmental & Public Health/Safety
time in 2017 was 4 minutes, 24 seconds, with an aver- • Health Care
age hold time of 26 seconds), easy, and can save you • Income Support & Employment
time and energy when seeking help or information. • Individual & Family Life
• Leisure Activities & Recreation
Now you can text 2-1-1 to be connected to services! • Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services
• Organizational & Community Services
COMMUNITY IMPACT

Launched in spring 2018, United Way 2-1-1’s texting


features are available Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 For more information about United Way 2-1-1, visit
p.m., providing another easy, convenient way to get
unitedwaynela.org/211, or simply dial 2-1-1.
connected to:

Information: Simple requests for information like


phone numbers, addresses, hours of operation, etc. Text your
Referrals: 2-1-1 staff will assess your needs to
connect you to appropriate, available services ZIP CODE
Advocacy: 2-1-1 can communicate on behalf of
callers to ensure that they receive services to 898-211!
Crisis: 2-1-1 specialists can help deescalate crisis TEXT United Way 2-1-1,
8 a.m. - 5 p.m., M - F!
situations and provide warm connections to crisis
counselors

Language Translation Calls: Non-English speakers


can be helped using telephone translators, available
for more than 150 languages

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Individual, Family &
Community Support

*Data from the United Way 2-1-1 2017 Annual Report. Download the complete Report at unitedwaynela.org/211.

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UNITED AGAINST HOMELESSNESS
Collaborative efforts facilitated by United Way of Northeast Louisiana are underway to address homelessness in
Ouachita Parish and have also begun in Lincoln Parish, as United Way supporters and community leaders across the
region commit to stand United Against Homelessness. This partnership of area non-profits, faith-based organizations,
government, businesses, and volunteers have developed both short and long-term solutions to reduce homelessness.
This collaborative approach aims to connect homeless individuals and families with those who can provide needed
services.

Homelessness is a problem no one person or group can solve. United Way, along with our volunteers and collaborative
partners, will continue to develop and expand long-range solutions to alleviate homelessness in Northeast Louisiana.

Louisiana

Desiard Street Shelter


Day Shelter Services

COMMUNITY IMPACT
United Way of Northeast Louisiana

*Indicates United Way of Northeast Louisiana Investment

Short-Term Solution:
OVERNIGHT EMERGENCY SHELTER
Chronically Mentally Ill: Monroe Area Guidance

General Homeless: To Be Determined*

Victims of Domestic Violence: D.A.R.T.*, The Wellspring*

Women with Substance Abuse & Their Children: Rays of Sonshine*

Youth and Young Adults: Christopher Youth Center*

Short-Term Solution: Long-Term Solution:


TEMPORARY HOUSING LONG-TERM HOUSING

Front Door for Housing* Chronically Homeless: Elisha Ministries,


A collaboration of the The Wellspring*
Chronically Mentally Ill: Monroe Area Guidance
H.O.M.E. Coalition, Chronically Homeless Women with
Families: Family Promise, The Wellspring*
Christopher Youth Substance Abuse: Rays of Sonshine*
Men: Two Penny Ministries Center, The Wellspring,
Individuals & Families with Children:
Veterans: The Wellspring and United Way. 69 area The Wellspring*
Victims of Domestic Violence: The Wellspring* households have moved
Veterans: The Wellspring
from emergency shelter
Women & Children: LA Baptist Children’s Home-Home Place Victims of Domestic Violence: D.A.R.T.*,
to long-term sustainable
Youth & Young Adults: Christopher Youth Center* housing between October The Wellspring*
2017 and May 2018. Youth & Young Adults: Christopher Youth Center*

Data of 6/5/18

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UNITED WAY SUPPORTED PROGRAMS
United Way of Northeast Louisiana’s collective impact includes providing community initiatives and services like
READ.LEARN.SUCCEED., Dollars & $ense Reality Fair, United Way 2-1-1, and VolunteerUNITED, as well as investing
in existing community partner programs that relate to our focus on encouraging child and youth success, economic
opportunity, and a healthier, safer community for all.

Academic Success, Boys & Girls Clubs of I CAN, O.I. C. of Ouachita


North Central Louisiana In-Home Assistance, Ouachita Council on Aging
Adopt-A-Senior, Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana Kid’s Cabinet, Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana
Agency Program, Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana Learning for Life, Boy Scouts of America,
ARCO Supported Employment, ARCO Louisiana Purchase Council
Backpack-for-Kids, Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana Lincoln Parish Hunger Task Force, United Way of
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Louisiana, Northeast Louisiana Community Collaboration
The Wellspring Alliance for Families Multicultural Markets, Boy Scouts of America,
COMMUNITY IMPACT

Business Administrative Technology Program, Louisiana Purchase Council


O.I.C. of Ouachita Non-Emergency Medical Transportation,
Children’s Coalition Early Head Start, Ouachita Council on Aging
Children’s Coalition of Northeast Louisiana Patient Advocate Program, The Health Hut
Congregate Meals, Ouachita Council on Aging Permanent and Transitional Housing,
Counseling & Family Development Center, The Wellspring Alliance for Families
The Wellspring Alliance for Families Prescription Counseling and Services,
Dollars & $ense Reality Fair, Saint Vincent de Paul Community Pharmacy
United Way of Northeast Louisiana Project Learn, Boys & Girls Clubs of
Domestic Violence Program, D.A.R.T. Northeast Louisiana
Domestic Violence Program, READ.LEARN.SUCCEED., United Way of Northeast Louisiana
The Wellspring Alliance for Families Senior Adult and Community Supportive Services,
Emergency Services for Military Families, West Ouachita Senior Center
American Red Cross Shelter and Supportive Services,
Family Counseling Center, Louisiana Methodist Christopher Youth Center
Children & Family Services Social Service Provision,
Financial Literacy Program, O.I.C. of Ouachita NELA Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation
Front Door for Housing, United Way of Northeast Substance Abuse Residential Treatment for Mothers
Louisiana Community Collaboration and Children, Rays of Sonshine
Girl Scouting Leadership Experience, Summer Camping Program, MedCamps of Louisiana
Girl Scouts, Pines to the Gulf The Zone Food Pantry and Community Warehouse,
HiSet Program, O.I.C. of Ouachita Rays of Sonshine
Home Fire Prevention and Relief, Traditional Scouting, Boy Scouts of America,
American Red Cross Louisiana Purchase Council
Home-Delivered Meals, Lincoln Council on Aging United Way 2-1-1, United Way of Northeast Louisiana
Home-Delivered Meals, Ouachita Council on Aging VolunteerUNITED, United Way of Northeast Louisiana
Home-Delivered Meals, Union Council on Aging

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LEADERSHIP GIVING
At the heart of United Way of Northeast Louisiana is a dedicated group of people with strength, character and sense
of purpose who inspire others to help meet the needs of the community. We are thankful for the generosity of our
Leadership Givers who are committed to helping people and improving our community. A leadership gift of $500 or
more to United Way of Northeast Louisiana is an investment in more caps and gowns, stronger, financially stable
families, healthier children and seniors, and increased access to basic needs such as food, shelter, medicine, transportation,
and disaster relief. Your gift is strategically invested in local programs, initiatives, and community collaborations
that aim to meet United Way’s Community Impact Goals.

How the Community Benefits How Your Company Benefits


Access to New Resources: New Positive Image: Demonstrates a company’s
dollars from leadership giving donations commitment to improving lives in our
enhance the ability of United Way to community
efficiently respond to emerging community
needs Employee Performance: Leadership giving
activities encourage teamwork and
Recognition of New Community Leaders: enhance relationships by connecting
Leadership donors and volunteers gain employees with a shared vision and
recognition for their philanthropic work passion
and are recognized as community leaders
More Resources: A company’s overall
Increased Community Spirit: Leadership United Way campaign increases, creating
donors have increased pride in the more community resources to invest in
community and desire to participate in services, programs, and initiatives
community activities

LEADERSHIP GIVING
LEADERSHIP GIVING BENEFITS

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Partnering with Northeast
Joining a network of Louisiana’s premier Invitation to
philanthropic leaders philanthropic organization; exclusive United
who are engaged locally ensuring that gifts, voice, Way of Northeast
playing a critical role in and time are efficiently Louisiana special
creating long-lasting, invested in our community events, volunteer
positive changes in our to maximize impact with experiences, and
community a single, tax-deductible networking opportunities
donation

Our community’s future rests with leaders like you—people who see the big picture and are willing to share part of
themselves with their neighbors. We ask you to join the fight, make the commitment, and set a leadership example
for others to follow by becoming a member of one of three United Way of Northeast Louisiana Leadership Societies:

Tocqueville Society (Pages 12-15): Annual Gift of $10,000+

Steamboat Society (Pages 16-21): Annual Gift of $1,000-9,999

Bayou Society (Page 21): Annual Gift of $500-999

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TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY
Alexis de Tocqueville Society
The United Way of Northeast Louisiana Alexis de Tocqueville Society represents the highest level of leadership
giving and recognizes local philanthropic leaders and volunteer champions who have devoted their time, talent,
and funds to create long-lasting changes by tackling Northeast Louisiana’s most serious issues, changing lives
through philanthropic leadership and action. Tocqueville Society benefits include invitations to exclusive sponsored
events, including Campaign Kickoff, and Celebrating Excellence.

Tocqueville Society Giving Levels:

Membres de la Société: $10,000 - $14,999

Les Bienfaiterus: $15,000 - $24,999

Ordre de Liberté: $25,000 - $99,999

La Société Nationale: $100,000 - $249,999

2018 Tocqueville Society Leadership


LEADERSHIP GIVING

Drew & Joe Farr


2018 Tocqueville Society Chairs
Thomas & Farr Agency, Inc.

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TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY
La Société Nationale ($100,000 - $249,999) Ordre d’Liberte ($25,000 - $99,999)

Mr.* & Mrs. Saul A. Mintz Stephanie & Nelson Abell Chip Lyman
Strauss Interests, Inc. PolyCorr, Inc.

Les Bienfaiterus ($15,000 - $24,999)

Cathy & Bill Cheek Nan & George W. Cummings, III Sarah & Steve Davison Stewart Ewing
CenturyLink InterMountain Management, LLC CenturyLink
/Progressive Bank

LEADERSHIP GIVING
Linda & Joe Holyfield Melinda & Morris Mintz Lynn & James Moore Maxine & Brian Moreau
P&S Surgical Hospital & Strauss Interests, Inc. Moore Investments CenturyLink / BMO Ventures, LLC
Specialty Management Services
of Ouachita (SMSO) /
Holyfield Construction

Mr. & Mrs. Glen F. Post, III Thomas H.* & Mayme P.* Stephanie & Scott Trezise Pat & Clyde White
CenturyLink Scott Foundation CenturyLink

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TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY
Membres de la Societe ($10,000 - $14,999)

Louise* & Jim* Altick Mark K. Anderson Family Lisa & Bill Bradley Lynna & Ricky Caples, D.D.S. Jan & Mike Clay
Mid-South Extrusion Glenwood Regional Caples & Robinson Orthodontics Clay’s RV
Medical Center/
CenturyLink

Catherine & Larry Danna, M.D. Renee & Todd Davison Susan & Terry Duke Rosemary & Randy Ewing
Christian Creed Genesis Energy, LP Function First, LLC /
CREED & CREED Arthur J. Gallagher Risk
Management Services, Inc.
LEADERSHIP GIVING

Drew & Joe Farr Leigh Ann & Stacey Goff Elizabeth & Jeff Hargrave Andi & Chris Holyfield Lisa Holyfield &
Thomas & Farr Agency, Inc. CenturyLink Graphic Packaging Eat to Lose / Madeleine Joseph
International Holyfield Construction Holyfield, Inc.

Nancy & Carrick Inabnett Susan & Evelyn & Jody & Bishop Anne & Elton Kennedy
John Rea Reality / Snellings, John Jackson Jeffrey L. Johnson Johnston, III Kennedy Companies
Breard, Sartor, Inabnett, & John Jackson & Scott Powerline &
Thrasher, LLP Company, LLC Utility Equipment, LLC

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TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY
Membres de la Societe ($10,000 - $14,999)

Kay & Hugh G. Ann Marie & Drake Mills Cherry & Randy Morris Sue & Tom Nicholson
McDonald, Jr. Argent Financial Group, Inc. / West Carroll Health Systems Monroe Chamber of
Origin Bank Commerce / Strauss
Interests, Inc.

Reba & Freddy Nolan Cyndy & John Perry Tanya & Mark Pesek Thad J. Ryan, III
NAI Faulk & Foster Jim Taylor Chevrolet / Ryan Auto Group
Jim Taylor Ford Lincoln

LEADERSHIP GIVING
Sharon & Tom Scott, Jr. Julie & Dewey Weaver Anonymous (2)
Scott Powerline & Utility InterMountain
Equipment, LLC Management, LLC

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STEAMBOAT SOCIETY
The United Way of Northeast Louisiana Steamboat Society has been a major factor in the overall success of United Way of
Northeast Louisiana’s community impact efforts and reflects the commitment of an individual or couple’s dedication to
improving the quality of life in our community. Steamboat Society benefits include invitations to sponsored United Way
events including Campaign Kickoff, Celebrating Excellence, and more!

Steamboat Society Giving Levels:

Commander — $1,000 - $1,499


Captain— $1,500 - $2,499
Commodore — $2,500 - $4,999
Admiral— $5,000 - $9,999

2018 Steamboat Society Leadership


LEADERSHIP GIVING

Karen & Dean Mailhes Cindy & Rusty Woodard


2018 Steamboat Society Chairs 2018 Lincoln-Union-Jackson Parish Steamboat Society Chairs
Argent Financial Group Community Volunteer / Woodard & Cement

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STEAMBOAT SOCIETY
Steamboat Society: Admiral ($5,000 - $9,999)
Kathi & Terry Barnhill Kim & Jeff Glover Sally Liew & Kevin Koh Tiffany Riley
Gwen & Ron S. Barron Gwen & Tim Green Michelle & Philip Kolterman Saundra & Jonathan Robinson
Richard Batelaan Susan & Clint Haddock Cammeron & Trey Lutrick Peggy & Larry Rogers
Jan & Ralph Brockman Andria L. Hall-Oby Gregory S. McManus H. Graham Schneider
James Clement Thomas Herdtner Angela & John D. Mims Adam D. Shell
Christy & Max Cox Amanda & Doug Hinton Arabella & James W. Moore, III Walter Snellgrove
Brenda & Tony Davis Marcia & Lyle Hippen Hope & Joshua Myers Allison & Bryan Taylor
Bradley Ernst Dr. Gwenn Jackson & Mr. Denis O’Leary Carla Wallace
Susan & Brandon Ewing Charles Jackson Felecia Oliver Kimberly D. Watson
Marc Felts Roger E. Johnston Nancy Kay & Ben Peters Sherry & John Mark Wilhite
Laura Garner Susan & John Jones Stephanie & Vincent Aaron Polk Anonymous
Cindy & Wesley Gibson Loren & Jason Kien Beverly Posey
Kori & Sean Glore Olga & Derek A. Koecher Richard D. Rawles

Steamboat Society: Commodore ($2,500 - $4,999)


Cristy & Alan B. Alford Beth & Paul Cornelison Julie Hiner-Gleason Joseph Scivicque
Brandon Allen Rachel Creel Kelly & Bill Hogan Stephanie & Nat Smith
Cathy & Jerry Allen Nancy & David G. Darland Janell & L. J. Holland Jennifer & William Sparks
Yvonne & Kent Anderson Marilyn & Vincent Dorris Florencia & Terry L. Holt Robert Stokes
Debbie & Glenn Austin Janet & Bob Durden Rachel Hutchinson Frank B. Tannehill
Garland Bailey Krystal & Kristopher Ferlicca Luke C. Hynum Kathy & John VanVeckhoven
Erin & Brett Barclay Matthew Ford Cindy & Chuck Johns Connie & Tim Walden
Charlotte & Sam R. Garner Michelle L. Johnson Lanaya Wattree
Joseph B. Barron, M.D. Jill & Johnny Gaudet Shavondalyn King Jan & K.J. Wawrzyniak, Jr.
Chad A. Beasinger Dan Gibson Kelsea McCrary John White
Joan & Jerry Beene Susan & Ernest Green Tisdale & Kyle McDonald Kathy & Wayne Williamson
Sharon R. Benson Kathy & Les Guice, PhD Donna B. Powell
Jay M. Berglin Judy & Billy Haddad Selene & John Rea
Kathy & Murray Biedenharn Mary Ann & Harvey Hales, Jr. Yvette & Daran Reeves

LEADERSHIP GIVING
Jeremiah Burton Mona & Dan Hastings Varner Rencher
Traci & Robert Canterbury Joshua Henshaw Linda & Daniel D. Reneau, PhD
Jeremy T. Cave Terri & Gerry Hicks Hope & Dan Robertson
Lisa & David Cole Robyn & Walter Hillman Erica & Michael Ryan

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STEAMBOAT SOCIETY
Steamboat Society: Captain ($1,500 - $2,499)
Graham Abell LaCosha Lashell Foster Holly & Richie LeBlanc Heidi & Erik Stoor
Pam Accardo Sheryl & Stephen Gillikin Dee & John L. Ledbetter, M.D. Stephan Suh
Lynda S. Alderman Kristy & Jeff Golson Karen & Gary Lively Daphne & Kirk Taylor
Katie & Richard Anderson Sally & Randy Graham Paulen Luttgeharm Kebere Tewahade
Stan Anderson Judy & Ronny Graham Jodi & Matt Lyle Angela & Frederick Thomas
Pam & Vaughn Antley Annie & J.D. Greco Eric Maunz Sharron & Jerry Thomas
Debbie & Glenn Austin Susan & Jay Guillot Leazel & Scott McDonald Julie & Blaine Thornhill
Tammy Belleau Lauren & Thomas Gulick, M.D. Mary Anne & Mac McKenzie Mark Turrentine
Christine Berry, PhD Karen & Raymond Haik, M.D. Nonie & Billy McKie Eve Van Sickle
& Ron Berry, PhD Katie & Lance Hall Emily & Jay Morris Kathleen Victory
Jesse Boltuc Drs. Anne & Robert Hallsell Patti & Todd Nelson Susan Weaver
Tom & Cathi Cox Boniol Bridget & David Hampton Beth & Rodney C. Newsom Kristen & Layne Weeks
Todd Bordelon Cindy & Bruce Hampton Tina & Joe Newton Ashley & Frederick West
Shane A. Bridges Heidi & Mark D. Harper Brooke & Cory O’Bryant Jodi & Blake Wheelis
Theresa & Jeff Burkhart Susan & Bob Harwood Shelia & John William O’Leary, Jr. Donna & Don Whilhelm
Alice & Kerry Byrnes, M.D. Jeffery Hawley Marisol & Adam O’Neal Dennis Williams
Monica & Taylor Cagle Meredith & Tommy Hayes JoAnn & Paul Pickering Tina L. Williams
Pat A. Carnahan Peggy A. Hemphill John M. Quillman Larry L. Wilson
Lori & Randy Cason Michael Henagan Julie & Jered Ramsey Kristen & Ross Wolkart
Debora & Todd Colvin Erin & Andy Hicks Tara & Richard Raue Brian H. Woodard
Debra & Chris Craighead Denise & Stephen Hill Robert Reedy Anonymous (3)
Lori & Jim Crotwell Johnnie & Paul Hogan Rhonda Richters
Cary C. Davis Sabrina & Ronald E. Hogan Olitsa & Lee Robbins
Rick Dawson Nancy & Trotter Hunt Susan & Dennis Rowland
Gretchen M. Dean Susie & Mickel Husted Carolyn & RG Skip Russell, III
Nicholas Denardo Spencer Hutchinson Diana & Sheriff Jay Russell
Paul Eason Darren Hynum Annmarie & Thomas Sartor
Lisa Hensley Eckert & Lesley & Bob James Christopher B. Selby
Win Eckert Jeffery Johnstone Kelly & Tim Shambro
Anja & Greg Elias Robert D. Keen, II Jim Sholtis
Kari K. & John H. Ellis Gina & David Kennedy Deborah Sigman
Christie & Robert L. Ellis Marilyn & Ronald Koepke, M.D. Carrie & Rick Siudy
LEADERSHIP GIVING

Meryl & Peyton Farr Sushma Krishnamurty, M.D. Brian Sledge


Kathy A. Flynn Christine & Jerry Lazenby Tammy & R. Greg Soignier

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STEAMBOAT SOCIETY
Steamboat Society: Commander ($1,000 - $1,499)

William E. Adcock Michelle Allen Chrissy & Darell Evans Leslie & Ryan Horvath
Debbie & Ricky Albritton & Brian Cassel Janice Evans Judy & Francis Huffman
Katie & Jason Albritton Nancy & Monte Chapman Kimberly N. Felts Denise & John Hull, M.D.
Jodie & Henry Alexander Susan & Ryan Chappell Carol & William T. Ferguson, M.D. Gail & Lee Humble, M.D.
John Curtis Allen Anna Chop Louise & Robert E. Feron Karen & Trott Hunt
Scott L. Anderson Katie & Cullen Clark Robin & Michael Fincher John R. Hunter
Diana & Ralph G. Asbury, M.D. Randi L. Clifton Derenda Flowers Lynn & Bill Hutchinson
Michael B. Aulds Patricia & Don Coker, PhD Ramona Fluker Cathy & Cecil Hutto, Jr., PhD
Cathy Ayo Brandi & David L. Cole Gordan Ford Greg A. Jester
Toni & Danny Bacon Candice & David T. Cole Becky & Kenneth Franklin Jim Johnson
Kenya D. Baker Elaine & Bobby Coleman Rhonda & Ralph Greg Franklin Kayla & David Johnson
Naomi Bamburg Janette & Roy Collins Tish & John D. Freeman Vanessa
Jennifer & Kerry Banks Laurie & Tim Colvin Paula & Jay Garrett & Reverend Taurus Johnson
Mary & Thomas W. Barham Kalynda S. Cook Lynda & R. Louis Gavioli, M.D. Jo Libby Johnston
Leah & Thomas J. Barker Catherine & Collins Coon, M.D. Beth & Eric Geist, D.D.S. Tami & Lamar Johnston, D.D.S.
Lisa & Eddie Barnes Misti & Hardeman Cordell, V Charlotte & Jimmy Goodwin Ava & Scott Jones
Loura & Guy Barr Susan Claire & Hardy Gordon, M.D. Gina & Mike Jones
Janis B. Barraza, D.D.S. & J. & J. Hardeman Cordell, IV Grant G. Goza Pam & Mike Jones
Michael Barraza, M.D. Cherice Cottrell Kim & Clint Graham Olivia Jones
Patti & Blaine Bates Helen Cox Kate & Danny Graham Teresa K. & Shane Jones
Kindra L. Beard Susan & Rodney Cox Julie & Mark Graham Katie & Greg E. Kahmann
Connie & Barry Bell Liz & Darrel Craft Lisa M. Griggs Melanie & Freddy Kalil
Alana & John Belton Amy & Trent Crawford Laura & Barry Guinn Aimee & Tim Kane
Nelsie & Jim Bershen Jamie Sheridan Crawley & Steven Gullatt Beverly Keahey
Jennifer & Keith Biedenharn Philip Crawley John D. Gummere Anne B. Kilpatrick
Angie & Troy Biscomb Mary Kathryn Crigler, DDS Virginia & Joseph A. Haddad Carole & Tex Kilpatrick
Cullen L. Bishop & David Crigler Kelly & Josh M. Hammett Sarah & Ryan Kilpatrick
Francis William Blake Lauren & Patrick Crisostomo Joan & Gary Hampton Laurie King
Alex Bohl Karen S. Cupit Jill & William H. Handy Charles Kinnison
James C. Bond Holley & Kevin Cuppia Shelly & Jeremy Harrell Karen & Michael Knox
Pattye R. Bowen Courtney & Bob Curry, III Bill Harrison Vickie & Bill Krutzer
Sheryl & Richard Bradley Jay Cuthbert Connie Highfill Brandi & Kasey Kyzar

LEADERSHIP GIVING
Kimberly & Ben Breithaupt Deborah D’Aguiar & Patrick Harrison Kelsey
Terry & Harvey Briggs Jan & Derek Daniels Lisa Hart & Jeffrey Laudenheimer
Caroline & Alan Brockman Carrie & Dan Davidson, M.D. Jon Hashimoto Sabrina Lebeouf
Rosy & Terry Bromell Jerome Davis Kara & Jason Hawkins Donald H. LeBlanc
Stephanie & Allen Brooks Kristi Davis, D.D.S. & Helen & Dennis Hennen Janine & Richard Lewis
Andrea Brown John A. Davis, M.D. John Herren Melanie & Jedd Lewis
Cynthia Brown Rachel & Thomas Davison Ashley & Morgan Herring Annette & Paul Jason Little
Debra & Andy Brown Kelly Day Alice Higginbotham Todd Little
Glenda & Lloyd Brown William Dean & Lawrence Ross Anne & Jim Lockhart
Jane & Kenny Brown Kitty DeGree Foundation Lisa & Heath Hightower Bert Loe
Wende & Lance W. Bruce Carol & Benny Denny David G. Hilton Rachel & Jim Loftin
Elizabeth A. Bryan Michael L. Dent Miriam & Hal Hinchliffe Robert Loftin
Lamar Buffington Maggi & Joe Derry Tashia & Dakin Hines Sylvia & John* Loftin
Claire & Tom Bullock Eilesia Dixon Christy & Robert Lopez
Todd G.Burgess Leah & Darren Dougan Clay G. Hipp, III Kim & Rickey Lowery
Heather & Derek Busby Erika Dupont Gray Hipp Debbie & John L. Luffey, Jr.
Brian Butram Melissa & BJay Durrett Representative & Mrs. Frank Johellen & Malcolm Maddox
Jennifer Caddy Brett Eager A. Hoffmann Karen & Dean Mailhes
Julie & Marshall Cain, M.D. Sandra & Wade Earnheart Shelly Mulhearn Holloway Joshua L. Malone
James T. Calhoun Leeann Easter & John Holloway Kellie & Ben Malone
Caleb Campbell Christie & Michael Echols Janie & Quentin D. Holmes, Sr., PhD Josh Mandrell, M.D.
Guy Campbell III Linda Echols Doris Honea Judge & Mrs. Wendell Manning
Shawnette Virginia & Thomas Eddleman Liz & John Hood William J. Manning
& Scott Campbell Jennifer & Erik Etzel Debbie Horstmann Laura & Zak Marchelos

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STEAMBOAT SOCIETY
Brenda & Charles Marsala Amy & Jim Norris Amy & Michael Sawyer Michelle & Cary Tolar
Emily & Wesley Martin Judi & Randal E. Null, PhD Debbie & Bill Sawyer Elizabeth & Steve Turnley
Joleen L. Martin Paige & Travis Oliver, IV Gregory M. Scallan Melannie Turpin, D.D.S. &
Arthur Martinez Evalyn & Tommy Ormond Ginger & Lonnie Scarborough Corbin Turpin, D.D.S
Carolyn & Robert Marx, M.D. Christine & David Osafo, M.D. Jane & Jimmie Schneider David W. Turrentine
Judy & Don F. Marx, M.D. Dana & Raymond Osborn Karen & Robert E. Schott, Jr. Linda & Jim Tuten
Cindy & Ron Mason Adam R. Pace Amy & Griffin Scott Ruth & Mark Ulrich
Mayor Jennifer & Tap Parker Darrius Scott Jessica
& Mrs. James E. Mayo Shelley & Jeff Parker Debra & Butch Sensley & Trey Underwood, D.V.M.
Jessie Wade McCarty Laurie & Jeff Parks Kiran N. Seshagiri Ken Upshaw
Derek R. McClusky, M.D. Christopher Pearson Anna Claire Mary Ann
Millicent & Billy McConnell Rashonda Pearson & Ed Seymour, Jr. & Billy VanVeckhoven
Rhonda & Clay McConnell Joseph Penick Louis Shaw Mike VanVeckhoven
Tonya & Eric McCulloch Carolyn & Harvey Perry Gayle & John Shepard, D.D.S Nancy & Jerome Vascocu
Kelly & Emmett McDaniel Sharon & Ralph Pettijohn Julie & Matt Shirley Brent Vidrine, PhD
Michael H. McDaniel, Jr. Susan & David Petty Judge Doll & Ken Vines
Shirley A. McDonald Kathy & Gerald Pool & Mrs. Melvin A. Shortess Becky & Michael Vizard
Kathy McDuffie Johnny Portman Bobby J. Simmons Heather & Mayor Ronny
Donna & Michael W. McGee Juilie & Warren Post Carrie & Rick Siudy Walker
Carolyn & Don McGehee Kimberly Povirk Dorris & Patrick N. Siudy Kiki & William C. Wardlaw
Janie & Jeff McGehee Ashlea & Wesley Price Bettye & Charles Slocum Tammy & Rod Washington
Nancy & Bill McIntyre Cindy & Kirby Price Becky & Hunter Smith Linda & Zach Wasson
Patsy & Bill Meche Mandy Pruitt Carol & J. Wayne Smith, M.D. Karen & Brooks Watson
Lara & Darell Meggs Heather & Walter Pullen Donna & Steve Smith Cathy & Bill Whatley
Jennifer Mercer Kelly & Michael Quarles Jeri Smith Ashley & Ned White
Meagan Messina Marina & Eddie Raborn Maryanne & Brian Smith Vincent White
Stephanie Bernadette & John Rainbolt Carol & Greg Souther Marianne & Frank L. Wilcox
& Timothy J. Mickel, M.D. Ginny & Patrick Ramsey Pam & Patrick Spencer Julia Ann Wilhite
Larry C. Miller Dr. Uma Rangaraj Diana & Phil Stansell Carla & James Wilkes
Lori & Frederick Moeller Lori & Louis Ray Amy & Chris Stegall Adrian & Jai J. Williams
Vada & Eugene Montgomery Deborah & Dave Raymond Corre A. Stegall Tara Williams
Judge Judy & Stanley Read Ned Stephens, Jr. Terry L. Williams
& Mrs. D. Milton Moore, III Patenlola Reddy Sandy & Gary M. Stokley, PhD Marion & Bill Willson
Dianne & David Moore Renee & Randy Richard John Storm IV Amanda Wimberly
Jennifer & Benjamin Moore Annie & Peter Richardson Shannon & Travis Stuart Dorobeth
LEADERSHIP GIVING

Michelle & Brian Moore Wynne Dee Rinicker Carolyn Suh & J. Christopher Windham
Margo Deborah & John Roa Dana & Van Taliaferro, M.D. Regina & Doug Wood
& Charles Morgan, Jr., M.D. Randy Roberson Dana & Justin Tarver, D.D.S. Cynthia & Rusty Woodard
Terri & Allen Morrison Anna K. Robertson John Taylor Libby Woodard
Mary & Bill Morrow Jenny & Don Robertson Laura & Daniel R. Taylor Bonnie Bancroft Woods
Karen & Mike Mulhearn Cindy & Dennis Rogers Trish & Mark A. Taylor Kelli & Jim Worthey
Jan & Randall Murphy Debbie & Louis Rothschild Kathy & Sam Terracina Shuxiang Wan, M.D.
Leslie & Paul Murphy, M.D. Tiffany Carlton C. Terrell & Lin Xiong, M.D.
Bert & James D. Myers & Edward H. Rutland, M.D. Sherry Tettleton Ginny
Cathy & Ronnie Myrick Nathan Ryan Tory & Tim Tettleton & Reynaldo L. Yatco, M.D.
Joye & Harold Neely Thad Ryan, IV Michele W. Thaxton Stephanie Young
Eddie Neitz Allyson Sager Vamsi Thokala Jeanette D. Zachary
Lorraine & John Newman Angie & Bernard Sager Cindy Thomason Vickie
Cheryl & Mike Nicholson Dawn & Harlan Sager Donna Kay Thompson & Michael F. Zambie, M.D.
Mike Nicholson Margaret & Doug Salter Paula D. Thornhill Anonymous (19)
Chomella Nolan Mrs. D. R. Sartor, Jr. Gretchen & Jason Tiser

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BAYOU SOCIETY
The Bayou Society was created in 2002 as a Leadership Society giving level for individuals or couples who annually
contribute $500-$999 and are committed to the future of our community through their support of the work of United Way.

See pages 23-32 for all United Way Leadership Givers (Tocqueville, Steamboat, and Bayou donors) listed by Leadership Firm.

LEADERSHIP GIVING

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LEADERSHIP PROFESSIONALS
Tocqueville and Steamboat Society Members are listed by their professions. Those
who participate in a workplace campaign are also listed under their firm name.

Leadership: Attorney Leadership: CPA Leadership: Judges Charles Morgan, Jr., M.D.
Paul Murphy, M.D.
Tocqueville Society Steamboat Society Steamboat Society David Osafo, M.D.
Catherine & Christian Creed Jeff Burkhart The Honorable Wendall Manning Uma Rangaraj, M.D.
Steve Davison David T. Cole The Honorable D. Milton Moore, III J. Wayne Smith, M.D.
Stacey W. Goff Jamie Sheridan Crawley The Honorable Melvin A. Shortess Van Taliaferro, M.D.
Carrick Inabnett Jay Cuthbert The Honorable Cynthia Woodard Trey Underwood, D.V.M.
Darell Evans Shuxiang Wan, M.D. &
Steamboat Society Gwen & Tim Green Leadership: Physician Lin Xiong, M.D.
Alana & John Belton Charles Jackson Reynaldo L. Yatco, M.D.
Guy Campbell III Bill Harrison Tocqueville Society Michael F. Zambie, M.D.
Brandi & David L. Cole Susan Harwood Larry Danna, M.D.
Max Cox Tashia Hines
David Crigler Amanda & Doug Hinton Steamboat Society
Bob Curry, III Francis Huffman Ralph G. Asbury, M.D.
BJay Durrett Jim Johnson J. Michael Barraza, M.D.
Greg Elias Mike Jones Joseph B. Barron, M.D.
Bruce Hampton Todd Little Kerry Byrnes, M.D.
Meredith & Tommy Hayes Don McGehee Marshall Cain, M.D.
Dennis Hennen Patrick Spencer Collins Coon, M.D.
John L. Luffey, Jr. Regina Lynch Wood Dan Davidson, M.D.
Meagan Messina John A. Davis, M.D.
Emily & Representative Leadership: Dentist William T. Ferguson, M.D.
John C. “Jay” Morris R. Louis Gavioli, M.D.
Harvey Perry Tocqueville Society J. Hardy Gordon, M.D.
Kirby Price Ricky Caples, D.D.S. Thomas A. Gulick, M.D.
Amy Price Sawyer Raymond Haik, M.D.
Brooks Watson Steamboat Society Anne D. Halsell, M.D.
LEADERSHIP GIVING

R. Douglas Wood, Jr. Jan Bagwell, D.D.S. & Robert D. Halsell, M.D.
Rusty Woodard Janis B. Barraza, D.D.S. John Hull, M.D.
Mary Kathryn Crigler, D.D.S. Lee Humble, M.D.
Kristi Davis, D.D.S. Gwenn Jackson, M.D.
Eric Geist, D.D.S., Oral Surgery & Ronald Koepke, M.D.
Maxillofacial Surgery
John L. Ledbetter, M.D.
Lamar Johnston, D.D.S. Josh Mandrell, M.D.
John Shepard, D.D.S Robert Marx, M.D.
Justin Tarver, D.D.S. Don F. Marx, M.D.
Melannie Turpin, D.D.S. Derek R. McClusky, M.D.
& Corbin Turpin, D.D.S. Timothy J. Mickel, M.D.

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Tocqueville, Steamboat, & Bayou Society Members
are listed under their firms as of December 2017

3rd Judicial District Court Aimee S. Jackson


LEADERSHIP FIRMS
ARCO: A Community Resource ATMOS Energy Corporation
Steamboat Society Mary Johnson Bayou Society Bayou Society
Judge Cynthia Woodard Gavin Y. Lewis Michelle Griggs Ray Browning
Jaunicia B. Mercer Roma Kidd Michael Correro
4th Judicial District Court Margie Williamson Robert K. Griffin
Steamboat Society Anonymous Argent Financial Ann Hayward
Judge Wendall Manning Group, Inc. Bobby Mobley
Allergy & Asthma Clinic Tocqueville Society Mickey Rodgers
Bayou Society Steamboat Society Ann Marie Mills Calvin T. Tyler
Julie Cunningham Michael F. Zambie, M.D. Josh Zeagler
Judge Sharon Marchman Steamboat Society
Allied Building Stores Vaughn Antley Automated Imaging
4th Judicial District Steamboat Society Kimberly Deal Breithaupt Systems, Inc.
Louisiana Public Tommy Ormond Barry Guinn Steamboat Society
Defender Board Mike R. Jones Denise Hill
Steamboat Society American National Dean S. Mailhes
K. J. Wawrzyniak, Jr. Insurance Company Kyle McDonald BancorpSouth
Steamboat Society Laurie Parks Steamboat Society
Accardo Insurance Agency, LLC Darren Dougan Daniel R. Taylor L.J. Holland
Steamboat Society David Moore
Pam Accardo ANGUS Chemical Bayou Society Ray Osborn
Company Trey D. Curtis Nat Smith
Affinity Health Group, LLC Steamboat Society Brandon L. Glenn Diana Stansell
Steamboat Society Mike B. Aulds Ryan D. Griep
Ronald Koepke, M.D. Allen Dean Brooks Logan Hunt Bayou Society
Charles Morgan, M.D. Debra L. Brown Justin W. Mailhes Kenny L. Galyean
Van Taliaferro, M.D. Lauren & Patrick Crisostomo Matthew R. Moore Donald Gonnillini
Greg Franklin Becky Pullin Lynn Hamm
Affinity Urology Clinic Kenneth Franklin Kelli R. Ramsey Laila C. Holland
Steamboat Society Ernest Green Thomas S. Williams Leah Benoit Martin
Lee Humble, M.D. John Gummere, Retired Susan L. Winkelpleck Megan F. Randall
Jessie McCarty Lori F. Wyatt
AIMS, Inc. Michael H. McDaniel, Jr. Bancroft Bag, Inc.
Steamboat Society Larry C. Miller Arthritis & Diabetes Steamboat Society
Robert Canterbury Mike Nicholson Clinic, Inc. Frederick Moeller
John Quillman, Retired Steamboat Society Louis Rotschild
Bayou Society Eddie Raborn John E. Hull, M.D. Bonnie Bancroft Woods

LEADERSHIP GIVING
Travis Roberts Douglas F. Salter Uma Rangaraj, M.D.
Darrius Scott Bank of Oak Ridge
Air Products Don Wilhelm Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Steamboat Society
Steamboat Society Jai J. Williams Management Services, Inc. Wesley Martin
Tim Kane Tocqueville Society Paige Oliver
Jeanette D. Zachary Bayou Society Terry Duke
James M. Anderson, Jr. Bank of Ruston
Albritton Service Company Matthew Brister Steamboat Society Steamboat Society
Steamboat Society Mark Cole David Crigler Angie Biscomb
Jason Albritton Toby Guice Cullen L. Bishop
Terri L. Hicks Associated Business Jeremy Harrell
All Star Trophies Ryan J. Johnson Printing, Inc. Bill Hogan
Steamboat Society David Kovac Steamboat Society Warren L. Post
Gerry Hicks Miguel Monreal Cathy Hutto Mark A. Taylor
Tina W. Murray Paul Jason Little William C. Wardlaw
Allen, Green & Benjamin A. Poole Gerald B. Pool Layne Weeks
Williamson, LLP Jermaine Ross Matthew L. Winkelpleck
Steamboat Society Ronald A. Sharp Bayou Society
Gwen & Tim Green Justin W. Simpson Britney Auttonberry Bayou Society
Cindy Thomason Karen Taylor William E. Black Randy Allison
Ali A. Yasir Jessica Gasca Sheri L. Burt
Bayou Society Lindsey N. Duplantis
Aimee & Antares Ventures, LLC AT&T Misty S. Huffstetter
Christopher Buchanan Steamboat Society Bayou Society Amanda P. Taunton
Jesslyn E. Bush William Krutzer Mark E. Armstrong John Tompkins
Eddi G. Hernandez Leonard Ceaser

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LEADERSHIP FIRMS
Don M. Barron Cameron, Hines & Jerry M. Allen Cindy Johns
Contractor, Inc. Company, APAC Brandon Allen Michelle L. Johnson
Steamboat Society Steamboat Society Garland Bailey Jeffery Johnstone
Ron Barron Tashia Hines Kenya D. Baker Ava Jones
Brett C. Barclay John F. Jones
Bayou Society Bayou Society Richard Batelaan Beverly Keahey
David C. Farrar John D. Cameron Chad A. Beasinger Loren & Jason Kien
Sharon R. Benson Shavondalyn King
Beene Building Capital One Bank Jay M. Berglin Charles Kinnison
Consultant, Inc. Steamboat Society Francis William Blake Derek Koecher
Steamboat Society Renee Richard Alex Bohl Philip Kolterman
Joan Beene Jesse Boltuc Sabrina Lebeof
Caples & Robinson, Sheryl & Richard A. Bradley Karen Lively
Bennett, Seymour Orthodontists Andrea M. Brown Robert Lopez
Insurance Tocqueville Society Edward Buckley Rickey Lowery
Steamboat Society Ricky Caples, D.D.S. Jeff Burkhart Trey Lutrick
Ed Seymour, Jr. Jeremiah Burton Arthur Martinez
Cedar Creek Lumber, Inc. Brian Butram Kelsea McCrary
Berry Global,Inc. Steamboat Society Jennifer Caddy Emmett McDaniel
Steamboat Society Matt Lyle Pat A. Carnahan Leazel McDonald
Laurie King Jeremy T. Cave Katherine McDuffie
William J. Manning Cedar Creek School James Clement Mary A. McKenzie
Steamboat Society Brandi Cole Gregory McManus
Bayou Society Gwen Barron David Cole Jennifer Mercer
Mark A. Holland Cindy Hampton Cherice Cottrell Meagan Messina
Max Cox Leah Miller Dougan
BMO Ventures, LLC Central Oil & Supply Rachel Creel Angela & John D. Mims
Tocqueville Society Steamboat Society Deborah D’Aguiar Hope & Joshua Myers
Brian Moreau Hardeman Cordell, V Tony Davis Rodney C. Newsom
J. Hardeman Cordell, IV Kelly Day Chomella Nolan
Bond & Tousignant Nicholas Denardo Brooke & Cory O’Bryant
CPA’s, LLC Bayou Society Marilyn & Vincent E. Dorris, Jr. Dennis O’Leary
Steamboat Society Cathryn Dosser Erika Dupont Sheila O’Leary
James C. Bond Debra Fife Paul Eason Felecia Oliver
Win Eckert Adam R. Pace
Brockman Enterprises Centric Federal Credit Union Kari K. & John H. Ellis Christopher Pearson
Steamboat Society Steamboat Society Bradley Ernst Rashonda Pearson
LEADERSHIP GIVING

Ralph Brockman Chris Craighead David (Marc) Felts Joseph Penick


Joleen L. Martin Derenda Flowers Harvey P. Perry
Bromell Agency, Inc. Kathy A. Flynn Stephanie & Vincent Aaron Polk
Steamboat Society Bayou Society Matthew Ford Beverly Posey
Rosy & Terry Bromell Derrick Chambless Laura Garner Kimberly Povirk
Rodney Parker Jay Garrett Donna B. Powell
Brookshire Grocery Company Kristen M. Shambro Wesley Gibson Richard D. Rawles
Bayou Society Anonymous Kori & Sean Glore Patenlola A. Reddy
Brook Little Jeff Glover Robert Reedy
Ben Orlando Century 21 Susan & Clint Haddock Varner Rencher
J.E. Barnes Realty Andria L. Hall-Oby Rhonda Richters
Brownland Corporation Steamboat Society Mark Harper Tiffany Riley
Steamboat Society Eddie Barnes Lisa Hart Deborah Roa
Jeanette Andries Jon Hashimoto Jonathan Robinson
CenturyLink Meredith Hayes Annmarie C. Sartor
Buffington Corporation Tocqueville Society Joshua Henshaw Joseph Scivicque
Steamboat Society Bill Bradley Lisa Hensley Eckert Christopher B. Selby
Lamar Buffington Bill Cheek Thomas Herdtner Kiran N. Seshagiri
Stewart Ewing Richard Herlevic Adam D. Shell
Bulk-Pack, Inc. Stacey Goff David Hilton Deborah Sigman
Steamboat Society Maxine Moreau Julie Hiner-Gleason Jeri Smith
Frederick K. West Glen F. Post, III Lyle Hippen Walter Snellgrove
Scott Trezise Rachel Hutchinson Robert Stokes
Calvary Baptist Church Spencer Hutchinson Stephan Suh
Steamboat Society Steamboat Society Darren Hynum Carolyn Suh
Cary Tolar Lynda S. Alderman Luke C. Hynum Bryan Taylor
Alan B. Alford Greg A. Jester Sam Terracina
Carlton C. Terrell
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Sherry Tettleton Becky Kilpatrick
LEADERSHIP FIRMS
Terry L. Williams Herman Doublin
Kebere Tewahade Gary Kleinpeter Larry L. Wilson Jonathan Garrett
Vamsi Thokala Kristy LaCroix Makaela Grace
Angela Rosita Gardner Christina Laird Bayou Society Johnterius Jones
Thomas Denise Mabile Angie D. Baldwin James Manning
Mark B. Ulrich Penny Massey Reginald D. Brown Camille McCandlish
Kathleen Victory Sabrina Mathus Jimmie Bryant Lizandro Ramirez
Connie & Tim Walden Jack McGuire Sheena Burbridge Patrick Washington
Carla Wallace Kristi McManus Eugene Ellis Bobby Wilson
Kimberly D. Watson Jessica H. McVicker Gretchen Ezernack Augusta Winfield, Jr.
Lanaya Wattree Cindy Medlin Kimberly O. Golden
Jonathan White Guy Miller Stacey Hanie-Rowell Coldwell Banker
Carla Wilkes Brittany Stringer Myers Curtis J. Heard Bayou Society
Dennis Williams Joye & Harold Neely Wince Highshaw, Jr. Pam Tompkins
Tara L. Williams Bryan Ockman Arthur Holland
Tina L. Williams Angela Odom Tom Janway David T. Cole, CPA
Amanda Wimberly Jack D. Odom Daniel McKenney Steamboat Society
Stephanie Young Tammye R. Orr Nancy Summersgill David Cole
Anonymous (11) Corey Pearce Mike Vining
Fred Phillips Toriano A. Young Comcast
Bayou Society Joseph Pleasant Steamboat Society
Ashley Aulds Amber Plummer City of Ruston James T. Calhoun
Donnie C. Aultman Cynthia Powell Steamboat Society LaCosha L. Foster
Bonnie Bell Kathy Powell John D. Freeman
William Bickham Mitzi J. Reed Mayor Ronny Walker Bayou Society
Terri Bonds Sandy Roberts Jason P. Goodson
Gregory Boos Jennifer & Jason Roubique Bayou Society
Billy Brasher Johnathan Sanson Carolyn Cage Community Financial
Shirley J. Burch Penny Schwich Darrell W. Caraway Insurance Center, LLC
Keisha Chambless Thomas F. Semmes Gwen F. Diamond Steamboat Society
Christopher Cheek Carla S. Simmons Laura Hartt Kristy S. Golson
Tim Clark Ann & John Steinbeck Christina M. Hodnett Eugene Montgomery
Kelly Cook Sekar Swaminathan Kourtney Keim Bill Whatley
Clint D. Copes Thomas Tannehill James P. Liner Anonymous
Corre A. Criswell Sherri Taylor Angie R. Mayfield
Janis U. Dannehl Maura P. Travis Bayou Society
Brenda S. Davis John Trisler City of West Monroe Deena T. Burch

LEADERSHIP GIVING
Amanda Debnam Charles D. Troquille Steamboat Society Ricky A. Credo
Tanya Drummond Joan Van Buren Julia Ann Wilhite Sharyl English
Lisa Duchesne Melissa L. VanCoevering Theresa Jordan
Richard Eason Michelle & Jose Vasquez Bayou Society Darryl L. Minter
Tara H. Elmore Richard Waller Staci Albritton Mitchell Douglas J. Ratcliff
Sidney C. Eppinette Amanda & Eric Whitlock Chambliss Blackwell Kathy P. Smith
Kimberly Fabian Lanie Whittington Ray B. Chelette Anonymous
John Farris Sharon Williams Jeanette Ellington
Rita S. Ford Jill Wilson Chris Hyde Construction Bolts, Inc.
Bruce Fullerton Jennifer Yarbrough Nathan Moore Steamboat Society
Keneisha Garrison Asim Zakria Mayor Dave Norris Kenny Brown
Angela Graham Kyle Zimmerman Ronald Scott Olvey
Irma Grizzard Anonymous (25) Courtesy Chevrolet
Erica H. Gross Clay’s RV Buick GMC Cadillac
Ginger L. Guice Children’s Coalition Tocqueville Society of Ruston, LLC
Pamela A. Hankins for Northeast Louisiana Michael K. Clay Steamboat Society
Susan Harp Steamboat Society Robert N. Feron
Debra A. Havard Tammy Washington Coca-Cola Bottling
Betsy E. Havens Company UNITED CREED & CREED
George Hill Christopher Youth Center Steamboat Society Tocqueville Society
Alan Himley Bayou Society Keith Biedenharn Catherine & Christian Creed
Caleb Horton Ella Nimmers William Dean
Galen Husser Louis Shaw Cross Keys Bank
Steven T. Ingram City of Monroe Steamboat Society
Kimberly Johns Steamboat Society Bayou Society Shane A. Bridges
Miranda Johnson Mayor Jamie E. Mayo Virgil Beckham Shelly Harrell
Don A. Kemp Rod Washington Michael Bishop

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LEADERSHIP FIRMS
Walter S. Hillman Echo Build Amanda Wilson Bennie L. Miley
Michael Vizard Steamboat Society Anonymous Tobin V. Truex
Michael Echols
Bayou Society Fincher Oil Investments, Inc. Gastrointestinal Consultants
Patricia Ardis Eddleman Family Dentistry Steamboat Society Steamboat Society
Samuel C. Feldhaus Steamboat Society Michael Fincher Collins Coon, M.D.
Chris Fuller Mary Kathryn Crigler, DDS
Linda F. Green First National Bank General Electric
Rick Guillot Edwards Jones Investments Steamboat Society Steamboat Society
Jeremy J. Rodden Steamboat Society Clay G. Hipp, III Cindy Wainwright
Amanda M. Smart Eric McCulloch Mike McGee
Megan E. Smith James Myers Brian Smith Genesis Energy, LP
Brian H. Woodard Tocqueville Society
D&J Construction Empire Scaffold, LLC Rusty Woodard Todd Davison
Bayou Society Bayou Society
Terry L. Baugh Rob Hicks Bayou Society Glenwood Regional
John R. Ward Sherri A. Barks Medical Center
Entergy Louisiana Ashley Doughty Tocqueville Society
DART Steamboat Society Douglas Dupont Lisa Bradley
Steamboat Society Todd Bordelon Jenifer Gray
Cathy Ayo Justin Higdon Steamboat Society
Bayou Society Julie G. Keen Naomi Bamburg
DATCO Construction Ellis Alford Rodney Manning Kindra L. Beard
Steamboat Society Ron Cernigliaro Heather Pullen Bridget Hampton
Daniel Bacon Guy Ganey Victoria Sexton
Pat Gillpatrick Jenifer Smith Bayou Society
Dawson Photography Aaron Jordan Taylor Aston
Steamboat Society Richard Moore Food Bank of Judy Barnes
Mary Dawson Johnny Peterson Northeast Louisiana Jessica L. Canales
Chuck Ray Bayou Society Sandra R. Gilmore
Dean Morris, LLP / Morris & Jean Toth Susan E. Humphries
Associated Lender’s Title ENVOY Mortgage, LTD Peggy Johnson
Steamboat Society Steamboat Society FPL Asset Management, LLC/ James M. Loving
Emily & Jay Morris Dan Hastings Summit Financial Wealth Mandy T. Nolan
Advisors Paula Phillips
Devine Wines & Spirits Bayou Society Steamboat Society Deborah W. Pritchard
Steamboat Society Beverly A. Jordan C. Louis Ray Timothy W. Smith
LEADERSHIP GIVING

Heath Hightower Ken Vines Marian Sweet


Ewing Timber, LLC
Dewitt, French, & Giger LLP Steamboat Society Fresenius Medical Care Graham, Bordelon,
Bayou Society Brandon Ewing Steamboat Society Golson, & Gilbert, Inc
Jodi M. Harvey Jill Handy Steamboat Society
Richard H. Neely, Jr. Federal Express Jeff Golson
Steamboat Society Friendly Finance
Diamond Properties, LLC Vincent White Steamboat Society Grambling State University
Steamboat Society Jim Loftin Steamboat Society
Thomas Eddleman Bayou Society John Loftin* Quentin Holmes, Sr., PhD
Charles Barker Robert Loftin
Diversity One Staffing Derrick Brownfield Bayou Society
Steamboat Society Lionel Hardman Frosty Factory Monica & Alvin Bradley
Anna K. Robertson Anonymous (2) Steamboat Society Carolyn Cage
Ralph Pettijohn Patricia A. Hutcherson
Bayou Society Financial Institution LaTina S. Johnson
Shauna M. Milstead Service Corporation Function First, LLC
Steamboat Society Tocqueville Society Graphic Packaging
Bob Durden Stables Jim Norris Susan Duke International
Steamboat Society Dana Osborn Tocqueville Society
Bob Durden Greg Souther Gardner Denver Elizabeth & Jeff Hargrave
Patrick L. Spencer Thomas Division
Durrett Law & Title Steamboat Society Steamboat Society
Steamboat Society Bayou Society Joan Hampton Cynthia Brown
BJay Durrett Elise B. Brian Eric Stoor Paul Cornelison
Jeffery A. Cobb Rodney Cox
Eat to Lose Crystal M. Murphy Bayou Society
Tocqueville Society Daniel W. Sartor, Jr. Derek Davis
Andi Holyfield, LDN, R.D.
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Kevin A. Cuppia Holt Highfill & Associates Lauren Ellis
LEADERSHIP FIRMS
Bayou Society
Jerome Davis Steamboat Society Richard D. McGill Hugh K. Brantley, Jr.
Brett Eager Patrick Harrison Catherine Shemwell Damon R. Burney
Robert Ellis Connie Highfill John R. Smith Carl R. Coates
John Herren Christopher W. Wyatt Ronald C. Davidson
Bill Morrow, Retired Holyfield Construction Stephanie Wynne James Pennington, Jr.
Tocqueville Society Robert K. Wynne Joe K. Reljac
Bayou Society Chris Holyfield
Ryan Canales Joe Holyfield Hunter Energy Corporation Jim Taylor Chevrolet
Tyrone C. Cobb Steamboat Society Tocqueville Society
Jeremy Ray Glenn Bayou Society Hunter Smith Tanya T. Pesek
Tyechia Tanyea Holmes Bobbi Fouts-Hoag Steve Smith
John Swenson Kevin Jennings Steamboat Society
Daniel Thompson Kerry G. McMillan Susie Husted Erik Etzel
Holly Veasey Real Estate
Phillip R. Whitten Holyfield, Inc Steamboat Society Bayou Society
Tocqueville Society Susie & Mike Husted David N. Lanier
Green Clinic Health System Lisa M. Holyfield Sarah Pesek
Steamboat Society iBERIABANK Kristi R. Wallace
Helen Cox Huffman & Soignier, APAC Steamboat Society
Josh Mandrell, M.D. Steamboat Society Cary C. Davis Jim Taylor Ford Lincoln
Derek R. McClusky, M.D. Francis Huffman Greg Kahmann Tocqueville Society
David Osafo, M.D. Malcolm Maddox Tanya Taylor Pesek
Wynne Dee Rinicker Bayou Society
Chris A. Stegall Lynn Andries Bayou Society Steamboat Society
Donna Kay Thompson Kimberly Chism Janette Collins
Bayou Society Hulsey, Harwood & Connie Clark Karen H. Knox
Jay Alexander Sheridan, CPA Susie D. Dartlon Darrell Meggs
Gary Luffey, M.D. Steamboat Society Shirley McNease Don Robertson
Jamie Sheridan Crawley Wonda Meredith
Guaranty Bank Susan Harwood Christina Navarro Bayou Society
Steamboat Society Jo Ann Pickering Christopher Pittard Jeff Blackstock
Johellen Maddox Dakne Saucer Kenneth Brobst
Hunt Forest Products Donna Seale Vincent P. Dispenza
Haik Humble Eye Center Steamboat Society Kimberly Spencer Shane Grubb
Steamboat Society John Curtis Allen Lynn Otweil
Raymond Haik, M.D. Richie LeBlanc Insight, Inc. Steve Simmons

LEADERSHIP GIVING
Daphne Taylor Bayou Society
Hampton Law Firm, LLC Matt Massey Johnson Dental Care
Steamboat Society Bayou Society Steamboat Society
Bruce Hampton Tony Butler InterMountain Hotels Lamar Johnson, D.D.S.
JoAnne Cobb Steamboat Society
Hayes, Harkey, Amanda Goodrich James W. Moore, III Johnston, Perry, Johnson
Smith & Cascio James Guillot & Associates
Steamboat Society Leslie Harvey InterMountain Steamboat Society
Tommy Hayes Cheryl Newsom Management, LLC Jay Cuthbert
Kathy Slocum Tocqueville Society
Health Point Center Will Tullos Nan Cummings Michael A. Jones, CPA
Steamboat Society Connie A. Watts Dewey Weaver Steamboat Society
Janell Holland Mike Jones
Hunt, Guillot & Steamboat Society
Heard, McElroy & Vestal Associates, LLC Deborah & Dave Raymond JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.
Steamboat Society Steamboat Society Steamboat Society
Bill Harrison Andy Brown International Paper H. Wade Earnheart, Retired
Jimmy Goodwin Bayou Society Andy Hicks
Bayou Society Jay Guillot Terry Roberson Susan Hoffmann, Retired
Melissa D. Mitcham Trotter Hunt Beth Newsom
Connie Smallwood Trott Hunt John Jackson & Jason Tiser
Terri Morrison Company, LLC Bill Willson
Hi-Tech Computers of Allen D. Morrison Tocqueville Society
Ruston, Inc. Paul F. Pickering, Jr. John Jackson KPMG
Steamboat Society Anonymous Steamboat Society
Richard Raue James Machine Works Stephen Gullatt
Bayou Society Steamboat Society Donald H. LeBlanc
Bayou Society Charles E. Bryan Ned Stephens, Jr.
Robert A. May William A. Davis Susan Weaver
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LEADERSHIP FIRMS
Fred Kalil & Associates Ronny Graham Louisiana Farm Merrill Lynch Wealth
Steamboat Society Lynn Hutchinson Bureau Insurance Management
Fred Kalil Patrick A. Ramsey Steamboat Society Steamboat Society
Michael Sawyer Amanda & Doug Hinton
Kennedy Companies Bayou Society Patrick Siudy, Retired
Tocqueville Society Laura Amey Bayou Society
Elton Kennedy Anonymous Tommy Futch Meyer, Meyer, LaCroix &
Hixson, Inc.
Steamboat Society Lincoln Parish District Louisiana Pain Care, LLC Steamboat Society
Meryl Kennedy Farr Attorney’s Office Steamboat Society Jed Lewis
Steamboat Society J. Hardy Gordon, M.D.
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes John Belton John L. Ledbetter, M.D. Mid - South
Steamboat Society Extrusion, Inc.
Tex Kilpatrick Lincoln Parish Police Jury Louisiana State House of Tocqueville Society
Laura & Zak Marchelos Steamboat Society Representatives Mark Anderson
Walter D. Pullen Steamboat Society Mark Kent Anderson
LPI Randy C. Roberson Representative Frank A.
Steamboat Society Hoffman, District 15 Steamboat Society
John Mark Wilhite Lincoln Parish Schools Representative John C. Scott Anderson
Steamboat Society “Jay” Morris, III, District 14
Michael Henagan
LaSalle Management Cathi Cox Boniol Ron Mason
Company / M&T Properties Alice Higginbotham Louisiana Tax Commission, Eric Maunz
/ Correct Solutions Group Melanie M. Lewis 5th District Ken A. Upshaw
Steamboat Society Kathy Pool Steamboat Society
Randi L. Clifton Bettye Slocum Regina Lynch Wood Bayou Society
Doris Honea Maryanne Smith Prentis Marshall
Ryan Horvath Mary E. Woodard Louisiana Tech University
Billy McConnell Anonymous Steamboat Society MJB Wood Group, Inc.
Clay McConnell Nancy Darland Bayou Society
Anonymous Bayou Society Les K. Guice, PhD Richard D. Jones
Faith C. Alexander Vanessa Johnson
Bayou Society Lisa R. Bastion Randal E. Null, PhD Monroe Chamber of
Sharon M. Bennett Kimberly H. Davis Tara Leyden Raue Commerce
Rodney Cooper Monika L. Locke Dan Reneau, PhD, Retired Tocqueville Society
Misty Farley Lisa S. Mangham Corre A. Stegall Sue Nicholson
Wesley McConnell Deborah H. Martin Gary Stokley, PhD
Heather Grigsby Mike Milstead Monroe City Schools
LEADERSHIP GIVING

Cody Ibanez Kimberly A. Olney Bayou Society Steamboat Society


Irene B. Lewis Karen Perry Dawn Basinger, PhD Leah Christie Barker
Chris Lyons Sharon L. Petch Hisham Hegab Jennifer Etzel
Carhonda Scott Pamela A. Pruden Louis L. “Skip” Holtz, Jr. Mary Ann Hales (Retired)
Lexie L. Scriber Joshua D. Richard Shonda R. Parker Miriam Hinchliffe
Cynthia A. Tait Donald N. Schillinger, PhD Brent Vidrine, PhD
Francis Tiley Lincoln Parish Anonymous
Anonymous Sheriff’s Office Bayou Society
Steamboat Society Paulen Luttgeharm Brian D. Bush
Lazenby & Associates, Inc. Kirk Taylor Insurance Agency, Inc. Christella Dawson, PhD
Steamboat Society Jim Tuten Steamboat Society Marquette D. Marshall
Jerry G. Lazenby, P.E., P.L.S. Paulen Luttgeharm Patricia H. Martin
Lincoln Preparatory School Whitney Martin
Bayou Society Steamboat Society Marion State Bank Cassie D. Owens
Bruce C. Roberts Gordan Ford Steamboat Society Larry Parks
Thomas J. Barker Robert Rash
Legacy Rehabilitation Lineal Solutions LLC Scott G. Jones Lori Taylor
Steamboat Society Steamboat Society Nicola M. Vrabel
Matt Shirley Sharon K. Pettijohn Marsala Beverage, LP
Steamboat Society Monroe Housing Authority
Letter Service Bureau Little & Associates Charles Marsala Steamboat Society
Steamboat Society Steamboat Society Bobby J. Simmons
Stephen Hill Todd Little Masur - Dean Properties Frank L. Wilcox
Steamboat Society
Lincoln Builders, Inc. Bayou Society Gretchen M. Dean Bayou Society
Steamboat Society Ashley N. Wilson Cheryl Farmer
Clint Graham
Danny Graham
Mark Graham
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LEADERSHIP FIRMS
Monroe Surgical Hospital North Delta Title Company Lisa M. Griggs Amber Mathews
Steamboat Society Steamboat Society Billy Haddad Dana M. McCarthy
Cathy Whatley Kirby Price Lance Hall Sherri L. McClain
Amy Price Sawyer Joshua M. Hammett Sue L. McDaniel
Monster Moto Jason Hawkins Joey McGinn
Steamboat Society Northeast Louisiana Peggy Hemphill Regina J. McNeill
Jim Sholtis Cancer Institute Teresa K. Jones Sheri Meachum
Bayou Society Ryan Kilpatrick Charles C. Mills
Bayou Society David J. Heard, Sr. Brandi & Kasey Kyzar Elizabeth A. Monk
Brian Jackson James R. Adams, II Shirley McDonald Haven Moore
Alex Keechle Alecia O’Connor Ronnie Myrick Katherine G. Murphy
Holly Lowry Patti B. Nelson Linda M. O’Neal
Lora Westerfield Northern Louisiana Marisol & Adam O’Neal Mary W. Owen
Phranses J. Williams Medical Center Jeff Parker Gina Qualls
Steamboat Society Ashlea E. Price Sandi Rallinson
Moore Investments Linda M. Echols John Rainbolt Lynore C. Richard
Tocqueville Society Olivia Jones Susan E. Rowland Jolene H. Roberts
James W. Moore Benjamin Moore Lonnie C. Scarborough Bruce V. Rushing
Elizabeth Turnley Carrie & Rick Siudy Sharron Schimmel
Mott, MacDonald Tammy A. Soignier Michelle Taylor
Steamboat Society Bayou Society Tim Tettleton Lindsay Tomlinson
Anonymous Kristy T. Brazzel Linda W. Tuten Kristina C. Wheelis
Ellen Carter Zach Wasson Bobby Williams
Mulhearn Corporation David Fuller Alice E. Zachry
Steamboat Society Tammy Hancock Bayou Society Anonymous
Shelly Mulhearn Holloway Melonie Monk Lori Adams
Karen & Mike Mulhearn James Poisso Ashley Andrews Ouachita Independent Bank
Kathy Roberts Barbara E. Bailey Steamboat Society
Murphy Brothers Trucking Juliet S. Bishop Katie G. Anderson
Steamboat Society Northwood Medical Center Nicole Blake Toni L. Bacon
Randall Murphy Steamboat Society Susan Brakefield Patti Bates
Sarah Kilpatrick Maureen Britt Pattye Bowen
Murphy USA Glenda S. Brown
Alicia & Randy Bullock Monte K. Chapman
Steamboat Society Nu Star Energy, LP Tricia A. Burden Kimberly N. Felts
Wesley Price Steamboat Society Marci Canaca Grant Goza
Sam R. Garner Mary Carter William H. Handy
NAI Faulk & Foster Catherine Chance Erin Hicks

LEADERSHIP GIVING
Tocqueville Society Bayou Society Dawn Chapman David K. Kennedy
John Perry Douglas E. Zigler Brian A. Coker Kevin Koh
Anonymous Jennie M. Cole Richard S. McDonald
Bayou Society Doris M. Crockett Bill Meche
John Frantz OIC of Ouachita Drew R. Cruse Bernadette Rainbolt
Bayou Society Morgan Denier Diana Russell
Nelson & Sons, Inc. Sonya Elmore Royce Dillard Gregory M. Scallan
Steamboat Society Juanita Rambo-Heard, Retired Jeremy E. Dubose Robert E. Schott, Jr.
J. Wayne Smith, M.D.
Todd Nelson Quentin C. Durr Gretchen L. Tiser
OPWorkforceInvestmentBoard Mary J. Durrett J. Christopher Windham
NetTech, LLC Bayou Society Traci M. Evans
Steamboat Society April Alexander Sadie W. Flower Bayou Society
Tom Bullock Kelly B. Gray Stacie D. Ambrose
Origin Bank Priscilla Green Kathy Boykin
New Hope #3 Baptist Church Tocqueville Society Rhonda Griffin Lauren Butler
Steamboat Society Drake Mills Marlo Haddox Elizabeth C. Cosenza
Reverend Taurus Johnson Nancy Heath Darlene Dickerson
Steamboat Society Ryan Hemrick Lorna B. Evans
Newcomer, Morris, & Young Michelle L. Allen-Cassel Brian C. Hilton Sharon Gebhardt
Bayou Society Glenn Austin Fay H. Holloway Rick E. Grimmett
Paula Burgess Taylor Cagle Kymberly K. Ingram Cheryl S. Lincecum
Debbie McLeod
Kayleigh Mailhes Traci Canterbury Elizabeth K. Johnson Diane F. Miletello
Katie Clark Veronica C. Jordan Craig Pate
Nonie McKie Interiors Laurie & Tim Colvin Leigh Ann Kingrea Sheila Sanderson
Steamboat Society Jim Crotwell Greg Layfield Barbara L. Smith
Nonie McKie David G. Darland William J. Letson Joel E. Turner
Janice M. Evans Ellen Massey Anonymous
Ramona Fluker Amanda Massey

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LEADERSHIP FIRMS
Ouachita Parish Krystal Ferlicca Radio People Richland State Bank
Assessor’s Office Terri Hicks Steamboat Society Steamboat Society
Steamboat Society Griffin Scott Lance W. Bruce
Morgan Herring Bayou Society Todd Colvin
Stephanie Smith Michael J. Boudreaux Radiology Associates Christie Ellis
Monica Steamboat Society Dan Gibson
Bayou Society & Michael Boudreaux J. Michael Barraza, M.D. Robyn D. Hillman
William H. O’Bryant Tammye Byrd Dan B. Davison, M.D. Jerome Vascocu
Cythia S. Peaker Laura J. Clark John A. Davis, M.D.
Ashley E. Taylor Chris Oliver Robert D. Halsell, M.D. Bayou Society
Denise R. Weems Kim Powell Shuxiang Wan, M.D. & Lin Carlton Gresham
Jennifer G. Rice Xiong, M.D. Chelsea Higginbotham
Ouachita Parish Palmer Jarrell
Fire Department Pegasus Radrey A Medical Corporation Omega Malone
Bayou Society Steamboat Society Steamboat Society Sandra M. Wallace
Curt Meachum David Johnson Reynaldo L. Yatco, M.D.
Ricoh
Ouachita Parish Peters Family Urban Properties Raymond James Steamboat Society
Police Jury Steamboat Society Steamboat Society John O’Leary, Jr.
Steamboat Society Ben Peters Derek Daniels Robertson Produce, Inc.
Karen S. Cupit Steamboat Society
Polaris of Ruston John Rea Realty Anonymous
Bayou Society Steamboat Society Tocqueville Society
Brad N. Cammack Ben Malone Nancy Inabnett Bayou Society
Joshua Malone Jayson C. Morris
Ouachita Parish Steamboat Society
School System Bayou Society Selene & John Rea Rocketfast Car Wash
Steamboat Society Stacey A. Quarles Kathy VanVeckhoven Steamboat Society
Monica Cagle Don Robertson
Shawnette Campbell Ponchatoulas/Log Cabin READ Lumber Supply
Don Coker, PhD Steamboat Society Steamboat Society Rogers Manufacturing
Patricia Coker Jill & Johnny Gaudet Judy & Stanley Read Company
Kara Hawkins Steamboat Society
Sally Liew Progressive Bank Rebel Transport Larry Rogers
Annette Little Tocqueville Society Steamboat Society
Karen Mailhes George W. Cummings, III Troy Biscomb Roseburg Forest Products
Toni Dianne Moore Steamboat Society
Ginger Scarborough Steamboat Society Reeves, Coon & Funderburg Jodie Alexander
LEADERSHIP GIVING

Carol Souther L. Barry Bell Steamboat Society Randy Cason


Todd G. Burgess Yvette & Daran Reeves John Newman
Bayou Society David L. Cole John Taylor
Julie Griffin Kalynda S. Cook Bayou Society
Patricia C. Taylor Trent Crawford Jeffrey B. Coon Bayou Society
Harrington Watson, III, PhD David M. Hampton Morris Funderburg Peggy Climer
Hal Hinchliffe Taylor A. Reeves John Currie, Jr.
Ouachita Parish Jeffrey Laudenheimer James M. Stephens James Garrett
Sheriff’s Office Kelly Shambro Delaine Wylie Tradarious Guidry
Steamboat Society Michele W. Thaxton James A. Jones
Sheriff Jay Russell Ashley K. West Regions Financial Jeremy Moore
Corporation Lori Perry
Bayou Society Bayou Society Steamboat Society James Reardon
Billy Powell Amelia Bauer Kent Anderson Jarrod Sibley
Matthew S. Smith Debra Kaye Cannon Stan Anderson James Young
Lisa A. Green Roger E. Johnston
Ouachita River Art Gallery/ Ginger G. Holton Patsy Schmittzehe Meche Ruston Glass & Mirror
The River Gallery Ann O’Quain Bayou Society
Steamboat Society Ramona Putnam Bayou Society Michael B. Summerville, Jr.
Carol C. Smith Daniel F. Ragsdale David Michael Knight Michael Summerville, Sr.
Virginia A. Reeves Stephanie Richard
P&S Surgical Hospital Casey D. Smalley Ryan Auto Group
Tocqueville Society Judy L. Smith Peter R. Richardson, Inc. Tocqueville Society
Linda Holyfield Connie B. Thomas Steamboat Society Thad Ryan, III
Barbara Walters Peter Richardson
Steamboat Society Stacey H. Watson Steamboat Society
Debbie Austin Caleb Campbell
Anja Elias Rick Dawson
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Leeann Easter Scott Equipment
LEADERSHIP FIRMS
Anthony M. Smith Bayou Society
Johnny Portman Company, LLC John D. Strozier Richard K. Ainsworth
Thad Ryan, IV Steamboat Society Chris Cobb
Nathan Ryan George J. Bershen Sparks Nissan Kia Joe B. Cooper
Travis Stuart Kelsey Laudenheimer Steamboat Society Victor Hendricks
Blaine Thornhill William Sparks Tommy L. Kinard
Scott Powerline & Utility Michael Pittman
Bayou Society Equipment, LLC Specialty Management Mitch D. Reppond
Gerald W. Fleming Tocqueville Society Services Ouachita (SMSO) Rex A. Rugg
Monty Forbess Jeff Johnson Tocqueville Society Clyde R. Self
Shiann Hemphill Tom Scott, Jr. Linda Holyfield
Cason Key Steamboat Society Strauss Interests, Inc.
Gordon Kindrix Anonymous Steamboat Society Tocqueville Society
Susan K. McDermott Elizabeth A. Bryan Melinda & Morris Mintz
Coleman Porter Bayou Society Terri Hicks Mr.* & Mrs. Saul A. Mintz
Anonymous Kathy T. Doolittle Tom Nicholson
TJ Hendrix Bayou Society
S.E. Huey Company Jonathan Parker Christy Childers Steamboat Society
Bayou Society John K. Pittman Beverly Hood Jerry Beene
Renee & Don Arrington Jami Salter Krystle Lane Ivey
Markley Huey Kaye Snell Brian B. Johnson, M.D. Bayou Society
Matt Stewart Jimmie Laudenheimer Dana Gibson
St. Francis Medical Center / Ricky Tharp Cindy Shaw Peggy Lockhart
Franciscan Missionaries of Sherri Traylor April Taylor Sandy D. Loving
Our Lady Health Systems Marcus Westcott Joseph M. Vicknair Donna K. Smith
Steamboat Society Jeffery T. Whitehead Kim K. Stuckey
Tammy Belleau Shawn Willis Standard Enterprises, Inc. Phyllis Tyler
Lori Cason Dillard Winn Steamboat Society
Anna M. Chop Bert Loe Stuart C. Irby Company
Thomas A. Gulick, M.D. Scott Truck, LLC Mark Turrentine Steamboat Society
Sabrina Ramsey Hogan Bayou Society David Turrentine Kristopher Ferlicca
Debbie Horstmann Jeff Adams Dakin Hines
Kayla Johnson Bayou Society
Aimee Kane Sears James Freeman Bayou Society
Cheryl P. Nicholson Steamboat Society Jennifer D. Hamilton Rodney Dwayne Newsom
Eve Van Sickle Randy Richard Dennis Howard Jay Roberts, III
Kristen Wolkart Daryel D. Johnson

LEADERSHIP GIVING
Shelter Insurance Keith McGuffie Sunquest Properties, Inc.
Bayou Society Steamboat Society Mandy Ports Steamboat Society
Brett Bennett Harvey L. Hales Alan W. Brockman
Trenton Bratton Starbucks Corporation
Pam Bratton Snellings, Breard, Sartor, Steamboat Society SWITCH
Michael L. Brown Inabnett & Trasher, LLP Denise Hull Bayou Society
Renita Bryant Tocqueville Society Brittany Ramsey
Sherry Clark Carrick R. Inabnett State Combined Charitable
John M. English Campaign (SCCC) The Architecture
Halie Finch Steamboat Society Steamboat Society Alliance Group
Stacye Hinson Guy Campbell, III Terry Briggs Steamboat Society
Gerald J. McCloskey Robert Ellis
Kristie McGough Southern Apparatus State Farm Insurance Brian McGuire
Lisa Messina Services, Inc. Companies
Rebecca Mixon Steamboat Society Steamboat Society The Belton Companies
Pranabh Shrestha, M.D. Scott L. Campbell Pam Accardo, Agent Steamboat Society
Meredith A. Smith Mike Dent Guy Barr, Retired Alana & John Belton
Ben Soignier Terry L. Holt Paulen Luttgeharm, Agent
Robert D. Keene, II R.G. Skip Russell, III, Agent The Eye Clinic of Monroe
Sasmac Danes Jodi & Blake Wheelis, Agent Steamboat Society
Steamboat Society Bayou Society Joseph B. Barron, M.D.
Cathy Allen Randall F. Blanchard Steel Fabricators of
Lenard H. Chatham Monroe, LLC The Fashion of Ruston
Sawyer Industrial Derek L. Daniel Steamboat Society Steamboat Society
Plastics, Inc. Rueben L. McClanahan Jane P. Brown Kelly Hogan
Steamboat Society Ronald W. Meredith John R. Hunter
Debbie & Bill Sawyer, Jr. Aawaz Shrestha Phil Stansell
Anonymous

UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST LOUISIANA | 2018 COMMUNITY REPORT | PAGE 31 *Deceased


LEADERSHIP FIRMS
The Health Hut Union Council on Aging Michael A. Camille
Bayou Society Bayou Society Fernando J. Cordova
Jeanine Liner Louise Denton Gina C. Craft
Jackie White Rhonda Hensley
Union General Hospital Ronald Hill
The Lincoln Agency, LLC Steamboat Society Cynthia H. McKinney
Steamboat Society William E. Adcock Wendel A. Ray
Cullen Clark Evalyn Ormond Phillip Shaw
Randy Graham Sarah N. Walker
Joe Newton Bayou Society Ebony Watson
Dianne Davidson Leigh A. Whittington
Bayou Society Kelly Dodd
Amanda Bailey Julie S. Duty UPS
Jackie Billberry Stacey Hackler Bayou Society
Gloria B. Ware Sheree R. Hicks Herbert Encalarde
Daniel Greer
The Wellspring Alliance United States Air Force Anthony Jones
for Families, Inc. Steamboat Society Ronald McKeithen
Bayou Society Tom Boniol, Retired
Jane M. Brandon Van-Trow Toyota
Caroline Cascio United States Steamboat Society
Postal Service John VanVeckhoven
The Woman’s Clinic Steamboat Society Mike VanVeckhoven
Steamboat Society Bob Harwood, Retired Billy VanVeckhoven
Gwenn Jackson, M.D.
United Way of Voice Foundation
Bayou Society Northeast Louisiana Steamboat Society
Christina J. Boardman Steamboat Society Maggie & John Derry
Terry Tugwell, M.D. Susan Cox
Christie Walters Janet S. Durden Watson, McMillin & Harrison
Charles Jackson Steamboat Society
Thomas & Farr Agency, Inc. Kim Lowery Karen & W. Brooks Watson
Tocqueville Society Amy Scott
Joe Farr Michelle Tolar Wells Fargo Advisors
Jan Wawrzyniak Steamboat Society
Steamboat Society Eilesia Dixon
Peyton Farr Bayou Society Jeff Hawley
Daran Reeves Monica Bayless Michael Ryan
LEADERSHIP GIVING

Jerry W. Thomas Michelle Saucer


Stephanie Thompson West Carroll Memorial Hospital
Bayou Society Valisia Tisdale Tocqueville Society
Ken L. Dorsey Randy Morris
Ernest D. Finch University Health
Kay J. Harrison Steamboat Society West Ouachita Senior Center
Belinda D. Micheau Frank B. Tannehill Steamboat Society
Brandi Soignier Julia Ann Wilhite
David R. Swanson University of
Ann L. Trichel Louisiana Monroe Bayou Society
Christy S. Williams Steamboat Society Jeanette Ellington
Christine Berry, PhD,
Trinity United & Ron Berry, PhD Blake Wheelis State Farm
Methodist Church Susan Chappell Steamboat Society
Steamboat Society Debra Craighead Jodi & Blake Wheelis
Amy Stegall Virginia Eddleman, PhD,
Retired Williamson Consulting Group
Town of Farmerville Ronald E. Hogan Steamboat Society
Bayou Society Cecil Hutto Kathy & Wayne Williamson
Mayor Stein Baughman Dr. Sushma Krishnamurthy
Anne Lockhart, Retired Community Givers
Turpin Orthodontics Paula D. Thornhill Bayou Society
Steamboat Society Anonymous Kathy L. Faucheux
Melannie Turpin, D.D.S. Debbie Rivers
& Corbin Turpin, D.D.S. Bayou Society Kathy Walker
Mary Adams, PhD
Meredith P. Brooks

*Deceased UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST LOUISIANA | 2018 COMMUNITY REPORT | PAGE 32


UNITED45
UNITED45 aims to inspire the next generation of philanthropists. Through learning about critical issues facing the
community, engaging in meaningful volunteer opportunities, and connecting with other dedicated young leaders,
UNITED45 members create a community impact that supports the work of United Way of Northeast Louisiana, contribute
a Leadership Gift at the Bayou, Steamboat, or Tocqueville Society Level, and are 45 years of age or younger.

Are you a gamechanger under 45 who would like to serve on the UNITED45 Volunteer Leadership Committee? Use your
skills to help plan networking events and volunteer experiences, while helping to shape the direction the future of
United Way’s work in the community. Contact Amy Scott at ascott@unitedwaynela.org for more information.

Tocqueville Society Thad Ryan, IV Kelly & Michael Gray Michelle Taylor
Mark Kent Anderson Allyson Sager Priscilla Green Valisia Tisdale
Andi & Chris Holyfield Amy & Michael Sawyer Brittany & Ryan Griep Lindsay & Roy Tomlinson
Lisa Holyfield Ginger & Lonnie Scarborough Shane Grub Will Tullos
Amy & Griffin Scott Toby Guice Amy Tynes
Steamboat Society Adam Shell Heather & Rick Guillot Ebony & Harrington Watson III, Ph.D.
Graham Abell Julie & Matt Shirley Jennifer Hamilton Kristina Wheelis
Michelle Allen & Brian Cassel Bobby J. Simmons Laura & David Hartt Susan & Matthew Winkelpleck
Katie & Richard Anderson Maryanne & Brian Smith Leslie Harvey Ali Yasir
Cullen L. Bishop Becky & Hunter Smith Miranda & Ryan Hemrick Alice Zachry
Jesse Boltuc Jennifer & William Sparks Jenny & Victor Hendricks Josh Zeagler
Kimberly & Ben Breithaupt Amy & Chris Stegall Amy & Justin Higdon
Caroline & Alan Brockman Emily & Travis Stuart Brian Hilton
Wende & Lance W. Bruce Dana & Justin Tarver, D.D.S. Misty Huffstetler
Elizabeth A. Bryan Laura & Daniel R. Taylor Logan Hunt
Monica & Taylor Cagle Gretchen & Jason Tiser Patricia A. Hutcherson
Caleb Campbell Tammy & Rod Washington Joshua & Krystle Ivey
Katie & Cullen Clark Ashley & Frederick West Kevin Jennings
Christy & Max Cox Dorobeth & J. Christopher Windham LaTina Johnson
Amy & Trent Crawford Jeanette D. Zachary Ryan J. Johnson
Jamie Sheridan Crawley & Philip Crawley Anonymous (2) Beverly & Aaron Jordan

LEADERSHIP GIVING
Holley & Kevin Cuppia Julie Keen
Maggi & Joe Derry Bayou Society Kourtney & Cassidy Keim
Leeann Easter Lori & Jeff Adams Victoria Lindsey
Jennifer & Erik Etzel Brandy & Jay Alexander Kayleigh & Justin Mailhes
Meryl Kennedy Farr & Peyton Farr Renee & Don Arrington Leah B. Martin
Cindy & Wesley Gibson Britney Auttonberry Amanda Massey
Claire & Hardy Gordon, M.D. Angie Baldwin Amber Mathews
Grant G. Goza Juliet Bishop Robert May
Katie & Martin Lance Hall Nicole Blake Camille McCandlish
Jill & William H. Handy Hugh Brantley, Jr. Gerald McCloskey
Shelly & Jeremy Harrell Elise Brian Patsy & William D. Meche
Kara & Jason Hawkins Michael L. Brown Jaunicia Mercer
Erin & Andy Hicks Aimee & Christopher Buchanan Shauna M. Milstead
Leslie & Ryan Horvath Sheena Burbridge Rebecca & Randall Mixon
Nancy & Trotter Hunt Lauren Butler Melonie Monk
Vanessa & Reverend Taurus Johnson Laura Clark Crystal & Shannon Murphy
Sarah & Ryan Kilpatrick Jeffery A. Cobb Katherine Murphy
Laurie King Brian Coker Ella Nimmers
Brandi & Kasey Kyzar Drew Cruse Sarah Pesek
Kelsey & Jeffrey Laudenheimer William A. Davis Benjamin Poole
Jodi & Matt Lyle Morgan Denier Mandy Ports
Joshua Malone Douglas Dupont Brittany Jo Ramsey
Emily & Wesley Martin Quentin Durr Megan Randall
Kelsea McCrary Lauren Ellis Taylor Reeves
Lara & Darrell Meggs Traci Evans Michelle Saucer
Meagan Messina Misty & Kenneth Farley, Jr. Kristen Shambro
Angela & John David Mims Halie & Ernest D. Finch Autumn & Justin Simpson
Arabella & James W. Moore, III Sadie Flower Lauren & Casey Smalley
Marisol & Adam O’Neal Bobbi Fouts-Hoag Jenifer & Matthew Smith
Shelley & Jeff Parker James Freeman John Smith
Laurie & Jeff Parks Jessica Gasca Megan Smith
Ashlea & Wesley Price Donna & Robert George Meredith Smith
Tara & Richard Raue Sandra Gilmore Brandi & Benjamin Soignier
Anna K. Robertson Mary & Brandon Glenn James M. Stephens
Tiffany & Hampton Rutland Amanda Goodrich Amanda Taunton
Erica & Michael Ryan Jennifer Gray Lori Taylor

UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST LOUISIANA | 2018 COMMUNITY REPORT | PAGE 33


LINCOLN-UNION PARISH LEADERSHIP GIVERS
Tocqueville Society Doris Honea Randy Allison Alex Keechle
Sarah & Steve Davison Liz & John Hood Sherri A. Barks Julie G. Keen
Renee & Todd Davison Leslie & Ryan Horvath Lisa R. Bastion Kourtney & Cassidy Keim
Susan & John Jackson Karen & Trott Hunt Ann & Stein Baughman Keeley & Gregory Layfield
Ann Marie & Drake Mills Lynn & Bill Hutchinson Sharon M. Bennett Irene B. Lewis
Jim Johnson Dawn Basinger, PhD Jeanine & James P. Liner
Steamboat: Admiral Vanessa & Reverend Taurus Johnson Jackie & Phillip Billberry Monika L. Locke
Susan & Brandon Ewing Tami & Lamar Johnston, D.D.S. Juliet S. Bishop Holly Lowry
Ava & Scott Jones Jeffery L. Blackstock Jan & Gary Luffey, M.D.
Steamboat: Commodore Olivia Jones Nicole Blake Chris Lyons
Gwen & Ron S. Barron Teresa K. & Shane Jones Monica & Alvin Bradley Lisa S. Mangham
Nancy & David G. Darland Gina & Mike Jones Kristy Brazzel Rodney Manning
Jill & Johnny Gaudet Pam & Mike Jones Maureen Britt Deborah H. Martin
Kathy & Les Guice, PhD Sarah & Ryan Kilpatrick Kenneth Brobst Ellen & Matt Massey
Kelly & Bill Hogan Anne B. Kilpatrick Charles E. Bryan Robert R. May
Tisdale & Kyle McDonald Karen & Michael Knox Alicia & Randy Bullock Angela R. Mayfield
Linda & Daniel D. Reneau, PhD Brandi & Kasey Kyzar Sheri L. Burt Terry McConathy, PhD
Melanie & Jedd Lewis Clayton A. Butler Sue L. McDaniel
Steamboat: Captain Janine & Richard Lewis Carolyn & Wayne Cage Richard D. McGill
Alice & Kerry Byrnes, M.D. Kellie & Ben Malone Kathy & Darrell Caraway Shirley McNease
Lori & Randy Cason Joshua L. Malone Ellen Carter Regina J. McNeill
Tom & Cathi Cox Boniol Abby & Josh Mandrell, M.D. Mary R. Carter Charles C. Mills
Sally & Randy Graham Derek R. McClusky, M.D. Dawn Chapman Michael W. Milstead
Judy & Ronny Graham Millicent & Billy McConnell Kimberly Chism Melonie Monk
Susan & Jay Guillot Rhonda & Clay McConnell Peggy Climer Elizabeth A. Monk
Katie & Lance Hall Tonya & Eric McCulloch JoAnne Cobb Jeremy Moore
Cindy & Bruce Hampton Shirley A. McDonald Brian A. Coker Haven & Matthew R. Moore
Johnnie & Paul Hogan Carolyn & Don McGehee Jennie M. Cole Katherine G. Murphy
Nancy & Trotter Hunt Janie & Jeff McGehee Rodney Cooper Cheryl Newsom
Lesley & Bob James Nancy & Bill McIntyre Drew R. Cruse Kimberly A. Olney
Holly & Richie LeBlanc Lara & Darell Meggs John Currie, Jr. Lynn Otweil
Marisol & Adam O’Neal Jennifer & Benjamin Moore Dianne Davidson Mary W. Owen
JoAnn & Paul Pickering Terri & Allen Morrison Kimberly H. Davis Shonda R. Parker
Julie & Jered Ramsey Jan & Randall Murphy William A. Davis Karen Perry
Tara & Richard Raue Lorraine & John Newman Morgan B. Denier Lori Perry
Olitsa & Lee Robbins Judi & Randal E. Null, PhD Louise R.Denton Sharon L. Petch
Carolyn & RG Skip Russell, III Evalyn & Tommy Ormond Gwen F. Diamond James Poisso
Jim Sholtis Christine & David Osafo, M.D. Royce Dillard Pamela A. Pruden
Daphne & Kirk Taylor Shelley & Jeff Parker Vincent P. Dispenza Heather & Walter Pullen
Kristen & Layne Weeks Laurie & Jeff Parks Kelly Dodd Becky Pullin
Brian H. Woodard Sharon & Ralph Pettijohn Jeremy E. Dubose Stacey A. Quarles
Anonymous Kathy & Gerald Pool Lindsey N. Duplantis Sandi & Kristopher Rallinson
Juilie & Warren Post Quentin C. Durr Kelli R. Ramsey
Steamboat: Commander Ashlea & Wesley Price Mary J. Durrett Royce & James Reardon
William E. Adcock Heather & Walter Pullen Julie S. Duty Joshua D. Richard
Katie & Jason Albritton Kelly & Michael Quarles Lauren & Phillip Ellis Lynore C. Richard
Debbie & Ricky Albritton Ginny & Patrick Ramsey Herbert Encalarde Katherine & James C. Roberts III
Jodie & Henry Alexander Judy & Stanley Read Traci M. Evans Bruce V. Rushing
John Curtis Allen Annie & Peter Richardson Misty & Kenneth Farley, Jr. Donald N. Schillinger, PhD
LEADERSHIP GIVING

Michelle Allen & Brian Cassel Wynne Dee Rinicker Romaine & David C. Farrar Sharron Schimmel
Cathy Ayo Randy Roberson Sadie W. Flower Carhonda Scott
Jennifer & Kerry Banks Jenny & Don Robertson Cecilia & David Fuller Lexie L. Scriber
Lisa & Eddie Barnes Alice Higginbotham & Lawrence Ross Tommy & Angie Futch Victoria Sexton
Alana & John Belton Tiffany & Edward H. Rutland, M.D. Renee’ & Kenny L. Galyean Catherine Shemwell
Angie & Troy Biscomb Debra & Butch Sensley James Garrett Jarrod Sibley
Cullen L. Bishop Julie & Matt Shirley Amanda Goodrich Steve Simmons
Kimberly & Ben Breithaupt Bettye & Charles Slocum Jenifer Gray Kathy Slocum
Rosy & Terry Bromell Maryanne & Brian Smith Kelly & Michael Gray John R. Smith
Debra & Andy Brown Becky & Hunter Smith Priscilla Green Jenifer & Matthew Smith
Heather & Derek Busby Donna & Steve Smith Brittany & Ryan Griep Laura Amye & Robert Smith
Katie & Cullen Clark Amy & Chris Stegall Rhonda Griffin Michael B. Summerville, Jr.
Randi L. Clifton Corre A. Stegall Heather Grigsby Michael Summerville, Sr.
Candice & David T. Cole Sandy & Gary M. Stokley, PhD Shane Grubb Cindy & Robert Tait
Janette & Roy Collins Laura & Daniel R. Taylor Tradarious Guidry Amanda P. Taunton
Laurie & Tim Colvin John Taylor James W. Guillot Michelle Taylor
Helen Cox Patricia & Mark A. Taylor Stacey Hackler Stephanie Thompson
Rachel & Thomas Davison Tory & Tim Tettleton Marlo B. Haddox Frances Tiley
Carol & Benny Denny Donna Kay Thompson Tammy Hancock Lindsay & Roy Tomlinson
Melissa & BJay Durrett Michelle & Cary Tolar Laura & David Hartt Pamela & John F. Tompkins
Linda Echols Elizabeth & Steve Turnley Leslie Harvey Will R. Tullos
Janice Evans Melannie Turpin, D.D.S. & Corbin Turpin, Hisham Hegab Kathy L. Walker
Louise & Robert E. Feron D.D.S. Sheree & Rob Hicks Gloria B. Ware
Ramona Fluker Linda & Jim Tuten Brian C. Hilton Connie A. Watts
Janice & Gordan Ford Jessica & Trey Underwood, D.V.M. Fay Hall Holloway Lora Westerfield
Tish & John D. Freeman Heather & Mayor Ronny Walker Jennifer & Skip Holtz Kristina C. Wheelis
Charlotte & Jimmy Goodwin Kiki & William C. Wardlaw Misty S. Huffstetler Jackie White
Kim & Clint Graham Zach Wasson Logan Hunt Bobby Williams
Kate & Danny Graham Mary E. Woodard Patricia A. Hutcherson Phranses J. Williams
Julie & Mark Graham Cynthia & Rusty Woodard Cody Ibanez Thomas S. Williams
Lisa M. Griggs Kelli & Jim Worthey Kymberly K. Ingram Susan & Matthew L. Winkelpleck
Laura & Barry Guinn Anonymous (2) Brian Jackson Lori & Chris Wyatt
Kelly & Josh M. Hammett Anonymous Elizabeth K. Johnson Stephanie & Robert Wynne
Lisa & Heath Hightower LaTina S. Johnson James Young
Christy & Clay G. Hipp, III Bayou Society James Jones Alice E. Zachry
Gray Hipp Brandy & Jay Alexander Richard D. Jones Anonymous (4)
Dr. & Mrs. Quentin D. Holmes, Sr. Faith C. Alexander Veronica C. Jordan

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UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN
WORKPLACE CAMPAIGN
The United Way of Northeast Louisiana Workplace Campaign unites and inspires your
employees, giving them a unique opportunity to donate to and volunteer for causes
that matter most to them. Last year, we raised more than $4 million through partnering
with over 170 companies during the annual Workplace Campaign, strengthening our
community by investing dollars to improve the lives of the people who live and work here.

A partnership with United Way of Northeast Louisiana provides your company and
employees with these and many other opportunities:
Stephanie & Nathan G. “Nat” Smith
Ouachita Parish Tax Assessor’s Office Community Involvement: Opportunities to give back and make a difference, including
BancorpSouth customized employee and individual volunteer opportunities coordinated through our
2018 Campaign Co-Chairs VolunteerUNITED Volunteer Engagement Center. See page 7 for more.

Convenience and Affordability: Our giving options, including payroll deduction and
electronic pledging, make giving easy, convenient, and affordable

Community Investment: United Way of Northeast Louisiana’s community impact


work is driven not only by our volunteer’s passion, but also their knowledge of the
community, ensuring contributions are invested into solutions that make the biggest
impact. To see where your investment goes, see page 10.

Donor Choice: Opportunities for direct contributions to any 501(c)(3) non-profit


human services organization
Brandon Ewing
Ewing Timber, LLC Corporate Recognition: Enhance your company’s image in the community by meeting
2018 Lincoln-Union Parish
Campaign Chair
Campaign Best Practices and qualifying for community-wide corporate recognition
through our annual Celebrating Excellence Community Awards Program honoring
outstanding United Way of Northeast Louisiana Workplace Campaigns, Volunteers,
Community Partners, and Leadership. For a listing of our 2017 Honorees, see page 37.

LEADERSHIP GIVING
If you’re running a United Way Workplace Campaign at your company, consider adding
a Leadership Giving focus in your campaign to grow your Leadership Givers, increase
your overall Workplace Campaign, create opportunities for Corporate Recognition,
and most importantly, help provide more resources to help create a better Northeast
Louisiana for all. For more information about Leadership Giving, see pages 11-34.
Ashley K. West
Progressive Bank
2018 Campaign Vice Chair CORPORATE GIVING
Each year, many Northeast Louisiana companies choose to make a difference through
corporate giving, showing their commitment to being part of the change needed to
create a healthier, safer, and more opportunity-filled community for all. When you invest
in United Way, you create a win-win-win partnership that benefits your company, your
employees, and our entire community. For more information about Corporate Gifts,
visit unitedwaynela.org.

CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP
UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN

Corporate Sponsorship helps United Way of Northeast Louisiana underwrite how


we thank, recognize, and educate donors, volunteers, and community partners while
Daniel Taylor keeping our administrative costs low. When you sponsor United Way of Northeast
Argent Financial Group, Inc. Louisiana you have the opportunity to enhance your company’s philanthropic image
2018 Lincoln-Union Parish and visibility in the community and support investments that help solve our community’s
Campaign Vice Chair most pressing needs. For more information, visit unitedwaynela.org.

UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST LOUISIANA | 2018 COMMUNITY REPORT | PAGE 35


CORPORATE RECOGNITION
Circle of Honor Outstanding Campaign Coordinator or Team Award
Gifts specific to United Way of Northeast Louisiana to At the heart of each workplace campaign is the United
be invested by the Community Investment Volunteers Way Campaign Coordinator or Team. This award is
must total at least $25,000 or 80% of total employee given to a Campaign Coordinator or Team that works
giving. Average employee gift is at least $200 with 51% diligently to reach their employee giving and participation
employee participation in the campaign. goals. They go over and above what is expected of them
to ensure that their campaign and coworkers make a
difference in improving the community.
Special Achievement Award
Gifts specific to United Way of Northeast Louisiana to
be invested by the Community Investment Volunteers Going the Extra 10% Award
must total at least $25,000 or 70% of total employee This award is given to those workplace campaigns that
giving. Average employee gift is at least $120 with 51% increase their annual United Way of Northeast Louisiana
employee participation in the campaign. campaign by 10% or more and 60% of total employee
giving is allocated by the Community Investment
Committee. Campaign Coordinators must also
Campaign Leaders Award attend training prior to their campaign.
This award is based purely on dollars raised in Northeast
Louisiana. This award recognizes the outstanding cor-
porate/employee giving of the Top 10 companies raising
VolunteerUNITED Award
the most dollars in the current campaign. This award is given to a workplace campaign that
embodies an overall spirit of giving through contributions
of time, leadership and resources in supporting the work
LIVE UNITED® AWARD of United Way of Northeast Louisiana.
This award is given to a company that exemplifies and
*Corporate Giving and Best Practices apply to all awards.
embodies a corporate culture of philanthropy and community
Corporate Giving: The Company has made a corporate contribution to United
involvement. They truly know what it means to GIVE. Way of Northeast Louisiana. Corporate giving does not apply to public sector
ADVOCATE. VOLUNTEER. Their actions inspire others or nonprofit organizations.
to be involved in their community. Campaign Best Practices: At least 6 of 10 best practices must be met.
UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN

UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST LOUISIANA | 2018 COMMUNITY REPORT | PAGE 36


CELEBRATING EXCELLENCE 2017
Campaign Leaders New Campaigns Circle of Honor
AIMS, Inc.
CenturyLink $1,208,895 Children’s Coalition Allen, Green, & Williamson, LLP

of Northeast Louisiana ANGUS Chemical Company
Origin Bank $143,033
D&J Construction Argent Financial Group, Inc.
Strauss Interests, Inc. $133,745 Diversity One Staffing Associated Business Printing, Inc.
Durrett Law & Title BancorpSouth
ANGUS Chemical
Gardner Denver Thomas Bank of Ruston
Company $113,950
Products Centric Federal Credit Union
Ouachita Independent Monster Moto, LLC Coca-Cola Bottling Company-UNITED
Bank $87,037 Storm Medical Equipment Community Financial Insurance Center, LLC
Village of Choudrant Cross Keys Bank
Graphic Packaging D.A.R.T.
International $84,874 Don M. Barron Contractor, Inc.
Lincoln Parish Schools $79,435
Special Achievement Ensure, The Insurance Agency
American Red Cross Financial Institution Service Corporation
P&S Surgical Hospital & First National Bank
NELA Chapter
Specialty Management Heard, McElroy & Vestal, LLP
ATMOS Energy Corporation
Services of Ouachita $71,995 Courtesy Chevrolet Buick GMC Holyfield Construction
Cadillac of Ruston, LLC Hulsey, Harwood & Sheridan, CPA
Entergy Louisiana $69,402
Hunt Forest Products, LLC
Dean Morris & Associates, LLP
Roseburg Forest iBERIABANK
Johnston Dental Care
Products $62,600 James Machine Works
MedCamps of Louisiana, Inc.
Jim Taylor Chevrolet
Newcomer, Morris & Young
Jim Taylor Ford Lincoln
LaSalle Management Company/ M&T Properties/
Going the Extra 10% Correct Solutions Group
Lincoln Builders, Inc.
American Red Cross LaSalle Management/ Marion State Bank
NELA Chapter M&T Properties/ MJB Wood Group
Argent Financial Group, Inc. Correct Solutions Group Monroe Chamber of Commerce
BancorpSouth Lincoln Parish Schools Monster Moto, LLC
Bemis Lincoln Preparatory School
Christopher Youth Center Monroe City Schools NAI Faulk & Foster
City of Monroe Mott MacDonald North Delta Title Company
City of Ruston Newcomer, Morris & Young Origin Bank
Coca-Cola Bottling Company-UNITED Origin Bank Ouachita Independent Bank
Comcast Ouachita Independent Bank Ouachita Parish Assessor’s Office
Dillard’s Inc. Ouachita Parish Assessor’s Office Progressive Bank
Don M. Barron Contractor, Inc. Ouachita Parish Public Works Reeves, Coon & Funderburg
Emprint Moran Printing Regions Financial Corporation Scott Powerline & Utility Equipment, LLC
ENABLE Midstream Partners Richland State Bank Southern Apparatus Services, Inc.
Ensure, The Insurance Agency Roseburg Forest Products Standard Enterprises, Inc.
First National Bank Standard Enterprises, Inc Steel Fabricators of Monroe, LLC
Grambling State University The Health Hut Strauss Interests, LLC
Heard, McElroy & Vestal, LLP The News-Star, A Gannett Company
The Lincoln Agency, LLC
Hi Tech Computers Town of Farmerville
Holyfield Construction Union General Hospital The News-Star, A Gannett Company
Hunt Forest Products, LLC Union Parish Schools Thomas & Farr Agency, LLC
Intermountain Management Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC United Way of Northeast Louisiana
Jim Taylor Ford Lincoln Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC

Campaign Coordinators of the Year:


UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN

Randi Clifton & Lexie Scriber, LaSalle Management Company; Sheri Taylor, Union General Hospital; Chief Terry Williams, City of Monroe

#LIFECHANGING: Education #LIFECHANGING: Financial Stability LIVE UNITED Award:


Louisiana Tech University Capital One Bank First National Bank
University of Louisiana Monroe, KEDM Origin Bank Ouachita Independent Bank

UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST LOUISIANA | 2018 COMMUNITY REPORT | PAGE 37


WORKPLACE GIVING
4th Judicial District Court Community Financial Insurance Heard, Mc Elroy & Vestal
AIMS, Inc. Center, LLC Hi Tech Computers of Ruston Inc
Allen, Green & Williamson, LLP Courtesy Chevrolet Buick GMC Holyfield Construction
American Red Cross NELA Chapter Cadillac of Ruston, LLC Huffman & Soignier, APAC
ANGUS Chemical Company CREED & CREED Hulsey, Harwood & Sheridan, CPA
ARCO: A Community Resource Cross Keys Bank Hunt Forest Products
Argent Financial Group, Inc. D&J Construction Hunt, Guillot & Associates, LLC
Arthur J. Gallagher Risk D.A.R.T. iBERIABANK
Management Services, Inc. D’Arbonne Woods Charter School IBM Corporation
Associated Business Printing, Inc. Dean Morris, LLP/Morris & InterMountain Management
AT&T Associates Lenders Title ITW Monroe Packaging
ATMOS Energy Corporation Corporation James Machine Works
BancorpSouth Dewitt, French, Giger & Sitton, LLP Jim Taylor Chevrolet in Rayville
Bancroft Bag, Inc. Dillard’s Jim Taylor Ford Lincoln in Ruston
Bank of Oak Ridge Diversity One Staffing Johnston Dental Care
Bank of Ruston Don M. Barron Contractor, Inc. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.
Bemis Durrett Law and Title Kiwanis Club of Monroe
Berry Global, Inc. Emprint Moran Printing, Inc LA United Methodist Children &
Boy Scouts, Louisiana Purchase Enable Midstream Partners, LP Family Services
Council Entergy Louisiana LaSalle Management/M&T Properties/
Boys & Girls Club of North Enterprise Rent - a - Car Correct Solutions Group
Central Louisiana Federal Express Lazenby & Associates, Inc.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Financial Institution Service Corporation Lee Edwards Mazda
Louisiana First National Bank - First North Lincoln Builders, Inc.
Brookshire Grocery Company Louisiana BancShares, Inc. Lincoln Council On Aging
Cameron, Hines & Company, APAC Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana Lincoln Parish Police Jury
Capital One Bank Foster Farms Lincoln Parish Schools
Car Town Gardner Denver Thomas Divison Lincoln Preparatory School
Centric Federal Credit Union Georgia - Pacific Corp. Little & Associates
CenturyLink Girl Scouts of Louisiana, Pines to the Louisiana Delta Community College
Children’s Coalition for Northeast Gulf Council Louisiana Tech University
Louisiana Glenwood Regional Medical Center Lowes
Christopher Youth Center Grambling State University Marion State Bank
City of Monroe Graphic Packaging International McKinney Honda
City of Ruston Green Clinic Health System MedCamps of Louisiana
City of West Monroe Green Oaks Juvenile Detention Center Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
Coca-Cola Bottling Company UNITED H. Mickel Sports Mid South Extrusion
Comcast Hayes, Harkey, Smith & Cascio MJB Wood Group, Inc.

THANK YOU TO OUR 2017-2018 SPONSORS!


Argent Financial Group, Inc. Courtyard Marriott Ruston First National Bank
Bank of Ruston CREED & CREED Foster Farms
UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN

Capital One Cross Keys Bank Glenwood Regional Medical Center


CenturyLink Don M. Barron Contractor, Inc. Graphic Packaging International
Chick-Fil-A Ruston Enviro Services Green Clinic Health System

UNITED WAY OF NORTHEAST LOUISIANA | 2018 COMMUNITY REPORT | PAGE 38


WORKPLACE GIVING
Monroe Chamber of Commerce Rocketfast Car Wash Wal-Mart Stores, Inc
Monroe City Schools Roseburg Forest Products Wells Fargo Advisors
Monroe Housing Authority Ruston Glass & Mirror West Ouachita Senior Center
Monster Moto Ryan Auto Group
Mott, MacDonald S. E. Huey Company
NAI Faulk & Foster Sawyer Industrial Plastics, Inc.
Newcomer, Morris & Young Scott Equipment Companies
North Delta Title Company Scott Powerline & Utility
Northeast Louisiana Cancer Institute Equipment, LLC
Northern Louisiana Medical Center Snellings, Breard, Sartor, Inabnett,
Nu Star Entergy LLP & Trascher, LLP
OIC of Ouachita Southern Apparatus Services, Inc.
Origin Bank St Francis Medical Center/
Ouachita Council On Aging Franciscan Missionaries of Our
Ouachita Independent Bank Lady Health System
Ouachita Parish Assessor’s Office Standard Enterprises, Inc.
Ouachita Parish Fire Department State Combined Charitable Campaign
Ouachita Parish Police Jury Steel Fabricators of Monroe, LLC
Ouachita Parish Public Library Strauss Interests, Inc.
Ouachita Parish Public Works Stuart C. Irby Company
Ouachita Parish School System Target
Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office The Health Hut
Ouachita Valley Federal Credit Union The Lincoln Agency, LLC
P&S Surgical Hospital & The News-Star, a Gannett Company
Specialty Management Services The Wellspring Alliance For Families
of Ouachita (SMSO) The Woman’s Clinic
Peregrine Corporation Thomas & Farr Agency, Inc.
Plymouth Tube Company Town of Farmerville
Polaris of Ruston Union Council on Aging
Premier Products, Inc. Union General Hospital
Progressive Bank Union Parish Schools
Radiology Associates Union Parish Sheriff’s Department
Raymond James Financial United Parcel Service (UPS)
Reeves, Coon & Funderburg United Way of Northeast Louisiana
Regions Financial Corporation University of Louisiana Monroe
Richland State Bank Van-Trow Toyota
Robertson Produce, Inc. Village of Choudrant

THANK YOU TO OUR 2017-2018 SPONSORS!


Hunt Forest Products Origin Bank Tower Place
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Jim Taylor Chevrolet Ruston State Farm Agents TownePlace Suites by Marriott
KTVE/KARD Sparks Nissan-Kia
Lincoln Parish Library Events Center The News-Star, A Gannett Company

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CAMPAIGN BEST PRACTICES

1
BUILD A RELATIONSHIP WITH UNITED WAY STAFF
United Way staff will help you assess the strengths of last year’s Campaign and suggest
areas for improvement. Ask your United Way staff member for information about additional
recognition opportunities.

2
SECURE TOP-LEVEL SUPPORT
The success of your Campaign depends on the commitment and involvement of your CEO
or Local Senior Manager. Keep your management team involved by asking them to:

Establish a budget for Campaign and event materials


Confirm a corporate contribution
Endorse the Campaign through personal letters or e-mails
Authorize payroll deduction, if this does not already exist
Pledge a leadership gift

3
DEVELOP A PLAN AND SET GOALS
The most successful United Way Campaigns have measurable goals. Work with your United
Way staff member to analyze the results of last year’s Campaign and set goals based on
where you can make the greatest improvements.

Increase participation
Promote leadership giving
Collect 100% of pledge cards*
Coordinate agency tour(s) for your team
Plan a VolunteerUNITED volunteer opportunity with a Community Engagement Manager
UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN

*This does not mean that an employee should be made to give, but it ensures that they
were asked and considered a gift to the United Way Campaign

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CAMPAIGN BEST PRACTICES

4
ORGANIZE A TERRIFIC TEAM
Your Campaign Team will help manage your organization’s Campaign and communicate with
employees about United Way. Ask your CEO, Local Senior Manager, or Supervisor to recruit
well-respected, friendly, outgoing employees from all levels and sites of your company. The
team members coordinate efforts to educate fellow employees about United Way, build excitement
for the Campaign, answer colleague’s questions about United Way, and make sure that everyone
is asked to give. Work with your Campaign team to:

Review the prior Campaign and share new ideas


Develop a strategy and timetable for reaching Campaign goals
Establish specific duties for each committee member
Recruit one Campaign Team Leader for each committee member
Coordinate special training for the Campaign Team to explain their roles and review available
resources

PROMOTE AND PUBLICIZE THE CAMPAIGN

5
Education and information are the keys to reaching your Campaign goals. United Way can help
you create an atmosphere of contagious enthusiasm as you educate employees about how
their contributions help United Way improve lives in our community. Some of the successful
promotional tools include but are not limited to:

United Way Campaign Videos


Employee Testimonials
Creative, engaging Campaign Themes
Employee Publications including emails and newsletters
Follow us on our Social Media channels: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, & Instagram
Incentives for turning in pledge cards or giving through payroll deduction
Special Events and activities to add fun to your Campaign, in addition to educational
meetings and other best practices UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN

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CAMPAIGN BEST PRACTICES
MAKE THE ASK: EMPLOYEE MEETINGS OR ONE-ON-ONE

6
This by far is the most important step. The number one reason employees don’t give is because
they were never asked. It is important to allow every employee to make an educated, personal
personal decision about giving to United Way. There are two effective ways to do this:

A. Educate employees through employee meetings:


The best way to communicate the community’s need and make “The Ask” is by inviting a
United Way staff member to speak with your employees during exiting staff meetings. If staff
meetings do not already exist, consider a special Campaign kickoff or smaller meeting to
educate employees about United Way.

Ask your CEO to attend and publicly endorse the Campaign


Include your United Way representative to explain impact
Make “The Ask”!
Keep the meeting lively, brief and informative
Show the United Way video/ DVD
Encourage questions
Thank employees for their participation

B. Educate One-on-One:
Some companies individually ask their employees to consider giving to be sensitive to each
other person’s personal interest and questions about United Way. We have tools to assist
you as you develop your talking points.

PROMOTE LOYAL CONTRIBUTORS & LEADERSHIP GIVING

7
The United Way’s Loyal Contributors program recognizes and celebrates individuals who have
supported United Way for a number of years. If you have been giving to any United Way for 10
or more years (the gifts do not have to be consecutive or at the same company), we want to
recognize you, thank you, and let you know how important you are to us. Please let us know
who you are by placing this information on the bottom of your pledge form where indicated.

An Workplace Campaign that strongly encourages Leadership gifts is likely to be a robust


Campaign. Peer-to-peer solicitation and personal asks are critical to the successful cultivation
of leadership gifts.

The Three Societies of Leadership Giving are:


Bayou - Members of this society give annual gifts of $500-$999
Steamboat - Members of this Society give annual gifts of $1,000 - $9,999
Tocqueville - Members of this society give annual gifts of $10,000 or more

Recruit a leadership Campaign Team to:


Work with United Way to conduct training for your leadership team
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Identify which employees should be part of the leadership giving Campaigns


Obtain leadership pledge materials from United Way
Host a leadership event such as breakfast, luncheon, or after hours were information can be
presented about leadership giving and follow up with each prospect after the event
Promote United Way’s UNITED45; this affinity group is for all leadership givers who are 45
years of age or younger

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CAMPAIGN BEST PRACTICES

8
WRAP UP & REPORT OUT
These steps will save time and ensure accuracy during the completion of the company results
reporting process. Determine how you will collect all the pledge forms, as well as checks, cash
and credit cards. Train your Campaign team on the pledge form collection process before the
forms arrive at the collection site and have your Campaign team verify that all pledge forms
have been completed accurately:

A. If an employee is designating his or her gift to a 501 (C) 3 non-profit agency, the contribution
dollar amount MUST be on the pledge form and specific care form, minimum gift of $60

B. If an employee indicated that they are a leadership giver, make sure that the dollar amount
is indicated on the pledge form

9
RECOGNITION & THANK YOU
“Thank You!” Those two simple words not only show appreciation, but also set the tone
for year-round communication and next year’s Campaign. There are many ways to thank
your fellow employees, including a personal thank you or a small gift of appreciation. The
importance of thanking everyone involved, from those who created a poster, to those who
collected pledge cards, cannot be overemphasized. Sponsor a breakfast, luncheon, build your
own sundae bar, or reception to thank employees.

10
YEAR-ROUND ENGAGEMENT
Learn more about what it means to LIVE UNITED at unitedwaynela.org. Contact your United
Way Staff Member to pick up your completed Campaign report and envelope. This should
be done within 2 weeks of the completion of the Campaign.

FUN IDEAS TO REV UP YOUR UNITED WAY WORKPLACE CAMPAIGN!


Chili Cook Off Tailgate Party
Pumpkin Carving/Decorating Contest Employee Trivia
Cake Walk “Are You Smarter than A 5th Grader?”
Pie In The Face School Picture Contest
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Team Spirit Day Superhero Day


Jeans Day “Biggest Loser” Contest
Pot Luck Luncheon

Download our Campaign Coordinator Guide for these and other fun ideas for your United Way
Workplace Campaign: unitedwaynela.org/toolkit

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2017 -2018 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Ron Barron, Chair Ernest Finch, Uma Rangaraj, MD
Don M. Barron Contractor, Inc. VolunteerUNITED Chair Arthritis & Diabetes Clinic
Thomas & Farr Agency, Inc.
Blake Wheelis, Chair-Elect Michael Ryan, CFP
Blake Wheelis State Farm Jeff Glover Wells Fargo Advisors
Insurance Agency, Inc. CenturyLink
Amy Price Sawyer,
Eve Van Sickle, Secretary Cindy Gordon Community Impact Chair
St. Francis Medical Center/FMOL Entergy Louisiana North Delta Title Company
Mullens Price Sawyer, LLC
Susan Harwood, Treasurer Clay G. Hipp, III
Hulsey, Harwood & Sheridan, CPA First National Bank Kelly Shambro
Progressive Bank
Dr. Ron Berry, Past Chair Willie Hunter Jr.
University of Louisiana Monroe Willie Hunter Jr. & Nathan G. “Nat” Smith,
Associates Attorney at Law Campaign Co-Chair-Elect
Stan Anderson, BancorpSouth
Community Investment Chair Rep. Katrina R. Jackson
Regions Bank Louisiana House of Stephanie Smith,
Representatives Campaign Co-Chair-Elect
Debbie Blue Ouachita Parish
Community Volunteer Richie LeBlanc, Tax Assessor’s Office
Lincoln-Union Parish
LaKeshia Bosworth Campaign Chair Sheila Snow,
Ouachita Parish Hunt Forest Products, LLC Communications Chair
Public Library Monroe-West Monroe
Barbara Leader Convention & Visitors Bureau
Dr. Don Coker The News-Star, A Gannett Company
Ouachita Parish Randy Stone
School System Beverly V. Lewis, RN, BSN, MPA, KARD Fox 14 / KTVE NBC 10
United Way 2-1-1 Advocate
Shane Cooley University Health Conway Dr. Brent Vidrine
Louisiana Purchase Council, Monroe City Schools
Boy Scouts of America Billy McConnell
LaSalle Management Rod Washington
Kevin Cuppia Company, LLC City of Monroe
Graphic Packaging International, Inc.
James W. Moore, III, Dr. Harrington Watson, III
Richard Davis Campaign Chair Robinson Elementary School,
Foster Farms InterMountain Hotels Ouachita Parish School System

Brandon Ewing, Adam O’Neal, Lincoln-Union Parish


Lincoln-Union Parish Community Investment Chair
Campaign Chair-Elect Origin Bank
Ewing Timber, LLC

CONTACT INFORMATION ONLINE & SOCIAL MEDIA RESOURCES


Regional Office: Website: unitedwaynela.org
Phone: 318-325-3869 | Fax: 318-325-4329 Blog: unitedwaynela.tumblr.com
UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN

1201 Hudson Lane, Monroe, LA 71201 VolunteerUNITED: unitedwaynela.org/volunteer

Lincoln-Union-Jackson Parish Office:


Phone: 318-232-0055 Facebook: facebook.com/unitedwayofnortheastlouisiana
939 North Trenton Street, Ruston, LA 71270 Instagram: instagram.com/unitedwaynela
Twitter: twitter.com/unitedwaynela
Email: unitedway@unitedwaynela.org Linkedin: @United Way of Northeast Louisiana

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