2021 Donations&Memorials

Published in The Fringed Gentian™

Memorials Received
Late December 2020 - October 2021

for Harriet Betzold from Barbara Nordley; Skufica Fund.

for Bennett Lauerey Busselman from Gary & Nancy Bussellman.

for Marcella B. Carter from Darryl Carter.

for John Haldeman from Lube-Tech, Sandra Boven, Bette Mae Buelow, Janice Mostrom, Janet Krier, Bonnie Schindler, Nancy Spannaus, Pam Weiner.

for Frank Hansen from Brad & Christy Crary

for Marquerite Harbison from Pam Weiner.

for Donette Johnson from Dona Schneider

for Juanita Lussenhop from Ellen Peterson, Greta Swanson

for Patrick Mack from Michael Mack.

for Delores Ellen Rak from Karen & Michael Longerbone.

for Natalie Titrington Quinn from John & Carol Quinn



Mary McNerney from Elizabeth McNerney

Bernie Tompkins from Sue Anderson; Floyd & Sue, Scott & Dorth, Brooks & Barb.

The Webbs from Ellen Lipschultz

Donations Received in support of our programs
Late December 2020 - October 2021

Amazon Smile
Donna Ahrens
Emily Anderson
Farrand Anderson
Janet K. Anderson
Cindy Angerhofer
Michael H. Baker Family Foundation
Colin Bartol
Dan & Vi La Belle
Christopher Brunelle
Sharon Bunnell
Stewart Corn & Ellen Ferrari
Susan Elsner
Meg Forney
Kathy & Richard Fournier
David Harris & Ward Bauman
JoEllen Haugo & David Smith
Jeanmarie Hentges

Marjorie Huebner
Lauren Husting
Estee Lauder Companies
Camile Kvinna
Ellen Lipschultz
Monica Marshall
Janet Mayer
Sylvia McCollor
Peter Michaud
Edith Miller
Ruth Miller
Minneapolis Foundation
Patricia Morrison
Stephanie Musich
Susan & Douglas Nevin
Ruth Olson
Maggie Tuff
Win & Binky Rockwell
Paul West
Pam Weiner & Jim Wittenberg
Cora Wortman

Details on how to make a donation or a memorial and what The Friends do with the funds can be found on our Website Support-Us Page

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Please consider a gift in your estate plan to benefit the Garden. Gifts to Friends of the Wild Flower Garden are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by Minnesota and federal law for gifts to charitable organizations. Friends of the Wild Flower Garden has been approved by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization since 1953. Gifts can be made through your will, revocable living trust, retirement plan or life insurance. Leave a gift for the Garden in your will or revocable living trust by a provision such as “I give $ to Friends of the Wild Flower Garden, Inc., to benefit the Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden.” Or name Friends of the Wild Flower Garden as a beneficiary of a portion of your life insurance or retirement account.

If you have questions, please call Friends Board member Steve Pundt at 612-333-1900 or email him. Thank you for helping us fulfill our mission to preserve and protect the Garden!