Donations swell COVID-19 Relief Fund

Donations swell COVID-19 Relief Fund

Thank you for your generosity

You gave to honor health care workers who expose themselves every day to the unique coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

You gave to applaud those who work in essential professions and must put themselves in possible harm’s way from a virus no one knows how to cure.

You gave in memory of loved ones.

You gave.

Olympic Community Action Programs (OlyCAP) now has a fund of $64,114 to provide grants to help people in financial hardship because of COVID-19 precautions.

During a time when we all must focus on how to protect ourselves and our loved ones, you looked beyond yourselves to help your neighbors.

Whether you gave $50 or $5,000 you are evidence of the strength of compassion at a time when all are frightened of illness, of pennilessness, of not being able to provide for basic needs for our families.

Your compassion offers hope. It blunts some of that fear.

“It’s such a bright spot in the uncertainty that’s going on right now,” said Audrey Morford, executive coordinator for OlyCAP.

“It’s a privilege to get to witness that to counter the negativity that we are faced with every day right now.”

There is no way to thank you enough.

But at least we can let others know what you did.

“It is inspiring to see the many ways the community is coming forward to help during this pandemic,” said Terry Ward, Peninsula Daily News publisher.

“The generosity of our COVID-19 Relief Fund donors will make a difference for so many people affected financially across Clallam and Jefferson counties.”

Here is a list of the donations given to the COVID-19 Relief Fund during the first two weeks.

Name and amount

Ron and Nina Richards, Port Angeles, $5,000.

Eric and Jean Crecelius, Sequim, $250.

Ron and Phyllis Stecker, Sequim, $500.

Paul Lotzgesell, Sequim, $50.

Horizon Excavating, Carlsborg, $250. In honor of health care workers. Thank you.

Sheryl and Ken Bruch, Sequim, $250. In honor of Bill Bork, an incredible dad.

Garry Gustafson, Port Angeles, $100. In memory of Gloria Gustafson.

John and Ellen Kassen, Port Angeles, $40. In honor of Michael Clemens.

Katherine Hennessey, Port Angeles, $1,000.

Stephen D. Murphy, Port Townsend, $100.

Olympic Acupuncture, Port Angeles, $133. In honor of friends and patients of Olympic Acupuncture.

John and Christine Usher, Port Angeles, $50.

Carol Lindcroft and Oscar Lind, Port Townsend, $100. In memory of Kathy Francis.

Emil and Judy Moilanen, Port Angeles, $500. In honor of essential workers.

Charlotte G. Warren, Sequim, $200.

Sandy Greenlief, Port Angeles, $50.

Roger and Linda Woods, Sequim, $100.

Gerald and Nancy Stephanz, Port Angeles, $1,000.

John Brewer, Port Angeles, $500. In honor of the hardworking Peninsula Daily News staffers who are informing the public about the local impact of the COVID-19 virus. And thank you, PDN, for reactivating the Peninsula Home Fund as the COVID-19 Relief Fund.

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Frank Cavanaugh, Port Angeles. In memory of Ed and Sybil Cavanaugh.

Barbara Comer, Port Angeles.

Greg Shield and Colleen Cunningham, Port Angeles.

Maurie Sprague, Port Angeles.

Doug and Trudy Rittenhouse, Port Angeles.

Ellen and Barry Lerich, Nordland.

David and Francie Louden, Port Angeles.

Janet Cattano, Sequim.

Kathleen Balducci, Port Angeles. In memory of Bal and my parents, Dale and Betty Owen.

Debbie Crumb and Maryann Meersman, Sequim. In memory of Red and Rose Crumb.

Verna Edwards, Port Angeles. In memory of Bob Edwards.

Jim and Marci Thomsen, Port Angeles. In honor of all medical professionals.

Betty Manning, Port Angeles.

Darlene and Michael Clemens, Port Angeles.

Leonard A. and Carmelinda Wiley, Port Angeles.

Fred and Ann Weinmann, Port Townsend.

Janet Nickolaus, Port Angeles. In memory of Jim and Winnie Nickolaus.

Glenn Wiggins, Port Angeles.

Robert E. Onnen, Sequim.

Leslie Campbell, Port Angeles.

Frank and Sue Thayer, Port Angeles. In memory of Tonya Thayer.

Larry and Lynn Gosser, Port Angeles.

Bob and Sue Erzen, Sequim.

Dan and Vicki Pierson, Port Angeles.

Don Knowles and Faith Haynes, Sequim.

Beth Ver Steeg, Sequim.

Jean M. Eichman, Nordland.

Roy and Mary Gotham, Port Angeles.

Roy and Marilyn Brown, Marquette, Michigan.

Phyllis and Ed Hopfner, Port Angeles.

Ole and Joey Olson, Port Angeles.

Fred and Carol Royce, Port Angeles.

Donald Thompson, Port Angeles.

N.E. Turner, Port Angeles.

Jeannie Hedberg, Port Angeles.

Anna Manildi, Port Angeles.

Gerald and Charlotte Pierce, Sequim.

David Meissner and Lorra Cornetet, Sequim.

Nancy and Ed Grier, Port Angeles. In memory of Diane Grier.

Kathleen Ann Young, Port Townsend.

Jonathan and Sandra Kurtz, Sequim.

Roger and Maura Oakes, Port Angeles. To working men and women who are most affected by this crisis.

Martha Mead, Sequim. In memory of Mary and Warren Mead.

Eva Hennings, Port Angeles.

Janet Pearson, Sequim.

Mark and Diana Schildknecht, Sequim.

Leila Roberts, Port Angeles. In memory of Dan Roberts Sr.

Rosemary Thompson, Port Angeles. In memory of Ray Thompson.

Carolyn Morillo, Port Angeles.

John and Rosalyn Taylor, Port Angeles.

David and Ann Salmon, Sequim.

Mr. and Mrs. W. Hamilton, Port Angeles.

Lynda and Jim Larison, Sequim.

Mel and Vicci Rudin, Port Angeles.

Jack and Janet Tatom, Sequim.

Janet Cattano, Sequim.

Rita Heywood, Sequim.

Hansi Hals and Tom Butler, Port Angeles.

Ed Curington, Sequim.

Alda Siebrands, Port Angeles.

Jeanne and David Oldenkamp, Port Angeles.

Barb and Mark Boelling, Port Townsend.

Stefan and Mary Biskup, Port Townsend.

Russ and Linda Mellon, Sequim.

John and Pam Clise, Port Townsend.

Ron and Michele Fraker, Port Angeles.

Anne and Vincent Murray, Port Angeles.

Steve Conner and Weezie Jenkins, Port Townsend.

Deanna McHenry, Port Angeles. In memory of John McHenry.

Joseph (Bill) W. and Jean Riedel, Sekiu.

Randy Johnson and Nancy Bluestein-Johnson, Port Angeles.

Ralph F. Brown, Port Angeles.

Steve and Linda Bailey, Carlsborg. In memory of Joseph Buniva.

Gloria Ricketts, Port Hadlock.

Donna Halsaver and Richard Halsaver, Sequim.

Viki Kocha, Carlsborg.

Dan and Patricia Nellis, Sequim. In memory of Connie Grothkopp.

Genaveve Starr, Sequim.

A. Laverne Dixon, Port Angeles.

Alan and Michaelle Barnard, Port Angeles.

Dave and Pili Meyer, Port Angeles.

Sally Rodgers, Port Townsend.

Margaret McIntosh, Port Angeles

Robert Sextro.

Sherry E. Hansen, Sequim.

Joe and Cheryl Winney, Port Angeles.

Edgar and Iva Burks, Port Angeles.

Vicki and Greg Sensiba, Sequim.

Pat Ferris, Port Angeles.

LaRue Robirts, Sequim. In honor of Dale and Andrew Robirts.

Suzanne E. DeBey, Port Angeles.

Jenny Westdal, Port Ludlow.

Chick and Carol Carmichael, Port Angeles.

Irma M. Stennes, Port Angeles.

Nancy Reid, Port Angeles. In memory of David Sirrine Johnson.

Bill and Marge Pieratt, Port Angeles.

Charles A. Brown, Port Angeles.

Anita and Robert Knapp, Sequim.

Robert Brownbridge, Sequim.

Rick and Margaret Yates, Port Angeles.

Shirley Widdicombe, Sequim.

Glen Robards, Sequim.

Teresa Gifford, Port Townsend.

Hornbeck, Port Townsend.

Lynette Baughman, Sequim.

Mark Hannah, Port Angeles.

Diane Bommer, Port Townsend.

Edward Marx, Port Angeles.

Naomi Foley, Sequim.

Roenah Blank, Sequim.

Donna Heien, Sequim.

Beth Ashkin, Port Angeles.

Robert Vreeland, Port Angeles.

Ellen and Ted Tsoneff, Port Angeles.

Edward Chadd, Port Angeles.

Kelly Fisher, Port Angeles.

Samuel Shusterman, Port Townsend.

Kathy Renehan, Sequim.

Janet and Robert Mullen, Sequim.

Raymond Bentsen, Sequim.

Katherine Smiley, Port Ludlow.

Bruce Domazlicky, Sequim.

Wendy Mouradian, Sequim.

Richard Kohler, Port Angeles.

Kevin Foster, Port Angeles.

Carrol Hull, Sequim.

Marilyn A. O’Neill Eash, Port Angeles.

John and Denise Kane, Sequim.

Gary and Patricia Flesner, Sequim.

John Jost, Sequim.

Rose Bridge, Sequim.

Diane Whitmore, San Francisco, Calif.

William Clark, Port Townsend.

Al and Barbara Deese, Port Angeles.

Nancy Blackmer, Port Townsend.

Mary Sue Brancato and Ed Bowlby, Sequim. In honor of COVID-19 relief.

Jean Tozier, Port Angeles.

Keith Minnig, Port Angeles.

Sarah Tozier, Port Angeles.

Patricia Waite, Sequim.

Ruth Replogle, Port Angeles.

Susan Chadd, Port Angeles.

Debbie Canfield, Port Angeles. In honor of Tom Canfield.

Martha Rudersdorf, Sequim.

Wayne Bartholomew, Port Angeles.

Ronald Sidwell, Port Angeles.

Kathy and Jim Wesley, Port Angeles.

Kristin Ecklund, Sequim.

Pam Wilder, Port Angeles.

Steve and Sandy Bengston, Joyce.

Ross and Vee Canning, Port Angeles.

K M Jellicoe Pressley, Port Angeles.

Sandy Frankfurth, Sequim.

Terri Wood, Port Angeles. In honor of Port Angeles neighbors.

Drs. Joseph and Judy Price, Sequim.

Judy Stein, Sequim.

Kate Buenau, Sequim.

Mary Van Dyke, Sequim.

Michael Chase, Sequim.

Terry R. Santos, Sequim.

Thomas Cox, Sequim.

Holly Kays, Port Townsend.

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Port Angeles, $100.

Sequim, $200.

Port Angeles, $100.

Port Angeles, $1,000.

Port Angeles, $200.

Sequim, $500.

Sequim, $100.

Port Angeles, $25.

Sequim, $100.

Sequim, $1,000.

Port Angeles, $100.

Sequim, $50.

Port Angeles, $50.

Sequim, $500.

Port Angeles, $500.

Port Townsend, $40.

Port Angeles, $50. In honor of Jesus.

Port Townsend, $250.

Sequim, $100.

Port Angeles, $500.

Sequim, $50.

Port Angeles, $50.

Port Angeles, $20.

Sequim, $250. In memory of Mary Roon.

Sequim, $50.

Sequim, $500.

Port Angeles, $50.

Port Angeles, $25.

Sequim, $100.

Sequim, $50.

Port Angeles, $500.

Sequim, $200.

Sequim, $25.

Port Angeles, $200.

Port Angeles, $25.

Sequim, $100.

Sequim, $100.

Port Angeles, $250.

Port Angeles, $20.

Port Townsend, $50.

Sequim, $200.

Sequim, $100.

Sequim, $100.

Sequim, $250.

Port Angeles, $100.

Port Angeles, $1,000.

Port Angeles, $100.

Sequim, $100.

Sequim, $50.

Port Angeles, $100. In memory of Gary D. Snell.

Port Angeles, $750.

Port Angeles, $25.

Port Angeles, $500. In honor of health care workers.

Port Angeles, $100.

Port Angeles, $100.

Port Angeles, $200.

$40.

Port Angeles, $100.

Carlsborg, $60.

Port Angeles, $100. In memory of my father, GRB.

Port Angeles, $100.

Sequim, $100.

Port Angeles, $100.

Sequim, $500. In honor of all the superheroes on the front lines, health care professionals and those keeping essential services open and available to our community.

Sequim, $100.

Sequim, $100.

Sequim, $35.

Port Angeles, $100.

Sequim, $200.

Sequim, $250.

Port Townsend, $1,000. In honor of the city of Port Townsend.

Port Townsend, $100.

Port Angeles, $100.

Port Angeles, $500.

Port Angeles, $100.

Port Angeles, $1,000.

Port Angeles, $250.

Sequim, $100. In honor of loving my neighbors.

Port Angeles, $25. In honor/memory of everyone.

Sequim, $100.

Kingston, $1,000.

Port Angeles, $100. In honor of the coronavirus relief fund.

Sequim, $100.

Sequim, $100.

Port Townsend, $100. In honor of COVID-19 relief.

Port Angeles, $50.

Port Angeles, $100.

Port Townsend, $50.

Port Angeles, $50.

Port Angeles, $200. In honor of the COVID-19 relief fund.

Sequim, $100. In honor of Elizabeth Valentine.

Sequim, $30.

Sequim, $100.

Port Angeles, $200.

Sequim, $100.

Port Townsend, $100.

Port Angeles, $100.

Sequim, $50.

Sequim, $400.

Box Elder, S.D., $300.

Joyce, $200.

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