Centennial Sponsors

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Centennial Sponsors

The Society would like to thank those organizations and individuals who have pledged their sponsorship of the Centennial Committee’s mission to education and commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in 2021. Without their support our many educational and ceremonial initiatives would never have gotten off the ground. Thank you for your vision and sponsorship!

(listed in Alphabetical order – last updated April 10, 2021):

$25 - $500

  • Donna Andersen
  • Ron Bauman
  • Bruemmer, Hill, Spencer, and Collins Families
  • Janis Coder
  • Cameron and Michele Cosby
  • John Dawson
  • Loretta Dospil-Farley
  • James and Cathy Foster
  • Stephen Gates
  • Barbara Greenfield, in Memory of Karen Azzaro
  • Linda Hobbs
  • Ellan M. Hove
  • Greg Jewell
  • Barbara Johnson
  • Nicole Kahn
  • William King
  • Eric Knight
  • Barbara and Robert Lamb
  • McIlvenna Family
  • National Daughters of the American Revolution
    • Alabama State Society
    • Arlington House Chapter
    • Beaver Chapter
    • Betsey Hager Chapter
    • Chief Whatcom Chapter
    • College Hill Chapter
    • Lewis-Clark Chapter
    • Pentagon Chapter
    • Texas State Society
    • Virginia State Society
    • Virginia State Society, District V
  • Peggy Osborne
  • Louise Palermo
  • Craig Pickerel
  • G.R. Presnell
  • Marcia R. Sasser-Carrow
  • Patrick Sutliff
  • Bill Swan
  • SFC Gary Tichenor & Family
  • Kathleen Toomey
  • Colonel Robert Walker
  • Julia Ward
  • Loriann White
  • Peter Winokur, in memory of Karen Azzaro
  • Debbie Worden
  • Loriann White
  • Carol Zobel

$501 - $1000

  • Alabama Republican Party

$1,001 - $5000

  • Craig Fallon
  • Jerry and Joanne Wallace / National Christian Foundation

15,001 - $20,000

  • Mrs. Dorothy Cosby and family in memory of COL (Retired) Neale Cosby (1958-60)

Support the Society

The Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (SHGTUS) is able to provide our programs, events, assistance, scholarships, and services due to the generosity of its members, organizations, and individuals. SHGTUS does not receive institutional funding. Note: The Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is a 501(c)(3) organization, so your contributions may be fully tax deductible.