Stove Toucher
Nov. 26 to Dec. 19, 2021
★ ★ ★

Buffalo Theatre Ensemble Presents

By Kurt Naebig

Director & Managing Artistic Director
Connie Canaday Howard*+
Scenic & Properties Design
Michael W. Moon+
Lighting Design
Rachel Levy^
Projections Design
Smooch Medina
Original Music and Sound Design
Christopher Kriz+^
Associate Artistic Director
Amelia Barrett*+
Kurt Naebig*+
Time and Place: Various locales and years throughout the Chicagoland area
Presented by arrangement with Kurt Naebig
There will be no intermission.
Please note: Adult themes and language used during the show
The use of any recording device, either audio or video, and the taking of photographs, either with or without a flash is strictly prohibited. Please turn off all electronic devices, such as cell phones and watches.
Nov. 26 - Dec. 19, 2021
Playhouse Theatre


Dear MAC Friends!

I am so thrilled to be writing to you with the wonderful news that we are returning to in-person performances in time to celebrate our 35th anniversary together! We have safety protocols in place to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, which you can read about on our website, As the pandemic changes, so will our policies and we will keep you updated.

This season is packed with your favorites. Music fans will enjoy everything from electrifying BoDeans, to the legendary Oak Ridge Boys, to The Texas Tenors. Get ready for a Mardi Gras and Zydeco party with the Dirty Dozen Brass Band at Mardi Gras Mambo. I also look forward to sharing one of the most compelling concerts I’ve seen, in an evening with Tony Award-winning Broadway star, Heather Headley.

We are happy to remain the home of our resident companies Buffalo Theatre Ensemble and New Philharmonic. BTE brings live theater back with Stove Toucher, a one-man show written and performed by Kurt Naebig, and closes the season with the hysterical One Man, Two Guvnors. New Philharmonic Orchestra and Maestro Muspratt are putting on a blockbuster season starting with a Spooktakular concert filled with themes from your favorite horror cinema classics, followed by American melodies in Dvořák’s New World Symphony featuring the incomparable David Taylor playing one of the most complex violin pieces, culminating in a concert version of West Side Story.

Following the blockbuster Frida Kahlo exhibition this summer, the Cleve Carney Museum of Art will open its season with COD alum and brilliant contemporary artist Tony Fitzpatrick. We will close the MAC season in 2022 by bringing back the beloved free outdoor Lakeside Summer series!

We look forward to seeing you and engaging in thought-provoking, joy-inducing, exciting LIVE entertainment. I look forward to seeing you back at the MAC soon!

Enjoy the show!

Diana Martinez

Dear Friends of BTE,
“I regard the theater as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.” -Thornton Wilder
Buffalo Theatre Ensemble is incredibly proud to embark on our 35th Anniversary Season! We can hardly wait to welcome people back into a space where as the house lights darken, the hush of the collective room tunes into active listening, and we share our experience.
It is with enormous optimism and gratitude that we look forward to the reopening of the theatre where we can continue to explore, enrich, and engage with each other through Giving Stories Life. All three of our productions are a celebration of people on the precipice of change, who move forward with courage and joy — a theme which seems appropriate given the last couple of years — and as we all look to the future.
Please know that as our subscribers, our extended family, we value your safety, as well as that of our artists; we are practicing safety guidelines set forth by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, the State of Illinois, and the McAninch Arts Center/ College of DuPage. These guidelines will be modified based on evolving standards.
Thank you for joining us on the next steps of our anniversary and more! With great affection,
The Ensemble
Aly Renee Amidei^, Robert Jordan Bailey*, Amelia Barrett*(Associate Artistic Director), Bryan Burke* (Business Manager), Robyn Coffin, Rebecca Cox, Lisa Dawn, Nick DuFloth, Jon Gantt, Loretta Hauser, Connie Canaday Howard* (Managing Artistic Director), Christopher Kriz^, Michael W. Moon, Kurt Naebig*, Laura Leonardo Ownby, Galen G. Ramsey*, William “Sandy” Smillie, Kelli Walker and Norm Woodel. For more information about BTE, visit
BTE Board of Directors
Robert Jordan Bailey, Amelia Barrett, Connie Canaday Howard Rebecca Cox, Lisa Dawn, Ted Donner (Vice President), Richard Jarman, Elyse Kennard, Brandee Martin-Horton (President), Michael J. McCoy (Treasurer), Laura Leonardo Ownby, Sandra Sansone Brennan, Colleen Trinko (Secretary), Kathy Wessel and Richard Wilders. Legal Counsel: Gerry Cassioppi
Members Emeriti: Robert Cappetta, Peggy Connolly, Ida Hagman, Diane Hicks, Joan Morrissey, Kurt Naebig, Carolyn Oesterle, John K. Rutledge, Kelli Walker, Bonnie Wheaton, Norm Woodel, Mary Ann Zlotow
Stage Manager
Sarah West*
Assistant Stage Manager
Anthony Urso
Student Assistant Stage Manager
Christopher Yee◊
Technical Director 
Michael W. Moon+
Scene Shop Manager
Sabrina Zeidler
Scenic and Lighting Technicians
Mary Ahlert, Dillon Connolly, Kevin Hannigan, Ben Johnson, Elias Morales, Anthony Rosalia, Kris Trapani, Christopher Yee, Zak Zubka
Light Board Operator
Nathan Sojka
Costume Shop Manager
Kimberly G. Morris
Assistant Costume Shop Manager
Gretchen Woodley
Costume Shop Assistants 
Rowan Brando, Eleanor Evans, Dale Perry, Christopher Yee◊
Wardrobe Assistant
Christopher Yee◊
College Theater Student Aides
 Elmeka Elme, Kailey Nelson#
COVID Safety Managers
Amelia Barrett*+, Connie Canaday Howard*+, Gina Robetelli, Anthony Urso


+ Member of Buffalo Theatre Ensemble
* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers
^  Member of United Scenic Artists, Local 829
  BTE Stage Management Scholarship Recipient
# 2021 John Belushi/Second City Theater Scholarship recipient
The McAninch Arts Center season celebrates the memory of Joan Frank for a lifetime of service, thanks to the support of family and friends.

BTE’s mantra is “Giving Stories Life.” And Stove Toucher is such a wonderful story with which to continue BTE’s journey with you, our audience.

I’ve known Kurt for over thirty years, but, when I watched a staged reading of this show in progress, in March 2020, just before we went dark because of the pandemic, the experience was filled with laughter, surprise and such great honesty and compassion.

Throughout this season, BTE’s 35th Anniversary, we are focused on presenting stories that are very sincere, sometimes funny and sometimes moving. All three productions this season are heartwarming, and about people on the brink of great change, which seems particularly appropriate given the state of our world, for all of us.

We hope you enjoy Stove Toucher! We’ve missed you; it is wonderful to be in this shared space of theatre, again, with all of you.



Buffalo Theatre Ensemble is partially supported and funded by generous grants from The DuPage Foundation, Benevity, Choose DuPage, the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant Program, The Norm Woodel Inspiration Fund, The Illinois Arts Council, and a gift from Dr. Thomas R. Scott and the late Shirley Klein Scott of Glen Ellyn through the College of DuPage Foundation and the generous support of the College of DuPage Trustees.



Kurt Naebig*+

Kurt Naebig has worked professionally in theater, film, television and radio for more than 30 years, and has been teaching and coaching actors since 1992. A Juilliard graduate, he has also studied at the Moscow School of the Arts in Russia. Naebig is the former Artistic Director of The Theatre of Western Springs. Acting credits include Buffalo Theatre Ensemble, Portland Stage, Milwaukee's Pabst Theatre, National Jewish Theater, Steppenwolf Theatre and Chicago Shakespeare Theatre. He also appeared in such films as Public Enemies, The Express, Witless Protection, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, The Relic, Dillinger, Howard Beach: Making the Case for Murder and has been in seen in the television shows Fargo, A League of Their Own, Empire, APB, Sense8, Chicago Code, Detroit 1-8-7 and multiple episodes of Chicago PD, Chicago Fire, ER and Prison Break. Naebig recently directed another season of VC – The Webseries. His BTE directing credits include Defiance, The 39 Steps, Don't Dress For Dinner, The Drawer Boy, Trumbo: Red White and Blacklisted and Leading Ladies. Naebig will also be directing BTE’s upcoming production of Mat Smart’s Naperville (Jan. 27 – Feb. 27, 2022). Visit for more info and how to book this show at your venue.

Daniel Vaughan Manasia

Is thrilled to be returning to Buffalo Theatre Ensemble as the understudy in Stove Toucher. He previously worked with BTE as the understudy for Holmes 2 in Holmes and Watson. Previous stage appearances include Dex in Pride Film and Arts’ Dex and Abby (Jeff Recommended), Marvin in Possibility Theatre's Let's Fight Seasonal Affective Disorder Together Spectacular (Zoom), Rulon Stacey/Stephan Mead Johnson in AlphaNYC's The Laramie Project (Zoom), as well as several short productions and festivals throughout Chicago. His TV/Film credits include Louis on Chicago Fire and Paul in Otherwise a Woman. Manasia has been fortunate to train with some of Chicago's finest teachers and coaches at Acting Studio Chicago, Vagabond, The Forge, iO Improv and Theatre Momentum.

Connie Canady Howard*+
Director/BTE Managing Artistic Director

Connie Canaday Howard has directed numerous BTE productions including Good People, Time Stands Still, Noises Off, Into the Woods, Dancing at Lughnasa, The Mystery of Irma Vep, Rabbit Hole and Frankie and Johnny in the Claire de Lune. Favorite BTE acting roles have been Della in The Cake, Annie in The Real Thing, Harper in Angels in America, Nancy in Frozen and Ruella in Communicating Doors. 

Canaday Howard is a member of Actors’ Equity, and is on the Artistic Team of the Jeff Committee. She holds an MFA in directing, and has worked regionally with Three Rivers Shakespeare Festival, City Theatre Company, Belvoir Terrace, Drama Workshop, Down River Dinner Theatre, Ingersoll Theatre, Charlie’s Showplace, and tours of both theater and dance, as well as helping to create and perform several improvisational shows. She was the state-wide co-chair of the Theatre Panel for Illinois Articulation Initiative for more than 15 years. Canaday Howard is Chair of the Theatre Department at the College of DuPage and was honored as COD’s Outstanding Faculty for 2003–2004.

Christopher Kriz+^
Original Music and Sound Design

Christopher Kriz is an award winning composer and sound designer based in Chicago. Recent BTE designs include The Cake, Holmes and Watson, Defiance, and Outside Mullingar. Chicago credits: Goodman Theatre, Steppenwolf, Chicago Shakespeare, Court Theatre, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Writers Theatre, Remy Bumppo, Victory Gardens, Timeline, First Folio, Shattered Globe, The Gift Theatre, American Blues, and many others. Regional credits: Seattle Repertory, Kansas City Repertory, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Indiana Repertory, Montana Shakespeare, Theatre Squared, and many summer seasons at Peninsula Players. A winner of five Joseph Jefferson Awards with a total of 22 nominations, Kriz is a proud member of United Scenic Artists 829. To hear more of his work, please visit

Rachel Levy^
Lighting Design

Rachel Levy is excited to be working with Buffalo Theatre Ensemble again! Her credits include: Defiance (BTE), Million Dollar Quartet (GLCA), Tiny Beautiful Things (Victory Gardens), Art On The Mart (The Merchandise Mart Facade), The Gulf, The Secretaries (About Face Theatre), A Shayna Maidel, Disappearing Number (Timeline Theatre), Were Going To Be Okay, Welcome To Jesus, T., Picnic, Kill Floor (American Theatre Company), 3C, Accidentally, Like A Martyr (A Red Orchid Theatre), House of Blues New Orleans (Resident Lighting Designer, NOLA), Wallenda Tightrope Live (Lighting Director), and So You Think You Can Dance Seasons 7-10 (Lighting Director, LA).  Levy has also received two Primetime Emmy Award Certificates for Best Lighting for a Variety, Music, or Comedy Show (SYTYCD 2011, 2012), a National IES Award (Merchandise Mart Facade), and an Equity Jeff Nomination for Welcome to Jesus and The Gulf.

Smooch Medina
Projections Design

Smooch Medina is thrilled to be working with Buffalo Theatre Ensemble for the first time on Stove Toucher. Medina is a Chicago area designer whose other show credits include projection design for Sheep Dog (Shattered Globe), Watsons Go to Birmingham (Chicago Children Theatre), Alice in Wonderland (Governors State University), A Swell in the Ground, Pilgrims, and A Life Extra Ordinary (The Gift Theatre), Women in Jeopardy and Silent Sky (First Folio), Saturn Returns (Neo-Futurists), Estrella Cruz: The Junkyard Queen (Halcyon Theatre), The White Road - Jeff Nominated (Irish Theatre of Chicago), Tightwire (Chicago Tap Theatre), and lighting design for A Little World of Our Own (Irish Theatre of Chicago), Nutcracker (Legere Ballet Company), The Feast (Red Theatre Company). Smooch holds a BFA in Lighting Design from Columbia College Chicago and you can see his other work by visiting

Michael W. Moon+
Scenic and Properties Design/Technical Director

This is Moon’s 28th season with BTE. He has enjoyed the chance to work with first class members of the theatrical community and the opportunity to use his talents to enhance a myriad of productions. He would like to thank all the designers and crew who have poured themselves into each BTE presentation. He would like to thank the ensemble for their gifts of themselves showing through each character. He would like to thank the driving force of Connie and Amelia who have steered the ship. Mostly he would like to thank the patrons of BTE; your commitment to this art form gives us the love to continue. Thank you one and all.


Sarah West*
Stage Manager

Sarah West is pleased to be working with the Buffalo Theatre Ensemble. She is an Artistic Associate at First Folio Theatre, where credits include Mary's Wedding, Women in Jeopardy, As You Like It, Silent Sky, Captain Blood, Dr. Seward’s Dracula, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Amish Project, Jeeves at Sea, The Madness of Edgar Allan Poe, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, The Gravedigger, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Salvage, Rough Crossing, The Rainmaker, Unnecessary Farce, Searching for Peabody’s Tomb and Macbeth. Other credits include Oak Park Festival Theatre (Edgar Allan Poe: A Love Story 2019 and 2021), United Solo at Stage 773 (Tall Boy), Mercury Theatre (Mary Poppins), Babes with Blades (Women of 4G), and Capital City Theatre (25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee). She is a proud graduate of North Central College.

Anthony Urso
Assistant Stage Manager/COVID Safety Manager

Anthony Urso is thrilled to be working with Buffalo Theatre Ensemble again after his prior experiences as ASM with BTE. Having Understudied for previous BTE shows, Improbable Fiction (Male Understudy) and The Ding Dong or How the French Kiss (Understudy Actor #2), he is ecstatic for this opportunity to get backstage and to continue working with this talented and hardworking group of artists. Urso is a Chicago Theatre artist who has directed at The Second City (Yes And Ish and Killing Scrooge) and was featured in Semi Charmed: A 90s Love Story (Ensemble) also at The Second City and with Gorilla Tango Theatre in their new author series production of ...Because I Love You (Mike/Logan). Urso is a former College of DuPage student and an Illinois State University graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Studies with a concentration in Theatre Management. 

Christopher Yee◊
Student Assistant Stage Manager

Christopher Yee is excited to be working with BTE as a Student ASM again. Previously he has worked with BTE as an ASM on Holmes and Watson and as a shadow on Miracle on South Division Street. Favorite credits include acting as Vincent in The Living and as The Porter in Macbeth both in College of DuPage’s theater program.




+ Member of Buffalo Theatre Ensemble

* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers

^  Member of United Scenic Artists, Local 829

  BTE Stage Management Scholarship Recipient



Buffalo Theatre Ensemble (“BTE”) is a 501(c)(3) not for profit, professional theatre company in residence at the McAninch Arts Center (“MAC”) on the campus of College of DuPage.
Ticket revenues only cover a portion of Buffalo Theatre Ensemble’s operating expenses. The rest must be raised through contributions, the majority of which comes in the form of gifts from individuals like you.
It’s because of our close circle of friends that BTE is able to return and explore new ideas and provocative issues through the production of professional, high quality theater for the enjoyment of its audiences.
The resident ensemble brings professional theater to DuPage County and at the same time enhances the training of students in Theater at College of DuPage, providing opportunities for students to develop their talents alongside working theater artists.
We invite you to become a part of this family of supporters by joining the Friends of Buffalo Theatre Ensemble. Make checks payable to Buffalo Theatre Ensemble [BTE, PO Box 2608, Glen Ellyn, IL 60138] or donate through PayPal or go to and select donate.
With a financial commitment of $500 or more, donors help bring our stories to life by “sponsoring” an Ensemble member for the season. Sponsorship includes:
▪ Recognition in show program for entire season
▪ Two additional complimentary tickets to the show of donor’s choice
▪ One-on-one visit with “your artist” (at a mutually agreed upon location such as the theatre, a coffee shop, or via Zoom)
Rising Star.............up to $249                     Dream Maker......$1000-$2999 
Director’s Circle…..$250-$499                    Benefactor.....................$3000+
Buffalo Theatre Ensemble is a designated 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
Your donation may be tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.


For 35 years, Buffalo Theatre Ensemble (BTE) played a major role in the cultural community of College of DuPage and the surrounding area, through the marriage of committed permanent ensemble members, fine Chicagoland artists, and great theatrical works. We gratefully acknowledge the donors who have made it possible to return for our 35th season.

This list of donors reflects contributions made from July 2017 through September 2021. While we carefully prepared this listing, we recognize that errors may occur. Please accept our apology if you are not properly represented on this list and contact BTE at so we may correct our records.

Benefactor ($3000 and above)
Katherine Balek
Connie Canaday Howard
DuPage Foundation
Jean Hawkinson
Network for Good
Carolyn & Eric Oesterle
John K. & Betty Rutledge
Thomas Scott
Scott Vessely
Donald Westlake
Norman Woodel
Dream Maker ($1000–$2999)
Robert Bailey
Amelia Barrett
Michael Boyna
Sharon Brockmeier
Peggy Connolly
Kathleen Drennan
riends through Facebook
Phil GelberIda Hagman
George and Mary Hall
Art Hirsch
Jessica Lippman
Maggie & Mike McCoy
Mrs. Joseph Morrissey
Karen Owen
William Raymond
Sandra Sansone Brennan
Nathan Schuette
Maureen and Terrence Taylor
Kelli Walker 
Kathy Wessel
Robert Wunderlich
Imaginer ($500–$999)
Brian Allendorfer
Mary Bacci & Renato
  Bacci Jr.
Deborah Borge
Mary Sue Brown
Charles Buege
Robert and Nancy Casey
Dr. James & Judy Dunlap
Donald and Catherine Fischer
Kenneth and Debra Fulks
Glen Ellyn Chamber of Commerce
Jon & Ruth Good
Charles & Phyllis Goodman
Elizabeth, Brooke & Ayden Harrington
Bob & Sue Hartman
Richard Jarman
Cynthia Ann & Andrew Johnson
Charlene Kornoski-Duvall
Richard & Mary Kuhn
Robert & Jean Lindsey
Harold & Karyl McAninich
Kathleen McCullough
John & Rita Meier
William Podgorski
Tom & Karen Pulver
Merrill & Janet Rajeck
Randy Johnson & Lisa Savegnago
Shanker Valleau Wealth Advisors
Kristin & Peter Shulman
James & Linda Smedinghoff
Haruo Kurokawa and Hal Temple
Marcy and David Uphoff
Bonnie Wheaton
Mary Ann & Walt Zlotow
Director’s Circle ($250–$499)
Bob and Betty Becker
John E. & Suzanne R. Buntrock
Marcia & Arthur Burke
Robert Cappetta
Dr. and Mrs. Brian W. Caputo
Chipotle Community Roots
Lisa Crank
James and Marie Drasal
Robin Dye
Fran Kravitz and Daniel Edelman
Rebekah & Rodney Harris
Loretta Hauser
Nancy Headen
John & Emily Herndon
Dennis Johnson
Barbara Kamm
Linda Kulikowski
Larry Larson
Michael McKeon
Colleen & Dale Moir
Michael J. and Melissa F. Nachman
Gwen O'Loughlin
Jean R. and Joanne Oliphant
Linda Osanka
Jim & Lorraine Paulissen
Edward & Bernadine Pillar
Pamela Pipkin
Alfred & Lorraine Schuller
William Smillie
Arnold R. & Susan M. Stenvog
Gloria P. & Kennan Sullivan
Nancy Svoboda
Linda & Barry Tusin
Larry Ward
Rich & Kathy Wilders
Jo Anne Zipperer
Rising Star (up to $249)
Angela Abramite
Anne Ahlert
Mary Ahlert
Michael Aikins
Shamili Ajgaonkar
Joyce Albi
Peggy Aldworth
Dave Amato
Barbara and Lowell Anderson
Ron & Judith Anderson
Kathleen Andrade
Christine Aument
Shannon Bachelder
Danny Bauer
Daniel Barnett
Joy Barrell
Dianne Batzkall
Carol & Johann Bayer
Mark Begovich
Susan Bell
Kenneth & Annabel Bergman
Blackbaud Giving Fund
James Boves
Jo Brady-Papp
Julie Breen
Martha & Ray Bright
Edward Burton 
Nancy Burke 
Patrick and Joanne Callahan
Margaret Canon
Maura Canzano
Benjamin Caracello
Mary Jane Chapman
Toni Chapman
Michael Church
Ray & Melissa Cliff
Robyn Coffin
Allison Cohen
Patrice Conaway
Michael Cornelia
Shiela Cosco
Winifred Creamer
Kat Creedon
Aaron Curran
Lisa Dawn Curran
John and Pamela Dalby
Jeanne Davik
Doreen Dawson-Kubiak
Rhea Dawson
Judith Decker
Shirley A. Decorte
Patrick Deering
Edie Defast
Rachel and Paul Dieterle
Julia DiLiberti
Gary Dobson
Glenn Domovic
Ted Donner
Sally & William Fairbank
J.V. Figueredo
Angela and James Frank
Barbara Fried
Bonnie L. and Jeffrey L. Gahris
Jon Gantt
John Garceau
Chris Gerrib
Fran Gilles
Peter Glassman
Dawn Goldhirsh
John & Lisa Gorak
Kathleen Graffam
Kate Zoe Graham
Steve Griegoliet
Edward M & Cindy L Hegarty
James and Gail Hannon
Gary Harper
Susan Harris Mitchell
Paul & Floy Haschke
Carrie Hayden Cerri
James & Ann Helt
Mark Hendrickson
Diane Hicks
Michelle Ho
Ron & Valerie Hollaender
Ralph & Dolores Holmen
Rex Howard
Carla Inwood
Phyllis Janik
Jan T. Johansson
Cassandra Johnson
Dennis Johnson
Matt Johnson
Bernard Jokiel
Charles & Margaret Jonah
Kathryn Johansson
Benn Joseph
Molly Junokas
Kenneth Kaden
Darlene Kaempen
Diane Kaercher
Jill Kainu
Susan Kerby
Katelyn Kirby
Sue Kirby Curtain
Stephanie Kissam
Debra Koster
Karin Kramer
John L. Ladle
Eileen Landau
Brad Lawrence
Ida Lee
Paul & Eileen Lefort
Virginia Lennon
Susan Levy-Creed
Esther Loth
Geoffrey Myers
Brandee Martin-Horton
Diana Martinez
Jerry Marzullo
John Mategrano
David and Carolyn May
Kathy McCutcheon
Meg McGarry
Ellen McGowan
Jacqueline McGrath
Maren McKellin
Steven Merkel
Daniel Millhouse
Christine Monnier
Thomas Montgomery Fate
Jennifer Myers
Frank Mraz
Kurt Naebig
Donald & Mary Ellen Newsom
Natalie Nimerala
John L. Norton
Kevin O'Brien
Kelly O'Hanlon
Jane Oldfield
Lorayn Olson
Betty O'Neill
Kenneth Orenic
Jeff Ownby
Dean & Lisa Payton
Debbie Penwarden-Roberts
Mark Pfefferman
Michael Pesola
Judy Pitts
Sarah & Roger Poeppel
Cynthia & Thomas Power
Kathryn Purdy
Erin Ransford
Mary Rash
Sharon Reed
Mary Ellen Reedy
David Reimer
Jen Riddle
Gail Robinson
Barbara Roos
Marlene & Robert Rosecrans
Tina Rudins
Barb & Doug Rundell
Kathy Schleicher
Kathleen Schneider
Susan Schurmeier
Tara Schram
Elizabeth Schwan-Rosenwald
Patricia & Richard Schwarze
Steve Scott
Paul Seidlitz
Carol Shaffer
Tina Shelley
Delores Sieja
Susan Simek
Michael Sitrek
Maureen and George Slater
Andrew Spence
Patricia Spence
Jean Spitzer
Donald Stading
Rick Stack
James Stover
Louis & Marilyn Steenwyk
Lorraine Subra
Barbara & Thomas Suhrbur
Guy Sullivan
Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Taylor
Jean Tello
George Tenne
Cathy Tomasiewicz
Mary Trecek
James Treusdale
Holly Trueblood
Joseph & Mary Beth Turek
Amy Turner
Antony Urso
Margaret Urso
Gale Vance
Miriam Van Wassenhove
John Vinopal
Roy & Janice Wahnert
Vince & Gloria Walsh-Rock
Dianne Wawrzyniak
James Weichel
Mary Wiesen
Bobbi & John Wheatley
Tammy White
Christopher Williams
Elissa Wolf
Business Partners
Alpha Graphics of Wheaton
DuPage Convention and Visitors Bureau
Elements Massage, Wheaton
First Folio Theatre
Glen Ellyn Chamber of Commerce
Glen Ellyn Historical Society
Houlihan’s, Wheaton
Ivy Restaurant
Kids Science Labs, Wheaton
Lady Gregory’s Irish Pub, Chicago
Parker’s Restaurant and Bar
Octavio Cantina & Kitchen, Chicago
Orange Theory Fitness, Baker Hill Plaza, Glen Ellyn
Outback Steakhouse, Downers Grove
Santa Fe Restaurant of Glen Ellyn
Silver Foxes Travel
Wheaton Chamber of Commerce
Wilde Bar & Restaurant, Chicago
Brandee Martin-Horton (President), Ed Donner (Vice Presdident), Colleen Trinko (Secretary), Michael J. McCoy (Treasurer), Robert Jordan Bailey, Amelia Barrett, Connie Canaday Howard Rebecca Cox, Lisa Dawn, Richard Jarman, Elyse Kennard, Laura Leonardo Ownby, Sandra Sansone Brennan, Kathy Wessel and Richard Wilders
Legal Counsel: Gerry Cassioppi
Members Emeriti: Robert Cappetta, Peggy Connolly, Ida Hagman, Diane Hicks, Joan Morrissey, Kurt Naebig, Carolyn Oesterle, John K. Rutledge, Kelli Walker, Bonnie Wheaton, Norm Woodel, Mary Ann Zlotow
Mary Ahlert
Shannon Bachelder
Michael Bellino
Brandon Michael Bunn
Caroline Broderick
Benjamin Cardinal
Cassie Collins
Jack Columbo
Anita Constabile
Nathan Cozzi
Jacqueline Davis
Nathan Thomas Dittemore
Elmeka Elme
Brendan Flaherty
Trevor Frueh
Ed Garzaro
Ryan Gentile
Julie Good
Kyle Krisch
Dimitris Michelis
Rachel Koshie Mills
Renata Naomi
Kailey Nelson
Ethan Oakley
Auguste Pilelyte
Ryan Sinclair
Gina Robertelli
Riley Skalski
Austin Slott
Rachel Strolle
Tess Sundstrom
Rebekah Szilagyi
Aaron Taylor
Brandon Torres
Stephanie Turner
Marissa Warner
Brendan Matthew Weaver
Tenleigh Wells
Patrick Wood
Owen Woodard
Caitlyn Woods
Peggy Aldworth
Quinn Bayola
Debbie Borge
Bill Bulger 
Benjamin Caracello
Gayatri Choudhary
Peggy Connolly
Christopher Corrigan
Julia DiLiberti
Andrea Ficarelli
The Late Joan Frank
Ken Frank
Rex Howard
Paul LeFort
Brett Mathieson
Maggie McCoy
Mike McCoy
Caroline McGowan
Isola Metz
Barb Murphy
Elaine Patrick
Tony Payne
Pam Pipkin
Lynda Pratscher
Erin Lynn Ransford
Erica Sandvig
Debbye Simpson
Nancy Svoboda
Donald Westlake
Mary Ann Zlotow


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