2022 Donations&Memorials

Published in The Fringed Gentian™

Memorials Received
January 2022 - onwards

for George Anderson from Steve Benson
for Rob Dewey from Sarah Dewey
for Steve Hanson from Steve Benson
for Karol Gresser from Pam Weiner
for Helen F. King from Susan Kornhaber
for Barbara Larsen McIntrye from Julie Larsen
for Mary McKill from Mark Huber
for Mervyn Palmer from Cassandra Gilgenbach, Katherine Hanson, Diana Lengfeld, Paula Monson, Darlene Palmer, Shelly Olausen, Melinda Winegardner. for Lynn Pirner from Joan Haldeman
for Natalie Titrington Quinn from John & Carol Quinn.



for Carolyn Brunelle from Christopher Brunelle
for Ann Lebens from Mary Abbott
for Anna Luckow from Karen Wass
for Connie Smith Birthday from Wendy Hughes and Ann Marie Bailey

Donations Received in support of our programs
January 2022 - onwards

Bob Ambler
Janet K. Anderson
Michael & Romy Anderson
Cindy Angerhofer
Elizabeth Anderson
Emily Anderson
John Baker
David Bjork
Deborah Boehm
Alan Branhagen
Gerald Brownrigg
Alan Claycomb
Kathleen Connelly
Stewart Corn
Ellen Ferrari
Meg Forney

Gail Fox
Drew Hamre
Dan & Vi La Belle
Susan Makela
Sylvia McCollor
Daniel Monson-Bergum
Mendon Schutt Family Fund
Edith Miller
Ruth Miller
Susan and Douglas Nevin
John & Carol Quinn
Courtney Salvey
Joan Thompson
Susan Warde
Carolyn Sampson
Paul West

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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Grow Your Legacy:

Remember the Garden in Your Estate Plan

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!