Some dread turning 30, while others celebrate the occasion big time. The folks at Dallas CASA are having a big old celebration for their 30-year anniversary “Dallas CASA Homecoming Reunion” this Saturday at Eddie Deen’s. This group has tirelessly been advocates for children who have suffered abuse for 30 years. Their efforts are invaluable.
Chairing the 30th anniversary campaign are Southwest Airlines’ Madeleine Johnson and Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell’s Paul Coggins. Now, if those two names sound just a tad bit familiar, it’s because they both were federal prosecutors.
Most Likely to Succeed – $10,000: The Jim and Angela Thompson Foundation
Best Personality – $5,000: Archon Group L.P., The Berg Family, Dallas Mavericks, Stanford C. and Mary Clare Finney Foundation, Sally and Forrest Hoglund, Marcia and Mark King/MMK Foundation, Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell LLP, Eleanor and Steve Penrose, Kristy Robinson/The Hoglund Foundation, Deedie and Rusty Rose, Southwest Airlines, Pam and Jeff Stegenga and Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Williamson Jr.
Most Spirited – $2,500: AT&T, Suzanne and Bert Bryan, Alyson and Scott Griffith, Vicky and Michael Gunning, Lisa and Dave Kroencke, Jeanne and Joseph Manogue, Nancy and Rex Spivey and Mersina and Phin Stubbs
Most Talented- $1,000: Debby Buchanan, Marcia Cluxton, Julie and Mike Fisher, The Gayden Family Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goodwin, Kathleen and Michael LaValle, Roblyn and Kurt Mai, Mary Kay Inc., Nancy Perot Mulford, Pat and Claude Prestidge, Mary Kay and Kenneth F. Reimer, Carol and Frank Riddick and The Mike and Mary Terry Family Foundation
Most Friendly- $500+: Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Altshuler, Colleen and John Aspinwall, Mason Brown Family Foundation Inc., Elizabeth and Michael Daane, Jill and Charles Johnson, Sarah Losinger, Shirley and William S. McIntyre Foundation, Danika and Kip Mondrygal, Carolyn and Denton Newham, Emily Parker, Cindy Pladziewicz, Kathleen and Rocky Powell, Jeff and Darrel Rice, Sara and Robby Rockey and Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Washburne