2011 Honor Roll of Donors

President's Circle: Corporations and Foundations



William Ross Society
Annual donors of $10,000 and above
President Ross (1948-1964) saw the need for additional housing and land to respond both to the influx of returning World War II veterans and the baby boom that followed. He set in motion the expansion of what would become Colorado State College during his tenure.

Adolph Coors Foundation  NCMC, Inc. 
American Chemical Society  Noble Energy, Inc. 
Banner Health System  North Colorado Medical Center Foundation 
Boettcher Foundation  Pathfinder Fund 
Bonfils-Stanton Foundation  Pinnacol Assurance 
Colorado Health Foundation  Poudre Valley Health Care, Inc. 
Colorado Lending Source  Professional Finance Company, Inc. 
Daniels Fund  Ronda E. Stryker & William D. Johnston Foundation 
Deloitte Foundation  State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company 
Denver Metro Chamber Foundation  The Colorado Trust Directed Contributions Fund 
ECA Foundation  The Don & JoAnn Mueller Fund-Lutheran Community Foundation 
Ehrhardt Keefe Steiner & Hottman PC  The Harry Trueblood Foundation 
First National Bank  The Mikkelson Foundation 
Helen K. and Arthur E. Johnson Foundation  The Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc. 
Hensel Phelps Construction Company  The Reisher Family 
Hope's Enduring Flame Foundation  The San Francisco Foundation 
Jeanette Parker Tremmel Estate  The Tointon Family Foundation 
Jo-Ellen M. Thornton Memorial at Fidelity Charitable  The William and Enid Hairston Scholarship Trust 
Kehe Food Distributors, Inc.  Triple Crown Sports Inc 
MacAllister Foundation  University of Colorado Foundation, Inc. 
Mile High United Way  Walker Tournament 
Mineral Resources, Inc.  Walter S. Rosenberry III Charitable Trust 
Monfort Family Foundation  Weld County School District 6 
National Western Scholarship Trust  Xcel Energy Foundation 

 

John Crabbe Society
Annual donors of $5,000 to $9,999
John Grant Crabbe (1916-1924) broadened the curriculum to reflect his belief in the importance of a liberal arts foundation. He was an ardent proponent of student participation and organized the first student government, creating a student voice in campus affairs.

Adamson Funeral  & Cremation Services  Guaranty Bank & Trust 
Advantage Bank  Kinder Morgan Foundation 
Agrium U.S. Inc.  Macquarie Group Foundation Limited 
Cache Bank & Trust  Newmont Mining Corporation 
Chesapeake Energy Corporation Schlessman Foundation, Inc. 
City of Evans  The Schramm Foundation 
City of Fort Lupton  Three Peaks Capital Management, LLC 
Colorado Community Bank  Town of Windsor 
El Pomar Foundation  Underwood Family Partners 
Flood & Peterson Insurance, Inc.  Walsh Family Foundation 
FSY Partnership  Weld County Garage 
Giving Generations Foundation  Wells Fargo Bank West, N.A. 

 

Zachariah Snyder Society
Annual donors of $2,500 to $4,999
A national leader in teacher education, Dr. Snyder (1891-1915) was a true innovator. His leadership put the institution in the forefront of the nation's teacher colleges, leading to bachelor's and master's degree programs and the name change to Colorado State Teachers College.

Aorn Greeley Garden Tour  Leroux Family Memorial Education Trust 
Bank of Colorado  Logan County Economic Devlopmnet Corp. 
Bank of the West  Paul S. Bomberger Jr. Foundations Inc. 
Better Business Bureau  Poudre Valley REA, Inc 
Boomerang Golf Links  Richter Orthodontics 
City of Burlington  Scottish Rite Foundation of Colorado 
Coutts & Clark Western Foundation, Inc.  Seagate Technology 
Delta Dental  Sears Real Estate, Inc. 
Denver Lyric Opera Guild  The Cooper Clark Foundation 
Drew Financial, LLC  The Denver Foundation 
FirstBank Holding Company  The Presser Foundation 
Frank & Gloria Walsh Science Foundation  Thompson School District No. R2-J 
Greeley Country Club 

 

Thomas Gray Society
Annual donors of $1,000 to $2,499
Thomas Gray (1890-1891) presided over the formative first years of the Colorado State Normal School. He put together the first curriculum for the school, organized its initial faculty, purchased supplies and equipment, and welcomed the first 76 students who enrolled.

 

American Classic Piano  Mathematical Sciences Research Institute 
American Institute of Mathematics  McWhinney Foundation 
Anderson & Whitney, P.C.  Microsoft Matching Gifts Program 
Auto Trim of Denver, Inc.  Morgan Federal Bank 
AXA Foundation  Natalie G. & William H. Brenton Foundation 
Ball Aerospace Systems Division  Northeastern Junior College 
Bank of Choice  Northern Colorado Geotech 
Bauerle and Company, P.C.  Northern Feed & Bean of Lucerne, Ltd. 
BKD, LLP  OtterCares Foundation 
Bradley Consulting Group, P.C.  Phelps-Tointon, Inc. 
Buttonwood Foundation UTA  Platte Valley Medical Center 
City of Brush  RBG, Inc 
City of Greeley  RLR, LLP 
City of Sterling  Sample & Bailey CPAs, PC 
City of Yuma  Scitor Corporation 
Colorado Rockies Baseball Club  SMKG LLC 
Columbine Center Associates, LLC  Spatial Energy 
Conquest Holdings, LLC  Systems Group 
David C. Funderburk DDS, MS  The Bank of Burlington 
Denver Art Museum  The Dean Charitable Foundation 
Denver Investment Advisors, LLC  The Kimberly Doupe Fund 
Eheart Interior Solutions  The Tavern 
Evans Management Group LLLP  Thomas & Tyler, LLC 
Grand Mesa Music Publishers  Todd Family Foundation 
Great Western Bank  Town of Firestone 
Growling Bear Company, Inc.  Town of Frederick 
Honda of Greeley, Inc.  Town of Hudson 
IBM International Foundation  UNC Emeritus Faculty 
Innovative Scientific Engineering Inc.  United Power, Inc. 
Innovest Portfolio Solutions, LLC  Victory Sales, Inc. 
International Bank  Walmart 
John Elway Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Wells Ranch, LLLP 
Kit Carson County  Wheeler Management Group, Inc. 
Latitudes Ventures, LLC  William E. Sanson Fund 
Logan County Board of County Commissioners  Windsor Chamber of Commerce 
* Deceased