American Psychological Foundation

The APF Board of Trustees and staff thanks the generous individuals who contributed to the foundation in honor or in memory of individuals and institutions that have had a special personal or professional impact on their lives:

IN HONOR...Feb. 1, 2006-July 31, 2006

APA Office of Publications and Databases
"In honor of Pat Miyamoto"

Dr. Cynthia G. Baum
"In honor of Dr. Paul Nelson"

Dr. Charles L. and Mrs. Marjorie Suhs Brewer
"In honor of Sharon S. Brehm, PhD"

Dr. Alan E. Brooker
"In honor of Dr. Joseph D. Matarazzo"

Dorothy W. Cantor, PsyD
"In honor of Joan Mintz's Big Birthday"

Paula and William Cantor
"In honor of Dr. Dorothy Cantor"

Dr. Henry P. and Mrs. Tema David
"In honor of David Newman"

Mr. Paul P. Dureka
"In honor of Dr. David F. Duncan"

Paula and Mike Kramer
"In honor of Dr. David Bendor's graduation"

Dr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Lipsitt
"In honor of Peter Merenda, PhD"

Dr. Lewis M. Long
"In honor of Jerome Bruner for daring and creativity"

Mrs. Elizabeth H. Merck
"In honor of Mary K. Eagar"; "In honor of Jennifer Lynne Riley"

Doris K. Miller, PhD
"In honor of William Bevan, PhD"

Harold R. Musiker, PhD
"In honor of Lewis Lipsitt"

Dr. Alice Pope
"In honor of Gladys Croom"; "In honor of Beverly Greene"

Dr. John D. Robinson
"In honor of Dr. Edwin J. Nichols"

Dr. Ronald Rozensky
"In honor of the faculty, students, interns, post docs and staff of the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology at the University of Florida"

Ms. Melanie J. Taormina
"In honor of Dr. Elizabeth Skibinski Bortman"

Alan D. & Judith Tobin Charitable Foundation
"In honor of Mr. Jerry Golden"

Feb. 1, 2006-July 31, 2006

Dr. Norman and Mrs. Jeanette Abeles
"In memory of Nellie Frye, mother of Linda F. Campbell, PhD"

Dr. Rosemary Adam-Terem
"In memory of Dr. Jack Annon"

Dr. Jeffrey E. Barnett
"In memory of Nellie Frye, mother of Linda F. Campbell"

Anne E. Bowes, PhD
"In memory of Michael Gladis, PhD"

Dorothy W. Cantor, PsyD
"In memory of Rodney Hammond's mother"; "In memory of Ellie Metsky, beloved wife of Dr. Marvin Metsky"

Dr. Elana U. Cohen
"In memory of Rabbi Robert Ungar"

Dr. Frances M. Culbertson
"In memory of Dr. John Culbertson"

Dr. Henry P. and Mrs. Tema David
"In memory of Estefania Aldaba-Lim"

Dr. Irene M. Deitch
"In memory of Nellie Frye, mother of Dr. Linda Campbell"

Professor Arthur A. Dole
"In memory of Dr. Horace Champney"

Dr. Rosalind Dorlen
"In memory of Dr. Marvin Metsky's wife, Ellie"

Lisa Grossman, JD, PhD
"In memory of Dr. Michael Pressley"

Dr. Marvin Hersko
"In memory of Barbara Ann Hersko"

Pamela S. Hinds, PhD
"In memory of Raymond K. Mulhern, PhD"

Dr. Olivia J. Hooker
"In memory of Naomi Hooker Chamberlain"

Dr. Norine G. Johnson
"In memory of Linda F. Campbell's mother, Nellie Frye";"In memory of Marie Collins Goode"

Dr. Florence Kaslow
"In memory of Theodore Herzl Blau for his many contributions to the American Psychological Association"

Mrs. Jean Cole Kelleher
"In memory of Eva Vega"

Dr. Marvin Leibowitz
"In memory of Sam and Frances Leibowitz"

Dr. Lewis M. Long
"In memory of Gordon Allport for patience and scholarship"

Drs. Ruth G. and Joseph D. Matarazzo
"In memory of George Albee, PhD";"In memory of John J. Conger, PhD";"In memory of Dr. Pino Fumai"

Dr. Peter Francis Merenda
"In memory of Dottore Giuseppe (Pino) Fumai"; "In memory of Ellis Page, EdD"

Ms. Leslie D. Musick
"In memory of Raymond K. Mulhern, PhD"

Paul D. Nelson, PhD
"In memory of Nadine Lambert"; "In memory of Ivan Mensh"; "In memory of Walter Wilkins"

Drs. Robert and Evelyn Perloff
"In continuously sorrowful memory of George Albee, the Isaac Newton/Charles Dickens/Robert Frost of scientific and professional psychology, as well as a primus inter pares humanitarian and endlessly buzzing gadfly discomforting the shamefully and fecklessly status quo elements in APA, not to mention his dogged quest for the authentic causes and correlates of mental illness and social injustice. George Albee, among the nonpareil movers and shakers of 20th Century psychology and indeed of all behavioral science, is now gone but will never be forgotten, never, never, never. Young psychologists in the world arise and continue the good and the noble fight George Albee triggered in the interest of bettering all our lives"; "In the annals of psychology, both here and abroad, but a tiny handful of psychologists will be remembered enduringly for their contributions and devotion to psychology as well as to the public good: Douglas W. Bray is among these honored and iconic psychologists"; "In anguished memory of John Janeway Conger: Whatever John Conger did, touched, or even casually brushed up against was consecrated with excellence, compassion and durability"

Div. 42 (Psychologists in Independent Practice)
"In memory of Nellie Frye, mother of Linda F. Campbell"

Dr. Stephen W. Randolph
"In memory of Dr. Norman Roberts"

Dr. Mary E. Reuder
"In memory of Dr. Marvin A. Iverson"

Dr. Judy F. Rosenblith
"In memory of Pat Sears"

Dr. Daniel and Mrs. Grace Rothstein
"In memory of Dr. Michael Paul Rothstein"

Donald K. Routh, PhD
"In memory of George Albee, PhD";"In memory of Allan Barclay";"In memory of Gilbert Gottlieb";"In memory of John Money";"In memory of Raymond K. Mulhern, PhD"

Dr. Herbert W. Samenfeld
"In memory of William P. Angers"

Dr. Rainer Silbereisen
"In memory of Hermann and Melitta Silbereisen"

Mrs. Carole L. Thorsell
"In memory of Bernard Alan Thorsell, PhD"

Dr. Lawrence S. Wrightsman Jr.
"In memory of C. Richard Snyder"

Dr. Abraham W. Wolf
"In memory of Nellie Frye, mother of Linda F. Campbell"

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