Contributors to the Joe Martin Foundation

In addition to funding provided by Mr. Joe Martin himself, the Foundation is pleased to thank those who have made contributions of their own to support craftsmanship. These are made in several ways. Some purchased the hardbound version of Joe Martin's book, the $60 price of which included a $10 donation to the Foundation. Others who have read Joe's on-line book, Making Money the Old Fashioned Way have sent in monetary contributions in thanks for the knowledge they have gained through reading it. Others simply have sent a monetary contribution to help out with our awards programs and to help Joe fund the activities of the Foundation. Although admission to our physical museum in Carlsbad, CA is free, those wishing to contribute $10 or more receive a copy of our CD with 250 photos of projects by our featured craftsmen. Still others have contributed vintage machine tools, books, plans and models for display in the Foundation's museum. To all of you we offer our thanks and the assurance that every bit of your contribution will be used in the furtherance of craftsmanship.

Tax deductible status of contributions

In May, 2003, the Joe Martin Foundation was accepted by the Internal Revenue Service as a publicly supported non-profit organization under regulation 501(c)(3). This means that any donations to the organization starting in 2003 are fully deductible from your federal income tax. If you request it, we will be glad to provide our federal tax ID number for your records. In the case of the donation of a project for the museum, you should first obtain an independent appraisal of the value of the project in order to be able to deduct the full value for your contribution. Donations can be made by credit card by contacting the foundation at (760) 727-9492 or checks can be mailed to: Joe Martin Foundation, 3190 Lionshead Avenue, Carlsbad, CA 92010.

List of contributors

Craftsmanship Masters Group (Cash donations of $500 or more)

Young C. Park

Leslie Derby, Jr.

Ron Colonna

"Friends of Craftsmanship" Contributors

For all purchasers of Joe Martin's hardbound book, Tabletop Machining ten dollars of the purchase price was set aside as a donation to the Craftsmanship Museum. As of the end of 2005, over 300 copies of the hardbound version of the book have been sold. The hardbound version is now sold out. Our thanks to all have contributed though monetary donations, items for museum display and purchase of the hardbound book.

2001

James Williams, Dan Brncic, Jim Pollan, Thomas Matukas, J.E. Dorman, Joseph Slovacek, Monte Yearley, Ultra Security, Greg Goldsmith, Bill Blackburn, Larry Heyboer, Kenneth Carpenter, William Howell, Dennis Reese, Barney M. Spratt, Jr., R.A. Williams, Otto Kopenczky, Alfred's Janitorial Service (San Mateo, CA), Morton Machinery Co., Max Wenke, Wesley Ewell, Leonardo Cabrera, Timothy Bauer, Kerin Fenster, Daniel Snyder, David Macmillan, Dennis Reese, William Howell, Atlas Machinery, Jeff Dionne, Carol Korpea, Halil Karabey, Gary Twemlow, Barney M. Spratt, Jr., R.A. Williams, John Capps

2002

Rick Schmidt, John Capps, David Lawson, Jeffrey Lehn, Roger D. Smith, Jason Uren, EICO (Mobile, AL), Tree Time (S. Deerfield, MA), James Wojcik, Daniel Nickel, Todd Schmiedeke, Lee Bishop, Leonardo Tavera, George T. Gibo, Michael Litton, Thinking Devices, Inc. (Lexington, KY), Tom Bonsett, Robert Steinbrunn, David Elliott, Bryan Hassine, Dean Wagner, John Capps, Francis Schettini, David Lawson, Arnold Sayre, Jeffrey Lehn, Roger Smith, Jason Uren, Herbert Grosslicht, Marry Hogge, Joel Dumont, Lincold Colby, James Wojcik, Dave Alexander, Cary Stewart, Jeanette Silva, Paul Kuhfeldt, Billy Tworek, Mike Polcyn, Michael Litton, Ken Hinderliter, NAMES, Young C. Park, Michael Danko, Tom Bonsett, Brian Riefsnyder, Robert  Steinbrunn, Jusdon S. Smith, Lance Paradis, Bob Doebler, Anthony Pasquale, Richard Hiester, Sr., Lea Walters, David Elliott, Theodore Clark, James Rustermier, Vincent Knight, Doug Stonestrom, William Gavin, Jesse Donaldson, American Model AVI, James Conroy, Gerald Eggleston, Arthur Rowland, Roberto Perez, George Womack, Paul Herink, Kurt Johnson, Phillip Dewitt, Marc Bertrand, Phillip Eng, Andrew Houcek, Charles Whittern, Tom Hammond

2003

Gary L. Merritt, Shahab Sanjari, Al Huff, ExcessConnect LLC, Joe Vickers, Theodore Parker, David Clark, Fred Olney, Rober W. Robel, CBD Studios, Richard Thompson, John Malec IV, Timm Archer, Michael Stoumen, james Dersiler, Gary Mort, Stephen Baker, Steve Riggs, Ray Andrew, Joseph Savukinas, Jeremy Hill, Barry Jordan, Doug Maderer, Charles Nickerson, Frank Hastings, Gary Merritt, Shahab Sanjari, Paul White, Al Huff, Timothy Dunn, Timothy Fry, John Reese, Brian maxson, Ciaran O-Dea, Lawrene Iovan, John Mann, Young C. Park, Don Shaffer, James Gray, Gary Beedle, Theodore parker, David Clark, N. Jewellery Tech, SOI Japanese School, Gerald Eggleston, William Brittain, Anji Lang, Winslow Yerxa, Roger Mashihi, David Howard, Charles Harvey, Edward Tohikian, Bill Schirado, Richard Wurdack, Jerry Allgood, Daniel Marquart, Fred Olney, Roger Fearing, Jed Brown, Gregory Adams, Richard Wurdack, Stan Kidd, Thomas Lee, Bill Diegel, Dru Dron, Ziad Hakan, Jorge Diaz, Jim Ubersetzig, Robert Wrobel, Paul Welp, Andrew Nyce, Chris Wooten, margaret nelson, Barbara Redfield, Matthew Wehling, Adrian Kole, Penny Distasio, jason Burkholder, Gerald Wingrove, The Warther Family

2004

Jerry Kenny, Chuck Pool, Leslie Derby, Brent Vanorsdale, William Pietrak, Thomas Dejesu, Jean Paul LeBlanc, Sloan Dritser, David Rosenfeld, Victor Menayan, Jim Clark, Craig Hargreaves, Torrence Cambridge, Isaac Heizer, David Orcutt, Karen Sanford, Ed Kreusser, Heiko Van Der Linden, Thomas Bulpitt, Joung-Nam Han, Mark Gegere, Tony Hodos, Erec Dubac, Robert Vendemmia, Dale Lineaweazer, Jerry Kenney, Richard Logan, Milo Strickland, Stephen Elting, David A. Dinicola, James Blacquier, Ken Brown, Terry Bryan, David Lang, Eric Barksdale, John Gosper, Chuck Pool, Todd Dolgoff, Bill Watson, Noware Data, Kenji Noon, Leisure Recreation Group, Peter Rosenthal, Sirapak Naonan, William Giffen, Condimaqsa S.A., Peter Circincione, CR Ellsbury, Brent Vanosdale, John Reynolds, Roland Sabourin, David Jeffries, William Pietrak, Richard Lao, Chuck Rice, Eric Natividad, Vernon Neff, Tom Sullivan, Douglas Beard, Intel Corp., Mark Nermeyer, GT Tech Inc., Thomas Carey

2005

Douglas Beard, Clay Nichols, Frank Waters, Weldon Aero Labs, William Guinan, Benjamin Burks, Chris Mallory, Linss Industries, Steven Quale Productions, Christophe Baribaud, Allan Grayson, Furlong Co., Gary Struble, Amelia O'neil, Bronson Silva, jason Smith, Roy Key, William Guinan, Jim Clark, Kevin Lynch, Carl Helquist, Rick Mitchell, Chris Barnett, Dan November, Robert Saluski, harry Chassie, Rich Wadlinger, Rudolph Paglione, William Betterton, John Pumphrey, Tony Goen, Donald Rapelie, Marshall Cant, Village Press, Hamid Ali, John Hickey, Bill Bowers, Michael Crowley, John Hall, Warren Greatbatch, Edward Miskiv, Andrew Ciavatta, David Mitchell, Randy Chen, Mark Lagrone, David haener, Lex Rooker, Arlon Owensby, NAMES, Clifford Rayner, Joseph Check, Technology Suppy, Seth Vandergrift, Joe Kunkler, Dr. Robert Kradjian, Larry Kohan, James Taylor, William Fisher, George Lansberry, Tre-AD Technologies, loren Gatchalder, Fred Carlson, Midwest Equipment Sales, John Griner, James Wilson, Paul Kirsipuu, Neil Hulin, Terry Potier, Otto Johansen, Dan Gay, Aubrey Barnes, Mark Treit, Bill Maxwell, Tim Terry, Corvette Shop, Model Motorcars LTD., Mark Fancher, Bruce Finstead, Rob Patti, Kenneth Brown, Dennis Newland, Greggory Wood, Nissport, Darren Constantineau, Lawrence Wroley, Andreas Axelsson, Aivars Schulz, Gareth Crookes, Brendan McNichols, Paul Arnold, Richard Karth, Tim Peirce, Mike Jordan, Joel Goldstein, Richart Sierzant, Kathryn Gibb, Phil Oles, Richard Murphy, Fred Hachmeyer, Lawrence Ashlock, John Sutherland, Andreu Servera Artigues, Phil Anderson, Cheryl Prucell, Jeffrey Tamura, Chris Long, Myron Nesland, craig Lopatin, John Johnson, Rick Reyes, James Johnson, Janus Chang, Philip Mattson, DataPro International, Peter Strausse, Phil rose, John Hutchins, Gary Eastin, Kent Buler, Heath Wind, Steve Cotton,  John Belzel, Don Lewis, James Felthauser, Jack Burnsworth, Stan Ostazeski, Paul Donovan, Kenneth Ozimek, Kim Kolakoski, Peter Jensen, Clair Roudebush, Dr. Robot Inc., Matt Etheredge, patrick Joy, Olin McDaniel, Piano 4TE, Terry Russell, Ken Cummings, Dale Granthanm Darrin Huff, Pavel Kubalak, Eric Anderson, Alex Miranda, Dan Douthart, BDF Designs, The University of Tulsa, Phillip Jobson, Susan Alvaro, Kean Werner, John Fritz, Terry Noe, Michael Stebbins, Craig Toerien, Robert Blum, Domenick Del Buco, I-Wei Huang, Roland Jonnson, Bob Decker, Jim Creager, Nicholes Cotzias, Fred Newberry, Steve Bartelli, Michael Cory, Steve Brown, Al Santilli, Synaco Inc., Leslie Derby

2006

John Wettroth, Charles Hepperle, Bill Gould, Jhon Sanford, Oliver Smith

2007

Jerry Kieffer, Roger Ronnie, Jim Clark, Paul T. Boes, Jack Ryan, Tony German, Sean Wilmet, Art Pesch, Larry Simon

2008

Jim Hayes, John E. Jones, Jerry Kieffer, Bob Seigelkoff, Mike Dunlap, Denny Bevis, Richard G. Frizzel, Paul Bundy, Jim Clark, Peter Amis, Owen Cade, Charlie Weiland, John Weiland, Steve Carro, Ed Matson, Bob and Ana MacKenzie, R. Jacobson, A.J. "Bob" Phillips, Bruce Strachen

2009

Scotty Hewitt, Chris Vellum Family, Bob Lehman, Douglas Nurse, Tom Renshaw, Phil Patterson, Gary Duckworth, The Packard Owner's Club, Mr. Smith (Machinery Sales), Mel Scott, Craig Libuse, Ed Kemzelman, Jerry Nelson, Donald Holcomb, Walter Yahn, Jerry Kieffer, Remmington Jackson, Les Cade, Richard T. Mack, Michael MolitskyGary Clare, Szymon Klimek

2010

Ray Anderson, Eugene Ethier

Tool and Museum Exhibit Contributors

Tom Hammond (1898 Rivett watchmaker's lathe, 1930's Adept lathe)

Judson S. Smith (Guilder Model Builder system)

Harry Twemlow 1930's Wade CAV lathe)

Jim Clark (Dremel lathe and Sears 6" Atlas lathe, complete collection of Model Engineer magazines from 1898 to 2002)

Barry Jordan (1/14 scale Bridgeport mill model)

Young C. Park (1/16 scale 2 Corsair and one P-51 all aluminum cutaway aircraft models)

Robert Kradjian (Cygnet milling machine by Alan Ingersoll)

William R. Smith (gold medal winning Strutt epicyclic clock)

Michael Dunlap (NASCAR "Gold Car" trophy body in progress)

Jerry Kieffer (Model Harley Davidson parts, miniature steam engine, miniature fasteners)

Scotty Hewitt (miniature steam tug boat model, "Wee Toy" Stirling engine, 5 mini steam engines, award winning CO2 powered model car)

Joe Moneita (wooden sprint car model)

Bob Mellman (miniature camera)

Peter Amis (transparent 4-cylinder Model A engine)

Roger Ronnie (miniature engraved Harley air cleaner)

Bill Gould (art prints of 3D CAD locomotive renderings)

Susan Alvaro (Rudy Kouhoupt Collection of steam engines and other projects)

Mooney Warther Family (books on Mooney Warther)

Gerald Wingrove (Books on model building)

Paul White (model jet engine)

Donald Holcomb (2 Model airplane engines)

Robert Meltzer (Model airplane engine)

Rex Geivett (5 steam engines)

Bob Mellman (spy camera, mini Colt .45)

Jose Rivera (cannon plans)

Jerry Nelson (rare Lee .051 airplane engine)

Walter Yahn (Treadle drive and watch tools, vintage engraving machine)

Jerry Kieffer (139 issues of NAWCC Bulletin magazine)

Remington Jackson (Tachometer, indicators)

Les Cade (Model Bucyrus-Erie shovel, Flame licker engine, Solar #4 Sunrunner Stirling engine, large collection of steam and gas engines)

Richard T. Mack (2 Russian model airplane engines)

Michael Molitsky (55 back issues of NAWCC Bulletin magazine)

Gary Clare (Starrett and Hamilton indicator sets for shop)

Szymon Klimek (Brass Adler steam engine in wine goblet)

Ray Anderson (Copy of The Art of The Diorama book)

Ray Ethier (Copy of 1939 Popular Science magazine)

Larry Simon (1/32 Manitowoc crane model and Sherline and other tools from his personal workshop)

Bernhardt Goettker (EDM machine and Deckle pantograph mill)

Mike Rehmus (Issues of Home Shop Machinist, Live Steam, Projects in Metal and Strictly IC magazines)

Ralph  Cooney (reproduction custom machined model of vintage Italian model airplane engine)

Michael Titone (Model ship: USS Constitution)

Szymon Klimek (Brass sculptures in wine glass: "Adler" steam locomotive and "Susi" solar powered Victorian engine)

Ronald Remsberg (numerous matchstick sculptures of famous vehicles and architectural icons)

Craig Libuse (drafting board and tools, metal flat file, maple workbench, vintage electronic and hand calculators)

 

Our thanks also to the hundreds of visitors the Craftsmanship Museum in Vista and Carlsbad, CA who have made anonymous cash donations.

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