Newhouse donors as of March 31, 2014

Tri-City HeraldJuly 17, 2014 

4th Congressional District candidate Dan Newhouse had 24 people donate the maximum $2,600 to his campaign by March 31, the Federal Election Commission’s last deadline.

They were Prosser retiree Steven C. Elerdling, Yakima fruit grower John N. Bloxum Jr., Prosser retiree Patsy J. Mercer, Faye Zimmer of Beaverton, Grandview farmer Jacob Veldhuis, Maryland business owner Alexander W. Barth, Prosser winemaker Dana Andrews, Othello farmer Jon C. Warling, Outlook dairy farmer Jake N. Deruyter, marketing business owner Allan N. Zimmer of Beaverton, Central Washington State Fair Director Gayle E. Hall of Yakima, Outlook dairy farmer Genny S. Deruyter, Grandview farmer David Wyckoff, Moxee lobbyist Steven George, Paterson farmer Nicole K. Berg, Toppenish hop farmer Steven Perrault, Grandview farmer Anna Veldhuis, Naches homemaker Nancy J. Long, Sunnyside homemaker Susan Scheenstra, Grandview farmer Jill Den Hoed, Naches business owner Gary Long, Olympia lobbyist Dan Coyne, Yakima auto dealer Robert D. Halland and Toppenish farmer Reggie Brulotte.

$2,500 — Wapato homemaker Patsy Hollingbery and farm owner Bud Hollingbery, Washtucna farmer Bret D. Blankenship and school nurse LeeAnn Blankenship.

$2,400 — Grandview farmers Jacob Veldhuis and Anna Veldhuis

$2,100 — Wenatchee winery owner Mike Wade.

$2,000 — Mabton farm and hop owners Stacey M. Puterbaugh and Diana Puterbaugh, Brewster Gebbers Farms executive Jody Gebbers, Outlook dairy farmer George Deruyter, Olympia consultant James Jessernig, Peter Crane of Brewster Crane & Crane growers, Yakima Green Acres farmer Gary J. Morford and Prosser farmer Carla A. Willard.

$1,200 — Pasco farmer Meri Tschirky.

$1,000 — Outlook Yakima Chief Ranches CEO Stephen Carpenter, Yakima WA Fruit & Produce president Rick Plath, Mabton retiree Ernest Charvet, Grandview Powell-Christensen Inc. CFO Annette H. Christensen, Yakima hop grower Tom Gasseling of Gasseling & Sons, Zillah retiree Sid Morrison, Selah Matson Fruit owner Roderick J. Matson, John Riel of Union Gap Burrows Tractor, Yakima attorney Jeremie J. Dufault, Wenatchee attorney Dale M. Foreman, Yakima attorney Christian Schlect, Moxee farmer Leslie A. Roy, Ann Q. Manley of Prosser Manley Crop Insurance, Cowiche Apple King LLC manager Raymond Keller, Brewster orchardist Richard H. Thomason of Maverick Orchards, Moxee hop grower Richard M. Van Horn of Van Horn Farms, Sunnyside retiree Walter H. Bell, Pasco farmer Maurice C. Balcom of Balcom & Moe Inc., Yakima farmer Charles De La Chapelle, Mabton retiree Ernest W. Charvet, Jeffrey D. Barrom of Argus Insurance Inc. in Sunnyside, state Sen. Jim D. Honeyford of Sunnyside, Cashmere farmer Donna Smith, Pasco Douglas Fruit general manager Jill Douglas, Sunnyside farm owner Pamela S. Durfey of Natural Selections, Moxee farmer Leslie A. Roy, Zillah dairy farmer Henry Bosma, Outlook dairy farmer John Bosma, Cle Elum retiree Kenneth D. Lisk.

$750 — State Dairy Federation executive director W. Jay Gordon of Elma, Moxee farmer Daniel T. Martinez Sr.

$700 — Michael Miller of Sunnyside Airfield Estates Winery.

$500 — Ritzville farmer Eric R. Maier, Wapato retiree Mary J. Gasseling, Sunnyside CPA Jeffrey E. Matson, Kent retiree Eldred E. Matson, Moxee retiree Ramon A. Martinez, Selah Matson Fruit Co. manager Jordan Matson, Yakima Hyatt Corporation vice president Karen S. Hyatt, Zillah Allison Farms orchardist Janet B. Allison, Yakima Valley Growers executive director Jonathan L. Devaney, Yakima Matson Fruit Company manager Jason R. Matson, Prosser farmer Mike Andrews, Selah Matson Fruit Co. HR manager Daryl Matson, Toppenish farmer Troy Curfman, Waterville retiree Marilyn V. Gearhart, Sunnyside farmer Carolyn DeGroot, N.Y. S.S. Steiner Inc. CEO Louis S. Gimbel III, Yakima pest consultant Doug Whitener, homemaker Brenda J. Veiga, East Wenatchee Clifton Larson Allen CPA Jonathan Bishop, Wenatchee Stemilt Growers farmer Michael Taylor, Burbank retiree Nancy L. Boettcher, Wenatchee attorney Dale M. Foreman, Wenatchee Dow Agro Science management Gregory Lyons, Prosser farmer Jeff Andrews, Sunnyside farmer Gene Bliesner, Yakima Price Cold Storage Robert G. Price, Selah Tree Top CEO Tom Stokes, Grandview real estate appraiser Timothy J. Vining, Cashmere Crunch Pak LLC manager John Graden, Wenatchee WA State Horticultural Association executive director Bruce H. Grim, Wenatchee Stemilt Growers West A. Mathison, Toppenish SKD Farms Inc. Kevin Bouchey, East Wenatchee CMI president Robert A. Mast, East Wenatchee Columbia Fruit Packers partner Jim Wade, Sunnyside farmer Larry Wheeler, Kennewick Horse Heaven Fertilizer account manager Larry Childers, Sunnyside dairyman Jason M. Sheehan, Yakima attorney Christian Schlect.

$400 — Olympia consultant James M. Jesernig.

$375 — Prosser Vine Tech Equipment owner Jack Maljaars and Denise Maljaars.

$300 — Sunnyside Airfield Estates Winery owner Michael Miller, Selah Central WA State Fair president Gregory G. Stewart, Sunnyside Valley Irrigation executive director James W. Trull, Centralia WA Dept. of Agriculture graphic design Rebecca C. Sotelo.

$250 — Yakima retiree Robert J. Martin, Sunnyside retiree Teri L. White, Yakima hop broker S.S. Steiner Inc. Paul B. Signorotti, Yakima JEM Development owner Joseph Morrier, Granger farmers Edna Golob and Robert Golob, Wenatchee fruit packer Northern Fruit Doug Pauly, Sunnyside School District superintendent Richard D. Cole, Richland Benton County commissioner Jerome L. Delvin, Grandview homemaker Kimberly Stegeman, Matthew Matson of Kirkland, Olympia retiree Allen Hayward, Yakima Argus Insurance Inc. broker David Hargreaves, Grandview Tudor Brothers owner Tom Tudor.

$215 — Prosser farmers Larry M. Olson and Richard R. Olsen of Olsen Brothers LLC.

$200 — Sunnyside Airfield Estates Winery owner Michael L. Miller.

$100 — Kevin Bouchey of Toppenish SKD Farms Inc.

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