Book of Remembrance

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Roger F. Cave

Roger F. Cave was born in Lightsville, Ill. on March 26, 1922 to Dewey and Florence Cave. He attended Manchester College and Valparaiso Tech.  Read More...

Frederick Chase, Jr.

Fred spent much of his time and energy focusing on environmental stewardship: Battery recycling, energy audits, rain barrels, composting, meatless Mondays and the Prius. It was of the utmost importance to him that to understand sustainability, people open themselves up and learn to step outside of their comfort zones...  Read More...

Phyllis M. Clark

Phyllis was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Des Moines. She was a very caring and generous person; quietly giving to those in need.  Read More...

Ott Coelln

Many families will be assisted through the contributions Ott Coelln made to Heifer International Foundation.  Read More...

Thomas Cogsdale

Thomas Nathaniel Cogsdale, the son of James Lee Cogsdale and Clarice Miles Cogsdale, passed away Sunday, January 6, 2013. Tom loved to play golf and was an avid bridge player. He loved to make people laugh and always had a joke for whomever he met.  Read More...

Catherine N. Collins

Until shortly before her death Catherine attended and actively participated in the life of Rose City Park Presbyterian Church. She was a longtime supporter of Heifer International, giving annually since 1985.  Read More...

Jessie Fredna Cooper

A memorial was established with Heifer International Foundation in 1998 from the bequest of Jessie Cooper of Meridian, Mississippi. Every year, income from the Jessie Cooper Memorial will be used by Heifer International to help families produce food and income for themselves.  Read More...

Woody and Rosemma Coppess

Rosemma died on May 31, 2010 and Woody died eight days later on June 8, 2010. Remembering Heifer International in their wills, their bequest is being included in the Heifer Foundation Cowboy Endowment.  Read More...

Wilna Joane Cornwell

Wilna took at least one “major” trip – usually about three months – and often one month “minor” trip each year. The Oxford Atlas of the World, donated by Ex Libras in her memory and now in the Villa Gardens library , recognizes her love of travel and through...  Read More...

Thelma Couchman

Hurley and Thelma sponsored an American Field Service exchange student from Brazil, then gave the annual AFS Christmas party for over a decade while taking into their home exchange students through MJC, the American Farm Bureau, Heifer Project International, and others.  Read More...