Individual Compensation

From ANIMAL PEOPLE, December 2005:

Individual Compensation
(Chief executives &/or top-paid staff & consultants)

Nonprofit chief executive salaries rose 2.2% in fiscal 2004,
according to a national survey by the Nonprofit Times. Fundraisers’
salaries rose 15%, said the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
The Pay column below is information taken from the IRS Form
990 filings of those organizations listed in “Who gets the money?”
that have filed Form 990. Since balance sheets rarely include
equivalent data, and nations other than the U.S. do not require
public disclosure of individual compensation, no compensation data
is presented for other organizations. Pay combines salaries,
benefit plan contributions (if any), and expense accounts for the
few people who are not required to itemize expenses. Some
independent contractors such as attorneys, accountants, and
consultants are listed as well as directors and regular staff.
Included below are chief executive officers, highest paid
staff if other than chief executives, and other top-paid staff of
note, for example often quoted in news coverage, as well as close
relatives of top-paid staff who may also be in leadership positions.
Chief executives who claim no compensation are listed as
OthrIncm, short for “has other income.” Where possible, the
occupations of those who have other work are identified. Others are
most often retired, supported by a spouse, or have investment
income. Some may receive royalties and/or speaking fees.

Unfortunately it is not possible to identify accurately from
IRS Form 990 who receives perquisites from a charity such as free
housing or use of a vehicle.
Neither is it possible to accurately identify all of the
individuals who donate office space, or otherwise rebate material
value to their organizations in a manner amounting to returning
compensation.
The IRS does not require disclosure of non-board compensation
under $50,000.
All salary norms stated this year are taken from
<www.GuideStar.org>, identified as GdStr.

Individual Position Group Pay Note

JOHN H. ADAMS President NRDC $704,796
PAUL IRWIN Pres/CEO HSUS $510,680 1
STEVEN SANDERSON CEO WildConSoc $495,422 2
MARK VAN PUTTEN President NWF $477,138 3
REYNALDO SAMALA CEO BideAWee $409,458 4
STEVEN MacCORMICK CEO NatureCons $399,788 5
Jennifer Herring Dev WildConSoc $394,444 2
JOHN STEVENSON Pres NorthShore $378,166
JOHN FLICKER Pres NatlAudubon $362,237 6
FRED KRUPP Pres EnviroDefense $358,172 7
ED SAYRES President ASPCA $346,675
PETER SELIGMANN CEO ConservIntl $336,353 8
Russell Mittermeier ConservIntl $331,515
CEO budget over $50 million Gdstr $320,370
KATHRYN FULLER President WWF $310,781 9
Lawence Amon ActingPres NWF $293,689 3
KEN WHITE President PeninsulaHS $285,004 10
LAWRENCE SELZER CEO ConservFund $268,977 11
Richard Lattis SrVP WildConSoc $265,546
Richard Erdmann ExcVP ConservFund $263,843
Deborah Sorondo COO Sierra $238,520
WARREN COX President DallasSPCA $224,174 12
Frances Beinecke ExecDir NRDC $222,159
ARTHUR SLADE Pres AnmlRescueLg $219,364
FRED THOMPSON President Goodall $207,163
CARL POPE ExecutiveDir Sierra $204,983
VAWTER PARKER ExcDir EarthJustice $204,850 13
David Sutherland SrVP ConservFund $203,658
ROBERT ROHDE Pres DumbFriends $203,075
Margaret Ackerley GenCnsl WWF $198,636
CEO $25 m. to $49.9 m. bdgt Gdstr $197,536
Andrew Rowan ExecVP HSUS $195,707
Patricia Forkan SeniorVP HSUS $194,666
PATRICK BERGIN CEO AfricanWild $189,816 14
Ginette Hemley VP WWF $183,231
WILLIAM BURNHAM Pres Peregrine $181,843 15
PEGGY CUNNIFF President NAVS $174,450 16
MIKE ARMS President HelenWoodward $171,775
BILL GARRETT President AtlantaHS $165,910
Stephen Musso SrVPops ASPCA $161,536
Barry Giaquinto CFO NorthShore $160,934
John Grandy SeniorVP HSUS $156,016
BRENDA BARNETTE ExDr TonyLaRussa $154,426
MADELINE BERNSTEIN Pres LA/SPCA $153,480
Larry Schweiger President NWF $151,810 3
Stephen Zawistowski VP ASPCA $150,976
Jeff Proulx DVM SF/SPCA $148,176 17
CEO $10 m. to $24.9 m. bdgt Gdstr $147,594
Kenneth Cunniff Attorney NAVS $144,000 16
Stephen Eudene CFO ASPCA $143,874
Helen Gichohi VP AfricanWild $143,434
Jan Hartke EarthvoiceDir HSUS $142,237
John Aldridge DVM SF/SPCA $141,298
DANIEL CRAIN President SF/SPCA $139,623
J. Peter Jenny VP Peregrine $134,633
Lynn Lawrence DVM BideAWee $133,207
Martha Armstrong SeniorVP HSUS $131,215 1
David Stein DVM SF/SPCA $129,648
Thomas Nichols VP AfricanWild $129,208
SHARON HARMAN ExDir OregonHumane $128,246
MERLIN TUTTLE ExDir BatConserv $127,987
ROBIN STARR ExecDir RichmondSPCA $126,874
VICTORIA WELLENS Pres WisconsinHS $123,936
Peter Daszak ExcDr WildlifeTrust $123,879
ROSEANN TREZZA ExecDir AsscHumane $121,352
Cindy Skidmore DVM DallasSPCA $120,807
FRED KOONTZ VP Wildlife Trust $116,520
RICHARD JOHNSTON ConnecticutHS $115,302
Jean Donaldson Behavior SF/SPCA $114,173
CEO $5 m. to $9.9 m. bdgt Gdstr $113,508
Andre Alexander VP/ops Goodall $112,598
Sharon Turcotte Dir AnmlRescueLg $108,228
Ann Helene Cohen CEO BideAWee $108,150
Suzanne Bernard VP AmericanHumane $106,911
James Powell Dir WildlifeTrust $106,462
Dennis Herstein DVM BideAWee $105,607
Lisa Jones SeniorVP DallasSPCA $104,600 12
Lloyd Kiff SciDir Peregrine $104,126
John Nagy AdminDir DumbFriends $103,939
Ann Lund DevelopmentDir SF/SPCA $103,384
Cynthia Hockman DVM Holiday $103,214
Bosmat Gal DVM AnmlRescueLg $102,335
Sharon O’Hara VP AmericanHumane $101,175
Charles Malloy VP AmericanHumane $100,427
Julie Richard Editor BestFriends $100,374
Terrence Clark AsstDir AsscHumane $100,352
Angelo Colace AnmlRescueLg $100,008
Jenny Lindamood Dir AnmlRescueLg $ 99,944
Ronald Cohn VP/Tres Gorilla $ 98,000 18
PRISCILLA FERAL President FoA $ 97,673 19
Alonso Aguirre Dir WildlifeTrust $ 97,225
Judy Calhoun CommRel DumbFriends $ 97,060
Karen Rosa FilmTV AmericanHumane $ 97,059
Karen Halligan DVM LA/SPCA $ 96,767
B.J. GRIFFIN ExecDir MarineMammal $ 96,475
Javier Nolasco DVM Holiday $ 95,598
CEO $2.5 m. to $4.9 m. bdgt Gdstr $ 94,245
Stephen Zulli CFO ConnecticutHS $ 92,905
Rhoda Albright DVM SNAP $ 91,567
Amy Marder Behvrst AnmlRescueLg $ 91,232
Rose Channer VP LA/SPCA $ 91,000
Robert Goldman DVM SNAP $ 90,381
Scott Anderson SrVP FSAP $ 89,653
JOYCE TISCHLOER ExecDir ALDF $ 89,529
Patricia Burnham Admin Peregrine $ 89,988 15
Paul Kelley Controller FoA $ 88,651
TINA NELSON ExecDirector AAVS $ 87,839 20
Mariclare Haggerty DirCom NAVS $ 87,360
Jeff Kerr GeneralCounsel FSAP $ 86,579
Dave Garcia DirOps DallasSPCA $ 85,878 12
Steve Ann Chambers Pres ALDF $ 84,961
Richard Wood ExecDir FACT $ 84,696
THEO CAPALDO President NEAVS $ 84,199
Richard Watson IntlDir Peregrine $ 83,515
Gary Kish DevlopDir OregonHumane $ 83,277
John Walsh ProjectsDir WSPA $ 83,098 21
Diane Forthman DirAdmin FoA $ 82,978
William Heinrich Rstrtn Peregrine $ 82,528
SEAN HAWKINS President SNAP $ 82,114 22
Calvin Sandfort Prpgtn Peregrine $ 81,284
Gil Costas DVM SNAP $ 81,162 22
Denise Deisler RichmondSPCA $ 81,031
Daniel Kinburn SeniorCncl PCRM $ 80,480
Rick Collord DirOps AtlantaHS $ 80,152
Wallace Waas DVM AsscHumane $ 80,000
Mindy Kursban VicePresident PCRM $ 79,810
Susan Mentley OpsDir OregonHumane $ 78,839
MICHELLE THEW ExecDir API $ 78,333
Pamela Frasch AntiCruelty ALDF $ 78,159
John Bruzzese DVM RichmondSPCA $ 76,727
CEO $1 m. to $2.49 m. bdgt Gdstr $ 75,558
Rita Truderung Ops HelenWoodward $ 75,319
CATHY LISS President AWI $ 73,810
Dan Matthews MediaRelations PETA $ 73,362
Robert Orabona DirOps FoA $ 72,465 19
Dan Constantinou Director FSAP $ 72,091
RICHARD GILBRETH ExDir IEFS $ 71,662
Dana Campbell StaffAtty ALDF $ 70,984
Gloria Dorsey MedStfDir AtlantaHS $ 70,195
Margaret Devoe DataSystems FSAP $ 69,797
John Bergman ZooMgr AsscHumane $ 69,592
Marybeth Sweetland VP PETA $ 68,257
Laura Simpson USdirector WSPA $ 65,640
Harold Ullman Consultant FSAP $ 64,016
Jessica Sandler FedLiaison PETA $ 62,466
JENNIFER FEARING President UAN $ 62,007
Kate Downey Production FSAP $ 61,537
Sherry Greenblatt VP AtlantaHS $ 61,491
Stephen Hirano MgEd BestFriends $ 60,846
Paul Berry ChfOps BestFriends $ 59,108
Becky Robinson SecTrs AlleyCat $ 58,710
DONNA WILCOX President AlleyCat $ 58,710
Ben White MarineMammals AWI $ 68,000 23
Lee Hall LegalDirector FoA $ 67,883
ELLIOT KATZ President IDA $ 66,441
DAVID PHILLIPS ExDir EarthIsland $ 66,290
Stephen Wells AnmlLaw ALDF $ 65,259
Lynn Hutchinson AWI $ 64,325 23
Faith Maloney Dir BestFriends $ 62,946
Francis Battista Dir BestFriends $ 62,750
Gregory Castle Dir BestFriends $ 62,600
Jonathan DePeyer Dir BestFriends $ 62,600
Ernest Eckhoff Dir BestFriends $ 62,600
Celeste Fripp Dir BestFriends $ 62,600 24
John C. Fripp Dir BestFriends $ 62,600 24
Adam Roberts AWI $ 61,746 23
James Taylor PrgServDir NatHumEd $ 61,041
MICHAEL MOUNTAIN Pres BestFriends $ 60,949
Janice French Controller WSPA $ 60,529
Camilla Fox WildlifeDir API $ 60,440
Esther Mechler Director SpayUSA $ 60,431 25
Sandy Lewis NYCdirector FoA $ 59,398
Barbara Lawrie CservDir API $ 59,268
MARIE WHEATLEY Prs AmericanHumane $ 58,481 26
Shirley Avnet AWI $ 58,003 23
Lorri Bauston VP FarmSanctuary $ 55,372 27
JOHN KNOX ExDir EarthIsland $ 55,025
Mike Mahrer MrktgDir NatHumEd $ 54,935
Nicole Paquette LegalDir API $ 54,667
Diane Halverson FarmAnmls AWI $ 54,655
Marlene Halverson FarmAnmls AWI $ 54,655
LOUISE COLEMAN GreyhoundFriends $ 52,893
Cindy Williamson Cntrlr NatHumEd $ 51,994
Ashley Tillman Editor BestFriends $ 51,064
Susan Dapsis President ISAR $ 49,694 28
ROBERT BROWN President FACT $ 49,667
NEAL BARNARD President PCRM $ 49,538
ANNA BRIGGS Founder NatHumEd $ 48,533
KIM BARTLETT Pblshr ANIMAL PEOPLE $ 48,000 29
Merritt Clifton Edr ANIMAL PEOPLE $ 48,000 29
Bonnie Miller Secretary HFA $ 47,901 30
Hector Menjivar Mgr/Tech Holiday $ 44,592
Gil Lamont Webmaster API $ 45,193
Teri Barnato NatlDir AVAR $ 44,431
JILL STARR President Lifesavers $ 44,033 31
Bonney Brown ChfOps BestFriends $ 43,359
CEO $500,000/$999,999 bdgt GdStr $ 48,349
Terri Block Director TigerCreek $ 42,933
Tina Lococo-Mosio Secty FACT $ 40,137
GENE BAUSTON Pres FarmSanctuary $ 39,628 27
CHRIS DeROSE Pres LastChance $ 37,643
BRAD MILLER President HFA $ 36,643 30
INGRID NEWKIRK President PETA $ 35,664
Holly McNulty Treas FarmSanctuary $ 34,441
CEO less than $250,000 bdgt GdStr $ 34,245
Heather Rockwll Director IWC $ 33,841
NINA NATELSON President CHAI $ 33,706
CHARLES STAHLER CoDirector VRG $ 30,000 32
DEBORAH WASSERMAN CoDirector VRG $ 30,000 32
DANIEL MORAST President IWC $ 26,127
MYUN PARK President COK $ 23,100 33
Jannette Patterson ExecDir PETA $ 22,926
Jack Norris Pres VeganOutreach $ 18,391
MARY LYNN ROBERTS Pres TigerHaven $ 18,200
Paul Shapiro VicePresident COK $ 18,100 33
KYENAN KUM President IAKA $ 18,000
Mathew Ball Secty VeganOutreach $ 17,835
MARK MEYERS ExDir PeacefulValley $ 16,000 34
Amy Meyers Secty PeacefulValley $ 16,000 34
FRANCINE PATTERSON Pres Gorilla $ 15,494 18
Robert Price Treasurer IWC $ 14,635
Scott Smith VP Turpentine $ 14,100 35
TANYA SMITH President Turpentine $ 13,275 35
Darla Jackson Events Turpentine $ 11,390 35
Hilda Jackson Curator Turpentine $ 11,240 35
BRIAN WERNER President TigerCreek $ 9,433 36
JEANNE ANGER President Holiday OthrIncm
KAREN DAVIS Pres UnitedPoultry OthrIncm
Jane Goodall Founder Goodall OthrIncm
LEO GRILLO President DELTARescue OthrIncm 37
ALEX HERSHAFT President FARM OthrIncm
STEVE HINDI President SHARK OthrIncm 38
NANCY JANES Pres RomaniaAnmlRescu OthrIncm 39
SHIRLEY McGREAL President IPPL OthrIncm
SUSAN MICHAELS President Pasados OthrIncm 40
Mark Steinway Sec/Treas Pasados OthrIncm 40
WALLY SWETT Pres PrmrilyPrimates OthrIncm 41
ELLEN WHITEHOUSE NoahsLostArk OthrIncm 42

Opposition compensation

WALTER PIDGEON Pres USSportsmen $168,248
WILLIAM WALL SrSci SafariClub $138,442
Richard Story Secty USSportsmen $119,425
JACQUELINE CALNAN Pres AMPEF $104,688
Barbara Rich VicePresident AMPEF $ 95,464
Valerie Cole Secretary AMPEF $ 73,596
Richard Parsons DirPR SafariClub $ 69,798

Individual Compensation notes

1 – Paul Irwin, president of the Humane Society of the U.S.
since 1996 and vice president before that since 1975, retired in May
2004. His successor, Wayne Pacelle, had been vice president for
governmental relations since 1994. HSUS paid 80 other salaries over
$50,000. Martha Armstrong left HSUS in mid-November 2005. Companion
animal programs at HSUS are now headed by John Snyder, an HSUS staff
member since 1998.
2 – The Wildlife Conservation Society paid 301 additional
salaries above $50,000. At least eight topped $200,000. Jennifer
Herring left WCS in October 2003; her pay includes severance.
3 – Mark Van Putten resigned as president of the National
Wildlife Federation in September 2004. Lawrence Amon was interim
president until Larry Schweiger was named to succeed Van Putten in
April 2004. NWF paid 173 other salaries above $50,000. At least
seven topped $100,000.
4 – Ann Helene Cohen succeeded Reynaldo Samala as CEO of the
Bide-A-Wee Home Association on May 21, 2004. Jane S. Englebardt,
formerly executive director of the Hasbro Children’s Foundation,
succeeded Cohen in April 2005.
5 – The Nature Conservancy paid 1,025 salaries above $50,000,
with nine above $200,000 and nine more over $150,000.
6 – The Natl. Audubon Society paid 181 additional salaries
above $50,000. At least 14 topped $100,000; eight topped $200,000.
7 – The Environmental Defense Fund paid 147 more salaries
above $50,000. At least 12 topped $100,000, with six over $200,000.
8 – Conservation Inter-national paid 180 additional salaries
above $50,000, including at least 17 above $100,000.
9 – The World Wildlife Fund paid 201 additional salaries
above $50,000. At least eight topped $100,000.
10 – The Peninsula Humane Society paid seven other salaries
above $100,000.
11 – The Conservation Fund paid 38 other salaries above
$50,000. At least 19 exceeded $100,000.
12 – Warren Cox retired from the SPCA of Texas in November
2003, succeeded by James Bias. Cox is now interim director at the
Suncoast Humane Society in Englewood, Florida. Lisa Jones and Dave
Garcia have also moved on.
13 – EarthJustice paid 85 additional salaries above $50,000,
including at least 12 above $100,000.
14 – The African Wildlife Foundation paid 19 additional
salaries in excess of $50,000.
15 – William & Patricia Burnham are husband and wife.
16 – Peggy & Kenneth Cunniff are wife/husband. National
Anti-Vivisection Society Form 990 filings in 1989-1994 listed Kenneth
Cunniff as an independent contractor. ANIMAL PEOPLE noted in June
1996 that his pay from NAVS often exceeded $100,000/year plus use of
a vehicle, while he ran his own law firm. Since then, NAVS lists
him as “Kenneth Cunniff, Ltd.” Mrs. Cunniff is daughter of previous
NAVS head George Trapp.
17 – Jeff Proulx, DVM, died on August 25, 2005.
18 – Ronald Cohn and Francine Patterson are identified by
other media as “partners.”
19 – Priscilla Feral and Robert Orabona are wife & husband.
20 – Tina Nelson died on October 19, 2005.
21 – John Walsh retired in 2004. A former field officer for
the Massachusetts SPCA, Walsh moved to the International Society for
Animal Protection when it spun off as a subsidiary in 1964, and
remained with the organization after it merged with programs of the
Royal SPCA and Humane Society of the U.S. in 1981 to form WSPA.
22 – SNAP founder Sean Hawkins resigned on June 20, 2005,
and on July 5 announced the formation of Saving Animals Across
Borders, with a mission similar to that of SNAP but with a stronger
international emphasis. Former SNAP chief veterinarian Gil Costas
joined Saving Animals as international program director. Eight
foundations whose grants together made up 55% of the SNAP budget
pledged to support Saving Animals instead.
23 – Ben White died on July 30, 2005. Lynn Hutchinson,
Adam Roberts, and Shirley Avnet also no longer work for AWI.
24 – Celeste & John C. Fripp of Best Friends are husband and
wife. Bonney Brown, outreach director for Best Friends 1998-2005,
now holds a similar position with Alley Cat Allies.
25 – SpayUSA is a program of the Pet Savers Foundation.
26 – Marie Belew Wheatley was hired in February 2004, four
months from the end of the American Humane fiscal year.
27 – Lorri & Gene Baus-ton were formerly wife & husband.
Lorri Bauston left Farm Sanctuary in July 2004 and resigned from the
board in March 2005. In September 2005 she opened the Animal Acres
sanctuary in Acton, California.
28 – ISAR board chair Henry Mark Holzer is also president of
the Institute for Animal Rights Law, named on line 80b of the five
most recent ISAR filings as a related organization. Holzer is shown
on all five ISAR filings as receiving no compensation–but a program
service item called “contributions” on three of the four filings is
just slightly more than the reported non-interest income of the
Institute for Animal Rights Law, and the cumulative figure is 87% of
the Institute income. Holzer in these years was paid $105,921 of the
total of $138,000 that the Institute received (76%), and in 2003 was
paid $24,349 of $30,000 that the Institute received (81%). The ISAR
“contributions” for 2003 were $30,240. Holzer did not respond to
e-mailed questions.
29 – Kim Bartlett & Merritt Clifton are wife and husband.
30 – Bonnie & Brad Miller are wife and husband.
31 – Explains Statement 7 of the Lifesavers filing of IRS
Form 990, “Jill Starr leases her property to the organization. She
also receives a salary of $3,675 per month. She borrowed $5,000 in a
prior year and is making monthly payments (plus interest).” The
balance at filing was $2,929.” Lifesavers paid $11,900 for occupancy
in fiscal 2004.
32 – Charles Stahler & Deborah Wasserman are husband and wife.
33 – Compassion Over Killing director Myun Park and
co-founder Paul Shapiro on February 1, 2005 became director of farm
animal welfare and manager of factory farming campaigns at the Humane
Society of the U.S. COK continues under former volunteer Erika Meier.
34 – Mark & Amy Meyers are huband and wife. Peaceful Valley
Donkey Rescue also claimed $44,865 in “administrative expense” not
itemized as professional fundraising, accounting, or legal fees.
35 – Recent Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge filings of IRS
Form 990 omit statements which on earlier filings declared that
co-founder Tanya Smith, whose husband is Scott Smith, leased land
to the foundation “at the same cost as her mortgage payment,”
receiving both housing plus equity in the 463-acre site, relatively
little of which is used for the care of sanctuary animals. The most
recent available Turpentine Creek filing of Form 990, filed on
November 9, 2004, covering calendar year 2003, indicates that it
still pays $5,000 per month ($60,000/year) in “occupancy”–but also
showed that Tanya Smith was owed $168,471, including $138,316 in
unpaid rent. In 1998 Tanya Smith settled charges filed as felonious
theft of public benefits by pleading guilty to illegal use of food
stamps, in a case resulting from her failure to declare income
received from leasing land and vehicles to the sanctuary. Hilda
Jackson and Robert Jackson were also Turpentine Creek co-founders.
Robert Jackson died in September 2002. Darla Jackson is his widow.
36 – Terri Block has been identified in press accounts as
fiance of Tiger Creek aka Tiger Missing Link Foundation president
Brian Werner. Apparently in addition to Werner’s salary, according
to IRS Form 990 “Tiger Missing Link Foundation leases land from Brian
Werner for $650 per month.” Statement #1 listed $25,879 in
“administrative expense” not itemized as professional fundraising,
accounting, or legal fees; $1,565 for “auto expense”; $4,183 for
“meals and entertainment”; $844 for “mileage”; $10,200 for “rent”;
and $4,900 for “contract labor.” The recipients and beneficiaries of
these amounts were not identified.
37 – Leo Grillo heads direct mail and videography firms which
do contract work for DELTA Rescue at competitive rates.
38 – Steve Hindi heads Allied Tubular Rivet.
39 – Nancy Janes is bookkeeper for her husband’s riding
equipment stores.
40 – Explains IRS Form 990, “Mark Steinway and Susan
Michaels (a married couple) are the cofounders of Pasado’s Safe Haven
…They jointly purchased the land on which most of the sanctuary is
built. They paid for the initial land development costs,” including
construction of the two major sanctuary buildings. “In 2003,” Form
990 continues, “Mark and Susan sold all of the above property to
Pasado’s Save Haven for the original purchase price of the land only.
They were not compensated for any increase in value, or for the cost
of any of the buildings or improvements.”
41 – The Primarily Primates board in 2002 voted to pay Wally
Swett total compensation of $61,649. Swett actually cashed only half
of the checks, and has been living on that money ever since, he
told ANIMAL PEOPLE on December 4, 2004, after calling to ask how
two years’ worth of checks never cashed should be reported on IRS
Form 990.
42 – Ellen Whitehouse claimed on IRS Form 990 to be working
“100+” hours a week for Noah’s Lost Ark. Her husband, Douglas
Whitehouse, was said to be working “60+” hours a week for Noah’s
Lost Ark. Neither claimed payment from the sanctuary. Kris-ten
Gelineau of Associated Press reported on November 3, 2003 that
Douglas Whitehouse also “works long hours as a truck driver for Toys
‘R’ Us.” This was within the time covered by the Form 990 filing.

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