Donor Recognition

Giving Circles

U.S. Army Soldiers guard freedom and the American way of life with unwavering perseverance. Donors of the Army Heritage Center Foundation honor Soldiers and their service through enduring generosity. The Foundation recognizes that generosity with membership in a Giving Circle.

The Foundation recognizes donors whose gifts total $10,000 or more on a wall of honor within the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center. The Foundation recognizes donors whose gifts total $25,000 or more at its Annual Membership Dinner.

The Commanders-in-Chief $5,000,000+
The Commanding Generals $2,500,000 – $4,999,999
The Colonels of Brigades $1,000,000 – $2,499,999
The Council of Command Sergeants Majors $500,000 – $999,999
The Staff Majors $250,000 – $499,999
The Battle Captains $100,000 – $249,999
The Warrant Officers Cohort $50,000 – $99,999
Corps of Non-Commissioned Officers $25,000 – $49,999
Members of Squad $10,000 – $24,999
army heritage Donor Recognition Wall

Washingtonburg Society

The Washingtonburg Society is the Foundation’s legacy society, named in tribute of the Carlisle Barracks’ significance to U.S. military history. The Barracks have been an important post since first occupied in 1757. During the American Revolution, the post was named Washingtonburg in honor of General Washington.

The Washingtonburg Society recognizes supporters who include the Foundation in their estate plans or by making deferred gifts. The Foundation acknowledges Society members on a wall of honor within the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, at its Annual Membership Dinner and at an annual Washingtonburg Society luncheon.

Mr. Joseph Capita

MG John C. Faith, USA Ret.

Dr. Carol Reardon

Mr. and Mrs. Conrad and Carole Richter

Ms. Tracy Sommers

Foundation Membership

Membership recognizes donors who demonstrate their belief in the mission of the Foundation with annual philanthropic support. The Foundation offers six levels of membership and one level of corporate membership. Individuals also may become lifetime members.

Giving Circle Donors


The Commanders-in-Chief

$5 million plus

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

The Commanding Generals

$2,500,000 – $4,999,999

Cumberland County, Pennsylvania

The Colonels of Brigades

$1,000,000 – $2,499,999

David V. and Dorothy Beavers Pecora

The Council of Command Sergeant Majors

$500,000 – $999,999

G. B. Stuart Charitable Foundation 

United States Cavalry Memorial Foundation

Members 1st Federal Credit Union

The Staff Majors

$250,000 – $499,999

BAE Systems, Inc. 

 The Progress Fund

Westsylvania Heritage Corporation

The Battle Captains

$100,000 – $249,999

Booz Allen Hamilton

CA Technologies

Mr. George J. Fischer

Josiah W. and Bessie H. Kline Foundation, Inc.

Omar N. Bradley Foundation

The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation

Tawani Foundation

The Warrant Officers Cohort

$50,000 – $99,999

Anne J. Caudal Foundation

Association of the United States Army

Dr. Barbara Bowie-Whitman

F&M Trust

MG John C. Faith, USA Ret.

FedEx Corporation

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Glatfelter

Gleason Financial

Highmark Blue Shield

The M&T Charitable Foundation

GEN Edward “Shy” Meyer, USA Ret.

The Miles Foundation, Inc.

Mowery Construction

COL Wayne K. Murphy, USA Ret.

LTC and Mrs. Edwin “Mike” Perry, USA Ret.

Pritzker Military Foundation

Russell T. Bundy Associates, Inc.

LTC H. Marguerite Tussey, USA Ret.

UHS Of Pennsylvania

University of Phoenix

Corps of Non-Commissioned Officers

$25,000 – $49,999

44th Bomb Group Veterans Association

87th Infantry Division Association

LTG Ronald E. Adams, USA Ret.

American Legion Posts of Pennsylvania



Mr. Gregory Attorri

The Boeing Company

Mr. Ronald J. Drnevich

FN America

First National Bank

Gannett Fleming, Inc.

Giant Food Stores, LLC

Lucinda C. Gossett Trust

Iron Mountain

COL John R. Martin, USA Ret.

COL (IL) Jennifer N. Pritzker, IL ARNG (Retired), President and Founder, Pritzker Military Foundation

Mr. Peter J. Ressler, Esq.

BG Domenic Rocco, Jr., USA Ret.

Santander Bank

The Patriot-News

The Sentinel

VFW Posts of Pennsylvania

Members of Squad

$10,000 – $24,999

Mr. James Adair

Mr. William Aldrich

LTC Martin Andresen, USA Ret.

Mr. E. Briner Ashway

Bonnie Heights Homes, Inc.

CACI International, Inc.

Capital Blue Cross

DRS Technologies

Charitable Foundation

Enterprise Holdings Foundation

G. R. Sponaugle & Sons, Inc.

Gardner Family Foundation

Julie and Justin Germany

Glatfelter Insurance Group

COL Donald Hall, PhD, USA Ret.

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce K. Heim

BG(R) James and Alice Herbert

Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Hudson

KBR , Inc.

Howard and Susan Kramer

Land O’Lakes Foundation

Lear Corporation

Mrs. Patricia Ennis Leggett

Mr. H. F. Lenfest


Mr. Michael Littenberg

COL & MAJ Julie & John Manta, USA Ret.

Margaret O. McCormick

Charitable Trust

Mr. James E. Marley

Dr. David S. Masland

Mr. Edward K. Masland

Mr. Frank E. Masland

BG Joseph E. McCarthy, USA Ret.

Mrs. Nancy P. McCarthy

McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC

Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Mowery

BG Harold W. Nelson, USA Ret.

Occidental Petroleum Corporation

Orrstown Bank

Orrstown Bank Foundation

Pennsy Supply, Inc.

Petroleum Products Corporation

PNC Bank

The PNC Foundation

PPL Services Corporation

Col and Mrs. Al Piotter, USAF Ret.

QualX Corporation

Reynolds Construction

Management, Inc.

MG Darrie H. Richards, USA Ret.

BG Domenic Rocco, Jr., USA Ret.

MG(R) Robert H. Scales, Jr., PhD

LTG Roger C. Schultz, USA Ret.

LTC James B. Simms, USA Ret.

Smith Richardson Foundation, Inc.

Stoner Associates, Inc.

Susquehanna Pfaltzgraff Company

Ms. Diane Tokarsky, Esq.

Mr. Kenneth L. Tuckey

UPMC Pinnacle

USAHEC Greybeards

VFW Post 477

Verizon Solutions

Virtu Financial

The Richard C. von Hess Foundation

COL Arland Wagonhurst, USA Ret.

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