JHC Supporters and Collection Donors 2019

With much appreciation, the Jay Heritage Center is honored to recognize our 2019 Supporters and Donors.

(Gifts as of December 6, 2019)

$50,000+

The Founders Council

Catherine & Joseph Aresty Foundation
Suzanne & Rich Clary

Gerry Charitable Trust

$25,000-$49,999

1838 Society

Con Edison
Kay and Timothy Yates

Anonymous

$10,000-$24,999

Historians

Anonymous
Bernard and Muriel Lauren Foundation

Christy and George Schultze
Joan and William Steere

Caroline and Scott Wallach
Betsy Buttrill White

$5,000-9,999

Preservationists

Lucy and Sol Berkoff
Tracy and Luke Edwards
Liz and Patrick Garrett

Inga and Benjamin Mao
Peter and Rosanne Aresty Foundation
Emily and Bobby Tisdale

Marie-Anne and Joris van Roijen

$2,500-$4,999

Landmark

Shelby Green and Jay Adler
The Talcott Fund

Pamela Kindler
Susan and Henry Skelsey

Gloria and Jeff Holtman
Rose Stewart-Dickson and Tyler Dickson

$1,000-2,499

Benefactors

Anonymous
Deborah and David Boillot
Karen and Jeff DeToro
Sharon and John Jay DuBois
Matheus Hovers

Rhoda Kornreich
Melinda and Alex Mehfar
Judi and Jeff Linton
Elizabeth and Rod Miller
Winnie and Walter Norman

David McI. Parsons
Joyce and Paul Rheingold
Karen Kelsey Thomas
Marisol and Rhett Thurman
Solange and Willem van Roijen
Kathryn Winter

$500-$999

Patrons

Liz and Brian Ahrens
Libby and Robert Alexander
American Women of African Heritage
Kelly and Vishal Bakshi
Jessica Bentley
Linda and John Buttrill
Karen and Michael Bynum
Ronnie and Scott Caffrey
Margaret Caldwell
Jay Cantor
Mary Cooney
Jill and Todd Cress
Dan and Juliet London Trust
Margaret and Demarest Duckworth
Sara and Taegan Goddard

Melissa and John Grieco
Claire and Michael Griffiths
David and Chrisanne Johansen
Jennifer Kelley
Yvette and David Killian
Natasha and Ryan Kloster
Laura and George Landegger
Erin and Alex Lange
Kristin Lemkau and Steve Silva
Little Garden Club of Rye
Andrea and Eliot Martone
Christina and John Montgomery
Jean and Gregg Nabhan

Daniell and Brad Neuman
Martha and Steve Otis
Nancy and Lee Paton
Peggy Peters
Marilyn and Raymond Quartararo
Charlotte Redden and Family
Griff Samples and Family
Jeanne and Silvio Rosato
Rye Neck PTSA
Alexis and Jon Scahill
Kathryn and Matt Schnaars
Casey and Lukas Spiss
Valentin Quan Miranda
Berge and Thorunn Wathne

$250-499

Contributors

Karyn Bogart
Suzanne and Eli Chamberlain
George Davis School, New Rochelle
Susan Coco
Erin and Mark Colagiovani
Barbara and Paul Hicks
Nancy and Nicholas Everett
Keelin and Chris Pye

Josephine Iselin
Heidi Jacobs
Phyllis Jacobs
Zsofia and Matthew Jamieson
Carolina and Federico Jost
Lynn and Jules Kroll
Jill and Scott MacVicar
Suzanne Mann

Susan McKay
Dan O’Day
Shawn Parker
Rye Garden Club
Arthur Stampleman
Mitchell Stern
Nicole and John Stocks
Amy White

$100-249

Friends

Anonymous
Sandra and John Conolly
Jim Cowen
Susan Doud
Lorraine Fontanes
Robert Gambee
Halli Gatenio
Ann Heekin
H.D. Hemmerdinger
Christina Hickey

Yukio Ishizuka
Jewish Communal Fund
Larry Jones
JW Hands Foundation
Pam and Eugene McGuire
Adrienne and Richard Mecca
Angela Morris
Christina and James Murray
Jenny and Tai Park
Patrick Quinn

Helen Rice
Tavenner and Sean Rogers
Alexandra and Maurio Sax
Margaret and Theodore Shultz
Frances and Robert Snedeker
Alison Stabile
Karen Shaw Stubbs
Jennifer and Gregory Swanson

Our most sincere apologies for any inadvertent errors or omissions. Please email us at jayheritagecenter@gmail.com to request a correction.

We recognize the exceptional generosity of individuals whose gifts of historic artifacts and documents have enhanced our interpretation of the Jay Estate and all its residents most especially John Jay and his descendants. These rare pieces significantly enrich the experience of our visitors and school groups. They breath life into America's history as seen through the lens of this landmark place.

Recent Gifts to our Archives & Collections

Anonymous
Steve Cadenhead
Emily and John Clarkson Jay
Peter Doane and Family
John Jay Du Bois and Sharon Du Bois
The Bell, Frackman & Witten Families
The Pierrepont Family in memory of Mrs. Bennett Jack
Alexander Bruen Trevor and Family

(Images clockwise: Original WWI Recruitment Poster from Plattsburgh owned by Maj. Delancey Kane Jay, Distinguished Service Cross recipient; WWI Uniform of Lt. Arthur Mason DuBois; portrait of Alexandra Louise Bruen by Jacob Hart Lazarus; 1790s Mahogany Secretary owned by Nathaniel Prime, first president of the NY Stock and Exchange Board and inherited by John Clarkson Jay; photo of Anna Maria Jay Pierrepont and Henry Evelyn Pierrepont, “First Citizens” of Brooklyn.