Botanical Society of America - "Legacy Society Members"

 

Gregory J. and Mona Anderson   Roger C. and Mary Anderson
Sergio Archangelsky   Joseph E. and Nancy L. Armstrong
Jerry M. and Carol C. Baskin   James Basinger
Randall Jame Bayer   Beverly J. Brown and Jerome P. Deno
Clyde L. Calvin and Carol A. Wilson   Kenton L. and Henrietta Chambers
Russell Chapman   Howard L. Clark
Lynn G. Clark   William M. and Janice M. Dahl
Roger del Moral   Nancy G. and Ronald Dengler
David Dobbins   Heidi E. M. Dobson
W. Hardy Eshbaugh   Jack B. Fisher
Carole T. Gee   Patricia G. Gensel
Alan and Shirley Graham   Richard I. Greyson
Christopher and Marsha Haufler   Ann Hirsch and Stefan J. Kirchanski
Kent E. Holsinger   Harry T. and Cecilia A. Horner
Judy Jernstedt   Richard Keating
David W. Lee   Philip M. Lintilhac
Gene Mapes   Arlee Montalvo
Karl J. Niklas   Constance Nozzolillo
Peter and Patricia Raven   Karen S. Renzaglia and Sons
Jennifer H. Richards   Scott D. Russell
Edward Schneider   J. William and Jane Shen Schopf
James L. Seago Jr.   Beryl B. Simpson
Douglas and Pamela Soltis   David Spooner
William L. Stern   Dennis WM Stevenson
Marshall Sundberg   Janice C. and Edward C. Swab
Sally L. Taylor   Anitra Thorhaug
Judy Verbeke and Rick Heupel   Stephen G. Weller and Ann K. Sakai
     
     
     
     

 

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