Who We Are

WHO WE ARE

The Crawford Foundation was founded in April 1993 and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We are an energetic group of volunteers consisting of alumni, school administrators, students and other community members who are committed to making the experience at Crawford positive for all students.

Our Current Board Officers are:  

Greg Estep, President (Class of 1968)

Vice President (vacant position)

Susan Marshall Gordon, Treasurer (Class of 1964)

Kathy Taylor, Secretary (Class of 1968)

 

Our Current Board Members are:

Guy Gonzales (Class of 1970)

Linda Gregoire-Christopher (Class of 1971)

Spence Milne (Class of 1960)

Sandi Robbins-Knox (Class of 1961)

Darlene Wells Dise-Brucker, Immediate Past President, Facebook Chair (Class of 1967)

Janet Wells Brady, New Member Chair/Rolando Street Fair Chair (Class of 1971)

 

Advisory Board:

Janet Chelburg Burgess, Alumni Association Co-Chair (Class of 1969)

Kelly Childers, Website Co-Administrator (Class of 1981)

Michelle Gilmer-Hayes (Class of 1981)

Joe Naiman, Historian (Class of 1982)

Mike Nesbitt (Class of 1964)

Patrick Pina (Class of 1987)

 

Recently Retired:

Jana Glasgow Ditmars, (Website Co-Administrator, Former Alumni Association Co-Chair) (Class of 1981)

 

 

Want to be a part of making a difference at Crawford?

The Crawford Foundation would welcome fellow alumni who wish to join us or attend any of our meetings. You are invited to consider becoming a new member of the Foundation or the Executive Board of Directors. As a Board member, you would be helping with fundraisers and special projects at Crawford, as well as supporting the Alumni Association and its events. The Board meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month (except July, August and December), at 4:00pm in the Crawford Library.  If you cannot commit to that time and still want to help, there are subcommittees with various projects that need willing participants.  If you are interested in joining either team, please contact us at crawford.database@yahoo.com.  THANK YOU!


 

ACTIVE INVOLVEMENT:

  • Be a guest speaker for a class or club
  • Tutor or mentor students
  • An involved commitment by becoming a board member
  • Volunteer as a subcommittee member to a specific goal or project