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In Memory of John Moga

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THE STORY:

SEATTLE REPERTORY THEATRE wrote -

John Moga was a key supporter and champion of Seattle Repertory Theatre. To celebrate his life and honor his contributions to the theatre community, Seattle Rep will be dedicating the matinee performance of Well, on March 4, 2017, in his memory.

John served on the Seattle Repertory Theatre Board of Trustees for 20 years (1975-1995).  During his tenure John served in various leadership capacities, including as Board President (1988-1990) and Board Chair (1990-1992).

After rotating off the SRT Board, John became a founding member of the Seattle Repertory Theatre Foundation Board and served as a Foundation Director for 20 years (1995-2015).  John also served on the Theatre’s Advisory Council for six years (1997-2003).

In 2003, in recognition of his service, leadership, and steadfast dedication to the Theatre, John was appointed Trustee Emeritus.

Throughout his life John was known for his commitment to civic leadership.  In addition to his involvement with Seattle Rep, John had a decades-long involvement with the Seattle Art Museum Board of Trustees.  He also served on the Seattle University Board of Regents, was an Emeritus Member of the Foster School of Business Advisory Board at the University of Washington, served on the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, and was a founding board member of Business Volunteers for the Arts.


 

 

*Official acknowledgement letters from Seattle Rep will be mailed out at the close of the campaign. 

$8,200

MONEY RAISED
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  • Brent Johnson

    $1,000

  • Chris Richard

     

  • Elizabeth and Mike Miller

    $250

  • Ralph & Alicia Siegel

     

  • Allen Hsieh

     

  • Todd and Karissa Marker

    $250

  • Chris & Ginny Rice

    $1,000

  • Anonymous

     

  • Mark Ostrow

     

  • Dave Auckland

     

  • Nick Pavelich

     

  • Tom and Alison Evert

     

  • Brad Graham

    $250

  • Mike Vernon

    $500

  • Jen & Richard Wyne

     

  • Matt & Bobbie Medlin

    $500

  • Glenn Wisegarver

     

  • Anonymous

    $250

  • Margaret Clapp

     

  • Bob & Barbara Carlile

     

  • Michael Isensee

     

  • Christine and Tom O'Connor

     

  • Mike and Sharon Hayhurst

     

  • Holly Beck Webb

    $100

  • Michael and Kristy Gibson

    $250

  • Robb and Rebecca (Masuda) McEachran

    $500

  • Dawn Rains

     

  • Dave Reeves

     

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The Team: $8,200 TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

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Donor Comments

Dave Reeves

Dave Reeves

5 months ago

Dawn Rains

Dawn Rains

I am grateful for all of the ways your made a difference in our community, John, and that I had the opportunity to know you. 6 months ago

Robb and Rebecca (Masuda) McEachran

Robb and Rebecca (Masuda) McEachran

DONATION: $500

John was a friend of my father-in-law and always went out of his way to be nice to Becky and I at Andersen. He paid me a kindness by telling my father-in-law (future father-in-law at the time) that I was a high performer (which was a big stretch at the time). It was a nice thing to do. Great guy and mentor to many 6 months ago

Michael and Kristy Gibson

Michael and Kristy Gibson

DONATION: $250

6 months ago

Holly Beck Webb

Holly Beck Webb

DONATION: $100

In Memory of John Moga 6 months ago

Mike and Sharon Hayhurst

Mike and Sharon Hayhurst

6 months ago

Christine and Tom O'Connor

Christine and Tom O'Connor

John brought tremendous skill and a welcome sense of humor to the Rep’s board meetings. It was an honor to work with him, and his dynamic spirit and generosity will be greatly missed. 6 months ago

Michael Isensee

Michael Isensee

6 months ago

Bob & Barbara Carlile

Bob & Barbara Carlile

In memory of John Moga 6 months ago

Margaret Clapp

Margaret Clapp

6 months ago