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Donors Name
In Memory Of
Joanne Alleger
Florence Haukedahl Songer
Robert A. Butterfield
Kay Butterfield
Mrs. Lynn Hupp
Lynn Hupp
Mrs. Mary Alice Canon
The Son of Mr. Garland Stutzman
David & Jeannie Dulle
Cindy Vache
Beth Diriks
Jerold Carton
Wayne Tenebaum
Jerold Carton
Rhonda Meyer
Jerold Carton
John and Linda Widel
Jerold Carton
Charles & Wendy Brock
Jerold Carton
Mr. & Mrs. Art Jacobi
Jerold Carton
James & Barb Thompson
Jerold Carton
Tim & Linda Donovan
Jerold Carton
Stan & Karen Swisher
Jerold Carton
Dale & Virginia Zank
Jerold Carton
D. Mikel Elder
Jerold Carton
John & Jacqueline Carton
Jerold Carton
Pahlo Art Gallery
Jerold Carton
Garry Cobb
Jerold Carton
Bob & Judy Golec
Jerold Carton
Ms. Audrey Wienstock
Jerold Carton
Mr. & Mrs. George Ashford
Jerold Carton
Dick & Ellie Butterfield
Jerold Carton
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Butterfield
Jerold Carton
The Cloon Law Firm
Jerold Carton
Ja;y Flekier
Jerold Carton
Nina Bailey
Nettie Brewer
William & Elizabeth Wilt
Jerold Carton
James Crossland
Phyllis Crossland
Peckham & Wright Architects
Jerold Carton
Paul & Kim Ratcliffe
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Suzanne F. Dunbar
Jerold Carton
Ms. Neva Simion
Jack - May 15, 2009
Mrs. Pearl Walser
Jerold Carton
Steve & Doris Mikesell
Jerold Carton
Lt. Co. USAF Ret.
Jerold Carton
Genevive Vaught
Jerold Carton
Sue & Ray Voorhees
Ruth Vorhees
Janet Silkwood
Carl Silkwood
Hal & Geri Aguirre
Jerold Carton
Neal Ridenour
Jerold Carton
Richard Spencer
Jerold Carton
Harold Swart
Jerold Carton
Gerard C. Bishop
Jerold Carton
Mrs. Ethelene H. Catron
Frank A. Hedrick
Mrs. Ethelene H. Catron
Harry D. Catron
Eugene Baker - Church of Christ Martha Baker
Bob & Judy Golec
Craig Rarick
Salema Bishop
Robert E. Bishop
Donors Name
Robert Burke
Gertrude L. Rodig
H. F. & Sharon Mills
Nila Ingrahm & Bill
Greg & Linda Roberts
In Honor Of
Liz Burke
Winifred Weissmueller
Jackie Carton’s Retirement
Jacki Carton’s Retirement
Harol Clark - Happy Father’s Day
Donors Name
In Memory Of
Errol E. Erickson
Burt & Cecilia Seingruby
Mr. Vester Keesee
Ms. Carol Vaughan
B. Louis and Sandra Decker
Judee Letourneau Mabry
Ms. Joan Rothenhoefer
Bryan & Katie Huff
Nila Ingrahm
Pamela Deutsch
Mrs. Juanita Roehrs
Carolyn Donovan
San & Karen Swisher
Barbara Mayfield
Marthe & Charles Hird
Mark & Sandra Hutchinson
Ron & Connie Latimer
Haz-Mat Response
Diane Dudenhoeffer
Mental Health Assoc. of Saline County
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Stewart
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Smith
Mr & Mrs. Wayne A. Tenenbaum
Ruth Powers
Tara & Jeffrey Donovan
Mr. & Mrs. Meagher
H. F. & Sharon Mills
Robert & Judy Clemons
Wes Cummings
Bernice White - Katie Kueck
Dr. & Mrs. Dick Rayner
Col. Howard Carter
George & Shirley Baxter
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Walter
Donald Stiner
Theresa E. Chenoweth
Loren J. Totusek
Carl Narsasian
Marla Dionese
Joyce Walker
LeRoy Hahn
Linda Pringle
Nina Bryan
Diana Chapel
Ronald & Ethelene H. Catron
Mrs. Ethelene H. Catron
Mrs. Ethelene H. Catron
Hilary Andrews
Fred & Leslie Utlaut
Arthur Wright
My Parents
Ruby Lee Keesee
Myrtle Pauley
Ethel F. Decker
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Lois Cummings
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Omah Silkwood
Clovice Hahn
Jerold Carton
Doris Bryan
Jerold Carton
Dollie C. Hedrick
Dollie Lee Tucker
Jerold Carton
Jerold Carton
Harold R. Clark
Donors Name
Pauline Parker
Bill & Vi Irvin
Mr. & Mrs. Terry Matuszak
Dr. Peter Gray, DDS
Carl & Valerie Narsasian
In Honor Of
Ellie & Dick Butterfield
The BYS Staff
Frank Kojtek
Jacki Carton’s Retirement
Jacki Carton’s Retirement
We are thrilled to announce that Aimee Vance is
the new BYS Art Therapist. Aimee has a
passion for art and has studied under Jerry Carton
since 1998 when she started to work at BYS. Most
recently, Aimee has been supervisor of the Day
Treatment Program.
Jerry would be happy to know his Studio is in
able hands.
The Family
Caring for Missouri Children Since 1963
July 2009
From Barb’s Desk
I heard a bittersweet story last week
about a boy living at one of our ranches.
For several days Joe asked if he could
have some M&M's. There wasn't any candy
at the ranch and the staff told Joe there
Now, we do three meals a day, family
style. Then there are planned snacks. And
fruit is available most of the time. During
the summer months the schedule is a little
more relaxed, but even then the kids can
eat frequently. The fare is good, nutritious
food. We probably didn't apologize to Joe
for not having the candy-we probably just
offered him an alternative.
The back story here is that Joe broke
his glasses earlier in the week. This was his
second pair of glasses in a month's time.
This pair broke when he and another
resident were goofing around. The glasses fell to the floor and were
accidentally mangled underfoot. Since it takes a few days to get glasses
repaired or replaced, Joe went through several days when he could see only
poorly. What he thought was a big bag of peanut M&Ms perched atop the
counter in the staff work area was actually an employee's bright yellow
Our kids come to Butterfield with many needs: Glasses are just one
possibility. Some of the children have never seen a dentist. Most need their
immunizations updated. A few must see specialists for particular medical
conditions. Many have little clothing in their possession. And of course, kids are
always growing so they need new underwear, summer and winter clothing,
shoes, coats. . . These are some of the physical needs-then there are the
emotional needs: security, safety, love.
With you as our partner in caring, we are able to provide for the physical and
emotional needs of the children entrusted to us. BYS needs your financial gifts
now more than ever. Every contribution helps! Thank you for your support.
Barb Mayfield, MAEd, LPC, LCSW
Executive Director
Give us a call at 1-800-430-2253 or 1-660-886-2253
Donations can be made securely on-line at
As I write, the pleasant cool
days of spring and early summer
have passed and the unrelenting
heat of summer has descended
on Marshall, MO. With the
temperature expected to be 90
and above all week, and
nighttime dropping only to 80, we have
been presented with challenges.
Our Family Therapy Center is a
sprawling complex that includes our
School, Administration, Gymnasium,
Cafeteria and our Clinical Therapists. The
Boys & Girls ICR's are also connected to
the complex, which houses 20 children.
Built in the early 90's, we were aware that
the heating & cooling units would need to
be replaced. We were preparing a budget
and working on a replacement schedule
for the 24 units that need to be replaced at a cost of thousands per unit!
It started in May….air conditioning down in the school, and it has
continued with 1-3 units going down every week. It seems they are wired
together like Christmas lights and are going out as if they are in a series.
Fortunately our staff is flexible; they have endured with fans…some of the
children will be dispersed to other ranches for a few days until we can get the
new units up and running. It is not the end of the world, but it is a disruption of
schedule for kids who need stability in their lives….it is difficult to think when
you are working in the heat in an office that was never intended to be used
without air conditiong.
It seems every month there is another plea….and we are grateful to our
friends who help us keep the doors open. This is a need that doesn't pull at
the heart strings, it's not clothes for the kids or Christmas gifts…. It's a
mundane operation expense that is unbudgeted. We appreciate the gift to
restricted funds, but sometimes we need money for the more basic expenses.
Can you help us with a gift of Cool Cash?
It would be greatly appreciated. Have a wonderful and safe 4th of July.
Best Regards,
Garry Cobb
Director of Development
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. I
would be more than happy to speak to your group or club. I can be
contacted at 660-886-2253 or by Email at [email protected]
Butterfield Youth Services
Mission Statement
It is the mission of Butterfield Youth Services
to advocate for and provide compassionate
care and exemplary treatment for children
and families at their place of need.
Butterfield Youth Services
Vision Statement
Our hope is for all children to be loved,
educated, confident, responsible, and
emotionally prepared for tomorrow.