The 2011 campaign finances for Eileen Weir’s election for District 4 Independence City Council were inadvertently left out in an article Thursday.

The 2011 campaign finances for Eileen Weir’s election for District 4 Independence City Council were inadvertently left out in an article Thursday.

The following reflects a total of the financial contributions filed in October and in December 2011 for Committee to Elect Eileen Weir. Contributions from individuals who gave more than once were added together, although some of them may have also given contributions during the different reporting periods in 2012. Individuals or businesses are in Independence, unless otherwise noted.  

$10 – Brian Morse, minister.
$20 – Alan Davison, Davison Properties.
$25 – Thomas Weir, Blue Ridge Bank & Trust banker; Judith Johnson, retired; Edwin and Sue Russel, retired; Toni Donaldson, homemaker; Helen French, retired; Paul Broome, automobile dealer, Grain Valley; Ronald and Carol Brumbaugh, retired; Roberta Coker, retired; Joanne Bolger, retired; Fran Wagner, retired.
$40 – Jolie Austin, teacher; J. Bradley Pace, attorney, Fairway, Kan.; Waunita Moore, retired.
$50 – Jane Taylor, homemaker; Byron Constance, attorney; V’s Italiano Ristorante; Jacqueline Sommer, attorney at law; Lana White, retired; James and Judy Austin, retired; Bruce Reed, Stouse Inc. chief operating officer, Kansas City; Dave Mayta, retired; Shirley Holder, homemaker; Betty Snapp, retired; Carol Pothier, retired, Binghamton, N.Y.; John Wear, retired; Ronald Bruch, retired; Nina Anders, self-employed; Ron Finke, financial adviser; Mark Simcosky, insurance agent; Bill and Shirley Baker, retired; Dr. Donald and Barbara Potts, retired; Carol Sue Bass, retired, Lee’s Summit; Judith Bates, independent mechanical services; Lloyd Briggs, retired; Greg Finke, financial planner.
$75 – James Gamble, architect.
$100 – Hap Graff, Blue Ridge Bank & Trust marketing, Lake Tapawingo; Kathryn Harvel, Children’s Mercy Hospital director of major gifts, Lee’s Summit; George Lopez, mortgage banker, Kansas City; Joanne Cable, homemaker, Lee’s Summit; Beth Kapke, retired; William Bundschu, retired; Lee Williams, librarian; Catherine Altmann, retired, Binghamton, N.Y.; Weir AC Inc., Kansas City; BM ODonnell, retired; Laura Vernon, Andrew Drumm Institute employee, Lee’s Summit; Robert Henley, retired; Barbara Martin, professor; Maureen Kennedy, retired; Brad Speaks, funeral director; Michele Crumbaugh, nutrition services; Nancy Kimak, Kimak Pest Control, Blue Springs; Elaine Franklin, King Kong Properties; Jason White, consultant; David Renehan, retired, Spring Lake, N.J.; Margaret Normile, retired, Asheville, N.C.; Robin Reed, retired, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Patricia Garney, homemaker, Kansas City; Elizabeth Akel, homemaker, Binghamton, N.Y.; Donna Pittman, self-employed; Patricia Merman, retired, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Mary Ellen Normile, self-employed, Lone Tree, Co.; Kathryn Normile, homemaker, Binghamton, N.Y.; Bryan Renehan, attorney, Darnestown, Md.; Helen Hatridge, retired, Lee’s Summit; Robert Moore, historian, Overland Park, Kan.; James Elias, dentist, Lake Winnebago, Mo.; Joseph Flick, Blue Ridge Bank & Trust Co.; Stacie Short, self-employed; Jack Cardwell, Cardwell & Associates; 3S Investment Co. LLC; Jill Esry, homemaker; Jerry Kacheroski, retired; Lois McDonald, nonprofit development.
$150 – Susan Carter, homemaker, Prospect, Ky.; K. Martin Kuny, attorney, Blue Springs.
$200 – Ron Yale, retired; Ronald Eiman, retired; Kevin Pistilli, Wyco Hotel Partners LLC, Kansas City; Nancy Esry, homemaker.  
$250 – Sheila Normile, market research, San Francisco; Dennis Taylor, pilot; Norman Humphrey Jr., retired; Christie Geier Pratt, homemaker, Boston; Buford Farrington, attorney, Lee’s Summit; Karen DeLuccie, attorney.
$275 – Elaine Normile, historian, St. Petersburg, Fla.
$500 – Silverstein Eye Centers, Kansas City; Callahan for Missouri.
$650 – Committee to Elect Tom McDonald.
$750 – Allen Lefko, Grain Valley banker.
$1,000 – Robert Weir, retired.