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1 BROWNE; VIOLA D. BRUGGY; MARILYN A.

BUICE; MERLE BURNHAM; BETTY BURT; 2 KENNETH BYRNE; MICHAEL CAFFERATA, TRUSTEE FOR JENKIN FAMILY TRUST; JOSEPH 3 AND BARBARA CALVO; CAROL CAMPBELL; GERALD R. AND MARY C. CAMPBELL; JOAN 4 CAMPBELL; COLE B. AND BOBBIE J. CANNON; DONNA M. CANO; GENEVIEVE PATRICIA 5 CARBINE; ROBERT H. CARRIGAN; DANI CARROLL FOR CLAUDE CARROLL; CARLOS K. 6 AND CAROLYN S. CARVAJAL; DOLORES A. AND JESSE L. CASTILLO; GLORIA BENJAMIN AND 7 LUIS CASTRO; JAMES L. AND GLENNA J. CATTERMOLE; TONY AND MARY ELLEN 8 CAVANAS; OSCAR AND OLIVIA CHAPA; JUANITA CHAPDELAINE; JOHN G. AND VIRGINIA A. 9 CHARGIN; VINA M. CHARTER; MICHAEL J. AND MARIA CHAVEZ; NORMA K. CHIMENTI; WYNG 10 CHINN; TERESA CHOI; JOSEPH D. AND MAUREEN A. CLARK; LOUISE R. CLARK; 11 RICHARD WHITMAN AND MARILYN YVONNE CLARK; MILTON COATE; DONALD AND 12 GERALDINE COELHO; ROSALYN AND SANDRA COLING; RUTH CONCANNON; AGNES M. COOK; 13 WILLIAM COURTRIGHT; NANCY M. CRAMBLETT; EDWIN B. AND JESSICA A. CRANDALL; DAVID H. 14 AND HENRIETTA CRAWFORD; DEAN CRAWFORD; TINA CALHOUN AND ROBERT 15 CRAWFORD; JOHN AND EVA CUMMING; GEORGE W AND KATHERINE CURTIS; WAYNE 16 AND NORMA CUTRELL; LANA JO CUVA; SHERRIL DALE; JAMES AND DOROTHY 17 DARLING; ERIKA DASANBIAGIO; LEONARD A. AND LORETTA DAVIS; MARCIA DAVIS; ROBERT 18 AND BETTY DEAN; AURORA DEASES; FRANK DEBORBA; GEORGE AND WILDA DEMPSEY; 19 KENNETH O. HOWARD FOR MILDRED DEPATEAS; JAMES M. DESALLES FOR 20 CAROLINE DESALLES; PATRICIA DICKINSON; VINNIE DICORTASSO; DONALD A. DOOLEY; 21 MARGO ULIS FOR ROSE ARMIDA DORAN; NELAND G. AND L. ARDEAN DOUGHTY; 22 MICHAEL J. DRADY; EDWARD AND MAXINE DUARTE; DOLAN R. AND MAXINE L. DUNKS; 23 THELMA DUNN; DONALD H. AND SHARON M. DUPRIEST; DAVID M. AND NITA J. EAKIN; LESLIE 24 A. AND LUCIA L. EASTERDAY; JOHN EASTERLY; SANDRA EDWARDS; CHARLES ELLINGTON; 25 JAMES ELLIOTT; HELEN EMERY; GLORIA Q. EMPIZO; ELDORA G. ENFANTINO; PETE G. 26 ESTRADA; SANDRA EVANS; JOHN B. EVART; SHIRLEY T. FAIRLEY; VIRGINIA G. FANNING; 27 THOMAS P. FARRELL; VIRGINIA FEGLEY; MURIEL B. FINN; ALICE J. FISHER; JACQUIE 28 FLECKLIN; ANNE C. FOLEY FOR ESTATE -2Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

1 TIMOTHY FOLEY; MILDRED H. FONG; IRWIN W. FORTIN; MARY E. FOWLER; BENJAMIN AND 2 MARIANNE FRATICELLI; CRISANTO E. GABRIEL; THOMAS F. GALBREATH; HARRY F. AND BETTY 3 A. GALLO; RUTH J. GARCIA; MELVA GASS; MICHAEL L. GEER FOR JUNE WRAY GEER; LYLE 4 R. AND SHIRLEY A. GEERTSON; CLYDE AND MILDRED GENTRY; DEBORAH G. MATTOS FOR 5 DOROTHY GERTH; DONNA M. GERVAIS; BARBARA E. GIERTZ; DONALD GILLETT FOR 6 IRENE GILLETT; BEN M. GOFF; RUFINA M. GONDEN; LAVERNE GRAHAM; BUDDIE AND 7 ELISE GRAN; THEODORE F. GRAVER; GERRY GREENFIELD; FRED LEROY AND LUCILLE B. 8 GREENLEE; FRANCES H. BROWN AND JAMES D. GREGORY; ANNIE AND DEBRA GREY; BARBARA 9 J. GRIEVE; CLAYTON VERN AND CLAUDIA ELAINE GRIFFITH; BARBARA J. GROSS; 10 RICHARD J. GUERRERO; VICKY GUEVARA; DE ETTA L. GUITON; MARGARET L. HAASE; 11 WALDEMAR AND VALERIE HACCOU; HOWARD N. AND JOYCE HALL; LESTER LEROY AND 12 DOROTHY ANN HANSEN; MERYLIN AND WANDA HANSEN; HARRIS M. HANSON; NEAL AND 13 SUSAN HARDMAN; ROLLIN HARLOW; CARL R. AND MARGARET HARRIS; DANIEL G. HARRIS; 14 LILJA SORENSSON AND NORM HARRIS; KENNETH HARTMAN; GEORGE AND MARY 15 HAVEL; ROBERT C. AND MICKEY HAWES; FRANK D. HAYES; EARL B. HELVEY; IVER AND 16 ZOLA HENDRICKSON; BETTY HERNANDEZ; THOMAS M. AND JOAN RAE HERNANDEZ; 17 RAYANN D. HESS; ANN HEWETT; MELVIN L. AND ESTELLE HILLIER; ROBERTA L. HINTON; 18 YVONNE B. YOUNG AND ELIZABETH V. HOBERMAN; ELEANOR HOLT; SHIRLEY HOLT; 19 LYNN E. HORN; KENNETH O. AND JANICE B. HOWARD; BRENTLY F. AND CAROL J. HUBBARD; 20 EVA M. HUMISTON; BRUCE W. AND HAZEL C. HUMPHERYS; JOAN E. HUTCHINGS; NED AND 21 FRANCES HYATT; LISELOTTE IMMEL; LENARD AND DORIS JACKSON; DOLLY AND SAM JANG; 22 KARL SR. AND DOLORES JARONE; CYRIL JENSEN; JEAN JOHNSON; BETTY M. JONES; 23 DENNIS AND SHARON JONES; ELIZABETH J. AND DEAN JONES; PATRICIA JONES FOR ATHA 24 E. WHALEN; ARTURO R. AND PRISCILLA M. JOSE; ROBERT AND ROSE JUKA; JANE JURGES; 25 FRANK AND HEIDEMARIE KANELLIS; EVA F. JONES AND KAROLYN S KARAMCHANDANI; 26 BARBARA A. KARLIN; WILLIAM KEELTY; SALLY A. KING; CLIFFORD O. AND REBBECA J. KIRBY; 27 JOSEPH J. AND MARJORIE A. KLEIN; BONNIE A. KNOEDLER; KATHY ROMANKO-SPOHR FOR 28 CLARA KOCH; HAROLD L. KOEHN; FREDRICH C. -3Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

1 AND JEANETTE L. KOHLMEIER; MERCEDES M. RIVERA AND RUTH M. KOSEBA; REBECCA 2 KROLOP; DELBERT AND BARBARA KRON; BILL EADS FOR WILLIAM R. KUHNZ; BIRGITTA 3 KULLGREN; GEORGENE T. LA PORTA; MARJORIE A. EPLETT FOR KAREN ANNE LANE; 4 RAY S. LANE; CARLOTTA J. LANGE; JOHN P. AND NIRA LANTSBERGER; CARL AND JEAN 5 LARSON; PATRICIA DILEONARDO FOR MERRIE M. LAWLOR; HELLMUTH AND NORMA LEBHERZ; 6 BESSIE Y. LEE; LISBON R. AND GLADYS S. LEECH; ROSALIE D. LEWIS; ROSALIE D. LEWIS; 7 WILLIAM AND JULIA LIND; ELIZABETH LINN; STEVE A. LOPEZ JR.; MARILYN J. LOVEALL; 8 MICHAEL P. AND BONNIE J. LOWRY; AVELINO AND JEAN LUCERO; MICHAEL AND WANDA 9 LUCIANI; EDWARD B. MACDONNELL; EDWIN AND RUTHANNE MACK; JULIE J. MADONIA; 10 TIMOTHY MADRID; FRANK AND RUTH MAGYAR; EVELYN A. MAHON; MARGARET MALMBERG; 11 ALFONSO P. MANALILI; BENJAMIN P. AND VENERANDA V. MANUEL; SHARON MARDIAN; 12 BRIAN P. MARK; JESSE AND CECILIA MARQUEZ; ROBERT AND JUDITH MARSHALL; LEROY D. 13 AND SHIRLEY A. MARVIN; DON E. MASON; ELIZABETH J. AND NANCY MASTORAS; CHERYL 14 MAXWELL; JAMES AND NADIA MAXWELL; CLYDE T. AND BETTY L. MCCORMICK; JOE JR. AND 15 PATRICIA E. MCKNIGHT; ROSEMARY AND GERALDINE MCKNIGHT; BRIAN AND KAREN 16 MCMAHON; FRANCES MARILYN MCREYNOLDS; GERALD AND MARY MCSWEENEY; DONALD E. 17 AND DOROTHY D. MENDENHALL; KELLY MEREDITH-SAUNDERS; PAM O'BRIEN FOR 18 GEORGE MERJIL; GARY MERKEL; LOIS M. AND JANICE E. MIGNONE; DILAFIRUZ MILLER; 19 DOROTHY B. MILLER; DOROTHY B. MILLER; DOROTHY B. MILLER; DOUGLAS AND GAIL 20 MIRESKI; CHARLES W. MITCHELL; MARVIN B. AND ANNETTE S. MITCHELL; SHIRLEY 21 MITCHELL; JACQUELINE ALLEN AND LOUIS MOIRANO; DORIS MONTGOMERY; GORDON L. 22 AND BEVERLY A. MOODY; BEATTA L. MOORE; FRANCIS E. AND CHERYL Z. MOORE; RANDALL 23 AND JEANNETTE MOORE; ROBERT L. AND CARRIE J. MOORE; VERNON R. AND JUDITH S. 24 MORDECAI; ROBERT EDGAR MORRIS; EDWARD AND INGEBORG MOSER; MAEBELLE MOSHER; 25 SHERI MOWER; ALBERT R. MULLER; MARCELLA MURPHY; ROBERT V. AND JUDITH A. MURPHY; 26 NANCY NARDONI; WILLIAM AND IONA NEALIS; PATTY MACCAUGHEY FOR JOSEPH NEIHOUSE; 27 VERNON AND PATSY NELSEN; CYNTHIA L NELSON; R. BRUCE AND DOLORES I. NEVIN; 28 ROBERT L. AND GENEVIEVE R. NEWBERRY; -4Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

1 ROY AND ADELINE NICHOLAS; JERRY ELLIS AND JEAN MARIE NOEL; BARBARA AND MARLIN 2 NUSBAUM; WALTER OBERHAUS; WALTER OFDENKAMP; JOHN AND DORALENE OLIVER; 3 BRUCE ORSER; DANA CLOUTIER, TRUSTEE FOR ROBERT ORTIZ; RAYMOND B. ORTIZ; 4 SUSAN M. ORTIZ; MARIA E. OSBORN; JOHN PACE; FELICITAS A. PADILLA; KERLENE A. 5 PADILLA; MAHESH J. AND VEENA M. PANCHAL; RICHARD AND RACHEL PARKISON; KAREN O. 6 PATERA; GEARY H. PENA; PATRICIA K. AND HIRAM W. PENDERGRASS; EDMOND V. AND 7 TERESA C. PERRYMAN; BARBARA J. PETERS; EDWARD AND SHIRLEY PETRALLI; HAROLD R. 8 PEWITT; BETTY I. PHILLIPS; KAREN ENTRIKEN FOR BILLY C. PHILLIPS; DONALD G. AND JULIA J. 9 PHINNEY; JOSEPH AND JOANN PIDD; ALICE VALES FOR ALBERT PINON; MARNELL POLL; 10 MIGUEL AND LAURA POSADA; MYRTLE D. POSEY; BETTY L. POWELL; VERNICE PRATER; 11 WALTER PRAWICKI; GERALDINE B. PRICE; KENNETH W. AND. MARJORIE C. PRIDMORE; 12 STEVEN M. SARSI FOR GOLDIE F. PRUSMACK; STEPHEN PURPURA FOR IRENE PURPURA; 13 CONFESORA QUILES AND PATRICIA RAMIREZ; VANDA B. RAPINCHUK AND BARBARA ANN 14 RAPINCHUK-ILOSKY; MAURINE A. REAGAN; WILLIAM REALS; JOE REED; RAE PASSIE REED; 15 JOHN REEDER; BARBARA CHENEY FOR WAHNITA D. REID; PAUL AND GISELA M. 16 REMPEN; JANICE L. REPP; LYDIA M. REYES; CARROL L. AND MILDRED C. REYMAN; RELIO 17 AND SUSIE REYNA; GENEVA RICHARDS; RACHEL RINCON; JOHN W. PACE FOR VIVIAN 18 ROBERTSON; ALEC AND TERRI ROBINSON; FRANK C. AND LORI JEAN ROBINSON-HATTEN; 19 EARL T. ROIDER SR.; TIMM AND PATRICIA ROLEK; RUSSELL AND CHRISTI ROSE; ROBERT 20 AND NANCY ROSEN; OLIVE M. ROSEWALL; GLENDA Y. AND HAROLD ROSS; RONALD A. 21 ROSS; MARY LOU KLAUER FOR SOLEDAD Z. RUIZ; ELAINE MONTES-ARTHUR FOR ANNE E. 22 RUSINKO; RYOKO SACKETT; PERCY SAMPER; DIXIE EDGE AND TINA SANOR; STEPHEN 23 SANTUCCI; DALE AND DONNA SASSMAN; FLORENCE F. SAWYER; SHERI AND STEVE 24 HOUSE FOR ROSEANN SAYLER; JACQUELINE SAYLES; ANNA SCHAFFNER; DOROTHY 25 SCHELLER; KENENE K. SCHMIDT FOR KENNETH SCHMIDT; ROGER S. SCHNEIDER; RAYMOND T. 26 AND JOYCE L. SCHRAGE; LLOYD D. SCHROEDER; CRAIG AND JEANNE SCHULTZ; 27 DONALD AND TERRY SCHWARTZ; PEGGY J. AND DENNIS SELIG; WINONA L. SEVERSON; 28 MARJORIE SHAMGOCHIAN; BRIAN SHIROYAMA; -5Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

1 JOHN AND JOANN SHOULDERS; GLORIA SILVA FOR CONCHA SILVA; JOE SILVA; RICHARD 2 SLYE; DONALD G. SMITH; TROY M. HANEY AND WANDA SMITH; LINDA G. QUINN FOR ALTA M. 3 SMITHSON; PHYLLIS RABIN FOR FRANCES SMULOWITZ; JOSEPH E. AND DORA K. 4 SORDILLO; CHRISTINA F. SPRONG; YOLANDA STANEART; WILLIAM GLENN STAPLETON; 5 DANNY STEAKLEY; EILEEN STEFFES; CHARLENE L. STEPHENS FOR CHARLES F. 6 STEPHENS; CECIL AND EVELYN STEPPE; LOTTE STEURER; CAROLYN AND RONALD 7 STEVENSON; FRANCIS STEVENSON; DONNA J. MOORE AND LEA ANN STORTS; JESSIE LUCILLE 8 STORY; BONNIE J. STOUT; ANGELINA AND TOM STRAUB; NORMAN J. AND DANIELLE L. STRONG; 9 WENDY SPARACINO FOR IRENE SUESS; MAURICE AND PATRICIA SWEATT; MICHAEL J. 10 SWEELEY; ARMIDA TAFOYA; MARION TAKEI-TAKEMURA; MELROY AND MAROLYN 11 TEIGEN; MARGARET L. TELLO; MARY THAYER; MARGARET V. THOMAS; JAMES N. AND CORINE 12 G. THORNTON; DONALD TIPTON; EMMA L. TIPTON; IRENE TOMASA; DONALD A. AND 13 AUDREY TOMEI; GERARDO TORREGROSA; RANDY TOYOSHIMA; SUYEKO TOYOSHIMA; 14 CURTIS W. TRITCHKA; JAMES T. AND MAY TSUDA; T.C. TURNER; WILLARD AND DOLORES 15 TURNER; MARGO AND JOHN ULIS; ROLAND J. VALDEZ; ANN VALLE; ERNEST VANORDER AND 16 JUDITH BAUTISTA FOR GLADYS VAN ORDER; ROBERT AND MEDELINE VANZELF; RICHARD 17 AND DELIA VIDAL; FRANK AND MARIA VILLASENOR; ROMEO C. AND PURITA B. 18 VILLEGAS; ROBERT T. VOGEL; ROBERT AND LOIS NAOMI VOYLES; FERN A. THIEN AND 19 BARBARA A. WADDLE; HAROLD AND ANNA WAGNER; EDITH M. WALKER; LYNN AND JEFF 20 WALKER; CHERYL WATANABE FOR MARY WATANABE; ETHEL A. WATERMAN; HENRY L. 21 WATSCHKE; JUANITA WATTS; JOHN WEBB FOR REGGIE WEBB; ARNOLD M. AND BETTY J. 22 WEBER; HELEN WEBER; DAVID WEILER; JOSEPHINE WENTWORTH; LUCAS AND NELLA 23 WENTZEL; ANN WHIPPLE; FORREST L. AND NORMA WHITE; RICHARD WHITE; GUY AND 24 BARBARA WHITENER; COLLIN B. WICK; CAROLE J. COLGAN FOR GARY G.D. WIEMER; RONALD 25 W. AND KAY WILINSKI; ELDEN B. AND DOLORES I. WILLIAMS; ROGER AND SHIRLEY WILLIAMS; 26 JOHN AND REBECCA WILLIAMSON; PETER H. WILLIS FOR HENRY WILLIS; LYNNE WILLS; 27 LAWRENCE WIPPEL; JULIE WISEMAN, FOR BENEFIT OF JUDITH AND SOL WISEMAN, 28 BENEFICIARIES OF THE WISEMAN FAMILY -6Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

1 TRUST; EDWIN AND NANCY WOLF; JUDITH WOLFE; MARTIN AND MARY WORMUTH; 2 WILLIAM AND KAREN YOUNG; PATRICIA YU; HAROLD ZANDER; AMY B. ZERA; and EDNA 3 ZISSLER, 4 5 v. 6 DEBRA BOWEN, in her official capacity as California Secretary of State; and DOES 1 through 100, 7 inclusive, 8 9 10 Plaintiffs Lawrence Nier, Robert Rendon and the remaining 478 individuals, 11 (collectively referred to as "Plaintiffs") demanding trial by jury of those issues triable by 12 jury, complain and allege as follows: 13 14 INTRODUCTION 15 1. 16 corporation into spending thousands of dollars on a scam, they turned for help to the 17 California Secretary of State, who runs a fund to help victims of corporate fraud. Many of 18 those seniors were turned away by the Secretary because she did not believe they had 19 actually lost any of the money they claim to have lost. In essence, the Secretary did not 20 believe those seniors were victims at all, even though the California Attorney General had 21 already prosecuted Senior Care Advocates, Inc. for fraud and even though a federal court 22 had already entered judgments in favor of all the seniors. 23 2. 24 claims of more than 280 of the 480 victims, while agreeing to compensate the other 203 25 seniors only a fraction of the value of their losses. To make matters worse, even the 203 26 seniors the Secretary has agreed to pay have not received the restitution promised. 27 Meanwhile, the Secretary is in charge of a fund designed to help victims of corporate fraud 28 -7Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

Plaintiffs,

Defendants.

When more than 500 California senior citizens were tricked by a California

After two years of bureaucratic delay, the Secretary ultimately denied the

1 which has taken in almost $15 million from corporate registration fees and had paid out 2 only a tiny fraction of that amount to victims. 3 3. By this action, the plaintiffs seek to require the Secretary to pay restitution, as

4 required by the statutes and regulations governing the Fund, to the 282 victims and to pay 5 the outstanding restitution owed the other 203 claims. 6 7 8 4. PARTIES, VENUE AND JURISDICTION All 480 Plaintiffs are natural persons over the age of 18 years. Pursuant to

9 C.C.P. 422.40, all of those plaintiffs are listed in the caption. Pursuant to that same 10 section, the caption form for all subsequent pleadings will include only the first parties on 11 each side, with an appropriate indication of other parties. 12 5. At the time when all the wrongful acts as alleged herein were committed, all

13 Plaintiffs were residents of various counties throughout all of California, ranging from 14 Humboldt County in the north to San Diego County in the South. For example, plaintiff 15 Lawrence Nier was at all relevant times, a resident of Los Angeles County whose claim for 16 $13,775 the Secretary denied on November 17, 2011. Mr. Niers dealings with Senior 17 Care Advocates, Inc. (SCA) occurred at his home in Los Angeles County and he signed 18 a contract with SCA at his home. 19 6. Plaintiff Robert Rendon was, at all relevant time, a resident of Los Angeles

20 County whose claim for $6,000. Mr. Rendon accepted an offer of restitution from the 21 Secretary on March 29, 2012, but has yet to receive the full amount of that restitution. Mr. 22 Rendons dealings with Senior Care Advocates, Inc. (SCA) occurred at his home in Los 23 Angeles County and he signed a contract with SCA at his home. 24 7. Because of the large number of plaintiffs, it would be impractical to list them

25 all individually in this complaint. Exhibit A to this complaint lists all of the plaintiffs that are 26 parties to the First Cause of Action. Exhibit B to this complaint lists all of the plaintiffs that 27 are parties to the Second Cause of Action. 28 /// -8Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

8.

Defendant Debra Bowen is the Secretary of State of California and is

2 charged by statute with administering the Victims of Corporate Fraud Compensation Fund 3 (the"Fund"). The regulations implementing the Fund, specifically including California Code 4 of Regulations 22512, authorize an action against the Secretary of State seeking an order 5 requiring payment out of the Fund. The Secretary of State is sued in her official capacity 6 only. 7 9. Defendants DOES 1 through 100, inclusive, are sued herein under fictitious

8 names. Their true names and capacities are unknown to Plaintiffs. When their true names 9 and capacities are ascertained, Plaintiffs will amend this Complaint by inserting their true 10 names and capacities. Plaintiffs are informed and believe and thereon allege that each of 11 the fictitiously named Defendants are responsible in some manner for the occurrences 12 herein alleged, and that the Plaintiffs' damages were proximately caused by those 13 Defendants. (All the defendants are hereafter sometimes collectively referred to herein as 14 "Defendants.") 15 10. Plaintiffs are informed and believe and thereon allege that, at all times

16 material hereto and mentioned herein, each Defendant sued herein was the agent, 17 servant, employer, joint venturer, partner, co-obligor of a public duty, alias and/or alter ego 18 of each of the remaining Defendants and was at all times, acting within the purpose and 19 scope of such employment, agency, servitude, obligation and/or alter ego and with the 20 authority, consent, approval, control, influence and ratification of each of the remaining 21 Defendants sued herein. 22 11. Jurisdiction is proper in this Court under California Code of Regulations,

23 22512, because the underlying judgment giving rise to this complaint was rendered by a 24 federal Bankruptcy Court. 25 12. Venue is proper in this Court under California Code of Regulations, 22512,

26 in that some of the Plaintiffs are residents of Los Angeles County and some of the acts of 27 corporate fraud that formed the basis the underlying claims occurred in this County. 28 Accordingly, the underlying claims could have been brought in this County. -9Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

1 2 13.

HISTORY OF THE FUND The Victims of Corporate Fraud Compensation Fund was established by the

3 Legislature starting in 2003. Corporations Code 1502.5 created the Fund and gave 4 authority to administer it to the Secretary of State. That same section also empowered the 5 Secretary to "adopt regulations regarding the administration of the fund and the eligibility of 6 victims to receive compensation from the fund." 7 14. It is funded by a five-dollar ($5) disclosure fee paid by corporations when

8 filing the annual statement required by Corporations Code 1502(a). One-half of the five9 dollar ($5) fee is deposited into the Fund. That money in the fund is to be used for the sole 10 purpose of providing restitution to the victims of a corporate fraud. To achieve that 11 purpose, the Legislature mandated that the money in the fund be continuously 12 appropriated to the Secretary of State for the purposes authorized by the statute. 13 15. The portion of the disclosure fee that goes into the Fund generates

14 approximately $1.5 million annually. From its inception in 2003, that fee has generated 15 approximately $15 million. Despite the continuous appropriation of the fee into the Fund, 16 and despite the statutory mandate that the Fund be used solely for the purpose of 17 providing restitution to victims of corporate fraud, when plaintiffs filed their claims with the 18 Secretary in 2010, less than $100,000 had been paid out of the fund to victims in its 8-year 19 existence; less than 1% of the money collected for victim's restitution. The money in the 20 Fund simply accumulated, unspent on any victims of corporate fraud, until the State 21 "borrowed" $10 million from the fund as part of the 2010 budget. That money has never 22 been repaid. 23 24 25 16. THE CLAIMS SUBMITTED BY THE PLAINTIFFS On May 14, 2010, these elderly plaintiffs submitted their claims to the Fund.

26 All of those claims arose from dealings with Senior Care Advocates, Inc., a company that 27 was run for many years by well-known Roseville-based attorney and Medi-Cal "specialist" 28 James Walker. - 10 Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

17.

While Senior Care Advocates promised to help individuals "qualify" for

2 Medi-Cal, the truth is there is no such thing as "qualifying" for Medi-Cal. An individual is 3 either eligible for Medi-Cal or is not eligible, depending on their financial situation and 4 disposing of assets or other methods of "qualifying" suggested by Senior Care Advocates 5 are not permissible. 6 18. Senior Care Advocates was able to prey on the fear of elderly individuals

7 who were told that they would lose everything, be kicked out of their house and would 8 never be able to afford any kind of assisted living facility unless they "qualified" for 9 Medi-Cal through Senior Care Advocates. 10 19. The cost of that qualifying was, in many cases, more than $20,000 per

11 individual. Senior Care Advocates sold their various scam services for many years to 12 thousands of victims. 13 20. Eventually, the Attorney General launched an investigation of Senior Care

14 Advocates and found that Walker, through his company, had engaged in unfair business 15 practices, including misrepresentation that services were worth "more than their true 16 nominal value" and available "for life." 17 21. No criminal charges were filed and Walker did not admit any wrongdoing, but

18 a permanent injunction and final judgment reached in May 2008 restricted the way he did 19 business. Walker was assessed a civil penalty of $165,000, payable monthly over three 20 years, and an additional fine of up to $110,000 if his income exceeded a certain amount. 21 Walker stopped paying the civil penalty in November 2008, and he never made enough to 22 qualify for the additional fine. 23 22. Walker and Senior Care Advocates shortly followed shortly thereafter with a

24 bankruptcy filing. All of the elderly claimants here were listed by Senior Care Advocates 25 as creditors on the bankruptcy filing. Because any claims those claimants might have 26 would be discharged in bankruptcy, all of them joined together in four separate lawsuits 27 filed in the bankruptcy court against Senior Care Advocates. Senior Care Advocates had 28 no assets at this point and did not defend the lawsuits. - 11 Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

23.

Ultimately, the Chief Judge of the Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of

2 California, Judge Klein, issued default judgments for all 500 or so claimants and 3 specifically found that fraud had occurred: "I am satisfied that the debtor, through its 4 agents, did make material representations to the plaintiffs, that the representations were 5 false (and) that the debtor's purpose in making the misrepresentations was to deceive the 6 creditor in each case." 7 24. Judge Klein later found that neither Senior Care Advocates nor Walker

8 individually had any assets to satisfy any of the judgments against them (there were a 9 large number of creditors in addition to these claimants, including, for example, Senior 10 Care Advocates, Inc.'s landlord, several suppliers, a former attorney, etc.). 11 25. Once the fraud judgments had been issued and there were no assets to pay

12 those judgments, these plaintiffs submitted their claims for restitution under the Fund to the 13 Secretary of State for compensation under the VCFCF. The claims were promptly rejected 14 as incomplete on a variety of grounds. From that point forward, the plaintiffs provided 6 15 additional submissions to the Secretary, consisting of many thousands of pages of 16 documents, all gathered at great time and expense. 17 26. Ultimately, the Secretary separated the claims into two different categories.

18 The first group includes the 282 plaintiffs listed on Exhibit A. For those plaintiffs, the 19 Secretary simply denied the claims on the dubious grounds that those 282 plaintiffs failed 20 to provide adequate documentation of out-of-pocket loss. The Secretary insisted that all 21 480 plaintiffs, many of whom wrote checks more than 10 years ago, provide both the front 22 AND BACK of the checks they wrote to prove that they were negotiated or provide other 23 proof of actual loss such as a credit card statement or a bank statement showing the 24 payemnt. 25 27. Not only is this ludicrous position nowhere supported by the regulations, it

26 flies in the face of the bankruptcy court's finding that each of the plaintiffs had been 27 damaged in the amounts sought. 28 /// - 12 Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

28.

It also suggests that the plaintiffs' applications to the Secretary, which were

2 submitted under the penalty of perjury, were fraudulent. Because the vast majority of the 3 plaintiffs submitted several additional statements over the ensuing months in support of 4 their applications to the Secretary, again under the penalty of perjury, it further suggests 5 that those plaintiffs repeatedly perjured themselves in statements to the Secretary about 6 their losses. 7 29. The second group includes the 203 plaintiffs listed on Exhibit B. For those

8 plaintiffs, the Secretary made offers of restitution for some portion of their losses. All but 9 two of those plaintiffs accepted the Secretary's offers. The average amount owed to each 10 of the 203 plaintiffs is approximately $9,000. Despite offering to pay restitution to the 11 group of 203 plaintiffs, and despite the acceptances of those offers by those 203 plaintiffs, 12 none of those plaintiffs have yet been paid all of the restitution due them, and a number of 13 those plaintiffs have not been paid anything. Apparently there is no money available in the 14 Fund, despite its nature as a continuously appropriated Fund, and the Secretary is unable 15 to determine when any additional money will be available to pay the 203 plaintiffs the 16 money that is owed them. 17 18 19 20 21 30. FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION Pursuant to C.C.R. 22512 for an Order Directing Payment Out of the Victims of Corporate Fraud Compensation Fund (By Plaintiffs listed on Exhibit A Only) Plaintiff incorporates by reference the allegations of paragraphs 1 through

22 29, inclusive, above. 23 31. The 282 plaintiffs in this cause of action have all submitted claims to the

24 Fund under C.C.R. 22501. 25 /// 26 /// 27 /// 28 /// - 13 Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

32.

The 282 plaintiffs in this cause of action have completed all of the

2 requirements of C.C.R. 22501 to qualify for payment from the Fund. 3 33. The 282 plaintiffs in this cause of action have complied with all of the notice

4 requirements of C.C.R. 22503 to qualify for payment from the Fund. 5 34. On or after November 15, 2011, the Secretary of State issued a final decision

6 denying the applications of all of the 282 plaintiffs in this cause of action pursuant to 7 C.C.R. 22508. 8 35. Pursuant to C.C.R. 22512, the 282 plaintiffs in this cause of action allege

9 that the Secretary of State wrongfully denied their claims and hereby apply for an Order 10 Directing Payment Out of the Victims of Corporate Fraud Compensation Fund based upon 11 the grounds and in the amounts set forth in those plaintiffs applications to the Secretary of 12 State. 13 36. In prosecuting this action for the enforcement of important rights affecting the

14 public interest, Plaintiffs seeks to recover their attorneys' fees under (I) 1021.5 of the 15 Code of Civil Procedure, and/or (ii) the "common fund" doctrine available to a prevailing 16 plaintiff who confers a benefit on the general public. 17 18 19 20 21 37. SECOND CAUSE OF ACTION For Violation of Elder Financial Protection under Welfare and Institutions Code 15610.07; (By Plaintiffs listed on Exhibit B Only) Plaintiff incorporates by reference the allegations of paragraphs 1 through

22 36, inclusive, above. 23 38. All of the plaintiffs herein are "elders" over 65 years of age at the time of the

24 claims at issue. Defendants knew and understood that each of the plaintiffs were elders 25 when they agreed to pay them restitution from the Fund. 26 39. Notwithstanding their having such information and knowledge, the Secretary

27 violated Welfare & Institutions Code 15610.07, by failing to pay to the plaintiffs the 28 /// - 14 Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

1 money that was due them by agreement for a purpose not in the due and lawful execution 2 of the Secretary's obligations. 3 40. As a direct, proximate and legal result of Defendants' acts and omissions, as

4 alleged herein, the plaintiffs incurred expenses and financial losses. Plaintiffs are entitled 5 to an award of damages in an amount to be proven at trial. As a further direct, legal and 6 proximate result of Defendants' conduct, Plaintiff has incurred and will continue to incur 7 attorneys' fees and related expenses in an amount to be proven at trial and are entitled to 8 recover those fees under Welfare and Institutions Code 15657. 9 Prayer 10 WHEREFORE, Plaintiffs pray for judgment as follows:

11 On First Cause of Action 12 1. For an Order Directing Payment Out of the Victims of Corporate Fraud

13 Compensation Fund based upon the grounds and in the amounts set forth in those 14 plaintiffs applications to the Secretary of State; 15 2. In prosecuting this action for the enforcement of important rights affecting the

16 public interest, Plaintiffs seek to recover attorneys' fees under (I) 1021.5 of the Code of 17 Civil Procedure, and/or (ii) under the "common fund" doctrine available to a prevailing 18 plaintiff who wins restitutionary relief for the general public; 19 On Second Cause of Action 20 21 3. 4. For compensatory damages in an amount to be proven at trial; For attorney's fees as allowed by Welfare and Institutions Code 15657;

22 On All Causes of Action 23 24 25 /// 26 /// 27 /// 28 /// - 15 Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

5. 6.

For pre-judgment interest on the principal sum as allowed by law; For costs of suit herein;

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7. 8.

For reasonable attorneys' fees and costs; and For such other relief as the Court may deem or determine just and

3 appropriate. 4 5 DATED: May 15, 2012 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 - 16 Complaint for Order Directing Payment out of the VCFC Fund and for Damages

MAJORS & FOX LLP

By: Lawrence J. Salisbury Attorneys for Plaintiffs Lawrence Nier, Robert Rendon, et al.

ATTACHMENT A 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. Joyce Abbott Alberto Aguilar Miguel S. and Mildred Agustin Frank Airehart Richard and Barbara Anderson Ernest E. Andrews for Maria V. Andrews Joseph W. Ardent Anita T. Armada Dolores M. Bartee Jonathan Beall Robert Berhnes for Hazel R. Behrnes Arlene Blades James Bonney and Beverly White Melvin J. Borden and Vivian M. Morreira William D. and Mary M. Borum Jena Bouvion Joan Boyd, Trustee for Matilda Arbini Family Trust Leslie Farinias for Dwaine Brachias Brachias Shirley Breitmaier Isabel Brevard Chuck Bridewell for Estafania M. Bridewell Velma Bridges Betty Louise Brown Marilyn A. Buice Merle Burnham Betty Burt Kenneth Byrne Michael Cafferata, Trustee for Jenkin Family Trust Joseph and Barbara Calvo Gerald R. and Mary C. Campbell Cole B. and Bobbie J. Cannon Carlos K. and Carolyn S. Carvajal Dolores A. and Jesse L. Castillo Juanita Chapdelaine Teresa Choi Louise R. Clark Milton Coate Donald and Geraldine Coelho Rosalyn and Sandra Coling William Courtright 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. David H. and Henrietta Crawford Tina Calhoun and Robert Crawford John and Eva Cumming George W and Katherine Curtis Wayne and Norma Cutrell Sherril Dale James and Dorothy Darling Leonard A. and Loretta Davis Marcia Davis Aurora Deases Frank DeBorba James M. DeSalles for Caroline DeSalles Vinnie Dicortasso Donald A. Dooley Margo Ulis for Rose Armida Doran Neland G. and L. Ardean Doughty Michael J. Drady Edward and Maxine Duarte Donald H. and Sharon M. DuPriest David M. and Nita J. Eakin John Easterly Sandra Edwards Charles Ellington Helen Emery Eldora G. Enfantino Pete G. Estrada Sandra Evans John B. Evart Shirley T. Fairley Thomas P. Farrell Virginia Fegley Muriel B. Finn Jacquie Flecklin Anne C. Foley for Estate of Timothy Foley Mary E. Fowler Benjamin and Marianne Fraticelli Thomas F. Galbreath Harry F. and Betty A. Gallo Ruth J. Garcia Michael L. Geer for June Wray Geer Lyle R. and Shirley A. Geertson Deborah G. Mattos for Dorothy Gerth Donna M. Gervais Barbara E. Giertz

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Donald Gillett for Irene Gillett Ben M. Goff Rufina M. Gonden Gerry Greenfield Frances H. Brown and James D. Gregory Annie and Debra Grey Barbara J. Grieve Richard J. Guerrero De Etta L. Guiton Margaret L. Haase Waldemar and Valerie Haccou Howard N. and Joyce Hall Harris M. Hanson Lilja Sorensson and Norm Harris Kenneth Hartman George and Mary Havel Frank D. Hayes Earl B. Helvey Iver and Zola Hendrickson Betty Hernandez Thomas M. and Joan Rae Hernandez Melvin L. and Estelle Hillier Roberta L. Hinton Yvonne B. Young and Elizabeth V. Hoberman Eleanor Holt Shirley Holt Brently F. and Carol J. Hubbard Eva M. Humiston Joan E. Hutchings Lenard and Doris Jackson Cyril Jensen Jean Johnson Arturo R. and Priscilla M. Jose Robert and Rose Juka Jane Jurges Frank and Heidemarie Kanellis Eva F. Jones and Karolyn S Karamchandani Barbara A. Karlin William Keelty Clifford O. and Rebbeca J. Kirby Joseph J. and Marjorie A. Klein Fredrich C. and Jeanette L. Kohlmeier Mercedes M. Rivera and Ruth M. Koseba Delbert and Barbara Kron

129. Bill Eads for William R. Kuhnz 130. Georgene T. La Porta 131. Marjorie A. Eplett for Karen Anne Lane 132. Ray S. Lane 133. John P. and Nira Lantsberger 134. Carl and Jean Larson 135. Patricia DiLeonardo for Merrie M. Lawlor 136. Lisbon R. and Gladys S. Leech 137. Rosalie D. Lewis 138. Rosalie D. Lewis 139. William and Julia Lind 140. Marilyn J. Loveall 141. Michael P. and Bonnie J. Lowry 142. Avelino and Jean Lucero 143. Edward B. MacDonnell 144. Edwin and Ruthanne Mack 145. Timothy Madrid 146. Margaret Malmberg 147. Alfonso P. Manalili 148. Leroy D. and Shirley A. Marvin 149. Elizabeth J. and Nancy Mastoras 150. James and Nadia Maxwell 151. Rosemary and Geraldine McKnight 152. Brian and Karen McMahon 153. Frances Marilyn McReynolds 154. Gerald and Mary McSweeney 155. Pam O'Brien for George Merjil 156. Gary Merkel 157. Lois M. and Janice E. Mignone 158. Dilafiruz Miller 159. Dorothy B. Miller 160. Charles W. Mitchell 161. Jacqueline Allen and Louis Moirano 162. Doris Montgomery 163. Beatta L. Moore 164. Francis E. and Cheryl Z. Moore 165. Robert L. and Carrie J. Moore 166. Vernon R. and Judith S. Mordecai 167. Edward and Ingeborg Moser 168. Maebelle Mosher 169. Sheri Mower 170. Albert R. Muller 171. Marcella Murphy 172. Robert V. and Judith A. Murphy 173. William and Iona Nealis

174. Patty MacCaughey for Joseph Neihouse 175. R. Bruce and Dolores I. Nevin 176. Robert L. and Genevieve R. Newberry 177. Lawrence Nier 178. Jerry Ellis and Jean Marie Noel 179. Walter Oberhaus 180. John and Doralene Oliver 181. John Pace 182. Kerlene A. Padilla 183. Geary H. Pena 184. Patricia K. and Hiram W. Pendergrass 185. Barbara J. Peters 186. Karen Entriken for Billy C. Phillips 187. Marnell Poll 188. Miguel and Laura Posada 189. Betty L. Powell 190. Vernice Prater 191. Walter Prawicki 192. Geraldine B. Price 193. Kenneth W. and. Marjorie C. Pridmore 194. Steven M. Sarsi for Goldie F. Prusmack 195. Stephen Purpura for Irene Purpura 196. Confesora Quiles and Patricia Ramirez 197. Vanda B. Rapinchuk and Barbara Ann Rapinchuk-Ilosky 198. Joe Reed 199. Rae Passie Reed 200. Barbara Cheney for Wahnita D. Reid 201. Paul and Gisela M. Rempen 202. Janice L. Repp 203. Geneva Richards 204. Rachel Rincon 205. John W. Pace for Vivian Robertson 206. Alec and Terri Robinson 207. Frank C. and Lori Jean RobinsonHatten 208. Timm and Patricia Rolek 209. Russell and Christi Rose 210. Olive M. Rosewall 211. Ronald A. Ross 212. Mary Lou Klauer for Soledad Z. Ruiz 213. Ryoko Sackett 214. Percy Samper 215. Dixie Edge and Tina Sanor 216. Stephen Santucci

217. Florence F. Sawyer 218. Jacqueline Sayles 219. Kenene K. Schmidt for Kenneth Schmidt 220. Roger S. Schneider 221. Raymond T. and Joyce L. Schrage 222. Craig and Jeanne Schultz 223. Donald and Terry Schwartz 224. Winona L. Severson 225. Marjorie Shamgochian 226. John and Joann Shoulders 227. Gloria Silva for Concha Silva 228. Joe Silva 229. Richard Slye 230. Linda G. Quinn for Alta M. Smithson 231. Christina F. Sprong 232. Yolanda Staneart 233. William Glenn Stapleton 234. Eileen Steffes 235. Donna J. Moore and Lea Ann Storts 236. Jessie Lucille Story 237. Angelina and Tom Straub 238. Norman J. and Danielle L. Strong 239. Maurice and Patricia Sweatt 240. Michael J. Sweeley 241. Melroy and Marolyn Teigen 242. Mary Thayer 243. Margaret V. Thomas 244. James N. and Corine G. Thornton 245. Emma L. Tipton 246. Irene Tomasa 247. Gerardo Torregrosa 248. Curtis W. Tritchka 249. James T. and May Tsuda 250. Margo and John Ulis 251. Roland J. Valdez 252. Ann Valle 253. Ernest VanOrder and Judith Bautista for Gladys Van Order 254. Robert and Medeline Vanzelf 255. Richard and Delia Vidal 256. Frank and Maria Villasenor 257. Romeo C. and Purita B. Villegas 258. Robert and Lois Naomi Voyles 259. Edith M. Walker 260. Cheryl Watanabe for Mary Watanabe 261. Ethel A. Waterman

262. 263. 264. 265. 266. 267. 268. 269. 270. 271. 272. 273.

Juanita Watts John Webb for Reggie Webb Helen Weber David Weiler Josephine Wentworth Lucas and Nella Wentzel Ann Whipple Forrest L. and Norma White Richard White Collin B. Wick Elden B. and Dolores I. Williams John and Rebecca Williamson

274. Peter H. Willis for Henry Willis 275. Lawrence Wippel 276. Julie Wiseman, for benefit of Judith and Sol Wiseman, beneficiaries of the Wiseman Family Trust 277. Edwin and Nancy Wolf 278. Martin and Mary Wormuth 279. William and Karen Young 280. Patricia Yu 281. Harold Zander 282. Edna Zissler

ATTACHMENT B 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. Lucille Airehart William Albertini Patricia K. Albertsen Othella L. Anderson Victor M. and Dolores J. Arnold Rita Bachmann Maxine G. Bagnall Jack L. and Betty J. Baker Eugene R. and Christina T. Balantac Petra Barreda Frederick and Shirley Beeson Vicki and Bruce Betteridge Anna and Janusz Bitner Michael and Marla Boris Edith Roberta Ann Boucher Edith Roberta Ann Boucher Lucy E. Bowen Earl and Cynthia Boynton Catherine J. Bray John and Ruth Breckenridge Bill Brewer for Veda Brewer Mary E. and Billy D. Brewer Ronald E and Linda A Brewer Samuel E. Brock Gordon Brown Gloria E. Browne Viola D. Bruggy Carol Campbell Joan Campbell Donna M. Cano Genevieve Patricia Carbine Robert H. Carrigan Dani Carroll for Claude Carroll Gloria Benjamin and Luis Castro James L. and Glenna J. Cattermole Tony and Mary Ellen Cavanas Oscar and Olivia Chapa John G. and Virginia A. Chargin Vina M. Charter Michael J. and Maria Chavez Norma K. Chimenti Wyng Chinn Joseph D. and Maureen A. Clark Richard Whitman and Marilyn Yvonne Clark 45. Ruth Concannon 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. Agnes M. Cook Nancy M. Cramblett Edwin B. and Jessica A. Crandall Dean Crawford Lana Jo Cuva Erika Dasanbiagio Robert and Betty Dean George and Wilda Dempsey Kenneth O. Howard for Mildred DePateas Patricia Dickinson Dolan R. and Maxine L. Dunks Thelma Dunn Leslie A. and Lucia L. Easterday James Elliott Gloria Q. Empizo Virginia G. Fanning Alice J. Fisher Mildred H. Fong Irwin W. Fortin Crisanto E. Gabriel Melva Gass Clyde and Mildred Gentry Laverne Graham Buddie and Elise Gran Theodore F. Graver Fred Leroy and Lucille B. Greenlee Clayton Vern and Claudia Elaine Griffith Barbara J. Gross Vicky Guevara Lester Leroy and Dorothy Ann Hansen Merylin and Wanda Hansen Neal and Susan Hardman Rollin Harlow Carl R. and Margaret Harris Daniel G. Harris Robert C. and Mickey Hawes Rayann D. Hess Ann Hewett Lynn E. Horn Kenneth O. and Janice B. Howard Bruce W. and Hazel C. Humpherys Ned and Frances Hyatt Liselotte Immel Dolly and Sam Jang

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Karl Sr. and Dolores Jarone Betty M. Jones Dennis and Sharon Jones Elizabeth J. and Dean Jones Patricia Jones for Atha E. Whalen Sally A. King Bonnie A. Knoedler Kathy Romanko-Spohr for Clara Koch Harold L. Koehn Rebecca Krolop Birgitta Kullgren Carlotta J. Lange Hellmuth and Norma Lebherz Bessie Y. Lee Elizabeth Linn Steve A. Lopez Jr. Michael and Wanda Luciani Julie J. Madonia Frank and Ruth Magyar Evelyn A. Mahon Benjamin P. and Veneranda V. Manuel Sharon Mardian Brian P. Mark Jesse and Cecilia Marquez Robert and Judith Marshall Don E. Mason Cheryl Maxwell Clyde T. and Betty L. McCormick Joe Jr. and Patricia E. McKnight Donald E. and Dorothy D. Mendenhall Kelly Meredith-Saunders Dorothy B. Miller Dorothy B. Miller Douglas and Gail Mireski Marvin B. and Annette S. Mitchell Shirley Mitchell Gordon L. and Beverly A. Moody Randall and Jeannette Moore Robert Edgar Morris Nancy Nardoni Vernon and Patsy Nelsen Cynthia L Nelson Roy and Adeline Nicholas Barbara and Marlin Nusbaum Walter Ofdenkamp Bruce Orser Dana Cloutier, Trustee for Robert Ortiz

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Raymond B. Ortiz Susan M. Ortiz Maria E. Osborn Felicitas A. Padilla Mahesh J. and Veena M. Panchal Richard and Rachel Parkison Karen O. Patera Edmond V. and Teresa C. Perryman Edward and Shirley Petralli Harold R. Pewitt Betty I. Phillips Donald G. and Julia J. Phinney Joseph and JoAnn Pidd Alice Vales for Albert Pinon Myrtle D. Posey Maurine A. Reagan William Reals John Reeder Robert Rendon Lydia M. Reyes Carrol L. and Mildred C. Reyman Relio and Susie Reyna Earl T. Roider Sr. Robert and Nancy Rosen Glenda Y. and Harold Ross Elaine Montes-Arthur for Anne E. Rusinko Dale and Donna Sassman Sheri and Steve House for RoseAnn Sayler Anna Schaffner Dorothy Scheller Lloyd D. Schroeder Peggy J. and Dennis Selig Brian Shiroyama Donald G. Smith Troy M. Haney and Wanda Smith Phyllis Rabin for Frances Smulowitz Joseph E. and Dora K. Sordillo Danny Steakley Charlene L. Stephens for Charles F. Stephens Cecil and Evelyn Steppe Lotte Steurer Carolyn and Ronald Stevenson Francis Stevenson Bonnie J. Stout Wendy Sparacino for Irene Suess

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Armida Tafoya Marion Takei-Takemura Margaret L. Tello Donald Tipton Donald A. and Audrey Tomei Randy Toyoshima Suyeko Toyoshima T.C. Turner Willard and Dolores Turner Robert T. Vogel Fern A. Thien and Barbara A. Waddle Harold and Anna Wagner

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Lynn and Jeff Walker Henry L. Watschke Arnold M. and Betty J. Weber Guy and Barbara Whitener Carole J. Colgan for Gary G.D. Wiemer Ronald W. and Kay Wilinski Roger and Shirley Williams Lynne Wills Judith Wolfe Amy B. Zera