Individuals Supporting Disarm Now Plowshares

Daniel Berrigan, S.J.
Bill Quigley, Legal Director, Center for Constitutional Rights and Professor of Law,
…….Loyola Univ.
Mairead Maguire, Nobel Peace Laureate, Ireland
Kathy Kelly, Voices For Creative Nonviolence, Chicago, Illinois
Bishop Thomas J. Gumbleton, Detroit, MI
Martin Sheen, Actor/Activist, Malibu, CA
Thomas Rogers, Captain, U.S. Navy, Retired, Poulsbo, WA
Sr. Maureen Foltz, CCV, Washington, DC

Bob Graf, Nonviolent Cow
Sallie Shawl, Washington State
Melissa Hansell, Kelly Avenue Catholic Worker of Half Moon Bay, California
Ellen Barfield, Phil Berrigan Memorial Chapter Vets for Peace, Baltimore MD
Sheila Baker, California
Linda LeTendre, Saratoga Peace Alliance, Saratoga Springs, NY
Mike Wisniewski, Los Angeles Catholic Worker, Santa Clara, California
Bob Aldridge, Pacific Life Research Center, Santa Clara, California
Janet Aldridge, Pacific Life Community, California
Michael Murphy, musician

Stephen V. Kobasa, Trident Information Network, New Haven, CT
Joseph E. Mulligan, S.J., Christian Base Communities of Nicaragua
Sebastian Dahlgren, Sweden
Rosalie Riegle, Evanston, ILL
Brian Larken, Trident Ploughshares, Faslane, Scotland
Jane Tallents, Trident Ploughshares, Faslane, Scotland
Ak Malten, Director, Pro Peaceful Energy Use, Netherlands
Max Obuszewski, National Campaign for Nonviolence Resistance, Baltimore MD
Maria Alwine, NCNR, Pledge of Resistance, Baltimore MD
David Swanson, AfterDowningStreet

R. Hugh Drummond
Kate Chatfield, San Bruno Catholic Worker, CA
Peter Stiehler, San Bruno Catholic Worker, CA
Cookie Anderson
Chester Collins, Redwood Valley, CA
Dave Hall, Seattle, WA
Gabrielle Welford, PhD, Ukiah, CA
Edward Egan
Bro. John Mahoney, Baltimore MD
Dave Van Etten, former Jesuit, San Jose, CA

Mary Ann Van Etten, former Sister of Loretto, San Jose, CA
Maxina Ventura, Global Peace Farmers, CA
Martin Smedjeback, Peace Activist, nonviolent trainer, Mjolby, Sweden
Tom Hastings, Whitefeather Peace House, Portland OR
Cindy Farquhar, Baltimore, MD
Larry Purcell, Redwood City Catholic Worker, Redwood City, CA
Greg Boertje-Obed, Duluth Catholic Worker, Duluth, MN
Carl-Magnus Hoglund, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Chrissy Nesbitt, Baltimore, MD
Michael S. Berg, Norfolk, VA

Michael R. Saso, Virginia
Morgan Zo-Callahan, Rosemead, CA
Carol Coakley, VA
June Eisley, Wilmington, DE
Annie Elfing
Eden Coughlin, Baltimore, MD
Kathleen Rumpf, Syracuse, NY
Karl Meyer, Nashville Greenlands
Steve Clemens
King Collins, Ukiah, CA

Dr. Dan Meyer
Bob Bossie, SCJ, 8th Day Center
Michael Gayman, Oakland Catholic Worker, CA
Elton Davis
Jeffrey Weiss, Director, Catholic Peace Ministry, Des Moines, IA
Paki Wieland, MA
Peter Murmane, Waihopai Ploughshares, New Zealand
Leonard Eiger
Ellen Naney
Jim Consedine, Christ Church, New Zealand

Maggie Hall
David Hartsough, Peaceworkers, S.F. CA
Mary Beth Sullivan, Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space, ME
John Firth, Morgan Hill, CA
Keith Heltsley, Portland, OR
David McReynolds, NY
Per Herngren, Sweden
Matthias Reichl, Center for Encounters and Active Nonviolence, Austria
Tim Musser, Pax Christi, Cleveland, Ohio
Kevin Hall, Senior Researcher, Antiwar.com

Bernd Buescher, Kana Community, Dortmund, Germany
Sabine Buescher, Kana Community, Dortmund, Germany
Karna Linden, Society of Friends, Orebro, Sweden
Bernard de Witte, Trident Ploughshares, Belgium
Arnold Dekker, UK
David Mackenzie, Tillicoultry, Scotland
B(William Sullivan), Cinema Verite International, India
Liza Palmgren
Jerry Ebner, Omaha Catholic Worker, NE
Harry Owens, Jr. MD

Ethan Vesely-Flad
Nicholas Pickrell, Chevith Brook Catholic Worker
Terri Shofner, Peaceforce, Oregon
Greg Mello, Los Alamos Study Group, New Mexico
Bob Smith, Brandywind Peace Community, PA
Mona Shaw, Des Moines Catholic Worker, Iowa
Bernadette O’Neill, Fr. Charlie Mulholland Catholic Worker, NC
Jack Hereford
Ralph Madsen
Rachael Shofner, Holy Family Catholic Worker, Kansas City, MO

Rachael Hoffman, Holy Family Catholic Worker, Kansas City, MO
Roberta Thurstin Timmerman
Don Timmerman
Melissa Jameson, Brooklyn, NY
Mila Ostojic, Sverige (Sweden)
Cletus Stein, Amarillo, Texas
Jean Basinger, Denver, CO
Rev. Anne Hall, Seattle, WA
Megan Rice, SHCJ, Nevada Desert Experience, Nevada
Gregory Tabat, Santa Ana, CA

Rev. Katy Zatsick, Roman Catholic Woman Priest, Lexington, KY
Jim Haber, Nevada Desert Experience, Nevada
Alice Slater, Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, NY
Christine Dolph, Minneapolis, MN
Mary Gleysteen, Kingston, WA
Malcolm Chaddock, Poulsbo, WA
Richard Ming Lai, Sacramento, CA
Ming Lai, Sacramento, CA
Cathy Browning
Mark D. Stansbery, Columbus Campaign for Arms Control, OH

Art Laffin, Dorothy Day Catholic Worker, Washington D.C.
Betsy Lamb, Bend, OR
Mark Pilisuk, Ph.D. Berkeley, CA
Martha Hennessy, VT
Ellen Kohjima, Tacoma, WA
Mitch Kohjima, Tacoma, WA
Jonny Zokovitch, Director of Communications, Pax Christi USA
Bo Jacobs, Hiroshima Peace Institute
Alan Sunbeam
Frida Berrigan, NY

Bruce Martin, Trident Conversion Campaign
Bradshaw Cummings
Malachy Kilbride, National Campaign for Nonviolent Resistance, Washington DC
Judith Kelly, Arlington VA
Jose Domingo Ojeda
Bro. Brian McLauchlin, SVD, Techny, IL
Matthew Ochalek, Mary the Apostle Catholic Worker, Erie PA
Joe Morton, Ph.D. Towson, MD
John Lear, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA
Marisela Fleites Lear, Tacoma WA

John Schwechten, Peace Bridges, Inc, Bend, Oregon
Ciaron O’Reilly, Catholic Worker, Australia
Kristen Kosidowski, Seattle, WA
Mark Jensen, Assoc. Prof. of French, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA
Alan Wilkie, Pentland Iona Community Family Group, Scotland
Jenny Maxwell, West Midlands Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, Birmingham, UK
Jo Frew, London, UK
Sylvia Madden, March, Cambridgeshire, U
K
Mark Conroy, Galway, Ireland
Paul O’Toole, Musician, Ireland

Aaron Kennedy, Southwark, London
Kevin Calalan, New Orleans, LA
Patti Bass, Ground Zero Center for Nonviolence , Poulsbo, WA
Shirley Morrison, Seattle Raging Grannies, Ground Zero Center for Nonviolence
Lorraine Stuart, Bend OR
Annette M. Klapstein, Raging Grannies, Bainbridge Island, WA
Emilie Marlinghaus, WAND, Code Pink, Peace Bridges, from Bend, Oregon
Dr. Kathleen Sullivan, Project Director, Hibakusha Stories, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Frances Davis
Linda Shaw

Bruce Armstrong
Justin Morahan, Ireland
Sue Ablau, Ground Zero Center for Nonviolence
Ray Nacanaynay, Veterans for Peace
Dr. Vacy Vlazna, coordinator, Justice for Palestine Matters, Australia
Sarah Melici, Dorothy Day Enactments
Lynn Goodman-Strauss, Mary House Catholic Worker, Austin, Texas
Carolyn Hale, Circle of Friends for Mental Health, Seattle, WA
Sandy Hay, Brisbane, Australia
Culley Palmer, Australia
Katherine Hughes, Syracuse, NY (Support for Dr. Dhafir)

Ulrika Havre, Ofog, Oland, Sweden
Mark Potter, Ph.D. Asst. for Social Ministries, Calif. Provinces of the Society of Jesus
Fr. Bernard Survil, Pax Christi, Greensburg, Pennsylvania
Laurel Sorlie, Bend, Oregon
Father Claude Mostowik MSC, Director, Missionaries of the Sacred Heart Justice and Peace ……Center
Johnny Baranski, Portland WA
Shelly Douglass
Jim Douglass
Joy Goldstein, Vashon, WA
Jessica Morrison, Melbourne, Australia

Peter Wassing, Gothenburg, Sweden
Jackie Hudson, OP, Ground Zero Center for Nonviolence
Aleita Hass-Holcombe
Jessica Arteaga, Tacoma Catholic Worker
Harlan Landon, Tacoma Catholic Worker
William Stocklin, Tacoma Catholic Worker
Peter Roderick, Tacoma Catholic Worke
r
Mark Dellamano
, Los Altos, California
Mark Hoelsken, S.J., Spokane, WA
Bill Sulzman

Sam Tattu, Hermosa Beach, CA
Georgia Tattu, Hermosa Beach, CA
Bill Davis, California
Wayne Knight, Sydney, Australia
Kay McPadden, R.S.J.
Michael Cook, S.J. Professor of Theology, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA
Joseph Fortier, S.J. Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA
Cecelia LaPointe-Gorman, Tacoma, WA
Edwin G. Ehmke,
Catholic Community at Stanford, Menlo Park, CA
Mary Jane Parrine, Catholic Community at Stanford, Menlo Park, CA

Diane Wear, Richmond, CA
Louis Vitale, OFM, Franciscan Friars, Oakland, CA
Peggy Coleman, Pacific Life Community, San Jose, CA
Mary Novak
Ursula Hill, Baltimore, MD
Jean Chapman, Bear Creek, North Carolina
Carol Powell, Pace e Bene, Australia
Rev. Kevin F.X. Duggan, Pastor, Mary Queen of Peace, Sammamish, WA
Rev. David Nagler, Bend, OR
Ron Werner, Jr., Bend, OR

Marlis Beier, Bend, OR
Gretchen Williver, Bend, OR
Rev. W. Daniel Klingler, Bend, OR
Priscilla M. Jones-Marvis, Friends Meeting, Bend, OR
Ruben Subia, Islamic Community, Bend, OR
Robert M. Marvos, Friends Meeting, Bend, OR
Janet Whitney, Peacemakers-Presbyterian, Bend, OR
Ken Bennet, Bend, OR
Dennis DuVall, Prescott Peace Action, Prescott, AZ
Arthur Milholland, M.D., Asst. Professor, University of Maryland, Dept. of
…….Anesthesiology

Ed Kinane, Syracuse, NY
AnnTiffany, Syracuse, NY
Judy Liteky, San Francisco, CA
Mary Casper, Denver, CO
Mary Dean
Br. Fred Mercy, S.J.
, Omak, WA
Sue Gomez, Denver Catholic Worker, Denver, CO
Betty Voss
Nancy Gowan, Witness Against Torture, VA
Tom Carlin, Tacoma, WA

Greg Holloway, Victoria, BC, Canada
Ed Fillenworth, Indianapolis, IN
Valerie Fillenworth, Indianapolis, IN
Mary T. Yelenick, New York, NY
Mike McGuire, Baltimore, MD
Diane Hergott
Hex Kindall, S.J., Regis Community, Gonzaga Univ., Spokane, WA
Ardeth Platte, O.P., Jonah House, Baltimore
Carol Gilbert, O.P., Jonah House, Baltimore
Liz McAlister, Jonah House, Baltimore

Debra Kay Hannula, San Francisco, CA
Steven Eugene Pashay, Vashon Island, WA
Katy Jo Steward, Vashon Island, WA
Tia Ballentine
Kyle Kajihiro, DMZ Hawai’i
John Owen, Olympia, WA
Jessica Suguitan, Queens, NY
Susan Sher, Ukiah, CA
Patrick Bonner
David G.S. Greene, Green Party, Sandy Spring, MD

Anne Greene, Friends Meeting, Sandy Spring, MD
Bryce Brown, Olympia, WA
Alice Zillah, Olympia, WA
Lorraine Schneider, Seattle, WA
John Twohy, Salt Lake City, UT
Fr. Tom McCormick
Peter W. Subda
Rev. Molly Bidwell, Vermont
Fr. Vincent J. Pastro
Peggy Taylor

Zach Taylor
Theresa M. Jeannot, Seattle, WA
Kathy Morefield, Cambodia and Seattle, WA
John Morefield, Cambodia and Seattle, WA
Kristin Freitag, Alberta, Canada
Laurie Tanner
Tom Shea
Kim Wahl, Seattle WA
Bill Wahl, Seattle WA
Margo Shafer, Berkeley CA

Chris Bene, Vancouver, WA
Julie Bene, Vancouver, WA
Willa Bickham, Viva House Catholic Worker, Baltimore, MD
Brendan Walsh, Viva House Catholic Worker, Baltimore, MD

Ken Crowley, National Delegations Organizer, Witness for Peace
Martin Melkonian, Professor of Economics, Hofstra University, Hempstead N.Y.
Jack Cohen-Joppa, Nuclear Resister, Tucson, AZ
Felice Cohen-Joppa, Nuclear Resister, Tucson, AZ
George Kehoe-Ostensen, Hope, Maine
Rev. Robert Rock Rekofly, S.J., Spokane, WA

Culley Palmer, Australia
Pat McCormick, S.L., Sisters of Loretto, Denver, CO
Alice Gerard, Grand Island, NY

Valerie Sklaresky, Activist/Assistant to Martin Sheen, Malibu, CA
Roxy Murray, WA
Joan Wile, Director, Grandmothers Against the War, New York
Susan Weissart
Bill Towhy
Maya Butterfield, Web Design, Fairfax, CA
John Oliver, Phil Berrigan Memorial Chapter of Veterans for Peace, Baltimore, MD

Ruth C. Uppena
Joan Wagers, Floyd, Virginia
Kathleen Desautels, SP, 8th Day Center
William Watts
Jean Basinger, Des Moines, Iowa
Chris Gaunt, Iowa
Erin Sieber
Wendy Leitner-Sieber
Maya Butterfield
Arn Dekker, Pax Christi

Josh Cohen
Sara Paulsen, Port Chester, NY
Geov Parrish, Executive Director, Peace Action of Washington
John Bambrick, Kairos Chicago, White Rose Catholic Worker, Chicago, Ill.
Patricia Segner
Robin Unger
Steve Baggarly, Norfolk Catholic Worker, Norfolk, Virginia
Kim Williams, Norfolk Catholic Worker, Norfolk, Virginia
Pat Gaffney, Coordinator, Pax Christi, UK
David Freitag, Calgary, Canada

Pat McSweeney
Tracy Elazier
Dennis Creese, Boulder, Colorado
Meagan Doty, Chicago, Illinois
Megan Greene
Lyn Dekker, UK
Rev. Louis Arceneaux, C.M.
Katie Varatta, SSJ-TOSF Social Justice Director, Chicago, Illinois
Elizabeth Praefriedt, Jamaica, New York
James Monves, New York

Cathy Breen, Kairos, New York Catholic Worker, New York
Eric Stoner, New York, NY
Alice Hendrickson, NY, New York
Anna T. Brown, Kairos, Jersey City, New Jersey
Rich Sroczynski, Piscataway, New Jersey
Jack Egan, Kairos, Highland Lakes, New Jersey
Edward S. Majian
Jasmine Faustino, Brooklyn, NY
Jonathan Sasmor, Brooklyn, NY
Bryan Farrell, New York, NY

Frank Lalley, New York City, NY
Bud Courtney, New York City, NY
Kathy Boylan, Dorothy Day Catholic Worker, Washington, DC
Eve Tetaz, 8th Day Faith Community, Washington, DC
Joan Wages, Floyd, Virginia
Mary Rider, Fr. Charlie Mulholland Catholic Worker, Garner, NC
Laurence L. Brockman, Durham, North Carolina
Marie DeMott Grady, Ithaca, New York
Tom Joyce, Ithaca New York

Bill Hartman, Brandywine Peace Community, Vineland, N.J.
Ellen Grady, Ithaca Catholic Worker, Ithaca, NY

Curtis Spear, Norfolk Catholic Worker, Norfolk, VA
Clare Grady, Ithaca Catholic Worker, Ithaca, NY
David Ryle, New Jerusalem Now, Philadelphia, PA
Brian Barrett, Baltimore, MD
Bill Ofenloch, Catholic Peace Fellowship, New York City, NY

Heidi Hynes, Bronx, NY
Terrence Fitzgerald, MD, Baltimore, MD
Gwen DuBois, MD, Baltimore, MD
Elizabeth A. Roberts, Bremerton, WA
Catherine Palzkill, Educator, Poulsbo, WA

Joy A. Goldstein, Ground Zero, Vashon, WA
Senji Kanaeda, Nipponzan Myohoji Buddhist Monk, Bainbridge Island, WA
Denny Moore, Ground Zero, Bainbridge Island, WA
Sally Conners
Linda Frank
Bro. Jerry O’Leary CFX, Baltimore, MD
Theresa Rael Kaitis
Dory Myers, Lakebay, WA
Liz Crites, Arizona
Jim Knudson, Tacoma, WA

Sean Bray, Campus Ministry, Seattle Univ. WA
Tarah Kovach, Everett, WA
Jerry Zawada, Tuscon, AZ
Brian Watson, Bremmerton, WA
Sarah Koopman, Bellingham, WA
Bill Kelly, Tacoma, WA
Judy Kelly, Tacoma, WA
Ben Pauli, Tacoma, WA
Bernie Meyer, Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action
Frank Cordero, Des Moines Catholic Worker

Bruce Gagnon, Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space
Edwin G. Ehmke, CA
Chris Williamson Rooney, The Christian Radical, Vancover Catholic Worker, Canada
Dorli Rainey, Seattle WA
Joanie Bichsel, Tacoma, WQ
Mary W. Plante, Lakewood, WA
Molly Gibbs, GI Voice, Olympia, WA
Vivian Kao, Rutgers Univ, Piscataway, New Jersey
Beth Taylor, CSJP, Congregation of Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace
Carrie Little, farmer, WA

Ken Little, farmer, WA
Paul Troyano, New Orleans Catholic Worker
Joe Heeren Mueller, New Orleans Catholic Worker
Katy Heeren Mueller, New Orleans Catholic Worker
Dan Thalen, New Orleans Catholic Worker
Sue Troyano, New Orleans Catholic Worker
Daisy Compton, Healing Arts, Tacoma, WA
Jamie Bertram, Rhodendron, Oregon
Rev. John D. Fuchs, S.J., Tacoma, WA
Ann Gugger, Seattle, WA

Colleen Mulligan
Treye McKinney, Tacoma, WA
Meg Murphy, OP, Tacoma, WA
Ricardo Elford, Arizona
George Rodkey, Tacoma, WQ
Larry DeForrest,
Mary DeForrest
Mark Dellamano
George Bichsel, Snohomish, WA
Frances Crowe, Northhampton Committee to Stop War, Northhampton, MA

Fr. Patrick J. Twohy, S.J., Director of Rocky Mountain Missions, Seattle, WA
Michael Honey, Haley Professor of Humanities, Univ. of WA, Tacoma
Hilda de Nigris, Norwalk, CT
Ben Gorden
Mark Murdock
Terry Bichsel
Joe Power-Drutis, Tacoma, Washington
Kathleen J. Borba, Tacoma, Washington
Necia J. Borba, Tacoma, Washington
Margaret Brookover, First Presbyterian Peacemaking Team, Bend, Oregon

Virginia Graham, First Presbyterian Peacemaking Team, Bend, Oregon
Kerin Tadjuki,
First Presbyterian Peacemaking Team, Bend, Oregon
Philip H. Randall, Central Oregon Peace Network, Bend, Oregon
Margaret Hanson, First Presbyterian Peacemaking Team, Bend, Oregon
Laurel Sorlie, First Presbyterian Peacemaking Team, Bend, Oregon
William G. Padgham, First Presbyterian Peacemaking Team, Bend, Oregon

Eve Doherty, Bend, Oregon
Beth Hanson, Bend, Oregon
Calvin J. Robertson, Groton Long Point, CT
John Silverio, Lincolnville, ME

Susan Silverio, Lincolnville, ME
Susanne F. Hedrich, Pax Christi, Nobleboro, Maine
Heidi Erdman
Carmela St. Pierre, Tacoma Citizen/Activist, Tacoma, WA
Jim McIntosh
Lil Mattingly, MM, Tucson, AZ
Nancy Mairs, Author, Tucson, AZ
Rev. Rendell A. Davis, Tuscon, AZ
Florence V. Davis, Tuscon, AZ
Sean Steele, Austin Texas

Erin Warde, Episcopal Peace Fellowship, Seminary of the Southwest, Austin, TX
Travis Johnson, Epis. Peace Fellowship, Seminary of the Southwest, Austin, TX
Kathleen MacPherson, Austin TX
Sarah Watkins, Organizer, ADAPT
Jessie Smith, Episcopal Peace Fellowship, Seminary of the Southwest, Austin, TX
Gerald KB Eysaman, Architect, Seattle, Washington
Peggy Stretch
Demetra Schwieger, Tacoma, WA
Susanne Perri, O.P., Sisters of St. Dominic, Tacoma, WA
Pat Murphy, Tacoma, WA

Cindy Murphy, Store Owner, Tacoma, WA
Catherine A. Chick, Tacoma, WA
Sarah Karlin-Cole, Eatonville, WA
Karen Havnaer, Journey of Repentance, Tacoma, WA
Ashley Karitis, Documentary Filmmaker, Bend, Oregon
Kristine V. Nebel, United for Peace of Pierce County, Tacoma, WA
Stephen H. Nebel, United for Peace of Pierce County, Tacoma, WA
Joan Staples-Bawm, Program Director, Tacoma, WA
Gregor Smith, St. Leo Parish, Tacoma, WA
Marianne K. Reed, St. Leo Parish, Tacoma WA

Mary C. Hoag, Teacher, Federal Way, WA
Michael Hoag, Scientist-Manager, Weyerhaeuser, Federal Way, WA
Shannon Ronald, Professional organizer/Life Coach, Tacoma, WA
Jeanne A. Garcia, St Leo Church, Tacoma, WA
Patricia A. Coogan, Tacoma, WA
Carol Colleran, Community Organizer, Tacoma WA
James Morgan, Musician, Tacoma, WA
Paula S. Foreman, Tacoma Dominicans, Tacoma, WA
Luciano Garofarlo, L’Arche Tahoma Hope, Tacoma, WA
Judith Jones, Freelance Writer, Tacoma WA

Maureen E. Hiam, Teacher, Tacoma, WA
Jennifer Hiam, Teacher Assistant, Tacoma, WA
Hermine Soler, Farmer, Tacoma, WA
Elizabeth Reed, RN, Tacoma, WA
Amelia Reyes, St. Leo Catholic Church, Tacoma, WA
Beth Taylor, CSJP
Ruth Gallo-Paul, Tacoma, WA
Mike Towey, Teacher, Tacoma WA
Laura Johnson, Social Worker, Victoria, BC, Canada
Michael True, Teacher and Author, Emeritus Professor, Assumption College,Worcester, Mass.

Colleen M. Waterhouse, Tacoma, WA
Rev. Laurence L Goolely, S.J. , Priest River, Idaho
Miles C. Freeman, Ogunquit, Maine
Jane Sanford, Peace & Justice Group of Woldo Co., Belfast, ME
Dana Richter, Ph. D., Copper Country Peace Alliance, Houghton, MI
Samara Joldersma
Lloyd Fillion
Beth Taylor
Glen Anderson
Gerd Brodowski

Rev. Genjo Marienllo, Seattle Zen Temple, Seattle WA
Heidi Gemperle, DVM, St. Patrick’s Parish, Seattle WA
Jennifer M. Farrell, Teacher, Seattle, WA
Patricia W. Farmer, Career Counselor, Seattle, WA
Patricia Siggs, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Joan Trunk, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Ellen Santarelli, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Patricia Peters, Retired Teacher, Seattle WA
Betty Lucas, Seattle WA
Sarah Covert-Bowlds, Ferndale, WA
Chris Covert-Bowlds, MD, Family Doctor, Interfaith Com. Health Ctr, Ferndale, WA

Theresa Edwards, Seattle, Washington
Lisa Dennison, Seattle, Washington
Marian Schwarzenback, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
James Clark, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Jan Thomas, Seattle, WA

Sharie Todd, St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Seattle, WA
Elaine Clark, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle WA
Carole M. Danis, Social Worker, Seattle, WA
Joan Bergman, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Patrick S. Bouker, Teacher, Seattle, WA

Susan Bouker, Homemaker, Seattle, WA
Barbara A. Kearney-Schupp, St. Patrick’s Parish, Seattle, WA
Judith Desmaraes, SP, St Patrick Parish, Seattle, WA
James P. Thomas, Community Organizer, Seattle, WA
John T. Farrell, St Patrick’s Church, Seattle WA

Jeri Renner, O.P., Dominican Sister of Adrian, Seattle, WA
Kevin M. O’Keefe, MD, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Helen T. Brennan, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Maureen Little, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Victoria, Grayland, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA

Aaron Grey, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Sharon Lynch Grey, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Bernadine Westland, Education, Lynnwood, WA
Kathy J. Wilmering, Nurse Practitioner, Seattle WA
Mali Malkandi, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle WA
Colleen Long, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
James Kavanaugh, Seattle, WA
Helen Harris, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
James R. Kinskey, Business Owner, Seattle, WA
Jeanne O’Conner, St. Patrick’s Parish, Seattle, WA

Carol C. Stone, Child, Marriage and Family Therapist, Lake Forest Park, WA
Barbara Ivester, Homemaker, Seattle WA
Dennis Ortblad, Retired, Seattle, WA
Anita D’Amica Barcklou, Teacher, Seattle, WA
Michael W. Olmstead, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Mary C. Speltz, St. Patrick’s Parish, Seattle, WA
Gregory E. Speltz, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Jerry J. Morrison, SOA Watch, FOR, Seattle, WA
Namcy Miller, Seattle, WA
Phelia Lorenzen, Seattle, WA

Patrick Edelbacher, IWW, Tocoma, WA
Leah Coakley, IWW, Tacoma, WA
Rev. Amy Sens, City Coordinator, Lutheran Vol. Corps, Baltimore MD
Carmel L. Mundell, St. Leo Parish, Tacoma, WA
James E. Mundell, St. Leo Parish, Tacoma, WA
Erik Schultz, Pharmaceuticals, Media, PA
Susan Schultz, Consultant, Media, PA
Stacy Cates-Carney, L’Arche Tahoma Hope, Tacoma WA
Georgiana Bichsel Sauer, St. Paul, Minnesota
Bill Orrange, Teacher, Tacoma, WA

Marie Salle Orrange, RN, Tacoma, WA
Mia Niwa, New York, NY
Jean Sundbord, Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action, Seattle, WA
Ed McCartan, Brunswick, ME
Barbara Huber, SC, for Sisters Witness Against War, El Paso, TX
Rev. Jaco B. ten Hove, Unitarian Universalist Minister, Bainbridge Island, WA
Marion Ward, Vancover, WA
Thomas J. Marti, Roman Catholic Priest, Seattle, WA
Juanita D. Schultz, Prof. Emeritas, DCCC, PA
Dr. Donald R. Schultz, Cornville, AZ

Nancy E. Galland, Raging Grannies of Belfast, Stockton Springs, ME
Leah Coakley Tacoma, WA
Maree Cho-Ness, Seattle, WA
Glen Milner, Seattle, WA

Karen Smitherman
Bill Smitherman
Carol Guthrie, RN, Brier, WA
Barbara Hansen, Culture of Peace Committee, Dominican Sisters, Grand Rapids, MI
Joseph Towle, Society of Jesus, New York, NY
Shirley Paul, Substance Abuse Counselor, Tacoma, WA

Brenda Gallo Paul, University Student, Tacoma, WA
Robert George, Tacoma, WA
Deidre Kelly, Victoria, B.C.
Fred Mercy, S.J., Religious Brother in the Society of Jesus, Omak, WA
Sandra Keefe, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Kathleen Tyrrell, St. Patrick’s Parish, Seattle, WA
Silvana R. Hale, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Jeanne O’Connor, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle WA
Walter Santarelli, St. Patrick Church, Seattle, WA
Jeanne Hall, St. Patrick Church, Seattle, WA

Elizabeth M. Hansen, Seattle, WA
George N. Keefe, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Nancy Miller, Seattle, WA
Michelle Lirette, Teacher, Seattle, WA
Debra J. Covert-Bowlds, St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Seattle, WA
Steve Gustaveson, St. Patrick Church, Seattle, WA
Aashild Hammersmark, St. Patrick Church, Seattle, WA
Kathleen Wagner, Interpreter, Seattle, WA
Mary P. Fickes, Social Worker, Seattle, WA
Thomas Star, Student, Seattle, WA

Steven Covert-Bowlds, Student, Ferndale, WA
Geraldine Faley, St. Patrick Church, Seattle, WA
Al Chambard, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Susan D. Gallaugtter, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Sr. Julie A. Codd, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
James Trelinski, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Carlos Herrera, Herrera Environmental Consultants, Inc, Seattle, WA
Helen Talbutt, Retired, Seattle, WA
Pat Clark, Priest, St. Patrick Catholic Church, Seattle, WA
Bridget M. Quinn, St. Patricks, Seattle, WA


Jake Kortz, St. Patrick’s Parish, Seattle, WA
Paul Matronic, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Kathleen Cunningham, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Sean J. Lynch, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
John Lomba, Seattle, WA
Vicky Tiberio, St. Patrick Social Justice Committee, Seattle, WA
Peggy O’Brien-Murphy, St. Patrick’s Church, Seattle, WA
Kate Speltz, Housing Planner, Seattle, WA
Mary An Love
Marion Gallagher

Marc Magisana, Omaha, NE
Connie Noelle
Dean Weaver
Karen Kirkwood
Laura Johnston
Bruce Pringle
Larry Dansinger

Susan Sackinger
Kathleen Desautels, SP,  8th Day Center for Justice
Theresa Power-Drutis, Tacoma, WA
Robert Power-Drutis


58 Responses

  1. The First Commandment is unambiguous. Therefore, U.S. militarism, nuclear weapons in particular, are the gods of metal that we worship and in what we trust for our security. They are the ultimate idolatry, the ultimate blasphemy, thus the ultimate hatred of God and life itself. It is the responsibility of every God-fearing person to not only stand against such diabolical insanity, but do whatever one can to eliminate such abominable policies, such horrendous evil.
    Mike Wisniewski
    Los Angeles Catholic Worker

  2. As members of Trident Ploughshares we join with you all in pledging ourselves to do all we can to resist the use and threat to use nuclear weapons. On this side of the Atlantic we are organizing for the 15 february blockade of Aldermaston. Last night we attended a meeting in a very poor nearby town where some of people who first set up the Faslane Peace Camp in 1982 are now trying to open a Center for Peace and Nonviolence. Their commitment, like yours, was inspiring, a call to action.

  3. Add my name and love to all of you!

    Rosalie Riegle, Neighbors for Peace, Evanston, Illinois

  4. If War and weapons of mass destruction are right than Jesus is wrong. From Syracuse, first home of the Drone…God help us! Love to all of you!

  5. Add me to your support list. Karl

  6. Dear Brothers and Sisters, We are grateful for your action. We support you with all that we are able to do.
    Pray that someone here in the Midwest would like to do a similar action.
    Pax et Bonum
    Illegitimi non carborundum

    Jerry Ebner
    Omaha Catholic Worker

  7. Gregory Tabat, Santa Ana, CA

  8. Add myself, personally, and Nevada Desert Experience as an organization in support of the Disarm Now Plowshares.
    -Jim Haber

  9. National Campaign for Nonviolent Resistance

  10. add my name in support.

  11. A deep bow of support!

    Judith Kelly
    Arlington, VA

  12. Love and solidarity from down under
    Please add my name to support letter
    Ciaron O’Reilly, Catholic Worker, Australia

  13. “the first casualty of war is truth” the politicians lie and
    you tell the truth. thankyou.

  14. I support the Disarm Now ploughshares action in the U.S. on November 2, 2009 at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor.

  15. Thank you for your actions. Solidarity from Australia.

  16. I will not live in a world where people profit from the poverty, pain, suffering, ignorance and fears of other people. You have my support.

  17. Bill and all the others – you are a great inspiration of faithfulness and prophecy for me and us here at “Brot & Rosen” in Germany. Wish you all the best for the time to come, spending your time in an outcast place like Jesus when he was born, Shalom & Salaam,
    Dietrich Gerstner
    P.S. Hope to see you nevertheless again at our European Catholic Worker Gathering!

  18. We are grateful for your step in nonviolence and for your willingness to sacrifice for peace. Each minute is the most important minute in which to take action: thank you for your work and witness.

  19. Please add my name to support letter…..much respect !……cheers from Sydney !!

  20. Thank you for your actions calling attention to the presence of nuclear weapons. Thank you for all you do for peace. I hope that now is the time to rid the world of weapons of mass destruction. Thanks for your nonviolent witness…

  21. I am totally in support of your mission.

  22. Let us all work daily for peace, resist all that leads to war. I support Susan Crane and all those who took part in the November 2, 2009 nonviolent disarmament action at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor where Trident nuclear weapons are stored or deployed on Trident submarines. War ends when weapons are dismantled and people refuse to fight.

    I admire and applaud your courage and remember that “courage” is a word that derives from “coeur,” the French word for “heart.” We need our hearts open and beating strong as we walk the road to peace.

  23. Add my name in support.

  24. Please add our names in support! Sending you warm love and hugs as you vigil in these cold days. Truly you bring light and hope as we enter 2010. Thank you.

    Wendy Leitner-Sieber
    Erin Sieber

  25. Thank you all for this action, … for doing what is RIGHT.
    – Chris Gaunt, Iowa

  26. Wth admiration and appreciation for your action!

  27. I offer my support to the letter and for all we can do to promote peace and the end of war.

  28. Please put my name on the Disarm Plowshares Now
    support letter

  29. I commend you for your prophetic and courageous stance for peace. Thank you.

  30. Add me to your sign on list

  31. you have my support

  32. Thanks for adding me to the list of supporters, and I offer my love, prayers, and gratitude for your courageous action…

  33. Blessings on your work!

  34. Supporting our Prophets for Peace
    Than you all!

  35. Blessings in the struggle!
    Rev. Amy Sens
    City Coordinator, Lutheran Volunteer Corps
    Baltimore, MD

  36. Please add me to your support list: Marc Magisana, father of five, in Omaha, Nebraska. Susan Crane you are the bomb! (if you’ll forgive the double entendre)

  37. Thank you for your example of living Gospel values and for your courageous actions for peace and justice.

  38. We support the nonviolent disarmament action that took place on November 2, 2009 at the Kitsap-Bangor Base– such power of destruction in such a beautiful place. Thank you Bix, Steve, Anne, Lynne and Susan for acting on behalf of us all.

  39. In my work and prayer I’ll keep you company,
    thankful for your witness to the peace of Christ.

  40. Please add my name in support of the nonviolent disarmament action at the Kitsap-Bangor Base. In solidarity, Kathleen Desautels, SP of the 8th Day Center for Justice

  41. Please add my name to those supporting the Disarm Now Plowshares. John Bart Gerald, writer, Nightslantern, Ottawa, Canada.

  42. In support of the Disarm Now Plowshares people,
    Julie Maas, artist, Nightslantern, Ottawa, Canada

  43. I support you. Thanks for your courage.
    Your actions give me hope for a better world!
    Greetings from Denmark.

  44. Anne, your sisters at Oakwood are with you and your colleagues, in prayer and solidarity.

  45. Please add my name + organisation to your list of supporters:

    Information Bureau for Peace Work
    ( Informationsstelle fuer Friedensarbeit )
    c/o Hans Peter Mortier
    Germany

  46. you are amazing, and in our prayers!!!

  47. I support these courageous folks whose faith calls them to be peacemakers.
    Fran Tobin RSCJ, Redwood City, CA

  48. A deep bow of gratitude to all who make sacrifice for the sake of peace. Please add my name to those supporting Disarm Now Ploughshares.

    Karma Tenzing Wangchuk
    Port Townsend, Washington

  49. Please add my name to those supporting Disarm Now Ploughshares.

    Deon Gates
    Tacoma, Washington

  50. Greg Lucid
    Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest member
    Tacoma, WA

  51. To: Letter to the Editor, Seattle Times 12/11/10
    (WikiLeaks dispute, Dec. 9) continues to be page-two media. ‘WikiMania ‘ spotlights some uncomfortable truths. It puts at risk some of the people named. Less publicized are the uncomfortable truths and risks in contention right now in U.S. District Court in Tacoma.
    LeaksFive people are on trial for entering the Kitsap-Bangor trident submarine and nuclear missile Naval Base, 11/2/09. Called the “Disarm Now Plowshares,” these totally nonviolent activists risk jail time in order to alert our region and our world that 24% of U.S. nuclear weapons sit right in our backyard.

    Darylene and Tom Shea

  52. Thank you for leading the way.

  53. Please add my name to your support list. May
    God be with you and continue to bless us with
    your courage and faith.

  54. After two days in Tacoma last week, I’m deeply grateful for the action last Nov 2.

    I also have a great respect for the Catholic Worker in Tacoma.

    Norm Keegel
    Agate Passage Friends Meeting
    Bainbridge Island, WA

  55. Continuing to reflect on your prophetic actions, I am deeply grateful Anne, Steve, Lynne, Susan and Bix for your prophetic actions.

  56. My thoughts and prayers are with you..Thank you for your courage and for giving all the rest of us the sense of hope!

  57. Please add me as a supporter too!

  58. Keep my name off your list. It would be just hunky dory to have a world free of weapons and aggression. Alas it is a pipe dream. This county and its citizens enjoy freedom through strength and the brave soles that gave their lives to protect freedom. Explain to me how we would have escaped WWII if we turned the metal of war into plows? Just one example of the world in which we live and having to be strong in order to maintain our freedom. Do you really think if we dismantle our nukes others will be nice and do the same? Please give me what your smoking for it must be good. Take care and may you who are misguided find the light.

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