US Chess Benefactor Members


US Chess Benefactor Members as of July 8, 2022 (alphabetical order).

Paul M. Albert Jr.
Mark Randall Bates
Randy Bauer
Jim Bedenbaugh
Michael Belovesick
Jim Blackwood
Robert J. Borel
Thomas E. Boyd
Joseph Boyle
C. Martin Bradford
John J. Brendel
Kate Canessa
David E. Carter
Fabiano Caruana
Carl Cohen
Bill N. Costaras
Jonathan Crumiller
Jeffrey Davidson
Martin Dean
Kenneth Duffy
E. Tomlinson Fort
Michael Fry
Gregory Gliner
Bill Goichberg
Bernard Goodman
Calvin Halsey
Robert E. Hux
In Memory of David Kaplan
David Kochman
Vincent E. Kreutz, Jr.

David Lazarus
Andrew Lerner
Christopher Lewis
Jennie S. Liu
Edward Martin
William McClain​​​​​​
John McCrary
Kenton McNall
Robert D. Messenger
Andrew Metrick
Timur Milgrom
David C. Miller
Parker Montgomery
Ross Nickel
Bernard Novatt
Scott R. Parker
William E. Perry III
Kevin Pryor
David H. Raymond
Timothy P. Redman
Danny Rosa

Timothy M. Sawyier
Michael Schulte
Edward Seid
Daryl Skinner
Phillip Smith
Christopher P. Snell
Adam Christopher Snow
Joe Strang
Aaron Straub
Henry L. Terrie
Henry J. Thompson
Harmon D. Throneberry Sr.
Thomas N. Thrush
Harold Torrance
Charles Unruh
John Walton
Bill Witmer
Edward Wycoff
Brian Yang


Be a US Chess Benefactor! Help Promote American Chess by becoming a US Chess Benefactor Member. Benefactor Membership includes Life Membership, recognition on a benefactor page of our US Chess Web Site and periodically in Chess Life. The cost is $3000, or $1500 to existing Life Members. Half the funds collected will go to the US Chess Life Member Assets Fund and half to assist US Chess operations. Become a Benefactor by clicking here, by phone at 800.903.8723, or by mail to US Chess, PO Box 3967, Crossville, TN 38557.

In Memory of our US Chess Benefactor Members who have passed away:

Eliot Sanford Hearst, AZ