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Henry T. Segerstrom Memorial Fund

Henry T. Segerstrom

Orange County would not have the arts center we know and love today were it not for the incredible vision, leadership and generosity of Henry Segerstrom. His life now stands as a testament to the passionate belief that arts enhance each person’s life and contribute invaluably to the quality of life of a community.

In lieu of flowers, the family has graciously asked that donations be made to the Center which will continue to increase the cultural resources and opportunities he loved so dearly.

To make a donation by phone or for more information, please contact Malika Middlebrooks at (714) 556-2122, ext. 4214 or at MMiddlebrooks@SCFTA.org.

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Don Hafner

As the Director of Grants and Foundation Relations, Don worked at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts for 15 years. Don’s work reflected his passion for arts education and classical music. The Center will be forever grateful for his dedication to the Center, his broad and eclectic interest in the arts and his passion for making them an essential and accessible part of our community.

In lieu of gifts, the family, in partnership with the Segerstrom Center, established the Don Hafner Memorial Fund, which benefits projects that Don spent his life supporting.

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Jason Siebert

Jason Siebert

As a manager in Segerstrom Center for the Arts' Education and Community Programs department, Jason was responsible for the Arts Teach program, presenting a roster of over 75 professional artists in music, dance, theatre and the visual arts from around the globe, to reach over 450,000 students and teachers annually through school assemblies, student workshops, teacher professional development sessions, family nights and residencies.

In lieu of gifts, the Jason Siebert Memorial Fund was established to provide support to the Center’s endowment, for programs that Jason was devoted to during his lifetime.

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Loren Thies

Loren Thies was the head of the audio department for the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. He joined the Center in 1986 just prior to the opening of Segerstrom Hall. Loren was especially proud to have been an integral part of the technical team to help open both Segerstrom Hall in 1986 and the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in 2006.

He was indispensable to the success of thousands of performances and special events presented by the Center, its resident companies and others who used the Center for their programs and engagements.

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