Contributions in Memory of a Loved One

Making a contribution to The Classic Car Club of America Museum is a special way of remembering someone. Whether you’re honoring a family’s request for contributions instead of funeral flowers, or simply marking an anniversary or a special date, there are many different ways to make a gift in memory of a loved one. You can make a monetary contribution, donate a literature collection to the Museum Library, or even a Classic Car to be enjoyed by Museum visitors for decades. We are happy to advise on the most appropriate way for this to happen and it can all be organized easily and sensitively.

All contributions are dedicated to developing and sustaining the CCCA Museum. Thank you for helping to build a lasting place for remembrance, reflection and learning for years to come.

To make a contribution please click here. To contact the Museum regarding a contribution click here

Howard Freedman
President, CCCA Museum Board

Recognition and Gratitude

We would like to thank:

  • The family of William D Kendall, a life member of the Museum has honored his memory with gifts of Packard books, a Packard stock certificate and three advertisements.  We appreciate this gift to enhance our library.

  • The Museum has received and wishes to thank the E. Ann Klein Charitable Trust for a very generous gift to be used in our general maintenance and operations.

  • Paul V. Kilker, GGS Information Services, Inc., has honored the memory of long time Museum member Al Pruitt. Thank you Paul for a wonderful tribute to your friend and our member.

The Classic Car Club of America Museum would also like to recognize the following, whose families have made contributions on their behalf:

  • Joy Blenko
  • Dave Dueble
  • Bob Larivee
  • Tom Quinlan
  • Jim McDonald
  • Jim Synodinos