Johnny Baxter Carriage House Foundation
John Baxter, Baxter Chrysler, Omaha, was a founder and served as the first President of Carriage House Foundation until his resignation in December, 2006. The current President is Brian Hamilton, Midway CH CA BU CR DO JEEP, Kearney.
In 2008, John Baxter began a series of gifts donating a section of farm ground in Sherman County, Nebraska to the Carriage House Foundation.
To increase the number of trained and qualified service technicians in Nebraska, scholarships are awarded annually to students in automotive-related studies at each of the state’s six technical community colleges. Carriage House Foundation has awarded 272 scholarships from 1985 through 2018 in the total amount of $293,616. In addition, in 2019, the Foundation distributed $182,000 among the state’s six community colleges for facility upgrades, equipment, and additional scholarships.
Planned programs include an ongoing statewide public relations campaign accentuating the positive contributions dealers make to their communities and an ongoing series of educational seminars for dealers to help them maintain high business standards.
March 14, 1979
November 9, 1979
JOHNNY BAXTER CARRIAGE HOUSE
701 South 13 Street
Lincoln, NE 68508
- Brian Hamilton, Midway CH CA BU CR DO JE, Kearney
- Doug Rolfsmeier, Sid Dillion, Crete
- Bill Reeg, Arnie’s Ford, Wayne
- Thomas McCaslin, Gateway Motors, Broken Brow
- Jerry Remus, Jerry Remus CH CA, North Platte
- Rob Wahlstrom, Wahlstrom FO, Chadron
Tax-Deductible Contributions to Johnny Baxter Carriage House Foundation
To make tax-deductible contributions for charitable and educational activities, or for memorial contributions to honor deceased family and friends, make your check payable to “Johnny Baxter Carriage House Foundation” and mail to Nebraska New Car & Truck Dealers Association, 701 South 13, Lincoln, NE 68508. If the contribution is for a memorial, please indicate the name of the deceased for whom the memorial is being made.
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