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Mewbourne Energy Partners 05-A LP · 10-K · For 12/31/05

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"Table of Contents
"Part I
"Business
"Properties
"Legal Proceedings
"Submission of Matters to a Vote of Security Holders
"Part Ii
"Market for Registrant's Common Equity and Related Stockholder Matters
"Selected Financial Data
"Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations
"Financial Statements and Supplementary Data
"Changes in and Disagreements with Accountants on Accounting and Financial Disclosure
"Controls and Procedures
"Part Iii
"Directors and Executive Officers of the Registrant
"Executive Compensation
"Security Ownership of Certain Beneficial Owners and Management
"Certain Relationships and Related Transactions
"Part Iv
"Principal Accountant Fees and Services
"Exhibits, Financial Statements, Financial Statement Schedules and Reports on Form 8-K
"Signatures
"Financial statements
"Report of Independent Registered Public Accounting Firm
"Balance sheet as of December 31, 2005
"Statement of operations for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005
"Statement of changes in partners' capital for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005
"Statement of cash flows for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005
"Notes to financial statements
"Index to Exhibits

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  Form 10-K  
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UNITED STATES

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

WASHINGTON, D.C. 20549

 


FORM 10-K

 

x ANNUAL REPORT PURSUANT TO SECTION 13 OR 15(d) OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934

For the year ended December 31, 2005

Or

 

¨ TRANSITION REPORT TO SECTION 13 OR 15(d) OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934

For the transition period from                  to                 

Commission File No. 333-113340

 


MEWBOURNE ENERGY PARTNERS 05-A, L.P.

 

Delaware   20-2306210
(State or jurisdiction of incorporation or organization)   (I.R.S. Employer Identification Number)
3901 South Broadway, Tyler, Texas   75701
(Address of principal executive offices)   (Zip code)

 


Registrant’s Telephone Number, including area code:

(903) 561-2900

Securities registered pursuant to Section 12(b) of the Act:

None.

Securities registered pursuant to Section 12(g) of the Act:

Limited and general partnership interest $1,000 per interest

 


Indicate by check mark if the registrant is a well-known seasoned issuer, as defined in Rule 405 of the Securities Act.    Yes  ¨    No  x

Indicate by check mark if the registrant is not required to file reports pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) of the Act.    Yes  ¨    No  x

Indicate by check mark whether the registrant (1) has filed all reports required to be filed by Section 13 or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 during the preceding 12 months (or for such shorter period that the registrant was required to file such reports), and (2) has been subject to such filing requirements for the past 90 days.    Yes  x    No  ¨

Indicate by check mark if disclosure of delinquent filers pursuant to Item 405 of Regulation S-K is not contained herein, and will not be contained, to the best of the registrant’s knowledge, in definitive proxy or information statements incorporated by reference in Part III of this Form 10-K or any amendment to this Form 10-K.    x

Indicate by check mark whether the registrant is a large accelerated filer, an accelerated filer or a non-accelerated filer. See definition of “accelerated filer and large accelerated filer” in Rule 12b-2 of the Exchange Act. (Check one):

 

Large accelerated filer    ¨

  Accelerated filer    ¨   Non-accelerated filer    x

Indicate by check mark whether the registrant is a shell company (as defined in Rule 12b-2 of the Act):    Yes  ¨    No  x

No market currently exists for the limited and general partnership interest of the registrant. Based on original purchase price the aggregate market value of limited and general partnership interest owned by non-affiliates of the registrant is $30,000,000.

The following documents are incorporated by reference into the indicated parts of this Annual Report on Form 10-K; Part of the information called for by Part IV of the Annual Report on Form 10-K is incorporated by reference from the Registrant’s Registration Statement on Form S-1, File No. 333-113340.

 



Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

PART I

     

ITEM 1.

  

Business

   3

ITEM 2.

  

Properties

   4

ITEM 3.

  

Legal Proceedings

   4

ITEM 4.

  

Submission of Matters to a Vote of Security Holders

   4

PART II

     

ITEM 5.

  

Market for Registrant’s Common Equity and Related Stockholder Matters

   5

ITEM 6.

  

Selected Financial Data

   5

ITEM 7.

  

Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations

   5

ITEM 8.

  

Financial Statements and Supplementary Data

   9

ITEM 9.

  

Changes in and Disagreements with Accountants on Accounting and Financial Disclosure

   9

ITEM 9A.

  

Controls and Procedures

   9

PART III

     

ITEM 10.

  

Directors and Executive Officers of the Registrant

   10

ITEM 11.

  

Executive Compensation

   12

ITEM 12.

  

Security Ownership of Certain Beneficial Owners and Management

   12

ITEM 13.

  

Certain Relationships and Related Transactions

   12

PART IV

     

ITEM 14.

  

Principal Accountant Fees and Services

   13

ITEM 15.

  

Exhibits, Financial Statements, Financial Statement Schedules and Reports on Form 8-K

   13

SIGNATURES

   14

INDEX TO EXHIBITS

   48

Certification of CEO Pursuant to Section 302

  

Certification of CFO Pursuant to Section 302

  

Certification of CEO Pursuant to Section 906

  

Certification of CFO Pursuant to Section 906

  

 

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PART I

 

ITEM 1. Business

Mewbourne Energy Partners 05-A, L.P. (the “Registrant” or the “Partnership”) is a limited partnership organized under the laws of the State of Delaware on February 14, 2005 (date of inception). Its managing general partner is Mewbourne Development Corporation, a Delaware corporation (“MD”).

A Registration Statement was filed pursuant to the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, registering limited and general partnership interests in a series of two Delaware limited partnerships formed under Mewbourne Energy 04-05 Drilling Programs. General and limited partnership interests were offered at $1,000 each. The maximum offering amount was $30,000,000 (30,000 interests) per partnership. The Registrant was declared effective by the Securities and Exchange Commission on June 1, 2005. On July 29, 2005, the offering of limited and general partnership interests in the Registrant was closed, with interests aggregating $30,000,000 originally being sold to 1,128 subscribers of which $26,844,000 were sold to 998 subscribers as general partner interests and $3,156,000 were sold to 130 subscribers as limited partner interests.

The Registrant engages primarily in oil and gas development and production and is not involved in any other industry segment. See the selected financial data in Item 6 and the financial statements in Item 8 of this report for a summary of the Registrant’s revenue, income and identifiable assets.

The sale of crude oil and natural gas produced by the Registrant will be affected by a number of factors that are beyond the Registrant’s control. These factors include the price of crude oil and natural gas, the fluctuating supply of and demand for these products, competitive fuels, refining, transportation, extensive federal and state regulations governing the production and sale of crude oil and natural gas, and other competitive conditions. It is impossible to predict with any certainty the future effect of these factors on the Registrant.

The Registrant does not have long-term contracts with purchasers of its crude oil or natural gas. The market for crude oil is such that the Registrant anticipates it will be able to sell all the crude oil it can produce. Natural gas will be sold to local distribution companies, gas marketers and end users on the spot market. The spot market reflects immediate sales of natural gas without long-term contractual commitments. The future market condition for natural gas cannot be predicted with any certainty, and the Registrant may experience delays in marketing natural gas production and fluctuations in natural gas prices.

Many aspects of the Registrant’s activities are highly competitive including, but not limited to, the acquisition of suitable drilling prospects and the procurement of drilling and related oil field equipment, and are subject to governmental regulation, both at Federal and state levels. The Registrant’s ability to compete depends on its financial resources and on the managing general partner’s staff and facilities, none of which are significant in comparison with those of the oil and gas exploration, development and production industry as a whole. Federal and state regulation of oil and gas operations generally includes drilling and spacing of wells on producing acreage, the imposition of maximum allowable production rates, the taxation of income and other items, and the protection of the environment.

 

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The Registrant does not have any employees of its own. MD is responsible for all management functions. Mewbourne Oil Company (“MOC”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Mewbourne Holdings, Inc., which is also the parent of the Registrant’s managing general partner, has been appointed Program Manager and is responsible for activities in accordance with a Drilling Program Agreement entered into by the Registrant, MD and MOC. At March 30, 2006, MOC employed 157 persons, many of whom dedicated a part of their time to the conduct of the Registrant’s business during the period for which this report is filed.

The production of oil and gas is not considered subject to seasonal factors although the price received by the Registrant for natural gas sales will generally tend to increase during the winter months. Order backlog is not pertinent to the Registrant’s business.

ITEM 2.     Properties

The Registrant’s properties consist primarily of leasehold interests in properties on which oil and gas wells-in-progress are located. Such property interests are often subject to landowner royalties, overriding royalties and other oil and gas leasehold interests.

Fractional working interests in developmental oil and gas prospects located primarily in the Anadarko Basin of Western Oklahoma, the Texas Panhandle, and the Permian Basin of New Mexico and West Texas, were acquired by the Registrant, resulting in the Registrant’s participation in the drilling of oil and gas wells. At December 31, 2005, 22 wells had been drilled and were productive and 1 well had been drilled and abandoned. The following table summarizes the Registrant’s drilling activity for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005:

 

      Gross    Net
      Dry    Productive    Dry    Productive

Development Wells

   1    22    .176    4.329

 

ITEM 3. Legal Proceedings

The Registrant is not aware of any pending legal proceedings to which it is a party.

 

ITEM 4. Submission of Matters to a Vote of Security Holders

No matter was submitted to a vote of security holders during the period ended December 31, 2005 covered by this report.

 

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PART II

ITEM 5.    Market for Registrant’s Common Equity and Related Stockholder Matters

At March 30, 2006, the Registrant had 30,000 outstanding limited and general partnerships interests held of record by 1,128 subscribers. There is no established public or organized trading market for the limited and general partner interests.

Revenues which, in the sole judgment of the managing general partner, are not required to meet the Registrant’s obligations will be distributed to the partners at least quarterly in accordance with the Registrant’s Partnership Agreement. No distributions have been made to limited and general partners for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005.

ITEM 6.    Selected Financial Data

The following table sets forth selected financial data for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005:

 

Operating results

   2005

Oil and gas sales

   $ 752,052

Net income

   $ 800,930

Basic and diluted net income per limited and general partner interests (30,000 outstanding)

   $ 26.70
      

At year-end:

  

Total Assets

   $ 28,924,213

ITEM 7.    Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations

General

The Registrant was organized as a Delaware limited partnership on February 14, 2005. The offering of limited and general partnership interests began June 1, 2005 as a part of an offering registered under the name Mewbourne Energy Partners 04-05 Drilling Programs. The offering of limited and general partner interests in the Registrant concluded July 29, 2005, with total investor partner contributions of $30,000,000.

The Registrant was formed to engage primarily in the business of drilling development wells, to produce and market crude oil and natural gas produced from such properties, to distribute any net proceeds from operations to the general and limited partners and to the extent necessary, acquire leases which contain drilling prospects. The economic life of the Registrant depends on the period over which the Registrant’s oil and gas reserves are economically recoverable.

 

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Results of Operations

Because the Registrant was formed during the period covered by this report, no trend analysis based on yearly changes in liquidity, capital resources or results of operations is available.

Revenues and other income for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005 totaled $1,121,445, and consisted of oil and gas sales in the amount of $752,052, and interest income in the amount of $369,393. Gas production volumes during the period ended December 31, 2005 amounted to approximately 80,706 Mcf of gas at a corresponding average realized price of $9.25 per Mcf of gas. Oil production volumes during the period ended December 31, 2005 amounted to approximately 97 Bbls of oil at a corresponding average realized price of $55.33 per Bbl of oil. Expenses totaling $320,515, consisted primarily of depreciation, depletion and amortization in the amount of $235,148. Lease operating expenses totaled $18,726. Production taxes were $58,674. Administrative and general expenses were $7,637. Asset retirement obligation accretion expenses were $330. At December 31, 2005, 22 wells had been drilled and were productive and 1 well had been drilled and was abandoned. The Registrant’s oil and gas revenues should increase during 2006 as additional wells are completed and oil and gas production is sold. Interest income should decrease in 2006 as the remaining wells are drilled and the available cash is utilized for equipping of such wells. The Registrant expects that drilling and completion costs will decrease during 2006 and that lease operating cost and depletion provisions will increase.

Liquidity and capital resources

Cash and cash equivalents were $12,773,922 at December 31, 2005. Approximately $15,039,711 of the net initial partners’ capital of $27,450,000 was used for drilling and completion and prepaid well costs. Capital requirements in the future are expected to be paid with remaining cash on hand. Management believes that funds are sufficient to complete the wells for which funds have been committed. Management expects these wells to be drilled in 2006. Under certain circumstances, as provided in the Registrant’s Partnership Agreement, the Registrant may use revenues and/or borrow monies, either through a financial institution or through an affiliate of MD, to fund additional capital requirements. Revenues which, in the sole judgment of the managing general partner, are not required to meet the Registrant’s obligations will be distributed to the partners at least quarterly in accordance with the Registrant’s Partnership Agreement.

Critical Accounting Policies

The preparation of financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect the reported amounts of assets and liabilities and disclosure of contingent assets and liabilities at the date of the financial statements and the reported amounts of revenues and expenses during the reporting period. Actual results could differ from those estimates.

Significant estimates inherent in the Registrant’s financial statements include the estimate of oil and gas reserves and future abandonment costs as reported in the footnotes to the financial statements. Changes in oil and gas prices, changes in production estimates and the success or failure of future development activities could have a significant effect on reserve estimates. The reserve estimates directly impact the computation of depreciation, depletion, and amortization, asset retirement obligation, and the ceiling test for the Registrant’s oil and gas properties.

 

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The Registrant follows the full-cost method of accounting for its oil and gas activities. Under the full-cost method, all productive and non-productive costs incurred in the acquisition, exploration and development of oil and gas properties are capitalized. Depreciation, depletion and amortization of oil and gas properties subject to amortization is computed on the units-of-production method based on the proved reserves underlying the oil and gas properties. Oil and gas properties are subject to a quarterly ceiling test that limits such costs to the aggregate of the present value of future net cash flows of proved reserves and the lower of cost or fair value of unproved properties. The present value of future net cash flows has been prepared assuming year-end selling prices, year-end development and production costs and a 10 percent annual discount rate.

All financing activities of the Registrant are reported in the financial statements. The Registrant does not engage in any off-balance sheet financing arrangements.

Asset Retirement Obligations

In accordance with FAS 143, the Partnership has recognized an estimated liability for future plugging and abandonment costs. The estimated liability is based on historical experience and estimated well life. The liability is discounted using the credit-adjusted risk-free rate. Revisions to the liability could occur due to changes in well plugging and abandonment costs or well useful lives, or if federal or state regulators enact new well restoration requirements. The Partnership recognizes accretion expense in connection with the discounted liability over the remaining life of the well.

A reconciliation of the Partnership’s liability for well plugging and abandonment costs for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005, is as follows:

 

      2005

Balance, beginning of period

   $ 0

Liabilities incurred

     26,043

Accretion expense

     330
      

Balance, end of period

   $ 26,373
      

Organization and Related Party Transactions

The Partnership was organized on February 14, 2005. Mewbourne Development Corporation (MD) is managing general partner and Mewbourne Oil Company (MOC) is operator of oil and gas properties owned by the Partnership. Mewbourne Holdings, Inc. is the parent of both MD and MOC. Substantially all transactions are with MD and MOC.

In the ordinary course of business, MOC will incur certain costs that will be passed on to well owners of the well for which the costs were incurred. The partnership will receive their portion of these costs based upon their ownership in each well incurring the costs. These costs are referred to as operator charges and are standard and customary in the oil and gas industry. Operator charges include recovery of gas marketing costs, fixed rate overhead, supervision, pumping, and equipment furnished by the operator. Reimbursement to MOC for operator charges totaled $219,467 for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005. Operator charges are billed in accordance with the program and partnership agreements.

In consideration for services rendered by MD in managing the business of the partnership, the partnership during each of the initial three years of the partnership will pay to MD a management fee in the amount equal to 1% of the subscriptions by the investor partners to the partnership. Management fees were not allocated to the Partnership for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005.

 

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In general, during any particular calendar year, the total amount of administrative expenses allocated to the Partnership by MOC shall not exceed the greater of (a) 3.5% of the Partnership’s gross revenue from the sale of oil and natural gas production during each year (calculated without any deduction for operating costs or other costs and expenses) or (b) the sum of $50,000 plus .25% of the capital contributions of limited and general partners.

The Partnership participates in oil and gas activities through a Drilling Program Agreement (the “Program”). The Partnership and MD are parties to the Program. The costs and revenues of the Program are allocated to MD and the Partnership as follows:

 

     Partnership     MD  

Revenues:

    

Proceeds from disposition of depreciable and depletable properties

   70 %   30 %

All other revenues

   70 %   30 %

Costs and expenses:

    

Sales commissions and due diligence fees (1)

   100 %   0 %

Organization and offering costs (2)

   0 %   100 %

Lease acquisition costs (2)

   0 %   100 %

Tangible and intangible drilling costs (2)

   100 %   0 %

Operating costs, reporting and legal expenses, general and administrative expenses and all other costs

   70 %   30 %

(1) The Partnership will pay sales commissions and due diligence fees of 8% and 0.5%, respectively, of the capital contributions initially made by investor partners in exchange for their respective interests.
(2) As noted above, pursuant to the Program, MD must contribute 100% of organization and offering costs and lease acquisition costs which approximate 20% of total capital costs. To the extent that organization and offering costs and lease acquisition costs are less than 20% of total capital costs, MD is responsible for tangible drilling costs until its share of the Program’s total capital costs reaches approximately 20%.

The Partnership’s financial statements reflect its respective proportionate interest in the Program.

 

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ITEM 8.    Financial Statements and Supplementary Data

The required financial statements of the Registrant are contained in a separate section of this report following the signature attestation. See “Item 15. Exhibits, Financial Statement Schedules and Reports on Form 8-K”.

ITEM 9.    Changes in and Disagreements with Accountants on Accounting and Financial Disclosure

None.

ITEM 9A.    Controls and Procedures

MD maintains a system of controls and procedures designed to provide reasonable assurance as to the reliability of the financial statements and other disclosures included in this report, as well as to safeguard assets from unauthorized use or disposition. Within 90 days prior to the filing of this report, MD’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer have evaluated the effectiveness of the design and operation of it’s disclosure controls and procedures with the assistance and participation of other members of management. Based upon that evaluation, MD’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer concluded that it’s disclosure controls and procedures are effective for gathering, analyzing and disclosing the information the Partnership is required to disclose in the reports it files under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 within the time periods specified in the SEC’s rules and forms. There have been no significant changes in MD’s internal controls or in other factors which could significantly affect internal controls subsequent to the date MD carried out its evaluation.

 

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PART III

 

ITEM 10. Directors and Executive Officers of the Registrant

The Registrant does not have any officers or directors. Under the Registrant’s Partnership Agreement, the Registrant’s managing partner, MD, is granted the exclusive right and full authority to manage, control and administer the Registrant’s business. MD is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mewbourne Holdings, Inc.

Set forth below are the names, ages and positions of the directors and executive officers of MD, the Registrant’s managing general partner. Directors of MD are elected to serve until the next annual meeting of stockholders or until their successors are elected and qualified.

 

Name

  

Age as of

December 31,

2005

  

Position

Curtis W. Mewbourne

   70   

President and Director

J. Roe Buckley

   43   

Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Alan Clark

   53   

Treasurer

Michael F. Shepard

   59   

Secretary and General Counsel

Dorothy M. Cuenod

   45   

Assistant Secretary and Director

Ruth M. Buckley

   44   

Assistant Secretary and Director

Julie M. Greene

   42   

Assistant Secretary and Director

 

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Curtis W. Mewbourne, age 70, formed Mewbourne Holdings, Inc. in 1965 and serves as Chairman of the Board and President of Mewbourne Holdings, Inc., MD and MOC. He has operated as an independent oil and gas producer for the past 41 years. Mr. Mewbourne received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Oklahoma in 1957. Mr. Mewbourne is the father of Dorothy M. Cuenod, Ruth M. Buckley, and Julie M. Greene and the father-in-law of J. Roe Buckley.

J. Roe Buckley, age 43, joined Mewbourne Holdings, Inc. in July, 1990 and serves as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of both MD and MOC. Mr. Buckley was employed by Mbank Dallas from 1985 to 1990 where he served as a commercial loan officer. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Sewanee in 1984. Mr. Buckley is the son-in-law of Curtis W. Mewbourne and is married to Ruth M. Buckley. He is also the brother-in-law of Dorothy M. Cuenod and Julie M. Greene.

Alan Clark, age 53, joined MOC in 1979 and serves as Treasurer and Controller of both MD and MOC. Prior to joining MOC, Mr. Clark was employed by Texas Oil and Gas Corporation as Assistant Supervisor of joint interest accounting from 1976 to 1979. Mr. Clark has served in several accounting/finance positions with MOC prior to his current assignment. Mr. Clark received a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington.

Michael F. Shepard, age 59, joined MOC in 1986 and serves as Secretary and General Counsel of MD. He has practiced law exclusively in the oil and gas industry since 1979 and formerly was counsel with Parker Drilling Company and its Perry Gas subsidiary for seven years. Mr. Shepard holds the Juris Doctor degree from the University of Tulsa where he received the National Energy Law and Policy Institute award as the outstanding graduate in the Energy Law curriculum. He received a B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Massachusetts in 1976. Mr. Shepard is a member of the bar in Texas and Oklahoma.

Dorothy M. Cuenod, age 45, received a B.A. degree in Art History from The University of Texas and a Masters of Business Administration Degree from Southern Methodist University. Since 1984 she has served as a Director and Assistant Secretary of both MD and MOC. Ms. Cuenod is the daughter of Curtis W. Mewbourne and is the sister of Ruth M. Buckley and Julie M. Greene. She is also the sister-in-law of J. Roe Buckley.

Ruth M. Buckley, age 44, received a Bachelor of Science Degree in both Engineering and Geology from Vanderbilt University. Since 1987 she has served as a Director and Assistant Secretary of both MD and MOC. Ms. Buckley is the daughter of Curtis W. Mewbourne and is the sister of Dorothy M. Cuenod and Julie M. Greene. She is also the wife of J. Roe Buckley.

Julie M. Greene, age 42, received a B.A. degree in Business Administration from The University of Oklahoma. Since 1988 she has served as a Director and Assistant Secretary of both MD and MOC. Prior to that time she was employed by Rauscher, Pierce, Refsnes, Inc. Ms. Greene is the daughter of Curtis W. Mewbourne and is the sister of Dorothy M. Cuenod and Ruth M. Buckley. She is also the sister-in-law of J. Roe Buckley.

The organizational structure of the Partnership does not provide for an audit committee and therefore the Partnership does not have an audit committee or financial expert serving in such capacity.

 

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ITEM 11. Executive Compensation

The Registrant does not have any officers or directors. Management of the Registrant is vested in the managing general partner. None of the officers or directors of MD or MOC will receive remuneration directly from the Registrant, but will continue to be compensated by their present employers. The Registrant will reimburse MD and MOC and affiliates thereof for certain costs of overhead falling within the definition of Administrative Costs, including without limitation, salaries of the officers and employees of MD and MOC; provided that no portion of the salaries of the directors or of the executive officer of MOC or MD may be reimbursed as Administrative Costs.

ITEM 12. Security Ownership of Certain Beneficial Owners and Management

 

(a) Beneficial owners of more than five percent

 

Title of Class

   Name of
Beneficial
Owner
   Amount & Nature
of Beneficial
Owner
   Percent
of
Class

None

   None    N/A    N/A

 

(b) Security ownership of management

The Registrant does not have any officers or directors. The managing general partner of the Registrant, MD, has the exclusive right and full authority to manage, control and administer the Registrant’s business. Under the Registrant’s Partnership Agreement, limited and general partners holding a majority of the outstanding limited and general partnership interests have the right to take certain actions, including the removal of the managing general partner. The Registrant is not aware of any current arrangement or activity that may lead to such removal.

ITEM 13. Certain Relationships and Related Transactions

Transactions with MD and its affiliates

Pursuant to the Registrant’s Partnership Agreement, the Registrant had the following related party transactions with MD and its affiliates for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005:

 

     2005

Administrative & general expense and payment of well charges and supervision charges in accordance with standard industry operating agreements

   $ 220,249

The Registrant participates in oil and gas activities through a drilling program created by the Program. Pursuant to the Program, MD pays approximately 20% of the Program’s capital expenditures and approximately 30% of its operating and general and administrative expenses. The Registrant pays the remainder of the costs and expenses of the Program. In return, MD is allocated approximately 30% of the Program’s revenues.

 

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PART IV

ITEM 14. Principal Accountant Fees and Services

 

     For the Year Ended
December 31, 2005

Audit

   $ 12,500

Tax Fees

   $ 5,200
      
   $ 17,700
      

The Partnership has retained PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as their independent registered public accounting firm.

ITEM 15. Exhibits, Financial Statements, Financial Statement Schedules and Reports on Form 8-K

 

(a)

   1.    Financial statements
      The following are filed as part of this annual report:
        
        

Report of Independent Registered Public Accounting Firm

        
        

Balance sheet as of December 31, 2005

        
        

Statement of operations for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005

        
        

Statement of changes in partners’ capital for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005

        
        

Statement of cash flows for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005

        
        

Notes to financial statements

        
   2.    Financial statement schedules
      None.
      All required information is in the financial statements or the notes thereto, or is not applicable or required.
        
   3.    Exhibits   
      The exhibits listed on the accompanying index are filed or incorporated by reference as part of this annual report.
        
(b)    Reports on Form 8-K
   None.   

 

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SIGNATURES

Pursuant to the requirements of Section 13 or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the Registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereto duly authorized.

 

Mewbourne Energy Partners 05-A, L.P.
 

By:

 

Mewbourne Development Corporation

 

Managing General Partner

 

By:

 

/s/ Curtis W. Mewbourne

 

Curtis W. Mewbourne

 

President and Director

 

(Principal Executive Officer)

Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, this report has been signed below by the following persons on behalf of the Registrant and in the capacities and on the date indicated.

 

/s/ Curtis W. Mewbourne

  

President/Director

 

March 30, 2006

Curtis W. Mewbourne

    

/s/ J. Roe Buckley

  

Vice President

 

March 30, 2006

J. Roe Buckley

  

Chief Financial Officer

 

/s/ Alan Clark

  

Treasurer

 

March 30, 2006

Alan Clark

    

/s/ Dorothy M. Cuenod

  

Director

 

March 30, 2006

Dorothy M. Cuenod

    

/s/ Ruth M. Buckley

  

Director

 

March 30, 2006

Ruth M. Buckley

    

/s/ Julie M. Greene

  

Director

 

March 30, 2006

Julie M. Greene

    

Supplemental Information to be Furnished With Reports Filed Pursuant to Section 15(d) of the Act by Registrants Which Have Not Registered Securities Pursuant to Section 12 of the Act

No annual report or proxy material has been sent to the Registrant’s security holders.

 

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MEWBOURNE ENERGY PARTNERS 05-A, L.P.

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

WITH REPORT OF INDEPENDENT REGISTERED PUBLIC ACCOUNTING FIRM

For the period from February 14, 2005

(date of inception) through December 31, 2005

 

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Report of Independent Registered Public Accounting Firm

To the Partners of Mewbourne Energy Partners 05-A, L.P. and to the Board of Directors of Mewbourne Development Corporation:

In our opinion, the accompanying balance sheet and the related statements of operations, of changes in partners’ capital and of cash flows present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of Mewbourne Energy Partners 05-A, L.P. at December 31, 2005 and the results of its operations and its cash flows for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005 in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Company’s management. Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit. We conducted our audit of these statements in accordance with the standards of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (United States). Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements, assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, and evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion.

/s/ PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Dallas, Texas

March 31, 2006

 

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Mewbourne Energy Partners 05-A, L.P.

BALANCE SHEET

December 31, 2005

 

      2005  

ASSETS

  

Cash and cash equivalents

   $ 12,773,922  

Accounts receivable, affiliate

     658,685  

Accounts receivable, other

     71,534  
        

Total current assets

     13,504,141  
        

Prepaid well costs

     6,916,712  

Oil and gas properties at cost, full cost method

     8,738,508  

Less accumulated depreciation, depletion, amortization and impairment

     (235,148 )
        
     8,503,360  
        

Total assets

   $ 28,924,213  
        

LIABILITIES AND PARTNERS’ CAPITAL

  

Accounts payable, affiliate

   $ 646,910  
        

Asset retirement obligation plugging liability

     26,373  
        

Partners’ capital

  

General partners

     25,278,932  

Limited partners

     2,971,998  
        

Total partners’ capital

     28,250,930  
        

Total liabilities and partners’ capital

   $ 28,924,213  
        

The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements.

 

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Mewbourne Energy Partners 05-A, L.P.

STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS

For the period from February 14, 2005

(date of inception) through December 31, 2005

 

      2005

Revenues and other income:

  

Oil and gas sales

   $ 752,052

Interest income

     369,393
      
     1,121,445
      

Expenses:

  

Lease operating expense

     18,726

Production taxes

     58,674

Administrative and general expense

     7,637

Depreciation, depletion, and amortization

     235,148

Asset retirement obligation accretion

     330
      
     320,515
      

Net income

   $ 800,930
      

Allocation of net income:

  

General partners

   $ 716,672
      

Limited partners

   $ 84,258
      

Basic and diluted net income per limited and general partner interest (30,000 interests outstanding)

   $ 26.70
      

The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements.

 

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Mewbourne Energy Partners 05-A, L.P.

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN PARTNERS’ CAPITAL

For the period from February 14, 2005

(date of inception) through December 31, 2005

 

     General
Partners
   Limited
Partners
   Total

Balance at February 14, 2005

   $ 0    $ 0    $ 0

Capital contributions, net of sales commissions and due diligence fees of $2,281,740 and $268,260, respectively

     24,562,260      2,887,740      27,450,000

Net income

     716,672      84,258      800,930
                    

Balance at December 31, 2005

   $ 25,278,932    $ 2,971,998    $ 28,250,930
                    

The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements.

 

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Mewbourne Energy Partners 05-A, L.P.

STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS

For the period from February 14, 2005

(date of inception) through December 31, 2005

 

      2005  

Cash flows from operating activities:

  

Net income

   $ 800,930  

Adjustment to reconcile net income to net cash provided by operating activities:

  

Depreciation, depletion and amortization

     235,148  

Asset retirement obligation accretion

     330  

Changes in operating assets and liabilities:

  

Accounts receivable, affiliate

     (658,685 )

Accounts receivable, other

     (71,534 )

Accounts payable, affiliate

     57,444  
        

Net cash provided by operating activities

     363,633  
        

Cash flows from investing activities:

  

Purchase and development of oil and gas properties

     (8,122,999 )

Prepaid well costs

     (6,916,712 )
        

Net cash used in investing activities

     (15,039,711 )
        

Cash flows from financing activities:

  

Capital contributions from partners

     27,450,000  
        

Net cash provided by financing activities

     27,450,000  
        

Net increase in cash and cash equivalents

     12,773,992  

Cash and cash equivalents, end of period

   $ 12,773,992  
        

Supplemental Cash Flow Information:

  

Non-cash increase to oil & gas properties related to asset retirement obligation liabilities assumed

   $ 26,043  
        

The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements.

 

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Mewbourne Energy Partners 05-A, L.P.

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

 

1. Significant Accounting Policies:

Accounting for Oil and Gas Producing Activities

Mewbourne Energy Partners 05-A, L.P., (the “Partnership”), a Delaware limited partnership engaged primarily in oil and gas development and production in Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico, was organized on February 14, 2005. The offering of limited and general partnership interests began June 1, 2005 as a part of an offering registered under the name Mewbourne Energy Partners 04-05 Drilling Programs, (the “Program”), and concluded July 29, 2005, with total investor contributions of $30,000,000 originally being sold to 1,128 subscribers of which $26,844,000 were sold to 998 subscribers as general partner interests and $3,156,000 were sold to 130 subscribers as limited partner interests.

The Program’s sole business is the development and production of oil and gas with a concentration on gas. Substantially all of the Program’s gas reserves are being sold regionally in the spot market. Due to the highly competitive nature of the spot market, prices are subject to seasonal and regional pricing fluctuations. In addition, such spot market sales are generally short-term in nature and are dependent upon obtaining transportation services provided by pipelines. The prices received for the Program’s oil and gas are subject to influences such as global consumption and supply trends.

The Partnership follows the full-cost method of accounting for its oil and gas activities. Under the full-cost method, all productive and non-productive costs incurred in the acquisition, exploration and development of oil and gas properties are capitalized. Depreciation, depletion and amortization of oil and gas properties subject to amortization is computed on the units-of-production method based on the proved reserves underlying the oil and gas properties. At December 31, 2005, approximately $1.61 million of capitalized costs were excluded from amortization. Proceeds from the sale or other disposition of properties are credited to the full cost pool. Gains and losses are not recognized unless such adjustments would significantly alter the relationship between capitalized costs and the proved oil and gas reserves. Capitalized costs are subject to a quarterly ceiling test that limits such costs to the aggregate of the present value of future net cash flows of proved reserves and the lower of cost or fair value of unproved properties. There was no cost ceiling write-down for the year ended December 31, 2005. Prepaid well costs represent payments to Mewbourne Oil Company, a related party, for the acquisition, exploration and development of oil and gas properties for which the Partnership is contractually obligated but activities have not yet commenced.

Significant estimates inherent in the Registrant’s financial statements include the estimate of oil and gas reserves and future abandonment costs as reported in the footnotes to the financial statements. Changes in oil and gas prices, changes in production estimates and the success or failure of future development activities could have a significant effect on reserve estimates. The reserve estimates directly impact the computation of depreciation, depletion, and amortization, asset retirement obligation, and the ceiling test for the Registrant’s oil and gas properties.

The preparation of financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect the reported amounts of assets and liabilities and disclosure of contingent assets and liabilities at the date of the financial statements and the reported amounts of revenues and expenses during the reporting period. Actual results could differ from those estimates.

 

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Cash and cash equivalents

The Partnership considers all highly liquid investments, those with original maturities of three months or less at the date of acquisition, to be cash equivalents. The Partnership maintains all its cash in one financial institution. At various times throughout the year, the cash amount may be in excess of the amount insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

Asset Retirement Obligations

In accordance with FAS 143, the Partnership has recognized an estimated liability for future plugging and abandonment costs. The estimated liability is based on historical experience and estimated well life. The liability is discounted using the credit-adjusted risk-free rate. Revisions to the liability could occur due to changes in well plugging and abandonment costs or well useful lives, or if federal or state regulators enact new well restoration requirements. The Partnership recognizes accretion expense in connection with the discounted liability over the remaining life of the well.

A reconciliation of the Partnership’s liability for well plugging and abandonment costs for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005, is as follows:

 

      2005

Balance, beginning of period

   $ 0

Liabilities incurred

     26,043

Accretion expense

     330

Balance, end of period

   $ 26,373

Oil and Gas Sales

The Program’s oil and condensate production is sold, title passed, and revenue recognized at or near the Program’s wells under short-term purchase contracts at prevailing prices in accordance with arrangements which are customary in the oil industry. Sales of gas applicable to the Program’s interest are recorded as revenue when the gas is metered and title transferred pursuant to the gas sales contracts covering the Program’s interest in gas reserves. The Partnership uses the sales method to recognize oil and gas revenue whereby revenue is recognized for the amount of production taken regardless of the amount for which the Partnership is entitled based on its working interest ownership. As of December 31, 2005, no material gas imbalances between the Partnership and other working interest owners existed.

Income Taxes

The Partnership is treated as a partnership for income tax purposes, and as a result, income of the Partnership is reported on the tax returns of the partners and no recognition is given to income taxes in the financial statements.

 

2. Organization and Related Party Transactions:

The Partnership was organized on February 14, 2005. Mewbourne Development Corporation (MD) is managing general partner and Mewbourne Oil Company (MOC) is operator of oil and gas properties owned by the Partnership. Mewbourne Holdings, Inc. is the parent of both MD and MOC. Substantially all transactions are with MD and MOC.

 

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In the ordinary course of business, MOC will incur certain costs that will be passed on to well owners of the well on which the costs were incurred. The partnership will receive their portion of these costs based upon their ownership in each well incurring the costs. These costs are referred to as Operator charges and are standard and customary in the oil and gas industry. Operator charges include recovery of gas marketing costs, fixed rate overhead, supervision, pumping, and equipment furnished by the Operator. Reimbursement to MOC for operator charges totaled $219,467 for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005. Operator charges are billed in accordance with the program and partnership agreements.

In consideration for services rendered by MD in managing the business of the partnership, the partnership during each of the initial three years of the partnership will pay to MD a management fee in the amount equal to 1% of the subscriptions by the investor partners to the partnership. Management fees were not allocated to the Partnership for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005.

In general, during any particular calendar year, the total amount of administrative expenses allocated to the Partnership by MOC shall not exceed the greater of (a) 3.5% of the Partnership’s gross revenue from the sale of oil and natural gas production during each year (calculated without any deduction for operating costs or other costs and expenses) or (b) the sum of $50,000 plus .25% of the capital contributions of limited and general partners.

The Partnership participates in oil and gas activities through a Drilling Program Agreement, the Program. The Partnership and MD are parties to the Program agreement. The costs and revenues of the Program are allocated to MD and the Partnership as follows:

 

      Partnership     MD  

Revenues:

    

Proceeds from disposition of depreciable and depletable properties

   70 %   30 %

All other revenues

   70 %   30 %

Costs and expenses:

    

Sales commissions and due diligence fees (1)

   100 %   0 %

Organization and offering costs (2)

   0 %   100 %

Lease acquisition costs (2)

   0 %   100 %

Tangible and intangible drilling costs (2)

   100 %   0 %

Operating costs, reporting and legal expenses, general and administrative expenses and all other costs

   70 %   30 %

(1) The Partnership will pay sales commissions and due diligence fees of 8% and 0.5%, respectively, of the capital contributions initially made by investor partners in exchange for their respective interests.

(2) As noted above, pursuant to the Program, MD must contribute 100% of organization and offering costs and lease acquisition costs which will approximate 20% of total capital costs. To the extent that organization and offering costs and lease acquisition costs are less than 20% of total capital costs, MD is responsible for tangible drilling costs until its share of the Program’s total capital costs reaches approximately 20%.

The Partnership’s financial statements reflect its respective proportionate interest in the Program.

 

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3. Reconciliation of Net income per Statement of Operations with Net loss per Federal Income Tax Return:

The following is a reconciliation of net income per statement of operations with net loss per federal income tax return for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005:

 

      2005  

Net income per statement of operations

   $ 800,930  

Intangible development costs capitalized for financial reporting purposes and expensed for tax reporting purposes

     (13,061,305 )

Dry hole costs capitalized for financial reporting purposes and expensed for tax reporting purposes

     (182,421 )

Depreciation, depletion and amortization for financial reporting purposes under amounts for tax reporting purposes

     152,373  

ARO accretion expense for financial reporting purposes

     330  
        

Net loss per federal income tax return before tentative tax depletion

   $ (12,290,093 )
        

The Partnership’s financial reporting bases of its net assets exceeded the tax bases of its net assets by $13,706,862 at December 31, 2005.

 

4. Supplemental Oil and Gas Information (unaudited):

The tables presented below provide supplemental information about oil and natural gas exploration and production activities as defined by SFAS No. 69, “Disclosures about Oil and Gas Producing Activities”.

Costs Incurred and Capitalized Costs:

Costs incurred in oil and natural gas acquisition, exploration and development activities for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005:

 

      2005

Costs incurred for the year:

  

Development

   $ 8,712,465
      

Capitalized costs related to oil and natural gas acquisition, exploration and development activities for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005, are as follows:

 

      2005  

Cost of oil and natural gas properties at year-end:

  

Producing assets – Proved properties

   $ 7,101,135  

Incomplete construction – Unproved properties

     1,611,330  

Asset retirement obligation

     26,043  
        

Total capitalized cost

     8,738,508  

Accumulated depreciation, depletion, amortization and impairment

     (235,148 )
        

Net capitalized costs

   $ 8,503,360  
        

Depreciation, depletion and amortization per one thousand cubic feet of gas equivalents was $2.89 for the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005.

 

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Estimated Net Quantities of Proved Oil and Gas Reserves:

Reserve estimates as well as certain information regarding future production and discounted cash flows were determined by MOC’s petroleum reservoir engineers. The Partnership considers reserve estimates to be reasonable, however, due to inherent uncertainties and the limited nature of reservoir data, estimates of oil and gas reserves are imprecise and subject to change over time as additional information becomes available.

There have been no favorable or adverse events that have caused a significant change in estimated proved reserves since December 31, 2005. The Partnership has no long-term supply agreements or contracts with governments or authorities in which it acts as producer nor does it have any interest in oil and gas operations accounted for by the equity method. All reserves are located onshore within the United States.

Proved Reserves:

      Crude Oil
and Condensate
( bbls of Oil)
    Natural Gas
(Thousands of
Cubic Feet)
 
     (In thousands)  

Balance at February 14, 2005 (date of inception)

   0     0  

Discoveries

   20     2,358  

Production

   (1 )   (81 )
            

Balance at December 31, 2005 (1)

   19     2,277  
            

(1) All of these reserves are categorized as proved developed as of December 31, 2005.

 

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Standardized Measure of Discounted Future Net Cash Flows:

For the period from February 14, 2005 (date of inception) through December 31, 2005

The Standardized measure of discounted future net cash flows from estimated production of proved oil and gas reserves is presented in accordance with the provisions of Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 69, “Disclosures about Oil and Gas Producing Activities” (SFAS No. 69). In computing this data, assumptions other than those mandated by SFAS No. 69 could produce substantially different results. The Partnership cautions against viewing this information as a forecast of future economic conditions, revenues, or fair value.

The standardized measure has been prepared assuming year-end selling prices, year-end development and production costs and a 10 percent annual discount rate. No future income tax expense has been provided for the Partnership since it incurs no income tax liability. (See Significant Accounting Policies – Income Taxes in Note 1 to the Financial Statements.) The year-end prices were $58.61 per barrel of oil and $7.53 for MCF of gas as of December 31, 2005.

 

      2005  

Future cash inflows

   $ 17,910,977  

Future production cost

     (4,258,501 )

Future development cost

     (113,991 )
        

Future net cash flows

     13,538,485  

Discount at 10 percent

     (6,503,872 )
        

Standardized measure

   $ 7,034,613  
        

Summary of changes in the Standardized Measure

 

      2005  

Balance at February 14, 2005 (date of inception)

   $ 0  

Increase (decrease) in discounted future net cash flows:

  

Sale of oil and gas production, net of related cost

     (674,652 )

Discoveries less related cost

     7,709,265  
        

Balance, end of period

   $ 7,034,613  
        

 

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EXHIBIT A

MEWBOURNE ENERGY PARTNERS 05-A, LP

LIST OF GENERAL PARTNERS

 

NAME

  

NAME

GARY L & CHRISTINE ABERNATHY

  

CAROLE ASHER

  

LAWRENCE E & KATHLEEN ACKERMANN

  

CAROLYN S BAIR AUSTIN

  

JOSEPH D JR & RETA C ADAMS

  

JAMES P AVERY TRUST 7-3-02

  

JAMES P AVERY TRUSTEE

LEONARD F AGNETA

  
  

DONALD & MARION BAER LIV TRUST

AGNEW FAM TRUST 3-24-04

  

GLENN & PAMALA AGNEW TRUSTEES

  

JAMES BAILEY & MICHELLE DELAUER

  

THOMAS & CHARLENE AHERN

  

PATRICIA P BAILEY

  

KATHLEEN Y AHUNA TRUST 2-7-90

  

NICHOLAS D BAIN

KATHLEEN Y ANUNA TRUSTEE

  
  

ROBERT P BAINE JR

PETER S & ANNETTE M F AHUNA

  
  

DELLAMAE BAKER TRUST 8-10-94

SUSAN AINSLIE

  

DELLAMAE BAKER TRUSTEE

  

JOHN W ALDEN

  

FRANK R BAKER

MARY LOU ALFINI TRUST 3-19-99

  
  

ROGER M & COLLEEN J BALLINGER

MARY LOU ALFINI TRUSTEE

  
  

DEV & RENATE BANERJEE

ROBERT W ALFINI TRUST 3-19-99

  

ROBERT W ALFINI TRUSTEE

  

GREG O BANKS

  

WANDA L ANDERECK REV LIV TRUST

  

SANDI H BANKS

WANDA L ANDERECK TRUSTEE

  
  

CHARLES BARBAGLIA TRUST 8-22-96

CAMERON S ANDERSON

  

CHARLES BARBAGLIA TRUSTEE

  

GORDON E & SHIRLEY A ANDERSON

  

PATRICIA JEANE DONAHOE-BARGER

  

RICHARD ANDERSON MD & KATHLEEN

ISDITH DDS

  

BRADLEY WAYNE BARTEL & SUSAN M YUSKOVIC BARTEL

  

ANDERSON LIV TRUST

  

DAVID G BASSITT REV TRUST 9-26-03

TERRY & BONNIE ANDERSON TRUSTEES

  

DAVID G BASSITT TRUSTEE

  

CECELIA ANDRES

  

RONALD A & TWILA I BAZE

  

MELISSA S ANDREWS

  

DONALD J & MARY K BEARY JOINT LIV TRUST 10-5-04

  

DONALD J & MARY K BEARY TRUSTEES

RICHARD S & WANDA J ANTHONY

  
  

DOROTHY N BECKER TRUST 12-17-01

MARK A ANTONSON

  

DOROTHY N BECKER TRUSTEE

 

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JOANNE ARCHERD

  

BECKMANN REV LIV TRUST 5-10-05

  

RONALD & JANICE BECKMANN TRUSTEES

WILLIAM D ARMSTRONG

  
  

TED R & ELLA M BEELER TRUST 9-23-04

RICHARD SHINICHI ASAHI TRUST 9-18-96

  

TED R & ELLA M BEELER TRUSTEES

RICHARD SHINICHI ASAHI TRUSTEE

  

ELDA E & BEVERLY J BEETHE

  

GERARD BLAIN REV TRUST

  

GERARD BLAIN TRUSTEE

ANTHONY J BELLERDINE TRUST 5-19-04

  

ANTHONY J BELLERDINE TRUSTEE

  

DAVID J BLANK

  

NEWMAN L & EVELYN BENCH TRUST 4-5-96

  

BLUE PACIFIC INTL INVESTMENTS LLC

NEWMAN L & EVELYN M BENCH TRUSTEE

  

COLIN & RENEE WHITE PARTNERS

  

MIROSLAV & HELENA BENDA

  

W BRAD & JAN S BOBBITT

  

JOHN C BENNISON

  

GERALD K BODAMER TRUST 5-19-92

  

GERALD K BODAMER TRUSTEE

REBECCA C BENSON REV TRUST 6-26-84

  

REBECCA C BENSON TRUSTEE

  

THOMAS C BODE

  

CHARLES F & GLORIA BENZIE TRUST 8-13-93

  

THOMAS W & DONNA M BODENSTEINER

CHARLES F & GLORIA J BENZIE TRUSTEES

  
  

BOLEN REV LIV TRUST 2-21-00

ROGER & MARY BERCHTOLD FAM TRUST 3-21-97

  

ELDON KEITH & ADELL I BOLEN TRUSTEES

ROGER & MARY BERCHTOLD TRUSTEES

  

BOMBERGER FAM LIV TRUST 12-4-97

MICHAEL P & VIRGINIA I BERG

  

JAMES L & ELIZABETH BOMBERGER TRUSTEES

  

HOWARD S BERGER

  

LAWRE BONEKEMPER

  

ROLAND & LUANNE BERGSTROM

  

JEROME & SANDRA BONVIE

  

SUSAN BERIS

  

GEORGIA P BORDERS

  

STACEY BERLOW & MICHAEL KARASICK

  

KENNETH & ANN MARIE BORGMEYER

  

J TASHOF BERNTON

  

CLAIRE E BORK

  

C NELSON BERRY III

  

RICHARD W BORK

  

LEONARD & CORINNE BICKMAN TRUST

  

WALTER A BORK

LEONARD & CORINNE BICKMAN TRUSTEE

  
  

R JEFF BORLAND

LARRY R BIGBIE

  
  

ROBERT & PATTI BOSSI REV TRUST 10-27-00

BIG-ZIL LTD

  

ROBERT K & PATTI D BOSSI TRUSTEES

C/O SCOTT E JACKSON

  
  

CANDICE C BOWER

BILLINGS REV LIV TRUST 3-24-97

  

PAUL B & KAREN N BILLINGS TRUSTEE

  

TRUST OF PHILIP G BRADLEY 6-4-99

 

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JEROME L BILLINGSLEY & JULIANA ELLIS-BILLINGSLEY

  

PHILIP G & L RENATA BRADLEY TRUSTEES

  

BINDLER LIV TRUST 4-14-97

  

GARY J BRAMER

JULIAN BINDLER TRUSTEE

  
  

SUE ANN BRANDL TRUST 5-22-98

SALVATORE & WILMA BIONDO

  

SUE ANN BRANDL TRUSTEE

  

JAMES M BISSING

  

ROBERT E BRAZIL

LAURIE WRIGHT BREEDLOVE

  
  

HAROLD L & LILA M BUMANN TRUST

DIANE L BRENNER

  
  

LYNN M BURKHART TRUST 12-8-03

JOSEPH G BRENNY

  

LYNN M BURKHART TRUSTEE

  

TUPPER S BRIGGS

  

JOE ED & NAN JO BURNAM

  

REID M BRIGNAC

  

TIMOTHY D & CHRISTINE CAHALAN

  

DENISE M BRILL

  

CHARLES L CALCATERRA III TRUST 4-7-95

  

CHARLES L CALCATERRA III TRUSTEE

SHELLEY MILLS BRINKLEY

  
  

ESTHER CALCATERRA REV LIV TRUST 3-11-92

CLAUDIUS RAY & JUNE S BRINN

  

ESTHER CALCATERRA TRUSTEE

  

CARL P BROADWATER

  

DAVID G & BONNIE H CALVERT

  

BUFORD L BROCK TRUST 12-18-91

  

GERALD S CALVERT

BUFORD L BROCK TRUSTEE

  
  

RAUL N & SUSAN CALVO

DAVID R BROENEN

  
  

MARY L CAMPBELL

DANIEL & DONA BROKKE

  
  

ROSS CAMPESI

SCOTT D BRONSON

  
  

ANGEL LOPEZ CANDALES & HILDA L LOPEZ

CHARLES A & JOAN LORRAINE BROWN

  
  

MICHAEL T & BRENDA A CANNON

JAMES T & CARROLL K BROWN

  
  

ROBERT A & LESLIE CANNON

JO ANN MORRIS BROWN

  
  

JAMES G & PATRICIA E CARDILLO

KEVIN & SUSAN BROWN

  
  

DONNA CARLTON

MARY JANE BROWN

  
  

PATRICK T & HEIDI A CARNEY

NANCY BROWN

  
  

RICHARD P & JEAN M CARNEY

PAUL J & AMANDA M BROWN

  
  

THOMAS & MARGIE CARTER

R RAY BROWN

  
  

GRAEME M & LINDA A CASE TRUST 7-28-98

U T & YVONNE S BROWN

  

GRAEME M & LINDA A CASE TRUSTEES

  

MATTHEW & HEATHER BRUENING

  

GEORGE M & DEBORAH E CASEY

 

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JOHN J & ANNETTE L BRUNEAU

  

CHARLES & MARSHA CASHION TRUST

  

VERONICA ORTIZ BUCK

  

CHARLES J & MARSHA D CASHION TRUSTEES

  

KEVIN & ANNA BUCKMAN

  

JOHN P CAVANAUGH REV LIV TRUST 7-20-97

  

JOHN P CAVANAUGH TRUSTEE

MARY ANN BULLARD

  

VICTOR H & RHODA Y CHANG

  

LUANNE KENNA CHALE

  

JAMES BRUCE CHAPMAN TRUST

  

KEVIN & LORI COLUMBRO

JAMES BRUCE CHAPMAN TRUSTEE

  
  

RICHARD D & DORIS E CONDON

NEAL CHASTAIN

  
  

PATRICK J CONROY

GEORGE R & BARBARA P CHAVATEL

  
  

WILLIAM M CONROY III

ALAN D CHERRINGTON

  
  

J C JAMES COOK III

LAWRENCE M T CHEW

  
  

LEROY COOK

MICHAEL & DAWN CHITWOOD

  
  

GEORGE III & MICHELLE COOKE

ROBERT F & MARY C CHITWOOD

  
  

COOPER FAM LIV TRUST 11-8-04

WESLEY JJ & FRANCES CHOY

  

CLAIRE & RICHARD COOPER TRUSTEES

  

JOHN T & CAROL ANN CHRIST

  

ELIZABETH COSTEN

  

LORIN CHUN

  

MICHAEL J COSTIGAN & CYNTHIA L SEGERSTEN

  

GERALD A & PATRICIA C CHUPKA

  

JOHN R & DONNA S COWDREY

  

A MARK & AMY CIGAN

  

CRABTREE ENTERPRISES LLC

  

TODD H PATTERSON MGR

GAIL L CISEL LIV TRUST

  
  

DAVID L & DEBORAH L CRIFASI

EDWARD F CLARKE LIV TRUST 1-14-94

  
  

ERIC CUMMING

EDWARD F CLARKE TRUSTEE

  
  

WILLIAM C CUMMINGS JR REV TRUST 9-18-98

JOHN CLARK

  

WILLIAM C CUMMINGS TRUSTEE

  

CLARK FAM LIV TRUST 12-7-99

  

C PATRICK & MARIA C CUNTZ

ROBERT L & JANE E CLARK TRUSTEES

  
  

CHARLES & MARGARET CURRINDER

PATRICK J & BRENDA CLARKE TRUST 7-8-87

  

PATRICK J & BRENDA J CLARKE TRUSTEES

  

JOSEPH R CURRY

  

PATSY J CLAYTON

  

KENNETH D CUSTER

  

ROBERT D & CATHERINE N CLEARY

  

THOMAS P DALY

  
  

FRANCINE DANER

 

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THOMAS & CYNTHIA CLEMENT

  
  

ELIZABETH & LAWRENCE D'ANGELO

MANUEL COCKBURN

  
  

ROBERTA LEVINE DANIELS

STEPHEN W COLBY

  
  

BARRY H & CARYN B DANOFF

WILLIAM B COLBY

  
  

NED & SHARON DANUSER

MICHELE COLEMAN TRUST 11-2-93

  

MICHELE COLEMAN TRUSTEE

  

R RUSSELL DARBY

MATTHEW J DARINGER

  

PAUL J D'ORAZIO

  

ROBERT C & MARY A DAVIS

  

NANCY L DORLAC TRUST 5-29-03

  

NANCY L DORLAC TRUSTEE

JEFFREY B & VALERIE S DAYTON

  
  

DONALD J DORR

VINCENT J DEANGELIS

  
  

VICTORIA J DORR TRUST 7-23-98

FLOYD R DEAL JR LIV TRUST 1-6-00

  

VICTORIA J DORR TRUSTEE

FLOYD R DEAL JR

  
  

GLEN P DOSS

DANIEL & GAYLE DECKER

  
  

FANE S DOWNS

LEE DEEL

  
  

GALEN & LINDA DRENNAN TRUST 8-22-03

JAMES S & ELIZABETH H DEKRUIF

  

GALEN G & LINDA S DRENNAN TRUSTEE

  

ANE-GRETHE DELANEY

  

LYNWOOD M & JUDITH S DRISKILL

  

ROBERT C & DONNA D DELUCA

  

FRED DUGGAN

  

PATRICIA A DERRY

  

WALTER W & PEGGY A DURHAM

  

EDWIN E & BARBARA J DICKAU

  

JEAN H DURNAL REV LIV TRUST 3-9-95

  

JEAN H DURNAL TRUSTEE

DAVID M & JANE DICKERSON

  
  

DAVID R DYE

CARLA D DICKMAN LIV TRUST

  

CARLA D DICKMAN TRUSTEE

  

JEFFREY A EBERLEIN

  

FREDERIC L DIEBOLD JR

  

TIMOTHY EBERLEIN MD & KIM EBERLEIN

  

DIESMAN FAM TRUST 7-21-98

  

DINEEN M EBERT REV TRUST 12-20-99

MICHAEL & KATHLEEN DIESMAN TRUSTEES

  

DINEEN M EBERT TRUSTEE

  

LESTER L DILLS REV TRUST 7-13-89

  

DOROTHY ECKERT TRUST 9-18-91

LESTER L DILLS TRUSTEE

  

DOROTHY ANN ECKERT TRUSTEE

  

RODNEY D DIR REV TRUST 7-13-01

  

EDWARDS LIV TRUST 7-31-01

RODNEY D DIR TRUSTEE

  

ANN L EDWARDS TRUSTEE

  

LOUIS DITOPPA

  

M E & JOAN E EDWARDS

  

WILLARD L & CLETA B DIX

  

BETHEL L EILAND

  

FLORENCE A DOCKENDORF TRUST

  

STEVE & JANE ELAM

FLORENCE A DOCKENDORF TRUSTEE

  
  

GARY ELDER

 

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DAVID E DODRILL REV INTV TRUST

  

DAVID E & M ANNE DODRILL TRUSTEES

  

JOHN C & BETH ELKINS

  

RICHARD & LIZABETH DOMANSKI

  

ELLINGSON INVESTMENTS LLC

  

C/O MARK J OR LORI ELLINGSON TRUSTEES

JAMES W DONNELLY

  
  

RICHARD HALL FITZGERALD II TRUST 7-22-03

GREGORY M ELLIS

  

RICHARD FITZGERALD II TRUSTEE

  

HOWARD M ELSON

  

A KEN FLAKE

  

ALAN S & CHRISTINE A ELZEA

  

MARY FLAUAUS REV LIV TRUST 2-1-94

  

MARY M WURTZ TRUSTEE

DAVID K ENDO

  
  

SIDNEY FLEISCHER

FREDERICK D & GLENNA ENGLE

  
  

STEVEN K & CHRISTINA FLETCHER

DONNA GAIL ENRICO

  
  

STEPHEN M FLUEGGE LIV TRUST 8-3-01

LARRY F ERFLING

  

STEPHEN M FLUEGGE TRUSTEE

  

JOAN H ERICSON TRUST

  

M WAYNE FLYE

  

JUDITH ESPY REV LIV TRUST 6-12-02

  

JOHN & MICHELLE FLYNN

JUDITH ESPY TRUSTEE

  
  

FOGLE LIV TRUST 9-26-95

ROBERT CHARLES & BEVERLY EVANS

  

STEPHEN & MARJORIE FOGLE TRUSTEES

  

NANCY M FARMER TRUST 7-28-00

  

GEORGE W FORBES III

NANCY M FARMER TRUSTEE

  
  

MICHAEL J FORKINS

DONALD J FARQUHAR

  
  

CATHERINE TAYLOR FOSTER

PATRICK D & KAREN S FARQUHAR

  
  

ELIZABETH A FOSTER

KATHLEEN FEDACK

  
  

JOHN E FOSTER

STEVEN C FEDER

  
  

JOHN BRENT FOSTER

FENNELL & MONDAY LIV TRUST 7-3-02

  

JAMES FENNELL & DIANE MONDAY TRUSTEES

  

CHARLES W & JACQUELINE C FOWLER

  

METAXAS FERENTINOS & MARY ZACK

  

DAVE FRANCISCO LIV TRUST 12-19-97

  

DAVID H & JANET FRANCISCO TRUSTEE

RICHARD & JUNE FERGUSON

  
  

DARREL D FRANKLIN REV TRUST 10-8-99

CHARLES M FERNANDEZ LIV TRUST 10-11-96

  

DARREL D FRANKLIN TRUSTEE

CHARLES M FERNANDEZ TRUSTEE

  
  

ANDREA T FRAZER LIV TRUST 11-22-02

FETTERS FAM TRUST

  

ANDREA T FRAZER TRUSTEE

MICHAEL L & TANYA H FETTERS TRUSTEES

  
  

EARL E FREEMAN

KENNETH TODD FIELDS

  

 

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MARGARET FILINGERI

  

FREIERT REV LIV TRUST 11-12-92

  

MILTON A & ELEANOR J FREIERT TRUSTEES

MICHAEL J FILINGERI

  
  

DONALD E JR & ROBIN R FRENCH

RICHARD H FINNEY

  
  

JEAN ANN KRBECHK FREY & WILLIAM J FREY

JAMES E FISCHER

  

STEPHEN & SUZANNE FREY

  

MARC F GLICKSTEIN

  

ROGER FRICKEL

  

JOHN M GLIDEWELL LIV TRUST 3-30-99

  

JOHN M GLIDEWELL TRUSTEE

LOREN J FRIDGEN REV TRUST 6-28-04

  

LOREN J FRIDGEN TRUSTEE

  

MATTHEW & MARILYN GLOEGE

  

MICHAEL L FRITZ

  

S L GOFF LTD

  

SARA L GOFF GEN PARTNER

GERARD & SHERRILL FROESEL

  
  

DOROTHY I GOGGIO REV LIV TRUST 11-27-96

MIYEKO FUJIKI REV LIV TRUST 3-22-82 & AMD 7-9-02

  

MIYEKO FUJIKI TRUSTEE

  

DOROTHY I GOGGIO TRUSTEE

  

CHRISTOPHER & LAUREN P FUNK

  

EUGENE GOLDMAN

  

DONALD & SANDRA FURUYA

  

JAMES GOMEZ TRUST 10-8-94

  

JAMES GOMEZ TRUSTEE

RICHARD C GAGE

  
  

GARY D & JAN M GOOD

KEVIN J GALLAGHER

  
  

JOSEPH D GORG REV LIV TRUST 4-28-99

MATTHEW M & MARY ANN GALLUS

  

JOSEPH D GORG TRUSTEE

  

GANTNER LIV TRUST 2-14-96

  

CECILIA L GORMAN

STEPHEN & BARBARA GANTNER TRUSTEE

  
  

DAVID GOULD

THOMAS H GARNETT JR

  
  

MICHAEL L GOULD

EUGENE & MARY JO GAROFALO

  
  

DAVID J W GRANT

ROBERT M & TONI N GARRETT

  
  

JAMES G GRATTAN MD & REBECCA A H GRATTAN

ARTURO & WANDA GARRIGA

  
  

MICHAEL A GRAVEN

CARL S GATES LIV TRUST

  

CARL S & CAROLYN F GATES TRUSTEES

  

MICHAEL A GRAVEN

  

VERNON & MARILYN GEILE

  

MICHAEL T GREEN

  

KEN GEORGE

  

MICHAEL J GREEN

  

WILLIAM H GERBER TRUST 12-5-94

  

BENNETT E GREENFIELD

WILLIAM & BETH S GERBER TRUSTEES

  
  

IRVING & LORRAINE GREGERSEN

DONALD E & JANET S GIBBS

  
  

MELISSA A GRIFFIN

 

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MARTIN J GIEHRL

  

PHILLIP GRILLO

  

VICKI GILES

  
  

DONALD G & JANE C GRIMALDI

GEORGE J JR & WINIFRED A GILLEN

  
  

MARILYN A GALATI-GROTE TRUST 3-11-96

DAVID STEVEN GLADE

  

MARILYN A GALATI GROTE TRUSTEE

  

DAVID & DIANE GRUBBS

  

ROBERT C HARRINGTON REV TRUST 9-17-02

  

ROBERT C HARRINGTON TRUSTEE

MARK J GRUDZIELANEK

  
  

ROGER HARRIS FAM TRUST 9-29-94

GRUNDNER TRUST 3-22-00

  

ROGER HARRIS TRUSTEE

WOLFGANG & IRMGARD GRUNDNER TRUSTEES

  
  

SCOTT HARRIS

GTF ENTERPRISES LLC

  
  

VERONICA S HARRIS LIV TRUST 11-23-94

PAULA M GULLEY

  

VERONICA S & KEVIN E HARRIS TRUSTEES

  

SUMIKO GUMMERT TRUST

  

PAUL F HARSTAD

  

THE GUNTHER 93 FAM TRUST

  

BRIAN T HART

DON J & ROSEMARY T GUNTHER TRUSTEES

  
  

JOHN T HARTLEY

ROBERT W GURNEY

  
  

GEORGE R HARTNETT

PATRICIA A GUTER

  
  

JOHN C HARVEY

PATRICIA ANN GUTER TRUST

  
  

TED HASSELBRING

JEFFREY A GUTHRIE

  
  

HAVELKA HOLDING CO LP

GEORGE E GUTTSCHALK DECL TRUST 1-15-01

  

GEORGE E & JUDY L GUTTSCHALK TRUSTEES

  

BRADLEY & KIMBERLY HAWPE

  

MICHAEL A & SUNAY GYORI

  

MICHAEL HAYES

  

KURT M & GAYLE HUNTER HAGLUND

  

H & M HAYNES FAM TRUST

  

HAROLD H & MERTIE C HAYNES TRUSTEES

MAZEN & RANDA HAJJI

  
  

DORIS A HAZERJIAN

HALLMARK-SOUTHWEST CORP

  
  

NANCY HEDRICK

KENNETH HALVELAND LIV TRUST 1-15-92

  

KENNETH HALVELAND TRUSTEE

  

JAMES L & WILMA H HEFLIN

  

DOREEN HANDZLIK

  

JAMES L & WILMA H HEFLIN

  

HOLLY HANING & LANCE MCINTOSH

  

ROBERT J & CATHERINE HEINSOHN

  

DAVID C HANLON

  

STEPHANIE KAUFMAN HELLER TRUST

  

STEPHANIE KAUFMAN HELLER TRUSTEE

LISA J HANSARD MD & PATRICK A HASKELL MD

  

 

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DAVID A HENLEY

JERRY B & CATHY A HANSEN

  
  

JEFFREY D HENRY

WILLIAM W & DIANNE S HANSEN

  
  

ROLLA G & SHERRY HENRY

BERNARD PERRY HANSON

  
  

ROLLA G HENRY NON-MARITAL TRUST

JAMES L & LINDA L HANSON

  

AMY G HENRY TRUSTEE

  

JAMES R HEROLD TRUST 5-25-01

  

ELAINE B HUDSON

  

FRED HETZEL

  

HUEMMER REV LIV TRUST 3-15-05

  

ERIC JOHN & EVELYN S HUEMMER TRUSTEES

JOAN HEWITT & NORMAN STRUBING

  
  

CARL L & NANCY L HUETT

D ALEX HICKLIN III

  
  

DONALD M HUFFMAN REV TRUST 11-12-98

JAMES R HICKS LIV REV TRUST

  

DONALD M HUFFMAN TRUSTEE

JAMES R HICKS TRUSTEE

  
  

WILLIAM R HUGHES

JOHN H HIGH

  
  

CAROL L HUME

ALLEN P & JANIE L HILL

  
  

RETT & JEANNE HUMKE

HILL-CURRIE FAM TRUST 5-20-04

  

JOYCE CURRIE & WILLIAM HILL TRUSTEES

  

LARRY S & BEVERLY HUMPHRIES

  

HIRBE REV LIV TRUST

  

JOHN & MARILYN HUNT

FRANK J & ROSEMARY HIRBE TRUSTEES

  
  

KEITH W HUNTER

DENNIS E HISER

  
  

HUNTER LIV TRUST 12-9-03

DENNIS & DIANE HITCHCOCK

  

RONALD S HUNTER TRUSTEE

  

DEANNE W L HO

  

BOBBY L HURD

  

DAVID S HODGES MD

  

HURT FAM LIV TRUST

  

EDWARD B OR MARJORIE D HURT TRUSTEES

DEAN A HOLLAND

  
  

THOMAS M INGEBRAND

EUGENE F HOLLAND JR

  
  

HARRY T INOUYE TRUST

EUGENE F HOLLAND SR

  

HARRY T INOUYE TRUSTEE

  

GEORGE D & TERESA O HOLLAND

  

MICHAEL R & WENDY IRWIN

  

HOLSTINE LIV TRUST

  

JOANNE S IVERSON LIV TRUST 10-29-96

JAY S & KRISTINE M HOLSTINE TRUSTEES

  
  

JOANNE S IVERSON TRUSTEE

EBERHARD & BARBARA HOMMEL

  
  

REID T IWAMOTO

RICHARD B & BARBARA P HOOK

  
  

JIMMY S JACKSON

JOHN W & ELISABETH HORVATH

  
  

JOE JACKSON

 

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BYRON & LAURA HOTZLER

  

LAWRENCE N & DONNIE S JACKSON

  

THOMAS F HOWELL

  

MICHAEL E & DEBORAH A JACOB

  

CLAUDIA B HUBBARD

  

DONALD E JAHNCKE LIV TRUST

  

DONALD E JAHNCKE TRUSTEE

JULIUS C HUBBARD JR

  
  

EUGENE G KAM REV TRUST 11-12-92

THOMAS B JAHNCKE LIV TRUST 1-15-81

  

EUGENE KAM TRUSTEE

THOMAS B JAHNCKE TRUSTEE

  
  

RICHARD LEE & KAREN SUE KASTEL

KEVIN F JAMES

  
  

CHANDRA S KAUP MD PC

RICHARD C JANSEN LIV TRUST 8-25-99

  

RICHARD C JANSEN TRUSTEE

  

TRUDY E KEANE REV LIV TRUST 5-8-98

  

TRUDY E KEANE TRUSTEE

NORMAN L & MARY K JARRELLS

  
  

JARVIS ANDREW KEEL JR

LEIGH ANN JENKINS MD

  
  

MARCIA KELASH

TWYLA V JIMENEZ & ROBIN R SHURTLEFF

  
  

DANIEL F & DOREEN S KELII LIV TRUST 7-5-01

CATHERINE G JOHN

  

DANIEL & DOREEN KELII TRUSTEES

  

CLARK D JOHNSON

  

DONALD KELLEY

  

EVAH B JOHNSON REV LIV TRUST 8-28-92

  

JIM & MARGARET A KENNEDY

EVAH B JOHNSON TRUSTEE

  
  

PETER W & LAURA K KENNEDY

HAL H JOHNSON

  
  

ALAN R & LINDA A KERTZ

J BUFORD & DIANE ROOK JOHNSON

  
  

KEVIN P KERTZ

MILDRED M JOHNSON REV LIV TRUST 8-28-92

  

MILDRED M JOHNSON TRUSTEE

  

THOMAS J KIEFFER

  

RONALD R JOHNSON

  

JERRY B & SHARON E KING

  

ROY JOHNSTON

  

JASON T & TERESA KINGSBURY

  

JAY H JONES

  

EMMETT & MEI LI KINNEY

  

MICHAEL G JONES

  

MARILYN KINNEY

  

RON JONES REV LIV TRUST 3-6-01

  

ALAN KIRCHENBAUM & BARBARA SILVERSTEIN

  

RON JONES TRUSTEE

  

SUSAN E KLEE

  

KENNETH L JORDAN JR TRUST

  

KLEFFNER REV LIV TRUST 11-4-92

KENNETH L JORDAN JR TRUSTEE

  

JEROME B & DONNA M KLEFFNER TRUSTEES

  

THE JORDAN FAM LLC

  

MAGGIE KLEIN

KENNETH L JORDAN MGR

  
  

KIRK L JORDAN

  

 

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HAROLD E & DORIS M KLINK

ANN JORNLIN

  
  

KNESS TRUST AGREEMENT 8-30-02

JR TEEM ENERGY ENTERPRISES LLC

  

WILLIAM A & PATRICIA A KNESS TRUSTEES

  

DONNA L JUDD REV TRUST 11-22-04

  

LEONARD M KOBLENZ

DONNA L JUDD TRUSTEE

  
  

WILLIAM SCOTT KOERNER

JOHN W KOFEL

  

BOB & TINA LAMB

  

JOHN & SANDRA KOFEL

  

JAMES A LAMSON

  

SANDRA KOFEL

  

LANDMARK EAST PARTNERSHIP

  

EDWARD & JUDITH KOHLBERG

  

LANCE L LANE

  

DR RONALD H KOHLMEIER

  

ROBERT J LANGE

  

ALBERT J & JOYCE S KOLLINGER

  

E JAMES & ABEGAIL R LANGHAM

  

MEGAN & DAN KONOLD

  

TERRY L & PATTI L LARDINOIS

  

DARRELL J & BEVERLY LOGAS KOOPMAN

  

RICHARD A LARSON

  

WILLIAM J & JEANNETTE KORPECKI

  

CRUZ & PAM LATHAM REV TRUST 7-21-04

  

CRUZ & PAM LATHAM TRUSTEES

FRANCES F KOZUKI

  
  

BOBBY T LEE REV LIV TRUST

KRAFT FAM TRUST 7-27-05

  

BOBBY T LEE TRUSTEE

DONALD L & NANCY M KRAFT TRUSTEES

  
  

CHARLOTTE LEE

GORDON A & VIRGINIA L KRAMER

  
  

RODNEY K F LEE

MICHAEL KRAUSE

  
  

JAMES O & LINDA C LEESE

CHARLES & GAIL KREITNER

  
  

RICHARD LEHRER

THOMAS R SR & DONNA L KRINGS

  
  

JEAN LEPAGE

JONATHAN S KROHN MD

  
  

ERNEST E & ELIZABETH J LESTER

LINDA M KRUENEGEL REV LIV TRUST 1-22-02

  

LINDA M KRUENEGEL TRUSTEE

  

GEORGE H & JERI A LEVESQUE

  

SARA KRULWICH

  

JILL J LEVIN

  

DALE K & KAREN KRUSE

  

FREDERICK J LEVITSKY

  

NEIL A KURTZMAN

  

LAVERNE A & R M LEVY

  

KURZWEIL TRUST

  

JULIE D LEWIS TRUST 8-7-03

  

JULIE D LEWIS TRUSTEE

ANITA L HELFERS KUSS

  
  

TINA & TODD LIBERTO

THOMAS J KUZMA

  
  

THOM E & JOYCE S LICHTE

 

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MARY ANN D LACEY

  
  

MERLE J LIEWER

TERRELL C LADY TRUST

  

TERRELL C LADY TRUSTEE

  

JEFFREY A LIGGETT

  

DAVID R & FAYE L LAFSER

  

CHRISTOPHER D & MELISSA K LIND

KATHLEEN ANN LINDEKE & JEFFREY L COATS

  
  

ANTHONY V MAGLIANO &

MARK LINDSEY

  

VICTORIA NAVALES-MAGLIANO

  

EDWARD G & REBECCA A LIPPITT

  

DAVID N MAIDER

  

JAMES J JR & MARYANN S LITTERELLE

  

JENNIFER K MAII

  

LYNNETTE H LITWIN

  

DAVID L JR & DONNA T MAJCEN

  

WILLIAM E JR & SUSAN D LLOYD

  

BEVERLEE A MARSH

  

BARBARA A LOCK REV TRUST 5-30-01

  

TERRY L MARSH

BARBARA A LOCK TRUSTEE

  
  

MARGERY M MARSHALL TRUST 12-27-96

PATSY LOCK

  

MARGERY M MARSHALL TRUSTEE

  

MELODYE LOCKLEAR

  

HELEN MARTIN

  

MARCIA J LOESING REV LIV TRUST 1-23-97

  

LARRY B MARTIN & CHERYL VANDERMEER-MARTIN

MARCIA J LOESING TRUSTEE

  
  

MARK MARTIN

VIRGINIA L LONERGAN

  
  

SCOTT C MARTIN

JOSEPH C LONG

  
  

WILLIAM F & VIRGINIA A MARTIN

J WADE LOPEZ

  
  

DAVID MATHIES

VERA LOPEZ REV TRUST 12-22-99

  

VERA LOPEZ TRUSTEE

  

VICTOR MATRICARDI

  

LORRANE J LOUDER

  

ELSA L A MATSUSHIMA

  

DANIEL B LOVERCHECK

  

T FLEMINIG MATTOX MD

  

JOAN & WESLEY LOWE

  

MAU LIV TRUST 4-11-97

  

PATRICK K S & ESTELLA L L MAU TRUSTEES

DAVID J LUCIDO TRUST 6-18-92

  

DAVID & MARY SUDBROCK LUCIDO TRUSTEES

  

M CLIFTON MAXWELL

  

STEPHEN & AUDREY LUDEMAN TRUST

  

KEITH P MAYER

STEPHEN P & AUDREY D LUDEMAN TRUSTEES

  
  

ROBERT C MAYER MD

JANET & CHARLES LUTTON TRUST

  
  

TIMOTHY E MAYER

GERALD J LYNCH

  
  

MCARDLE FAM LIV TRUST

 

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JOAN P LYNCH

  

LINDA SANBOR MCCARTHY

  

LYSAUGHT FAM TRUST 10-3-90

  

KAY MCCLAIN

JEFFREY & KATHLEEN LYSAUGHT TRUSTEES

  
  

JAMES & SHIRLEY MCCLUNG TRUST 7-2-02

MARY S MACRANDER

  

JAMES & SHIRLEY MCCLUNG TRUSTEES

  

WILLIAM MICHAEL MCCULLOUGH JR

  

FELIX MIRANDO

  

THOMAS E & SUZANNE L MCDANIEL

  

TERESA V MITCHUM REV LIV TRUST 9-22-04

  

TERESA V MITCHUM TRUSTEE

ROBERT MCDONALD

  
  

CHARLES W MOCK

DONALD E MCFARLAND

  
  

CARL J & JUDITH A MODZINSKI

ROBERT & MARY MCGLAUGHLIN TRUST 10-21-97

  

ROBERT & MARY MCGLAUGHLIN TRUSTEE

  

JOHN W MONSTED

  

THOMAS A & PATRICIA MCGRATH

  

WILLIAM C & SANDRA MONTIGNANI

  

CARROL A MCILROY

  

DONALD MOORE LIV TRUST

  

RONALD J & KAREN Z MCINTOSH

  

EMORY L MOORE

  

JENNIE MCKINNEY

  

RONALD L MOORE

  

BARRY F & MELISSA C MCNEIL

  

MORAN FAM TRUST 11-5-03

  

ROBERT & SUSAN MORAN TRUSTEES

MCVEY REV LIV TRUST AGMT 9-28-98

  
  

TROY E & ALICE J MCVEY TRUSTEES

  

CALDWELL & HELLMUTH MORGAN FAM LTD PARTNERSHIP

  

BRIAN D MEADE

  

WALLY MORGAN FAM LTD PARTNERSHIP

  

RODNEY N MEADE

  

BARRY G MORLOCK

  

DEBBIE L & JOHN L MEADER

  

JASON MORRIS

  

MEIER FAM TRUST 11-6-83

  

JOSEPH MUDD

WILLIAM E & DOROTHY A MEIER TRUSTEES

  
  

NANCY L MUDD

BERNARD & FAYE STARR MELEMAI

  
  

MULBERRY REV LIV TRUST 5-11-95

MENTO FAM TRUST

  

RICHARD & JANE D MULBERRY TRUSTEES

  

RONALD & SUSAN MEREDITH

  

JAMES MULKEY

  

JOHN G MERGNER SR

  

BRIAN MULLIGAN REV TRUST 5-13-04

  

BRIAN MULLIGAN TRUSTEE

DR CLYDE G C MEW

  
  

BRYAN W & JOYCE A MUNDY

JOHN D MICHAELSEN

  
  

MUNSTER FAM LIV TRUST

 

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LLOYD K MIGITA

  

LOUISE C MUNSTER TRUSTEE

  

HILDEGARD MILKE

  

MURPHY FAM TRUST 3-9-89

  

THERON MURPHY TRUSTEE

WILLIAM J MILLARD LIV TRUST 10-19-01

  

WILLIAM J MILLARD & GARY R ANDERSON CO-TRUSTEES

  

JOANNE E MURPHY ADMINS TRUST 10-17-02

  

JOHN SULLIVAN TRUSTEE

LOIS A MINTO REV LIV TRUST 8-8-96

  

LOIS A MINTO TRUSTEE

  

ROBERT F MURPHY

PHIL MURRAY

  

STEVEN & BARBARA NUSSBAUM

  

WILLIAM C MUSSON

  

BART O'CONNOR

  

NAES LIV TRUST 2-6-1

  

ERIC J OELTJEN

RICHARD L & MILDRED E NAES TRUSTEES

  
  

AUDREY J OLSON

MICHAEL A NAGAO

  
  

RICHARD & MELODY D OLSON

MYLES N & IRIS S NAKAMURA

  
  

MICHAEL & JANICE O'NEAL

MARK M NAKATSUKASA

  
  

BARRY F & SUSAN M OSWALT

NANA FAM TRUST 8-4-97

  

MAYUR M & JYOTIKA M PATEL TRUSTEES

  

LESA OSWALT

  

NELSON FAM TRUST

  

WILLIAM & LYNDA OTT

DAVID M NELSON TRUSTEE

  
  

LARRY D OVERLEY

JANE M NELSON

  
  

ROBERTA S PADGETT TRUST 8-25-03

NELSON FAM REV TRUST 5-13-02

  

JOHN B III OR ROBERTA A PADGETT CO-TRUSTEES

L L & CAROL A NELSON TRUSTEES

  
  

ANTHONY & M'LISS PAGANO

VERNON R NELSON

  
  

JACK PAGE

JOHN J NESWADI JR

  
  

EARL PAGLIARO

A ROBERT NEURATH

  
  

PALMER FAM LIV TRUST

VIRGINIA V NEVILLE

  

WILLIAM L & PATRICIA A PALMER TRUSTEES

  

THOMAS E & JOYCE L NICCUM TRUST 3-25-03

  

PAUL PANDIAN

THOMAS E & JOYCE L NICCUM TRUSTEE

  
  

MARY PARADOWSKI REV LIV TRUST 7-7-93

RANDALL W NICHOLS

  

MARY PARADOWSKI TRUSTEE

  

BOYD B JR & MELISSA NICHOLSON

  

MOLLIE B PARDO

  

VAN A NIEMELA & NANCY ANN CROWE

  

PARMER FAM LIV TRUST 3-22-00

  

WILL F OR LAURA V PARMER TRUSTEES

GARY M & J DELORES NIEMEYER

  
  

SARA A PARSONS

BILLY DEWAYNE & TOMMIE JEAN NIXON

  

 

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SADASHIV D PARWATIKAR

DR KENT & LYNDA NOELL

  
  

WAYNE & SHARON PASCHALL

STEPHEN & JUDITH MOGELNICKI

  
  

MARY B PASPALAS

MELVIN Y & SHIRLEY R NOJIMA

  
  

RICHARD W PATTON

GENE NOWAK

  
  

DAVID S & DARCY L PEARSON

KATHLEEN J NUCKLES

  

PAMELA J PEET

  

HARRY H PRICE

  

DAVID R & BARBARA G PEIRSON

  

PRINCE 2002 FAM TRUST

  

BILLY & MARSHA PRINCE TRUSTEES

JACK & SANDRA PENDERGRAPH

  
  

THOMAS & ANGELA PROST

LEE D PENNINGTON

  
  

JOHN C & BARBARA D PRUE

FRANCIS L & CLAUDEEN M PENRY

  
  

DR JACKIE PUJOL

BRIAN & LISA PERKETT

  
  

JAMES D PULLIAM

WARREN PETER LIV TRUST

  

PATRICIA P PETER TRUSTEE

  

THOMAS J PUSATERI

  

ETHEL C PETTIGREW

  

BILL & MARY QUATTLEBAUM

  

CLARENCE PETTIT

  

QUATTLEBAUM FARMS INC

  

BILL QUATTLEBAUM GENERAL MGR

RICHARD W PHILLIPS

  
  

ERMA JEAN QUIRK &

RONALD H PHILLIPS

  

SHAWN PATRICK JOSEPH QUIRK

  

ALAN D PIAKER

  

R & J ENERGY ENTERPRISES LLC

  

SAUL & NANCY PILCHEN

  

BRUCE J RAILEY

  

MICHAEL PIPITONE REV LIV TRUST 9-6-00

  

DONNA M RAINS REV TRUST 11-10-92

MICHAEL PIPITONE TRUSTEE

  
  

RALSTON FAM TRUST 4-6-04

GLEE L & GAIL E PITNEY TRUST 6-16-99

  

KENNETH R & BETTY RALSTON TRUSTEES

GLEE L & GAIL E PITNEY TRUSTEES

  
  

CHRISTOPHER J RANCK TRUST 7-9-98

DANIAL L POEL & ROBBIE L ROSE-POEL

  

CHRISTOPHER J RANCK TRUSTEE

  

LARRY W POESSNECKER

  

RONALD L RANDALL

  

PAUL POESSNECKER

  

DAVID L RANKIN

  

DR HARTLEY POLASKY

  

DON G RAPER

  

RICHARD & DEBRA POLLAK

  

CHITTARANJAN & SASMITA RAY

  

MICHAEL J POLLEY

  

RCB ENTERPRISES LLC

  

BRIAN T & PITA A POLLOM

  

JEFFREY A & JANA A REBOULET

 

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RONNY & KAREN POPE REV TRUST 11-13-97

  

MICHAEL & KATHY RECKERT

  

JOEL PORT

  

MELVIN J JR & SUSAN RECTOR

  

BERT & ENID POWELL

  

ELIZABETH N REICHERT TRUST 11-10-89

  

ELIZABETH N REICHERT TRUSTEE

MARK W POWELL

  
  

MARJORIE J REID FAM TRUST UAD 1988

  

TIMOTHY & VICTORIA RODELL TRUST 10-5-00

MARJORIE J REID TRUSTEE

  

TIMOTHY & VICTORIA RODELL TRUSTEE

  

JEANNINE REILLY

  

KIRK W ROEBKEN

  

THOMAS & NORMA REILLY

  

ROBERT ROGERS & CAROLINE BYRD

  

VINCENT REVELS

  

ROBERT ROGGE

  

TIMOTHY REYHONS

  

SAUNDRA A ROHRER REV TRUST 3-30-05

  

SAUNDRA A & GARY M ROHRER TRUSTEE

PHILIP H JR & TADAKO RHODES

  
  

BETTY T ROMAN

HARRY K & KAREN M RICHARDS

  
  

ROBERT A ROOD

LEAH R RIEDEL

  
  

SID H & DOLORES J ROODA

GLORIA C RIGGLEMAN

  
  

JOE A & ROLYNN M ROSE

SUZANNE G RIKKOLA TRUST

  
  

DAVID ROSEN

JAMES C RINGENOLDUS TRUST 5-20-98

  

JAMES C RINGENOLDUS TRUSTEE

  

LEONARD ROSENBERG LIV TRUST 10-5-94

  

LOENARD ROSENBERG TRUSTEE

JACQUELINE RINGENOLDUS TRUST 5-20-98

  

JAMES RINGENOLDUS TRUSTEE

  

PAUL H & GEORGIA C ROSS

  

BARON E & MARY E RITTINER RLT 5-16-05

  

WENDY ROSS & JAMES BEIRNE

BARON E & MARY E RITTINER TRUSTEE

  
  

ROTH FAM LIMITED PARTNERSHI

ROBERT F & MARGARET A RIVERS

  
  

NOLA JANICE ROTHERMICH TRUST 7-6-00

MICHAEL L & LINDA KAY ROBARDS

  

NOLA JANICE ROTHERMICH TRUSTEE

  

DAVID & TRICIA ROBERTS

  

JEFFREY A & DABNEY H ROUSH

  

ROBERT L & HELEN M ROBERTS

  

JOHN W RUDIBAUGH

  

MAX & CAROLYN ROBINOWITZ

  

LOUIS M RUGGIANO

  

JOHN M & KATHRYN M ROBSON

  

HELEN RULEY

  

EDWARD ROCHMAN

  

MARIAN C RUPP

  

JERRY ROCHMAN

  

WILLIAM & CHERYL SAALI

 

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ROGER ROCHMAN

  

ARTHUR T SABOUNJIAN

  

STEPHEN C ROCHMAN MD & JUDITH D ROCHMAN

  

RONALD & JOAN SAEGER

  

BERNARD E RODELL REV LIV TRUST 1-19-96

  

RONALD SALZETTI

BERNARD E RODELL TRUSTEE

  
  

LOUIS EDWARD SAN CLEMENTE TRUST 5-26-92

  

LOUIS EDWARD SAN CLEMENTE TRUSTEE

J LARRY & WINONA C SANDS

  

ARDEN A & BARBARA A SELVERIAN

  

CAROLYN R SANDVIG

  

DONALD & TINA SHACKLEFORD

  

RICHARD & PATRICIA A SANDVIK

  

SHACKLEFORD FAM TRUST 6-21-01

  

EARLENE & DONALD SHACKLEFORD TRUSTEES

RICHARD B SANFORD

  
  

CINDY SHAHAN

SASS FAM LIV TRUST 7-29-97

  

WILLIAM C & EVELYN SASS TRUSTEES

  

GREG M SHAHAN

  

GERALD K SATO TRUST 10-10-96

  

THOMAS E & CHERYL A SHANAHAN

GERALD K SATO TRUSTEE

  
  

HUGH G SHEARIN

REBECCA SAUDER REV TRUST 6-5-95

  

REBECCA L SAUDER TRUSTEE

  

JUNE S SHEARIN

  

STEPHEN J & JO E SCHAAF

  

ROBERT L IV & KAREN K SHEPPARD

  

LAIRD F SCHALLER

  

GLENN SHERARD

  

ROBERT L SCHIFF MD

  

WILLIAM & FAITH SHERMAN TRUST

  

WILLIAM & FAITH SHERMAN TRUSTEES

DOROTHY J SCHMELZEIS

  
  

DOUGLAS J SHILLIDAY

RONALD & CAROL SCHMIDT LIV TRUST 5-21-04

  

RONALD E & CAROL SCHMIDT TRUSTEES

  

KAY R SHIRLEY

  

VERNON J & BETTY JANE SCHMITZ

  

SUSAN M SANDVIG-SHOBE

  

FRANK SCHOBERLE

  

DAVID T SIGNORI TRUST 1-13-03

  

DAVID & LINDA SIGNORI CO-TRUSTEES

LARRY D & DIANE L SCHROEDER

  
  

BARBARA K SILBER

WARREN & LOIS SCHUBERT

  
  

ANN MARIE SILVIUS

JOHN & M SUE SCHUENEMANN

  
  

ROBERT G SIMMONS & MARSHA A PAVLETICH

MARYANN SCHUERMANN REV TRUST 8-3-95

  

MARYANN SCHUERMANN TRUSTEE

  

KRISHNA K SINGH

  

GARY G & JERIE A SCHWARTZ

  

SARLA SINGH

  

JED & GLENDALEE SCULLY

  

JOHN N SINGLETON

 

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ROBERT W SEAMAN

  

ROGER W & KATHY L SIUDA

  

FRED SEARS II

  

ROBERT P SJOQUIST

  

JOAN L SEDLACEK TRUST

  

ARTHUR N SKLADMAN

  

LORENE A SEDLACEK TRUST

  

STEVEN K & SUZAN SLOAN

  

JANIE T & ROBERT P SELLERS

  

H MARTIN SMITH III

JAMES C SMITH JR REV TRUST

  

STANLEY A STEINER TRUST 10-21-03

JAMES C SMITH JR TRUSTEE

  

STANLEY A STEINER TRUSTEE

  

RETHA SMITH

  

JAMES & CATHERINE STEPHENSON

  

WALTER E SMITH

  

GARY WAYNE STEWART

  

WILLIAM EASBY-SMITH

  

DR JAMES H STEWART JR & JANET COLLEEN STEWART

  

WILLIAM C & KELLY R SMITH

  

TERRENCE E & CHERYL B STIFTER

  

JEROME E & JOAN R SMOLA

  

GUY T STINSON

  

MICHAEL H SNEDDEN

  

PAMELA L STINSON

  

DENIS L SNIDER

  

GEORGE DENTON STITT

  

NORMAN S SOLBERG

  

STEPHANIE J STODDART

  

PATRICIA SOLLEY

  

DELORES A STOLTMAN

  

NEAL J SOLOMON

  

DAVID F STOUT

  

SOLOTKIN INVESTMENTS LTD

  

MELROY STRACKE

WILLIAM A SOLOTKIN GENERAL PARTNER

  
  

MELFORD L STRAND

JOYCE SONOMURA

  
  

JOHN H SUCHAN REV LIV TRUST 10-12-94

RICHARD A & JUDITH B SOSIS

  

JOHN H SUCHAN TRUSTEE

  

EARL V SPIELMAN

  

ROSEMARY A SUMAJIT

  

MARC R & MARIANNE SPORTSMAN

  

JENNY M SUN REV INTRV TRUST 3-1-91

  

JENNY M SUN TRUSTEE

EDWARD T SPROCK TRUST 7-30-93

  

EDWARD T SPROCK TRUSTEE

  

JEFFREY SUPPAN

  

WILLIAM W SPROUL

  

SURGICAL TEACHING ASSOCIATES PLLC

  

ALAN P WHITE

NOBLE D & SANDRA E SQUIERS

  
  

ANDREW P SWANSON

JAMES M STANFIELD

  
  

DENNIS SWANSON

NEAL & JOANNE STEARNS

  
  

MARK & WENDI SWIDLER

STEELMAN FAM TRUST 5-1-01

  

CARL T & FLORENE BENSINGER TRUSTEES

  

MICHAEL A SWINKELS

 

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STEIN FAM LIV TRUST 1-30-98

  

ELIZABETH H SYLVESTER

HOWARD M & VIRGINIA C STEIN TRUSTEES

  
  

SZWARGULSKI REV LIV TRUST 12-9-91

CAROL C STEINBACH

  

JESSE L & CHARLENE SZWARGULSKI TRUSTEES

  

T-SQUARED HOLDINGS

  

WILLIAM R TROEGNER

TIMOTHY & WENDY TROYER GENERAL PARTNERS

  
  

DILLON TRULOVE REV TRUST 12-9-94

HALE I TAKAZAWA

  

DILLON TRULOVE TRUSTEE

  

RANDALL L TALLENT

  

CAROL TRULUCK

  

JACOB J & ADRIENNE TANASHIAN

  

HARRY YOSHIYUKI TSUJI TRUST 6-18-85

  

HARRY Y TSUJI TRUSTEE

BARBARA L TAYLOR

  
  

GEORGE P TURNER

GEORGE & ROSEMARY TCHOBANOGLOUS

  
  

LLOYD G & KAREN TURNER

ROBERT & CATHY TELEKY

  
  

MARK & ELLEN TURNER

VIRGINIA L TEMPLE TRUST 4-18-98

  

VIRGINIA L TEMPLE TRUSTEE

  

GEORGE R & FRANCES A TYLER

  

DONALD C TEMPLIN

  

GREG & LINDA UMBLE

  

DOUGLAS J & JACI L TERPSTRA

  

EDWARD UMPHLETTE

  

SEE BA THEE

  

DENNIS P VAN PATTER

  

JOHN P THOMAS JR

  

JOHN D & KAY M VAN RYSWYK

  

KEN R THOMAS

  

MARVIN J & MARY LOU VANDE LUNE

  

CATHY BRUER-THOMPSON

  

RANDALL E & JOAN VARILEK

  

IRENE A THOMPSON

  

CLIFFORD J VARS III

  

MARCUS TIDEY

  

DOUGLAS K VASSOS

  

AMY G TIMAS

  

PHILIPPE A M VEETERS & MIRJAM N F MAASSEN

  

AIMEE D TIPTON

  

ERIC P & KAREN A VENIT

  

ROBERT W TOBEY

  

PAUL VENTURA

  

BECKY S TOMLIN

  

RUSSELL D & WINDI VERNER

  

LESTER & MARILYN TOMPKINS TRUST 9-24-96

  

JAMIE L VILLEGAS

LESTER E & MARILYN J TOMPKINS TRUSTEES

  
  

WILLIAM E VREELAND

 

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JOHN C TORRENCE

  
  

ROBERT J WAFER

ANTHONY & SUE TOSTO

  
  

EARL L & MARIE C WAGNER

JOHN H TOWERS

  
  

ROLLAND L WALLINGER

TERENCE F TOWNEND

  
  

FRANCES WALNE

ROBERT W & JOYCE M TRECARTIN

  

RONALD J & RITA S WALPERT

  

THE WEST TRUST 5-18-93

  

THOMAS E & DEBRA W WEST TRUSTEES

JAMES W & PAT WALSH

  
  

WESTFALL REV TRUST 11-1-96

WAMHOFF REV TRUST 1-30-96

  

MICHAEL D & BARBARA S WESTFALL TRUSTEES

ROBERT & DIANE WAMHOFF TRUSTEES

  
  

CHARLES E III & JANET K WHETSEL

MING WANG

  
  

RICK H & BARBARA A WHITE

HAROLD WARREN

  
  

WHITLOCK FAM LIV TRUST

JOANNE M WARREN

  

TOMMY OR JANET WHITLOCK TRUSTEES

  

PAUL R & CHERYL L WARTINGER

  

JAMES R & CAROLE A WHITMORE

  

GARRET I WATANABE

  

MAGRID WICHERS

  

RICHARD M WATERS JR

  

INDENTURE TRUST BONNIE WILCOX 12-24-90

  

& AMD 12-4-94 & AMD 7-7-99 BONNIE WILCOX TRUSTEE

KAREN E WATKINS

  
  

LEE & LINDA WILKINS

WATSON FAM TRUST 11-25-98

  

BILLY WAYNE & RENELLA J WATSON TRUSTEES

  

WILLIAMS REV FAM TRUST 11-5-90

  

BOBBY J & CHARLENE D WILLIAMS TRUSTEES

MICHAEL L WATSON

  
  

JAMES M WILLIAMS JR

VENN WATSON FAM TRUST 7-30-87

  

EDWARD & JUDY VENN-WATSON TRUSTEE

  

KENNETH W WILLIAMS & PRISCILLA C LEE

  

WEBB FAM TRUST 3-10-99

  

DAN R & ANNETTE B WILLIS

JERRY & MARGARET WEBB TRUSTEES

  
  

FREDDIE E WILSON MD & BARBARA P WILSON

PHILIP R & CATHY L WEBB

  
  

WOODROW W & EDITH WILSON TRUST 7-30-98

MELBA JEAN WEHMEIER

  

WOODROW W WILSON TRUSTEE

  

ELLEN & ERIK WEIHENMAYER

  

DEBRA E WINDHAM RLT 10-14-03

  

DEBRA E WINDHAM TRUSTEE

ROBERT WEISS LIV TRUST 10-10-94

  

ROBERT WEISS TRUSTEE

  

SYLVIA P WINSOR

  

GEORGE & LOYD MARILYN WELCH

  

BRUCE H WITTE

 

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RICHARD WELNIAK

  

DONNIE & ADLEE WITTHAUS

  

JOAN M WELTZIEN

  

GILBERT & ANNETTE WITTHAUS

  

JOAN M WELTZIEN

  

ROBERT A WOHLMAN

  

TIEN-CHINNG WEN

  

DAVID C & VICKIE L WOLFE

  

JANET M WENDORF TRUST

  

CLIFFORD C M WONG

JANET M WENDORF TRUSTEE

  
  

DALE WOOD

RICHARD L WENDORF TRUST

  

RICHARD L WENDORF TRUSTEE

  

WINIFRED S & DONALD E WOOD

  
  

WOODY LIV TRUST

  

KAY WOODY TRUSTEE

  
  

MARK D WORTHINGTON

  
  

ARTHUR M WRAY

  
  

RAY H II & JANIE G WRIGHT

  
  

DAVID L YALOWITZ

  
  

EDWARD W YEARY

  
  

ROBERTA & LAWRENCE E YELLEN

  
  

ISAAC & SHOHREH YOMTOOB

  
  

GABRIEL A YORIO

  
  

DAVID E YOUNG

  
  

RALPH G & DOROTHY M YOUNGBLOOD

  
  

L FRED & SARAH V ZABEL

  
  

RICHARD & MARGARET ZOLLER

  
  

ZUMMALLEN LIV TRUST 10-25-91

  

NORVIN ELDON & JOY RAE RENNER ZUMMALLEN TRUSTEES

  

 

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MEWBOURNE ENERGY PARTNERS 05-A, L.P.

INDEX TO EXHIBITS

The following documents are incorporated by reference in response to Item 15(a)3.

 

EXHIBIT
NUMBER
  

DESCRIPTION

3.1    Form of Certificate of Limited Partnership (filed as Exhibit 3.1 to Registration Statement on Form S-1, File No. 333-113340 and incorporated herein by reference)
3.2    Form of Certificate of Amendment of the Certificate of Limited Partnership (filed as Exhibit 3.2 to Registration Statement on Form S-1, File No. 333-113340 and incorporated herein by reference)
4.1    Form of Agreement of Partnership (filed as Exhibit 4.1 to Registration Statement on Form S-1, File No. 333-113340 and incorporated herein by reference)
10.1    Form of Drilling Program Agreement (filed as Exhibit 10.1 to Registration Statement on Form S-1, File No. 333-113340 and incorporated herein by reference)
10.4    Form of Operating Agreement (filed as Exhibit 10.4 to Registration Statement on Form S-1, File No. 333-113340 and incorporated herein by reference)
31.1    Certification of CEO Pursuant to Section 302 of Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.
31.2    Certification of CFO Pursuant to Section 302 of Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.
32.1    Certification of CEO Pursuant to Section 906 of Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.
32.2    Certification of CFO Pursuant to Section 906 of Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.

 

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