Can Do!
As you are no doubt aware, WP-ORG is in the middle of its 41st fund drive: http://www.west-point.org/donate/   

We typically use our fund drive messages to tell you who we are, inform you about our services, and introduce you to new projects.  We are always working on ideas for something new to benefit the greater West Point community.  It came to our attention that there is no organization which has the cadet photos of every deceased class member online.  We have been working with a few of our older classes to place a photo on the WP-ORG eulogy page and personal home page of every deceased member of the class. I'm very excited about this. The class of '51 and '55 are complete. I already have a number of classes preparing to send us photos of their entire class so that we may get that work done for them. It is daunting work, but it's a true labor of love. 

Did you know that WP-ORG will never charge you or your family to add photographs to the web pages of deceased graduates?  Classmates and/or family may send us any image(s) they wish to have included on the home page.  We are more than happy to do this as a service to our graduates. 

When I came to WP-ORG as a plebe mother in 1998, I knew nothing of West Point and only a spattering about those who were educated there. To say my life has become richer is an understatement. As one of the 2.5 employees, my day often starts at or before 7 AM. I have no regular office hours, therefore, I can often be found writing or speaking to someone late in the evening or early morning with a call from a graduate trying to establish an on-line connection with family and friends through email accounts, email lists, blogs, or web sites. Working from home allows for, and requires, a great deal of flexibility, but the benefit, is that I am always available, or, in the rare event I am not, I can quickly respond, no matter the day of the week.  I establish the eulogy page for every West Point graduate who dies. It is my honor to do so. You can find them here:
http://www.west-point.org/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=40

What is my function at WP-ORG? The best way to sum it up, is that we try to provide you with what you need from an online communications organization.  Our mission is to have a "can-do" attitude to what you ask of us. I have met many of you through our email exchanges and phone calls. I enjoy working with and speaking with a community that has the focus of "Duty, Honor, Country." I answer the emails and I answer the phones for WP-ORG. There is no telephone tree to go through and no operator. When you call or write to WP-ORG, you get me. We have a variety of ways you may contact us, but one thing we promise, is that a real person will respond. Typically that person is me, and I will put you in contact with another person in the event I am unable to assist you.     

The best way to contact us is via email @ This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it  
If you need to speak to us (Pacific time, please): 
208-263-8063 (office) 
661-917-2441 (Dian's cell)

Donations keep WP-ORG doing what it does, so twice a year we reach out through a fund drive to ask you for donations to keep us going. To donate via credit card or PayPal, learn more about the budget and see the donation report:
Donation Link: http://www.west-point.org/donate /
Budget: http://www.west-point.org/budget/ 
Donation Report: https://secure.west-point.org/donate/report/ 

To donate via check:
WP-ORG INC
3800 Buffalo Mountain Road SW
Willis, VA 24380

Thank you for your coninued support, and for being a part of WP-ORG.

With affection and respect,
Dian Welle
IT Manager, WP-ORG, Inc.