2013 Annual Report in our community, our county, our country, and even our world WELCOME Our Beginnings MOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE STARTED WITH A DREAM—A DREAM TO MAKE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE AND AFFORDABLE FOR Dear friends BOARD OF DIRECTORS JOSEPH H. BLACK, Chair JIMMY KING, Former Chair CLAUDE HIGH, Chair Elect JOHN MATONICH, Vice Chair TERESA MCCLELLAND-SARGENT, CFP - Treasurer EVERYONE IN OUR REGION. SINCE 1923, WE’VE BEEN FULFILLING THAT DREAM AND EXPANDING OUR VISION. TODAY, THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE THAT STARTED WITH ONLY 114 STUDENTS HAS GROWN TO BE A THRIVING EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION THAT OFFERS MORE THAN 1,000 COURSES EACH YEAR, PROVIDES MORE THAN 100 AREAS OF STUDY, AND HELPS MORE THAN 17,000 STUDENTS ACHIEVE THEIR EDUCATIONAL GOALS. DOUGLAS BACON Community College as a new way to support the college and its dream. The Foundation has become a fourth funding stream for the college, moving the institution from being solely reliant on tuition, MARY COLEMAN LENORE CROUDY RAYMOND R. CURTIN, ESQ. RAGHAD FARAH NANCY JENKINS NORWOOD JEWELL will continue to do so for years to come. community college as a place where education is affordable and accessible, and where job training is of paramount importance. In 1986, The Foundation for Mott Community College began its work of coming alongside the college to help it prosper. Through scholarships and programming funds, we have helped thousands of students get a quality education. Your contributions have made it possible for the college to maintain its high academic standards and affordable price. As state education funding and income gained from property taxes dwindle, tuition prices around the nation continue to skyrocket. In order to combat the rising cost of education, MCC has reduced costs and employees have given up pay raises. While raising tuition has been kept to KAREN MCDONALD LOPEZ, ESQ. a minimum, an additional source of funding is needed. That’s why we’ve made it our goal at The MARCIA MCGEE Foundation to provide funds each year that will maintain reasonable tuition for all students who EDWARD MITCHELL attend MCC. Last year alone, we donated $385,000 to this end—above and beyond the traditional VALARIA CONERLY MOON SIXTO OLIVO ELISABETH SAAB The Foundation enables community members, alumni, and others valuable source of income that supports the college each year and and enjoyable for students of all ages and demographics. We value the importance of the ALFRED KLOSS GLORIA SCRUGGS management, The Foundation has expanded its assets and built a opportunities for thousands of students, and our small class sizes make learning more effective TODD JOHNSON M. RICHARD SHAINK, PH.D. charitable and planned gifts. Through investments and sound financial students can have on our world. Our programs continue to provide numerous learning ARMANDO HERNANDEZ property taxes, and state aid. With an emphasis on private giving, to actively participate in the development of the college through seen the impact that a dedicated group of educators, donors, administrators, faculty, staff, and KIMBERLY BLAIR RUBY JEAN BUTLER JOHN KRUPP, CPA In 1986, a group of visionaries established The Foundation for Mott In 2013, Mott Community College marked its 90th anniversary. Through the years, we have RAJAGOPAL SHANTARAM, PH.D. RICHARD SHICK, D.D.S., M.S. HELENE STREICH JAMES TRUESDELL III LENNETTA CONEY Ex Officio; President funding support. Because of your partnership in this endeavor, we are able to ensure that MCC remains a viable, affordable, and amazing place for every student from every background. In this report, we want to recognize and thank those of you who have helped make MCC the vibrant and successful learning environment it is today. We also want to take this opportunity to encourage you to partner with us again to keep MCC thriving as the most affordable educational alternative in this region. Thank you for your support. Together, the college and The Foundation work diligently to make an even greater impact on our community and beyond. What started Lennetta B. Coney Joseph H. Black on one small campus many years ago has expanded from the main President Chair, Board of Directors Flint campus to include satellite locations in Clio, Lapeer, Fenton, and Howell. Through the years, as successful students graduated and programs thrived, the college has evolved, leaving imprints on thousands of lives. TAKE A LOOK IN THESE PAGES TO SEE THE IMPACT. 1 FABLAB Where Bright Ideas Flourish HELPING ENTREPRENEURS SEE Where do you go to turn your business idea into “We’ve found that a lot of people need access to THEIR VISION BECOME REALITY a viable product? How can you get technical finances at the early stages, before a bank would advice or even gain funding to get started? Who normally get involved,” said Thomas Crampton, can help? The FABLAB can. executive dean of Regional Technology Initiatives “We’ve found that a lot of people need access to finances at the early stages, before a bank would normally get involved. By partnering with The Foundation, we are able to offer micro-loans that will get entrepreneurs off to a good start.” T h o m a s C ra m p t o n E x e c u t i v e D e a n , Re g i o n a l Te c h n o l o g y Initiatives 2 MCC FABLAB Director, Doug Prehoda, discusses a prototype with student aide, Justin Klimek. In Our Community at MCC. “By partnering with The Foundation, The FABLAB Digital Fabrication Laboratory we are able to offer microloans that will get located on MCC’s main campus in Flint is fully entrepreneurs off to a good start.” Any former or equipped with a state-of-the-art suite of tools current MCC student with a viable business that can help entrepreneurs and business owners plan is encouraged to apply for one of the create prototypes of product ideas that have not $1,000 loans. If the business plan is not yet in yet been developed. Thanks to knowledgeable place, the FABLAB will connect interested staff and hardworking students, the FABLAB parties with partner organizations to coach and has been a one-stop workshop for people from lead in developing one. all over the state who are looking to get their business ideas off the ground. Now, a new joint Since it opened in 2011, 46 entrepreneurs have program between the FABLAB and The utilized the FABLAB’s services, with 61 ideas Foundation helps entrepreneurs with an being developed. We hope that in years to come important aspect of success: financial support. more inventive individuals find the support they need through the FABLAB. In addition to offering prototype design services, a new partnership between the FABLAB and The Foundation will provide microloans to entrepreneurs seeking to develop their businesses. The loans encourage former and current MCC students to keep dreaming big dreams. 3 FACTORY FIVE BUILD SCHOOL Building Cars and Confidence There is only one place in the world where you as many as 15 people join two instructors for a DRAWS STUDENTS FROM can get a once-in-a-lifetime experience and three-day course that takes a Factory Five kit car AROUND THE GLOBE receive hands-on instruction in building a from a bare frame to a high performance Factory Five automobile, and that’s right here at roadster or hot rod. FACTORY FIVE BUILD SCHOOL MCC’s Factory Five Build School at the “Thanks to what I learned in the school, I was able to open my own business importing, assembling, and selling Factory Five kit cars.” Chris Canning Build School Student A u s t ra l i a Livingston Center in Howell. The idea began Many people dream of putting together their many years ago with Foundation support of a own automobile, but for some, the task can be Kit Car assembly class. When that class was daunting. “We give people the confidence to successful, the opportunity arose to expand the build their dream,” says Doris Stromer, site class into a unique partnership with the Factory manager for the Livingston Center. Using simple Five Racing company. The business designs and tools and hands-on learning techniques, manufactures sports cars and distributes them in participants leave the course with the knowledge kits for individual assembly. The company was and confidence to complete the project on their founded in 1995, and has become the world’s own. A recent episode of “Two Guys Garage” largest manufacturer of component car kits. reality TV show featured the build school on national television. Since the build school began The MCC Factory Five Build School is an in 2001, nearly 1700 people from 28 countries exciting program that teaches people of all skill have attended. levels how to build their own cars. Each month, Foundation funding helped start the Kit Car class that expanded into a full-fledged Factory Five Build School, which draws students from all over the world. 4 Factory Five Instructors, Todd Baumann (left) and Scott Shumaker (middle) demonstrate different component assemblies at the Factory Five Build School. I n O u r Wo r l d 5 ELLEN’S CLOSET Outfitting Future Professionals REMOVING BARRIERS Whether we like it or not, a good resume, professional clothing for approximately 200 TO EMPLOYMENT, outstanding credentials, and an intelligent students each year. Students involved in the interview can all be ignored if a job applicant is MCC merchandising courses assist in managing not properly dressed. Though our primary focus the closet. ONE SUIT AT A TIME at MCC is equipping students with the “Our job is easier than one might imagine. The fellows in our fellowship program have the ingredients to be successful. We as mentors simply help them find what is already there, so they can obtain their own personal success.” Kacey Seay Wo m e n I n E d u c a t i o n C o o r d i n a t o r 6 MCC students shop for free business attire at Ellen’s Closet. On Our Campus knowledge and skills necessary to establish Since 1999, The Foundation has championed the lasting and fulfilling careers, we also know that support of women through the WIE Program. appropriate attire is a necessity—and often, a Through financial assistance for non-academic costly one. To meet this need, the college and needs, personal and professional mentoring, The Foundation established Ellen’s Closet in fellowships, and enrichment programs, WIE helps early 2000 as a major component to the Women women overcome many challenges and barriers to in Education Program (WIE). For the past 14 their education and professional growth. years, thousands of MCC students and community members have benefited from the Free professional training programs include availability of free business attire for anyone who career preparation, marketing, financial needs it. Named for Dr. Ellen Howe, former planning, and more. Thanks to the valuable Foundation board member, MCC Trustee, resources provided through WIE and Ellen’s community leader, and advocate of education Closet, making a good first impression is the last and job skills training, Ellen’s Closet provides thing students have to worry about. Supporting women through WIE is one of The Foundation’s major efforts. Ellen’s Closet started with a small collection of Dr. Ellen Howe’s gently used clothing and has grown into a welcoming place where both male and female students can “shop” for free clothing to establish a professional wardrobe. 7 LITERACY INITIATIVE Developing the Future of Flint NEW INITIATIVES PREPARE INDIVIDUALS TO EXCEL The division of Workforce and Career for this worthwhile program would be welcomed Development encourages youth and adults to to strengthen the program and to ensure pursue career pathways by providing support, longevity. training, and employment programs to help “We are not only dedicated individuals succeed. This year, the division began Another new program is the community-wide to raising awareness about The Flint Community Scholars program (FCSP). literacy initiative. Spearheaded by MCC With Foundation funding from an anonymous administrators, faculty, and staff, and supported literacy, but also facilitating donor, the program provides financial assistance, in part by The Foundation, the project has tutoring, employment assistance, and more, to developed a Literacy Network of 25 area help 40 students from Flint Community Schools organizations committed to tackling the growing successfully obtain a two-year college degree. “So challenge of declining literacy in our county. many students lack the support and resources Utilizing the President’s Fund for Student necessary to be successful in college,” said Robert Success, The Foundation supported the first ever Matthews, executive dean of MCC’s Workforce Literacy Summit last fall. Community donations and Career Development. “The FCSP assists established the fund, which honors MCC’s students in navigating the college process and President Dick Shaink, who was named the top helping them to achieve their potential.” community college president in North America Monthly sessions enrich students through by the Association of Community College workshops, community service, group outings, Trustees. Future planning is underway to and conferences. Additional community support support this important initiative. access to these services. As a leader in the literacy network, MCC will continue to make a significant difference in the well-being of the greater Flint community.” Robert Matthews E x e c u t i v e D e a n o f Wo r k f o r c e a n d C a r e e r D ev e l o m e n t 8 Kermit Hinkle, facilitator for the GED preparation class at MCC, instructs students on the steps of writing. O n O u r Fu t u r e Through ongoing fundraising and support, The Foundation is committed to undergirding the Flint Community Scholars Program and the Literacy Network, both of which focus on strengthening the community of Flint for the future and making a positive impact in Genesee County. 9 DENTAL HYGIENE A Clinic for All 11 DENTAL HYGIENE PROGRAM For more than 40 years, the Dental Hygiene move from Mott Children’s Health Center to TRAINS FUTURE PRACTITIONERS program at MCC has been training students the on-campus location and assisted in the through hands-on clinical experience with renovation of the waiting room and filing areas patients. With 30 new students admitted each of the dental lab. WHILE SERVING OTHERS year, the program maintains a steady stream of “Faculty and students in the Dental Hygiene department have found that our Service Learning opportunities have been extremely rewarding,” D r. S u s a n We i s s C o o r d i n a t o r, D e n t a l H y g i e n e P r o g r a m 10 Dr. Susan Weiss, Coordinator for the MCC Dental Hygiene program, demonstrates proper tool handling during hands-on class instruction. In Our Community student dental hygienists. Once they have Last year, with the help of Foundation funding, completed their science and general education the clinic provided free dental hygiene services requirements, the student dental hygienists work to individuals from both The Carriage Town with the dental faculty in The Dr. Richard A. Ministries and The Shelter of Flint. Participants and Rose Marie Shick Dental Hygiene Clinic to were able to gain needed dental cleaning, x-rays, provide low-cost, quality dental hygiene services and oral exams. “Faculty and students in the to the public. The clinic treats about 150 Dental Hygiene department have found that our patients each month. Service Learning opportunities have been extremely rewarding,” said Dr. Susan Weiss, In the clinic’s early years, The Foundation coordinator of the department. “As students supplied needed technology for the growing apply their newly learned skills, they are inspired program. The Foundation, along with Dr. Richard to help people in our community, which Shick and a host of local dentists, was augments their decision to enter the dental instrumental in helping the clinic make the hygiene profession.” Though it starts with a positive impact on students at MCC’s campus, the Dental Hygiene Clinic serves a dual purpose. Providing learning opportunities while offering low-cost dental care to area community members is a win-win. That’s something The Foundation is honored to support. THE LANDAAL FAMILY Giving Across Generations THE LANDAAL FAMILY TEACHES THE VALUE OF STEWARDSHIP Giving back has always been a way of life for the that the college is a great resource for our Landaal family. Steve Landaal, president of community, and that’s why we support it.” Landaal Packaging, remembers the example of “We believe that supporting education is very important. A strong community college plays an important role in a community, offering educational alternatives and economically viable opportunities.” Steve Landaal MCC Suppor ter P r e s i d e n t , L a n d a a l Pa c k a g i n g 12 The third generation of Landaals, Robert Landaal, VP of Sales and Marketing, (back left); Matt Landaal, Executive Management Trainee (back right); and Steve Landaal, Jr., General Manager; with their grandmother, Virginia Landaal (front). I n Fu t u r e G e n e ra t i o n s his mother, Virginia, and father, Robert (founder Throughout the years, the Landaals have given of the Flint based business). “My parents taught to various funds at The Foundation for Mott us that part of a business is having a social Community College, supporting a variety of responsibility to the community. When we were programs and projects. Today, three kids, they were always involved in giving both of grandchildren of Virginia and Robert are their time and their treasure.” Through the 54 involved in the business, and they look forward years that Landaal Packaging has been in to carrying on the tradition of giving. business, the Landaal family has contributed to many community causes, including MCC. “Seeing my family be so generous over the years has been an amazing example to me,” said Steve “We believe that supporting education is very Landaal, Jr., GM account manager. “Their important,” continued Steve. “A strong example set the benchmark to be good stewards, community college plays an important role in a and I look forward to doing more in the future community, offering educational alternatives to invest in our community.” and economically viable opportunities. We feel As businesses support local causes, students benefit. The Landaal family’s contributions to The Foundation have helped our campuses and our communities grow and flourish. The next generation of Landaals hopes to continue the legacy. 13 Funds Permanently Restricted Endowments 14 Adam Ryan McIntosh AKA OPIE Automotive Technology Scholarship Endowment Akhila & Rajamani Scholarship Endowment Alice Irene Bell Scholarship Endowment Anna Paulina Koegel Endowment Arab American Heritage Council Scholarship Endowment Arlene Martin Kocsis Cosmetology Scholarship Endowment Ben & Edna Diehl Scholarship Endowment Big John Steak & Onion Scholarship Endowment Cathy Cady Memorial Scholarship Endowment Celia M. Turner Endowment Community Strengthening of Burton Scholarship Endowment Doc Ross Memorial Music Fund Scholarship Endowment Donald E. Ewles Criminal Justice Scholarship Endowment Dr. Charles N. Pappas Scholarship Endowment Dr. Ellen Howe Scholarship Endowment Dr. Joyce Toet Scholarship Endowment Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Endowment Dr. Rajagopal and Chandrika Shantaram Endowment Dr. William & Bernice Blamer Scholarship Endowment Drs. Avery & Mildred Aldridge Scholarship Endowment Drs. Vivian & Billie Lewis Scholarship Endowment Flint Area School Employees Credit Union Scholarship Endowment Flint Banjo Club Scholarship Endowment Frank DeLorenzo Scholarship Endowment Friends of Mott Library Endowment Gail Ann Bennett Rachor, Ed.D., Scholarship Endowment Genesys Scholarship Fund Endowment Harry and Kathryn Yeotis Scholarship Endowment HealthPlus of Michigan/Dr. Gary Roat Scholarship Endowment Helene Streich Endowment International Institute Endowment Jennifer A. O’Neil Graphic Design Scholarship Endowment John K. Krupp, CPA Scholarship Endowment John W. and Marion E. Esson Scholarship Endowment Juanita Carr Library Grant Endowment Judge Thomas C. Yeotis Basketball Scholarship Endowment Kathleen Drummond Scholarship Endowment Kay M. Hope Scholarship Endowment Lapeer Learner Scholarship Endowment Leo W. & Genevieve Dorr Scholarship Endowment Lifelong Learning for Seniors Endowment Margaret E. English Memorial Scholarship Endowment Marian Dew Snipes Scholarship Endowment MCC Retirees Scholarship Endowment McFarlan Home Endowment Medical/Science Scholarship Endowment Nartel Family Foundation Scholarship Endowment Olivia P. Maynard & S. Olof Karlstrom Endowment Pappas Endowment – C.S. Mott Foundation Raymond W. Glowski & Suzanne M. Packard Music Scholarship Endowment Rev. A.C. & Dorothy M. Lee Scholarship Endowment Ridgway H. & Shannon E. White Scholarship Endowment Ruth Kaplan Braun Scholarship Endowment Sales & Marketing Executives of Greater Flint Scholarship Endowment Sara Coley Memorial Scholarship Endowment Skinner-McEvoy Scholarship Endowment Veronica & Willie Artis Scholarship Endowment Walworth Student Scholarship Endowment Wanda L. & M. Harry Piper Grant Fund Endowment Wanda L. & M. Harry Piper Women’s Fund Endowment William Ross Daniels Scholarship Endowment Women In Education Endowment Yvonne Marie Rau Memorial Scholarship Endowment Board Designated Endowments Alumni Student Assistance Scholarship Endowment Barbara Stephenson Scholarship Endowment Bommarito Family Award Endowment Building Trades Council Scholarship Endowment C.S. Harding Foundation Endowment Charles M. & Marilynn Donnelly Memorial Scholarship Endowment Chet Wilson Environmental Scholarship Endowment Dennis J. Saturnino MCC/Kettering Scholarship Endowment Doris Mumby Endowment Edward Thorne Scholarship Endowment Endowment Growth Initiative Institutional Scholarship Fund Nursing Fund Science & Math Initiative Fred Lamb Scholarship Endowment General Scholarship Endowment Grayce Scholt Scholarship Endowment Janice Dulin Memorial Conference Endowment Jim Lee Fine Arts Camp Endowment Lenore Croudy Endowment Lillian Walters Endowment Lloyd Rodnick Scholarship Endowment Mathulakshmi Iyer Scholarship Endowment Pemberton Endowment President’s Endowment Ruby Hudson Scholarship Endowment Ruth Rawlings Mott Endowment Science and Technology Endowment Sherm Mitchell Music Scholarship Endowment Dr. Wise B. Joseph Excellence Award: Anthropology/Sociology Fund Endowment Scholarships ADN Alumni Scholarship Anonymous Immigrant Fund ATIGroup Scholarship Barbara & David Young Scholarship Begole Brownell Fund Community Foundation of Greater Flint Alan J. Ferrari Scholarship Dr. Clement A. Alfred Humanitarian Award Fund for Dental Hygiene Students Delco-CADD Student Learner Scholarship Developmental Math Initiative Dr. Archie Attarian Scholarship Eddie Chandler Scholarship Edgar B. Holt Scholarship Flint Downtown Host Lions Club Scholarship Flint Rotary Club Scholarship FMCC Regional Technology Center Frank Friedman Special Education Scholarship General Scholarship Fund (FMCC) Honors Alumni Scholarship Kelly Martin North Branch Scholarship Kim Fonger Memorial Scholarship Lapeer Co. Community Foundation Women’s Fund Livingston M-TEC Scholarship MCC/UM-Flint Initiative Patricia Alexander Scholarship Philip J. Braun Fund Physical Therapist Assistance Reciprocation Scholarship Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Alumni Scholarship Rainbow Corvette Club Scholarship Steel Band Scholarships Wendell T. Williams Scholarship Other awards and divisional funds OTHER FUNDS Alumni Student Assistance Operating Fund Autobody/Restoration Student Assistance Fund Ballenger Eminent Persons Lecture Series Benjamin M. Connelly Autism and Special Needs Student Fund Cultural Celebrations Fund Faculty and Staff Innovation Awards FMCC Entrepreneurship Fund GRiT – Green Initiatives Team Fund Hispanic Awards Ceremony Fund Institutional Fund Lifelong Learning for Seniors Fund MCC Gardening Association Fund MCCEA Book Loan Fund Mott Middle College High School & Steelheads Support Fund Park Bench - Peace & Dignity Presidential Fund for Student Success Summer Kids Camp Women In Education Fellowship & Operating Funds DIVISION FUNDS AT HL E T ICS Athletic Division Fund Don Jarrard Golf Scholarship B U S INESS DIVIS ION Business Division Fund Cooperative Education Fund Cosmetology Scholarship Culinary Arts Scholarship Ellen’s Clothes Closet Floyd McAfee/Ruterbusch/Mason Scholarship MCC Culinary Arts Fund McKay Model Office Michigan Bell/Ameritech Scholarship Schrieber Memorial Scholarship FINE A RTS Andrea Zlatec Floden Music Scholarship Art Enrichment Fund Art Fund for Faculty Douglas Larmor Scholarship Fine Arts Division Fund Garrett B. Ebmeyer Scholarship John R. Davis Music Scholarship John R. Nelson Scholarship Keith E. Fulmer Memorial Art & Design Scholarship MacArthur Music Scholarship Music Events Photography Innovation Fund Scott Norris Scholarship Theatre Enrichment Fund Judge Thomas Yeotis Fund for Jazz Musicians Underhill Music Scholarship HE A LT H SC IENC E Dental Assistant/Hygiene Administrative Fund Dental Program Health Sciences Division Fund Nursing Program HU M A NIT IES Film Enrichment Fund Humanities Division Fund Writing Awards Fund L IB RA RY S ERVIC ES Friends of Mott Library Operating Fund Library Division Fund M AT H AND SC IENC E Anatomy Fund Biology Fund Chemistry Fund Donnelly’s Courtyard Ed Schleg Science Scholarship Geology Fund Kathryn P. Caraway Scholarship Award Science & Math Student Award Science Fund PU B LIC SAFET Y Public Safety Division Fund SOC IAL SC IENC E Carroll Clark Award Ginger Edwards Social Work Award IDS Traveling History Project Joe Perisa Award Marvin Persky Meredith Mead Political Science Psychology Award Social Science Division Fund Social Science Humanitarian Award T EC HNOLOGY Apprenticeship Award Information Technology Division Fund Technology Division Fund Net Assets $6,630,167 As of 12.31.13 15 Donors MANY THANKS TO THE INDIVIDUALS WHO SUPPORTED MOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND THE FOUNDATION January 1 – December 31, 2013 16 Jeanne Aaronson Anita Abrol Jennifer Acree Debra Adams Pegge Adams Elizabeth Aderholdt Anthony F. Alexander Patricia Alexander Clyde & Mary Jean (Lamberson) Allard Keith Allen William Allen Karen Amore The Hon. Peter & Alice Anastor Maxine Anderson Collins Rosia Anderson Murphy Philip Ansted Dr. Robert Anthony David & Jean Anthony Mildred Arbor Ralph Arellano, Jr. Keison Arnold Ezra Artis, Sr. Robert Atkinson Dr. Archie & Patricia Attarian Kenneth & Ann Auernhammer Gene & Susan Aydinian Richard & Kathleen Bacha Ricky & Lisa Banks Ezra Barnes & Linda Johnson-Barnes Velma Johnson Paige Barnett Cheryl Bassett Gary & Maureen Bates Evelyn Battiste David Baxter The Hon. 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Mary O’Rourke Diane Parker Jerry & Deborah Pascoe Peter Paul Celia Perez-Booth Marva Perkins David & Rebecca Pettengill Janet Phelps Sheriff Robert Pickell Barbara Pike Wanda L. Piper Antony & Lisa Poma Gary Porrett Charles Postlewate Tonte Pouncil Laurie Powell Susan Praski Susan Preketes Robert Preville Edith Prunty-Spencer Dr. Gail Rachor Charles & Arlene Rachor Sonji Raney Lynne Ransom Elaine Redd Amy Reed Patricia H. Reedy William Reich & Beverly Vargo Dr. Jacquelyn Reinertson David Rembiesa Emmett Richardson, Jr. John Jr. & Joyce Riegle Michael & Julianne Riha Robert Jr. & Marilyn Ringler Noel Roan Jean Roberson The Hon. Ramona Roberts, J.D. Dr. Steven & Kathryn Robinson Mark Robison Dwight & Lisa Rogers Kathleen Rollins Robert & Sheryl Rosenberger Paul & Nancy Rozycki Kurt & Melissa Rueterbusch Raymond & Juliana Rust Randolph Ruterbusch Dr. Ira Rutherford III Linda Rutherford Randel & Linda Rutherford Lynette Ryan Khalil & Ann Saab Janice Sabolish Mark & Cynthia Sanders Yvette Sanders Dr. Dennis Saturnino Richard & Katherine Saunders Joshua & Amanda Sauvie Kenneth Sayers Gary & Mary Schmekel Steve Schmidt Richard & Dawn Schmidt Fr. Philip Schmitter Grayce Scholt Dr. Paul & Phyllis Schroeder Fred Schuette Kathryn Schwartz Gloria Scruggs Cleorah Scruggs-Debose Paul Seaton Sally Shaheen Joseph, J.D. Dr. M. Richard & Sally Shaink Howard & Rita Shand Dr. Rajagopal & Chandrika Shantaram Dolores Sharpe Julius & JoAnne Shaw Dr. Steven & Julia Shaw Michael Shegos Christopher & Renee Shelman Dr. Richard & Rose Marie Shick Leah Shopkow Lee Showman Fran Silverthorn Michael & Michelle Simon Ray & Nancy Sinclair Jessie Sirna George & Mary Skaff Richard & Kimberly Skaff Susan Skalecki Joan Smalley Emiel Smeenk Dr. Ernestine Smith James Smith Rosalind Smith Leonard Smorch & Robyn Lucka Dr. Thomas & Mary Spademan Laura Spangler Richard Sparkes Raynetta Speed Jerry & Roxanne Spinney Mary Margaret St. John Wayne & Marjorie Stafford Robert Stamps Norma Stanbury Ronald & Julie Steffey Terrence Stewart Wanda Stitt Kerri Stiverson Alzora Stokes *Shirley Stone Maxine Storey Helene Streich Carolyn Stubbs Walter Sturghill, Jr. Walter Sturghill, Sr. Lance Sumpter Edward & Kathy Suski Richard & Connie Sveller Mark Szmigiel & Kimberley Brown Dr. Abdul Tabbaa Ernelle Taylor Dawn Teneyuque Carl & Leatha Terwilliger The Hon. Michael Theile Darlene Thomas Joan Thorne Michael & Ginny Thorp Joan Topham Paul Torre & Davin Pierson-Torre Diane Tremblay James III & Stephanie Truesdell Mattie Truss Bitha Tucker Rafael Turner Terry Turner John Tyler Michael & Carol Ugorowski Dr. Gail Van Etten Richard & Patricia Van Haitsma Dr. Lyman Jr. & Marion Van Winkle Stacey Vanucci Emily Varney Kenneth & Diana Vavra Carol Viele Christine Von Fintel Charles & Chery Wagonlander Phillip & Fatima Walker Felecia Wall The Hon. Dayne & Carrie Walling Mary Ward Sheila Ward Amanda Wares Christine Waters Lawrence Watkins, Jr. Dominique Weatherspoon Dr. Wrex Weaver III & Dr. Karen Williams Weaver Dale Weighill Katherine Weissmann Bonnie Welbaum Thomas Welch Adrienne Wells Juanita Wells Samuel Wells, Sr. Lionel & Suzanne Wernette Donald & Barbara Wesley Janet Westhoff David & Heide Wharton Duane Whipple C. Edward White & Dr. Brenda Fortunate Theron & Gennois Wiggins * Deceased 17 DONORS Gregory Wilcox Amber Williams Lynn Williams Moses & Sadie Williams Eric & Kelly Willson Jack & Joan Wiltz Dr. Sue Wisenberg Dave Witzman Dr. Dale Wolfgram Sally Woodward-Volz Barbara Wright Jennifer Wysocki Dennis & Mari Yancho Rev. Mary Yarbrough Kirk Yaros Terry & Irene Yax The Hon. Thomas & Magdalene Yeotis Carol Ann Young Dennis & Peggy Zawol Dennis & Brenda Zicha Mark & Lynn Zink Marie Zuk Patricia Zwiebel * Deceased MANY THANKS TO THE CORPORATE DONORS WHO SUPPORTED MOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND THE FOUNDATION January 1 – December 31, 2013 AA Gear & Manufacturing, LLC ACCESS Adoption Associates, Inc. American GI Forum of Flint Ananich and Associates, LLC Anthony F. Alexander & Associates Arab American Heritage Council Baker College of Flint Big John’s Steak & Onion Inc. Bob Evans Restaurant #279 Boys & Girls Club of Greater Flint Bruin Club of Genesee County Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Christ the King Catholic Church Cinema Hollywood Committee to Elect Pamela Faris Committee to Elect Woodrow Stanley Community Foundation of Greater Flint M. Harry & Wanda L. Piper Designated Fund Mott Middle College High School Band Endowment Cummings, McClorey, Davis & Acho, PLC DG Woodwind Repair Darlene Thomas & Associates Davenport University David Leyton Committee Delphi Dept 24-26 Don’s Foodland ELGA Credit Union Ebenezer Ministries Efficient Energy Enterprises Epsilon Upsilon Lambda Chapter FM Financial Credit Union Family Dentistry & Pasadena Dental Clinic Fifth Third Bank-Eastern MI Financial & Tax Planning, Inc. Financial Plus Federal Credit Union FirstMerit Bank Flint Community Schools Flint Institute of Music Flint Jewish Federation Flint Journal / MLive Media Group Flint Public Library Flint Rotary Charitable Foundation Flint Women’s Forum IN MEMORY/HONOR Follett College Store Genesee Co Board of Commissioners Genesee Co. All-Star Classic Genesee Health System Flint and Genesee Chamber of Commerce Genesys Regional Medical Center Glazer Foundation Hamilton Community Health Network Harry & David HealthPlus of Michigan Hurley Foundation John Carroll University-Boler School of Business John K. Krupp, CPA Landaal Packaging Systems Lapeer County Bank and Trust Co. Law Office of Karen McDonald Lopez Lawrence E Moon Funeral Home Lindt & Sprungli Stella & Frederick Loeb Charitable Trust - FirstMerit Loving Hands, Inc. Luce, Basil and Collins Mott Community College Applewood Cafe Bear Bistro Fine Arts Division Marketing & Public Information MCCEA/Faculty Union Office of Academic Affairs President’s Office Student & Administrative Services Transitions School of Cosmetology Workforce Development Articulation Michael Pylypiw Trust Michigan Retina-Vitreous Institute Mott Children’s Health Center Mott Middle College Mt Olive Missionary Baptist Church Mt. Hermon Baptist Church New Creation Church of God New Zion Baptist Church Old Newsboys of Flint Phi Delta Kappa Inc. Quota Club of Flint Raymond Gist, DDS and Traci Dantzler, DDS Re-Connect My Life Consulting Regional Emergency Medical Service Renaissance Leadership Resource Genesee Robbie Dean Press Robert A. Hyduke Photography Rodney’s Loft, Inc. Rohde Consulting, LLC Roush Industries, Inc. Ruth Mott Foundation Sisters United Inc. Snap-On Tools Sorensen Gross Construction Stanley for State Senate The Greater Flint Afro-American Hall of Fame The Steelheads The Torch Bar & Grill The Williams Firm, P.C Thomas & Delaney, PC Trevarrow, Inc. UAW Region 1-C United Way of Genesee County Universal Kidney Foundation University of MI-Flint Chancellor’s Office Unos Woodrow Stanley Leadership PAC YMCA of Greater Flint YWCA of Greater Flint Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Heritage Society The Heritage Society recognizes donors who contribute documented planned gifts to Mott Community College with the intent of building a legacy for MCC’s continued success. 18 Anonymous Patricia Alexander Jane Bingham Marianne & Tom Blair *Percy L. Braun MaryAnn & Donald Bronson **Lennetta & Craig Coney *Edna & *Ben Diehl *Marion E. & John W. Esson* Kathy & Gary Haggart *Jean Higgins Mary Jo Hobart-Parks & William A. Parks *Freida Hood *Dr. Ellen & *Bruce Howe Priscilla & Scott Jenkins *Fay Joseph **Lysbeth & Mark Kennedy Dr. Gail Knapp *Kenneth Kolat Andrea & Ted Lau *Dr. Vivian Lewis & Dr. Billie Lewis Bea & *James Messmore John Ortiz Suzanne Packard *Marilyn & *James Pemberton, Sr. Wanda & *M. Harry Piper Arlene & Charles Rachor Connie & Joseph Rau Steve E. Schmidt Sally & Dr. M. Richard Shaink Rose Marie & Dr. Richard Shick Theresa A. Stephens-Lock Helene Streich Lynn Thigpen G. Roxanne Walker Dale Weighill *Harry Yeotis Magdalene & Judge Thomas Yeotis *Deceased **Charter Members MANY THANKS TO OUR DONORS WHO HAVE INCLUDED MCC IN THEIR ESTATE PLANS! MANY THANKS TO THE INDIVIDUALS WHO SUPPORTED MOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND THE FOUNDATION IN MEMORY OF FAMILY AND FRIENDS Monica Knepp in the name of Entertainment Promotions-Yoga for Good MCCEA/Faculty Union David Rembiesa Richard L. & Patricia Van Haitsma January 1 – December 31, 2013 IN MEMORY OF ERNEST JOHNSON Mary M. Coleman IN MEMORY OF RICHARD A. BATTLE, SR. John & Catherine Frederick Margaret Jackson Glen & Diana C. Kelly Russell & Diane A. Kirksey Lynn M. Williams IN MEMORY OF MICHAEL J. BECKER Michael E. Becker IN MEMORY OF ALICE IRENE BELL Michael B. & Cheryl A. Foote IN MEMORY OF DR. WILLIAM C. BLAMER Gary & Maureen Bates John Carroll University-Boler School of Business Mary L. Christian Cummings, McClorey, Davis & Acho, PLC Elaine Gooch Donah M. Kval Samuel E. Morello Charles H. Jr. & Maryetta Mueller Fred J. Schuette Norma M. Stanbury The Hon. Thomas & Magdalene Yeotis IN MEMORY OF ROY DORT Paul & Diane Tremblay IN MEMORY OF KATHLEEN DRUMMOND David & Elizabeth Drouillard James H. Drummond Sharon Y. Naughton IN MEMORY OF DR. GEORGE A. EASTMAN Rotary Club of Flint IN MEMORY OF DONALD E. EWLES Mary Cusack Sharon H. Ewles Joshua A. Gonzalez & Rebecca Gale-Gonzalez Mark & Lysbeth Kennedy Mary R. Ward Sheila A. Ward IN MEMORY OF MINNIE C. FIELDS Ernelle Taylor IN MEMORY OF KEITH FULMER Ronald & Sharon Burde Mary Cusack Saara Gallin IN MEMORY OF BOB HARDENBURG Timothy L. & Juanita Oesch IN MEMORY OF FREDERICK R. LEMKE James P. Weigold & Katherine E. Weissmann IN MEMORY OF DR. VIVIAN M. LEWIS Melvin E. & Annie N. Gregory IN MEMORY OF R. S. MANIAN Dr. Rajagopal & Chandrika Shantaram IN MEMORY OF ALEXANDRA AND WILLIAM MARKOWICZ Mark Wiley & Patricia A. Markowicz IN MEMORY OF ADAM RYAN MCINTOSH Patricia H. Reedy IN MEMORY OF JAMES M. MESSMORE Charles B. & Judith M. Comeau Bea Messmore Michael & Cynthia Messmore IN MEMORY OF SHERMAN MITCHELL Anonymous Jeanne B. Aaronson Ralph Arellano, Jr. Phyllis S. Bower Thomas & Mary Bryson Janet I. Calle Marjorie Carlon Michael J. Carr Amy A. Cox Louis C. & Johannah Dortch Jamie L. Dylenski Barbara A. Evans Family Dentistry & Pasadena Dental Clinic Bruce A. & Carol A. Fraser Dirk G. Fraser & Leah Shopkow Thomas Herman & Jeanne Pepper Helen R. Hoyt Marcy A. Klein Doris A. Maxfield James C. McLogan Ralph O. Messer, Sr. & Kerri V. Stiverson Michigan Retina-Vitreous Institute Duane & Diane B. Miller Claybourne Mitchell Barbara A. Pike Charles Postlewate Laurie D. Powell John L. Jr. & Joyce E. Riegle Steven W. & Julia A. Shaw Ray N. & Nancy Sinclair Mary Margaret St. John Ernelle Taylor David A. & Heide Wharton Duane R. Whipple The Hon. Thomas & Magdalene Yeotis IN MEMORY OF JEROME F. O’ROURKE, ESQ. Mary O’Rourke IN MEMORY OF MICHAEL PYLYPIW, SR. Anonymous Lynne A. Hurand Tracey L. Miller Michael Pylypiw Trust Kathryn L. Schwartz Terry & Irene Yax IN HONOR OF DR. AVON BURNS - RETIREMENT FROM MCC Alvern Lock & Theresa Stephens-Lock Paul & Nancy Rozycki IN HONOR OF LENNETTA B. CONEY – AWARDED COMMUNITY LEADER OF THE YEAR Jane M. Bingham Michael & Kay Melet IN HONOR OF LENORE CROUDY Lorean Holmes IN MEMORY OF MIGDALIA “MICKEY” RANSBERGER Donald Brockway & Rev. Mary Yarbrough IN HONOR OF GRADUATES OF FLINT COMMUNITY SCHOOLS PROGRAM (Flint Community Scholars Program) Anonymous IN MEMORY OF HELEN J. ROHNER Betty C. Cyr IN HONOR OF REBECCA GALE-GONZALEZ Michael & Kay Kelly IN MEMORY OF D. JACK RUTERBUSCH Randolph R. Ruterbusch IN HONOR OF G. RADHABAI AND A.V. RAJAGOPAL Dr. Rajagopal & Chandrika Shantaram IN MEMORY OF DR. DONALD E. STANBURY Norma M. Stanbury IN MEMORY OF EDWARD THORNE Joan Thorne MANY THANKS TO THE INDIVIDUALS WHO SUPPORTED MOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND THE FOUNDATION IN HONOR OF FAMILY AND FRIENDS January 1 – December 31, 2013 IN HONOR OF KAREN ALDRIDGE-EASON - FOR SERVICE ON GENESYS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER BOARD Anita Abrol Elizabeth L. Aderholdt James L. Boles Joyce Bolo Genesys Regional Medical Center Dara L. Headrick IN HONOR OF JANE BINGHAM Grayce Scholt IN HONOR OF DR. WILLIAM BLAMER Dale Wolfgram IN HONOR OF MCC PROFESSOR BUCK, THOMAS EDWARDS, & GRAYCE SCHOLT R. Larry Fullwood IN HONOR OF PEGGY J. BROWN Lee A. Murtland & Barbara Cunningham IN HONOR OF S. OLOF KARLSTROM Kiersten DeKorne IN HONOR OF DR. LILLIE W. MCCAIN Paul & Nancy Rozycki IN HONOR OF MCC SCIENCE AND MATH DEPARTMENT Philip G. Ansted IN HONOR OF JAMES A. RULE – TAUGHT 30 YEARS AT MCC Dale Wolfgram IN HONOR OF GRAYCE SCHOLT Jane M. Bingham IN HONOR OF HELENE STREICH Dr. Paul & Phyllis Schroeder IN HONOR OF STEPHANIE A. ZEMORE – VOTED OUTSTANDING NEW MEMBER OF FLINT WOMEN’S FORUM Flint Women’s Forum We make every effort to honor all of our generous contributions in an accurate and timely manner. However, even with modern technology, it is possible that some names have been inadvertently omitted or incorrectly published. If you notice a mistake, please accept our apology. Please also alert The Foundation for Mott Community College at 810.762.0425 or email [email protected] so we can correct our records. Thank you! 19 ALUMNI ALUMNI Having an Impact Each year, the Alumni Association of Mott Community College presents the Distinguished Alumni Awards. The recipients represent a select number of individuals who have proven to be an inspiration. Each have earned significant career and/or personal achievements, have had a long lasting effect on a business or community, and have demonstrated a visible commitment to the community. The recipients have attended Flint Junior College, Flint Community College, Genesee Community College, Alumni Association VANESSA NELSON SPHR, CLRL, President JOHN KRUPP CPA, Vice President and/or Mott Community College. All of our honorees are selected by a committee comprised of GRACE GLASS* Treasurer community leaders, as well as college faculty and staff. Bestowing this recognition represents one of DARLENE ANDERSON-LEFLORE MCC’s most prestigious honors. Portraits are located in a permanent display in the Alumni Room, DAN CADY located in the Prahl College Center. BETTY LOU CAMPBELL* JOHN CHINONIS* MARICELA GARCIA DEAN HALEY* visible commitment to the community. CHARLEY MCCLENDON SIXTO OLIVO* SALLY SHAHEEN JOSEPH, JD* n io at ci so As Selection of MCC’s 2015 honorees will be made by a committee representing the greater Flint community. ni Yo u C a n H a v e A n I m p a c t Your gift to The Foundation for Mott Community College is an investment in our collective futures. As we work together to create opportunity and provide affordable academic options, all of us reap the benefits of a stronger community, a skilled labor force, and economic growth. um CONTRIBUTING TO OUR SUCCESS? Al AROUND US IN THIS REPORT. NOW, WILL YOU MAKE AN IMPACT BY ge LENNETTA CONEY Ex Officio; President The Foundation for Mott Community College lle Co THOMAS YEOTIS, JD* ity STACEY VANUCCI 2015 Nominations must be submitted to The Foundation for MCC by November 3, 2014. For a nomination form or for further information, please call (810) 762-0425. Nomination forms are also available online at: www.mcc.edu/alumni/alumni_award.shtml un MICHAEL J. THORP WE HOPE YOU HAVE SEEN THE IMPACT MCC IS HAVING ON THE WORLD 20 changed the community for the better. COMMUNITY SERVICE – Demonstration of a *Emeritus * Deceased IMPACT - Accomplishments, which have JILL GIST GENNOIS WIGGINS Nick Pappadakis* Recipient of the Presidential Citation career or personal achievements. m Recipient of the Honorary Alumni Award PAUL GADOLA, JD* OUTSTANDING SUCCESS – Significant om tC ot Coach Steve Schmidt SGT. JOHN FONTANA ROLE MODEL – Inspiring excellence in others. M k: Raynetta Speed State Rep. Woodrow Stanley Walter Sturghill, Jr. Scott Swedorski Dr. Charles Teaberry Justus Thigpen, Sr. Michael J. Thorp Phillip Wise Judge Thomas C. Yeotis Mott Community College’s Distinguished Alumni Award was established in 2002 for the purpose of recognizing truly outstanding women and men who have provided an inspirational impact to students and/or the community and for their significant contributions to career achievement and community service. By honoring our former students, we hope to inspire today’s students to strive for both personal and professional success. MCC Distinguished Alumni Nomination Criteria: Distinguished MCC Alumni nominees should be individuals who have attended Flint Junior College, Flint Community College, Genesee Community College, and/or Mott Community College. The nominees will be judged on the following criteria: oo Sally Shaheen Joseph, JD Jimmy King Joseph Klobucher Albert J. Koegel John K. Krupp, CPA Pamela Loving Anthony Mansour Sixto Olivo Jerome O’Rourke* William F. Pickard Wanda Piper Michael Rachor Judge Robert Ransom Art Reyes II Former US Senator Donald Riegle, Jr. Judge Ramona Roberts Philip W. Shaltz JoAnne & Julius Shaw Dr. Richard A. Shick Woodrow W. Skaff* Do you know an MCC Alumnus who is deserving of being recognized for the Distinguished Alumni Awards? b ce Fa Ezra R. Artis, Sr. Gladys Beckwith Dan Berezny Philip Braun* Dan Cady John Chinonis Bill Churchill, Sr. Barbara J. Buell Clark Stephanie K. Confer Frank DeLorenzo* Dr. George Eastman* Judge Paul Gadola Gregory Gaines Dr. Raymond Gist Kathleen Glynn Edna Green-Perry Helen Juanita Ham* Shelly Hoffman Dr. Ellen Howe* Edwin Jakeway Dr. Beverly Jones 21 1 Fl 401 in E t, a M st I4 C 85 ou 03 rt S t. Non-profit Org. US postage PAID Permit #480 Flint, MI ADDRESS MAILING AREA ABOUT THE FOUNDATION The Foundation for Mott Community College is the fundraising operation which promotes higher education at MCC. The Foundation’s purpose is to assist students with scholarships, promote special projects at the college, and enhance the quality of education and opportunity in this community. This charitable arm of MCC supports 191 scholarships and designated funds and 93 endowment funds. The Mission of Mott Community College Our mission is to provide high-quality, accessible, and affordable educational opportunities and services including university transfer, technical, and lifelong learning programs that promote individual development and improve the overall quality of life in a multicultural community. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT US AT: The Work of The Foundation: ♦ Provides funding to keep tuition low for all students ♦ Provides for scholarships and grants to deserving students ♦ Funds special projects involving economic development, education, and training ♦ Strengthens existing educational programs ♦ Identifies and develops new career area programs ♦ Promotes professional development for faculty and staff ♦ Promotes educational, literary, and scientific activities of MCC ♦ Encourages greater community involvement ♦ Helps MCC to help itself The Foundation for Mott Community College 1401 E. Court Street • Flint, MI 48503-2089 p) 810.762.0425 • f) 810.762.0561 e) [email protected] www.foundation.mcc.edu The Mission of The Foundation for Mott Community College The Foundation is a community based charitable organization whose major purpose is to acquire and distribute resources to the students, faculty, and staff of Mott Community College, as it contributes to educational, literary, multicultural, and financial efforts that advance excellence and richness to the community.