2013 REPORT to the COMMUNITY
published by Pitt Community College and the PCC Foundation
TABLE of CONTENTS Board of Trustees..................................................................... 1 Message from the President................................................ 2 Employee Recognition...................................................... 3-4 2012-2013 Highlights........................................................ 5-7 SACS Reaccreditation............................................................. 8 Student Highlights............................................................9-10 Facts and Figures...................................................................11 PCC Alumni in Our Community........................................12 PCC Foundation and Directorâ€™s Report................... 13-14 Foundation Events Report.......................................... 15-16 Alumni Awards.......................................................................16 Foundation Board.................................................................16 Foundation Financial Report.............................................17 Scholarships..................................................................... 17-18 Foundation Donors........................................................ 19-22
BOARD of TRUSTEES 2012-2013 J. Paul Davenport III, Chair
Dr. Virginia D. Hardy
Kelly Barnhill, Jr., Vice-Chair
Dr. Peter J. Kragel
Retired, U.S. Air Force Officer Retired, J.P. Davenport & Son President Hendrix-Barnhill Co., Inc.
Charles E. Long, Secretary
Retired, Pitt County Schools Administrator
Randy Collier, Past Chair
Retired, University Health Systems & Pitt County Schools
Kathy P. Frazier
Retired Educator, Pitt County Schools
Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs East Carolina University Professor and Chair of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Brody School of Medicine, ECU
James A. Nelson, Jr.
Partner Owens & Nelson, PLLC-Attorneys at Law
Raymond Reddrick Retired Educator
Chief Human Resource Officer, Vidant Medical Center
CEO, Wilco Hess LLC
President Student Government Association
Phil Dixon & Kathryn V. Whichard Honorary Trustees
MESSAGE from the PRESIDENT On behalf of the Board of Trustees, the faculty, staff, and many friends and stakeholders of Pitt Community College, I am proud to present this overview of the great accomplishments we have achieved in 2013. The emphasis of this Report to the Community is on the 2012-13 academic year, but the major reason why the Report is appearing later than usual is the enormous team effort needed for our successful Bond Referendum election in November. The overwhelming passage of the $19.9 million funding for a new Science Building and Law Enforcement Training Center was the culmination of a highly successful year of student accomplishments and progress for PCC and a strong endorsement of PCC’s strengths and service to Pitt County and our region. Dr. G. Dennis Massey, President
The Board of Trustees, chaired by Kelly Barnhill, Jr., extended the successes of past chair Paul Davenport in several key areas in 2013:
• Ten-year accreditation by the Southern Association’s Commission on Colleges after a rigorous process of review and renewal • A substantial 31% increase in student degrees and certificates, a strong indicator of our strategic goal of “Student Success” • Enrollment increase of 6% at a time when national and state community colleges were experiencing declines, which demonstrates strong work on the strategic goal of “Student Access”
• Expansion of the Craig Goess Student Center and initiation of the bond campaign with county officials and voters • Adding 10 new faculty positions to meet increasing student demand • Bringing new leaders to important senior staff positions – Donald Heisey as VP of Administration, Ricky Brown as Chief Financial Officer, and Thomas Gould as VP of Academic Affairs • Working in concert with the PCC Foundation to increase funding for students through the Annual Excellence Campaign, a new Dancing with the Stars event, and the Holiday Show
In 2014, we will continue striving for improvement. We ask for individuals, companies and organizations to partner with us to motivate and support learning and enhanced skills to respond to the economic and workforce challenges in eastern North Carolina.
educate and empower people for success.
Our mission is to
Our Vision Pitt Community College will be... A Catalyst for transforming the individual and community. A Competent Steward of public trust and confidence. A Creative Partner for developing educational and economic opportunities. A Recognized Leader for accessible, attractive and educationally-enriching programs and services. 2
EMPLOYEE AWARDS presented at annual event A number of special awards were presented at the Annual Employee Appreciation event, including the 2013 Joan and Ed Warren Staff Employee of the Year Award, which was presented to Andre Gregory and the 2013 Joseph E. Downing Excellence in Teaching Award, which was presented to Olga Paine. Gregory coordinated a pair of key programs within the college’s Student Development Services Division. He served as coordinator of the Minority Male Mentoring Program and also coordinated the college’s international education efforts. “No one quite fits the mold or has had an impact on the college and community as Andre Gregory during the last five years,” said Dr. Donald Spell, PCC Vice President of Student Development Services. “Andre stretches others around him and has revolutionized our approach to student services.”
Gregory said he felt humbled to have been honored by his peers for his work at the college. “I was always taught that one is supposed to work hard because that is the right thing to do,” he said. “I am only able to do my job because of all the great professionals I work with. PCC will always have a special place in my heart.”
A chemistry instructor, Paine said she strives to bring enthusiasm to her classroom. It’s clear her students have noticed. “She stands out from other instructors I have had on campus because of her passion and love of teaching,” one of Paine’s former students is quoted as saying. “She has an astonishing ability to connect with all of her students, no matter what their level of knowledge is.”
“Most students have an innate fear of chemistry at the beginning of the semester and are quite intimidated by the subject,” Paine said. “Therefore, I try to make my lectures as interactive and engaging as possible by tying topics to real world examples or medical applications.” As this year’s Downing Award recipient, Paine will now serve as PCC’s nominee for the N.C. Community College System’s teaching excellence award.
Staff & Faculty Awards Pitt Community College celebrated employee achievements on April 19 during the 30th Annual Employee Appreciation and Recognition Evening at Rock Springs Center. The college honored 14 retirees and presented a total of 63 service awards to employees with a combined 665 years of service, including Judy Harris with 35 years and Ann Land with 30.
Faculty Excellence Awards
Five instructors (as shown above left) were presented with Faculty Excellence Awards– Sandra Mathis, Ulla Dittmar, Samantha Chauncey and Olga Paine, left to right. Not pictured is Gayle Pate. Five Staff Excellence Awards were presented to Jody Venters, Jessica Sides, Andre Gregory and Angie Peaden, left to right. Not pictured is Louise Germain.
Staff Excellence Awards 3
A total of four retirees received The Order of Long Leaf Pine Award during the employee appreciation program. The honor, which is one of the highest North Carolina’s governor can bestow upon a citizen of the Tar Heel State, was presented to Greg Baldwin, Judy Harris, Roy Lanier, and Judith Kasperek for contributing more than 30 years of dedicated and enthusiastic service to the State of North Carolina.
EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION professional development and achievements
Michael Clendenen Michael Clendenen, Distance Learning Director, was featured in a North Carolina State University report for utilizing Cloud computing technology to support our Electronic Health Records training in Health Information Technology.
Arts and Sciences Dean Stephanie Rook was selected to receive a FulbrightNehru International Education Administrators grant for research and cultural exchange in India in March 2014. Her goal is to plan student/faculty exchanges for Pitt Community College.
Order of Long Leaf Pine Awards
Mary Paramore, Director of Business and Industry Services, was a speaker at the 2013 Annual Conference for the NC Economic Development Association, speaking on the Career Readiness Certificate.
At left, four PCC retirees received The Order of Long Leaf Pine Award. Shown left to right are Greg Baldwin, Judy Harris, Roy Lanier, and Judith Kasperek.
PCC’s Woman of Substance Award Pitt Community College students and employees celebrated Women’s History Month on March 13 with an event themed “Women Inspiring Innovation Through Imagination – Celebrating Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.” As part of the college’s women’s history celebration, PCC recognizes a female employee with the “Woman of Substance Award” for outstanding campus and community involvement, attitude of service, commitment and caring, and willingness to ‘go the extra mile.’ This year’s “Woman of Substance Award” was presented to Betty Foreman, secretary to the Assistant VP of Student Development Services. “Betty is an outstanding, dedicated employee whose
efforts on behalf of the College reach across campus and across divisions...She touches and engages with huge numbers of our students through graduation, the SGA, the Student Ambassador program, walk-in registrations and drop/add, many student clubs and organizations, Multicultural Activities, New Student Orientation, and Academic Excellence – helping and influencing our students as they celebrate special moments at PCC. “ In addition to Foreman, this year’s “Woman of Substance Award” nominees were Wendy Ayscue, Dr. Lora Clark, Heather Costanzo, Nikki Coutouzis, Yatta David, Connie Lloyd, Jane Power, Dr. Stephanie Rook, Elaine Spencer, and Kim Waters. 4
2012-2013 Highlights July 2012 • A new automated system for handling applications significantly improved the financial aid process at Pitt Community College. • PCC’s Kay Gooding and Carol Walston joined a diverse group of health care providers for a meeting with senior Obama Administration officials on the status of health information technology (HIT). The invitation-only town hall meeting focused on ways HIT can improve health care quality and patient health. • PCC police officers moved into their new campus headquarters, leaving behind the single-wide trailer they had called home for nearly 20 years.
August 2012 • PCC President G. Dennis Massey and North Carolina Wesleyn College President James Gray III signed a memorandum of understanding that allows Wesleyan to begin teaching business administration courses on the Pitt campus in Spring of 2013. Massey said having N.C. Wesleyan offer courses at PCC to the college’s graduating students so they are able to remain in Greenville while pursuing bachelor’s degrees was “positive news” and would likely stimulate a higher associate degree completion rate at PCC. • Pitt Community College employees met for convocation in the Coburn Center to reflect on the previous 12 months, introduce new workers, catch up on the latest news and events, and prepare for the academic year ahead. • More than 120 students and employees attended a reception to welcome international students to campus. • Juan Pimiento joined PCC’s foreign language department in August, making him the third instructor to teach at the college through the prestigious Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) Program.
• Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton, a candidate for North Carolina governor, was on the PCC campus August 16 for a town hall discussion. U.S. Sen. Kay Hagen also visited PCC in August to gather feedback from constituents.
September 2012 • A team representing the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) visited the Pitt campus in September to evaluate the college’s QEP and offer suggestions for improvement in the college’s efforts to complete its reaccreditation process. • At the request of Pitt County officials, PCC administrators have named all of the roads on campus in order to establish addresses for campus buildings in the county’s E-911 system. • PCC signed a two-year agreement to become an “education affiliate” of Petty’s Garage, LLC, which is owned by NASCAR Hall-ofFamer Richard Petty. This partnership will greatly benefit students in the Automotive Technology program. • The college dedicated its most recent addition to the campus landscape September 7 with a ceremony that featured school administrators and state and local leaders paying tribute to the building’s namesake – former PCC President Charles E. Russell.
October 2012 • The Pitt Community College Foundation held a reception October 18 to recognize student scholarship recipients and thank the individuals and organizations responsible for establishing and supporting the awards. • Alina Fernandez, daughter of controversial Cuban leader Fidel Castro, spoke in the Craig F. Goess Student Center October 2 as part of the college’s celebration of “National Hispanic Heritage Month.” • A Petty’s Garage car display was set up outside of the Construction and Industrial Technology Building October 19 as part of the CIT Division’s two-day open house event. • PCC hosted its first-ever Veterans Resource Fair October 23 to give college personnel and local organizations a chance to speak with veterans about the resources and services they have to offer them.
November 2012 • Col. Tim Wiseman, assistant vice chancellor for Enterprise Risk Management at East Carolina University, spoke at the annual PCC Veterans Salute. • The 3rd Annual FacultyStaff Art Exhibit kicked off in November with a reception in the Craig F. Goess Student Center.
Committee organized a breakfast program to raise money for a new scholarship. Rev. Sidney Locks was the guest speaker. • The N.C. Department of Transportation (NCDOT) made traffic flow changes to ease the congestion on campus and to make it safer for students and employees to cross Reedy Branch Road.
February 2013 • The Institute of International Education presented PCC with a prestigious Andrew Heiskell Award for the college’s efforts to “Internationalize the Community College.” • The Alumni Association held a “Bulldog Rally” February 13 to raise public awareness of the organization’s mission and the college’s educational impact on the community.
• The PCC Association of Educational Office Professionals (PCCAEOP) held their annual Lights of Knowledge tree-lighting ceremony in the Craig F. Goess Student Center November 27. Proceeds from Lights of Knowledge fund a PCCAEOP scholarship at the college.
• The college’s celebration of Black History Month featured a presentation held February19 by U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield on the significance of the Emancipation Proclamation and the March on Washington.
March 2013 • The Faculty Senate established a scholarship with the PCC Foundation. The merit-based $500 scholarship will provide funds for textbooks for a student, beginning with the 2013 Fall Semester.
• The PCC Symphony Orchestra held its annual holiday concert December 4 at Faith Assembly Church in Winterville.
• The PCC Foundation announced on March 21 that the Pitt County Public Safety Team had captured the most votes in the “Dancing with the PCC Stars” dance competition.
• The college’s VISIONS Career Development and Scholarship Program welcomed its largest class ever to campus when 63 Pitt County high school juniors met for orientation December 5. • PCC Board of Trustees met with our state legislators to provide a brief summary of our accomplishments and to present our funding proposals for the 2013-14 budget. Among the group were continuing Senator Louis Pate and Representative Jeanne Farmer-Butterfield, returning Senator Don Davis, and new Representatives Brian Brown and Susan Martin.
January 2013 • The Golden LEAF Foundation awarded PCC a $900,000 grant to partner with Wayne Community College on enhancing training in mechanical engineering, computer integrated machining, solid works, and automated computer-aided design/drafting. • As part of the college’s celebration of the life and legacy of civil rights pioneer Martin Luther King Jr., the Multicultural Activities
April 2013 • PCC and Pitt County Schools partnered to give students from all six county high schools a closer look at manufacturing and engineering careers April 9. • PCC’s annual Earth Day Fair took place on campus April 17.
2012-2013 Highlights (continued) May 2013
June 2013 • Pitt Community College lauched a pilot program, “Way to Success,” aimed at improving student retention through increased personal contact. Employee “success coaches” mentor students who have been identified by retention alert software as potentially benefitting from early intervention.
• Pitt Community College administrators received word that the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) Board voted to reaffirm PCC’s accreditation with no additional follow up. • The PCC Symphony Orchestra made its first-ever appearance in Greenville’s “Sunday in the Park Series” on June 16.
• Pitt County Commissioner Jimmy Garris addressed members of PCC’s 2013 graduating class. A record 1,551 credentials were awarded to graduates during the 2012-13 academic year.
Foreign Language Department Featured Fulbright Scholar on Staff For the second straight year, Pitt Community College’s foreign language faculty included an instructor taking part in the prestigious Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) Program. Juan Pimienta became the third FLTA instructor to teach at Pitt, following in the footsteps of Valeria Guerra and Xiu-Wen Lin, who taught Spanish and Mandarin, respectively, during the 2011-12 academic year. PCC requested FLTA instructors to teach Spanish, French and Mandarin after looking closely at its foreign language course enrollment.The college was ultimately awarded one instructor, though, due to the competitive nature of the Fulbright Program. A native of Uruguay, Pimienta has three years of experience with teaching non-native English speakers in his home country. His responsibilities at Pitt included assisting with the college’s foreign language lab, overseeing its Spanish
Language Table, and providing cultural presentations, according to Chris DeVille, a PCC French instructor and language lab coordinator. Fluent in English and Spanish, Pimienta is currently studying Arabic. He says he was excited about having the opportunity to teach at PCC and to “learn about how teachers and professors in the United States establish rapport with students.” For the past 44 years, the FLTA program has enabled young educators, like Pimienta, to refine their teaching skills, increase English language proficiency and extend knowledge of the cultures and customs of the United States while engaging in non-degree studies at accredited post-secondary U.S. educational institutions. Patricia Baldwin, chair of PCC’s University Transfer and Foreign Language Department, said last year’s Fulbright instructors were “great assets to the college’s foreign language department.”
She noted that Guerra’s and Lin’s interaction with students in the classroom and through workshops and conversation tables gave students an opportunity to learn firsthand about cultural differences and their home countries of Uruguay and Taiwan. “The experience was invaluable for the foreign language department and our students,” Baldwin said. “Valeria and Xiu-Wen will always be thought of as a part of the foreign language department family at PCC. We continue to keep in contact with them despite the distance between us.” Since its inception in 1968, nearly 310,000 educators—116,900 from the United States and 192,800 from other countries—have participated in the FLTA program. Funded by the U.S. government, FLTA currently operates in more than 155 countries worldwide. The process for becoming a participant in the program is extensive for both the applicants and the colleges and universities seeking Fulbright scholars.
PCC’s JOURNEY TO SACS Reaccreditation
5. Continuous review: By accepting accreditation status, Pitt Community College agrees to undergo a review on a rotating basis every 10 years. An institution is usually required to go through all the steps of the accreditation process each time it is reviewed. The purpose of the continuous review is to ensure that Pitt Community College continues to maintain the required accreditation status.
A team of 15 people from community colleges in the Southeast visited Pitt Community College on September 1820, 2012. The Committee examined all aspects of our operations. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) is one of six private, voluntary, nonprofit regional accrediting associations in the United States. SACS, which was established in 1895, is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Its mission is to “improve education in the South through accreditation.” SACS is comprised of three Commissions: the Commission on Elementary and Middle Schools, the Commission on Middle and Secondary Schools, and the Commission of Colleges. The Commission of Colleges (COC) was created in 1912 to focus on developing standards for quality programs in higher education. The COC accredits institutions of higher education in eleven southern states (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia) and Latin America. The COC has been a leader in defining and implementing the concept of “institutional effectiveness” in higher education and is known for having the most stringent requirements.
Why it is Important
Accreditation by a recognized regional accrediting association (such as SACS) is required of higher education institutions in order for them to be eligible to receive federal funding. Accreditation is important to higher education institutions because it permits our students to have access to federally-subsidized financial aid, allows our faculty to compete for federal research grants, and ensures that the courses and degrees our students receive will be recognized by other institutions.
Without accreditation status, Pitt Community College would not be eligible for any of the above. If PCC lost accreditation, the college would lose approximately 70% of its revenue and approximately 60% of its current students could not afford to attend. Accreditation by SACS indicates that the institution “has a purpose appropriate to higher education and has resources, programs, and services sufficient to accomplish that purpose on a continuing basis. Accreditation evaluates whether an institution maintains clearly specified educational objectives that are consistent with its mission and appropriate to the degrees it offers and whether it is successful in achieving its stated objectives.”
Steps of the Process
1. Preparation and self-examination: Pitt Community College created a written report of our accomplishments according to the standards set by the accreditation organization. 2. Peer review: Administrative and faculty peers conducted an intensive review of the prepared materials, written report, and general workings of Pitt Community College. 3. Visit and examination: A visit team, made up of peers and members of the public who volunteer their time because of a strong interest in the quality standards of higher education, visited Pitt Community College September 18-20, 2012 examining data and conducting interviews. 4. Judgment action made by accreditation organization: The COC reviewed the previous steps and affirmed accreditation status for Pitt Community College.
It was clear in the Exit Conference that the reviewers were very impressed with all the Pitt Community College employees and students they met, and the longer they stayed, the more they were persuaded that we had the talent and commitment to more than satisfy their requirements in virtually all areas of inquiry. Of the twenty-one core requirements, comprehensive standards, or federal requirements identified for further review last May, only one principle was targeted for further work, the match of faculty credentials to the courses they are teaching. Regarding the Career and Advising Plan (CAP) we proposed, the reviewers made many helpful suggestions for modification and expansion, including two recommendations regarding measurable goals and assessments tied to these specifics.
On July 10, 2013, a letter from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools was received from the organization’s President that stated: “The following action regarding your institution was taken at the June 2013 meeting of the Board of Trustees of SACS Commission on Colleges: The Commission on Colleges reaffirmed accreditation. No additional report was requested. Your institution’s next reaffirmation will take place in 2023 unless otherwise notified.” Our Journey to Reaccreditation has ended. Thanks to all who worked diligently and tirelessly to help PCC reach this very important goal. 8
PCC STUDENT Highlights • Members of the Greenville City Council joined Mayor Allen Thomas in September 2012 to recognize Pitt Community College American Sign Language (ASL) students and faculty for their efforts and proclaiming September 24-30 as Deaf Awareness Week. • PCC graduate Cameron Coburn completed a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice at Fayetteville State University, making him the second Pitt student to take advantage of a transfer partnership between the two schools. • SGA officers doled out the sub sandwiches September 6, during their organization’s “Clubs and Subs” event in the Goess Student Center.
• In conjunction with National Respiratory Care Week, Respiratory Therapy students held their annual Open House October 25 in the William E. Fulford Building. • Students went retro for Fall Fest October 18 with a tribute to the 1980s. • Nursing Students collected supplies to deliver to Hurricane Sandy victims in New Jersey. • PCC Student Ambassadors wrapped up their annual service project by presenting a $1,533 check to the Greenville branch of the American Heart Association (AHA).
• The Men’s Resource Center held the “PCC Olympics” September 12 to give students a chance to showcase their talents away from the classroom. • Jason Donica, a 2012 PCC graduate, received the N.C. Community College System’s Robert W. Scott Leadership Award October 27, during an N.C. Comprehensive Community College State Government Association Conference in Wilmington. • The PCC Spirit Club’s 4th Annual Trunk-or-Treat was a resounding success. More than 900 children and their families participated in the event, which also served as a drive for the local food bank. 9
• Members of the marketing program’s Collegiate DECA student organization donated $500 worth of toys to the WITN/Marine Corp Toys-for-Tots campaign November 29. The students earned the money to purchase the toys by operating the Santa Claus photo booth during the 2012 Down East Holiday Show and through Fall Fest and Spring Fling fundraisers. • The PCC Student Veterans Association hosted a “Welcome Back Lunch Social” for student veterans January 15 in the Goess Student Center multipurpose room. • PCC’s Men’s Resource Center sponsored “Men’s Day” January 24 to help give male students on campus the tools they need for personal and academic success. • Spring 2013 marks the first semester for 21 students pursuing Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration through North Carolina Wesleyan College at Pitt Community College.
• Pitt Community College held its annual Academic Excellence Awards program in March 2013 to honor 50 top students for excellence in the classroom, on campus, and in the community. • The PCC Alumni Association sponsored the third annual Bulldog Run on April 14, 2013. Winners of the 5K run were: Men’s Category – 1st Dylan Hudson; 2nd Nick Gingras; 3rd Austin Underwood. Women’s Category – 1st Chloe Cox; 2nd Jordyn Moore; 3rd Jackie Nance.
Pitt Community College student Lindsay Arnold was named a Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Gold Scholar. A Greenville resident, Arnold graduated in May 2013 with a degree from PCC’s Associate in Science (Pre-Engineering) program. She plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree in engineering from East Carolina University. Arnold is the second PCC student to earn Gold Scholar honors from the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation in a two-year span, joining 2011 recipient and medical sonography graduate Morgan Kern. PCC graduate Adam Till was also honored by Coca-Cola as a national finalist in 2010. “Lindsay’s award speaks not only to her academic excellence and service,” said PCC President G. Dennis Massey. “Pitt has many high-achieving students, especially in the college’s honor societies—Phi Theta Kappa and Gamma Beta Phi. Arnold, a 2011 graduate of D.H. Conley High School, served as president of the PCC Student Government Association. She was a Student Ambassador throughout her enrollment at the college, including one year as secretary.
• Duke football player Blair Holliday attended the 2013 nurse pinning ceremony to pin nursing graduate Chelsea Gibbons and thank her for saving his life after he nearly died in a jet skiing accident on Lake Tillery on July 4, 2012. • Students and teachers from the Northeast Regional School of Biotechnology and Agriscience visited PCC in June 2013 to participate in biotechnology and ecology laboratory exercises led by college faculty.
Arnold is also a member of the Sigma Alpha Pi National Honor Society of Leadership and Success, Gamma Beta Phi Society, and Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society. She completed the 2012-13 N.C. Community Colleges Leadership Institute. Having recorded a 3.75 grade point average at Pitt, Arnold was one of 50 students the college honored during its annual Academic Excellence Awards reception in March 2013. Each year, the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation sponsors the Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team program by recognizing 50 Gold, 50 Silver and 50 Bronze scholars and providing nearly $200,000 in stipends annually. Arnold, the daughter of Greenville’s Leslie Arnold and John Arnold Jr. of Wichita Falls, Texas, received a $1,500-stipend and a special medallion as a Gold Scholar. Arnold’s most recent honor comes as part of the CocaCola Scholars Foundation’s 23-year sponsorship of the Coca-Cola All-State Community College Academic Team. The program is administered by Phi Theta Kappa, an honor society for two-year colleges. 10
2012-2013 Facts and Figures 2012-2013 Enrollment
Curriculum Programs 12,220 Continuing Education and Community Dev. 11,804 Unduplicated Headcount*
23,181 Federal 31%
* Unduplicated Headcount is not the sum of the two totals shown because 843 students took both a Curriculum and ConEd course.
Student Profile Female Male Average Age
60% 40% 26 Other* 15%
In-State Tuition $71.50 per credit hour or $1,140.00 for full-time students (16 hours or more)**
$263.50 per credit hour or $4,216.00 for full-time students (16 hours or more)**
** Tuition is set by the NC General Assembly and is subject to change without notice.
Other* 23,464,051 TOTAL FUNDING
Average Class Size Students per Class Student/Faculty Ratio
* Other funding consists of Sales & Services, Non-capital Grants, Investment Income, Non-operating Revenues, Capital Grants, Noncapital Gifts, and Operating Revenue.
2012-2013 Graduates Curriculum Program Graduates Associate Degrees 964 Certificates 392 Diplomas 195 TOTAL 1,551 ConEd/CECD Graduates High School Equivalency Adult High School
Student Residence Profile Pitt County Adjacent Counties Other NC Counties Non-NC Residents
58% 14% 19% 9%
“I’ve been in business for 35 years, and it all started with the fundamentals I learned here at Pitt Community College.”
Dan Nichols, 1977
President, SCA Collections, Inc.
“PCC was a critical link that has made many of my accomplishments possible.”
Carol Jones Shields, 1988
“Being a Jamaican native, PCC opened my eyes up to many different perspectives of life and education.”
Executive Director, Roanoke River Partners
Novelyn Douglas, 2009, 2010 Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer, Carolina East Health Systems
“It was always my dream to attend college...I wanted to set an example for my children. And now, here I am!” “PCC gave me the tools and confidence to push forward and achieve my academic goals.”
William Autry, 2002
Vice President, Commercial Banking Officer, First South Bank
Donna H. Williford Current Student, Occupational Therapy Assistant Program
THE PCC FOUNDATION Supporting the Needs of Students
MESSAGE from the DIRECTOR The Pitt Community College Foundation is making a positive difference in the lives of local students by providing student scholarships to support their success in their college completion and preparation for careers. That support is a solid investment in the future of our community. The PCC Foundation also develops relationships and resources for the College to provide funding for both essential and innovative services. During 2012-2013, the PCC Foundation contributed $448,767 which represents a 15% increase from the previous year, to the college for student scholarships, student academic excellence recognition, educational programs, equipment, employee recognition and professional development, and campus construction projects. Now more than ever, the PCC Foundation is implementing methods to ensure donors that their contributions for PCC scholarships, educational activities, and capital projects are good investments. This annual report documents the results of those efforts. Generous contributions from individuals, alumni, businesses, foundations, and organizations in Eastern North Carolina have
Randy Walters Chairman of the PCC Foundation, 2012-2013
Randy Walters Chair, PCC Foundation
been essential to the success of Pitt Community College and the PCC Foundation. Successful special events during 2012-2013 including Susan Q. Nobles the Fall Golf Classic, the Down Executive Director East Holiday Show, the Dancing PCC Foundation with the PCC Stars event, and the Annual Excellence Fund Campaign also provided funds for the Foundation’s activities. The expansion of Alumni Relations activities and the addition of PCC retiree events allowed the Foundation to reconnect with some of the College’s most vital stakeholders. Much of the PCC Foundation’s success during 2012-2013 can be attributed to the leadership and support of its board of directors, donors, and over 100 volunteers who support the foundation’s events and activities. We sincerely appreciate the work and support that each of these groups provides for our College.
During 2012-2013, it has been an honor to lead, serve, and invest in the continued success of Pitt Community College and the Pitt Community College Foundation. This annual report documents the various activities and accomplishments of the college and the foundation. This has been a successful partnership in supporting the college’s mission: Educating & Empowering People for Success.
The PCC Foundation Board members are very proud of the students’ success in the classrooms, their completion of their degrees, and their entry into the local workforce. We know that PCC graduates are working in many different technical professions throughout our county and region. Collectively, our alumni provide many of the most essential services that support the quality of life in our community. You can assist the PCC Foundation in its continuous effort to focus on student success by making contributions to our Annual Excellence Fund Campaign, developing a planned gift, initiating a scholarship or program fund, or attending our outstanding special events. Contact the PCC Foundation at www.pittccfoundation.com or call 252-493-7287 to learn more about how you can contribute. Together, we can continue to make a significant difference for our college and our community. 14
PCC FOUNDATION Sponsored Events
Fall Golf Classic PCC Fall Golf Classic Thirty-nine teams competed in the 15th Annual PCC Fall Golf Classic at Greenville Country Club on October 4, 2012. The event netted $22,964.15.
Dancing with the PCC Stars The first ever “Dancing with the PCC Stars” was held March 7, 2013 at Rock Springs Center. The event featured 7 teams and raised $27,476.55.
Dancing with the PCC Stars
Staff & Faculty Fund Drive 55% percent participation – $59,281.91 in gifts and pledges.
Holiday Show Down East Holiday Show The 2012 Down East Holiday Show was the most successful in the fundraiser’s eleven-year history. With 155 vendors selling a wide variety of merchandise, a record 11,400 shoppers attended and generated $84,960.44. Proceeds from this event provide scholarships and educational activities for PCC students. 15
Alumni Awards Presented In April 2013, the PCC Alumni Relations Office held a luncheon to honor several alums for outstanding achievement and service in a profession, civic group, community affairs, and/or in service to the college. Dan Nichols was announced as the 2013 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient while Will Pack, Rosalie Hutchens, Carolina Moreno, and Elizabeth Turnage received Outstanding Alumni Award honors. Justin Smith was named the 2013 Outstanding Young Alumni recipient.
Left to Right: Karen Spruill, ‘96 Early Childhood; Cindy Hinton, ‘82 Human Services Technology; John Moore (L to(accepted R): 2013byOutstanding Alumni Awards – Will Pack, Rosalie Hutchens, Carolina Moreno,Services and his sister, Connie Corey), ‘72 Agricultural Chemistry; Taheera Blount, ‘00 Human Technology; and Krissy Johnson,Young ‘03 Human Services and ‘04 University Transfer. Elizabeth Turnage. 2013 Outstanding Alumni AwardTechnology – Justin Smith. (Not pictured: 2013
Distinguished Alumni Award – Dan Nichols)
PCC Foundation Board 2012-2013 Mr. Randy Walters
Mr. Ricky Brown
Mr. Phil Flowers
Mr. Miles Minges
Chair Owner Farmville Furniture
Chief Financial Officer, PCC
Owner Flowers and Associates, Inc. & Rock Springs Center
Key Account Manager Minges Bottling Group
Mr. Lindsey Griffin
Director, Eastern Regional Office NC Biotechnology Center
Mr. Chip Laughinghouse
Mr. Frank Cassiano, Jr. Attorney
Vice Chair Vice President Bostic Sugg Furniture
Ms. Hope Clark
Ms. Diane Waters
Ms. Jennifer Congleton
Secretary Purchasing Manager Vidant Medical Center
Director for Volunteer Services Vidant Medical Center Foundation
Ms. Vickie Jones
Mr. Don King
Mr. John Cooke
General Manager WNCT-TV
Publisher, The Daily Reflector Cooke Communications
Ms. Betty Langston
Treasurer PCC Instructor Adult General Education
Ms. Linda Lynn Tripp
PCC, Business Administration: Marketing & Retailing
Ms. Sylvia Craft Semi-Retired
Owner L.R. Griffin & Associates
Mr. James Earl Jones Banking Executive
Mr. Mark Phillips
Dr. William Rasberry Retired Dentist
Mr. Kenneth Ross Manager, Pitt County Fair Retired Highway Patrol
Mr. Donnie Skinner
Aftermarket Core Manager CopyPro
Ms. Brenda Lewis
Mr. Chris Sutton
E. R. Lewis Construction Company
Alumni Association Board Rep. ECU Police, Special Events Coordinator
Immediate Past Chair Owner Carolina Court Reporters, Inc.
Ms. Partha Daughtridge Interior Designer/Sales Consultant Daughtridge Gas
Dr. G. Dennis Massey President, PCC
Mr. Tony Tripp
Ms. Susan Q. Nobles
Mr. Paul Davenport
Rep. Marian McLawhorn
Owner Tripp’s Tire Service & NAPA Auto Parts
Executive Director, PCC Foundation VP of Institutional Advancement, PCC
Chairman, PCC Board of Trustees
Retired Educator NC House of Representatives
Mr. Mike Weeks
Ms. Vera Braswell
Owner MainStreet Promotions
Financial Services Professional New York Life
Mr. Don Brown Owner Don Brown’s Funeral Home
Mr. Billy Dunn
Mr. John Evans President Garris Evans
Mr. Melvin McLawhorn Pitt County Commissioner Corrections Officer
Owner Michael Weeks Agency and Loreta’s Frozen Yogurt
Mr. Don Mills Retired NACCO Executive
PCC FOUNDATION Financial Report Statement of Financial Position as of June 30, 2013 Assets Current Assets: Cash and Cash Equivalents Property and Equipment Equipment Software Less: Accumulated Depreciation Other Assets Pledges Receivable Total Assets
9,957.40 4,360.00 (14,317.40)
Liabilities Accounts Payable
Net Assets Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted Total Net Assets
Former Student Government Association President Derek Combs (second from left) presented the PCC Foundation with a $1,000 check in support of a scholarship he has established with the organization in memory of his grandfather, Billy Ray Combs, Sr.
$729,427.15 866,425.83 933,308.33 $2,529,161.31
Kenneth R. Ross and his wife, Phyllis, contributed $25,000 to establish an endowed scholarship with the PCC Foundation in 2012. Ross, a Foundation Board Member is shown with Raven Creech, a Nursing student, at the annual Scholarship Reception.
2012-2013 Allocations Supporting the College Scholarships & Mini Grants $278,845.10 Donations to PCC $20,240.13 Program Services $149,682.04 Total $448,767.27
PCC Foundation officials announced that family and friends of James E. Langston have established an endowed scholarship with the organization in his memory. Langston, a Winterville native, was the owner of Winterville Insurance for many years. Prior to his death in September 2012, he was actively involved with many organizations and activities that support youth in the Winterville community. Shown (l to r) are his sons Blake and Jim, wife Betty, and PCC Foundation Executive Director Susan Nobles. Friends of James Langston held a golf tournament in June to support the endowment.
Scholarships Pitt Community College Foundation Scholarships Action Auto Endowed Scholarship ALLIANCE One International Endowed Scholarship ALLTEL Scholarship American Legion Post #39 Endowed Scholarship American Legion Post #151 Veterans Memorial Fund Endowed Scholarship Roselyn Armstrong OTA Endowed Scholarship Dr. Edgar L. Boyd Memorial Scholarship Dalton D. “Skip” Bright Memorial Endowed Scholarship Captain Christopher Cash Memorial Scholarship Pat Chenier Memorial Scholarship Cherry Oaks Recreation Club Endowed Scholarship Ryan Collier Memorial Scholarship Billy R. Combs, Sr. Scholarship Paula R. Davis Memorial Endowed Scholarship Thomas Denton Memorial Scholarship Joyce Ann & Bobby Dunn Memorial Endowed Scholarship Eastern Radiologists Scholarship Edith Smith Edwards Scholarship R.O. Everett Family Scholarship Faculty Senate Scholarship J.S. Flake Memorial Endowed Scholarship Eleanor Beth Fulford Scholarship William E. Fulford, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Grady-White Boats Endowed Scholarship Graingers Scholarship Greenville New Car Dealers Endowed Scholarship Faye B. Gurganus Endowed Scholarship Hardy’s Appliance and Furniture Endowed Scholarship Sandra Harrison Scholarship Gene Hemby Endowed Scholarship Home Health & Hospice Care Endowed Scholarship Hope, Love & Cure Scholarship HORIZONS Scholarships Joan Hunter Memorial Scholarship Jane Keller Travel Abroad Endowed Scholarship Jennifer Knight Memorial Endowed Scholarship Dr. Judith W. Kuykendall Endowed Scholarship James E. Langston Memorial Endowed Scholarship
R. Dudley Miller Memorial Endowed Scholarship John F. Minges III Criminal Justice Scholarship Thomas E. Minges Memorial/Pepsi Scholarship Suellen G. Monk Endowed Scholarship Garrie Moore Outreach Endowed Scholarship Multicultural Activities Committee (MAC) Scholarship Diane Murphrey “Make It Happen” Endowed Scholarship NAWIC - National Association of Women In Construction Roxanne Nelson Memorial Scholarship Timothy Oakley Endowed Scholarship Sandra Roberts Ott Memorial Scholarship PCC Foundation Employees’ Dependents Scholarship PCC Foundation General Scholarships PCC Foundation Scholarship for Academic Excellence PCC Institutional General Scholarships PCC Student Ambassadors Scholarships PCCAEOP Scholarship PCMH Volunteer Auxiliary Endowed Scholarship Karen Perry Memorial Endowed Scholarship Piggly-Wiggly Scholarship Pitt County Electrical Contractors Association (John Payne) Scholarship President’s Scholarship Dr. Michael Priddy Scholarship Professional Construction Estimators Association Endowed Scholarship William P. “Bill” Rice Memorial Endowed Scholarship Ricks Automotive Scholarship Kenneth R. & Phyllis P. Ross Endowed Scholarship Dr. Charles E. Russell Endowed Scholarship William H. Smith Memorial Endowed Scholarship William “Bill” Russell Spencer Oncology Scholarship Barbour Strickland Fine Arts Scholarship State Employees Credit Union Scholarship Sylvia Jones Taylor Nursing Endowment University Health Systems Endowed Scholarship U.N.X./NCATS Scholarship VISIONS Scholarships Joan Warren Memorial Endowed Scholarship Wells Fargo Automotive Partnership Scholarship Danny Williams HVAC Memorial Scholarship
Pitt Community College Scholarships Baer Academic Endowed Scholarship Floyd & Hilda Boyce Nursing Endowed Scholarship James Brooks Scholarship Chick-fil-A Scholarship Philip Clark Scholarship Joseph Downing Endowed Scholarship Finch Scholarship Golden LEAF Foundation Scholarship Addie Gore Scholarship W.H. Howell Endowed Scholarship High Demand/Low Enrollment Scholarship Lloyd Huggins Memorial Scholarship
Dale Leary Endowed Scholarship NC Education Lottery Scholarship PCMH Nursing Scholarship Peace Church Endowed Scholarship James J. & Mamie Richardson Perkins Endowed Scholarship Service Roofing Endowed Scholarship Beth Butler Smithwick Memorial Scholarship Van Nortwick Endowed Scholarship Vernon E. White Endowed Scholarship Wells Fargo Scholarship Winterville High School Class of 1943 Endowed Scholarship Danny Woods Memorial Endowed Scholarship 18
PCC FOUNDATION Donors Circle of Excellence $10,000+
Eddie & Jo Allison Smith Family Foundation Ed & Joan Braswell Warren Estate Mr. Don Hicks & Mrs. Susan E. Everett Betty R. Langston Kenneth Ray & Phyllis P. Ross
Foundation Leaders $5,000 - $9,999
Dr. John T. & Nancy J. Bray Phil & Lisa Hodges Mary Virginia Langston Minges Bottling Group
Presidentâ€™s Council $2,500 - $4,999
Paul & Diana S. Davenport III Wells Fargo Eleanor (Beth) S. Fulford S.G. Wilkerson & Sons, Inc.
$1,000 - $2,499 ASMO The Clement Companies Pitt Golden K Kiwanis Club Derek Alan Combs Emily Monk Davidson Furniture Fair Felix Harvey Foundation Nickolas Bunn Boddie, Sr. & Lucy Mayo Boddie Foundation Garris-Evans Lumber Co. Greater Greenville NC Chapter 335 of NAWIC Dr. G. Dennis & Chikako S. Massey Robert T. & Suellen G. Monk, Jr. NC Association of Community College Facility Operations Dalton & Susan Quinn Nobles Greg & Heidi Parker John B. & Judy A. Roberts Dr. Charles E. & Lorraine V. Russell Marsha Thomas Williams Walter L. & Marie S. Williams
College Fellows $500 - $999
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. American Legion Pitt County 39 Allen & Wendy W. Ayscue William W. (Junior) & Laurie W. Bailey Clyn & Jennifer Barber III Hilda P. Barrow Susan S. Basnight Linda M. Boyd 19
Ricky D. Brown Mitchell W. Butts Bobby Lewis & Hope V. Clark Michael Wade Clendenen Dwight G. & Ella W. Collier Ruth S. Collier John K. & Wendy K. Cooke, Jr. Sam & Gina Cavanaugh Cox Mary F. Daniel Billy R. & Valerie T. Dunn James O. Ensor, Jr. Fanette H. Entzminger Tina L. Farmer Willard C. & Evelyn H. Finch Candace C. Frye Anthony W. Garner Charles E & Tatjana E. Goodman III Andre B. & Andrea R. Gregory Dr. Virginia D. Hardy, PhD Donald (Don) A. Heisey Dr. David & Karen Herman Mr. Todd Wade & Dr. Pamela T. Hilbert Ray & Melinda S. Howard Derek & Emma W. Hunter Von A. Jones Svetoslav Lalov & Velislava K. Karaivanova Michael L.& Holly Lyn Knight Jeff & Lynn Vaughn Lee David T. & Karen M. Lemoine William R. (Bill) & Angela K. Lewis, II Norman K. & Teresa B. Lilley David J. & Deborah K. Lusk Floyd Van & Katherine B. Madray, Jr. Sandra L. Mathis Daniel S. (Dan) & Sarah H. Mayo Judy W. McLawhorn Tabitha R. Miller Will & Donna Vick Neal, Jr. Association of Community Colleges Business Officials Richard (Rick) G. & Farrah H. Owens Helen M. Parke Amando A. & Franchine Pena Wendy Bly Perrini Jonathan & Maria A. Pharr Greenville Citizens Policy Alumni Assoc. Stephen J. & Debra A. Premo Professional Construction Estimators Assoc. Kimberly Robb Rev. Greg D. & Leslie D. Rogers Jeffery R. Rorer Michael W. & Mary L. Rothschild Herman & Ursula Simon Chris & Ashley Dews Smith American Welding Society Freida Elaine Spencer Walter G. Underwood Carol M. Walston Michael (Mike) D. Weeks Charles M. & Kimberly F. Williamson
Honor Council $250 - $499
Jeff & Patti Aldridge Jaysen Clarke Arno Patricia Ann Baldwin Guerry & Maggie Barbee BB&T Dr. David L. & Kathie A. Beckman Grady White Boats, Inc. Brian D. Bothern Kyle & Vera W. Braswell Dr. Ed B. Bright R. Tildon & Becky B. Brittle Nancy S. Bunch Deborah Parker Cannon David M. & Karen B. Carpenter Vidant Health Center Gary T. & Joanne T. Ceres Sharon G. Ceres Scott & Samantha S. Chauncey Thomas E. & Lora C. Clark Brian & Kendall Arlene Commodore Southern Bank & Trust Company Susan D. Counterman Joe & Marianne K. Cox Jim P. & Sylvia W. Craft, Jr. Robert P. Davis Kenneth & Chris Moore DeVille Byung Leeâ€™s Tae Kwon Do Keith G. & Nicole S. Drury Tommy T. & Marybeth P. Eason Gary L. & Wendy S. Evans Lonnie W. & Betty C. Foreman Betty G. Fulford Jimmy F. & Carolyn A. Garris Jean J. & Happy D. Gingras Peter Edward Gregory Richard C. Grimes Rev. Roger A. & Tommianne L. Haithcock Emily Lu Harrington Rebecca N. Harris Randy M. Horton C. Lynn & Carolyn Howard Xudong Jin Vickie L. Jones Jenni K Chris Kessler Bobby J. Lamm James Howard & Ann Brown Land Richard D. & Kay J. Lee David A. & Anita E. Martinez Kimberly Denise Mills John F. & Sarah P. Minges III Kathryn T. Minnick Morgan Printers, Inc. New York Life Insurance Co. Parker & Becky H. Overton Wesley M. Measamer, CPA PA Curt & Mary S. Paramore Physicians East Stephanie R. Posey
The PCC Foundation gratefully acknowledges the following donors for the 2012-2013 fiscal year. Dr. Donald C. & Sara Beth Fulford Rhodes Darrell & Sherry Robinson Douglas B. & Monica Saunders Kenneth A. Rogerson Insurance Services, Inc. Michael L. Shreves Jasmin L. Spain Thomas & Jamie Stanfield Jamie & Susan Gibbs Tingen Charity J. Valentine Starlette L. Vaught Charles S. & Beth B. Ward Stephen R. Whitlock
PCC Advocates $100 - $249
Patricia G. Adams Susan Tuttle Aldridge Alliance One International, Inc. Alpha Omega of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International Matt Smith & Tammy J. Atchison Ella Lanier Atkinson Philip R. Baggett Banks & Collins Investments, Inc. Megan Jean Barbre J. Mike & Marcia E. Board Janet M. Boney James M. & Stephanie P. Bowers Frank L. Bradham Sidette L. Brown William & Jane Darden Brown John R. & Kelsey Buck Drs. Austin & Wanda Bunch Tavondia W. Burdett Kenneth E. & JoAnne K. Burgdorff George T. & Judith Cerise Jim & Louise Clement Scott & Tina Lynn Clinefelter Charles Cameron & Lori Coburn Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated Dr. Rebecca S. Coker Randy Collier Ray & Jennifer King Congleton Thomas (Tommy) H. & Francine Elks Cooke, Jr. William T. Cooper, Jr. Eleanor R. Corbin Angela S. Council Roy Ted & Jeanne S. Cox Lyman Craft Jimmy M. & Kathryn A. Dail, Jr. James Marvin & Julie W. Davenport James Eric & Laura Deans Steve & Shirley E. Denton Wayland & Elaine Denton Ulla Britta S. Dittmar Valerie J. Dixon Ronald J. & Peggy C. Dunn ECVC, Inc. Shep & Debbie H. Edwards
Lisa B. Elmore Keith K. & Dorothy H. Evans James & June M. Ficklen, Jr. Robert (Robbie) B. & Jennifer F. Fulford, Jr. Kelly M. Gargiulo Robert A. Goldberg, Jr. Mary Kay Gooding Pamela Paige Gorham Jeanne K. Gray Bessaliea A. Griffin David W. & Elizabeth Woods Haddock Benjamin V. & Laura H. Hardy Ricky F. & Theresa K. Hardy Leon & Judy H. Harris William B. & Linda D. Hofler John C. & Rosalie Jacobi Hutchens Kalesha Y. James Merrill G. & Anne P. Jones III Norm & Jane H. Keller Donald M. & Michelle A. King Dr. Alfred S. & Betsy B. King Dr. Peter J. & Amy H. Kragel Marcia J. Lambert Greig S. & Beth Randalls Lane Pitt-Greenville Hot Stove League Donald (Donnie) E. & Karen Martin Lee Mack S. & Susan M. Leggett Hugh & Linda C. Leighty Wanda K. Leinweber Angelia Lightfoot Rev. Sidney A. & Carol Locks, Jr. Thomas C. & Melanie C. Lyons Matthew & Laurie Maloney David George Manning Norma E. Manning Richard Daron & Ann Denning Maready Tom K. & Cathy J. Marsh Charles C. & Joan L. Martin, Jr. Margaret H. McCaskill Richard & Marian N. McLawhorn Quality Metals Don & Boots Mills Joseph & Janet G. Mintern Nancy Monteleone Tony & Susan T. Moore Tim & Julie H. Moseley James W. Newlin OITS Division of PCC David & Dana Cole Parker Brian L. & Suzanne P. Pecheles Marcia M. Perkins Joseph L. (Joe) & Ann Perry Pete & Judy Perry Mark A. & LuAnne A. Phillips James Tim & Gail D. Pinkham Pitt County Government Dr. Steven & Melissa Powell Scott & Jane M. Power Michael D. & Susanne Sartelle Priddy Curtis C. & Ashley M. Pridmore James Ken Pridmore Jeffrey S. & Joy G. Ramey Dr. William E. & Doris Rasberry Raymond & Lois Reddrick William R. & Lisa M. Reichstein, Jr. Dianne L. Rice Richard P. & Meridith B. Rizzuti Tony & Stephanie Manley-Rook Sonji Rowsom
Karen P. Saunders W. M. (Zoot) Saunders Stephen (Steve) O. & Geneva T. Schrader, Sr. Mary Ann Sharkey Vernon G. & Jessica F. Snyder III William E. & Karen W. Speight Cecile Spence David S. & Cindy P. Spillers Charles D. & Carol R. Squires James V. & Marguerite C. Stephens Arthur B. Stevenson Thomas & Torrey Stroud Robert J. & Alison L. Stuart Suddenlink Communications William (Rusty) & Jenny Sugg Bonnie Dean Sutton Joseph A. & Olivia M. Sutton Dr. Clyde (Ray) & Vickie Taylor Jerry G. & Susie M. Taylor Dan & Lisa Thomas Bershuan T. Thompson Diane Thompson Graydon W. & Melba Rhue Tripp Tony & Gina Tripp Reardon Family Trust Mary F. Tyson Charles M. & Sandra D. Vincent Tyree Walker, Jr. Waters Carpet Center, Inc. Shakeena E. White Alice C. Williams Daniel Jarrod & Cassie E. Williamson Worth & Darlene Smith Worthington
Friends of PCC Khalid Abdelfattah Richard Edward & Lee Martin Adams Lesley Albritton William Ale Patrice E. Alexander Bobby L. & Edith C. Allen Page S. Aman Kris & Angela R. Anderson Katrina M. Ramsey Arnold Charles M. & Linda W. Asbell, Jr. Tred & Rhonda Asher Tonya Renee Atkinson Burt & Nancy B. Aycock John B. & Helen E. Aycock Syd & Gayle S. Bailey Clyn & Edna Barber Timmy Ray Barfield Thomas L. & Debra J. Barrington Alisha S. Battle Eugene Bibb & Gretchen M. Baugh III Jann Belanus Jennie Belanus Janet Blanford Terry M. & Jane Hanley Boardman Kristen Bogey Margaret (Meg) M. Boles Jerry R. & Debra K. Bowen Yuliya P. Bowen Peter & Sherrill Boyce H.J. Boyd Connally & Svitlana Branch Lynne W. Braxton
Janet D. Brewer Pam M. Brock Evelyn Spangler Brothers Tina Buck Christopher L. & Linda Carol Burti, Jr. Stephanie T. Butler Bill Caddell Clifton H. & Catherine G. Cahoon Angela H. Campbell Larry & Sylvia Diane Cannon Hunter Carnes Danny & Jill Carraway C.L. & Ellen R. Carter Jennifer J. Cartrette Charles & Yvette M. Eubanks Chauncey James (Joe) Clark Willing Workers Sunday School Class Russell Clift Paul J. & Clara L. Coburn Justin M. & Amy R. Cole Vicki Gregory Coleman Michael G. & Alma Hill Coley Dwight Collier Robert B. Collier Marty & Laura Lynne Corbett Vernon & Rosalyn Cox William B. Cox Jimmy E. & Debbie S. Creech Dr. Richard W. & Andrea R. Croskery Dr. Paul & Sydney Cunningham Mary E. Danner Carroll V. & Rhonda Dashiell, Jr. John M. & Sandra M. Daugherty Brock & Dawn Davenport Charles S. & Cathy S. Davenport S. Lawrence & Sara Davenport Alison Leigh Davis Damon T. & Tytishia P. Davis Delano C. & Gaynell B. Deans Larry C. & Sherry J. Dendy Ricky L. & Sallie C. Denny Kenneth K. & Libby Dews, Jr. William E. & Christy W. Dinkins Michael B. Dixon Phyllis Dixon Angelene R. Dixon-Green Jean Dove Anthony J. Dunn Jimmy E. & Majorie B. Dunn Robert E. & Sue D. Dupree Russell S. & Deborah B. Eaves Richard B. Eckert Ann Eleanor JoAnn L. Elkins Neil & Connie Elks Vickie P Emory John Hughes Evans Nancy W. Evans N. Clark & Elizabeth G. Everett Faith P. Fagan Laura A. Finley Ainee Fladenmuller Louis P. & Sharon E. Forrest Alvin & Kathy P. Frazier Alexander Freedman James R. & Leatrice T. Freer James R. Fulghum Lyudmila Galeyeva Edward R. & Janis E. Gallagher, Jr.
Tony Frank Gallardo Boyd & Kathy Gardner Cyndra H. Gasperini Timothy Tyler & Kim Gaylord Obie D. & Becky A. Godley Bruce E. & Debby Hines Gray Edwin & Betsy Gray Melva (Lois) Banks Gray Larry E. & Jane D. Greene Angela Griffin Terri Wilson Griffin Jeff & Belinda (Sissy) L. Grubbs Josep L. Guallar-Esteve Paul & Gayle Hager Richard W. & Joy E. Moses Hall Robert & Ann A. Hardee Dr. Pal Hargittai & Dr. Katalin Szucs Thomas Bradley Harmon Catina Clevonne Harris Cecil & Margie R. Harris, Jr. Celeste Harris Perry Harris Ronda Harris Billy & Kathryn T. Harrison Talmage L. & Barbara J. Harrison Lenora Charleston Harvey Raymond A. Heath, Jr. Hendrix-Barnhill Company Deborah B. Herring Cara N. Herrington Cynthia Michelle Hicks Myron & Kelly Kubrock Hill William (Bill) M. & Donna A. Hill Jay M. & Linda B. Hodges III Duane T. & Valentina Spencer Holder Buddy & Polly Holt Robert V. House Landon-Miles Incorprated Victor E. & JoAnne J. James, Jr. Sue Jefferson Billy J. Jenkins Mark E. & Nancy Jesmer Olga Batista Jimenez Rosemary Brown Johnson Shaun Michael Johnson Glenn & Patricia H. Johnston Stephanie D. Johnston Daphene H. Joyner Michael V. & Gail W. Joyner Sherri K. Joyner Roman & Thomasine Justice George J. & Judith G. Kasperek Alice F. Keene Helen M. Kelley Robert Kemp Claude Kennedy Tony Khoury Ralph C. & Elaine Kimel, Jr. Keith L. & Tina Locklear Knox Michael L. & Alison S. Knox Rae B. Knox Gwendolyn Knuckles Jenni Kolczynski Laurie Krasicky Steven Krasicky Drs. Tim Clark & Linda Kuhn Shirley P. Kuhn Vonderick Langley Ollie N. Langston 20
Dan L. & Betty M. le Roux Michael T. LeDoyen David & Betsy Leech Ruth J. Leggett Katheryn C. Lewis Cherry Oaks Pool & Fitness Center, LLC Rudy & Connie Lloyd Daniela Loghin Long Jamison & Morgan Long Cassie Lynn Paul Jeff & Joanna R. Majette Tony & Carolyn Scottie Mallard, Jr. Christopher Ashley Mann Beth Manning Brandon & Hannah Doughtie Manning Tammy B. Manning Jim Mantel Kimberly F. Marriner Brandy R. Maxwell Calvin J. Mayo Rebecca L. McCann Drs. William McConnell & Mary Raab McConnell Lynn E. McCormick-McDonald Dr. Bill Coco & Brooke McCray Howard G. & Eva A. McCullough Dr. Dennis G. & Patricia A. McGee Robert Earl & Sophia C. McLawhorn Sydney A. & Althea E. McNairy Chris Mees Larry & Linda R. Messer Brian P. & Jennifer M. Miller Joanne Miller Dustin T. & Pattie D. Mills Angela M. Moore April L. Moore Isaac D. & Jamelle G. Moore Jennifer Moore Ludie A. Moore Rodney & Susan Broome Moore Timmy & Kelly Diane Moore Bertha Ann Mooring Marina S. Moran William Morrisette Glenn A. Morrison Virginia L. Mosley Lila W. Moye Ronnie Moye Donald & Karen S. Mozingo William (Billy) E. Mozingo, Sr. Dr. Ronald J. & Mary W. Newton Phil & Gail P. Nichols LaTonya Evans Nixon Joyce Joyner Norville Roselyn W. Norwood Sadie P. Oates T. K. Oates Patricia Ouellette Dr. James Rufus Owens, Sr. Roanoke River Partners Gayle C. Pate Larry E. & Rebecca J. Pate Jimmy A. & Angela S. Peaden Robin S. Peaden Jennifer Peak Mary Corbett Peele Walter R. & Beth Perkins III Bobby Earl & Tara L. Perkins, Jr.
Ryan J. & Erin B. Perkins Everett Hayes & Mary Anne Peele Petteway Maria Picton Cindy W. Quinn D. Scott & Donna P. Quinn Timothy D. & Sherri H. Randall Douglas L. & Theresa R. Rawls Timothy W. & Nancy L. Ray Carl J. & Melissa D. Rees Rep Express Catherine Crooks Reynolds Bull & Ann Ritter Alejandro & Carmen C. Rodriguez Deborah (Debbie) C. Rogers Jack B. & Carolyn B. Rollins Karen M. Sabo Doris Scargle Joseph L. & JoAnn Schuhbauer Procopio & Heidi Serrano Ramon Serrano Webbâ€™s Lawn Care Service James & Sharon Shallow Eddie C. Sherrod Ralph E. & Jean H. Sherrod Johnny (Jay) H. & Kristi C. Shingleton David Shirk Kevin L. & Jessica Johnson Sides Ernest & Charlene A. Silver Stephlee Collette Simmons Donnie E. & Sue O. Skinner Larry & Mary Lee Smart Allen Coleman & Jenni Drew Smith Greg L. Smith Kenneth W. & Ludie C. Smith Lara H. Smith Lisa Ann Smith Lynn A. Smith Norris W. & Dorothy E. Smith, Jr. Robin B. Smith Wanda Manning Smith Donald R. Spell Daniel D. & Kathy K. Sprau Eddie C. & Candy Stallings John B. & Connie Stallings Daniel V. Stanford Marilyn L. Steel Richard Nelson & Beth G. Stegall Edward Vann & Amy T. Stephenson R. Michael & Cheryl Stephenson Michael Stoner Jay & Kristi L. Stott Lynn T. Stroud Jason & Krystal Sugg Christopher R. Sutton Ed Tadlock Taff Office Equipment Co. Heather Tepper Carl E. & Natasha Thompson Greg & Teresa W. Thompson Jacqueline Tucci Karen Tucci-Herron Joy C. Tucker Jamie Tyner Leonard & Jane Van Staalduinen Robert S. & Joanne (Jody) Bulow Venters Tracey S. Vines Alton C. & Cynthia L. Wadford Andrew E. & Mary Elizabeth Walker
Jeremy Thomas & Ashleigh Brooke Walker Jim & Margaret Walker Cristy B. Wallace Carlynn Warren Penny Warren Bruce E. & Robin K. Warrender Wiley M. & Carole S. Waters, Jr. Kim H. Waters Henry V. & Sandra R. Weeks Rhonda J. Wells Lee A. & Jane Whealton, Jr. Douglas Lee & Eleanor M. Willard George A. & Deborah B. Williams Robert E. & Rita Bullock Williams Bryan J. Williamson Brandy Wilson Bill & Ann Winstead Linda D. Wolfe Stephanie T. Woodley Adam Woolard Allyson Swain Woolard Wesley (Wes) M. & Wendy D. Wooten Kathy A. Worthington Max & Trish Worthington
We sincerely regret any omission or incorrect listing of any donorâ€™s name. Please contact the Foundation office at 252-493-7287 with any corrections.
IN KIND Donors Asheville Wine & Food Festival aTavola! Market Cafe Ayden Golf & Country Club Bailey’s Fine Jewelry Banfield Pet Hospital Wendy Bankoski Berry’s Creek Creations Bob Barbour Honda Bonefish Grill Stephanie Bowers Sid & Bethany Bradsher Brook Valley Country Club Bruegger’s Bagels Byung Lee’s Tae Kwon Do Carolina Pines Golf & Country Club CatPaws Pottery Charlotte Motor Speedway Cheddar’s Chick-Fil-A Chico’s Mexican Restaurant Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated COECO Office Systems County Line Creations Michael Crane Steve K. Creech Brian Culbertson Cutter Creek Golf Club Cypress Landing Golf Club Willette Darden Darlene’s Keepsakes, LLC
Doctor’s Vision Center Billy R. & Valerie T. Dunn Ronald J. & Peggy C. Dunn Duplin Winery East Carolina Bank Engravings, LLC Wendy Evans Farmville Community Arts Council Farmville Furniture Company Farmville Golf & Country Club Rob Goldberg Greenville Country Club Greenville Toyota Hair Doozy, LLC Hatteras Hammocks Hicks Frame Shop Hilton Greenville Anthony J. & Marlo Holsten Ironwood Golf & Country Club Mark Johnson James Earl & Sherry Jones Michael V. & Gail W. Joyner Kinston Country Club Krispy Kreme Betty R. Langston Lautares Jewelers, Inc. Law Office of Gregory K. James, P.A. Locavore Market Loreta’s Frozen Yogurt Mainstreet Promotions
Marlo Made It Mike Mancuso Dr. G. Dennis & Chikako S. Massey Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers Minges Bottling Group Bertha Mooring Music Academy of Eastern Carolina, Inc. Myrtle Grove Plantation Dalton & Susan Quinn Nobles Patio & Hearth Shop PCC Alumni Association PCC Bookstore Staff PCC Foundation Ryan & Erin Perkins Parker’s Barbecue PetSmart Plank Road Steakhouse Pottery By Marsha Jane Power Purple Blossom Yoga Studio Bob Ramey Rivers & Associates Roanoke River Partners Janet Roberson Robinson Jewelers, Inc. Rose’s Gymnastics Training Center RuckerJohns Shay Chilton Photography Shiloh Farm Ministry Skylight Inn Barbecue
Herbert Smith Donald Spell StarLight Café Ricky & Jan Stotesberry Taff Office Equipment Co. The Accidental Artist The Daily Reflector The Fresh Market The Fringed Benefit, LLC The Hammock Source The Mosquito Authority of Eastern NC, LLC Tingen & Co. Hair Studio William J. Tripp Tripp’s Tire Pros Two Dandy Lions, LLC Charity J. Valentine VantageSouth Bank Deborah Vick Nicholas Vick Waters Carpet Center, Inc. Which Wich Williams Jewelry Store WITN-TV WNC Magazine WNCT-TV WRNS-FM Yankee Hall Plantation Catering Your Perfect Cake
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