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celebrating 140 years of Tradition

PRESIDENT’S REPORT

THE ANNUAL REPORT FOR GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE AND THE GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE FOUNDATION INC.

2018-2019


THE PRESIDENT’S VISION STATEMENT In its Vision 2029, GMC will be a nationally recognized leader providing a character-based higher education, improving students’ personal well-being, and giving hope for a brighter future. The vision is achieved by being accessible to any student desiring a character-based college-level education, being the best two-year college in the state of Georgia and among the top five in the nation, being nationally recognized as a “best value” college, being recognized as a military friendly school, being nationally recognized in the top 10 fastest growing community colleges, being nationally recognized as a leader in the innovation and delivery of individual learning support services, being nationally recognized as a leader in the innovation of programs, and by increasing scholarship endowments to make education affordable.

CONTENTS

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Message from the President Rankings & Recognition 140 Years of Tradition and Character-Based Education Preparatory School Junior College Corps of Cadets Athletics Board and Committee Members | GMC Leadership GMC Financials Statements Message from Foundation Chairman Endowed Scholarships and Funds Lifetime Commitment Honor Roll of Donors Three Generations: Gus Pursley USNA Scholars: Rear Adm. Thomas C. Lynch, US Navy (Ret.) First-Time Donor: Wayne Mote Service Academy Prep: Lt. Gen. Jay Kelley, US Air Force (Ret.) Foundation Financial Statement

Albany | Augusta | Columbus | Dublin | Eastman | Fairburn | Fayetteville | Global Online | Madison Milledgeville | Sandersville | Stone Mountain | Valdosta | Warner Robins | Zebulon


Randall A. New Chairman, GMC Board of Trustees

Lieutenant General William B. Caldwell IV, USA (Ret.) President

Mark A. Strom Senior Vice President for Institutional Development Executive Director of The GMC Foundation

Jeannie Zipperer, J.D. Director of Staff

Sally Thrower Associate Vice President for Development

Jay Bentley Director of Communications

Jobie Shields Public Affairs Coordinator

Ravonda Bargeron Graphic Designer

Beverly Harvey Publications Specialist

Janeen Garpow Director of Development Communications

Dylan Stephens Contributing Photographer

GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS 201 EAST GREENE STREET MILLEDGEVILLE, GA 31061 (478) 387-4776 | www.gmc.edu

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Georgia Military College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and bachelor of applied science degrees.

From the PRESIDENT As we look back on the phenomenal 2018-2019 academic year at Georgia Military College, we also reflect upon the past 140 years of our history providing character-based education for generations of students. Since 1879, GMC has written an overarching student-centric story of hope, opportunity, leadership, and excellence in everything we do. The successes we celebrate today are a reflection of the work of those who came before us. For more than a century, dedicated and determined members of our GMC Family have committed their time, talent, and treasure to make a difference in the lives of our WILLIAM B. CALDWELL IV students. Today we stand on the shoulders of all LIEUTENANT GENERAL, U.S. ARMY (RET.) those who have worked tirelessly over the past 140 years to make GMC a premier educational institution. Providing students with the best facilities is an important priority. We continue to invest in the future of our students through newly built and renovated structures. In 2018, we began construction on our new Prep School Annex, along with the renovation and restoration of historic Jenkins Hall, as well as building the second phase of our GMC-Fayetteville campus. Each project was completed and ready for students in the fall of 2019. We were excited to welcome back fourth and fifth grades at our Prep School in the fall of 2018 and third grade in the fall of 2019. The additional elementary school grades were enthusiastically received by our community and classes filled quickly. We started our own traditions with our youngest students, including “High-Five Friday” held every week during morning drop-off at the Prep School Annex, where our high school students welcome the third- through fifth-graders to school; the “Bulldog Buddies Program,” where seniors are selected and partnered as “buddies” for our third-graders and have monthly programs; and our “West Gate Entrance Walk” for our new third-graders as they walk onto the GMC campus for the very first time. GMC Junior College and our redesignated Global Online Campus continue to excel in terms of student enrollment and graduation numbers. Our Dual Enrollment program and Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree programs enrolled both a higher number of students and produced more graduates than in any previous year in our history. Our Global Online Campus also had our 50th BAS graduate in the fall of 2019, with many more in the program. A key mission at GMC is to develop military leaders. We are thrilled to report the leadership and staff of our Corps of Cadets worked exceedingly hard to recruit and retain a greater number of cadets and to expand existing programs at GMC. And in the fall of 2019, we expanded our Corps of Cadets Service Academy Preparatory Program to now serve as a preparatory school for four prestigious U.S. service academies with over 40 “scholars” in our Corps. As GMC moves toward our sesquicentennial year in 2029 and beyond, we will continue to invest in the success of our students with a master plan that includes adding additional GMC Junior College campuses and expanding our existing campuses throughout Georgia. Additional athletic facilities and improvements are also included in the master plan. Strategic plans for the Prep School continue to place an emphasis on the fine arts as a powerful means to advance the character-based education it has provided students for more than a century. A proposed Fine Arts Center for Education would provide our Prep School and Junior College students a state-of-the-art educational, exhibition, and performance venue to further explore and expand on their creative endeavors. We are extremely grateful to every GMC stakeholder and friend. Each of you is a vital part of the success of GMC. You, too, have selflessly given of your time, talent, and treasure. I am honored to be part of the GMC Family as we move forward into an exciting future working together to accomplish even more for our students and the College.


JUNIOR COLLEGE

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24

best community college in Georgia

RANKINGS &

3

Associate Degree Programs

Bachelor’s Degree Programs

TheBestSchools.org

ethics across the curriculum

16,848

the Nation Best Online

# 11 in

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ASSOCIATE & BACCALAUREATE ASSOCIATE COLLEGE 2007 2017

2018-19: 1,899

THE CHRONICLE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION THE CHRONICLE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION

Total Graduates

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in the nation for

32% increase over the past five years. ____________________________

BAS PROGRAM in

Supervision and Management GMC is

for affordable online colleges

The Military Junior College of Georgia and

71%

OF GRADUATES WHO ATTEND A 4-YEAR SCHOOL CHOSE A UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA INSTITUTION

1 of 4 Military Junior Colleges in the U.S. 2018-19 Our students represented

37 states and 26 nations

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RECOGNITION

97

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PREP SCHOOL (May 2019 AP testing)

Dual Enrollment

Highest-Ever PASS RATE

program (2018-19)

for Advanced Placement

ry ta en em El

80

AP Courses

278

140 students successfully completed

636 college classes and earned

317

2,942 credit hours

High School

Middle School

Total Prep Enrollment

12

675 students 2018-2019 school year

graduated with Associate degrees

32 students from class of 2019 earned over

1.5 million

$

in scholarship monies— academic, athletic, and/or military.

Class of 2019 students

(Not including HOPE or Zell Miller scholarships.)

In four years Class of 2019 was part of

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16 State Championships.

100

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STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

GRADUATION RATE for 9th consecutive year

Class of 2019

• Boys Cross Country • Boys Soccer • Literary • Mixed Raiders • One Act Play 2018-2019 school year

Nine students earned ROTC scholarships to the college/university of their choice. One student received a direct appointment to two U.S. Service Academies.

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Middle Georgia Military and Agricultural College established.

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Doors open to 219 male and female students in grades 1-12.

1900

MGM&AC becomes Georgia Military College.

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1916

Army ROTC unit added.

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Main Barracks opens.

1922

Athletic field named Davenport Field.

1927

GMC Grammar School opens.

1934

Change to all-male student body.


140 YEARS OF TRADITION AND CHARACTER-BASED EDUCATION

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Georgia Military College was established on October 14, 1879, as a secondary branch of the University of Georgia. The institution – originally named Middle Georgia Military and Agricultural College – initially consisted of several stateowned buildings inextricably linked to Georgia history – the Old Capitol Building and the Governor’s Mansion. Since 1879, the Old Capitol Building has served as the majestic centerpiece of the Milledgeville campus and has become an iconic symbol of GMC. Through the years, the Gothic-style structure has held for GMC: classrooms for elementary, middle, high school, and college classes; science laboratories; a chapel; administrative offices; an auditorium; and an apartment for the president. The Governor’s Mansion was used by the College in the 1880s as a boarding house and barracks, where the commandant conducted white-glove inspections of cadets’ rooms. Formations were held on the south lawn, dances took place in the rotunda, and meals were served in the basement. In 1889, College trustees chose to hand over the bulk of the state-owned property, which included the Governor’s Mansion, to help establish a women’s college in Milledgeville, later to become Georgia College.

1940

Vinson Hall completed. GMC accredited by Southern Assoc. of Colleges and Schools.

1941

Wilder Hall completed.

1946

Senior ROTC division established.

1962

Cordell Events Center opens.

1965

Corps of Cadets admits first black student.

1967

Prep School enrolls first black student.

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From the early 1920s through the 1960s, GMC Prep School high school students could play on GMC Junior College intercollegiate sports teams. In the 1930s, the GMC football squad played freshman and “B” teams from four-year institutions that included the likes of University of Georgia, Auburn University, and University of South Carolina.

GMC Corps of Cadets established an Army ROTC unit in 1916. Through the years, GMC advanced its curriculum and strengthened its Military Department to work the institution’s way up to Military Junior College status in 1950. Female Army ROTC cadets were admitted to the GMC Corps of Cadets for the first time in 1975.

Between 1879 and 1931, male and female students in first through twelfth grades were taught at the GMC Preparatory School. In 1934, the school switched to an all-male student body. Female students returned in 1969. For a number of years, only eighth through twelfth grades were taught, with sixth and seventh grades reintroduced in 1987. Fourth and fifth grades returned in 2018, and third grade in 2019.

Since 1879, the GMC Prep School has upheld the motto of “developing the intellect and elevating the character” of students through its curriculum, extracurricular activities, and community outreach. Through new art programs and new art facilities, which includes a 1,428-square-foot visual arts studio in the Prep School Annex that opened in August 2019, the Prep School has placed – and will continue to place – a strong focus on the visual arts and performing arts as a means to further its character-based education mission today and well into the future.

1975

First female Army ROTC cadets admitted.

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Roxanne Renner first female Corps of Cadets battalion officer.

1979

Valdosta campus opens.

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1984

Kathy Durden - first Prep School female battalion commander.

When the College was founded, agricultural colleges that received Morrill Act land-grant funds were required by Congress to provide military training. The Corps of Cadets forefathers knew military training would also help promote good discipline, physical fitness, and a strong work ethic.

Military training provided by GMC Junior College Corps of Cadets has produced officers and enlisted personnel who have proudly served their country in every war from the Spanish-American War to the war on terrorism. GMC has never wavered from its military focus and proudly serves as one of only four military junior colleges in the nation today.

1987

Fairburn campus opens. Prep School 6th and 7th grades reintroduced.

1989

Warner Robins and Sandersville campuses open.

1990

JC football program reestablished.

1995

Madison campus opens.


GMC PRESIDENTS Dr. Walter S. Dudley (1879-1882)

O.M. Cone (1882-1883)

William Francis Cook (1883-1885)

Daniel Harvey Hill (1886-1889)

J. Colton Lynes (1889-1892)

J.C. Woodward (1892-1896)

William E. Reynolds (1896-1912)

O.R. Horton

JUNIOR COLLEGE

(1912-1917, 1920)

In addition to military training, the College was initially tasked with preparing students to be upperclassmen at the University of Georgia. At the start of the first full academic year 1880-1881, it had 73 college-level students enrolled. In 1930, a junior college division was established at GMC. Over the past 140 years, GMC Junior College has expanded its footprint significantly from a single campus in Milledgeville to 14 campuses that stretch across the state – from Stone Mountain to Valdosta – and a Global Online Campus that spans the world. Satellite GMC Junior College campuses were initially established on military bases in Georgia and out of state to exclusively serve active duty military personnel, dependents, civil servants, and veterans. Four GMC campuses – Augusta, Warner Robins, Columbus, and Valdosta – still offer classes on military bases. Off-base GMC Junior College campuses offer open enrollment for both military and nonmilitary students. GMC Junior College had a record number of 1,899 graduates for the 2018-2019 academic year. That number exceeds the previous year by almost 200 and is a 32% increase over the past five years. GMC Junior College served students from 147 of the 159 counties in Georgia. A total of 16,848 students were enrolled in 2018-2019, representing 37 states and 26 countries.

J.H. Mashburn (1917-1920)

K.T. Alfriend (1920-1922)

J.H. Haddock (1922-1923)

E.T. Holmes (1923-1928)

G.S. Roach (1928-1934)

J.H. Jenkins (1934-1950)

R.A. Thorne (1950-1968)

William H. Rodimon (1969-1971)

David L. Black (1971-1973)

Eugene Salet (1973-1985)

William P. Acker (1985-1992)

Peter J. Boylan (1992-2013)

William B. Caldwell IV (2013-Present)

1996

Columbus campus opens. Sibley-Cone Library renovation complete.

1999

Zell Miller Hall named and dedicated.

2000

Old Capitol Building restoration completed.

2001

JC Football NJCAA National Champions

2003

Craig Field dedicated.

2004

Ruark Athletic Complex dedicated.

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to provide tuition assistance for a Prep School student. Fourth consecutive year scholarship was fully endowed prior to graduation. ______________________________

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New Faculty Positions

added to support our students. 5 in Elementary 2 in High School ______________________________

GMC Prep maintained our status as a

JROTC Honor Unit with Distinction by earning 294 of 300 points for GMC Prep’s highest rating ever:

98

%

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GMC Prep students hosted by the

Royal Hospital School (RHS)

Exchange Program spent 10 days in England with many learning opportunities. This is the third consecutive year GMC Prep has participated in the program. GMC also hosted RHS Cadets for a monthlong visit in Milledgeville. ______________________________

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ROTC Scholarships awarded to Prep seniors in the past 5 years.

PREPARATORY SCHOOL Prep School Annex and Jenkins Hall

Literary and Theater State Titles

Elementary school students at GMC Prep School are now housed in the new Prep School Annex and in the fully restored historic Jenkins Hall, both opened during the 2019-2020 school year. The Prep School Annex features a 1,428-square-foot visual arts studio and a cafetorium with a sizable stage. Jenkins Hall holds classrooms and a recreational room for P.E. classes.

The GMC Prep School literary team won its fifth consecutive state championship and theater students won their fourth state championship in the past six years – both during the 2018-2019 school year.

GMC and its architect worked with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Historic Preservation Division to determine the proper steps needed to completely restore Jenkins Hall. The historic structure was restored to its original 10-classroom floor plan and exterior appearance just as it had when it first opened in 1927. The 24,000-square-foot Prep School Annex is connected to Jenkins Hall; together they hold third through fifth grades. On the first day of classes in August 2019, the Prep School had a record number of students and faculty – with a total of 751 students and 58 faculty members.

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GMC Prep School theater students won the 2018 GHSA One Act Play Class A Public State Championship with their performance of the comedy romp “9 to 5: The Musical.” Junior Madison Sloan also won Best Actress for her role as Violet Newstead in the musical. The literary team won the 2019 GHSA Literary Class A Public State Championship. In addition to the team win, GMC Prep School students won state titles in the following events: Extemporaneous Speaking/ International; Extemporaneous Speaking/ Domestic; Oral Interpretation/Humorous; Oral Interpretation/Dramatic; and Boys Quartet.


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Tocelebrate GMC’s through its fine arts programs, year to GMC’s 140th year to 140th students what we should do students what we should do are among the ways in which GMC meetand enrollment demands, clubs, andyear exhibitions. birthday, they told me theyan additional birthday, and they told meproductions, they next to celebrate GMC’s next year to celebrate GMC’s Prep School students give back class was added to both the fourth grade and Students had the opportunity to wanted to celebrate by leading wanted to celebrate by leading 140th birthday, and they told 140th birthday, and they told to the community. All theatrical the fifth grade at the start of musical theater the formation! They’re excited tothe 2019-2020 the formation! They’reperform excitedintospectacular me they wanted to celebrate me they wanted to celebrate performances and art exhibitions school 2018-2019 be here and year. eager to experience be here and eager toproductions experience during by the leading the formation! by leading the formation! are open to the public to attend and school year. “Legally Blonde: The all GMC has to offer. Seeing all GMC has to offer. Seeing They’re excited to be here and They’re excited to be here and The GMC Board of Trustees approval to add to enjoy. Students were also able to Musical” was presented by the our older students at the Prep our older students at the Prep eager to experience all GMC eager to experience all GMC third through fifth grades at the Prep School give back to the community through high schoolers, “Madagascar: The Schoolallows and the Junior College win School and Junior College win has to offer. Seeing our older has to offer. Seeing our older elementary program to dovetail the arts thanks to the Prep School’s Musical” by the middle schoolers, and state and national championships state and national championships students at the Prep School students at the Prep School nicely with the restructured county public partnerships with local nonprofits and “Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr.” by the in activities like literary, theatre, in activities like literary, theatre, and Junior College win state and Junior College win state school system that now has K-2 primary other organizations for exhibitions elementary school students. JROTC, and athletics makes them JROTC, and athletics makes them and national championships in and national championships in schools. and events. envision big successes in their envision big successes in their activities like literary, theatre, activities like literary, theatre, The Prep School Visual Arts Program During the 2018-2019 school year, fourthfuture, and our faculty and staff are future, and our faculty offers and staff are JROTC, and athletics makes JROTC, and athletics makes art classes and art clubs for and fifth-grade students participated in a excited and ready to help facilitate excited and ready to help facilitate them them envision big successes students to tap into andenvision to hone big successes number of academic and extracurricular those successes. those successes. in their future, and our faculty in their future, and our faculty their artistic talents. In the 2018activities. The youngest students also had and staff are excited and and staff are excited and 2019 of school I couldn’t be more to proud of our I couldn’t our year, students’ artwork opportunities interact with Prep School be more proud ready to help facilitate those ready to help facilitate those showcased first elementary school classes in first elementary schoolwas classes in in school, local, high schoolers thanks to programs such as successes. successes. and regional 80 years, and Buddies I’m excited the third-graders 80 years, and I’m excited for the fine arts exhibits, with Bulldog that for paired placing second and be third in proud of opportunity to share with ourcards,opportunity to sharestudents with our I couldn’t more I couldn’t be more proud of with seniors to share letters, gifts, an area photography contest. Students youngand people the treasured values young people the treasured values our first elementary school our first elementary school friendships.

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as well as deployed and serving overseas ______________________________

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PROGRAMS

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Student to Faculty Ratio Fall 2018

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JUNIOR COLLEGE BAS Degree Milestone

Dual Enrollment Record

During the 2018-2019 academic year, the number of Bachelor of Applied Science graduates increased by 80% over the previous year. The GMC-Warner Robins and GMC-Albany campuses each had their first BAS graduate in 2018-2019. At the end of the 2019 Fall 1 Term, GMC Junior College marked a milestone in its BAS program by celebrating its 50th graduate.

The number of Dual Enrollment students increased by 18% over the previous year to 4,042 for the 2018-2019 academic year. Dual Enrollment also had a record number of 179 graduate for the year. GMC Junior College partners with 140 high schools in Georgia for its Dual Enrollment program that offers in-seat and online options. The program gives Georgia students in ninth through twelfth grades the opportunity to earn a high school diploma and an associate degree at the same time.

Industry needs, market demand, and students’ interests continue to influence and shape the curriculum at GMC Junior College. Since 2015, GMC has added three Bachelor of Applied Science degree programs – Business Management; Supervision and Management; and Supply Chain Management and Logistics. The BAS degree programs at GMC allow graduates with an Associate of Applied Science or an Associate of Applied Technology degree the opportunity to advance their education and to further their career. GMC has articulation agreements with 19 technical colleges to help ease the credit transfer process for students entering a BAS degree program at GMC.

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Global Online Campus GMC launched its online campus in 2011. It was redesignated as the Global Online Campus in 2019 with a renewed focus to provide an affordable and accessible program to active duty military, veterans, and their families. Additionally, for the first time, the Global Online Campus is also actively seeking to expand opportunities beyond Georgia. To further assist online students, the GMC Global


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They’re excited to me they wanted to celebrate me they wanted to celebrate the academic year, which included the The number of online Bachelor of the GMC-Fayetteville campus has be here and eager to experience be here and eager to experience by leading the formation! by leading the formation! Milledgeville and Valdosta campuses Applied Science graduates increased experienced significant growth in all GMC has to offer. Seeing all GMC has to offer. Seeing They’re excited to be here and They’re excited to be here and recognizing National Law Enforcement by 80% in 2018-2019 over the previous enrollment, an expansion of its academic our older students at the Prep our older students at the Prep eager to experience all GMC eager to experience all GMC Appreciation Day. academic year. Additionally, the and degree programs, and an increase SchoolGMC and Global JuniorOnline College win School and Junior College win has to offer. Seeing our older has to offer. Seeing our older Campus was in staff and full-time faculty. Fayette Phi Theta Kappa students at the GMCstate and national state and national championships students at the Prep School students at the Prep School ranked amongchampionships the Top 15 Best Online County is home to a variety of growing Columbus campus collected pillows and in activities like literary, theatre, in activities like literary, theatre, and Junior College win state and Junior College win state Bachelor’s Degrees in Georgia for 2020, industries that includes health-care and towels for a local women and children’s JROTC, and athletics makes them JROTC, and athletics makes them and national championships in and national championships in a list that also includes four-year senior a major international film studio. shelter. The Office of Student Activities envision big successes in their envision big successes in their activities like literary, theatre, activities like literary, theatre, universities. in Milledgeville sent 20 care packages to future, and our faculty and staff are future, and our faculty and staff are JROTC, and athletics makes JROTC, and athletics makes alumni serving overseas. GMC students, Community Outreach excited and ready to help facilitate excited and ready to help facilitate them envision big successes them envision big successes faculty, and staff also established and GMC-Fayetteville Addition those successes. those successes. A number of GMC Junior in their future, and our faculty in their future, and our faculty College funded various scholarships to support and staff are excited and and staff are excited and The GMC-Fayetteville campus held a campuses, including Milledgeville and I couldn’t be more proud of our I couldn’t be more proud of our students. For example, GMC-Augusta ready to help facilitate those ready to help facilitate those grand opening in August 2019 for its Warner Robins, hosted blood drives first elementary school classes in first elementary school classes in raised almost $6,000 on Georgia Gives successes. successes. 11,000-square-foot addition, marking a during the 2018-2019 academic year. 80 years, and I’m excited for the 80 years, and I’m excited for the Day 2018 to go toward the Augusta momentous milestone in its four-year The GMC-Warner Robins campus also for of opportunity to share with our opportunity to share with our I couldn’t be more proud Endowment/Scholarship of I couldn’t be moreFund proud new construction hosted a health fair andour a mobile students. younghistory. people The the treasured values adds young people the treasured values first food elementary school our first elementary school

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Cadets Received Appointments to U.S. Coast Guard Academy (140th Corps of Cadets) ______________________________

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Service Academy Preparatory Scholars Entered Fall 2019

COAST GUARD - 21 ARMY - 9 NAVY - 6 AIR FORCE - 5 SELF-PREP - 4 ______________________________

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Earned Academic Honors President’s List: 21 Dean’s LIst: 21

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CORPS OF CADETS Service Academy Preparatory Program The GMC Corps of Cadets 10-month-long Service Academy Preparatory Program maintained a 100% retention rate during the 2018-2019 academic year. Instead of the usual 18 maximum credit hours required each term, prep scholars must take a minimum of 24 in a rigorous program of study that focuses on STEM courses. They also endure a daily schedule of physical training and spend time helping others through community service. In August 2019, the GMC Corps of Cadets welcomed two additions to its Service Academy Preparatory Program – the U.S. Naval Academy and the U.S. Air Force Academy – along with a record number of 45 prep scholars. The new service academies join the U.S. Military Academy and U.S. Coast Guard Academy prep programs already established and successful at GMC.

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New Scholarship Tradition The 140th Corps of Cadets began a new tradition during the 2018-2019 academic year as the first class to create and endow a scholarship. Cadets worked hard from concept to completion to raise the $25,000 needed to establish the 140th Corps of Cadets Scholarship. Funds from the 140th Corps of Cadets Scholarship will go toward supporting future classes of GMC Junior College cadets. Members of the 140th Corps of Cadets can continue to contribute to the scholarship as alumni. Shortly after the 2019-2020 academic year started, the 141st Corps of Cadets leadership team began the process of establishing an endowed scholarship.

First Self-Prep Appointed to USCGA Cadet Hayden Hendricks became the first self-prep in the GMC Corps of Cadets Service Academy Preparatory Program to receive an appointment to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. Upon successfully completing the program during the 2018-2019 academic year, Hendricks earned an appointment to attend the USCGA, starting in July 2019.


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Chorus,byanother Junior fine arts be here and eagerprogram to experience to experience leading the formation! leading theCollege formation! adventure training and aby Leadership the 10-month ranked No.be 1 inhere and eager extracurricular group. all GMC has to offer. Seeing all GMC has to offer. Seeing They’re excited to be here and They’re excited to be here and Reaction Course. military training and No. 2 in academics our among older students at the Prep our older students at the Prep eager to experience all GMC eager to experience all GMC all USCGA scholars and self-prep Every year, the Glee Club travels to School and at Junior School and Junior College win has to offer. Seeing our older has City to offer. Seeing ournights older scholars GMC.College win New York to spend three Glee Club Record Year state and national championships state and national championships students at the Prep School students Broadway at the Prep School there attending shows and a In fall 2019, the Glee Club at the GMC in activities like literary, theatre, in activities like literary, theatre, and Junior College win state and Junior College win Corps Community Service workshop presented by someonestate from Milledgeville a record JROTC, and athletics makes them JROTC, and athletics makes campus them had and national championshipsaincurrent and national championships inthe Broadway production. For GMC Corps of Cadets provided number of in 22 members join following envision big successes in their envision big successes their activities like literary, theatre, activities like literary, theatre, 2018-2019 academic year, a member 1,277 hours of community service in two days ofstaff auditions 170 cadets. future, and our faculty and staff are future, and our faculty and are byJROTC, andThe athletics makes JROTC, athletics makes of the “The Lion and King” production Milledgeville and the surrounding area Junior College fine arts extracurricular excited and ready to help facilitate excited and ready to help facilitate them envision big successes themClub envision big asuccesses taught Glee members song and during the 2018-2019 academic year. Corpsand our faculty those successes. those successes.club is open exclusively to in GMC their future, in their future, and our faculty choreography taken directly from the Cadets volunteered at local nonprofits of Cadets male cadets. Glee Club and staff are excited and and staff are excited and Tony Award-winning Disney musical. I couldn’t be more proud of our I couldn’t be more proud of our and organizations, and planned members must maintainready a 2.5 or tohigher help facilitate those ready to participated help facilitate Afterward, they in athose first and elementary school classes in first elementary school classes in completed projects for various GPA and meet other requirements in successes. successes. question-and-answer session. 80 years, and I’m in excited for theBaldwin 80 years, and I’m excited for the municipalities and around order to stay active with the performing opportunity opportunity to share with our I couldn’t be more proud of I couldn’t be more proud of County. to share with our group throughout the academic year. young people the treasured values young people the treasured values our first elementary school our first elementary school

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Prep School Multiple State Titles Three GMC Prep School teams won state titles during the 2018-2019 school year – boys cross country, boys soccer, and Mixed Raider. The varsity boys cross country team won the 2018 GHSA Cross Country Class A Public Boys State Championship. The team has won the state title three years in a row and five times in the past seven years. The Mixed Raider team won the 2018

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Georgia JROTC State Raider Championship by winning four out of the five events at the meet – 5K team run, rope bridge, cross country rescue, and raider fitness test. The team has captured the state title for three consecutive years. The GMC Prep School boys soccer team made school history by winning their first-ever GHSA Class A Public Area 2 Championship and advancing to win the 2019 GHSA Class A Public Boys State Soccer Championship.

Junior College Football Team Doughboy Classic The GMC Junior College football team traveled to Columbus in September 2019 to play in their first-ever Doughboy Classic held at the historic Doughboy Stadium on Fort Benning. The Bulldogs defeated the College of DuPage, 59-12, in the Military Appreciation game. Former Auburn University football head coach and former Fort Benning Doughboy player, Pat Dye, did the coin toss to start the game. Prior to kickoff, members of the GMC Corps of Cadets provided the color guard and dozens of cadets lined the field for the GMC players’ entrance.


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Junior College Men’s Golf - NJCAA Division III Champions The GMC Junior College men’s golf team won the 2019 NJCAA Division III Men’s Golf Championship, a four-day event held at Chautauqua Golf Course in Chautauqua, New York. It was the GMC team’s second national title in three years and third overall.

Three players on the team made NJCAA Division III Men’s Golf All-American: Dusty Watts, First Team at No. 2; Luke Ninneman, First Team at No 6; and Austin Quillian, Honorable Mention at No. 18.

Junior College Women’s Golf Post-Season Play Members of the inaugural GMC Junior College women’s golf team advanced to compete as individual player entries in the 2019 NJCAA Women’s Golf Championship held at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Florida. GMC’s Isabella Samples finished in the Top 75 scorers for the event.

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GMC BOARD OF TRUSTEES Mr. Randall A. New HS’71, JC’73 Chairman Mr. George Hogan Sr. Vice Chairman Ms. Doris Renfroe, JC’77 Secretary/Treasurer Mr. Mike Cobb Honorable Mary Parham Copelan Rev. Tony Fraley Mr. Ken Vance LtGen William B. Caldwell IV, USA (Ret.), President of Georgia Military College Ex Officio Member ___________________________

GMC FOUNDATION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Mr. Dudley Rowe Chairman Mrs. Teri White Finance Chairman

COL Thomas G. Torrance, USA (Ret.) HS’74 President

Mrs. Barb Rion Development Chair

LTC Mike Perez, USA (Ret.) HS’73 Vice President

Mr. David Grant HS’72, JC’74 Secretary/Treasurer

Ms. Hali Minter HS’11 Secretary

Mr. Merritt Massey Rules and Nominations Chairman

Mr. Craig Portwood Director of Alumni & Community Engagement

Mr. Mike Couch HS’71, JC’73 Real Property Chairman Mr. Mark A. Strom Senior Vice President for Institutional Development Executive Director of The GMC Foundation Ex Officio Member LtGen William B. Caldwell IV, USA (Ret.), President of Georgia Military College Ex Officio Member

Mr. Mark A. Strom Senior Vice President for Institutional Development Executive Director of The GMC Foundation Ex Officio Member LtGen William B. Caldwell IV, USA (Ret.), President of Georgia Military College Ex Officio Member ___________________________

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Usery Hall dedicated.

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Stone Mountain campus opens. Online campus is established.

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The Kidd Health and Wellness Center opens.

2015 2015

Dublin and Fayetteville campuses open.

Junior College adds Bachelor of Applied Science degree.


PRESIDENT

VICE PRESIDENTS AND SENIOR STAFF

LtGen William B. Caldwell IV, USA (Ret.)

COL Nelson Kraft, USA (Ret.) Executive Director, Milledgeville Campus

Mr. Ted Ramsdell

Mr. Jeff Gray Vice President for Engineering Services

PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP TEAM

Ms. Shana Reid

Mr. Jody Yearwood Vice President for Information Technology

Mrs. Jill Robbins

BG Curt Rauhut, USA (Ret.)

Vice President for Human Resources

Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer

Mr. Bert Williams

Senior Vice President and Chief Academic Officer; Dean of Faculty

Executive Director, Augusta and Sandersville Campuses

Ms. Billie Washburn Executive Director, Valdosta Campus

Junior College Athletic Director and Head Football Coach

Dr. Mike Holmes

Executive Director, Warner Robins, Dublin and Eastman Campuses

Mr. Jody Yearwood Executive Director, Global Online Campus

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Dr. Susan Issac Vice President for Institutional Research and Effectiveness

COL Jim Watkins, USA (Ret.) Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

COL Steven Pitt, USA (Ret.),

Senior Vice President and Chief Institutional Development Officer

Mr. Jay Bentley

Executive Director of The GMC Foundation

COL Pamela H. Grant

Extension Center Director, Stone Mountain Campus

Mr. Jeff Berke

Director of Communications

Dr. Jeannie Zipperer Director of Staff ___________________________

Extension Center Director, Madison Campus

Ms. Janis Anderson

Commandant of Cadets and Dean of Students

Mr. Mark A. Strom

Ms. Leigh Aldhizer

Extension Center Director, Sandersville Campus

Principal of Preparatory School

Ms. Latonya Holmes

LTC Casey Geist

Extension Center Director, Zebulon Campus

Professor of Military Science

Ms. Melanie King

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Extension Center Director, Albany Campus

Ms. Priscilla Smith Extension Center Director, Dublin Campus

CAMPUS DIRECTORS

Mr. Erik J. Walton Extension Center Director, Eastman Campus

Ms. Holly Arnold, JC’04 Executive Director, Columbus Campus

BG Scott Donahue, USA (Ret.)

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Prep School reintroduces 4th and 5th grades.

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Albany and Zebulon campuses open.

2019

Junior College online program becomes Global Online Campus.

2019

Prep School Annex completed and Jenkins Hall renovated. Addition of 3rd grade.

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FINANCIALREPORTS

JUNE 30, 2019

STATEMENT OF NET POSITION

ASSETS Current Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents $ 14,223,498.25 Accounts Receivable, Net Federal Financial Assistance 17,730.31 Other 6,296,881.45 Prepaid Items 4,376.29 Inventories 2,254,480.21

Total Current Assets 22,796,966.51 Noncurrent Assets Capital Assets Land & Land Improvements 681,165.84 Construction In Progress 2,495,859.44 Bldg & Bldg Improvements 95,719,800.04 Improvements Other Than Bldg 4,501,205.31 Equipment 8,943,942.21 Library Collections 4,618,710.65 Accumulated Depreciation Bldg & Bldg Improvements -28,560,373.48 Improvements Other Than Bldg -3,000,548.33 Equipment -4,983,219.76 Library Collections -3,374,549.88 E B R AT I N G E L

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Total Assets 99,838,958.55 Deferred Outflows of Resources Deferred Loss on Defined Benefit Pension Plan 10,371,590.56 Deferred Loss- Other Post Employment Benefits 6,497,383.00 Total Deferred Outflows of Resources 16,868,973.56

LIABILITIES Current Liabilities Salaries Payable 915,129.32 Accounts Payable 2,921,881.35 Deferred Revenue 3,715,484.39 Compensated Absences 577,810.00 Notes Payable 236,053.61

Total Current Liabilities 8,366,358.67 Noncurrent Liabilities Net Pension Liability 34,822,148.00 Other Post Employment Benefits Liability 27,234,179.00 Notes Payable 2,142,641.01 Total Noncurrent Liabilities

64,198,968.01

Total Liabilities 72,565,326.68 Deferred Inflows of Resources Deferred Gain on Defined Benefit Pension Plan 2,138,641.00 Deferred Gain- Other Post Employment Benefits 5,246,548.00

Total Deferred Inflows from Resources

7,385,189.00

NET ASSETS

Invested in Capital Assets, Net of Related Debt 74,663,297.42 Unrestricted -37,905,880.99 Total Net Position

$ 36,757,416.43 Complete audit reports are available at www.audits.ga.gov

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GEORGIAMILITARYCOLLEGE

JUNE 30, 2019

STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENSES, AND CHANGES IN NET POSITION

OPERATING REVENUES

Student Tuition and Fees

$ 60,455,921.55

Less: Sponsored Scholarships -31,649,621.49

Grants and Contracts Federal 4,135,638.38 State 25,018,186.74 Nongovernmental 219,476.43 Auxiliary Enterprises Housing 662,585.00 Bookstore 4,957,607.21 Food Service 1,677,716.95 Athletics 270,023.70 Other 8,250.00 Other Operating Revenues 796,825.79 Total Operating Revenues 66,552,610.26

Salaries Faculty 15,640,627.23 Staff 17,897,150.86 Employee Benefits- (Pension Expense) 10,932,229.64 Other Post Employment Benefit Expense 976,913.00 Travel 283,658.95 Scholarships and Fellowships 8,303,781.01 Utilities 2,089,072.18 Supplies and Other Services 21,767,923.11 Depreciation 3,844,371.13 Total Operating Expenses 81,735,727.11 Operating Income (Loss) -15,183,116.85

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Income Before Other Revenues, Expenses, Gains, or Loss 2,660,011.43

CAPITAL CONTRIBUTIONS

Capital Grants and Gifts 0.00 Total Capital Contributions 0.00 Increase/(Decrease) in Net Assets 2,660,011.43

Net Assets - Beginning of Year 34,097,405.00 Net Assets - End of Year $ 36,757,416.43

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From the FOUNDATION CHAIRMAN The Georgia Military College Foundation Inc. exists to support Georgia Military College as it strives to meet its mission of producing educated citizens and contributing members of society. Through the generosity of our alumni and friends, the Foundation supports the hopes, dreams, and aspirations of GMC students, ensuring that they have DUDLEY ROWE every opportunity to succeed in Chairman life. Within these halls, EVERY THE GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE FOUNDATION student has the opportunity to develop their intellect in an environment that also elevates their character. This focus on character education is what we believe sets GMC apart. I am pleased to report that the Foundation has never been in a stronger position to support this vital mission of educating men and women of character. Our most recent fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, saw continued double-digit growth in operating revenue and disbursements to the College, and a 25% year-over-year increase in overall net assets. Through gifts, prudent investment strategies, and strong management and board oversight, the Foundation has experienced unprecedented growth over the last five years. Because of you, the total net assets of the Foundation is up from $14.5m in fiscal year 2015 to $29.4m in fiscal year 2019, an increase of 100%! An outstanding Foundation Board of Trustees, and dedicated College leadership, along with a team of development professionals has overseen much of this significant progress. While we have grown the endowment, we have also increased disbursement to the students by 13%, thereby awarding $688,000. Your investment in this institution is an investment in hope, opportunity, excellence, and leadership. It is an investment in an education grounded in the character and the values of Duty, Honor, and Country. When you invest in GMC, you are investing in our future. Thank you for your interest in The Georgia Military College Foundation, and for your continuing commitment to GMC.

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OUR FUNDS and DONORS

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ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS and FUNDS

SCHOLARSHIPS 140 Corps of Cadets Endowed Scholarship Abe & Celia Goldstein Memorial Scholarship Fund Academic Endowed Scholarship Alan B. Sibley Library Chair Allen and Martha Shealy Scholarship Fund Alterra Networks Scholarship (Dublin) Alumni Endowed Scholarship Athletic Scholarship Fund Bailey Watkins Scholarship Fund Bert and Cathy Williams Athletic Scholarship Bettie Zachary Farr Scholarship BG Curt Alan Rauhut Scholarship Fund BG Rock Donahue Veteran and Family Service Scholarship Bill and Ruth Hartman Athletic Education Fund Bug House Prosperi Scholarship Build One Another Up Endowment Butts Cordell Education Fund Charles B. Hodges, Jr. Library Book Fund Charles W. and Virginia B. Ennis Fund Charles Whitfield Scholarship Charlotte M. and Albert F. Gandy Scholarship Fund Class of 2014 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2015 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2016 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2017 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2018 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2019 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2020 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2021 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2022 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2023 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2024 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2025 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2026 Endowed Scholarhsip Class of 2027 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2029 Endowed Scholarship Class of 2032 Endowed Scholarship COL David Snodgrass Endowment (Columbus) COL William M. Kemp Scholarship Endowment College Cadet Endowed Scholarhsip Cpl. Victor Mark Prevatt, U.S.M.C. Endowment CPT Ibrahim Tantawi Scholarship CPT Jeremy Haynes Scholarship Custis N. Proctor Memorial Scholarship

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The Georgia Military College Foundation gratefully acknowledges the generosity of donors to the following funds that are either building toward endowment or fully endowed, with individual market values of $25,000 to more than $1.5 million each. An endowed fund represents a “perpetual gift.” Income from the invested fund is used to fulfill the intended purpose, and any income in excess of the award is returned to the principal to grow the fund. An investment of $25,000 will establish an endowed fund and may be completed over a five-year period.

Dr. George Echols Endowed Scholarship E. J. Grassmann Scientific Endowment (Junior College) Felix D. Powell Memorial Endowment Frank C. and Dorothy K. Davis Endowed Scholarship Friends of GMC Scholarship (Valdosta Campus) Georgia Power Scholarship Fund GMC Scholarship Endowment GMC ‘73 Endowed Scholarship GMC ‘96 Endowed Scholarship GMC Albany Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Augusta Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Columbus Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Dublin Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Eastman Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Fairburn Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Fayetteville Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Madison Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Milledgeville Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Online Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Sandersville Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Stone Mountain Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Valdosta Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Warner Robins Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Zebulon Campus Endowed Scholarship Harold and Brenda Mason Endowed Golf Fund Helen Moore Memorial Scholarship High School Class of 53 Endowment Honorable W. J. “Bill” Usery Legacy Endowment Howard H. “Bo” Callaway Scholarship Fund Hyrum W. Smith Endowment Jacob & Maxine Goldstein Endowed Scholarship Fund John A. and Louise F. Pursley, Jr. Scholarship John A. Sibley Scholarship John and Gene Williamson Endowed Scholarship John Bulow Campbell Scholarship John Stephen Robertson Scholarship Fund John Stephen Robertson School Fund John Thomas “Sonny” King Memorial Scholarship Junior College Golf Team (Women) Junior College Performing Arts Endowment Junior College Women’s Athletic Scholarship Fund L. N. “Tommy” Thompson Endowed Scholarship Larry Allen Prep Endowment Larry J. Wheat Football Scholarship Endowment Lew Cordell Endowed Scholarship Lockstep Technology Scholarship (Online)

Lonnie E. Martin Scholarship LTG William B. Caldwell, III Scholarship Major Herschel Walden Endowed Scholarship Michael Moses Endowed Scholarship Michael Stokely Endowed Scholarship Military Endowed Scholarship Milledgeville Faculty and Staff Memorial Endowed Scholarship Moore Family Fund for Faculty Enrichment Nettie Whitaker Cone Sibley Library Fund Old Capitol Guard Drill Team Commander’s Scholarship Olin B. King Endowed Scholarship Opera Cum Fidelitate Endowed Scholarship Ophelia Moore Bell Endowed Scholarship Paul Endowed Scholarship Peter J. Boylan Endowment for Ethics Prep Drill Team & Color Guard Endowed Fund Prep Football Endowed Fund Prep Middle School Wrestling Fund Prep Raider Endowed Fund Prep Rifle Team Endowed Fund Prep School Performing Arts Endowment President’s Endowment for Excellence President’s Endowment for Prep School Robert Nunn Endowed Scholarship Fund Ruark Athletic Endowment Ruth Sims Page/Alma Sims Adams Athletic Scholarship Science Chair (Prep School) Second Battalion Prep School Fund Senator Culver and Mrs. Tillie Kidd Scholarship Sikes Brothers Endowed Scholarship State Farm Scholarship for the Milledgeville Campus Strom/Tetrick Endowment for GMC Prep Scholarship Torrance Family Endowed Scholarship Unrestricted Endowment Vietnam Veterans Endowment W. J. Usery, Jr. Award Fund W. J. Usery, Jr. Scholarship Fund Walter Troutman Academic Endowed Scholarship Walter Troutman Football Endowed Scholarship William E. Robinson, IV Memorial Scholarship William P. Acker Endowment William R. “Bill” Craig Scholarship Women’s Collegiate Basketball Endowment Wright Rowe Band Endowment Bold indicates new endowments for 2018-19 fiscal year. Italics indicates endowments that have not reached $25,000.


Lifetime Giving Societies honor an exceptional group of donors who have earned a place of distinction through their commitment to Georgia Military College’s vital need for private support. It is the singular goal of lifetime giving societies to recognize in a meaningful way these donors whose generosity advances the College’s mission. The totals include all gifts received by The GMC Foundation, including documented, irrevocable planned gifts.

BENEFACTORS $1,000,000 and above Dr.* and Mrs. James E. Baugh The Robert W. Woodruff Foundation Inc. The Estate of Mr. Walter C. Troutman The Honorable and Mrs. W. J. Usery Jr.* The Usery Foundation

GOLD $250,000 and above Anonymous The Estate of Mr. Lew Cordell Frances Wood Wilson Foundation Inc. The Honorable E. Culver Kidd III Lettie Pate Evans Foundation U.S. Department of Education The Estate of Mr. Goodloe H. Yancey III

SILVER $100,000 and above LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV The Estate of Maxa O. Carr Century Bank and Trust

Dr. and Mrs. George Coletti Dr.* and Mrs. George L. Echols Dr.* and Mrs. John H. Ferguson Georgia Power Foundation Inc. E.J. Grassmann Trust Mr. William K. Holmes Olin B. King Foundation Dr. Kenneth Marks and Mr. Steven Rogers Mr. Harold D. and Mrs.* Brenda T. Mason The Honorable* and Mrs. Powell A. Moore NewDay USA Foundation Mr. Parnell Ruark* Mr.* and Mrs. Alan B. Sibley Mr. and Mrs. Winston H. Sibley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stern Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson Thiele Kaolin Company Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wheat Mr. and Mrs. John T. Williamson*

BRONZE $50,000 and above Athene Annuity and Life Company Dr. Wilbur Baugh* MG and Mrs. Peter J. Boylan, USA (Ret.) Chick-Fil-A Foundation Mr. Lee Echols and Mrs. Margaret Anthony Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fraser

LIFETIME COMMITMENT

Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Fulghum Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Gandy* Mrs. Maxine Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Goldstein* Mrs. Ellen Goodrich Imerys LTC and Mrs. James T. Kjer, USA (Ret.) Milliken & Company COL* and Mrs. Eugene A. Moore, USAF (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. William D. Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Moss National Christian Foundation Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Mr.* and Mrs. John A. Pursley Jr. Dr. John S. Robertson* Ms. Dorothy Robertson* Dudley and Jenny Rowe COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Mr. Edward L. Sibilsky Jr.* Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. David Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. William A. Stembridge Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom SunTrust Bank, Middle GA, N.A. Mrs. Betty Thompson* Mr. and Mrs. John P. Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Russ E. Walden * deceased

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Georgia Military College gratefully honors the generous support of alumni, friends, parents, faculty, and staff members, and corporate and foundation partners who made gifts to The GMC Foundation in fiscal year 2018-2019, from July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2019. Their philanthropic commitment helps sustain GMC’s position among the premier two-year colleges in the nation.

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE Membership in the President’s Circle is extended to those who make a gift of $1,500 or more annually to The GMC Foundation. The President’s Circle is comprised of an exceptional group of donors who have earned a place of distinction

PINNACLE SOCIETY ($50,000+)

The Honorable E. Culver Kidd III NewDay USA Foundation The Robert W. Woodruff Foundation Inc. The Usery Foundation The Estate of Mr. Goodloe H. Yancey III

LAFAYETTE SOCIETY ($25,000-$49,999)

Mr. Lee Echols and Mrs. Margaret Anthony Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Seymour

FOUNDERS CLUB ($10,000-$24,999)

Ed and Wendy Amerman W.L. Amos Sr. Foundation Inc. LTC and Mrs. Lawrence J. Baker Jr. (Ret.) LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Chick-Fil-A Foundation Dean and Ashley Copelan Mr. and Mrs. John T. Fickett GMC Prep Bulldog Club E.J. Grassmann Trust Olin B. King Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Martin H. Moses Mr.* and Mrs. John A. Pursley Jr. David and CC Sinclair Mrs. Karin Smith Mr. and Mrs. John P. Thornton The Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation Frances Wood Wilson Foundation Inc.

OLD CAPITOL CLUB ($5,000-$9,999)

Mrs. Beverly Bailey Dr. and Mrs. Francis W. Chandler Jr. Eugene M. Clary Foundation Mr. Jefferson Davis

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Mrs. Pauline Echols Dr.* and Mrs. John H. Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fraser Friends of GMC LLC The Geo Group Foundation Inc. Georgia Council for the Arts Mrs. Ellen Goodrich Mrs. Martha W. Goodrich Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krapf Magnolia Park SH LLC Mrs. Beverly G. Mann Dr. Kenneth Marks and Mr. Steven Rogers Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Mr and Mrs. Mike Prosperi Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance Mr.* and Mrs. Larry Torrance Mr. Reid Torrance Mr. and Mrs. Russ E. Walden

GENERALS ($1,000-$4,999)

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ahouse The Peyton Anderson Foundation Anonymous Major and Mrs. Marion C. Baggett, USAR (Ret.) Robins Financial Credit Union Century Bank and Trust Exchange Bank of Milledgeville BASF Foundation, USA Mrs. Beegee Baugh LTC and Mrs. Frank W. Baugh, USAF (Ret.) Mr. William C. Benson Blair 7IL Ranch Borden Perlman Insurance Agency Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brooks Dr. Linda A. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Brown Mr. Robert Brown Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Burchett Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm S. Burgess Jr. Butler Ford-Mercury, Honda Inc. Mr. Charles E. Campbell 20th Century Fox Television

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through their commitment to the school’s vital need for private support. It is the singular goal of the President’s Circle to recognize those donors whose remarkable generosity enhances the school’s mission. Members are guests of the president of Georgia Military College at an annual reception in their honor.

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Chapman Mike and Melanie Cobb Mr. Ned Coleman Mrs. Patsy Craig Craig-Massee Realty Drs. Robert and Anne Culberson Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie Davenport Mr. Scott and Dr. Jennifer Deason Mrs. Lauren Benson Deen Dodge County Eastman Development Authority Dr. and Mrs. Michael A. Duke Dr. Richard T. Elmore Jr. Evans Concrete, LLC Mrs. Ann Fulghum Garbutt Construction G & S Gas Service Inc. Georgia Center for Nonprofits Georgia Power-Jonesboro Mr. Geoffrey Gleaton Mrs. Maxine Goldstein Roberta and Michael Gorham Mr. Geoff Grandstaff Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grant Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gray CSM and Mrs. Steven Greer Mrs. Judith Lacksen Greer Mr. J. Edward Hall Ms. Jean C. Hall Ms. Inez Hawkins Ms. Joyce Headley Dr. and Mrs. Mike Holmes Mr. Earl B. Hunter Jr. Mr. Terry M. Johnson Jones County Sports Authority/R&S Trophies Drs. Ken and JoAnn Jones Dr. Aman Kay Mr. Doyle Kelly Dr. Salwa S. Kirbah LTC and Mrs. James T. Kjer, USA (Ret.) Lake Oconee Ladies Auxilary Dr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Laseter Mr. and Mrs. Jim Leben Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Mr. Logan Lewis

Mr. Mike Couch and Mrs. Sherri Malone Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Massey BG and Mrs. Richard L. McCabe, USA (Ret.) Major Edward J. McCaffrey Jr., USA (Ret.) BG Jonathan J. McColumn Mr. and Mrs. Joe McEver Melder Construction Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David Murray Dr. and Mrs. William G. Neely Network for Good Mr. and Mrs. B. L. New Mr. Robert Nunn Ocmulgee EMC Foundation Inc Perimeter Builders Inc. Petrelli Electric Inc. Pineland Foundation Inc. Mr. Joey Pittman Mr. and Mrs. Ben Plexico Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Portwood Mrs. Victoria Prevatt Progressive Restaurant Concepts Gus and Helen Pursley Mr. and Mrs. John G. Pursley IV Mr. Kevin Queen BG and Mrs. Curt Rauhut Mr. and Mrs. Jacinto Reyes Dr. and Mrs. C. Seth Rion Mr. and Mrs. Shane Robbins Dudley and Jenny Rowe Ms. Karen Rowell Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Rutherford Mr. Dewey D. Schade Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Schubert Ms. Lynde Schubert Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. Edward Shelor Mr. and Mrs. Winston H. Sibley COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Smith Ms. Carolyn Spivey Dr. Laurence and Mrs. Patricia Steinfeld Dr. and Mrs. James F. Strickland Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Dr. and Mrs. James L. Strom Mr. and Mrs. Isaac J. Thomas Sr. Ms. Carolyn T. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. Thompson


Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson COL and Mrs. Thomas G. Torrance, USA (Ret.) Ms. Rachel E. Torrance Dr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Torrance Mr. Phil Torrance LTC and Mrs. Steve M. Torrance Tri-County Electric Membership Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Underwood Dr. Mark V. Vail DDS Mr. and Mrs. Lu Villarreal Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watkins Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Watson Jr. MAJ Lionel A. ‘Sam’ Watson, USAF (Ret.) Mr. Shawn Welch Mr. and Mrs. Robert White Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wilkinson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bert P. Williams Dr. and Mrs. John L. Wood Mrs. Patsy B. Woods Wreaths Across America Mr. James and Dr. Elizabeth Youngblood Mr. Eddie and Dr. Jeannie Zipperer

COLONELS ($500-$999)

Anonymous ACS, Inc. Adams, Jordan & Herrington PC Advent Business Interiors Inc. All-Phase Electric Company Mr. Larry Allen Mrs. Alice Artale BASF Corp. Ms. Christie Batchelor Nathan Baugh Heating & Cooling Mrs. Anne Bayne Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Bean Mr. and Mrs. Luther K. Beason Beckham’s Used Cars Inc. Mr. Josh M. Black Mr. and Mrs. Al E. Blackburn Jr. MG and Mrs. Peter J. Boylan, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. James A. Brady III Brooks Flooring Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood F. Chandler Jr.

LTC and Mrs. Wilfred D. Clayton (Ret.) Community Foundation of Northeast Georgia The Honorable and Mrs. Henry R. Craig Eastman Rotary Club Mr. Luther D. Ennis III Exchange Club Ms. Marilyn M. Fleischer Flint EMC Mr. Brad L. Foskey Fowler-Flemister Concrete Inc. Mr. Walter F. Garvin Georgia Power Company Mr. David B. Glover GMC Football Booster Club GMC Academic Records Office Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Griffin L.L. Grimes & Son Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Harrington Harris & Company Inc. Helmsman International LLC Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hushen Mr. and Mrs. Brent Ivey Jay Jackson Legacy Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Jaco Jamieson Equipment Co. Inc. Bob and Kelly Jaworski Mrs. Ashley B. Kobbe Kroger Mrs. Faye Lacey Lake Oconee Title LLC Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larsson Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lee II Ms. Betty Little Dr. George E. Martinez Mr. Harold D. Mason LTC Richard A. Massey, USA (Ret.) Johnny Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Mobley Mr. and Mrs. Randy A. New Orange Cone Productions LLC Dr. Anne L. Patterson R & B Properties of Mid-Georgia LLC Mr. James W. Reed Sheffield Automotive Repair LLC Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Simpson Dr. and Mrs. Clifford W. Smith Jr.

Mr. Randy Sowell Mr. Montgomery E. Thorne Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower Kim Usery Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walker Mr. and Mrs. James Watkins Mr. Robert Watson Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Watson Jr. Wilkinson Used Cars, LLC Williams Funeral Home Bert Williams Camps and Combines

MAJORS ($250-$499)

Accelutech Inc. Active Minerals International LLC Mr. and Mrs. Trevor J. Addison Air Concepts of Middle Georgia Avants Food, Inc. dba Zaxby’s Bank of Eastman/Magnolia State Bank Mr. Jason Barbee Dr. Stephen Barber Robin and Ravonda Bargeron Mr. and Mrs. Keith Barlow Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bivins Blossoms Bowden Realty Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bracewell Stephen and Lisa Bradley Mr. Gregory Brown Andrew Bruton Mr. Christopher Bryan Reverend Carl Buice and Judge Hulane George Mr. Michael Burnett Mr. Charles M. Cadenhead Drs. Dan and Ann Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Leo V. Cancio Childre Nissan Inc. Church Central Baptist Church Inc. Citizens Bank Dr. and Mrs. George Coletti Mr. and Mrs. Barnie T. Collins Jr. Mr. and Ms. Christopher A. Colwell Complete Auto Care

Craig-Massee Insurance Agency Thomas D’ Abruzzo Ms. Marguerite S. Delgado Mr. Hugh O’Neall Dicks DL Consulting LLC Dreambuilt LLC Mr. Raymond F. Dubois Jr. Mrs. Amanda Elder Elite School, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Brian English Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Gandy Mr. and Mrs. Scott Garpow Mr. Sean Gillespie Mr. Fred and Dr. Joy Godin Dr. Lucy Greene MG and Mrs. Alexus G. Grynkewich HAML Fitness LLC COL Thomas W. Hanley Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hardie Dr. and Mrs. John F. Harrington Jr. Ms. Merel J. Harrison Mrs. Carolyn Herne Ms. Hope Hines COL and Mrs. John K. Holsonback, USA (Ret.) Houston County Habitat for Humanity Mr. Brian M. Humphrey Mr. Lee Ingram Institute Of Reading Development Inc. Dr. Susan Isaac Mr. and Mrs. Terry B. Ison Jr. J. C. Grant Company Mr. John A. James Mrs. Brandy Z. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Mark Johnson Joiner & Ewing Industries dba Amici Milledgeville JTF Properties LLC Harold Knowles DBA Knowles Electric COL and Mrs. Nelson Kraft, USA (Ret.) Krispy Kreme Lake Sinclair Storage LLC Lakeside Insurance Repair Law Office of Walter C. Green II LTC and Mrs. David Lewis, USA (Ret.) Ms. Carol Lipphardt Mr. and Mrs. Brian Loerzel Mr. Lee Logue

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“I am so grateful to GMC for the opportunities it gave me while in high school and the principles and standards it taught me. I am thrilled my granddaughter has the opportunity to carry on the tradition of her great-grandfather and grandfather. I love getting to experience GMC again through her eyes.” THREE GENERATIONS

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GUS PURSLEY

GMC Prep School Alumnus (HS’75)

Fowler Flemister Concrete, President/CEO GMC Foundation Board Member GMC Development Committee Member Gus Pursley is following in the footsteps of his late father, John “Big Gus” Pursley Jr. (JC’42), as both a GMC alumnus and as a longtime GMC supporter. Three generations of Pursleys have attended GMC, with the latest being a granddaughter who attends the Prep School. Gus and his wife, Helen, recently made an additional contribution by having the GMC Prep School Annex patio named for the Pursley family in honor of his parents, John and Louise Pursley.


Mr. and Mrs. Shawn B. Mahaney Mr. and Mrs. Morris Martin Mr. David Maxwell Mr. Kenneth McCullough Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Meeks Jr. Merritt Professional Carpet Cleaning Drs. Kent and Parker Middleton Milledgeville Rotary Club Milledgeville-Baldwin Chamber of Commerce Mr. and Mrs. Todd Miller The Honorable and Mrs. William T. Moore Jr. LTC and Mrs. Edward T. Moore, USA (Ret.) Moores Funeral Home Mrs. Evelyn Murphy Mrs. Valerie Osborne SGT Michael Owens II Park Hospitality Group LLC Mrs. Fran Patterson LTC and Mrs. Mike Perez, USA (Ret.) Robert Pierce COL and Mrs. Steve Pitt, USA (Ret.) Mr. Wynn C. Plowden Mr. and Mrs. Garland Riner Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robinson III Ms. Alisha Rochon Rotary Club of Stone Mountain Mr. Rafael San Inocencio Mr. Julie V. Sanders Mr. and Mrs. David Allen Simmons Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Simpson Ms. Edwina M. Simpson Sinclair Reserve Realty LLC Mr. Phillip Slates Southside Tire and Brake Mr. and Mrs. Donald Speir Stribling Law Firm, PC Mr. Larry G. Swanson Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Sykes Tangle Ridge Builders LLC T-Bones Nursery Mr. Scott Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Tooke Mr. Greg Torrance Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Tucker Twin Lakes Physical Therapy The Union Recorder Ms. Amy A. Walton Denise and Jim Wansley Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ward City of Warner Robins Mr. and Mrs. Monte C. Washburn WHB Wealth Management Group LLC Mr. Mark Weaver The Woman’s Care Center Mr. Charles W. Wright Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Yearwood

CAPTAINS ($100-$249)

A Course/Line LLC Mr. and Mrs. James E. Abbott Mr. Jackson Adams Ms. Jill Adams Mrs. Valette J. Adkins Ms. Leigh Aldhizer Dr. Christopher Alford

All Crane & Hoist Services Inc. Ms. Janis Anderson Apex Electrical Ms. Holly M. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Ashfield ATC Lock & Key, LLC Roger S. and Carol E. Austin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Aycock Mrs. Angela Bailey Dr. Adel Bakr Baldwin Body Shop Mr. Keith W. Barnett Jr. Bayne’s Army Store Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David Beasley Ms. Daniell Beckom Bedrock Mulch and Mower LTC and Mrs. Charles B. Bennett (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beverly Mr. William E. Black Ms. Marion C. Bolz Ms. Laura Booth Mr. Charles Borden Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Bowers Mrs. Allison Boyer Mr. and Mrs. James Branan Mr. Donald E. Brannon Mr. Richard H. Brinkley Jr. Mr. William H. Broach Mr. Jonathan Brookins Mrs. Suzanne Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Guerry Brooks Dr. Jennifer Duckworth Brown Mrs. Brooke Bruton Bryant Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Mr. John T. Burks Ms. Djuna Burks Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Burks C & S Body Shop Cansino Law Firm Kell Carpenter Mr. Michael Carroll Castlebridge Keep LLC CBA Of GA Mr. and Mrs. Vince Ciampa Citizens Bank of the South Mr. William C. Clark Mr. Robert M. Coleman Ms. Anne Collier Mr. and Mrs. John Collins Mrs. Amber R. Collins James Cone, Architect Corporate Studio Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Council Mr. Thomas M. Courson Mr. Stephen Coyne Dr. and Mrs. James B. Craig Jr. Noell Craig DMD, LLC Ms. Cynthia J. Craig-Wolter Mr. R.B. Crawford, Attorney At Law Mr. and Mrs. Don A. Davis Mrs. Diane Deariso Mrs. Susan M. Deason Dr. and Mrs. Roy W. Deen LTC Harry J. Dempsey, USA (Ret.) Dempster Agency Inc. Mr. Shawn Dennis Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dillard Ms. Aggie P. Dockery

COL John J. Dolac, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Dominey Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Donnelly III The Bank of Dudley Mr. and Mrs. John G. Embry Ms. Rose P. Ennis Mr. Robert E. Evans Express Imaging Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Falvey LTC and Mrs. Marvin R. Farmer, USA (Ret.) Farnsworth Insurance Inc. Dairy Queen Mrs. Sharon C. Flanagan Mr. and Mrs. Curt Flournoy Ms. Carolyn S. Fordham Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Foreman Jr. Freedom Church Mr. Robert L. Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Garrett Mr. Roger Getter Glow Salon & A Spa, LLC Mr. Broderick Godbee Mr. James Goforth Mrs. Nathalie Goodrich Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Griffin COL Patricia Griffin, USA (Ret.) Mr. Bryan Haines Mr. Rick Harding LTC Aaron Hardy Jr., USA (Ret.) Ms. Lisa Y. Hargrove COL William M. Harrington, USAF (Ret.) Ms. Marcia Hatcher Xionghui He Mr. George E. Hendricks Mrs. Robert H. Herndon Sr. Ms. Khadija L. Hill Mr. George Hogan Sr. Mr. and Mrs. David Holland III Mr. Brian Holland Mr. James L. Hoover Jr. Ms. Laura Hopkins Mr. Sam M. Hopkins Mr. Tommy Howell Mr. Steven W. Huff Mrs. Carolyn Hurt CPT Robert E. Hutchinson Ingram Industries Inc. Innovate Engineering Solutions LLC MAJ and Mrs. Robert K. Irvin, USA (Ret.) Ivey’s Tire Service Johnnie McDade Grocery Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Johns Ms. Pamela F. Johnson Mr. Robert R. Johnson Jr. Mr. Robert M. Joiner Ms. Emily W. Jones Mr. Howard C. Kaufold Jr. Ms. Mary Keating KEM Performance South LLC Kennedy Maintenance & Home Repair Mr. Bal Khadka Kids First Pediatrics LLC Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Klinck Mr. Richard Knapp Mr. Eric Kobbe Lake Country Soft Wash Mrs. Lynda L. Lamarre MSGT Richard L. Lamarre, USA (Ret.)

Mr. John D. Latham Latimer & Eady Enterprises LLC Mrs. Sharon Leverett Mrs. Tina L. Lewis Colin Litzinger Ms. Emma Long Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T. Long Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Madden Mr. Rob C. Manchester Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marbut Martin Marietta Mr. and Mrs. Dell Mason Mason Sales Mr. Jackie Maxwell Jr. Frank and Susan May Mrs. Sharon McClung COL and Mrs. Richard C. McCoy, USAF (Ret.) Keith McDonald Plumbing Inc. McGiboney Properties LLC Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKenna Ms. Melissa McKenzie Mr. Lee McLemore Joseph McMillan III Mr. and Mrs. Homer N. Meier Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Shawn C. Mercer Mr. Herbert Marshall Meyer Middle Ga Softball USSSA MidSouth Federal Credit Union Dr. Beth-Anne Miles Mr. and Mrs. Stan Mileski Military Officer Assoc. of America - Old Capitol Area Chapter Mrs. Marilyn Miller Ms. Joy Mills MKP Waxing Salon LLC Ms. Katherine Moore Mr. Gordon Y. Mosley Mr. and Mrs. Bobby C. Muggridge Dr. Kathleen M. Mullaney DDS Prof. Debra Murray Mrs. Sarah Neal Mr. Corey J. New Newcomers Club of Milledgeville Mr. Peter Newhouse Mrs. Echo Niblett Mr. Stephen M. Nicholas Norris Wheel & Brake Oconee Mechanical/Coolmax Open MRI of Milledgeville Kennedy Osborne Ms. Georgia Overman Ms. Virginia I. Owens Mr. Grover L. Page Mr. Jim Pannell Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Copelan Mr.* and Mrs. Ace Parker Parkwood Design Paschal Orthodontics Ms. Marlene Peavy Mr. David P. Peebles Ms. Tammie W. Pennington Mr. James M. Preston III Dr. William L. Proctor Quality Pawn & Sales Ms. Frances Rauschenberg Ms. Shana Reid Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds Ride On Bikes

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REAR ADM. THOMAS C. LYNCH U.S. Navy (Ret.)

“I’ve visited all of the schools that we have. But GMC, more so than any other, is focused on duty, honor, country. Focused on giving of yourself. Focused on the ideals that made this country great. Focused on developing and nurturing these young people.” USNA SCHOLARS

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USNA Foundation, Joint Compensation Committee Chairman USNA Foundation, Chairman of the Athletic and Scholarship Program USNA Distinguished Graduate NewDay U.S.A., Executive Chairman With his many varied connections to the USNA and his professional ties to GMC through the NewDay USA Foundation, retired Navy Rear Admiral Thomas Lynch knows firsthand what constitutes the ideal prep school partner for the USNA and why the GMC Corps of Cadets Service Academy Prep program met those needs perfectly. The first group of USNA scholars to choose GMC was welcomed in August 2019.


Mr. Chad C. Rogers Mr. Simon Ryan Dr. and Mrs. John E. Sallstrom Ms. Lisa R. Samples COL and Mrs. Richard Scheff Mr. and Mrs. Eric W. Schmidt Mr. Walter Schuchardt Mr. Louie Seabolt and Ms. Jane Hutterly Mr. and Mrs. Scott Seagraves Mr. Larry Sellers Serenity Physical Therapy Mr. David Sherrell Mr. Robert Paul Sherwood Mrs. Katie L. Shifflett Mr. Robert D. Sikes Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Simmons Mrs. Cynthia D. Simpson Mr. Preston Sizemore Mr. Marvin Skinner Mr. Kervin Smith Mr. and Mrs. Hal Smith Smith Communications Inc. CAPT Jared D. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Smith Smith Pools CAPT Tom Spann Ms. Nicole W. Spear Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Spiler Mrs. Jennifer G. Stasney Ms. Lucy Steele Ms. Alisa W. Stephens Dr. Carol M. Stiles Dr. Derek Stone Reverend and Mrs. William H. Stubba Ms. Amelia F. Summers Mr. Randal Teague Team Sport, Inc. Terry’s Auto Clinic Mr. Nick Teveraugh and Mrs. Sandra Menefee The Honorable and Mrs. Hugh P. Thompson Mr. Nathan Thompson Ms. Sabrina Thornton The Tint Shop Inc. Mr. Alejandro Torres Mrs. Jill Towns Triumph Group Aerospace Structures Mrs. Jennifer E. Upchurch Valdosta Family Medicine Associates P.C. Mr. Chuck Van Horn Mr. Wendell Ray Veal Veterans High School COL and Mrs. Edward Y. Walker IV Waller Family Partnership LLC Mr. Dillon L. Watkins Dr. and Mrs. Dwight Weathers Ms. Kelly Weems Mr. Jeffery C. Wells Mrs. Fielding Whipple Steve and Sharon Wiley Mr. and Mrs. John T. Wilkins Jr. Mrs. Stephanie Williams Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Williamson III Mr. Mark A. Witte Robin and Sue Wright Jessica Yearwood

ROTUNDA (up to $99)

Mrs. Elegbo Abel Ms. Leslie Adams Adrian Adams Mrs. Lekha U. Adiani Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adkinson Brock Aikens Samuel Akers Corey Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Russell Alford Billy and Sandra Allen Mrs. Tracy Allen Mr. and Mrs. Blair T. Allen-Dietrich Altera Payroll and Insurance Daniela J. Alvarez AmazonSmile Ms. Karen V. Ambellas-Cates Ms. Holly J. Amerson Mrs. Patty Anderson Mr. James Arias Ms. Tashena Armstrong Mrs. LaKeia B. Arrington Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Athanaseas Ms. Lindsey Atkinson Ms. Amber Austin Mrs. Jennifer Avery Mr. Christopher M. Babb Mr. William Bache Ms. Nancy Bacon Baldwin High School Class of 1963 Ed Barbee Ms. Teresa L. Barnes Mr. and Mrs. William R. Barnes Jr. Desiney Barnes Ms. Mattie Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Steve Barsby Ms. Debra A. Bartholomew Dr. James Baugh Mr. Wyatt J. Baugh Miss Polly Rose Baugh Ms. Franka E. Baxley Ju’Niah Beal Mr. William H. Beckerleg II Mr. James R. Bennett Mr. Jay M. Bentley Mr. Brett Bentley Mr. Carlos M. Berenguer Mr. Jeffery Berke Ms. Ann M. Bertoli MAJ David S. Bill Mrs. Jennifer Black Miss Lyssa Blair Mrs. Libby V. Blair Mr. Sherri Bloodworth Mr. Undrey M. Bostic Mr. Martin J. Bostrom Mrs. Jo Bouchillon Mr. Robert Bowes Ms. Jean G. Bowles Derek Boyd Ms. Wendy Boyer J.B. Boyette Ms. Emily Boylan Katy Bradley Mr. Lee Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bradley

Ms. Ashley Brady Mrs. Lynn Brantley Mrs. Katherine Bray Mrs. Teresa A. Broome Ms. Kalli Broome LTC and Mrs. Titus Brown Miss Ivey Brown Mr. Paul E. Brown Ms. Emma Brown Mrs. Cantress Brown Ms. Rebecca E. Brown Ms. Peniel Brown Miss Hannah C. Brown Colin Bruce Ms. Heidi C. Brumbalow Ms. Hope Buchanan Mercedes M. Buckley Mrs. Ashley Bunn Mr. and Mrs. Timothy B. Burkhalter Mr. Taylor Burks Mr. Timothy L. Burley Ms. Erica T. Butts Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Cabaniss Mallory Cagle Mr. Ben Cairns Cadet William B. Caldwell V Mrs. Elizabeth A. Camp Mr. Brandon Cantrell Mr. and Mrs. George S. Carpenter, Jr. Keyawnna Carr Ms. Rebeccah Carroll Cameron Carstarphen Mr. Christopher Cartright Mr. William D. Cason Mr. John C. Chambers, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Chambers Chambers Oil Company Ms. Beth Chandler Ms. Millie Gray Chapman Mrs. Patricia M. Childers Mr. Corneliu D. Chiorescu Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Choate MSGT Joe L. Christian Ms. Ana Ciuffetelli Ms. Ashley Clark Dr. Patricia and Mr. Alan Coates Ms. Tammy Cochran Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coggins Majestic Cola Mr. Charles R. Collins Ms. Missy Collins Reverend Charles A. Collins Jr. Ms. Maria Collins Ms. Angela Cone Tiffany Conley Jewel Connor Mr. Logan Cook Mr. Bradley J. Cooper Mr. Christopher L. Copeland Mrs. Latoya M. Costello Mr. Scott Couch Mr. and Mrs. Wade Council Mr. Julian Council Miss Millie Council Mr. Rusty Courson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Craig Ms. Joanna M. Crockett Mr. Kevin Cronin

Miss Carsen Cruey Mr. Stephen Cruise Taria Crump Mr. Cage Currie Mr. Michael B. Darley Mrs. Lisa A. Davall Mr. Morgan Davidson Ms. Brooke Davidson Mrs. Farrar Davis Mr. Larry Davis Ms. Shannon G. Davis Mr. Barry B. Davis Mr. Richard S. Davis Ms. Tosha W. Davis Mrs. Brenda K. Davis Ms. Amanda E. Davis Ms. Shanta S. Davis Kim Davis Ms. Rachal M. Davis Cassity Davis Lydia Davis Jennifer Dawson Mr. Mario C. De Laosa Jr. Miss Allie Deason Miss Josie Deason Miss Joshwelle Dela Rama Johnathan Delgado Mrs. Melody DeLoach Mr. Bruce Dempster Mr. Tom Denlinger Mrs. Rosemary B. Dennard Ms. Debra Dent Mr. Avery Denton Mr. Courtney T. Dickey Mr. Scott Dickson Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dixon Ms. Cheyanne Dixon Lyra M. Domingue Mr. Donovan Domingue LCDR Steven D. Domoslay BG and Mrs. Rock Donahue, US Army (Ret.) Ms. Tonya Dority Mr. Ross F. Douglas Ms. Yvonne Downer Mrs. Ali Duckworth Mr. Alton J. Dudley Ms. Denise Dunn Ms. Janie Dunn Miss Jessica Edwards Mr. Jason B. Ellerbee Prof. Randy Elvidge Ms. Donna H. Estes Ms. Anna Etheridge Mrs. Linda Evans Mr. and Mrs. Matt Fabian Mr. Robert Fail Mr. Mark Fairbrass Mr. Clayton Faircloth Ms. Karla Favors Mr. Daniel S. Fechner Ms. Valerie W. Fields CPT Jason R. Fischl Ms. Elvira A. Flagg Wanda Fleming Chase Flink Mr. Jeff Ford Ms. Stacey Fountain Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fountain

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“Our intention is to continue to give to GMC. Because of GMC’s willingness and efforts to see J.D. be successful, his life and legacy have been forever changed. What our family experienced during J.D.’s time at GMC, and his four years at West Point, has changed our lives as well.” FIRST-TIME DONOR

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WAYNE MOTE

Father of John David “J.D.” Mote, a GMC Junior College alumnus and first GMC football player to graduate from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point Wayne and Lori Mote became first-time donors to GMC as a way of thanking the Junior College football coaches and other leaders for taking a chance on their son, John David “J.D.” Mote (JC’19), a homeschooler with limited stats to back up his NCAA Division 1 football dream. GMC helped to make it a reality by providing the support and the pathway the freshman punter needed to enter, play D-1 football, and graduate from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.


Mr. Thaddeus Freeman Ms. Shanoca S. French Mr. Michael Fricke Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Fuchs Ms. Rebecca Fulford Ms. Kaylee B. Fuller Mr. David Fulmer CAPT Avery D. Fulp Ms. Morgan Gaither Mrs. Anna L. Garrett Mr. Charles L. Garrison Mr. and Mrs. Brent Gebel CAPT and Mrs. J. Geist Mr. Scott M. Gignilliat Mrs. Christine Giles Laura W. Gillespi Mr. Michael Gillies Marco Gillis Dr. John Gillis Ms. Kristin Girard Gouhl Mr. James Gist Mr. Russell Glover Ms. Megan L. Glover GMC Engineering Services Miss Emma Kate Godin Mr. Donald Goebel Jr. Dr. Beth Goldstein Ms. Maria D. Goodwin La’Natia Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Leo N. Gorman Ms. Vicki Grable Mr. and Mrs. Flavio Graciaa Ms. Julie Graham Ms. Summer Graham Mr. Steven M. Grant Ms. Amanda Green Jasmine Green Mr. and Mrs. David Greene Ms. Sharon L. Greene Mr. Joe D. Greene Mrs. Shanna Greene Mrs. Dawn Greene COL Kevin F. Gregory Mr. Henry Griffeth Ms. Brandyn Griffin Mr. Darryl Griffin Ms. Marquitta Griffin Grumman Retiree Club Ms. Claire M. Guitton Mr. Cody Gunderson Mr. and Mrs. James Guyton Ms. Amy Haddock Dr. Leslie C. Hafer Parks Hagan Hair Bar Eddie Hairston Mr. John F. Hall Ms. Crystal Z. Hall Ms. Vaishali Handa Ms. Holly N. Hardie Ms. Gail Harley LTC and Mrs. Harper Ms. Rebecca Harper Mr. Guy M. Harrington* Ms. Evelyn Harris Ms. Coretta C. Harris Mr. David C. Harris TSGT Sid K. Harris

Ms. Donna Harris Mr. Jack Harris Mr. William J. Harris Mr. W. Rhett Harrison Ms. Tina Harrison Ms. Beverly Harvey Mr. and Mrs. Jason Haskin Gary Hassan Ms. Lyn Hathaway Mayian Hayes Shenita Hayes Mrs. Candice Haynes Mr. Josh Heath Ms. Stacy Henderson Mr. George B. Hendricks Dr. James Hernandez Jr. Ms. Delcina Herndon Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Herrin Ms. Jennifer Herring Michael Herring Ms. Cathy J. Herring Mrs. Brittany Hickman Mr. Karl T. Hieber Jr. Ms. Frances Hildenbrand Ms. Marilyn B. Hill Taylor Hillegass Hagan Hinson Ms. Madison Hockenberry Ms. Linda Hodges Nathan Hodges Mr. John Hoffman Jr. Mrs. Donna Holder Olivia Hood Ms. Rashmi Hooda Ms. Joanne W. Hooks Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Hopper Ms. Elizabeth M. Hopson Ms. Pamela House Heather Housworth Haleigh Howell Mr. Kenneth R. Howell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Huff Ms. Anne Huffine Marlana Hufstetler Winifred Hughes Ms. Joy S. Hughes Mrs. Cheree C. Hummel Brenden Hunter Ms. Lizzie Hurst Mr. Sha’Ron E. Hurt Ms. Jennifer Hynes Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Iuliucci Dr. Marshall Ivey Mr. James R. Ivey Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ivy Ms. Dora A. Jackson Mr. Christopher Jackson Ms. Emily Jackson Mr. Christopher Jackson Lillien Jackson Zachary Jarrard Mr. Charles Jenkins Mr. Earnest C. Jenkins Mrs. Cathy L. Johnson Ms. Kyla Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson Dr. Marcus E. Johnson Jennifer Johnson

Mr. Tyrone Johnson Mr. Stevie Jones Ms. Kathleen Jones Kamden Jones Mr. Tommy C. Jones Jr. Blake Jones Keith and Melissa Jones Mr. Darrell Jones Mrs. Beth Jones Dr. and Mrs. Alan Jones Mr. Justin Jones Mrs. Shirley Jones Ms. Mauriel Joslyn Kadence Jump Sheila Keller Mrs. Joyce P. Kelly Ms. Heather L. Kelly The Honorable Brian P. Kemp Mrs. Megan Kennedy Kort Kennedy Tripp Kennedy Mr. Matthew Z. Keyes Ms. Melanie King Mr. Brad King Mr. Mick Kirkwood Ms. Julie Kitchens Amber Kitchens SFC Wayne M. Knapp, USA (Ret.) Jacilyn Knight Mrs. Knowles Zoran Konda Mr. Gerald V. Koon Ms. Jennifer Kraft Ms. April Lamback Mr. and Mrs. Bradley K. Lambert CWO-4 Ralph N. Lambert, USN Ms. Debra Lango Miss Megan E. Leben Dr. and Mrs. James E. Lee Ms. Elizabeth J. Legere Dr. Thomas Lehman Tom Lehman Mr. Lee Lewis Mr. Michael Lill Mr. Ronald Linton Crystal Lliso Aliyah Lowe Mr. Sam Loyd Reverend David Luke Mr. A. J. Lundy Ms. Aimee Lundy Mr. James Lunsford Mr. and Mrs. Matt MacCartee Mrs. Angela Madden Mr. Matthew Maestas Chloe Maiocco Miss Cecilia Maldonado Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Mangan Mrs. Carole F. Marchman Ms. Brooke Marcum Jabrena Marshall Ms. Melinda A. Martin Ms. Laura Martin Angelina Martinez Mrs. Tianna M. Marynell Dr. Brad Mathias and Ms. Hana Wood Ms. Vicki Mathis Ms. Michelle M. May

Mr. Michael McCabe Mrs. Shedina L. McCabe Ms. Carey McCallum Mr. Mack McClure Ms. Lisa G. McCollum Mr. Matt McCollum Miss Meredith McCook Mr. Phillip McCook Mr. Paul McCord Ms. Terri L. McCoy Mr. Lee McDaniel Ms. Mary McDaniel Ashley McDonald Ms. Pamela McKenzie Mrs. Jeni McLeod Mr. Raymond McNeary Mr. Will H. McNeil Mr. Harold W. McRae Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis N. McShurley Mr. Jack C. Meadows Jr. Ms. Sherry Meeks Mr. Joe Meier Ms. Laura Melton Jonathan Meyer Mr. Kilbert L. Milhollin Milledgeville Kiwanis Club Mrs. Cindy Miller Mr. and Mrs. Mark Miller Mr. Joshua D. Miller Mr. Edward Dean Mills Mr. Brian C. Milner Ms. Hali R. Minter Mrs. Nancy D. Mitchell Ms. Karen Mitchell Ms. Catherine R. Moirai Ms. Amanda L. Moncrief Ms. Jennifer Montgomery COL and Mrs. Richard C. Moody Ms. Donna Moore Mr. Timothy P. Moran Mr. and Mrs. Toby Moreau Mr. Felix C. Moring Mr. and Mrs. David Morris Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morrison Ms. Khalelah A. Mosley Ms. NaTonya Moss Ms. Anna Mullen Mrs. Suzanne Mullins Mr. Larry J. Mullis Jr. Ms. Mary Murray Ms. Jessica N. Murray Mr. Andrew Naber 1LT and Mrs. Donald Nau Mrs. Erin A. Newton Luke Ninneman Mr. and Mrs. Sean M. Nixon Ms. Nerphrita Norris Mr. Jordan Norville Rachel Odom Ms. Geraldine Odujole Maryann Okojie Old Capital Pet Care Mrs. Jennifer B. O’Leary Jordan A. Overman Mr. and Mrs. Cliff T. Owdom Tony Owen Kristina Owen Naaman Pamoja

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LT. GENERAL JAY KELLEY U.S. Air Force (Ret.)

“The Falcon Scholars are very impressed with this organization and the welcome that GMC offered them and their parents. They’re pleased to be here.” SERVICE ACADEMY PREP

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Falcon Foundation, President Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant General U.S. Air Force Academy Graduate (USAFA ’64) When the U.S. Air Force Academy and the Falcon Foundation began looking to fill several preparatory school slots in 2019, the GMC Corps of Cadets Service Academy Prep program fit in quite nicely. Falcon Foundation President and retired Air Force Lieutenant General, Jay Kelley, was the driver in making that partnership happen. GMC now serves as one of five USAFA prep schools.


COL and Mrs. Richard H. Parker (Ret.) Ms. Andrea Parker Mr. and Mrs. Chris Parkman Mr. Christopher R. Parks Ms. Judy A. Parks Mr. Lawrence Parlas Mr. Justin Paschal Ms. Thelma Paschal Mr. Andy Patel M D Patrick Engineering Evan Paulson Ms. Lena R. Pelt Mrs. Vera Pennington Dhanesha Persaud Erin Peters Mr. Timothy Peterson Mrs. Laura C. Pettus Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society Mrs. Rosemary I. Phillips Mr. John H. Pinter MAJ Tracy Pittman, USA (Ret.) Ms. Lori Pitts Ms. Lynne Piza Mr. David Pollock Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pongracz Ms. Kyshira Poole Mr. Jason Pooler Baylie M. Portwood Ms. Shenita R. Posey Ms. Cyntease Powell Ms. Kimberly M. Power Mr. Elijah Pringle Mr. Ethan Prosser Mr. William L. Prowell Mrs. Amanda Ptak Ms. April H. Purcell Gina Purvis Mr. Edwin P. Rains Jr. Ms. Kayla A. Rains Mrs. and Mr. April G. Raley Mr. Ted Ramsdell Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ratliff Mr. and Mrs. Elan Reaves Mr. Jack A. Rector Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Reder Mr. Bruce Reese Mrs. Danica N. Resha Ms. Shannon Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rice Ms. Mary Kay Rickard Ms. Kimberly Robinson Mrs. Lee Ann Robinson Mr. Ross L. Robinson Mr. Alex Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Craig Rodgers Ms. Lynnette V. Rodriguez Ms. Kerri Routsong Jonathan Rowe Mr. James B. Rowell IV Ms. Ashley Ruggiero Mr. Richard Russo Ms. Besty Rutledge Lattakka Salley Mr. and Mrs. Royce Sanders Mr. Louie Sanders Ms. Eileen Sanders Rebecca Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sandy

Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Sanford Ms. Susan Santicola Mr. and Mrs. Eddie M. Scarborough Mr. Charles V. Schoof Ms. Dominique Schwartz Ms. Phylicia Scott Ms. Kathryn Self Ms. Kelly Self Mrs. Elizabeth Self Mr. David A. Sexton Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Seymour Blair C. Seymour Mr. Mason Seymour Ms. Jessica Shaw Gregory Shedrick Mr. David Sheppard Katie Sheridan Dr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Sherman Mrs. Jobie Shields Ms. Lisa Shipp Ms. Fran Shivers Mrs. April Shoemaker Ms. Rebecca Showalter Ms. A.K. Shugart Ms. Claire Shugart Mrs. Jana Shugart Kaleb Shuman Mrs. Lori D. Siegelman Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sikes Tracy L. Simmons Ms. Cathy M. Simpkins Ms. Amber Simpson Mr. Bryan Simpson Miss Emmaline Simpson Owen B. Simpson Mr. Coswell Sims Mr. and Mrs. James Sims Mr. William P. Sinski LTC and Mrs. Dess D. Smith III, USA (Ret.) Mrs. Marian M. Smith Ms. Alice Smith Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith Carson Smith Ms. Eugenia Smith Mr. Lonzo Smith Ms. Priscilla A. Smith Ms. Renee Smith Mrs. Floydena Smith Mr. and Mrs. Kervin Smith Ms. Christina L. Smith COL Jim Solomon Ms. Deloris Somers Mr. Eric Song Southeastern Anytime Fitness LLC Mr. William Spates Mr. Robbie Spear Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Spencer Chase Springer Ms. Gloria S. Stanley Ms. Amber Staples Master Jacob Steele Miss Melinda Steele Ms. Morgan Stefanik Ms. Maribeth Stegmaier Mrs. Anne Steinmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Steinmeyer SGT Roger W. Stembridge Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stembridge

Mr. and Mrs. Dylan C. Stephens Mr. William P. Stevens Miss Vanna Ruth Stone Maggie Stople Phillip Storey Ms. Robbin C. Stretch Mr. Rodney Strother Ms. Nahla Swedan Nathan Sweigert Tattnall Square Academy Ryan Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Robert Templeton Texas Roadhouse Katelynn Thibodeau Ms. Darlene Thigpen Mr. Murali Thirumal Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Thomas Ms. Reomana R. Thomas Mr. Cypcyone Thomas Ms. Jasmine J. Thomas Jordon Thompson April Tietjen Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Tindall Mr. Matthew J. Tindall Lauren Tinsley Ms. Kami J. Tison Mr. Mark Tolbert Marliz Tolentino Mr. Ethan Tolentino Mr. Thomas G. Tompkins Mr. Anthony M. Tovar Ms. Dawn M. Traxler Mr. Gregory M. Tredore Ms. Natasha S. Tremble The Estate of Mr. Walter C. Troutman Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Trumbo Marcia Tubman Ms. Calabria Turner Amber Turner Mr. Trevor Tyus Taylor Upole Ms. Melissa B. Usry Ms. Susan Usry MAJ Todd T. Van Dine, USA (Ret.) Dr. Jennifer Van Vliet Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vance Mr. Shaun Veal Ms. Susan Veatch Avarianna Villarreal Ms. Dana Vinson Ms. Lisa A. Wagner Ms. Sherry Wagner Calvin Waldroup Ms. Cathy Walker Mr. Jerry L. Wallace Mr. Josh Price and Ms. Jaqueline Waller Mr. Erik J. Walton Dr. Mary Ward Miss Whitley Ward Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wardrup Mr. John Warner Miss Belle Warren Mrs. Ambernecia Warren Ms. Billie A. Washburn Ms. Carla Watkins Ms. Jaquanza T. Watkins Dusty Watts Mr. and Mrs. Floyd G. Watts Jr.

Mr. Dean Welch Mr. Charles Wells Ms. Constance Wesson Anna Westberry Ms. Stephanie L. Westmoreland Ms. Amy Whatley Mr. Ben Wheatley Morgan D. Wheeler Natasha M. Whidby Mr. Benjamin White Jr. Ms. Megan White Clydell White Mr. James Whitehurst Mr. James Whitlock Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilcher Jr. Michael Wilcher Mrs. Dianne Wilcox Mrs. India L. Wilcox Mr. Genna Wilkes Miss Sydney Wilkes Mr. and Mrs. Allan D. Williams II Mr. Fredie J. Williams Ms. Sharon L. Williams Katherine M. Williams Ms. Shana Williams Tanya Williams Ms. Quadirah Williamson Mr. Christopher Willox Jacie Wilson Ms. Tracie Wilson Mr. Keyvione Wilson Kimberly Winfrey Christine Winslette Mr. Eddie Wise Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wolfgang Mr. Levi Wooden Mrs. Harriet G. Workman Gage Wright Ms. Vicki R. Yates Mr. Browyn Young Mrs. Moona S. Yu Ms. Amy Zipperer

IN MEMORY MGen William P. Acker Mrs. Betty C. Baugh Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beverly Ms. Jean G. Bowles LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Dr.* and Mrs. John H. Ferguson Mrs. Maxine Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. David Grant COL Patricia Griffin, USAF (Ret.) Ms. Merel J. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Johnson Jr. Mr. Peter Newhouse Dr. Maidana Nunn COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes COL Jim Solomon Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Mr. and Mrs. Robert Templeton Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Teverbaugh Mr. and Mrs. Gary Thrower LTC and Mrs. Grady Torrance, USAR (Ret.)

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Mr. Chip Barrett Ms. Inez L. Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. Randy A. New LTC and Mrs. Grady Torrance, USAR (Ret.) Mr. Tom Bartlett LTC and Mrs. James T. Kjer, USA (Ret.) Mr. Ernest E. Bayne Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Gus and Helen Pursley Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. Thompson Bobby Blizzard Mrs. Betty C. Baugh Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. and Mrs. Randy A. New Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson LTC and Mrs. Grady Torrance, USAR (Ret.) Mrs. Pricilla C. Boone LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV M.B. Carroll III Ms. Rebeccah Carroll Bill Craig Mrs. Evelyn Murphy Dr. George L. Echols Mrs. Pauline Echols The Honorable and Mrs. Hugh P. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson Mr. William P. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. David Grant GMC Alumni - Vietnam Veterans Capt. and Mrs. Melvin T. Spann MAJ Thomas H. Greer CSM and Mrs. Steven J. Greer MG Thomas “Tug” Greer LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. Louis N. Guice Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pongracz Mr. Troylanders K. Harden Ms. Khadija L. Hill Mr. Randall L. Hattaway Mr. Larry Allen Mrs. Pauline Echols Dr.* and Mrs. John H. Ferguson Dr. Maidana Nunn Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson III Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson Mr. James L. Ivey Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips Mrs. Virginia Johnson LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. Walter Johnson LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. Alling Jones Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson III Mr. Logan Jones Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Lake Oconee Ladies Auxilary The Bank of Dudley Mr. Nathan Thompson Ms. Mary M. Jones Ms. Marion C. Bolz Mrs. Jo Bouchillon Mr. Robert E. Evans Mrs. Carolyn S. Hurt Mr. Lee McDaniel

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Mr. and Mrs. Homer N. Meier Jr. Ms. Catherine R. Moirai Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson III Dr. and Mrs. John E. Sallstrom Mrs. Katie L. Shifflett COL William M. Kemp Mr. Walter F. Garvin Mr. Charles B. Kilgore Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Dominey Ms. Grace S. King Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tindall Mrs. Brenda T. Mason Mr. Larry Allen LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Dr.* and Mrs. John H. Ferguson Ms. Merel J. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Randy A. New Dudley and Jenny Rowe Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower LTC and Mrs. Grady Torrance, USAR (Ret.) John McCain Dr. Maidana Nunn SGT Chad M. Mercer LTC and Mrs. Charles B. Bennett (Ret.) The Honorable Powell A. Moore Mrs. Betty C. Baugh Dr. Harvey Cabaniss LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. Charles E. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. George S. Carpenter Jr. Castlebridge Keep, LLC Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coggins Mr. R. B. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Don A. Davis Mr. Raymond F. Dubois Jr. Mrs. Pauline Echols Ms. Marilyn M. Fleischer Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Fuchs Mr. Roger Getter Mr. and Mrs. Leo N. Gorman Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Ms. Merel J. Harrison Ms. Inez L. Hawkins Ingram Industries Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hushen The Honorable Brian P. Kemp Kim Usery Foundation Ms. Katherine Moore Dr. Kathleen M. Mullaney DDS Dr. Maidana Nunn Mr. Jim Pannell Mr. David P. Peebles Mr. James M. Preston III Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson III Dudley and Jenny Rowe Ms. Fran Shivers COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Mr. Randal Teague Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vance Mr. Jack P. Morgan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. Edward J. Neal Mrs. Sarah Neal

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Dr. Patrick J. Neligan Ms. Inez L. Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson General Max Noah LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Dr.* and Mrs. John H. Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower Mrs. Kitty A. Paschal Gus and Helen Pursley MAJ James L. Patterson, USA (Ret.) Dr. Anne L. Patterson Mr. James E. Peugh Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. John A. Pursley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Allen Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bivins Mrs. Susan M. Deason Mrs. Lauren Benson Deen Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dillard Dreambuilt, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Larry Garrett Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grant Martin Marietta Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower LTC and Mrs. Grady Torrance, USAR (Ret.) COL and Mrs. Thomas G. Torrance, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Robert White Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Williamson III Mr. William E. Robinson IV The Honorable and Mrs. William T. Moore Jr. Mr. John W. Rogers Community Foundation of Northeast Georgia Mr. Frank Stembridge Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stembridge Miss Jill Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Derek Brooks Mr. Charles L. Strom Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Mr. Harry Tetrick Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Mrs. Phyllis M. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson Mr. Jarrell F. Tomlin Mr. Mario C. De Laosa Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Ms. Merel J. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson COL Richard Torrance Baldwin High School Class of 1963 Blair 7IL Ranch LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mrs. Thomas Greer MAJ and Mrs. Robert K. Irvin LTC and Mrs. James T. Kjer, USA (Ret.) Lazy N Farms LLC Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lee II Mr. Logan Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morrison Mr. and Mrs. David Murray Mr. Stephen M. Nicholas Petrelli Electric, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Gary Thrower Dr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Torrance

LTC and Mrs. Grady Torrance, USAR (Ret.) Mr. Greg Torrance Mr. and Mrs. Larry Torrance Mr. Phil Torrance Ms. Rachel E. Torrance LTC and Mrs. Steve M. Torrance COL and Mrs. Thomas G. Torrance, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Robert White The Honorable W. J. Usery Jr. LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Ms. Betty Walker Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson Mr. John S. Weaver Sr. Ms. Merel J. Harrison Sibley Weaver Mr. and Mrs. David Grant LTC and Mrs. Grady Torrance, USAR (Ret.) Mrs. Doris L. Wells LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. Larry J. Wheat Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Jaco Mr. Clay White Robin and Ravonda Bargeron Mr. Otis C. Woods Mrs. Patsy B. Woods

IN HONOR Mr. Brendan Beasley Mr. and Mrs. David Beasley Ms. Samantha L. Beasley Mr. and Mrs. David Beasley Mr. Anthony Bogman Ms. Marguerite S. Delgado Ms. Emily Boylan Cadet William B. Caldwell V Ms. Jenny Brown Dr. Linda A. Brown Mr. Shane Byous Mrs. Beverly Bailey Cadet Anna K. Caldwell Mrs. Beverly Bailey Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Hudson LtGen William B. Caldwell IV Mr. Murali Thirumal Cadet William B. Caldwell V LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Class of 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Brent Gebel Mr. Mike Cobb Craig-Massee Insurance Agency Craig-Massee Realty Ms. Linda Hodges McGiboney Properties LLC Miss Rylee Craft Mrs. Beverly Bailey Mrs. Diane Deariso Mr. and Mrs. Scott Garpow Miss Gabriella Garpow Mr. and Mrs. Scott Garpow GMC JC Cadets COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Miss Jessica M. Grant Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grant


COL Pamela Grant LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Ms. Jacquelynn M. Hodge Ms. Lynnette V. Rodriguez Miss Haleigh Howell Ms. Mary McDaniel Mr. William M. Kemp Mr. Brad L. Foskey The Honorable E. C. Kidd III Mr. Larry Allen Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marbut LTC James T. Kjer, USA (Ret.) COL and Mrs. Thomas G. Torrance, USA (Ret.) Lindsey Knowles Mrs. Beverly Bailey Miss Jayla Lawrence Mrs. Beverly Bailey LTC Kim Leben LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. and Mrs. Scott Garpow Byron A. Lee Mrs. Suzanne Mullins LTC David Lewis, USA (Ret.) LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mrs. Jenny Morris Mrs. Beverly Bailey LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. Randy A. New Mr. Larry Allen Mr. Jordan A. Overman Ms. Georgia Overman Miss Maggie Parkman Mrs. Laurie E. Parkman

Mr. Chase A. Rauhut BG and Mrs. Curt Rauhut Mrs. Julie Rauhut BG Curt Rauhut Mr. Paul Rauhut BG and Mrs. Curt Rauhut Mr. Matthew Rion Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larsson Dr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Rion Mrs. Jill Robbins Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Massey Mr. William E. Robinson IV Mr. and Mrs. James E. Lee II Mr. Gordon Y. Mosley Mr. Dudley Rowe LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. Charles V. Schoof Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ahouse Mr. Terry L. Schubert Ms. Lynde Schubert COL Charles D. Sikes Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sikes Ms. Sabrina Thornton Mr. Robert D. Sikes COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Miss Emmaline Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Simpson Owen B. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Simpson Mr. Steven A. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Massey Mr. Donald G. Starr, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larsson Dr. James L. Strom Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom

Mr. James W. Strom Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Mr. Mark A. Strom LTC and Mrs. Edward T. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Schubert Miss Mattison Strom Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Mrs. Patricia B. Thompson Dr. Beth Goldstein Mrs. Nathalie Goodrich LTC Grady Torrance, USAR (Ret.) Dr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Torrance COL and Mrs. Thomas G. Torrance, USA (Ret.) COL Thomas G. Torrance, USA (Ret.) LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Cadet Nikolas D. Urias BG and Mrs. Curt Rauhut Major Todd T. Van Dine, USA (Ret.) LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV MAJ James D. Walton Ms. Amy A. Walton Ms. Ruby Weathers Dr. and Mrs. Dwight R. Weathers Mrs. Cheryl Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Scott Garpow Mr. Mark Weaver Mrs. Beverly Bailey LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Miss Hailey E. Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wilkinson Jr.

MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES

Bank of America Matching Gifts Program Delta Air Lines Foundation Eaton’s Matching Gifts Program Eli Lilly and Company Foundation Exxon Mobil Matching Gift Program J.M. Huber Corporation Oracle Corporation / Benevity Causes State Farm Foundation

GIFT-IN-KIND

Ms. Becky Brown C&B Processing Chambers Cleaners Mr. and Mrs. Steve Chapman Mr. Cliff Charnes Dr. and Mrs. George Coletti Cuscowilla on Lake Oconee Designing Line Eclectic CSM and Mrs. Steven Greer Hairbar Dr. Jay Harrington Jr. Medical Arts Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Randy A. New Mr. William Rawlings Dudley and Jenny Rowe COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Dr. and Mrs. James L. Strom Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom LTC Stephen Strom Strom Hilton Head LLC Mr. and Mrs. James Watkins

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GMCFOUNDATION

JUNE 30, 2019

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION ASSETS Cash $ 1,833,448 Investments 25,654,106 Promises to give 267,806 Rental property and equipment, net 412,179 Land held for investment 754,421 Other assets 212,781 Total assets $ 29,134,741

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Total liabilities and net assets

$ 29,134,741

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES WITHOUT DONOR WITH DONOR RESTRICTIONS

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REVENUES AND OTHER SUPPORT Contributions Investment income Other income Rent income Net assets released from restrictions Satisfaction of program restrictions Total revenues and support

$ 449,799 112,685 2,508 12,494 846,264 1,423,750

$ 5,377,568 962,839 - - (846,264) 5,494,143

$ 5,827,367 1,075,524 2,508 12,494 6,917,893

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698,584 317,390 27,127 1,043,101

CHANGE IN NET ASSETS

380,649

5,494,143

5,874,792

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18,689,404

23,228,348

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$4,919,593 $24,183,547

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THE PRESIDENT’S MISSION STATEMENT The mission of Georgia Military College (GMC) is to produce educated citizens and contributing members of society in an environment conducive to the development of the intellect and character of its students, regardless of location or method of delivery. Junior College students are offered a liberal arts-based, two-year undergraduate curriculum designed to support student attainment of an associate degree and prepare students for transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Students with an Associate of Applied Science degree are offered a curriculum designed to support student attainment of a Bachelor of Applied Science degree. For selected college students who enroll in the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), and for preparatory school students in the Junior ROTC program, GMC includes a military training and education component.


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