G E O RG I A M I L I TA R Y C O L L E G E
PRESIDENTâ€™S REPORT 2017-2018
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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.
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Georgia Military College Office of the President 201 East Greene Street Milledgeville, GA 31061 Phone: (478) 387-4776 www.gmc.edu
Lieutenant General William B. Caldwell IV, USA (Ret.) President
Brigadier General Curt Rauhut, USA (Ret.)
WILLIAM B. CALDWELL IV
Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
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 Donor Relations
Jay Bentley Director of Communications
Jobie Shields Public Affairs Coordinator
Ravonda Bargeron Graphic Designer
Beverly Harvey Publications Specialist
Janeen Garpow Director of Alumni Engagement
Joelle Trumbo Executive Assistant
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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.
Dear GMC Alumni and Friends,
LIEUTENANT GENERAL, U.S. ARMY (RET.)
As we celebrated Georgia Military College’s 139th birthday this year, I asked our fourthand fifth-grade students what we should do next year to celebrate GMC’s 140th birthday, and they told me they wanted to celebrate by leading the formation! They’re excited to be here and eager to experience all GMC has to offer. Seeing our older students at the Prep School and Junior College win state and national championships in activities like literary, theatre, JROTC, and athletics makes them envision big successes in their future, and our faculty and staff are excited and ready to help facilitate those successes. I couldn’t be more proud of our first elementary school classes in 80 years, and I’m excited for the opportunity to share with our young people the treasured values of Georgia Military College. It’s amazing to look back at the last five years and see how much GMC has grown in a short amount of time. Since 2013, we’ve opened five new college campuses in Fayetteville, Dublin, Eastman, Albany, and Zebulon as well as adding three bachelor’s degree programs which have already produced 15 four-year college graduates. We are creating educational opportunity across the state of Georgia, and students are seizing that opportunity. Today, students from 92 percent of Georgia’s 159 counties attend classes at one of our GMC campuses. To create more educational opportunities in our Prep School, we’ve broken ground on an Annex to the Prep School. This Annex will provide students with computer labs, reading and testing rooms, a multipurpose room, a combined cafeteria and auditorium, and a 1,428-square-foot visual arts studio. The Annex will be an invaluable resource where students will discover their own creativity and fall in love with the arts. They’ll discover the endless potential of their own intellect and that hard work and dedication pay great dividends. Your support for GMC has been invaluable! So much of the success of the last few years was made possible by the generosity of our outstanding GMC Family, our wonderful alumni and friends. We’re in the business of creating opportunities and expanding possibilities, and without your support, we could never have achieved so much success in so short a time. We can’t thank you enough for helping to brighten the future and unlock the potential of so many young people.
BUILDING ON VISION 2029 AND THE FOUR BIG IDEAS
GMC President William B. Caldwell IV: The First Five Years – 2013-2018 When retired Army Lt. Gen. William B. Caldwell IV began his tenure in November 2013 as the 21st president of Georgia Military College, he chose to take a measured approach observing, listening, and asking questions before setting forth any future plans. Gathering input and insight from administrators, staff, faculty, and students – his GMC team members – was vital from the start. From the beginning, President Caldwell has subscribed to the ideal that everyone at GMC – faculty, staff, alumni, and friends – can make a difference in students’ lives. The kudos, growth, and progress experienced during President Caldwell’s first five years at the helm of GMC are a
testament to the entire GMC Family.
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Throughout the past five years, President Caldwell and his team have worked tirelessly with faculty and staff to broaden academic, geographic, and financial accessibility for students in Baldwin County, across Georgia, and around the world to take advantage of the character-based educational and military opportunities offered through the Prep School, Junior College, and College Corps of Cadets. President Caldwell’s initial goals helped to shape the foundation of his Vision 2029, named for the year GMC celebrates its sesquicentennial. Vision 2029 is centered on “The Four Big Ideas” that serve as pillars to support and guide strategic initiatives throughout every GMC campus – Contribute to Student Success; Grow Enrollments; Think and Act as One Institution; and Invest in the Future of Georgia Military College. During the past five years, these Four Big Ideas have played – and continue to play – a central role in the forward movement, growth, and progress made by GMC in each of the four areas.
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Contribute to Student Success GMC’s No. 1 goal is contributing to student success. By developing pathways for future achievements by students, GMC also provides the foundation for their success. Over the past five years, GMC Junior College has increased its number of graduates by 24 percent. And within GMC Prep School, for nine consecutive years it has had a 100 percent graduation rate. GMC Junior College – ranked No. 1 in Georgia and No. 14 among the Top 50 Best Community Colleges in the U.S. by TheBestSchools.org – has added 18 articulation agreements with four-year institutions, increasing the total number from 29 in 2013 to 47 in 2018, of which 43 guarantee admission for GMC graduates. And with technical college articulation agreements,
College campuses across the state of Georgia – Fayetteville, Dublin, Eastman, Albany, and Zebulon – greatly exceeding the initial goal of adding one campus every three years. As a result, GMC Junior College experienced a 24 percent increase in annual enrollment to 16,317 students. To meet industry needs and student demand, GMC added four Associate degrees – Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Studio Art, and Kinesiology – as well as three Bachelor of Applied Science degrees – Business Management, Supervision & Management, and Supply Chain Management and Logistics. Many of the degrees are offered both as in-seat and online classes, which has also helped contribute to increased enrollment at GMC.
after the BAS degree was approved in 2014, GMC now has 19
Since 2013, GMC’s Dual Enrollment program has increased
technical college articulation agreements providing pathways for
its enrollment numbers by 2,111 percent thanks to innovative
those desiring to attain a BAS degree with GMC.
actions by GMC that included launching its online Dual
In addition, GMC Prep School cadets have been awarded 28
Enrollment program in 2015. Today, GMC partners with more
ROTC scholarships in the past five years. Prep School cadets have
than 135 high schools across Georgia.
also received eight (8) military service academy appointments
GMC Prep School enrollment numbers jumped in 2018 after it
during that time. Prep School graduates have moved on to find
accessible. In the past five years, GMC has added five Junior
success at the collegiate level as well, with close to 80 percent earning a degree in six years.
announced the expansion of its elementary school program with the addition of fourth and fifth grades. The Prep School began taking applications in fall 2017, with completely filled fourthand fifth-grade classes starting this year.
GMC has also had tremendous success in its growth. With the
Think and Act as One Institution
expansion of the number of GMC Junior College campuses, as
Over the last five years, GMC has initiated actions to create a
well as expanding new programs offered by GMC Prep School and GMC Junior College, GMC is making education more
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common culture on all 15 GMC campuses, which now span across Georgia and online. To accomplish such a tall order,
GMC used standardized structures, streamlined policies, and
It was also thanks to the combined efforts and input from
universal procedures across its entire multi-campus institution.
each GMC campus that the institution was able to gain its 10-
With a new organization structure in place, all policies were reviewed and edited, deleted, or added to ensure standard, common operating policies. Full-time and part-time positions were standardized and pay grades/stipends/supplemental pay
year SACSCOC accreditation and approval to offer the three Bachelor of Applied Science degrees, a teamwork process that began in 2014 and culminated with the first four-year graduates in 2018.
were established for all positions.
Invest in the Future of GMC
GMCâ€™s major accomplishments working as One Institution have
Of course, GMC would not have achieved so much over the
included: establishing a standard campus structure to support student success; rebranding with a new GMC logo and slogan; establishing the Office of Communications; and realigning the Office of Institutional Development.
last five years without an eye to the future. One way GMC has invested in future students is through the construction of facilities, such as an Indoor Training Facility for softball and baseball, the Mason Golf Performance Lab, and the new Military
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Science Department building for the Junior College Corps of Cadets. Additionally, the Prep School Annex and the Jenkins Hall renovation and restoration projects are in progress. The 24,076-square-foot Annex will house Prep School elementary grades (third-sixth grades), a 1,428-square-foot visual arts studio, and a cafetorium. In late 2018, GMC announced the Prep School would be adding the third grade in the fall 2019.
Over the next five years, The Four Big Ideas will continue to guide strategic initiatives and have a positive impact at GMC. In the upcoming years, a further emphasis will be placed on growing the Junior College’s online campus presence and developing additional pathways to attain a BAS degree. Both will provide greater access for out-of-state students, as well as active-
Shortly after he was inducted as president of GMC, President
duty military, veterans, and their families. Future proposed
Caldwell began working closely with the GMC Foundation and
plans also include growing the Junior College Corps of Cadets
others at GMC to bring focus to increasing the endowment. At
program and exploring the addition of a Character and Leader
that time, the GMC Foundation had approximately $11 million
Development/Servant Leader Center.
in total assets. Thanks to their shared vision and the support of so many in the GMC Family, the net assets of the Foundation have more than doubled to just over $23 million.
The Next Five Years
By fall 2019, the GMC Prep School Annex and Jenkins Hall renovation are slated to be completed, and GMC will celebrate the reintroduction of its third-grade classes. In the coming years,
Over the past five years, the number of endowed scholarships for
the Fine Arts Program at the Prep School and Junior College
the Prep School has grown by an astounding 269 percent – from
will continue to be fully supported at GMC, which includes
13 in 2013 to 48 in 2018. In addition, 30 additional endowments
future plans to build a fine arts facility to serve both programs.
were established for the Junior College, which included 8 for the
A major fundraising campaign to support students will provide
Junior College Corps of Cadets. Donor participation in support
an opportunity for those who desire to provide support for
of GMC’s mission has increased by 287 percent, and the number
the Junior College Corps of Cadets and the proposed fine arts
of major donors who give $1,500 or more per year has grown by
over 100 percent. This increase in support has yielded a growth of 73 percent in the number of gifts. This is a real testament to the alumni and friends of GMC and their belief in what GMC means for the state and the nation. In the end, the real beneficiaries of this broad-based support are the students GMC serves every day.
GMC’s future will also include: growing its international exchange opportunities; adding more Junior College academic programs to meet industry needs, such as in aviation; and continuing to focus on the long-term fiscal health of the entire institution. Then, as now, the primary focus at GMC will continue to be on students’ opportunities, growth, and successes.
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2013-14 Student Enrollment 2017-18 Student Enrollment
Percentage 2013-14 to Graduate
2017-18 to Graduate
GMC Junior College
GMC Prep School
> > > FIVE-YEAR FIGURES
2013-14 Student Enrollment
2017-18 Student Enrollment 2013-14 Number of Graduates 2017-18 Number of Graduates 2013-14 Full-Time Equivalent 2017-18 Full-Time Equivalent 2013-14 Annual Credit Hours 2017-18 Annual Credit Hours
16,317 1,397 1,726 7,448 8,445 335,179 380,018
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rankings & 24 3 16,317 14
best community college in Georgia
A public, independent, liberal arts junior college located throughout Georgia.
32% Growth in Number of Graduates
Bachelorâ€™s Degree Programs
average in-seat class size
A senior ROTC program serving approximately
Associate Degree Programs
enrolled 2017-18 academic year
Dual Enrollment provider in the state of Georgia!
allowing select cadets to become
commissioned officers in the U.S. Army
AA AAS AS degrees
across the curriculum
programs designed to focus on critical thinking, character development, and civic duty
GMC is the Military Junior College of Georgia and
one of only four
in the nation for
Military Junior Colleges in U.S.
BAS PROGRAM in
Supervision and Management for affordable online colleges
GMC LOCATIONS ACROSS THE STATE,
as well as an online program = 15 with online
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Our students represented
38 states and 27 nations
recognition STAR Student/ STAR Teacher of Baldwin County
% Class of 2018
National Merit Finalist
for 9th consecutive year and
- from Class of 2018
-Class of 2018-
accepted to college/university
Class of 2018
from Class of 2018 Hold state and/or national championship titles
in scholarships toward postsecondary education.
(Not including HOPE or Zell Miller Scholarships.)
During four years in high school, Class of 2018 was a part of 15 state championships &
1 national championship
4 State Champions consecutive GHSA
(Class of 2018)
students named as AP Scholars ________________________________________________
Class of 2018 GMC now has eight graduates at U.S. Service Academies and one at a Preparatory Academy School.
earned HOPE scholarships
AP Courses Prep studentsâ€™ pass rates consistently
exceed State and Global pass rates on AP COURSE EXAMS
graduated with Associate degrees students from Class of 2018
Class of 2018
% participated in Dual Enrollment
Class of 2018 participating in
Dual Enrollment took
480 college classes and earned
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growth JUNIOR COLLEGE
NEW EXTENSION CENTERS OPEN To better serve students across the state of Georgia, GMC opened two new extension centers in 2018 – one in Albany, the other in Zebulon. Both locations offer Associate of Art, Associate of Science, and Bachelor of Applied Science degrees. The brand-new GMC extension centers also provide Dual Enrollment to eligible high school students.
> The Albany and Zebulon extension centers make No. 13 and 14 for GMC campuses located across the state. Both locations help support local economies, industries and businesses, and provide exciting career and educational opportunities for GMC students.
ALBANY CAMPUS The GMC-Albany Extension Center began offering classes in January 2018. The center is housed within its partner institution Albany Technical College. GMC students have access to ATC facilities, including a computer lab and student center. GMC-Albany provides select Associate degrees, as well as BAS degrees.
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The GMC-Zebulon Extension Center opened in January 2018 and began offering classes two months later. It is located inside the same building that houses Zebulon City Hall. GMC-Zebulon is located a short distance from both local high schools, which is ideal for Dual Enrollment students. The center includes four classrooms, two administrative offices, and a computer lab.
FAYETTEVILLE CAMPUS BEGINS PHASE 2 CONSTRUCTION Three years after completing Phase 1 of the GMC-Fayetteville campus, construction began on Phase 2. A groundbreaking ceremony for the 10,808-square-foot facility was held in August 2018 – a year earlier than projected. It adds to the 25,500square-foot GMC academic center built in the first phase. Original plans called for launching the second phase at GMCFayetteville after student enrollment exceeded 500. That goal was met in the first school year with 660 total students enrolled in 2015-2016. Enrollment numbers almost doubled in 20172018 with a total of 1,252 students, including Dual Enrollment. Phase 2 of GMC-Fayetteville is slated to be completed in July 2019 in time for the Fall 1 term. It will include biology and chemistry labs, and eight classrooms, as well as administrative
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and faculty offices. Phase 1 also includes biology and chemistry labs, as well as a bookstore, computer lab, student success center, library/media center, student lounge with café, academic advising center, and nine classrooms. GMC chose the metro-Atlanta community in Fayette County to provide career-related support to the area’s well-established and growing industries that vary from local healthcare facilities to an international film studio. GMC-Fayetteville is helping students reach the next step in achieving their dreams for a brighter future by attending a four-year institution or start a rewarding career.
Albany Extension Center
Zebulon campus ribbon-cutting
Fayetteville campus groundbreaking
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growth PREP SCHOOL
PREP SCHOOL ANNEX AND JENKINS HALL RENOVATION At the end of the 2017-2018 school year, GMC Prep School broke ground on construction for a 24,076-square-foot annex to Jenkins Hall. Soon afterward, renovation began on Jenkins Hall. When completed, the two adjacent structures will be connected by an interior hallway. The Prep School Annex will have two computer labs, a testing room, reading
room, multipurpose room, and administrative offices. The annex will also feature a 1,428-square-foot visual arts studio, and a combined cafeteria and auditorium area with stage. The cafetorium opens to an outdoor patio with fireplace. After completion, a renovated Jenkins Hall will return to serving as an elementary school building, housing the Prep School’s third
through sixth grades. The updated facility will include 10 classrooms and a recreational room for P.E. classes. Both GMC Prep School construction projects were the result of increased student enrollment and a strong interest voiced by families. Both are slated to be completed by summer 2019 and ready for students at the start of the 2019-2020 school year.
FOURTH- AND FIFTH-GRADERS RETURN TO GMC PREP SCHOOL The bright, cheery faces of fourth- and fifth-graders were welcomed at GMC Prep School on the first day of school in fall 2018. It was the first time in 80 years that both elementary school grades were offered at GMC. At its April 2017 meeting, the GMC Board of Trustees gave unanimous approval to bring
back the fourth and fifth grades to the Prep School, starting with the 2018-2019 school year. The proposal was made to the Board by Prep School Principal Col. Pam Grant following a high level of interest expressed by the community, alumni members, and current students’ families. In fall 2017, GMC Prep School began taking
applications for fourth- and fifth-grade students. Five faculty positions were created for the two grades, which included one part-time and two full-time new hires. Classes began in August 2018. In the first week of school, the Prep School had all available slots filled with 38 fourth-graders and 42 fifth-graders.
GMC PREP SCHOOL ADDS VISUAL ARTS PROGRAM The GMC Prep School introduced its Visual Arts Program at the start of the 2017-2018 school year. The program offers students art classes and after-school art clubs to creatively express themselves through photography, painting, pottery, printmaking, and other artistic media. Students now have numerous opportunities to explore artistic creation to learn new skills or to refine their talents. High school students interested in pursuing art as a career can also
prepare portfolios filled with their work to use when applying to art school or college. During the Visual Arts Program’s inaugural year, students participated in school, local, and statewide art and photography shows. Among other notable achievements, GMC Prep School students swept first, third, and fourth place in the Junior Division of the 2018 The Plaza Arts Center Photography Show & Exhibition in Eatonton. Students also completed various art-related
special projects as a way to give back to the community through their artwork, which included Heartfelt Portraits of Veterans, Law Enforcement Art Appreciation, and Pinwheels for Peace. GMC and its Board of Trustees have further committed to the Prep School’s Visual Arts Program by incorporating a 1,428-square-foot visual arts studio in the Prep School Annex project, slated to be completed by mid-2019 in time for the 2019-2020 school year.
HIGH ADVENTURE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM Fifteen sixth-grade boys participated in the inaugural year of the GMC Prep School High Adventure Leadership Program, learning and working toward earning merit badges required for an Eagle Scout rank in the Boy Scouts of America. Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, the High Adventure Leadership Program became one of GMC Prep’s enrichment classes held twice a week during the school day. During class time, students worked on PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2017-2018
earning merit badges and enjoyed meeting guest speakers. Others at GMC Prep and GMC Junior College pitched in to assist students in the program. The Prep School nurse gave them many hands-on lessons in first aid and members of the GMC College Chess Club taught them how to play chess to help the boys earn those two respective merit badges. High Adventure Leadership Program participants were able to join Scouts from
Boy Scouts Troop 87 in Milledgeville on a number of exciting outings, including rappelling Currahee Mountain, canoeing the Okefenokee Swamp, and snorkeling in Key Largo. By the end of the 2017-2018 school year, students had tallied 36 rank advancements and all fifteen had joined Boy Scouts Troop 87. The program was such a success it was opened to sixth- and seventh-grade boys and girls in the 2018-2019 school year.
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DUAL ENROLLMENT NUMBERS INCREASE Georgia Military College had a total of 3,493 high school students from across the state participate in the Dual Enrollment program in the 2017-2018
PREP SCHOOL Georgia Military College Prep School Class of 2018 made school history when four of its members received an Associate degree diploma from GMC Junior College on the same day they graduated from high school.
academic year – a 51 percent increase over the previous year and a 2,111 percent increase since 2013-2014. The significant jump in high school student enrollment numbers makes GMC one of the largest Dual Enrollment programs in Georgia. The Dual Enrollment program at GMC provides
The GMC Prep School Class of 2018 had 35 students – 85 percent – participate in the Dual Enrollment program at GMC Junior College during one or more of their years in high school, completing a total of 480 college courses and earning 2,280 quarter hours.
eligible high school students – in 9th through 12th grades – the opportunity to get a jump-start on
attending college classes with the option to complete an Associate degree. In the 2017-2018 academic year, GMC had 100 Dual Enrollment students who graduated with an Associate degree at the same time they received a high school diploma.
The first-ever commencement ceremony held by GMC-Eastman also included its first Dual Enrollment graduate – 16-year-old high school junior Lane Barrows. In June 2018, Lane graduated Summa Cum Laude with an Associate degree from GMC one week after she graduated as valedictorian for the Class of 2018 at Dodge County High School.
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For the first time in the history of Georgia Military College a four-year degree has been awarded to its graduates. This past academic year, GMC conferred its first-ever Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degrees during the 2017-2018 commencement ceremonies. Fifteen graduates from the Augusta (9), Columbus (1), and Online (5) campuses received a BAS degree, with ten majoring in Supervision and Management and five in Business Management.
The Bachelor of Applied Science program at GMC, which includes degree offerings in Business Management, Supervision and Management, and Supply Chain Management and Logistics, was designed to give technical college graduates with an Associate of Applied Science or Associate of Applied Technology degree the opportunity to advance their education and to further their careers in their specific technical discipline.
Four years after the BAS degree program was approved to be developed, GMC has articulation agreements with 18 technical colleges in Georgia and one in South Carolina. These agreements help facilitate the credit transfer process for students entering one of GMC’s BAS degree programs. During the 2017-2018 academic year, a total of 125 students enrolled in the BAS program, either for in-seat or online classes.
UK INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM PREP SCHOOL The United Kingdom International Exchange Program has provided unique experiences, promoted cross-cultural enrichment, and created lasting friendships between cadets at Georgia Military College Prep School and Royal Hospital School, a coed school in Suffolk, England, established in the early 1700s with a rich naval heritage. The Exchange Program was first offered in the summer before the 2017-2018 school year when a group of ten students and two faculty members from GMC Prep School traveled to Royal Hospital School. PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2017-2018
As with GMC Prep, Royal Hospital School embraces a student cadet program that promotes leadership and building character in a well-rounded learning environment that offers academics, arts, and athletics. GMC Prep School students lived in dorms on the Royal Hospital School campus, where they were immersed in the school’s academic culture and participated in co-curricular activities, including a 48-hour field training exercise with a nighttime ambush attack challenge GMC Prep students aced with flying colors. GMC Prep students also had the chance to play
tourists and expand their cultural horizons by visiting several cities in England, including Oxford and London. Thanks to combined efforts and full support from administrators and faculty at GMC Prep School and Royal Hospital School, the Exchange Program is now in its second year and continues to grow. GMC Prep students spent up to five weeks at Royal Hospital School in summer 2018. And at the start of the 2018-2019 school year, GMC Prep School hosted its first Royal Hospital School cadets.
WOMEN’S GOLF PROGRAM ADDED JUNIOR COLLEGE After years of planning and preparation, Georgia Military College announced during the 2017-2018 academic year that its Junior College Athletic Department would be adding a women’s golf team in fall of 2018.
Recruitment for the first-ever GMC women’s golf team began immediately. The inaugural team for GMC women’s golf hit the links in August 2018 with an all-freshman
roster under the direction of Head Coach Charles “Chuck” Van Horn III. The team competes in Division 1 of the National Junior College Athletic Association, or NJCAA.
‘LEADERSHIP ENGAGEMENT SERIES’ INTRODUCED CORPS OF CADETS The Georgia Military College Corps of Cadets launched its “Leadership Engagement Series” during the 2017-2018 academic year to introduce cadets to alumni and others – military and nonmilitary – who have found academic and career success living by the principles and practices taught at GMC. Once a month, cadets gather in the Goldstein Center for the Performing Arts to listen to speakers, such as GMC Junior College alumni
U.S. Army Brigadier General Jonathan McColumn and Colonel Thomas Hanley. Each guest talks about their professions and how they have applied the principles of leadership, ethics, and character taught at GMC to succeed in life. Afterward, cadets have the opportunity to ask questions and to meet the speaker. The guest speakers who are GMC alumni talk
about their years spent attending the Prep School or Junior College. They serve as real-world role models for current cadets of how the military model used by the GMC Corps of Cadets teaches sound leadership principles, promotes ethics, and builds character that together can serve as a strong foundation for a successful career and help to carry the cadets through life.
BAS Graduates Leadership Engagement
Women’s Golf Team UK International Exchange Program
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awards & honors
2017-18 Academic Year
GCAA DI Conference
GCAA DI Conference
GCAA DI Regular Season
Men’s Golf Champions
Women’s Soccer Champions
Men’s Soccer Champions
Women’s Softball Champions
GMC Junior College had seven 2017-2018 NJCAA All-Americans named in four sports: Football (3), Men’s Golf (2), Women’s Soccer (1), and Men’s Soccer (1). In the last five years, every Junior College athletic program
has won or participated in the national title game or tournament in their respective sport at least once and earned numerous conference titles. GMC Junior College athletes are scholars, too. A total of 180
GMC intercollegiate athletes received distinction as Dean’s or President’s List honorees during the 2017-18 academic year. The College added a ninth sport, Women’s Golf during fall 2018.
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18 Class A Public
US Army Female Division
State Champions Boys Cross Country
National Champion Ultimate Raider
State Champions Mixed Raider Team
4th championship in past 6 years
1st National Title in this category
3rd State Title in past 4 years
2017-2018 FACULTY AWARDS GMC Prep School Character Educator of the Year: ALLEN SIMMONS Simmons teaches U.S. History and Government, and serves as Social Studies Department Chair, as well as head coach for softball and golf.
GMC Junior College Character of the Year: BEN WHITE White teaches Biology and serves as Science Club Advisor at GMC-Warner Robins campus.
GMC Prep School Teacher of the Year: JENNY MORRIS Morris teaches theater, and serves as theater director and choreographer.
GMC Junior College Educator of the Year: TIFFANY JAMES James teaches Pre-Nursing classes (Anatomy, Physiology and Biology) and serves as Natural Sciences Department Chair at GMC-Warner Robins campus.
Colonel Pam Grant, Allen Simmons, Jenny Morris and LtGen William B. Caldwell IV
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Dr. Mike Holmes, Sheriff Bill Massee, Ben White, Randy New and LtGen William B. Caldwell IV
Dr. Mike Holmes, Sheriff Bill Massee, Tiffany James, Randy New and LtGen William B. Caldwell IV
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Georgia Military College places tremendous value in the community it has been a part of since 1879. Throughout the 2017-2018 school year, as well as during the summer months, GMC students, cadets, athletes, faculty, staff, and administrators found a variety of ways to
give back to their neighbors in and around Milledgeville. The following are only a few examples of their gestures of goodwill and selfless service â€“ many of which involved helping military veterans.
GMC Junior College football players were farmers for a day at Comfort Farms. The nonprofit organization provides military veterans who are homeless or need emotional support a place to heal in an agricultural environment and to learn the business of sustainable farming. GMC football players spent the day pressurewashing buildings, working with livestock such as heritage breed hogs, and completing extensive landscape work, which included clearing a large section for a proposed 5K-run trail. GMC Corps of Cadets provided approximately 2,300 hours of community service in the Milledgeville area, including 400 hours by Cadet Isaiah Wilkins alone. Several times each month, cadets volunteered in many ways, to include the Chard Wray Food Pantry, a nonprofit organization that provides groceries to those in need. Junior College cadets also spent time with Georgia War Veterans Home residents, accompanying them during the GMC Prep School Veterans Day Parade and joining them for lunch. They also assisted with an annual yard sale held by a local church.
GMC Prep School had a number of cadets take time during their summer break to volunteer for River of Life 2018, a four-day community event that brings local youth and adults together with members of churches from across the state to serve and minister to those in Baldwin and surrounding counties who are less fortunate. Prep School students helped complete improvements and repairs to the exterior of houses, which included building wheelchair ramps, painting, and lawn work. They also visited the Georgia War Veterans Home, volunteered at the Animal Rescue Foundation, and served many local needs. GMC provided a dozen computers to the Collins P. Lee Harrisburg Community Center, benefitting not only the students in the centerâ€™s after-school program but also the adults in the community. The twelve computers were the most recent support provided by GMC in its three-year partnership with Habitat for Humanity MilledgevilleBaldwin County to support youth in the Harrisburg community. In addition, GMC provided affordable housing at its Baugh Barracks for almost 200 volunteers who participated in River of Life 2018.
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GMC BOARD OF TRUSTEES Mr. Randall A. New, Chairman Mr. George Hogan Sr., Vice Chairman Ms. Doris Renfroe, Secretary/Treasurer Mr. Mike Cobb Honorable Mary Parham Copelan Rev. Tony Fraley Mr. Ken Vance LtGen William B. Caldwell IV, USA (Ret.), GMC President
GMC FOUNDATION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mr. Dudley Rowe, Chairman Dr. John Ferguson, 1st Vice Chairman Mr. Mike Torino, 2nd Vice Chairman Ms. Teri White, Finance Chairman Ms. Barb Rion, Development Chair Mr. David Grant, Secretary/Treasurer Mr. Merritt Massey, Rules and Nominations Chairman Mr. Mike Couch, Real Property Chairman
Mr. Mark A. Strom, Senior Vice President for Institutional Development, Executive Director of The GMC Foundation, Ex Offico Member LtGen William B. Caldwell IV, USA (Ret.), GMC President, Ex Officio Member
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE COL Thomas G. Torrance, USA (Ret.), HS ’74, President Mr. Al Blackburn, JC ’63, Vice President Mr. Mark Culberson, HS ‘90, Secretary/Treasurer Ms. Shannon New-Diaz, HS’75, JC’76, Immediate Past President Ms. Janeen Garpow, Director of Alumni Affairs Mr. Mark Strom, Sr. Vice President for Institutional Development, Ex Officio Member LtGen William B. Caldwell IV, USA (Ret.), GMC President, Ex Officio Member
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PRESIDENT LtGen William B. Caldwell IV, USA (Ret.)
PRESIDENTâ€™S LEADERSHIP TEAM BG Curt Rauhut, USA (Ret.), Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer Dr. Mike Holmes, Senior Vice President and Chief Academic Officer; Dean of Faculty COL Jim Watkins, USA (Ret.), Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Mr. Mark Strom, Senior Vice President and Chief Institutional Development Officer; Executive Director of the The GMC Foundation Dr. Jeannie Zipperer, Director of Staff
VICE PRESIDENTS AND SENIOR STAFF Mr. Jeff Gray, Vice President for Engineering Services Mr. Jody Yearwood, Vice President for Information Technology Ms. Jill Robbins, Vice President for Human Resources Mr. Bert Williams, Junior College Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Dr. Susan Issac, Vice President for Institutional Research and Effectiveness COL Steven Pitt, USA (Ret.), Commandant of Cadets and Dean of Students Mr. Jay Bentley, Director of Communications COL Pamela H. Grant, Principal of Preparatory School LTC Casey Geist, Professor of Military Science
CAMPUS DIRECTORS Ms. Shana Reid, Executive Director, Augusta and Sandersville Campuses Mr. Ted Ramsdell, Executive Director, Warner Robins, Dublin and Eastman Campuses Ms. Billie Washburn, Executive Director, Valdosta Campus BG Scott Donahue, USA (Ret.), Executive Director, Fayetteville, Fairburn, Stone Mountain and Zebulon Campuses Ms. Holly Arnold, Executive Director, Columbus Campus COL Nelson Kraft, USA (Ret.), Executive Director, Milledgeville Campus Mr. Jody Yearwood, Executive Director, Online Campus
Ms. Melanie King, Extension Center Director, Albany Campus Ms. Leigh Aldhizer, Extension Center Director, Madison Campus Ms. Janis Anderson, Extension Center Director, Stone Mountain Ms. Priscilla Smith, Extension Center Director, Dublin Campus Mr. Jeff Berke, Extension Center Director, Sandersville Campus Mr. Erik J. Walton, Extension Center Director, Eastman Campus
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STATEMENT OF NET POSITION Georgia Military College |
JUNE 30, 2018
ASSETS ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Current Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents 10,425,234.55 Accounts Receivable, Net Federal Financial Assistance 4,475.45 Other 5,522,777.99 Prepaid Items 5,985.82 Inventories 2,101,443.02 Total Current Assets 18,059,916.83 Noncurrent Assets Capital Assets Land & Land Improvements 681,165.84 Construction In Progress 1,728,060.44 Bldg & Bldg Improvements 94,672,498.88 Improvements Other Than Bldg 4,466,105.31 Equipment 7,811,541.96 Library Collections 4,364,000.74 Accumulated Depreciation Bldg & Bldg Improvements (26,255,659.51) Improvements Other Than Bldg (2,540,574.68) Equipment (4,246,464.34) Library Collections (3,107,935.16)
Total Noncurrent Assets Total Assets
Deferred Outflows of Resources Related to Defined Benefit Pension Plans 9,954,634.19 Related to Other Post-Employment Benefits 4,101,081.00 Total Deferred Outflows of Resources 14,055,715.19
LIABILITIES ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Current Liabilities Salaries Payable 858,883.84 Accounts Payable 1,624,914.94 Deferred Revenue 3,566,139.20 Funds Held for Others 105,007.80 Capital Leases 1,932.40 Compensated Absences 584,909.03 Notes Payable 217,895.64 Total Current Liabilities 6,959,682.85 Noncurrent Liabilities Net Pension Liability 34,804,289.00 Net Other Post-Employment Benefits Liability 27,035,778.00 Notes Payable 2,360,536.65 Total Noncurrent Liabilities 64,200,603.65 Total Liabilities 71,160,286.50 Deferred Inflows of Resources Related to Defined Benefit Pension Plans 2,358,946.00 Related to Other Post-Employment Benefits 2,071,734.00
Total Deferred Inflows of Resources
NET ASSETS ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Invested in Capital Assets, Net of Related Debt Unrestricted
Total Net Position
STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENSES, AND CHANGES IN NET POSITION Georgia Military College |
JUNE 30, 2018
OPERATING REVENUES _____________________________________________________________________________________
Student Tuition and Fees 56,796,393.34 Less: Sponsored Scholarships (28,334,966.70) Grants and Contracts Federal 4,397,037.64 State 20,908,698.31 Nongovernmental 341,109.00 Auxiliary Enterprises Housing 829,846.89 Bookstore 4,661,848.93 Food Service 2,090,975.21 Athletics 313,852.11 Other Operating Revenues Total Operating Revenues
OPERATING EXPENSES ___________________________________________________________________________________ Salaries Faculty 14,930,233.87 Staff 17,324,525.47 Employee Benefits (Pension Expense) 11,044,557.15 OPEB Expense 992,245.00 Travel 297,456.72 Scholarships and Fellowships 8,764,664.89 Utilities 2,092,059.95 Supplies and Other Services 21,588,955.39 Depreciation 3,517,496.88 Total Operating Expenses 80,552,195.32 Operating Income (Loss) (17,492,959.18)
NONOPERATING REVENUES (EXPENSES) ___________________________________________________________________________________ Grants and Contracts Federal 16,039,455.64 Gifts 348,671.66 Interest and Other Investment Income 587,043.28 Interest Expense (Capital Assets) (1,835.52) Net Nonoperating Revenues 16,973,335.06 Income Before Other Revenues, Expenses, Gains, or Loss (519,624.12)
CAPITAL CONTRIBUTIONS _____________________________________________________________________________________ Capital Grants and Gifts 2,605,000.00 Total Capital Contributions 2,605,000.00 Increase/(Decrease) in Net Position 2,085,375.88 Net Position - Beginning of Year (Restated) 32,012,029.12 Net Position - End of Year 34,097,405.00
>>> The Georgia Military College Foundation Inc. exists to ensure that students at GMC have every opportunity to thrive, succeed, and become contributing members of our communities. Through its dedicated faculty and staff, GMC provides a learning environment focused on the success of each student. Within these halls, EVERY 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 differentiates Georgia Military College from other colleges and universities across our great state and nation.
Chairman THE GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE FOUNDATION
Once again, I am pleased to report that the Foundation has never been in a stronger position to support this vital mission. Our most recent fiscal year, ending June 30, 2018, saw continued strong growth in operating revenue and overall net assets, and a year-over-year reduction in our total expenses, all while growing the disbursements to the college to provide financial support to the students GMC serves. 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 assets of The GMC Foundation has more than doubled since 2013, from $11.11 million in 2013 to $23.25 million in 2018! An outstanding Foundation Board of Trustees, and dedicated college leadership and a team of development professionals has overseen much of this significant progress. We are grateful for their service. Your investment in this institution truly makes a difference in each studentâ€™s future. Thank you for your interest in The Georgia Military College Foundation and for your commitment to Georgia Military College.
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OUR FUNDS and DONORS Honor Roll 2017-2018 IT BEGINS WITH A VISION
ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS AND FUNDS 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.
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 2029 Endowed Scholarship COL David Snodgrass Endowment (Columbus) COL William M. Kemp Scholarship Endowment College Cadet Endowed Scholarship Cpl. Victor Mark Prevatt, U.S.M.C. Endowment CPT Ibrahim Tantawi Scholarship CPT Jeremy Haynes Scholarship Custis N. Proctor Memorial Scholarship Dr. George Echols Endowed Scholarship PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2017-2018
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 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 Inez Hawkins Family Scholarship 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 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 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 Olin B. King Endowed Scholarship Ophelia Moore Bell Endowed Scholarship Paul Endowed Scholarship Peter J. Boylan Endowment for Ethics Prep Middle School Wrestling Fund Prep Raider 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 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 2017-18 fiscal year. Italics indicates endowments that have not reached $25,000.
LIFETIME COMMITMENT 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.
Anonymous Mr. Lew Cordell* Lettie Pate Evans Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Dean Grant Mr. and Mrs. Randy New Frances Wood Wilson Foundation, Inc.
Dr. and Mrs. John H. Ferguson E.J. Grassmann Trust Mr. William K. Holmes Mr. Robert Keber Olin B. King Foundation Dr. Kenneth Marks and Mr. Steven Rogers Mr. Harold D. and Mrs.* Brenda T. Mason NewDay USA Foundation The Honorable* and Mrs. Powell A. Moore Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. Mr. Parnell Ruark* Mr.* and Mrs. Alan Sibley Mr. and Mrs. Winston H. Sibley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stern Thiele Kaolin Company Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wheat Mr. and Mrs. John T. Williamson* Mr.* and Mrs. Goodloe H. Yancey III
$1,000,000 and above Dr.* and Mrs. James E. Baugh The Honorable E. Culver Kidd III Mr. Walter C. Troutman* The Usery Foundation The Honorable and Mrs. W. J. Usery, Jr.* The Robert W. Woodruff Foundation, Inc.
$250,000 and above
$100,000 and above
$50,000 and above
LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mrs. Maxa O. Carr* Century Bank and Trust Dr. and Mrs. George Coletti Dr.* and Mrs. George L. Echols
Dr. Wilbur Baugh* MG and Mrs. Peter J. Boylan, USA (Ret.) Mr. Lee Echols and Mrs. Margaret Anthony Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fraser Mr.* and Mrs. O. T. Fulghum, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Gandy* Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Goldstein* Mr.* and Mrs. Jake Goldstein Mrs. Ellen Goodrich Imerys LTC and Mrs. Jim 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. Ms. Dorothy Robertson* Dr. John S. Robertson* Dudley and Jenny Rowe Mr. Edward L. Sibilsky, Jr.* COL and Mrs. Charles Sikes 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 2017-2018, from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018. 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
Dr. and Mrs. George Coletti Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gandy* NewDay USA Foundation The Usery Foundation
The Honorable E. Culver Kidd III
Anonymous Alterra Networks, LLC LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Chick-fil-A Foundation Dr.* and Mrs. George L. Echols Mr. Lee Echols and Mrs. Margaret Anthony E.J. Grassmann Trust Dr. Kenneth Marks and Mr. Steven Rogers The Honorable* and Mrs. Powell A. Moore Mrs. Winifred Paul Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pursley, Jr. BG and Mrs. Curt Rauhut Mr. and Mrs. Winston H. Sibley Mr. and Mrs. David Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith Mr. and Mrs. John C. Thornton Mrs. Patricia Park Turner Mr. and Mrs. Russ E. Walden Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wheat Frances Wood Wilson Foundation, Inc.
OLD CAPITOL CLUB
Anonymous Mrs. Beverly Bailey Mrs. Betty C. Baugh Ashley and Dean Copelan
The Geo Group Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Ellen Goodrich Olin B. King Foundation Eli Lilly and Company Foundation Mrs. Beverly G. Mann LTG* and Mrs. Max W. Noah, USA (Ret.) Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pace Mr.* and Mrs. John A. Pursley, Jr. Predators Soccer Mr. and Mrs. Mike Prosperi Mr.* and Mrs. Goodloe H. Yancey III
Anonymous 20th Century Fox Television Mr. Frank Ahouse Dr. Christopher Alford Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office BASF Corp. LTC and Mrs. Frank W. Baugh, USAF (Ret.) Mr. Jeffery Berke Mr. and Mrs. Al E. Blackburn, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. Albert Bloodworth Borden Perlman Insurance Agency, Inc. MG and Mrs. Peter J. Boylan, USA (Ret.) Mr. Robert Brown Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm S. Burgess, Jr. Mr. Joe S. Carswell Century Bank and Trust Chambers Cleaners, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Francis W. Chandler, Jr. Mike and Melanie Cobb Mr. Mike Couch and Mrs. Sherri Malone Mrs. Patsy Craig Dr. Anne Culberson Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie Davenport Mr. Scott and Dr. Jennifer Deason Dixie Riverside Inc. Mrs. Adria P. Douglas Dr. and Mrs. Michael A. Duke Exchange Bank of Milledgeville Exxon Mobil Matching Gift Programs LTC and Mrs. Marvin R. Farmer USA (Ret) Mr. James H. Farr Mr. David L. Farris Dr. and Mrs. John H. Ferguson
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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.
Michael Foley Mrs. Alice B. Fraser Georgia Power Company Gerald Grimes Plumbing, Inc. Mrs. Martha W. Goodrich Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grant Mr. and Mrs. Dean H. Grant Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gray Mrs. Judy Lacksen Greer Dr. and Mrs. John F. Harrington, Jr. Harvey Plexico, Inc. Ms. Inez Hawkins Ms. Joyce C. Headley Dr. and Mrs. Mike Holmes Hospital Authority of Fayette County Mr. Barkley D. Howard, Jr. Institute of Reading Development, Inc. Mrs. Renee K. Johnson Drs. Ken and JoAnn Jones Dr. Aman Kay Dr. Salwa S. Kirbah LTC and Mrs. Jim T. Kjer, USA (Ret) LCDR and Mrs. Jay Knight, USN (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krapf Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larsson Mr. and Mrs. Jim Leben Dr. William B. Lee Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Mr. Danny Lindsey Lockstep Technology Group Mr. and Mrs.* Harold D. Mason Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Massey Dr. Brad Mathias and Ms. Hana Wood Major Edward J. McCaffrey Jr., USA (Ret.) BG Jonathan J. McColumn Mr. and Mrs. Joe McEver Mr. Buddy McKenzie Milledgeville Players Mr. Felix C. Moring Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Moss Mr. and Mrs. Bert Williams Mr. Ralph T. Hudgens Mr. Kelly Myers Dr. and Mrs. William G. Neely Mr. and Mrs. Randy A. New Mr. and Mrs. B. L. New New Orleans Brew, LLC Norfolk Southern Foundation Matching Gifts
Mr. Robert Nunn Orange Cone Productions LLC Mr. and Mrs. Cliff T. Owdom Mrs. Fran Patterson Plexico Properties Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pursley III Mr. and Mrs. John Gus Pursley IV Mr. Kevin Queen Dr. and Mrs. C. Seth Rion Mr. and Mrs. Shane Robbins Robins Financial Credit Union ROW Equipment Dudley and Jenny Rowe Ms. Karen Rowell Mr. Dewey D. Schade Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Schubert Sellers Contracting Services Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. Edward Shelor COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Mrs. Cynthia D. Simpson Mr. Steve H. Sleightholm Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Smith Southern Refreshment Services Ms. Carolyn Spivey State Farm Foundation Dr. Laurence and Ms. Patricia Steinfeld Dr. and Mrs. James F. Strickland, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Dr. and Mrs. James L. Strom The Peyton Anderson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Isaac J. Thomas Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. Thompson Mr. Montgomery E. Thorne COL and Mrs. Thomas G. Torrance, USA (Ret.) COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance LTC and Mrs. Steve M. Torrance Total Courage Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Underwood Mr. and Mrs. James Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watkins MAJ Lionel A. ‘Sam’ Watson, USAF (Ret.) Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Watson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bob White Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin Williams Mrs. Patsy B. Woods Wreaths Across America Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yearwood Mrs. Sandra Young Mr. George H. Young III
‘PROUD TO BE AN AMBASSADOR OF GMC’ As NewDay USA CEO and a father of two, Rob Posner often finds himself reaching back to his years spent as a military school cadet to find inspiration and direction in his life. He knows firsthand about the myriad of experiences and lessons that are unique to attending military schools. He also knows how it can positively impact someone for the rest of their life. Having his father enroll him as a young man at the Fishburne Military School in Virginia was “probably the greatest thing my dad ever did for me,” says Posner, whose father was a military veteran and career U.S. Department of Defense employee. Military school was where Posner studied and worked alongside cadets who were from other countries and cultures. It was where he learned from mentors and how to become a mentor. It was also where he was given opportunities to meet challenges and evolve as a leader. “At our company today, we do what Fishburne taught: Promote young people early and then mentor them as leaders,” Posner says of NewDay USA, a national VA mortgage company dedicated to helping veterans, as well as active-duty military personnel, and their families. As with the cadets at Fishburne Military School, NewDay USA has a diverse workforce with men and women from all over the world.
including at NewDay USA. “You continue to look for mentors,” Posner says. “You continue to see the value of both providing mentorship and seeking mentorship.” When Posner steps onto the Georgia Military College campus in Milledgeville to award NewDay USA Foundation scholarships to GMC Prep School cadets, he takes in the experience both as a company CEO and as a military school alumnus. Someone who has personally experienced the positive impacts attending a military school can have on a career and a lifetime. “It fills me with pride when I see young people who have the opportunity to do great things,” says Posner, following a visit to GMCMilledgeville that included presenting NewDay USA scholarships to cadets and joining them as they used chalk on a brick driveway to write the names of those who died on 9/11 and in the Global War on Terrorism. The NewDay USA Foundation has awarded full-tuition scholarships to high school students at thirteen military schools in eleven states,
NewDay USA scholarships are provided to students who have a parent or guardian who is a fallen, severely wounded, or disabled veteran, or whose family has endured multiple lengthy deployments. Scholarship recipients, or NewDay Scholars, include Gold Star survivors; students who have lost a parent – and beloved mentor at home. By its very nature, a military school, like GMC Prep School, provides cadets with valuable “built-in” mentors, as well as a great education, Posner notes. “We have found that it’s really a big part of the healing of the family knowing that a parent’s sacrifice made an impact on a child’s education,” he says. The sense of family and community found in and outside of the classroom at GMC Prep School, which includes everyone from President William B. Caldwell to the youngest cadets, provides further leadership and support for NewDay Scholars. “That’s what makes this school so special,” Posner says. In January 2019, the NewDay USA Foundation will add a scholarship that will only be offered to students accepted to attend GMC Prep School. The new scholarship will be awarded to children whose parent or guardian has spent time away from home serving in the Global War on Terrorism. It will cover the full cost of tuition and up to $7,500 to go toward the cost of moving and relocating to Milledgeville.
Posner uses those same leadership and mentor principles he was taught in military school at home to teach and encourage his young son and daughter. He gives them responsibilities and challenges to help them grow in character and to build their confidence. “I show them I believe in them,” Posner says. While attending military school, Posner forged lifelong bonds with leaders and mentors. He has gone on to find great mentors in his professional life, too,
which includes thirteen scholarships given to GMC Prep School cadets since 2016. Each scholarship is given in honor of the person who provided Rob Posner the scholarship funds he needed to attend military school – his father, Allan Posner.
“What GMC is doing is special. I am proud to be an ambassador of GMC,” Posner says. “I tell people about it wherever I go. The whole NewDay USA team believes in it.”
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NewDay USA CEO
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Mr. James and Dr. Elizabeth Youngblood Mr. Eddie and Dr. Jeannie Zipperer
Mr. Edwin V. Amerman Mr. Gaye Arthur LTC (Ret.) and Mrs. Lawrence J. Baker, Jr. Ballard Brands Mr. David Barnes Dr. James Baugh Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Bayne Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Bean Mr. and Mrs. Luther K. Beason Bobby Murphey Insurance Agency, Inc. Mr. Gregory Boylan Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bracewell Jimmy and Cammie Branan Brooks Flooring Chambers Oil Company Mr. and Mrs. Steve Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clay Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Clay The Honorable and Mrs. Henry R. Craig Dr. and Mrs. James B. Craig, Jr. Ms. Jeanette A. Crawford Dr. Audrey S. Crumbley Mr. John D’Andrea Delta Air Lines Foundation Dr. Rich T. Elmore, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Flathman Ed and Priscilla Flemister Mr. David B. Glover Mrs. Maxine Goldstein Roberta and Michael Gorham CSM and Mrs. Steve Greer Mr. Hugh M. Hamilton, Jr. Mr. Christopher Hartley Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ivy J. C. Grant Company Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Jaco Mr. Terry M. Johnson Kim Usery Foundation Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Klinck Kroger Mrs. Faye Lacey Lake Country Interior Design Mrs. Ramon D. Lantz Dr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Laseter Ms. Betty Little Mr. Joseph Logan McGiboney Properties LLC Mr. Julian McLendon Military Officer Assoc. of America - Old Capitol Area Chapter Ms. Winifred Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. William D. Morrison Mr. Corey J. New New Orleans Roast, LLC Northside Hospital Administration Oak Hall Industries, L.P. Mr. Mark Olsen LTC and Mrs. Mike Perez, USA (Ret.) Perimeter Builders, Inc. Progressive Restaurant Concepts COL and Mrs. John L. Ramey COL and Mrs. John E. Riley Mr. and Mrs. Edward Robinson
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Rogers Sara - Bay Financial Corp Mr. and Mrs. Eric W. Schmidt Mr. David Allen Simmons, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Simpson Ms. Edwina M. Simpson Dennis Smith LTC and Mrs. Dess D. Smith III, USA (Ret.) Dr. and Mrs. Clifford W. Smith, Jr. Mr. John Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Torino Travis Enterprises LLC C.T. and Joelle Trumbo Mr. Edward S. Turner COL and Mrs. Fred Van Horn, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Pete Williams
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A Course/Line L.L.C. Active Minerals International, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Trevor J. Addison Billy and Sandra Allen Mr. Larry Allen Mr. Richard Aschettino Dr. Adel Bakr Dr. Stephen Barber Mr. and Mrs. Robin N. Bargeron Mr. and Mrs. Keith Barlow Base Camp Connections, LLC Ms. Anne B. Bateman Mrs. Robin Becker Beckham’s Used Cars, Inc. Blackbird Coffee Ms. Libby V. Blair Mr. G. R. Blanchard Sr. Blue Sky Agency BMH Insulators, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bradley Mr. and Mrs. James A. Brady III Mr. Michael Burnett Mr. Charles M. Cadenhead Drs. Dan and Ann Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Leo V. Cancio Cass High School Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood F. Chandler, Jr. Chick-fil-A Mr. William C. Clark LTC and Mrs. Wilfred D. Clayton (Ret.) Cogentes, Inc. Ms. Gail Colgan Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Colwell Thomas D’ Abruzzo Dalton High School Dr. Therry N. Deal Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Deen Mr. John J. Dennis Mr. Hugh O’Neall Dicks DL Consulting, LLC COL John J. Dolac Mr. Otis L. Durham, Jr. Edmunds Metal Works Inc. Elite Gym USA Mr. Michael Fricke G & S Gas Service, Inc.
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Honorary Alumna Inez Hawkins | GMC Inez L. Hawkins Family Scholarship There are two major loves in Inez Hawkins’ life – her family and Georgia Military College. Through the Inez L. Hawkins Family Scholarship established in 2012, she has found a way to graciously and generously give back to both. Hawkins holds a special place in her heart for GMC for several reasons. It is where she attended first through seventh grades at then-GMC Grammar. It is where she worked for eighteen years, including as biology teacher, Science Department Chairperson, and vice president for development. It is also where a number of Hawkins’ family members, including her brother and son, attended school. In the early 2000s, Hawkins joined the GMC Foundation Board, where she became familiar with the scholarship funding options available even with modest contributions. For her, establishing the Inez L. Hawkins Family Scholarship was an easy and meaningful decision. “I wanted to do something to honor the ones who are still living and memorialize those who had died,” Hawkins
says, referring to her family. “And I wanted to do it in a way that would impact people positively for years to come.” Each year, the Inez L. Hawkins Family Scholarship provides tuition assistance for a GMC Prep School or Junior College student who is struggling academically but has a strong character and the heart to succeed. “There’s very little help for ‘C’ and ‘D’ students who show potential,” says Hawkins, who, as a teacher, knew firsthand about students with average GPAs who “show promise and possess the qualities we extol at GMC.” By establishing the need-based scholarship through her estate, Hawkins ensures that the Inez L. Hawkins Family Scholarship will continue to provide tuition assistance for GMC students in perpetuity. “You don’t have to be wealthy or have great sums of money to help make a difference in people’s lives,” Hawkins says.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Gandy Ms. Charlotte Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Scott Garpow Judge Hulane George Mr. Sean Gillespie GMC Academic Records Office Mr. Robert Goggans, Jr. Goodie Gallery Hamil Fitness Haralson County High School Mr. and Mrs. Gregory R. Harrington Harris & Company Inc. Ms. Merel J. Harrison Ms. Hersha S. Herndon Ms. Nancy H. Hill Mrs. Rhonda Harding Hincapie COL and Mrs. John K. Holsonback Dr. Susan Isaac Mr. Larry Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Greg Kendall Kenny Evans Mrs. Juanita King Loan Depot LLC Magnolia State Bank of Eastman Mr. and Mrs. Shawn B. Mahaney Dr. George E. Martinez Mr. and Mrs. Dell Mason LTC Richard A. Massey, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCook Ms. Carol B. McCook Mr. Rhonda McHan Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Meeks, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Shawn C. Mercer Mr. Edward Dean Mills LTC and Mrs. William G. Mills The Honorable and Mrs. William T. Moore, Jr. BG and Mrs. Reginald G. A. Neal North Paulding High School Mrs. Valerie Osborne
Park Hospitality Group LLC Mrs. Vonnie Parramore-Cesar Ms. Marlene Peavy Pickle Barrell Pubs LLC Piedmont Regional Surgical Assoc Pittman Towing Service, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Wallace D. Poston Mr. Matthew Poyner Mr. and Mrs. Garland Riner Ringgold High School Mrs. Kelli Rutherford RV Assessories LLC Mr. and Mrs. Randy Sanders Mr. Stephen B. Scott Mr. Stephen Scott Mr. David A. Sheppard Sheridan Construction Mr. Adam Shields Mrs. Amber Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Smith Mr. Ronald R. Smith Mrs. Karin Smith South Cobb High School Southern Classic Investor Mr. Randy Sowell CPT and Mrs. Ben Z. Stauber Dr. Carol M. Stiles T-Bones Nursery The Union Recorder The Woman’s Care Center The Honorable and Mrs. Hugh P. Thompson Mrs. Marlene Tompkins Mr. Jeffery Tourangeau Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vance Kristin Villareal Mr. Erik J. Walton Ms. Amy A. Walton
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Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Mr. Frank Ahouse Mr. and Mrs. Russell Alford MAJ Carey A. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Al E. Blackburn, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene B. Brannen, Jr. Mr. Donald E. Brannon Mr. James T. Bridges Mr. Richard H. Brinkley, Jr. COL Gene L. Brown, USA (Ret.) Mr. Donald Buckner Mr. Timothy L. Burley Mr. Joe S. Carswell Mr. Richard K. Cheek Dr. and Mrs. George Coletti Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Council Mr. Edward N. Cox, Jr. Mr. Richard C. Dailey LTC Harry J. Dempsey, USA (Ret.) Mr. Hugh O’Neall Dicks Mr. Otis L. Durham, Jr. Dr. Rich T. Elmore, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Embry Mr. and Mrs. John T. Fickett LCDR Gary L. File Mr. Scott M. Fitzgerald
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Mr. and Mrs. John H. Flathman Mr. Brad L. Foskey Mr. Jackson G. Gemmell CSM and Mrs. Steve Greer Mr. James E. Hardman Ms. Inez Hawkins Mr. Denny W. Heard Mr. John Hoffman, Jr. COL and Mrs. John K. Holsonback Mr. James L. Hoover, Jr. Mr. Terry M. Johnson Mr. Stephen G. Kunkel Mr. Sherry E. Mathis Major Edward J. McCaffrey Jr., USA (Ret.) Mr. David M. McClain Mr. Richard McGehee Mr. Walker McKnight, Jr. Mr. Dan F. McMillan Sr. Mr. Edward Dean Mills The Honorable* and Mrs.WilliamT. Moore, Jr. Mr. Martin H. Moses Mr. William Nevins Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Noles Mr. and Mrs. Cliff T. Owdom
Dr. Stuart J. Padove Mr. Grover L. Page Mr. John P. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Wallace D. Poston Mrs. Judye Rhea COL and Mrs. John E. Riley Mr. and Mrs. Edward Robinson III Mr. and Mrs. Eric W. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Seymour Mr. David M. Sherman COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Mr. Steve H. Sleightholm LTC and Mrs. Dess D. Smith III, USA (Ret.) CPT and Mrs. Ben Z. Stauber Bobby and Angelo Terrell COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance COL and Mrs. Thomas G.Torrance, USA (Ret.) Mr. Edward S. Turner Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Underwood Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vance Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Watson Kenneth R. Westbrook Mr. James S. Whelan Steve and Sharon Wiley
Denise and Jim Wansley Mr. and Mrs. Monte C. Washburn Mr. Jeffery C. Wells WHB Wealth Management Group LLC Mr. James S. Whelan Mr. Michael J. Wieland Steve and Sharon Wiley Wilkinson Used Cars, LLC John Wood III
MG* and Mrs. William P. Acker Mrs. Valette J. Adkins Mr. and Mrs. Russell Alford All Crane & Hoist Services, Inc Mr. and Mrs. Blair T. Allen-Dietrich Mr. Charles D. Anderson MAJ Carey A. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Howard Arner Ms. Holly M. Arnold Bryan Arriaga Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Ashfield Atlanta Braves Foundation Roger S. and Carol E. Austin Mrs. Jennifer Barden Mr. and Mrs. Steve Barsby Mrs. Helen Bass Mr. Jerry Batchelor Baynes Army Store Mr. Mark Belcher Mrs. June Benson Ms. Ann M. Bertoli Ms. Laura Booth Dr. Charles Borden Ms. Ginny J. Bouchard Mrs. Allison Boyer Mrs. Emily Boylan Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bragg Mr. Donald E. Brannon Mr. James T. Bridges Mr. and Mrs. Guerry Brooks Dr. Linda A. Brown Dr. Jennifer Duckworth Brown Ms. Rebecca E. Brown COL Gene L. Brown, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Ace Brown Mrs. Brooke Bruton Mr. Christopher Bryan Mr. Daniel Burke Mr. Taylor Burks Mr. John T. Burks Mr. Timothy L. Burley Ms. Britt O. Byrd C&B Processing Cadet William B. Caldwell, V Ms. Linda B. Calvert Mr. Brandon Cantrell Dr. and Mrs. Howard Caplan Ms. Joy Cartwright CBA Of GA Mr. and Mrs. Teddie L. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Don S. Chapman Mr. Richard K. Cheek Mr. and Mrs. Vince Ciampa Mr. Robert M. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Barnie T. Collins, Jr. Mr. Charles W. Comfort Jr.
Complete Auto Care Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Council Rusty Courson Mr. Thomas M. Courson Mr. Edward N. Cox, Jr. Cruise Car Inc. Mrs. Sara Cumby Mr. Robert A. Daniell Mrs. Starla S. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. DeLoach LTC Harry J. Dempsey, USA (Ret.) Mr. Shawn Dennis BG and Mrs. Rock Donahue, US Army (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Donnelly III Mr. Thomas Drew Drive The Business Mr. Dion Duarte Ms. Mary Ellen Eaton EIS Transportation Inc. Mr. Charles Elder Jr. Jessica Eldridge Mr. and Mrs. John G. Embry Mrs. Amber R. Evans Mr. Robert E. Evans Express Tire and Auto Mrs. Jodi Hooks H. Feathers Lisa Federico Ms. Yvonne E. E. Ferrell Mr. and Mrs. John T. Fickett Mr. Scott M. Fitzgerald Ms. Louise Florencourt Ms. Carolyn S. Fordham Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Foreman, Jr. Mr. Bryant Foster Mr. and Mrs. Ken Franks Freedom Church Mr. Harold D. Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Garrett Mr. Jackson G. Gemmell Georgia Dawgs RV Club, Inc. Georgia Mining Foundation Georgia Threads, LLC Glow Salon & A Spa, LLC Ms. Lynn Gordon Mr. Geoff Grandstaff Mr. John R. Grant Mr. Daniel B. Grantham Mrs. Lonna Greene Gunby Enterprises Mrs. Leslie W. Gunter Ms. Leslie C. Hafer MAJ and Mrs. Shannon L. Hanson Ms. Tina Harclerode Mr. James E. Hardman Xionghui He SFC Joseph P. Henao Mr. Willie J. Hence Mr. Richard E. Herdegen Mrs. Robert H. Herndon Sr. Carolyn Herne and Craig Rotter Brittany Hincapie Mr. John Hoffman, Jr. Ms. Mikayla A. Holmes Ms. Pamela House Ms. Lisa H. Hudson Bradley Hunter IBM Corporation Matching Grants Program Intergrated Computer Surveillance MAJ and Mrs. Robert K. Irvin
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Mrs. Rollin W. Ivey, Jr. Ivey’s Tire Service Mr. and Mrs. Darrel G. Jackson James G. Swift Associates Jeffery and Amy Wilkinson Johnnie McDade Grocery Lynn H. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnson Joiner & Ewing Industries DBA Amici Milledgeville Mary Moore Jones Ms. Jennifer G. Jones Mr. Ted L. Jones JTF Properties, LLC COL and Mrs. Ralph L. Kauzlarich Ms. Mary Keating Mr. Bal Khadka Ms. Carolyn J. Kjer Mr. and Mrs. Knowles Mr. Stephen G. Kunkel Ms. Elaine Lacker Mrs. Lynda L. Lamarre Dr. and Mrs. James E. Lee LTC and Mrs. David Lewis, USA (Ret.) Ms. Amy Loerzel Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T. Long Mrs. Sharon Lord Lowe Electric Supply Company Mr. and Mrs. Jon Luecke Ms. Carol Maccurrach Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Madden Mrs. Holly Maestas Mrs. Melody M. Manning Ms. Johann Manning Mr. and Mrs. Karl Manrodt Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marbut Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Mark, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Martin Mr. and Mrs. Alberto C. Martinez, Jr. Mr. Sherry E. Mathis Mrs. Marian M. Maxey Smith Mr. David Maxwell BG and Mrs. Richard L. McCabe, USA (Ret.) Mrs. Sharon McClung
Mr. Richard McGehee Edgar Perry McKenzie Ventures LLC Dr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Pillion Mr. Dan F. McMillan Sr. Dr. William L. Proctor Mr. and Mrs. Dennis N. McShurley Mrs. April G. Raley Mr. and Mrs. Homer N. Meier, Jr. Ms. Shana Reid Jonathan Meyer Dr. William Reid Mr. Herbert Marshall Meyer Mrs. Judye Rhea Middle Ga Softball USSSA Ms. Mary Kay Rickard Mr. and Mrs. Stan Mileski Mrs. Lisa Robinson Mr. Joshua D. Miller Ms. Alisha Rochon Ms. Hali R. Minter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers Mitchelle Road Presbyterian Church, Royal Tee’s Inc PCA Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Rutherford Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Moddelmog Mr. Simon Ryan LTC and Mrs. Edward T. Moore Mr. Rick Salcedo Ms. Barbara Moore and Mr. Rich Ms. Sara Samuel Welmering COL and Mrs. Richard Scheff Ms. Debbie Moore Jennifer Schneck Moore’s Funeral Home, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Seagraves Mr. and Mrs. Toby Moreau Mr. Michael Sheridan Mr. Otto Conn Morrison Dr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Martin H. Moses Mr. Robert Paul Sherwood Ms. Jane L. Moses Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sikes Lt. and Mrs. Donald Nau Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Simmons Mrs. Sarah Neal Mrs. Frances R. Simpson Mr. William Nevins Mrs. Mary Simpson Newcomers Club of Milledgeville Mr. and Mrs. James Sims Mrs. Echo Niblett Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Smith Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Noles Southern Refreshment Norris Wheel & Brake Southern Sass Salon Northridge Christian Church, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Speir Northside Hospital Marketing Dept. Bryant and Jennifer Spencer Mr. Andrew Okraski Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Spencer LTC Terry O’Neill Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Spencer Ms. Georgia Overman Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Spiler Mr. Tony Owen, Jr. Sports Network International, Inc Dr. Lee B. Padove Ms. Lucy Steele Dr. Stuart J. Padove Ms. Alisa W. Stephens Mr. Grover L. Page Dr. Derek Stone Papa Corporation Mr. Rodney Strrother Mr. Ralph J. Parrado Reverend and Mrs. William H. Stubba Dr. and Mrs. Charles R. Patisaul Stuggard Lite Bleu LLC Ms. Tammie W. Pennington Ms. Amelia F. Summers Mr. John P. Perry T & S Hardwoods, Inc. Ms. Kathy Perry Mr. Thomas Tait
Naming Donors GMC Academic Records Office Mrs. Betty C. Baugh Mr. and Mrs. Luther K. Beason Dr. and Mrs. John H. Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. John T. Fickett Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gray Dr. and Mrs. Mike Holmes The Honorable E. Culver Kidd III LCDR and Mrs. Jay Knight, USN (Ret.) Dr. William B. Lee Ms. Anne Martin Major Edward J. McCaffrey Jr., USA (Ret.)
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The Honorable* and Mrs. Powell A. Moore Mr. Martin H. Moses LTG* and Mrs. Max W. Noah, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Shane Robbins Lt. COL and Mrs. R. Edward Shelor COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Mr. Randy Sowell Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Dr. Don E. Thomas, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Tucker Mr. James F. Wilkinson, Sr.
Bobby and Angelo Terrell The Thompson Foundation The Tint Shop Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Brent Thomas Ms. Heidi Thomas Dr. Don E. Thomas, Jr. Mr. DeWitt Thompson, IV Mr. and Mrs. Ren Thorne Mr. Scott Thornton Mr. Greg B. Torrance Mrs. Jill Towns Mr. James Tuller Twin Lakes Physical Therapy United Way of Greater Rochester Mr. David Ussery Dr. Erlinda Valdecanas Major Robert T. Van Dine Mrs. Glenadine M. Vanderberg VBRN Investments LLC Lonnie Vogler W.A. Bragg Wages & Sons Funeral Home Ms. Lisa A. Wagner Waller Family Partnership, LLC Mrs. Amanda Walton Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ward Ms. Katherine Watson Mr. Mark Weaver Ms. Kelly Weems Kenneth R. Westbrook Ms. Faye A. Wheat Kent & Melanie Wheeler Patricia Wheeler Mr.* and Mrs. Fielding Whipple Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilcher, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Wilkins, Jr. Wilkinson Auto Rental, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Williams II Ms. Stephanie Williams Mr.* and Mrs. W. Cannon Williams Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Williamson III Mr. Christopher Willox Mr. James E. Wilson III Ms. Eloise Wood Mr. and Mrs. Randy Woods Robin and Sue Wright Jessica Yearwood Ms. Vicki Zimmerman Ms. Amy Zipperer
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Mr. and Mrs. James E. Abbott Ms. Gabrielle Abbott Blakely Abbott Mr. and Mrs. Terrell E. Abernathy Mr. and Dr. Robert Adams Ms. Sydney Adams Ms. Laquita Y. Addison Mrs. Lekha U. Adiani S. Agee Mrs. Allison Agin Samuel Akers Mr. Mark Alan Mrs. Joan M. Alby Ms. Leigh Aldhizer Mr. Andrew Aldhizer Ashlyn Alford
Mr. Justin Alford Ms. Diana Allen Daniela J. Alvarez Mr. Ethan Amason AmazonSmile Ms. Karen V. Ambellas-Cates Amici Cafe Ms. Janis Anderson Ms. Amari D. Anderson Ms. Mar’kia A. Anderson Mr. Jacob Anderson Jessie Archebelle Cooper Archebelle Ms. Emily Arp Mr. Louis N. Ashmore Ms. Lindsey Atkinson Ms. Amber Austin Colby R. Avery Mr. Caleb Aycock Abigail Aycock Mr. Christopher M. Babb Ms. Sandy Babcock Mr. William Bache Landon Bache Logan Bache Mr. Jacob Bailey Ms. Camilla Baker Kadyn S. Baker Mr. Nathanael Baker LTC Ray E. Ball Mr. Jason Barbee Ed Barbee Britton S. Barbee Miss Jordan Barbee Miss Lauryn Barber Branden Barlow Ms. Teresa L. Barnes Dr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Barnes Mr. Michael Barnes Mr. Andrew Barnes Caytlin Barnes JoAnne Barrs Mrs. Debbie Barsby Riley Barsby Mr. Ryan M. Barsby Ms. Debra A. Bartholomew Andrew Barton Connor J. Bass Mr. Alexander Bateman Cadet James O. Bateman Chavares Battle Mr. Nolan Baugh Wyatt J. Baugh Miss Polly Rose Baugh Ms. Brianna Bazemore Ms. Hope Beasley Mr. William H. Beckerleg II Mr. Cody Beckham Alexis Becks LTC and Mrs. Patrick Beer, USA (Ret.) Dianne Bell Millany H. Bell LTC and Mrs. Charles B. Bennett Joseph Benson Mr. Jay M. Bentley Heidi Bentley Katharine Bentley Camden J. Bentley Miss Madison Bentley
Mr. Brett Bentley Ms. Lynda Bernhardt Ms. Shanadia A. Berry Ms. Solomon Betanga Better World Books Cory Bivins Mr. and Mrs. Joel Black Mr. Josh M. Black Victoria Black Christian W. Black Mrs. Mandy Blackwell Miss Lyssa Blair Mr. Jordan Bland Mr. and Mrs. Michael Blizzard Ms. Beth Blizzard Walker M. Bloodworth Miss Lizzie Kate Bloodworth Blossoms Ms. Marsha Bohannon Ms. Shayla Bolt Karen Bond Amanda and Jeremy Bond Mrs. Monica Bonner Ms. Khalifa Bonner Mr. Randall Bonser SFC Undrey M. Bostic Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bourne Maggie Bowes Carter Bowes Noah Brack Miss Abigail Brack Mr. Jordan Bradley Mr. Jonathan Bradley Samantha Bradley Katy Bradley Ms. Thulia L. Bramlett Ms. Deborah Branan Miss Mary Grace Branan Mr. and Mrs. Eugene B. Brannen, Jr. Ms. Laura Brantley Mr. Evan Brantley Mrs. Katherine Bray Kathryn Brennan James Brewer Mr. James Brewer Mr. Jacob Bright Mr. Richard H. Brinkley, Jr. Miss Gracie Brookins Mr. Corey Brookins Javian Brookins Ms. Suzanne Brooks Mrs. Debra Brooks Megan Brooks Ansley Brooks Mr. Ryan M. Brooks Miss Kennedy Brooks BG and Mrs. Doyle D. Broome Jr., USA (Ret.) Lekeia Brown Ms. LaWanda A. Brown Ms. Becky Brown Miss Abigail Brown Miss Ivey Brown Onicka Brown Miss Hannah C. Brown Christen Brown Cynthia Brown Ms. Peniel Brown Mr. Richard W. Brown
‘A WAY OF HONORING HIM’ Since enrolling at Georgia Military College Prep School in sixth grade, senior cadet Caroline Wood has filled her days with academic studies and extracurricular activities. Through the years, when Wood wasn’t hitting the books, you could find her cheering the football team, running track, or performing on stage. From sixth through ninth grades, Wood competed on the GMC Prep School track and field team, taking home a state championship trophy in her ninth-grade year. She was a member of the football cheerleading squad from sixth through eleventh grades. Since becoming a high school senior, however, Wood has chosen to focus her extracurricular time on theatre and acting. Wood has been active with theater and auditioning for plays since ninth grade when she was cast for her first-ever role, landing a part in the GMC Prep School production of the Broadway musical classic “Guys and Dolls,” which is still her favorite. “Everybody felt like family,” she recalls of her initial theatrical experience. “And we ended up winning state – which I didn’t think was a possibility.” At the start of her sophomore year, Wood was awarded a scholarship from the NewDay USA Foundation that fully covered the cost of her
tuition through twelfth grade. The generous gift ensures Wood is able to finish her high school years at GMC Prep School, continue to express her thespian side, and graduate with the Class of 2019. NewDay USA is a VA mortgage lender with a concerted focus on assisting active-duty military personnel, veterans, and their families. Since 2013, the NewDay USA Foundation has awarded scholarships to military high school students based on a certain performance criteria for the student and the distinguished military service of a parent or guardian, which includes fallen soldiers and Gold Star families like the Woods. The late Major Roy Wood Sr. was a member of the Army National Guard Special Forces Group, who died in 2004 while serving in Afghanistan. The NewDay USA Foundation scholarship holds special meaning for Caroline Wood. “It was a way of honoring him,” she says of her father. “And it was nice to see people remember him after that long.” Upon graduation from GMC Prep School, Wood plans to attend Georgia College & State University where she wants to major in nursing. “I’ve always wanted to help others and that was just one way,” Wood says.
Prep Senior/Class of 2019 Caroline Wood | GMC NewDay USA Foundation Scholarship recipient IT BEGINS WITH A VISION
Ms. Heidi C. Brumbalow Mr. and Mrs. John Brunson Muriel Bryan Dawson S. Bryant Mr. Cole Buchanan Mr. Donald Buckner Ms. Taylor E. Budrys Mr. Michael Bunch Ms. Barbara A. Bundrage Mrs. Ashley Bunn Mr. and Mrs. Timothy B. Burkhalter Nevaeh Burls Ms. Terri Burner Piper Burnette Mrs. Jo Burns Stephen Butch Ms. Erica Butts Jamond Butts Jontavious Byner Kenneth Byous Mr. Ben Cairns Emre Cakir Ms. Cristina Caldwell Mr. Owen Caldwell Miss Anna Caldwell Mr. Calder Calhoun Mr. Fitzroy Campbell Mr. Gavin Cantrell Ms. Heather Capshaw Mrs. Judy Carman Miss Kelsey Carpenter Caroline Carter Mrs. Suzanne Caskey Mrs. Brittany Cawley Mr. and Mrs. John Chambers Ethan Chapman Miss Caroline Charnes Miss Kinsey Charnes Mr. Craig Chastney Kylah M. Chatman COL and Mrs. Charles L. Cheeves Miss Madison Childers Mrs. Patricia M. Childers Mr. and Mrs. David Childs Mr. Corneliu D. Chiorescu Miss Janelle Clark Mr. Malcolm Clayton Ms. Sheila D. Clemmons Anthony Cleveland Dr. Patricia S. Coates Brandon A. Cobb Ms. Natasha D. Cobb Jamiyah Coffee Mr. Bryon E. Coleman Mrs. Carol Coleman Lee Coleman COL Ray Coles Mrs. Amber R. Collins Mr. Charles R. Collins Reverend Charles A. Collins, Jr. Ms. Maria Collins Kierra Colquitt Mr. and Mrs. Alton Colwell Mr. Chase Colwell Mr. Steven E. Conner Mr. Logan Cook Mrs. Rene Y. Cook Miss Breanna Cooley Mr. Christopher Copeland
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‘I BELIEVE IN THE MISSION OF GMC’
Prep/JC Alumnus Dr. John Ferguson | GMC GMC Supporter/Foundation Executive Committee Shortly after establishing his successful orthodontist practice in Milledgeville in the early 1970s, Dr. John Ferguson (HS ’61, JC ’63) began his now decades-long tradition of generously giving of his time and treasure to support his beloved alma mater Georgia Military College. He still recalls walking to the GMC campus on a New Year’s Eve to deliver his first of many checks. “I thought GMC was the best place to put it, other than my church,” Ferguson said of his initial contributions. “I don’t think there’s been a year when I haven’t given something. I believe in the mission of GMC and what it does for our students.” GMC has been a significant part of Ferguson’s family since before he was born. His father, John Luther Ferguson, became dean at GMC in July 1943, less than four months before John Ferguson was born. Both John Ferguson and his younger brother, David Ferguson, attended the then allboys GMC Prep School, where their father taught science courses. John Ferguson’s daughter, Dr. Emily Ferguson May, is also a GMC Prep School alumna. Although Ferguson was accepted at Emory University, he chose to attend college at GMC, then spend a year at the University of Georgia before starting at Emory College. Not long after he returned to Milledgeville in 1972, after spending two years in the U.S. Army that included a tour of duty in Vietnam and returning to Emory
University to complete an orthodontic residency, Ferguson began his first of many years serving as GMC Alumni Association president. He currently serves as first vice chairman for the GMC Foundation Executive Committee, and also sits on the Development and Finance committees. The same qualities Ferguson appreciated most at GMC as a student and as a parent of a student – superior academics, an emphasis on discipline, and character-based education – are the exact same ones he is passionate about supporting through his contributions. And why he and his wife, Janet Pennington Ferguson, continue to give generously to GMC in any way they can. Over the years, the Fergusons have made a variety of monetary contributions to GMC, including to unrestricted funds to be used wherever operational needs are the greatest, as well as toward restricted funds that provide student scholarships to ensure children from low-income families are able to attend GMC Prep School or Junior College. More than 50 years after he attended GMC, Ferguson can still vividly recall many fond memories. He plans to continue giving to restricted and unrestricted projects at GMC, such as the performing arts, fiscal improvements, and scholarships. Those future donations will add to the many ways Ferguson has continued to give back to GMC to ensure current and future students can create their own special memories and successful careers.
Mr. Everett Cordy Briana M. Cosey Mrs. Latoya M. Costello LTC Marilu Deason Couch Gracie Courson Madeleine Cowhig Skylar G. Cox Natalie R. Craft Miss Rylee Craft Miss Sydney Craft Joanna Crockett Mr. Kevin Cronin Charles P. Cruey II Ms. Emery Cruiz Mr. Will Culberson Mr. Marty Cummings Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Cupp COL William W. Curl, Jr. Mr. Richard C. Dailey Jayden Daniel Blake Daniel Jonathan Daniel Quinton Dant Mr. Michael B. Darley Mrs. Lisa A. Davall Dr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Davidson, Jr. Mr. Dewey Davis MAJ Shannon G. Davis Ms. Ebony S. Davis Miss Kennedy-Paige Davis Miss Morgan Davis Nastasia Davis Mrs. Shanta Davis MAJ Diane Deariso Josie L. Deason William Deason Master Joel Deen Master Andrew Deen Miss Joshwelle Dela Rama Mr. Tom Delinger Mrs. Melody DeLoach Mr. Julian Dempster Mr. Branan B. Dennard Miss Kristin Dennard Mr. and Mrs. Britton Dennis Mrs. Heather D. Denson Designer Tan, LLC Ty’kia Devero Ms. Melanie DeVore Mrs. Ciara Dickerson Justin T. Diep Robert Dinwiddie Kelsi C. Dixon Miss Nakyla Dixon Ja’bari Dixon Ally-Rae Dobler Kyra Dobler Lyra M. G. Domingue Davia Donaldson Mr. Arthur Donnelly Wanda Dorsey Diana Draper Mr. Alton J. Dudley Ms. Angelyn A. Duke Mr. Joe B. Duke II Mr. Davis A. Duke Miss Shelby Duke Lynette Dundon Miss Reagan Dunn
Barrett H. Dunn Alyssa Dunn Kina Durden Gianna Dykes Dylan Stephens Photography Kamina Early Eclectic Joe and Haywood Edwards Miss Jessica Edwards Eiring Anesthesia Associates PC Mrs. Amanda Elder Prof. Randy Elvidge COL Gary Emory Mr. Jared Enger Haley English Angelina Escamilla Martinez Ms. Donna H. Estes Emma L. Evans Mark A. Evans Mr. Steven P. Everett Eye Surgery Center of Augusta Mr. Mark Fairbrass Mr. Jeffrey S. Faircloth Mr. Clayton Faircloth
TJ L. Foston Mrs. Tanya M. Fountain Reverend Tony Fraley Miss Dasia Fraley Miss Leah Frazier Miss Emily Frazier Hannah Frazier Ms. Marilyn D. French Mr. Alex French Alexis French Alexander Fricke Ms. Kaylee B. Fuller Capt. Avery D. Fulp Mr. Baity Gailer Mrs. Elizabeth Gaither Miss Monica Garcia Dr. and Mrs. Bernardo R. Garcia- Granda Mr. and Mrs. Marvin W. Garrard II Ms. Linda Garrett Ms. Gloria Garrett Mr. Cooper Garrett Miss Chloe Garrett Mr. Charles L. Garrison
Byron Grantham Mrs. Christina Graves Kadin Graves Miss Cassey Graves Mr. Tyler J. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Green II Mr. Billy T. Green Sr. Mr. Michael Green Ms. Sharon L. Greene Mrs. Dawn Greene Dr. Steve Greer Aiden Greer Abbigail Greer Mr. Chad I. Griffin COL Patti Griffin USA (Ret.) Nicholas Griffin Joshua Griffin Mr. Spencer Griffin Miss Shelby Griffin Mrs. Alesia S. Griffin Ms. Kirsten Grimes Ms. Nikki Grimes Mr. Cody Gunderson Dalton B. Haddock
Mr. and Mrs. Bill S. Hargrove MAJ and Mrs. Leonard Harmon Miss Megan A. Harper Miss Devon Harper Gregory Harper Mr. Lynn M. Harrington Mr. Millard L. Harrington Ms. Lida H. Harrington William Harrington Evan T. Harrington TSGT Sid K. Harris Mr. Charles D. Harris Mr. William J. Harris Ms. Lauren Harris Mrs. Joy E. Harris Miss Dasia Harris Jackson Harris Mr. W. Rhett Harrison Mrs. Tina Harrison Miss Madison Hartzog Alana Harvey Sylvette Harvey Bethany Harwell Colin Haskins
Kelsie Farley Kaylon Farley Ms. Nicole Farrar Mr. Daniel S. Fechner Chandler Ferguson Betty Fields Mr. Josh Fields LCDR Gary L. File Mr. Richard Findlay Crawford C. Finley Patrick Finnegan Ms. Erin Fisher Cathy and Steven Fishman Wanda Fleming Connie and Hazel Fletcher Christopher Fluellen Mr. and Mrs. Mark Culberson Mr. Nickolos Flynt Mr. and Mrs. Russ Foote Mr. Latham Foster Mr. and Mrs. Cire Foston Mr. Eulysses Foston Cire’ Foston
Mrs. Agnes Gichana Gracie Gilbert Benjamin Giles Mr. Michael Gillies Dr. John Gillis Marco Gillis Ms. Kristin Girard Gouhl Nathaniel J. Gise Mr. Russell Glover Ms. Megan L. Glover Miss Stella Glover Chaze Goddard Mr. and Dr. Fred Godin Miss Emma Kate Godin Mr. Donald Goebel, Jr. Mr. Don K. Goggans Drake F. Golden Ms. April Gonzalez Ms. Joannah Gourley Ms. Jean Graham Mr. Alan C. Grant Ms. Tabitha Grant Gary Grantham
Mr. Caleb Haines Hair Studio Eddie Hairston Virginia Hall Mr. Wayne A. Hall 2LT Joshua M. Hall Ms. Blair Hall Ms. Crystal Z. Hall MAJ Ronnie L. Hammock Mrs. Julia C. Hammond Ms. Vaishali Handa Ms. Barbara Hanford COL Thomas W. Hanley Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Alec S. Hansel Mr. Ben L. Harbin Ms. Leanna Harbor Mr. Gary Hardie Mr. J. W. Hardie Mr. Russell Harding Ms. Janice Hardy LTC Aaron Hardy, Jr. Ms. Ernestine Hargrove
Ms. Lyn Hathaway Mr. Randall L. Hattaway* Mrs. Sandra Havior Bizuwerk Hawkins Mrs. Gena Hayles Mr. Derek Hayles Christopher Haynes Mrs. Toni M. Head Mr. Denny W. Heard Jason M. Heayberd Ms. Stacy Henderson Ms. Traci Henderson Mr. George E. Hendricks Mr. George B. Hendricks Raylee M. Henry Mrs. June W Henson Dr. James Hernandez, Jr. Grayson Herndon Ms. Cathy J. Herring Isabella Herring Rylan Herring Tucker Herring Mr. John R. Herring
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Mr. Gloyce D. Hieber Mr. and Mrs. Price Hightower Taylor Hill Jared Hines Mr. Wesley Hines Anna Hinson Hagan Hinson Marc Hitchins Mr. Frank Hjort Nathan Hodges Mr. George Hogan Sr. Emma Holder Emily Hollis COL Kevin M. Holton, USA Bobbie Hooks Mr. Ashton Hopkins Mr. Grayson Hopkins Mr. Harrison Hopkins Ms. Patricia Horne Ms. Jordan Horton Miss Kayleigh Housworth Mr. Tommy Howell Haeigh Howell A’Kiya Huff Ms. Anne Huffine Mr. and Mrs. Jason Hughes Ms. Joy S. Hughes Mr. Brian M. Humphrey Mrs. Haylee C. Hurley Mrs. Eilish Hurst Farilyn Hurt Mr. Chris Hutchings Morgan Ingram Masouver Ingram Ms. Caitlin N. Isaza Mrs. Jodi Isley Mr. Davis Isley Mr. Charles L. Israel Nyla T. Jackson Mr. Geovic Jadol Leah Jannakos Zachary Jarrard Miss Jayla Jarrett Mr. Kenneth F. Jasnau Mr. Jason Jeffares Mr. Charles Jenkins Mr. Earnest C. Jenkins Mark Johnson Ms. Dione Johnson Ms. Cindy F. Johnson Ms. Barbara Johnson Mrs. Allison G. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson Mr. Tyler Johnson Kayla V. Johnson Carlei A. Johnson Mrs. Cathy L. Johnson Grady Johnson Sara Johnson Mr. Tyrone Johnson Mr. Brian Johnson II Miss Lindy Johnston Mr. Robert M. Joiner Mr. Greg U. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Alan Jones Ms. Maurice C. Jones Ms. Joanne Jones Ms. Mary-Elizabeth L. Jones Kamden Jones
Mrs. Beth Jones Ms. Amy L. Jordan Mr. Gerald Jordan Rico Joseph Kadence Jump Ms. Tristan K. Kaltreider Alexandria Kauzlarich Mr. Garrett Kauzlarich Lane Keen Mr. Dean L. Kelleher Marcia Kelley Mr. Francis A. Kennedy Madison R. Kennedy Ms. Angela Kennedy Ms. Amy Kennedy Danielle Kent Mr. Matthew Z. Keyes Ms. Maltesia Kindle Ms. Melanie King Ms. Kendra D. Kinlow Mr. Aaron Kirkland Mr. Mick Kirkwood Ms. Julie Kitchens Mr. Richard Knapp SFC Wayne M. Knapp, USA (Ret.) Maria Knapp Christian Knapp Miss Caterina Knapp Ms. Chinyere Knight Lindsey Knowles Miss Julia Knowles Mr. William L. Knowles Anna G. Koehler Charles Lam Ms. Chrisanna Lamb Ms. April Lambeck Mr. Javian J. Lango Madison Lattimore Mary Lawrence Javion J. Lawrence Mr. Michael Laws Miss Arleda Lawson Aryana Lawson Mason Leavins Miss Megan E. Leben Ali G. Lebendiger Dr. Thomas Lehman Mr. Michael Lerzo Ms. Tina L. Lewis Griffin Lewis Ms. Emma Lewis Nicole Lewis Deshondre Liggins Aaron Lightner Tyler Lightner Mr. Michael Lill Brittney Little Little Caesars Pizza Mr. and Mrs. Stan Locke Tyler Loerzel Ms. Angela F. Logan Devon Lord Mr. and Mrs. Billy P. Lott Mr. and Mrs. Russell Love Miss Brigid Lowery Mr. Dalton Loyd Shelby R. Lucik Reverend David Luke Derrick Lundy, Jr.
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Ms. Mae Julia Lundy Mrs. Karen Mitchell Mr. James Lunsford Logan Mitchem Lynn Garrard Electrolysis Ms. Giselle Molina Tabitha Maccartee John Mollica Miss Tara MacCartee Zoey Monica Miss Josey Maddox Ms. Jennifer Montgomery Mr. Matthew Maestas Miss Natalie Moody Miss Cecilia Maldonado Mr. Jennifer Moon Mr. Michael Maldonado Kathence Mooneyham Mr. Robert C. Manchester Jaden Mooneyham Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Mangan John Moore Benjamin Manrodt Caemlynn Moore Ms. Brooke Marcum Mr. Dwayne Morgan Mrs. Ruth Marshall Latoshia Morgan Mr. Jacob Marshall Mr. Joel J. Moring, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny L. Martin Mr. Fenton S. Morris Ms. Barbara Martin Mrs. Mary E. Morris Ms. Anne Martin Miss Jessie Morris Hannah Martin Ms. Khalelah A. Mosley Dr. and Mrs. Sandy F. Martinez Mr. Ray Mosley Mrs. Tianna M. Marynell Cheyenne Mosley Mrs. Celes D. Mason Ms. NaTonya Moss Ja’Vez Mason Mrs. Kimberly D. Mountain Mr. Bill Massee Ms. Anna Mullen Mr. and Mrs. Billy H. Matthews, Jr. Ms. Pamela Mullins Ms. Michele May Mrs. Caroline Mumford Ethan May Mrs. Evelyn Murphy Miss Logan May Ms. Mary Murray Mr. Tony A. Mayo Prof. Debra Murray William Mayo Ms. Jessica N. Murray Madison Mays Nathaniel Murray Mrs. Shedina L. McCabe Mr. and Mrs. Bradford G. Nally Abigail McCabe Mr. Jaidin Nay Owen Mccabe Network for Good Mr. Colin McCabe Marcie Newell Mr. David M. McClain Meaghan Newell Kassidy McClain Mrs. Erin A. Newton Mrs. Lisa G. McCollum Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nobels Miss Chesney McCollum Mrs. Ann W. Norton Michael McConnell Mrs. Meghan E. Nugent Mason McConnell Mr. Larry Odell Mr. John McCord Rachel Odom Caitlyn D. McCrary Ms. Geraldine Odujole Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McDade Mrs. Jennifer B. O’Leary Mary Mcdade Mr. Eric R. Olson Ms. Erin McDade Ms. Diann O’Neal Miss Kate McGhee Autumn G. O’Neal Nicholas McHan Jordan A. Overman Mr. Walker McKnight, Jr. Dean Palmer Joseph McMillan III Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Copelan Jacob McMillan Ms. Andrea Parker Mr. Raymond McNeary Maggie Parkman Mr. Jerry M. McRee Mr. Christopher R. Parks Mr. and Mrs. J. David McRee Ms. Judy A. Parks Medical Arts Pharmacy Ms. Jane Parris Ms. Frances Meeks Mr. Andy Patel Mrs. Dana R. Meeks Prince Patel Mr. Daniel M. Merritt Shivani Patel Milledgeville Magnolias Red Hat Miss Harshita Patel Group Mr. Sergio Patitucci Mr. and Mrs. Todd Miller Germaine Patterson Mrs. Marilyn Miller Luke Paulos Mr. Robert Miller Evan Paulson Mr. Jackson Miller Ms. Michelle P. Paulus Miss Sarah Beth Mills James Payne Mr. Brian C. Milner Dr. Robert M. Pearson Morgan Milner Delaney Pearson Mr. James T. Mims Tom Peavy Mission To The World (PCA), Inc Ashton J. Peeler
Joseph Peet Miss Katelyn Pendergast Frank Pendergast, Jr. Zachery Penland Shriyansh Perekh Mrs. Catherine Phillips Mrs. Rosemary I. Phillips Johnathan Phillips Gabe Pinter COL and Mrs. Steve Pitt MAJ Tracy Pittman, USA (Ret.) Daniel H. Platt Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pongracz Ella Pope Aspen Popowski Baylie M. Portwood Miss Kelsee Pounds Emma Powell Mr. Henry C. Power Mrs. Gloria Prance Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prestwood, Jr. Ms. Worth L. Prestwood Mr. Elijah Pringle Mr. Edwin F. Prior Mr. Tommy Prosser II Miss Morgan Prosser Protective Cleaners, Inc. Ronald Pryor Miss Sage Purcell Mrs. April Purcell Bryce Raburn Mr. Al Radney Carley Radney Mr. Edwin P. Rains, Jr. Andie Raley Mitchell Raley Mr. Chase Raley Mr. Ted Ramsdell Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ratliff Mr. Ohm Ray Mr. Dhruv Ray Mr. and Mrs. Elan Reaves Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Redd Tomorion Reese Hunter J. Reeves Ms. Doris Renfroe Madelyn Repzynski Jane Rhodes Robin Rhodes Melinda Rice Matthew R. E. Rice Ms. Eunice M. Richard Matthew Rion Mr. Tyler Rion Mr. DeMahrea Rivers John H. Roach Johnathan Roach Shanon Robbins, Jr. Ms. Clarissa R. Roberson Mr. Thomas J. Roberson, Jr. Mr. Ross L. Robinson Ms. Katilyn Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Craig Rodgers Ms. Lynnette V. Rodriguez Ms. Marina Rodriguez Mrs. Linda W. Rogers Mr. Chad C. Rogers Franklin Rogers Aly B. Rogers
Miss Kali Roland Ms. Kathy Roper MAJ Robert G. Ross, Jr. Jillian Rourke Jonathan Rowe Pate Royal Corrinne Rudolph Mr. Ashley Ruggiero Robert Rushing Mr. Keith Russell Mr. Richard Russo Miss Lauren Rutherford Tony Salloum Dr. and Mrs. John E. Sallstrom Mr. Julie V. Sanders Mr. Louie Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Royce Sanders Ms. Eileen Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sandy Mr. Colby Sanford Jacob Sanford Patricia Sartain Mr. and Mrs. Eddie M. Scarborough Thomas Schell Jason Schneck Ben Schneck Ms. Kelly Schomber Mr. Charles V. Schoof Mr. John J. Schuyler Mr. Dewey J. Scott Ms. Crystal Scott Miss Taylor Scott Ms. Felicia Scott Gabrielle Renee B. Seals Tiara Seals Holden See Mr. Derrf Seitz Ms. Kathryn Self Mr. Larry Sellers Mr. David A. Sexton Blair C. Seymour Mr. Mason Seymour Joan Sharpe Ansley Sheffield Miss Emilie Sherwood Mr. Taylor Sherwood Mrs. Jobie Shields Mrs. April Shoemaker Miss Hannah Shrewsbury Kenyon M. Shy Ms. Keith M. Sibilsky Ms. Shirley Siegel Ms. Maria Siffert Mrs. Sara Simcox Mr. Allen Simmons LT Bob S. Simmons, Jr. Tracy L. Simmons Miss Shayla Simmons Ms. Nannette J. Simmons Mr. Christopher R. Simonavice Ms. Cathy M. Simpkins Ms. Amber Simpson Mr. Mark Simpson Miss Emmaline Simpson Nathan A. Simpson Owen B. Simpson Mr. William P. Sinski Ms. Terri A. Sloan Miss Madison Sloan
Stanford Smalls Mr. and Mrs. Kervin Smith Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith Ms. Priscilla A. Smith Mr. Phillip H. Smith Ms. Alice Smith Mr. Lonzo Smith Dylan L. Smith Bryce Smith Jasmine L. Smith Miss Jasmine Smith Jaiden Smith Mrs. Floydena Smith A’Kyrah Smith Carson Smith Ms. Amelia N. Smith Mr. Jermaine Smith Mrs. Cindy B. Snow Abigail Snow Kaitlyn D. Snow Mrs. Gretchen B. Snyder Ms. Deloris Somers Ms. Betty Sopp Mr. Tom Spann Ms. Susan Spann Mr. and Mrs. Phil Spence Mr. David E. Spence Mr. Dawson Spires Mr. Stelios Spirou Ms. Lynda Stamm Ms. Rachel Stanton Ms. Amber Staples Ms. Christin H. Starling Ms. Jamye A. Starr Ava R. Stasney Miss Melinda Steele Master Jacob Steele Mr. Ethan Steinfeld William Steinfeld Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Steinmeyer Mr. Logan Steinmeyer Mr. Thomas Stembridge De’aisha Stephens Deandria Stephens Steve Rogers Design Julia Stevens Mr. Cameron Stevens Ms. Robbin C. Stretch Gracy Strickland Miss Mattison Strom James W. Strom Mrs. Rhonda M. Sweat Ms. Nahla Swedan Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Swinger Mrs. Cynthia Tafoya Makenna Talcott Mrs. Jessica Tang Ms. Alice Tanner Ms. Joyce Taylor Mr. Michael Taylor Mr. Charlie C. Taylor Ambernaijah Taylor Mr. Blake Taylor Ryley B. Taylor Mr. Kyle J. Taylor Ryan Taylor The Brick, DBA/AUBM Group Ms. Darlene Thigpen Mr. Bruce O. Thomas
‘PHENOMENAL LEADERSHIP TRAINING’ At the age of 8, Charlie Moore (HS ’03) knew exactly what he wanted to do with his life. Moore’s vision for his future had not one, but two goals – join the military and become a physician. He took full advantage of the JROTC activities, camps, training, and leadership opportunities offered at Georgia Military College Prep School. As a GMC Prep School cadet, Moore highly revered the eighthand twelfth-grade battalion commanders, finding himself filling those lofty shoes in his senior year. His duties as high school battalion commander provided him “phenomenal leadership training you don’t normally get at that age,” Moore says. It was his first opportunity to learn and hone his skills as a leader tasked with guiding and motivating his peers. In his role as high school battalion commander, Moore had the responsibility of leading hundreds of cadets during drills, ceremonies, morning formations, parades, and
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training. He also worked with the GMC Prep School JROTC staff to handle operational duties and administrative tasks. Attending GMC Prep School and serving as high school battalion commander instilled in Moore the work ethic, character, interpersonal skills, and training he needed to not only achieve his two life goals but to excel in his current position as Medical Director of the Regimental Special Troops Battalion of the 75th Ranger Regiment at Fort Benning. Moore completed his bachelor’s and medical degrees at Mercer University on a full ROTC scholarship. He now serves as a Major in the U.S. Army, where his responsibilities include handling medical and administrative duties at the Ranger Consolidated Medical Clinic at Fort Benning, training medics, providing medical care, and supporting combat operations during deployments as a physician for Ranger units.
GMC Prep Alumnus/HS Battalion Commander U.S. Army Major/Medical Director, Regimental Special Troops Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment
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David Thomas Mr. Joseph N. Thomas Mary J. Thomas Mr. Cypcyone Thomas Jordan Thomas Mr. Timothy Thomas Toler D. Thompson LTC Gregory D. Thurmond (Ret.) Mrs. Shannon Timberlake Ms. Pam M. Tindal Miss Maelyn Tinsley Mr. Kenneth Tisdale Mr. Mark Tolbert Mr. Ethan Tolentino Mr. Thomas G. Tompkins Bryceston Tompkins Mason Tompkins Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Tooke Kaden Torrance Victoria L. Tran Mr. Gregory M. Tredore Ms. Natasha Tremble Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Trumbo Mr. Christopher Trussell Ms. Leslie A. Turner Tremaino Tyler Mr. Spencer Tyson Mr. James Tyus Mrs. Jacqueline Tyus Mr. Trevor Tyus J’monshae Underwood Taylor Upole Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Usery Ms. Melisssa B. Usry Dr. Jennifer Van Vliet Mr. Justin R. Vanderwerff Mr. and Mrs. Grady A. Vickers, Jr. Avarianna Villarreal Miss Kayla Waddell COL and Mrs. Edward Y. Walker IV
Mr. Joshua Walker Mr. Ronald Walker Dax B. Wall Mr. Justin Wallace Mrs. Brenda Walters Erik Walton Dr. Mary Ward Miss Whitley Ward Miss Janelle Ward Mrs. Cheri D. Wardrup Mr. Ja’Darius Warren Jada Warren Annabelle Warren Ms. Billie A. Washburn Mr. Carson Waters Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Watson Madison Watson Ms. Jennifer Watson Mallory Watts Mr. and Mrs. Al Webb Karen Weldon 1SG and Mrs. Lester Wells, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wells Mr. Charles Wells Leona Wells Mr. and Mrs. Rod Westrom Mr. Ben Wheatley Christopher Whidby, Jr. Bryanna Whidby Mr. William T. White Mr. Benjamin White, Jr. Mr. Armanius White Ms. Megan White Mr. Daniel D. Wilcox Ms. Dianne D. Wilcox Mrs. India L. Wilcox Mrs. Devie D. Wilder Archebelle Marion Wiley, Jr. Miss Sydney Wilkes Mr. Austin Wilkes
GMC ‘73 SCHOLARSHIP DONATIONS A very special thank you to donors of the GMC ’73 Scholarship Fund, whose generosity has made it possible to provide 26 annual scholarships to date and establish an endowment that will fund 8 scholarships a year in perpetuity. Mr. Larry Allen Mr. and Mrs. Robin Bargeron LTC and Mrs. Frank W. Baugh, USAF (Ret.) Ms. Jeanette A. Crawford Mrs. Adria P. Douglas Mr. David L. Farris Dr. and Mrs. Allan Goodrich Mrs. Martha W. Goodrich Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Dr. and Mrs. John F. Harrington, Jr. Ms. Merel J. Harrison Ms. Inez Hawkins Dr. and Mrs. Mike Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Jason Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Darrel G. Jackson Mrs. and Mr. Mona Jackson Mr. Greg U. Jones
Ms. Carolyn J. Kjer LTC (Ret) and Mrs. Jim T. Kjer, USA Mr. and Mrs. Jon Luecke Mr. and Mrs. Dennis N. McShurley Mr. and Mrs. Randy A. New Mr. Ralph J. Parrado Mrs. and LTC Kathy Perez LTC and Mrs. Mike Perez, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Ben Plexico, Jr. COL and Mrs. John L. Ramey Dr. and Mrs. C. Seth Rion Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower COL and Mrs. Thomas G. Torrance, USA (Ret.) LTC and Mrs. Steve M. Torrance Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vance
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‘A QUALITY, AFFORDABLE EDUCATION’
Robins Financial Credit Union
Robins Financial Credit Union Scholarship RFCU SVP/Chief Administrative Officer, Dee Dee Côté, 2017-18 scholarship recipient Taran Bennyhoff, and GMC Warner Robins Executive Director, Ted Ramsdell.
For more than 60 years Robins Financial Credit Union has provided financial services to its members and their families. Despite the notfor-profit financial cooperative’s tremendous growth, with 21 branch locations now serving 35 counties and over 200,000 members, supporting its hometown of Warner Robins remains a top priority. Providing need-based scholarships for students at the Georgia Military College Warner Robins campus is one way Robins Financial Credit Union has chosen to give back to the local community. Since 2015, Robins Financial Credit Union has awarded a GMC-Warner Robins student a $4,000 scholarship to help cover the cost of tuition for a year. “GMC offers a quality, affordable education for kids out of high school,” says Robins Financial Credit Union President and CEO John Rhea, who has been quite impressed with the GMC-Warner Robins recipients chosen and fully plans to continue the scholarship program. The 2017-2018 academic year Robins Financial Credit Union scholarship recipient was sophomore Taran Bennyhoff, who initially enrolled at GMC-Warner Robins as a Dual Enrollment student. He graduated from high school in his junior year, while finishing his freshman year at GMC at the same time. Bennyhoff graduated from GMC-Warner Robins in spring 2018 with a 3.86 GPA and
two Associate of Arts degrees – one in Business Administration and the other in History, which is his favorite subject. To be eligible for the Robins Financial Credit Union scholarship an applicant must be a GMC-Warner Robins full-time student with at least a 2.0 GPA. They must also demonstrate a financial need and be a member of the credit union. Every year, dozens of students apply for the scholarship, GMC-Warner Robins Executive Director, Ted Ramsdell says, with the $4,000 being awarded to the person who has the greatest financial need. Each Robins Financial Credit Union $4,000 scholarship is divided up into $1,000 payments over four quarters, starting with the Fall 1 term. The scholarship funds are applied toward tuition costs along with any financial aid the recipient receives, which means students are able to attend GMC-Warner Robins at absolutely no cost to them. Thanks to the Robins Financial Credit Union scholarship, Bennyhoff was able to attend his sophomore year tuition-free and complete the next step toward earning his Bachelor of Science degree in Business by age 19. From there, Bennyhoff plans to become an entrepreneur. “I hope to fulfill my dream of owning and opening my own restaurant,” he says. “Later, I hope to open more restaurants and hotels.”
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wilkinson, Jr. Mr. Glenn P. Wilkinson Miss Hailey Wilkinson James Wilkinson Mr. Brandon K. Williams Mr. T. H. Williams Zoe Williams Mr. Zach Williams Miss Natalie Williams Mrs. Catrice Williams Ms. Tracie Wilson Miss Sarah Wilson Jacie Wilson Mr. Isaiah Wilson Tosha Wilson Davis Mr. and Mrs. Joe Windsor Janyia Wise Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Wolf Madison L. Wolfe Mr. Robert M. Wood Mr. Clay Wood Mr. Chris Wood Miss Caroline Wood Kamryn Wood Lana Wood Mr. Levi Wooden Travion Woods Mr. Jimmy J. Word, Jr. Nakiyah Worthen Mr. Charles W. Wright Tamya Wright Mr. Mason Yearwood Mrs. Courtney Young Mrs. Moona S. Yu Baylen S. Zielinski
Mr. Fred Bright GMC PREP Bulldog Club Mr. and Mrs. Scott Garpow Mr. Larry Allen LTG William B. Caldwell III Mr. Richard Aschettino Mr. Frank Chambers Sr. Chambers Oil Company Mr. Lew Cordell Dr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Laseter Ms. Carol B. Cox Mrs. and Mr. Cheri D. Wardrup Mr. Charles E. Cox Mrs. and Mr. Cheri D. Wardrup Mr. William R. Craig, Jr. Ms. Carolyn Spivey Ms. Inez Hawkins Mr. Roger I. Daniell Ms. Lisa H. Hudson
Archie Ray Davidson COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Mr. and Mrs. Randy and Susan Woods Mr. Kenneth Tisdale Ms. Camilla Baker Mr. Mike Deason Mr. and Mrs. E. Robinson III Mr. Lee J. Dennis Sr. LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Dr. George L. Echols Alana Harvey Atlanta Braves Foundation Blue Sky Agency COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance Denise and Jim Wansley Dr. and Mrs. Howard Caplan Dr. and Mrs. John E. Sallstrom Dr. Erlinda Valdecanas
Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Joe and Haywood Edwards LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mission To The World (PCA), Inc Mitchelle Road Presbyterian Church, PCA Mr. and Mrs. Ace Brown Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. and Mrs. E. Robinson III Mr. and Mrs. Fielding Whipple Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grant Mr. and Mrs. Joe Windsor Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vance Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Redd Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Cupp Mr. and Mrs. Price Hightower Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Smith
1LT William C. Ahouse Mr. Frank Ahouse Mrs. Judy Archer Mrs. Betty C. Baugh Mr. Tom Bartlett LTC and Mrs. Jim T. Kjer, USA (Ret.) Mr. J. C. Bell Mrs. Alice B. Fraser
IS YOUR NAME MISSING? The Honor Roll of Donors contains names of individuals who have made gifts to Georgia Military College that were processed through The GMC Foundation between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018. There could be several reasons that your name does not appear in what you believe to be the appropriate giving levelâ€”or not appear at all. 1. You made your gift either before July 1, 2017, or after June 30, 2018. 2. You gave more during this period than you realize: Your name may be in the next giving level. 3. You made a pledge instead of an outright gift. If you made a pledge between July 1, 2017, and June 30, 2018, but chose to begin fulfilling it after June 30, 2018, your name will be listed in the 2018-2019 Honor Roll of Donors. Contact the Office of Institutional Development if we omitted your name in error, or if you have questions or corrections: 201 E. Greene Street, Milledgeville, GA 31061. You may also call: 478-387-0230, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Mr. and Mrs. Randy A. New Mr. and Mrs. Russ E. Walden Mr. and Mrs. Russell Love Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bragg Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Moddelmog Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnson Mr. James H. Farr Mr. Rick Salcedo Mr. Thomas Stembridge Mrs. Allison Agin Mrs. Betty C. Baugh Mrs. Caroline Mumford Mrs. Helen Bass Mrs. Karin Smith Mrs. Mary Simpson Mrs. Maxine Goldstein Mrs. Ramon D. Lantz Mrs. Robert H. Herndon Sr. Mrs. Valette J. Adkins Ms. Angelyn A. Duke Ms. Johann Manning Ms. Katherine Watson Ms. Keith M. Sibilsky Ms. Lida H. Harrington Ms. Louise Florencourt Ms. Merel J. Harrison Ms. Susan Spann Ms. Thulia L. Bramlett Northside Hospital Administration Northside Hospital Marketing Department COL Charles W. Ennis Mr. and Mrs. Brent Thomas MAJ John C. Farris USA (Ret.) Mr. David L. Farris Mr. Albert F. Gandy Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Gandy Mrs. Charlotte Gandy Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Gandy Mr. David P. Goodrich COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Mr. and Mrs. Harold I. Goodrich Dr. Lee B. Padove Dr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Goodrich Dr. Lee B. Padove Mr. John C. Green Mr. and Mrs. Ben Plexico MAJ Frank Green Mr. Felix C. Moring MAJ Thomas H. Greer Dr. and Mrs. Steven Greer LTC Robert Greer Dr. and Mrs. Steven Greer Mr. Daniel M. Grimes, Sr. Mr. Harold D. Freeman Mr. James E. Hair LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Troy Landers Harden Mr. and Mrs. Cire Foston Ms. Evelyn Harless MAJ and Mrs. Robert K. Irvin Ms. Nellie M. Hendricks Ms. Merel J. Harrison Mrs. Claire Herrin Brittany Hincapie Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower Mrs. Rhonda Harding Hincapie Major Lyman Hodgman Mr. and Mrs. David Grant
Ms. Merel J. Harrison Mr. Hedrick Isley Dr. and Mrs. C. Seth Rion Mr. Rollin W. Ivey, Jr. Ms. Merel J. Harrison Mr. James L. S. Jennings Mr. and Mrs. E. Robinson III Mr. Harry B. Jennings, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. E. Robinson III Mr. William M. Kemp LCDR Gary L. File Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Council Mr. Richard McGehee Mr. Steve H. Sleightholm Mr. Charles L. Kitchens LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV 1LT Lawrence (Larry) D. Knuth Mr. Charles M. Cadenhead Vivien Kradzinski Cathy and Steven Fishman Elise Little Cathy and Steven Fishman Janet McCaffrey Mr. Eddie J. McCaffrey Jr., USA (Ret.) SGT Chad M. Mercer LTC and Mrs. Charles B. Bennett COL Jere N. Moore, Jr. Ms. Edwina M. Simpson Mr. Edward J. Neal Mrs. Sarah Neal Mr. William Nevins Mr. William Nevins General Max Noah Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mrs. Betty C. Baugh Mrs. Pauline Echols Mr. James T. Paul, Jr. LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. and Mrs. E. Robinson III Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower Mr. and Mrs. Randy A. New Mr. Otto Conn Morrison Ms. Alice Tanner Ms. Merel J. Harrison Mrs. Betty Rich COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance Mr. Henry D. Robbins, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. E. Robinson III Mr. William E. Robinson IV Mary Moore Jones Mr. Greg B. Torrance Mr. Ted L. Jones Mrs. Vonnie Parramore-Cesar Stafford Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower Mr. J W. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Rogers Wynnette W. Samper Dr. and Mrs. John H. Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mrs. Karin Smith Mrs. Susan Schoof Mr. Charles V. Schoof COL and Mrs. John Schuyler Mr. Felix C. Moring Mr. Ralph Sell Mr. Charles Elder Jr.
Mr. Aubrey Hall Simpson Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Ms. Merel J. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. E. Robinson III Mr. and Mrs. Randy A. New Mr. David R. Smith LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. John R. Simpson COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Mr. and Mrs. John P. Thornton Kent and Melanie Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Simpson Mr. Dion Duarte Mr. Larry Allen Mr. Ronald R. Smith Mrs. Frances R. Simpson Mrs. Melody M. Manning Ms. Debbie Moore Ms. Elaine Lacker Ms. Jane Parris Ms. Sandy Babcock Mrs. Laurette Smith Mr. and Mrs. John P. Thornton Mr. Nathaniel E. Smith COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance Dr.* and Mrs. George L. Echols Georgia Dawgs RV Club, Inc. LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. and Mrs. Britton Dennis Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. and Mrs. E. Robinson III Mr. and Mrs. J. David McRee Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vance Mr. and Mrs. Rod Westrom Mr. Jerry M. McRee Mr. Robert E. Evans Mrs. Ann W. Norton Ms. Janice Hardy The Honorable and Mrs. Hugh P. Thompson Mr. Don W. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. E. Robinson III Mr. and Mrs. James Sims Mr. Robert M. Joiner Mrs. Maria D. Thompson COL and Mrs. Thomas G. Torrance, USA (Ret.) LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mrs. Phyllis M. Thompson LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. Larry Allen Ms. Merel J. Harrison Mr. Steve Tompkins Mrs. Marlene Tompkins COL Richard Torrance COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Dr. and Mrs. Charles R. Patisaul Dr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Pillion LTC and Mrs. Frank W. Baugh, USAF (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. and Mrs. Homer N. Meier, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Randy A. New Mrs. Betty C. Baugh Mrs. Cynthia D. Simpson Mrs. Valette J. Adkins Ms. Inez Hawkins W.A. Bragg
Mr. Larry J. Wheat Mr. and Mrs. E. Robinson III Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Jaco Ms. Faye A. Wheat Mr. James F. Wilkinson, Sr. LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. and Mrs. E. Robinson III Mrs. Jennifer K. Williams LTC (Ret) and Mrs. Jim T. Kjer, USA Mrs. Adria P. Douglas Mr. W. Cannon Williams Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pongracz Mr. John T. Williamson COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance Dr.* and Mrs. George L. Echols Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Dudley and Jenny Rowe Georgia Mining Foundation LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Milledgeville Magnolias Red Hat Group Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Deen Mr. and Mrs. Al Webb Mr. and Mrs. David Childs Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Howard Arner Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vance Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Mr. and Mrs. Russ Foote Mr. and Mrs. Vince Ciampa Mr. Bryant Foster Mr. Jeffery Tourangeau Mrs. Allison G. Johnson Mrs. Betty C. Baugh Ms. Carol Maccurrach Roger S. and Carol E. Austin The Honorable and Mrs. Hugh P. Thompson VBRN Investments LLC Fran Willis MAJ and Mrs. Robert K. Irvin Ms. Winifred Wood Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. Otic C. Woods Mrs. Patsy B. Woods Mr. Goodloe H. Yancey III Lynn H. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Joel Black Mr. DeWitt Thompson, IV Mr. G. R. Blanchard Sr. Mr. John Stephens The Thompson Foundation
GMC Class of 1987 Mr. David A. Sheppard Mr. Larry Allen COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Mr. Louis N. Ashmore COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Cadet James O. Bateman Ms. Anne B. Bateman Mr. Alexander Bateman Ms. Anne B. Bateman COL and Mrs. Marvin T. Baugh Mrs. Betty C. Baugh
COL Derek G. Bean Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Bean Mr. and Mrs. Luther K. Beason COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes LTC and Mrs. Patrick Beer, USA (Ret.) LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. and Mrs. Richard Benson LTC Terry O’Neill Ms. Khalifa Bonner GMC Junior Auxiliary Ms. Emily Boylan LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV US Marshal Walter Caldwell (Ret.) COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Cadet William B. Caldwell, V LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Class of 2018 Dr. and Mrs. Steven Greer Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Colwell Mr. and Mrs. Alton Colwell Master Joel Deen Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Deen Master Andrew Deen Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Deen BG and Mrs. Rock Donahue, US Army (Ret) Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pace Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Dr.* and Mrs. George L. Echols Mr. and Mrs. E Robinson III Mr. Lee Echols and Mrs. Margaret Anthony Mrs. Pauline Echols Mr. Lee Echols and Mrs. Margaret Anthony Kelsie Farley GMC Junior Auxiliary Miss Emma Kate Godin Drs. Ken and JoAnn Jones Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grant Cadet William B. Caldwell, V Commander WW “Bill” Hitchens COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Farilyn Hurt GMC Junior Auxiliary Mr. Davis Isley Dr. and Mrs. Steven Greer Mrs. Jodi Isley LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Randale S. Johnson Mrs. Renee K. Johnson Ms. Mary Jones GMC Junior Auxiliary Alexandria Kauzlarich GMC Junior Auxiliary Mr. William M. Kemp Mr. and Mrs. Al E. Blackburn, Jr. Ms. Inez Hawkins The Honorable E. Culver Kidd III Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marbut LCDR and Mrs. Jay Knight, USN (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Ashfield Miss Arleda Lawson GMC Junior Auxiliary Aryana Lawson GMC Junior Auxiliary Mr. and Mrs. Jim Leben Dr. and Mrs. James F. Strickland, Jr.
Byron A. Lee Ms. Pamela Mullins Reverend David Luke LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. James Lunsford Mr. Larry Allen Mr. Robert J. Lytle, Jr. COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Dr. Kenneth Marks and Mr. Steven Rogers LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. Derrick L. Martin Mrs. Debra Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCook Mr. and Mrs. Jon Luecke Jack McCook Mr. and Mrs. Jon Luecke Mr. and Mrs. Miller COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance The Honorable* and Mrs. Powell A. Moore Ms. Edwina M. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Toby Moreau Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mrs. Jenny Morris LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Jordan A. Overman Ms. Georgia Overman Aspen Popowski GMC Junior Auxiliary Walter J. Price Mrs. Sarah Neal Mr. Talmadge H. Ramsey, Jr. COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes BG and Mrs. Curt Rauhut Dr. Kenneth Marks and Mr. Steven Rogers Mr. Matt Rion Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larsson Mr. Tyler Rion Dr. and Mrs. Steven Greer Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larsson Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Mr. William E. Robinson IV Jimmy and Cammie Branan Mr. and Mrs. G. Albert Bloodworth Mr. and Mrs. Greg Kendall Mrs. Cindy B. Snow Mrs. Marian M. Maxey Smith The Honorable and Mrs. William T. Moore, Jr. Dr. Kenneth Marks and Mr. Steven Rogers LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Ms. Amanda M. Sauer Ms. Merel J. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Schubert #DRIVETHEBUSINESS Samual E. Shaw Dr. Patricia S. Coates Mr. David M. Sherman LtGen and Reverend William B. Caldwell IV Mrs. April Shoemaker Mr. Gregory M. Tredore COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sikes Mr. Avis W. Stevens Ms. Joy S. Hughes Dr. and Mrs. James L. Strom Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom
Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Mr. and Mrs. Gary Thrower Denise and Jim Wansley Dr. Kenneth Marks and Mr. Steven Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Eric W. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Jason Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vance Mr. and Mrs. Robin Bargeron Mr. and Mrs. Scott Garpow Ms. Becky Brown Ms. Jennifer G. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Garrett Mrs. Maxine Goldstein Dr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Torrance COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance COL and Mrs. Thomas G. Torrance, USA (Ret.) COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance LTC and Mrs. Steve M. Torrance COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance COL and Mrs. Thomas G. Torrance, USA (Ret.) LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV
MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES Delta Air Lines Foundation Eli Lilly and Company Foundation ExxonMobil Matching Gift Programs Norfolk Southern Foundation Matching Gifts State Farm Foundation
GIFT-IN-KIND Amici Cafe Ballard Brands Baynes Army Store Blossoms C&B Processing LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Chambers Cleaners, Inc. Chambers Oil Company Dr. and Mrs. George Coletti Ms. Gail Colgan Designer Tan, LLC Eclectic Elite Gym USA
Major Robert T. Van Dine LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV COL and Mrs. Fred Van Horn, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom MAJ James D. Walton Ms. Amy A. Walton Mr. Mark Weaver LtGen William B. and Reverend Stephanie Caldwell IV Ms. Lula Mae Wells Mr. Jeffery C. Wells Mr. Edward Wiggins Mrs. Leslie W. Gunter Mrs. Jennifer K. Williams LTC and Mrs. Mike Perez, USA (Ret.) Terry Woods Mr. Ronald Walker Ms. Amy Zipperer Mr. Eddie and Dr. Jeannie Zipperer Ms. Anne Raison
Express Tire and Auto Mr. Michael Fricke Goodie Gallery Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grant Dr. and Mrs. Steven Greer Hair Studio Dr. and Mrs. John F. Harrington, Jr. J. C. Grant Company Johnnie McDade Grocery Little Caesars Pizza Dr. Kenneth Marks and Mr. Steven Rogers Ms. Carol B. McCook Mr. Buddy McKenzie Medical Arts Pharmacy Protective Cleaners, Inc. Dudley and Jenny Rowe Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Schubert Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom The Brick, DBA/AUBM Group Mrs. Patricia Park Turner Wilkinson Auto Rental, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Bert P. Williams
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION Georgia Military College Foundation |
JUNE 30, 2018
____________________________________________________________________________________ Cash Investments Promises to give Rental property and equipment, net Land held for investment Other assets
1,085,012 21,153,914 88,615 59,239 754,421 109,636
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Liabilities Accrued expenses
Total liabilities Net assets Unrestricted Undesignated Board designated for endowment Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted
1,545,336 2,993,608 7,537,585 11,151,819
Total net assets
Total liabilities and net assets
STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES
Georgia Military College Foundation |
REVENUES AND OTHER SUPPORT
JUNE 30, 2018
_____________________________________________________________________________________ Contributions 339,181 781,610 Investments income 176,787 812,614 Rent income 9,122 - Gain on sale of property 277,723 - Other income 2,391 - Net assets released from restrictions Satisfaction of program restrictions 662,726 (621,676) Total revenues and support 1,467,930 972,548
4,116,617 - - - - (41,050) 4,075,567
5,237,408 989,401 9,122 277,723 2,391
_____________________________________________________________________________________ Educational activities General and administrative Fundraising Allocation to Georgia Military College Total expenses
314,447 355,692 31,200 289,736 991,075
Change in Net Assets
Net Assets, Beginning
Net Assets, Ending
PRESIDENTâ€™S REPORT 2017-2018
- - - -
- - -
314,447 355,692 31,200 289,736 991,075
THE 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 ASSOCIATEâ€™S 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.
AND ENDS WITH
SUCCESS. GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE
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