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EVERY GREAT AMERICAN STORY BEGINS WITH A SEIZED OPPORTUNITY. One opportunity can be the difference between a life that changes the world and a life unused. Undiscovered talent, unrealized potential, and unchallenged minds are all tragedies that can be averted by one opportunity. At GMC, we strive to create opportunities. Within the walls of our Junior College and Prep School, talents are discovered, potential is unlocked, and minds are challenged.

WILLIAM B. CALDWELL IV LIEUTENANT GENERAL, U.S. ARMY (RET.)

We inspire students to expand their worlds and we set them on a path to become contributing members of society. We’ve dedicated every institutional gear and cog to student success, and we’re seeing the results. Over the last year, we’ve been able to raise our 3 year graduation rate, our fall-to-fall retention rate, and we’ve raised the number of degrees awarded to our students by 18 percent! On top of that, enrollment in our online campus has grown by 48 percent. That means we’re providing educational opportunities to students in rural areas, non-traditional students, and home bound students that 20 years ago nobody would have dreamed possible. I’m so proud of what our faculty, staff, and leadership have accomplished in such a short time because I know what’s at stake. Young people have big dreams, and a strong education is the key to realizing those dreams. “That’s why we’ve signed 43 articulation agreements with top-notch colleges and universities, 39 of them with guaranteed admission, to make sure that students who start here at GMC are able to go anywhere. Start Here...Go Anywhere!” Our dual enrollment program has grown by 300 percent, creating countless opportunities for high school students to earn college credit. This year alone, we have over 1,350 high school students who have taken on the academic challenge of our college classrooms and are doing so with great success. GMC also enrolled 38 students in our brand new B.A.S. program. Our first ever bachelor’s degree program. And there are moments here at GMC that can’t be measured with statistics. On Patriot Day, our prep school students chalked the campus walkways with the names of 10,000 men and women who died in the September 11 attacks and the War on Terror. Days like that don’t change the numbers on a balance sheet, but they make me proud to be part of a school that still teaches lessons about sacrifice and love of country—a school where values like duty, honor, and country will never be replaced with weaker, more convenient values that ask less of our students. Of course, we could not have done any of this without you -- we are so thankful for your generosity! From the classroom to the athletic field to our cadet corps, you’re providing opportunities that couldn’t have existed without you, and there’s no limit to how far our students might run with those opportunities. After all, curing a disease begins with a chemistry class and winning a medal of honor begins with a profound love of country, both of which can be found on our campus alongside countless other paths for the future.

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And even as we celebrate the opportunities we created yesterday and today, we keep clear eyes on the ones, which together, we’ll create tomorrow. GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE

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For more than 100 years, the Army Reserve Officer’s Training Corps (ROTC) has been preparing college students to succeed in any competitive environment and instilling values in our nation’s future leaders. For equally as long, GMC has been committed to the ROTC. Building on their support for GMC’s Corps of Cadets, community leaders and elected officials broke ground in May for a new Military Science Building. Scheduled to open in August 2017, the 13,500 square foot, two-story facility will be home to the school’s Military Science department and cadet leadership. Flanked by a beautiful rotunda will be four classrooms, state-of-the-art technology, a suite of offices and space for training.

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Immediately adjacent to the Baugh Barracks cadet living quarters on Lincoln Street, the new Military Science building will bring cadet staff and Army ROTC staff together in one location, greatly facilitating coordination and training for instructors and cadets alike. The building is also close to the Oconee River, where cadets regularly carry out physical fitness activities. The building will honor the past by recognizing GMC military program alumni whose service and achievements reflect the values and benefits of a GMC education.

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For more than a century, GMC has shown its steadfast support for the U.S. Army and the ROTC. In fact, many students choose GMC to start their military career based on the excellent reputation of our programs. “It all goes back to our core values: Duty, Honor, Country. The ‘country’ part – service to nation, being part of something greater, giving back to this great nation that’s given so much to us – that’s what GMC upholds,” says COL Patrick Beer, Commandant of Cadets and Dean of Students. “That’s what attracts students here and what prepares them for their future.”

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NEW GMC REGIMENTAL COMMANDER SIERRA BROWER IS POISED TO SOAR If Sierra Brower could choose a superpower, she’d choose the ability to fly. Inspired by her grandfather, who served 23 years in the Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Brower is an avid aviation aficionado who became interested in flying helicopters in high school. As a junior ROTC member, she rose through the ranks and today, as a GMC cadet, she’s aiming for a career as an Army Chinook pilot. Early on, Brower set her sights on advancing her military career. In October of her senior year in high school, Brower’s passion for helicopters grew when she enlisted in the Pennsylvania National Guard as an aviation operations specialist. Brower was visiting her boyfriend in Georgia when she learned his father was a proud GMC alumnus. After listening to his GMC memories and his strong endorsement of the school, she reached out to recruiters. Soon after she received notification that she’d been conditionally selected by the US Army for a two-year ROTC scholarship based on her academic studies, extracurricular participation, and leadership potential, and the desire to serve as a future Army officer. At that point, she says, “The signs were all pointing toward GMC—I figured I’d better give it a go!” This year, Brower was chosen as the Regimental Commander of the 138th Corps of Cadets and is on track to become the first female cadet in GMC history to serve in the position for an entire school year. She is also the vice president of the Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society and treasurer of the Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity. Brower maintains her busy schedule with a 3.9 GPA, while overseeing more than 259 college cadets. In addition to participating in several academic and service organizations, Brower has also been a member of the Ranger Challenge Team. Last year, the team won first place among national military junior colleges. Within the Corps of Cadets, she has served as a Plebe Trainer (Platoon Sergeant and First Sergeant), narrated formal parades and events, and was a student worker for WEPA. Her motto: “I’m always going to put myself out there and make the most of what I have.” Taking the advice of a close mentor, Brower began this year with an end goal. Her intention is to “break the paradigm” in an effort to set an example – and an expectation – of elevated excellence for her fellow cadets. What’s her proudest accomplishment so far? Being pinned and recognized as GMC’s newest Regimental Commander. “I get more confident and my skin gets thicker every day,” she explains about her leadership role at GMC. “I think that’s what every great leader needs. That, and an incredible team of mentors and fellow cadets who offer me feedback on my performance. I can’t think of anything more valuable.”

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When she receives her commission in May, Brower plans to earn a business degree from Virginia Tech. Between now and then, she plans to stay her course of excellence—maintain her grade point average, participate in more clubs and extracurricular activities and, most of all, learn and grow with her fellow cadets. For Sierra Brower, the sky’s the limit!

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COLLEGE DEMOGRAPHICS

COLLEGE STUDENT THREE-YEAR TREND ANALYSIS 2012-2013

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Alex and Alexis French’s father was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2009, while Caroline Wood NewDay USA Gives lost her father in the same war when she was just Scholarships to three. Macie and Meaghan Newell’s step-father Cadets Whose Parents survived deployments in both Iraq and AfghaniHave Given the Most stan, but is severely medically affected. Hope Martin’s father, an alumnus of GMC, suffered debilitating exposure to agent orange in Vietnam. In September, each of these GMC Prep School cadets received a helping hand from NewDay USA, in the form of scholarships covering tuition costs for the remainder of their prep school education. NewDay USA selected the cadets based on their outstanding performance, their potential and the distinguished military service of their parents. “These generous scholarships recognize the sacrifice of America’s veterans; they directly benefit the children of disabled or deceased veterans, and enable greater access to military schools,” said Lieutenant General William B. Caldwell IV, GMC President. “But most importantly, the scholarship brings positive change to the life of each young cadet, something they truly deserve.” Vice-President of the NewDay USA Foundation, Gary Morrison, along with NewDay USA Executive Assistant, COL John Fenzel (ret.) awarded the scholarships at GMC on September 9th, during the Patriot Day ceremony and wreath laying on Grant Parade. NewDay USA is a mortgage lender for veterans. Company CEO Robert Posner, himself a military school graduate who dedicates the awards to his father, Allan, hopes to reach the goal of $1 million in scholarship awards to children of veterans. “It is my honor to help provide educations for sons and daughters of disabled or fallen heroes who otherwise might not get to college because of the unimaginable sacrifices their families have made,” said Posner. “I’m very happy that NewDay can help provide this important foundation for their lives.”

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Students have spoken and GMC has listened. In response to growing student interest in the arts – and expanding job GMC Offers New opportunities – GMC Warner Robins has begun offering a Associate Degree new associate degree in studio art. Other GMC campuses were quick to follow suit, with the degree now offered at the in Studio Art Augusta, Columbus, Fairburn and Fayetteville GMC locations. Studio art majors learn the fundamental concepts of design, artistic traditions, and the use of artistic materials and technologies. Of course, they also learn to explore and cultivate their own individual sense of creativity. With a degree in studio arts, GMC grads can transfer to a four-year arts program or join the work force directly. Kayla Jones was the program’s first graduate and couldn’t be happier with her freshly minted Studio Art degree. “I’ve always liked art and I’d taken a lot of art classes, but never realized you could have a career in it. As soon as GMC began offering it as a major, I was in. The day after I graduated, I got an acceptance letter from the Savannah College of Arts and Design in Atlanta, and at least two scholarships,” she says. “I really want to become an art teacher so I can help other people see all the opportunities there are to have a career in art.” Those opportunities are many, including jobs as an artist, graphic designer, art therapist, interior designer, sculptor, art critic and more. The employment of artists and related workers is good, expected to grow 12 percent by 2018, with a range of both salaried and freelance opportunities. “We always want to respond to student needs, so when they start expressing interest in a certain area, we look into the feasibility of supporting it with an expanded curriculum,” said Alice Smith, Academic Dean for GMC-Warner Robins, Dublin and Eastman. “We also look at employers’ needs and develop related programs that benefit both our students and our communities.” GMC’s new Studio Art degree is another great example of the school’s mutually beneficial approach, helping turn students’ passions into professions.

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2015 Varsity Softball GHSA Class A Public State Champions – 2nd consecutive year 2015 One Act GHSA Class A Public State Champion

2016 Literary GHSA Class A Public State Champions – 2nd consecutive year 2016 Varsity Girls Track GHSA Class A Public StateChampions – 2nd consecutive year

Individual State Championships – 2 in One Act, 3 in Literary, 5 in Girls Track

Region/Area Championship Titles – Boys Cross Country, Softball, One Act, Literary, Tennis, Girls Track

Dual Enrollment • Expanded to include 10th graders for the first time

• Involved 110 students - largest number in the program’s history • 28 Sophomores (47% of the class)

• Scored 97.3 out of 100 possible points • Earned JROTC Honor Unit with Distinction

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• Students combined to ccmplete 396 college courses and earned a total of 1,988 college quarter credit hours.

Class of 2016 Scholarship • The senior class raised $35,473.95 which fully endowed the “Class of 2016” Scholarship, marking the third consecutive graduating class to accomplish this goal.

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Mr. Gary Morrison, NewDay USA; Cadets Macie Newell ’19; Meaghan Newell ’19; Caroline Wood ’19; Hope Martin ’20; Alex French ’22; Alexis French ’22; COL John Fenzel, NewDay USA . GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE

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Visions of the future. ENDOWED 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.

SCHOLARSHIPS

GMC FOUNDATION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Front (L-R) Teri White, Finance Chairman; William B. Caldwell IV, GMC President; Dudley Rowe, Chairman; John Ferguson, 1st Vice-Chairman/Development Chairman;

Back (L-R) Mark A. Strom, Senior Vice President for College Relations, Executive Director of GMC Foundation; Merritt Massey, Rules and Nominations Chairman; Mike Couch, Real Property Chairman; John Williamson, 2nd Vice-Chairman; not pictured, David Grant, Secretary/Treasurer; Patricia Thompson, Development Committee.

Endowing Values Your personal values are literally endowed when you create and fund a named endowment with the Georgia Military College Foundation. This is so much more than endowing a program, facilities or even part of our operational budget. Your commitment to our mission and ideas will be carried into the future at Georgia Military College for generations through your endowment fund.

An endowment doesn’t necessarily require a lump-sum gift or even a large sum of money. Some may be surprised to learn that an endowment can get started right away, build up over time or even receive your ultimate gift through your estate. We work to help you set reasonable objectives for your endowment and to make it convenient, always.

Consider for a moment your grandchildren and their children. Family members in distant future generations will not have known you, though they will know something important about you through the endowment. Imagine the effect this will have on your family. They will have an insight into your generosity, your values, and it could influence them to add to your endowment or perhaps create one of their own. Endowments convey values in powerful ways.

Many generous donors use endowments as tools to pass their values on to future generations. You can find out more about endowments at www.gmcfoundation.org/How to Give/Types of Gifts/Gifts That Make an Impact After Your Lifetime/Endowed Gifts, or by contacting Sally Thrower, Associate Vice President for Development at (478) 387-4885.

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Academic Endowed Scholarship* Alumni Endowed Scholarship Bert and Cathy Williams Athletic Scholarship Bettie Zachary Farr Scholarship BG Curt Rauhut Cadet Endowed Scholarship* Bug House - Prosperi Scholarship* Build One Another Up Endowment Chad Mercer Endowed Scholarship* Charles W. and Virginia B. Ennis 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* CPT Ibrahim Tantawi Endowment Scholarship* CPT Jeremy Haynes Endowment Scholarship* Custis M. Proctor Memorial Endowed Scholarship COL David Snodgrass Memorial Scholarship

Dr. George L. Echols Scholarship Frank C. and Dorothy K. Davis Endowed Scholarship Friends of GMC Scholarship - Valdosta Campus GMC ‘73 Endowed Scholarship GMC Academic Scholarship Endowment 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 Multi Campus Endowed Scholarship* GMC Online Campus Endowed Scholarship* GMC Sandersville Campus Endowed Scholarship* GMC Stone Mountain Campus Endowed Scholarship Fund* GMC Valdosta Campus Endowed Scholarship GMC Warner Robins Campus Endowed Scholarship Harold and Brenda Mason Endowed Golf Fund Helen Moore Memorial Endowed Scholarship High School Class of 53 Endowment Hyrum Smith Endowment Inez Layfield Hawkins Family Scholarship* Jacob and Maxine Goldstein Endowed Scholarship Fund

John A. and Louise F. Pursley, Jr. Scholarship Walter Troutman Academic Endowed Scholarship John and Gene Williamson Endowed Scholarship Walter Troutman Football Endowed Scholarship Junior College Cadet Endowed Scholarship William E. Robinson, IV Memorial Endowed Scholarship Junior College Women’s Athletic Scholarship Fund William P. Acker Endowed Scholarship Larry J. Wheat Football Scholarship Endowment William R. “Bill” Craig Endowed Scholarship Lockstep Technology Endowed Scholarship Wright-Rowe Band Scholarship LTG William B. Caldwell III Endowed Scholarship* * Indicates funds that have not yet reached endowment level. Major Herschel Walden Endowed Scholarship Fund Major Peter J. Boylan Endowment for Ethics Scholarship AWARDS and PROGRAMS Military Endowed Scholarship Milledgeville Faculty and Staff Memorial Endowed Scholarship* Peter J. Boylan Endowment for Ethics Build One Another Up Endowment Moore Family Fund for Faculty Enrichment Endowment Charles W. and Virginia B. Ennis Fund Olin B. King Endowed Scholarship E.J. Grassmann Scientific Endowment Ophelia Moore Bell Endowed Scholarship Charles B. Hodges Jr. Library Book Fund Prep School Performing Arts Endowment HS Class of 1953 Award Fund President’s Endowment for Excellency Harold and Brenda Mason Golf Fund Robert Nunn Endowed Scholarship Fund Moore Family Fund for Faculty Enrichment Ruark Athletic Endowment Prep School Performing Arts Endowment Second Battilion Prep School Fund* President’s Endowment for Excellency Senator Culver & Mrs. Tillie Kidd Scholarship Ruark Athletic Endowment Sikes Brothers Endowed Scholarship* Strom/Tetrick Endowed Scholarship for the GMC Prep School Science Endowment Alan B. Sibley Library Chair Tommy Thompson Endowed Scholarship Nettie Whitaker Cone Sibley Library Fund Unrestricted Endowment W.J. Usery Jr. Award Fund Vietnam Veterans Endowment GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

CAMPUS DIRECTORS

Mr. Randall A. New, Chairman Mr. George Hogan Sr., Vice Chairman Honorable Gary L. Thrower Rev. Tony Fraley Mr. Alberto C. Martinez Jr. Ms. Doris Renfroe Mr. Ken Vance Lieutenant General William B. Caldwell IV, USA (Ret.) Ex-Officio Member

Ms. Shana Reid, Executive Director, Augusta Campus Mr. Ted Ramsdell, Executive Director, Warner Robins Campus Ms. Leslie Hafer, Executive Director, Valdosta Campus Mr. Archie Bouie II, Executive Director, Fairburn Campus BG Scott Donahue, USA (Ret.), Executive Director, Fayetteville Campus Ms. Holly Arnold, Executive Director, Columbus Campus COL Ralph Kauzlarich, USA (Ret.), Executive Director, Milledgeville Campus Mr. Jody Yearwood, Executive Director, Online Campus

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

PRESIDENT’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 Mr. Mark Strom, Senior Vice President and Chief College Relations Officer; Executive Director of the GMC Foundation Mr. Jim Watkins, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Dr. Jeannie Zipperer, Director of Staff

VICE PRESIDENTS AND SENIOR STAFF Dr. Susan Issac, Vice President for Institutional Research and Effectiveness Mr. Jeff Gray, Vice President for Engineering Services Mr. Jody Yearwood, Vice President for Information Technology COL Patrick J. Beer, USA (Ret.), Commandant of Cadets and Dean of Students Mr. Bert Williams, Junior College Athletic Director and Head Football Coach COL Pamela H. Grant, Principal of Preparatory School Ms. Jill Robbins, Vice President for Human Resources LTC Casey Giest, Professor of Military Science

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Ms. Leigh Aldhizer, Extension Center Director, Madison Campus Ms. Janis Anderson, Extension Center Director, Stone Mountain Ms. Priscilla Smith, Extension Center Director, Dublin Campus COL Yancey Walker, USAF (Ret.), Extension Center Director, Sandersville Campus Mr. Erik J. Walton, Extension Center Director, Eastman Campus

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.

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

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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,

Mr. Dudley Rowe, Chair Dr. John Ferguson, 1st Vice-Chair/Development Chair Mr. John Williamson, 2nd Vice-Chair Mr. David Grant, Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Teri White, Finance Chair Mr. Merritt Massey, Rules and Nominations Chair Mr. Mike Couch, Real Property Chair Ms. Patricia Thompson, Development Committee Lieutenant General William B. Caldwell IV, GMC President Mr. Mark Strom, Executive Director

two-year undergraduate curriculum designed to support student attainment of an associate’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.

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Ms. Shannon New, HS ’75, JC ’76, President Ms. Merel J. Harrison, HS ’73, JC ’74, Past President Ms. Suzanne Martin Ratliff, HS ’89, Secretary Ms. Michelle Dixon, JC ’03, Treasurer Ms. Janeen Garpow, Alumni Affairs and Communications Director Mr. Mark Strom, Senior Vice President and Chief College Relations Officer Lieutenant General William B. Caldwell IV, GMC President

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PRELIMINARY STATEMENT OF REVENUES

PRELIMINARY STATEMENT OF NET POSITION ASSETS

OPERATING REVENUES

Current Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents 10,378,377.24 Accounts Receivable, Net Federal Financial Assistance 54,015.20 Other 5,604,145.57 Prepaid Items 6,700.97 Inventories 1,767,817.65 Total Current Assets 17,811,056.63 Noncurrent Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents 190,262.64 Investments 1,233,849.03 Capital Assets, Net 70,292,938.75 Total Noncurrent Assets 71,717,050.42

LIABILITIES

Current Liabilities Salaries Payable 696,619.44 Accounts Payable 1,606,346.56 Deferred Revenue 3,260,568.34 Funds Held for Others 124,177.59 Capital Leases 29,653.35 Compensated Absences 530,606.27 Notes Payable 217,895.64 Total Current Liabilities 6,465,867.19 Noncurrent Liabilities Capital Leases 14,328.20 Net Pension Liability 23,192,182.00 * Notes Payable 2,796,327.93 Total Noncurrent Liabilities 26,002,838.13 Total Liabilities 32,468,705.32 Deferred Inflows of Resources Related to Defined Benefit Pension Plan 5,957,676.00 *

NET ASSETS

Invested in Capital Assets, Net of Related Debt 67,234,733.64 Restricted Nonexpendable 1,424,111.67 Unrestricted -13,395,253.90

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Student Tuition and Fees 52,785,784.40 Less: Scholarship Allowances (21,972,459.64) Grants and Contracts Federal 4,633,852.70 State 10,947,175.55 Other 476,947.40 Auxiliary Enterprises Housing 743,263.84 Bookstore 3,941,369.34 Food Service 2,154,268.65 Athletics 201,305.46 Other Operating Revenues 562,004.30 Total Operating Revenues 54,473,512.00

OPERATING EXPENSES

Total Assets 89,528,107.05 Deferred Outflows of Resources Related to Defined Benefit Pension Plan 4,161,865.68 *

EXPENSES AND CHANGES IN NET POSITION

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Salaries Faculty 12,701,967.86 Staff 15,161,160.66 Employee Benefits 5,821,640.14 Travel 273,715.96 Scholarships and Fellowships 10,344,295.58 Utilities 1,953,445.28 Supplies and Other Services 20,423,423.98 Depreciation 3,081,991.55 Total Operating Expenses 69,761,641.01 Operating Income (Loss)

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NONOPERATING REVENUES (EXPENSES)

Grants and Contracts Federal 17,983,096.93 Gifts 132,853.51 Interest and Other Investment income 100,554.83 Interest Expense (Capital Assets) (137,895.31) Other Nonoperating Revenues 369,308.73 Other Nonoperating Expenses 0.00 Net Nonoperating Revenues 18,447,918.69 Income Before Other Revenues, Expenses, Gains, or Loss 3,159,789.68 CAPITAL CONTRIBUTIONS Capital Grants and Gifts State 21,106.48 Total Capital Contributions 21,106.48 Increase/(Decrease) in Net Position Net Position - Beginning of Year Net Position - End of Year

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MESSAGE FROM FOUNDATION CHAIRMAN

DUDLEY ROWE CHAIRMAN, GMC FOUNDATION

This year, I’m again humbled by your outpouring of generosity, which has allowed us to expand scholarships, enhance academics and improve our physical facilities. More students than ever before are attending GMC. More students are taking advantage of the powerful learning experiences that happen here. Further, more students than ever are graduating from GMC, poised to make a positive mark on the world. Even more impressive is the impact of your dollars. History tell us there’s no better investment in the future and security of our nation than the investment in education. GMC puts that investment to work every day, building a character-based foundation for student success. In addition to their subject matter expertise, GMC students leave here with the skill to strive for deeper understanding, engage in meaningful discourse, participate in productive collaboration, persist in the face of challenge and transform obstacles into opportunities. With your help – and the expanded access made possible by our donor-supported scholarship fund – more students can leverage a GMC education to discover new possibilities, ignite passions and become responsible, successful community members. In fact, our number of named endowed funds in support of student success has grown to 106, of which 78 are fully endowed.

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Ever true to our core values of Duty, Honor, Country and regimental accolade, “Character Above All,” these words continue to define what we impart to our students. By contributing to GMC, you’re helping build a better future for our state and country.

OUR FUNDS and DONORS

I thank you for your support and the continued confidence you place in GMC.

Honor Roll 2015-2016

PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2015-2016

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HONOR ROLL of DONORS

LIFETIME GIVING 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

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

GOLD $250,000 and above Mr. Lew Cordell* Frances Wood Wilson Foundation, Inc. Lettie Pate Evans Foundation The Usery Foundation

SILVER $100,000 and above Anonymous Mrs. Maxa Osterman Carr* E.J. Grassmann Trust Dr. and Mrs. John H. Ferguson Georgia Power Foundation, Inc. Mr.* and Mrs. Jake Goldstein Mr. William K. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keber Mr. Harold D. and Mrs. Brenda T. Mason The Olin B. King* Foundation Mr. Parnell Ruark* Mr. and Mrs. Winston H. Sibley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stern Thiele Kaolin Company Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wheat

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donors whose generosity advances the college’s mission. The totals include all gifts received by the GMC Foundation, including documented, irrevocable planned gifts.

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 2015-2016, from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. Their philanthropic commitment helps sustain GMC’s position among the premier two-year colleges in the nation.

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Mr. John T. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Goodloe H. Yancey III

Membership in the President’s Circle is extended to those who make a gift of $1,500 or more annually to the GMC Foundation.

BRONZE $50,000 and above Dr. Wilbur Baugh* Century Bank and Trust LtGen and Mrs. William B. Caldwell IV Dr. and Mrs. George L. Echols Mrs. Alice B. Fraser Mr.* and Mrs. O. T. Fulghum, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Goldstein* Imerys Dr. Kenneth J. Marks and Mr. Steven C. Rogers Milliken & Company COL* and Mrs. Eugene A. Moore, USAF (Ret.) The Honorable and Mrs. Powell A. Moore Mr. and Mrs. William Davidson Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Moss National Christian Foundation Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Dr. John S. Robertson* Mrs. Dorothy Robertson* Mr. Edward L. Sibilsky, Jr.* Mr. Winston Sibley and Mr.* Alan Sibley Mr. and Mrs. William Asbury Stembridge Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom SunTrust Bank, Middle GA, N.A. T & S Hardwoods, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson Mrs. Betty Thompson* Mr. and Mrs. John P. Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Walden * deceased

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PINNACLE SOCIETY ($50,000+) Athene Annuity and Life Company The Honorable E. Culver Kidd III National Christian Foundation

LAFAYETTE SOCIETY ($25,000-$49,999) LtGen and Mrs. William B. Caldwell IV, USA (Ret.) Mr. Harold D. and Mrs. Brenda T. Mason

FOUNDERS CLUB ($10,000-$24,999) Anonymous Mrs. Beegee Baugh Mr. Lee Echols and Mrs. Margaret Anthony Frances Wood Wilson Foundation, Inc. GMC Alumni Association Dr. Kenneth J. Marks and Mr. Steven C. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Mike Prosperi BG and Mrs. Curt Rauhut Dudley and Jenny Rowe Mr. and Mrs. John P. Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wheat Mr. John T. Williamson

The President’s Circle is comprised of an exceptional group of donors who have earned a place of distinction through their commitment to the school’s vital need for private support. It is the singular goal of the President’s Circle to

OLD CAPITOL CLUB ($5,000-$9,999) Century Bank and Trust Dr. and Mrs. Francis W. Chandler, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Michael A. Duke Mr. and Mrs. John T. Fickett GMC Football Booster Club Mrs. Ellen Goodrich Mrs. Renee K. Johnson Lord, Aeck and Sargent The Honorable and Mrs. Powell A. Moore Olin B. King Foundation Mrs. Judy Smith Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom The Geo Group Foundation, Inc. W.L. Amos Sr. Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Goodloe H. Yancey III

GENERALS ($1,000-$4,999) 26 Fitness Inc. Anonymous Dr. Christopher Alford Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. Amnott Mr. and Mrs. Brian Aycock Major and Mrs. Marion C. Baggett, USAR (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bailey Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office

BASF Catalysts, LLC LTC and Mrs. Franklin W. Baugh, USAF (Ret.) LTC and Mrs. Patrick Beer, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Blackburn, Jr. MG and Mrs. Peter J. Boylan, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm S. Burgess, Jr. Mr. Frederick D. Caldwell COL and Mrs. Charles L. Cheeves Mr. Eugene M. Clary Mr. and Mrs. John Collins Mr. and Mrs. Don Conoly Ms. Patsy Craig Dr. Audrey S. Crumbley CDR and Mrs. William H. Curry USN (Ret.) Dixie Riverside Inc. Mr. Charles Davis, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Dunlop Ms. Betty Jo Dunn Dr. and Mrs. George L. Echols Eli Lilly and Company Foundation Exchange Bank of Milledgeville ExxonMobil Matching Gift Programs Dr. and Mrs. John H. Ferguson LTC William C. Ferguson, USA (Ret.) Mr. William S. Fowler* Mrs. Alice B. Fraser Garbutt Construction Mrs. Emily Garner MAJ and Mrs. Brent Gebel Georgia JROTC GACTE GMC Augusta Student Clubs GMC Bulldog Club

recognize those donors whose remarkable generosity enhances the school’s mission. Members are guests of the president of Georgia Military College at an annual dinner in their honor.

GMC Prep School Class of 2016 GMC Student Activities GMC Valdosta Campus SGA GMC Warner Robins Campus Mrs. Maxine Goldstein Mrs. Martha W. Goodrich Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grant Mr. and Mrs. Dean H. Grant Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gray Mr. William R. Green Mrs. Judy Lacksen Greer Mr. J. E. Hall Dr. and Mrs. John F. Harrington, Jr. Mr. W. Rhett Harrison Ms. Inez Hawkins Ms. Joyce C. Headley Dr. and Mrs. Mike Holmes The Honorable and Mrs. Ralph T. Hudgens Mr. Earl B. Hunter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Johnson Mrs. Marianne Joris Mr. Aman Kay Mr. Salwa S. Kirbah LTC and Mrs. James T. Kjer, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. Jim Leben LTC and Mrs. David Lewis, USA (Ret.) Melder Construction, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Couch Ms. Anne Martin Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Massey BG and Mrs. Richard L. McCabe, USA (Ret.) Mr. John G. McColskey

Ms. Eleanor Mcgowan Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. McMillan III Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Miller, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Mobley Mr. Felix C. Moring Mr. Joel J. Moring, Jr. Northridge Christian Church, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. William G. Neely Dr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Neligan Ms. Shannon New Diaz LTG and Mrs. Max W. Noah, USA (Ret.) Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Mr. Robert Nunn Mrs. Fran Patterson LTC and Mrs. Mike Perez Perimeter Builders, Inc. Pheasant Shoot Auction Mr. and Mrs. Ben Plexico, Jr. Progressive Restaurant Concepts Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pursley III Mr. and Mrs. John A. Pursley, Jr. Robins Federal Credit Union Dr. Ramona G. Rice Dr. and Mrs. Seth Rion Mr. and Mrs. Shane Robbins Ms. Karen Rowell State Farm Foundation Mr. Dewey D. Schade Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Seymour COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Mrs. Cynthia D. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Simpson

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Mr. and Mrs. David Sinclair Dr. and Mrs. James F. Strickland, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. James L. Strom The Peyton Anderson Foundation The Winston H. Sibley Charitable Fund Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. Thompson The Honorable and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower COL and Mrs. Thomas G. Torrance Steve and Janice Torrance Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Underwood Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Vaughn Wreaths Across America Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Walden Mr. and Mrs. James Watkins MAJ Lionel A. ‘Sam’ Watson, USAF (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wilkinson, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Bert P. Williams Mr. Robert M. Wood Mrs. Patsy B. Woods

Mr. and Mrs. Jody Yearwood Mr. James and Dr. Elizabeth Youngblood Mr. Eddie and Dr. Jeannie Zipperer

COLONELS ($500-$999) Advent Business Interiors, Inc. Mr. Frank Ahouse Mrs. Jennifer Avery Bank of Madison Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Bayne Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Bean Board of Directors of the Oconee Regional Symphony Orchestra Mr. James A. Brady III Ms. Julie R. Brooker Mr. Christopher Bryan Contractors Equipment Sales The Honorable and Mrs. Henry R. Craig

The Honorable Hugh Thompson, Chief Justice Georgia Supreme Court, speaks during GMC Prep School graduation.

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2015-2016

Mr. James B. Craig III Drs. Robert and Anne Culberson Mr. and Mrs. G. Lee Dickens, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Donnelly III Mr. David L. Farris Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Gandy Georgia Investment Resources, Inc. Gerald Grimes Plumbing, Inc. Mr. David B. Glover GMC Prep School Class of 2017 GMC Prep School Class of 2018 GMC Prep School Class of 2019 GMC Prep School Class of 2020 GMC Prep School Class of 2021 GMC Prep School Class of 2022 Mr. Robert Goggans, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gorham Mr. John W. Grant, Jr. Mr. William Hall Ms. Merel J. Harrison Mr. Robert Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jenkins COL and Mrs. Ralph L. Kauzlarich Mr. and Mrs. James B. Kennedy IV Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larsson Dr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Laseter Madison Kiwanis Club Mr. and Mrs. Dell Mason Mr. and Mrs. Joe McEver Ms. Winifred Mitchell Mr. Martin H. Moses Mr. and Mrs. Randall A. New Oak Hall Industries, L.P. Dr. Carol S. O’Dell Mr. Clifford T. Owdom Pickle Pubs LLC Pollock Company Queensborough National Bank & Trust Company Dr. and Mrs. William T. Reid, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Rogers Sandersville Lions Club Mr. David Allen Simmons, Jr. Mr. Fred H. Simonton III Southern Refreshment Services Southern Stone Broadcasting, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac J. Thomas Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Thompson COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance The Honorable and Mrs. W. J. Usery, Jr. Mr. Joseph E. Vallotton III COL and Mrs. Fred Van Horn, USA (Ret.) Dr. Jennifer Van Vliet

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vance Mr. Joe Vela Ms. Amy A. Walton Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watkins Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Watson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wilkinson, Jr.

MAJORS ($250-$499) A Course/Line L.L.C. Mr. Charles Abbott Active Minerals International, LLC Americus Sumter High School Mr. Edwin Amerman AT&T Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Athanaseas Dr. Adel Bakr Dr. Stephen Barber Mr. and Mrs. Robin Bargeron Mrs. Emily Boylan Central Georgia Council Boy Scouts of America Chrisp County High School Mr. Charles M. Cadenhead Drs. Dan and Ann Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood F. Chandler, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Vince Ciampa LTC and Mrs. Wilfred D. Clayton (Ret.) Dr. and Mrs. George Coletti Mr. and Mrs. Barnie T. Collins, Jr. Dodge County High School Dooly County High School JROTC Ms. Starla S. Davis Mr. Hugh P. Dean Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Dennis III Mr. Hugh O’Neall Dicks Mr. Blair T. Dietrich Early County High School Mr. Luther D. Ennis III Mr. Jim F. Fain, Jr. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fitzgerald High School Mrs. Diane Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Gandy Georgia Center for Nonprofits GMC-Atlanta/Fairburn Campus GMC Class of ‘53 GMC Prep School Faculty Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. James W. Green Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grimes Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Handlan

Mr. and Mrs. George R. Harris Harris & Company Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Madden Hatcher III Mr. John M. Heayberd Helton Electrical Services Ms. Hersha S. Herndon Dr. and Mrs. Linton S. Holsenbeck II COL and Mrs. John K. Holsonback Mr. Barkley D. Howard, Jr. Dr. Susan Isaac Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Jaco Mr. Keith Jaworski Kroger Mrs. Juanita King MSGT and Mrs. Richard L. Lamarre, USA (Ret.) Mrs. Amy R. Lee Mr. John David Lee Ms. Betty Little Mr. and Mrs. Shawn B. Mahaney Major Edward J. McCaffrey Jr., USA (Ret.) BG Jonathon J. McColumn Mr. Stephen McGehee Mr. Herbert Marshall Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Todd Miller Mr. Darren Mindemann Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Moody The Honorable and Mrs. William T. Moore, Jr. One Stop Auto Sales, LLC Mrs. Valerie Osborne Mr. Tony Owen, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Peacock Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Peavy Sr. Rutherford Timber Harvesting LLC Mr. Comer H. Randall, Jr. COL and Mrs. John E. Riley Mr. and Mrs. Garland Riner Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Robinson III MAJ Robert G. Ross, Jr. South Creek Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Scheff Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Simpson Mrs. Jane Simpson Ms. Nicole W. Spear Mr. Walter L. Stafford Dr. Carol M. Stiles Taylor County High School Turner County High School Ms. Carolyn T. Thomas Ms. Lillian A. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. James C. Tillman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Vinson Wilcox County Middle/High School

Worth County High School Mr. and Mrs. James Wansley Mr. and Mrs. Monte C. Washburn Mr. Mark Weaver Mrs. Patricia R. Weimer Mr. Allen D. Williams II Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Williamson III Dr. and Mrs. John L. Wood Mr. Charles W. Wright

CAPTAINS ($100-$249) American Hydrotech Inc. Mr. Larry Allen Mr. Sergio Alvarez-Mena II Ms. Janis Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Ashfield Bush Investment Group, LLC LTC and Mrs. Lawrence J. Baker, Jr. Mr. Keith Barlow Mr. and Mrs. William R. Barnes, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Barsby Mrs. Jane S. Beall Ms. Ann M. Bertoli Ms. Solomon Betanga MAJ David S. Bill Mr. George A. Bloodworth Mr. Leroy H. Boelens Mrs. Janis Boland Mr. Archie L. Bouie II Mr. Mendal A. Bouknight, Jr. COL William J. Brake, USAF (Ret.) Mrs. Rebecca Y. Branch Mr. Donald E. Brannon Mr. and Mrs. Alexander K. Brennan Ms. Cinda S. Bright Mr. Richard H. Brinkley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Guerry Brooks Mr. Trippe Brooks Dr. Jennifer Duckworth Brown Mr. and Mrs. Frederick I. Brown Mr. Donald Buckner Mr. Ted L. Bullard Ms. Barbara A. Bundrage Mr. John T. Burks Mr. Michael Burnett Mr. and Mrs. Leo V. Cancio Ms. Diana Y. Canerday Mr. and Mrs. Horace Chambers Mr. and Mrs. Don S. Chapman Ms. Lisa Chapman Young

Citizens Bank of the South Mr. William C. Clark Mr. George Cliff Mr. James W. Closs Mr. James Cone Mr. and Mrs. Chris Connell and Mrs. Catherine Garner Scott Major Michele D. Cooke Mrs. Beverly W. Council Capt. and Mrs. LaQuendin J. Counts Mr. Stephen Coyne Crawford County Comprehensive High School Creekview JROTC Booster Club Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Culberson CW & BT Smith Charitable Gift Fund Distribution Sales Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Deen Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. DeLoach Mr. Shawn Dennis Mr. Curtis M. DeVoe Mr. and Ms. Dixon COL (Ret) John J. Dolac BG and Mrs. Rock Donahue, US Army (Ret) Mr. and Mrs. Randal Dunn Mr. Otis L. Durham, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gene Dyal Mr. Dennis M. Edmonds Joe and Haywood Edwards Mrs. Amanda Elder Mr. and Mrs. Knox A. Elder Dr. Richard T. Elmore, Jr. Mr. Robert E. Evans Mr. Jeffrey S. Faircloth Capt. Aurlbrio L. Fennell Mrs. Cathy G. Fishman Miss W. L. Florencourt Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Foreman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Forrester Mr. Richard Franzman Mr. Harold D. Freeman Ms. Marilyn D. French Mr. Paul P. Garland Mr. and Mrs. Scott Garpow Mr. Charles L. Garrison Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Gautier Mrs. Christine Giles Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Goodrich Mr. David J. Goodwin Mrs. Denise Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan G. Gore Mr. David M. Grant, Jr.

The Honorable and Mrs. John W. Grant III Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Green II Mr. Beau Greene Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Griffin Mrs. Leslie W. Gunter Ms. Juliet Hall Ms. Earlene Hamilton Ms. Jessica N. Hampton MAJ and Mrs. Shannon L. Hanson Mrs. Ralph Harrington COL William M. Harrington, USAF (Ret.) Mr. Charles D. Harris

TSGT Sid K. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hartle Major Jeremy Haynes Haynes Downard LLP CPT James B. Hearn Dr. James Hernandez, Jr. Mr. Gary Hernandez Mr. Richard Hicks Mr. Brian K. Hill Hines And Company, PC Mrs. Kelly H. Hodges Hodges II Foundation, Inc.

Mr. John Hoffman, Jr. Mr. George Hogan Sr. Mr. Stephen C. Howard IBM Corporation Matching Grants Program MAJ and Mrs. Robert K. Irvin Mr. Rollin W. Ivey, Jr. Jackson County High School COL Hugh Jenkins, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. John F. Johnson, Jr. Mr. Robert M. Joiner Ms. Maurice C. Jones Mr. Francis A. Kennedy

Mark A. Strom, Senior Vice President for College Relations, Executive Director of The GMC Foundation; BG Curt Rauhut, Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer; Lt.Gen. William B. Caldwell IV, GMC President; Dr. Mike Holmes, Senior Vice President and Chief Academics Officer, Dean of Faculty; Mr. Jim Watkins, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

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Happening Now Mr. Joshua Knight Ms. Carolyn J. Kjer Mr. and Mrs. Jay L. Knight Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Krahling Mrs. Pauline R. Lamar Ms. Judy M. Lewis Mr. Donald A. Long Mr. and Mrs. Billy P. Lott Metro Waterproofing Inc. Middle GA Mgt. Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marbut Mr. Russell S. Martin LTC Richard A. Massey, USA (Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Mike N. Maynard Ms. Sharon McClung Ms. Wylene McCook Col. and Mrs. Richard C. McCoy USAF (Ret.) Mr. Kenneth P. McDonald Mrs. Teresa P. McKinney Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Meeks, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Shawn C. Mercer Mr. Edward Dean Mills Mr. Raymond A. Mitchell Mr. Thomas Mizell Mr. and Mrs. Tim Monahan LTC and Mrs. Edward T. Moore Mr. and Mrs. William D. Moore Mrs. Evelyn Murphy Mr. Amos M. Myles Nations Sleep Disorder Center LLC LT and Mrs. Donald Nau Col. Reginald G. A. Neal Mrs. Edward J. Neal Mr. and Mrs. B. L. New Mrs. Echo Niblett Mr. and Mrs. David Nunn Mr. Andrew Okraski Ms. Shirley A. O’Quinn Ms. Virginia I. Owens Parkwood Design Mr. Grover L. Page Mr. and Mrs. Ace Parker Mr. Thomas S. Parker Ms. Tammie W. Pennington Mr. Shawn Phelps Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pierce Mrs. Connie Pitirri and Dr. Jim Wilson Mr. Dan Platt Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Pope Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Powell Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Price

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Dr. William L. Proctor Roadware Inc. Robin Easter Design COL and Mrs. John L. Ramey Mr. Teddy Randolph Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ratliff Mr. and Mrs. David Ray Mr. Harrison Reeves Ms. Elizabeth B. Rice Mrs. Martha H. Russo Mr. Simon Ryan Stoneybrook Home Owners Association Mr. Julie V. Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Royce Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Sanford Mr. and Mrs. Eric W. Schmidt Mr. Walter Schuchardt Mr. Hal G. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Scott Seagraves Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Sentell Mrs. Sharon M. Seymour Mr. Robert Paul Sherwood Mr. and Mrs. Winston H. Sibley Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sikes Ms. Sabrina D. Sikes Dr. and Mrs. George Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Simon, Jr. Aubrey and Mary Simpson Ms. Edwina M. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Steve S. Smirlis Mr. and Mrs. Chris Smith Mrs. Ann O. Smith Mr. Dess D. Smith III Mrs. Virginia L. Smith Ms. Patricia Smith Mr. Robert M. Smith Mrs. Carolyn Fowler Smith & Family Ms. Laura A. Snider Mr. Steve W. Spellman Mrs. Jennifer S. Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Spiler Mr.* and Mrs. Monroe F. Stamps Ms. Alisa W. Stephens Reverend and Mrs. William H. Stubba Ms. Cathy C. Sumner TCM Waterproofing LLC The Geo. D. Warthen Bank MAJ and Mrs. Ibrahim O. Tantawi Mr. Jeffery F. Tatum Dr. Donald E. Thomas, Jr. The Honorable and Mrs. Hugh P. Thompson

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Mr. Tommy G. Tompkins Dr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Torrance Mrs. Jill Towns Mr. Julius Trawick Mr. Gregory M. Tredore Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Usery Valdosta Family Medicine Associates P.C. Mr. Wendell Ray Veal Wild Side Running LLC COL and Mrs. E. Yancey Walker IV Mr. and Mrs. Edward Y. Walker III Mrs. Kelly Weems Mr. Harvey Weimer 1SG and Mrs. Lester Wells, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William P. West Mr. Carl Wheat Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilcher, Jr. Steve and Sharon Wiley Mr. and Mrs. John T. Wilkins, Jr.

Ms. Stephanie Williams LTC Matthew D. Williams Mr. and Mrs. W. Cannon Williams Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woods Robin and Sue Wright Mr. Randy K. Young

ROTUNDA (up to $99) Anonymous Mr. Brice C. Adams Katie D. Adkins Mr. Eric Allen Daniela J. Alvarez AmazonSmile Ms. Karen V. Ambellas-Cates American Eagle Leasing & Financing Inc.

Ms. Marybeth Anderson-Cormier Mr. John C. Arant Ms. Holly M. Arnold Miss Emily Arp Mrs. LaKeia B. Arrington Mr. Roger S. Austin Mr. and Mrs. W. Terry Baggett Mrs. Angela Bailey Mr. Nicholas N. Balkcom Mr. Charles F. Barber Mr. Charles B. Barber Sr. Miss Lauryn Barber Ms. Teresa L. Barnes Miss Rachel Barton Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Bass Mr. James A. Bateman Mr. and Ms. Scott Battle Dr. James Baugh Mr. and Mrs. Luther K. Beason

A very special thank you to donors of the GMC ’73 Scholarship Fund, whose generosity has made it possible to provide ten annual scholarships to date and establish an endowment that will fund four scholarships a year, in perpetuity.

GMC ‘73 SCHOLARSHIP DONATIONS Anonymous Augusta VAH Federal Credit Union Mr. Larry Allen LTC and Mrs. Franklin W. Baugh, USAF (Ret.) William R. Blizzard Dr. Miguel A. Bosch, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brown Ms. Britt O. Byrd LtGen and Mrs. William B. Caldwell IV Mr. Mario C. De Laosa, Jr. Mrs. Adria Douglas Mr. David L. Farris Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Garrett Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Glick Mrs. Martha W. Goodrich Mr. and Ms. Thomas Graham Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grant Mr. James W. Green Joseph Yates Green

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grimes Ms. Earlene Hamilton Ms. Merel J. Harrison Ms. Inez Hawkins Ms. Susan C. Hemphill Mr. and Mrs. Bob Huffines Ms. Jennifer G. Jones Mrs. Marsha M. King Ms. Carolyn J. Kjer LTC and Mrs. James T. Kjer, USA (Ret.) CWO-4 Ralph N. Lambert, USN Mr. and Mrs. Jon Luecke Mr. and Mrs. Dennis N. McShurley Malinda and Ron NeSmith Mr. and Mrs. Randy A. New Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Rev Dr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Peavy Sr. LTC and Mrs. Mike Perez Mr. and Mrs. Ben Plexico, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pursley III

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Pursley, Jr. COL and Mrs. John L. Ramey Marian Dickens Ramey Dr. Gail C. Rodin Dudley and Jenny Rowe Lloyd Schnuck Dr. and Mrs. George Simmons Mr. Stephen M. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson The Honorable and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower Steve and Janice Torrance COL and Mrs. Thomas G. Torrance Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Underwood Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vance COL and Mrs. E. Yancey Walker IV Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Williams Mr. and Mrs. Calvert Wray Mr. Lyman C. Wray

For Elaine Kirkland, the GMC ’73 Scholarship is doubly meaningful. In 2014, her older son Andrew, then a Prep School senior, was awarded one of the first three scholarships from the fund, with younger brother Aaron receiving one this year. “The GMC ’73 Scholarship has been so special to us. With four kids, the financial help is extremely beneficial, but so is the personal involvement of the donors,” she says. “They’ve gotten to know both boys and even came to Andrew’s graduation. Seeing someone recognize your child and make him feel valued is very special.” Both Kirkland boys are doing their scholarships proud. Andrew, a student athlete, chaplain and leader while at GMC, is now a sophomore at the University of West Georgia. Meanwhile, Aaron is also making his mark as a strong student, multi-sport athlete and Christian leader. Touching lives and making a meaningful difference is what the GMC ’73 Scholarship is all about. “There are many charitable causes out there, where you give money and never see the results. Our scholarship program gives you the opportunity to see real results,” said Jim Kjer (HS ’73), co-founder of the scholarship. “We’re recognizing potential and giving students the opportunity to excel in an environment that nurtures and builds character, not one that coddles or just passes them along. With GMC’s matching funds – they’ll triple your donation through the end of the year – it’s a great investment. And it’s one I’m personally very proud of.” As well he should be. Jim and three of his classmates – Patricia Baugh Thompson, Ben Plexico and Mike Perez – founded the GMC ’73 Scholarship in 2014 to honor all ‘70s era alumni who’d passed away. Sadly, the number of deceased is more than 110, but the scholarship is a way to pass on their spirit to current Prep School students. “Our intention is to be the flagship scholarship for the Prep School, if not the Junior College, as well,” said Jim. “We want to set an example of what alumni can do to give back to the school.” The example they’re setting has already become inspirational. Recipient Cayla Barnes is a Prep School senior, planning to pursue a college degree in the medical field. “[The ’73 Scholarship is] a wonderful way to assure the growth and development of future leaders,” says Cayla’s mother, Selena. “It not only aids them financially, but instills the importance of leaving a legacy. My daughter was really grateful and so excited to have an opportunity to meet the donors. Later, she told me she plans to do the same thing for another student one day.” To date, GMC alumni and friends have donated more than $32,000 which, when combined with matching funds, totals more than $94,000. Those gifts were enough to fund multiple scholarships in 2014 and 2015, and to establish an endowment that will fund four scholarships a year (one for grades 9 through 12) in perpetuity. Student recipients keep the scholarships through graduation, as long as they continue to meet the awards criteria. Plus, for every tenth of a point the student raises his or her GPA each year, the scholarship amount increases by $100 for the next year.

Triple Your Donation to the GMC ’73 Scholarship

“You won’t find many programs giving multiple, generous scholarships every school year, which is another reason it’s a worthy investment,” said Jim Kjer, HS’73. “All of our recipients are motivated individuals that want to achieve something in life. A donation to the fund not only gives students, like Cayla, Aaron, Julia and Natalie, a good education, it gives them a real stepping stone to wherever they want to go in life.”

Top 3 Reasons to Give to the GMC ’73 Scholarship before January 1) It’s a great cause. Your dollars will help deserving students who simply need some financial support to reach their potential. 2) GMC will match your donation, dollar-for-dollar up to $12,500 until midnight, December 31, 2016. 3) The GMC Foundation will also match your donation, dollar-for-dollar up to $12,500 until midnight December 31, 2016.

By donating now, you can TRIPLE YOUR GIFT and your investment satisfaction.

Donors: Mario DeLaosa Jr. (HS’70), Gus Pursley, III. (HS’75), David Grant (HS’72, JC’74), Randy New (HS’71, JC’73), Yancey Walker IV (HS’72), LTC Frank Baugh (HS’79), Mervin Green Graham (HS’74) and Britt Owen Byrd (HS’76). Recipients: (front row) Cayla Barnes, Aaron Kirkland, Julia Knowles and Natalie Moody

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PRELIMINARY STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION Georgia Military College Foundation | June 30, 2016 ASSETS ____________________________________________________________________________________ Cash 403,644 Investments 11,901,943 Promises to give 154,760 Accounts receivable 275,549 Rental property and equipment, net 854,629 Land held for investment 3,510 Total assets

13,594,035

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Net assets Unrestricted Undesignated Board designated for endowment Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted

1,252,074 2,586,470 3,484,520 6,270.971

Total net assets

$13,594,035

Total liabilities and net assets

$13,594,035

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES Georgia Military College Foundation | June 30, 2016 REVENUES AND OTHER SUPPORT Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted Total ____________________________________________________________________________________ Contributions Investments income Rent income Other income Net assets released from restrictions Satisfaction of program restrictions Total revenues and support

307,548 17,074 11,100 7,806 416,855 760,383

545,136 63,261 - - (416,855) 191,542

368,808 - - -

1,221,492 80,335 11,100 7,806

368,808

- 1,320,733

EXPENSES ____________________________________________________________________________________

Visions of merit.

Educational activities General and administrative Fundraising Allocation to Georgia Military College Total expenses Change in Net Assets Net Assets, Beginning Net Assets, Ending

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238,933 307,517 2,072 209,329 757,851 2,532

191,542

3,836,012 $

3,838,544

- - - - -

3,292,978 $

3,484,520

$

- - -

238,933 307,517 2,072 209,329 757,851

368,808

562,882

5,902,163

13,031,153

6,270,971 $

13,594,035

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(—continued from page 24) Mr. Cody Beckham LTC and Mrs. Charles B. Bennett Mrs. Edith Bennett Miss Hannah Bentley Miss Madison Bentley Mrs. Mandy Blackwell Mrs. Tanacia Blackwell Ms. Libby V. Blair Mr. James Bland Mr. Steven W. Bloodworth Ms. Marsha Bohannon Ms. Angie Bormann Dr. Miguel A. Bosch, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Bowen Ms. Leia Bowman Mr. Robert Bowman Ms. Wendy Boyer Mr. Malik A. Bradley Mrs. Joyce Brady Mr. James P. Branan Ms. Brooke T. Branan Miss Mary Grace Branan Mrs. and Mr. Mildred B. Braxley Mrs. Katherine Bray Miss Analese M. Bridges Ms. Brenda P. Briley Mrs. Katherine Broach Mr. and Mrs. Derek T. Brooks Mrs. Debra Brooks Mr. Patrick W. Brooks BG and Mrs. Doyle D. Broome Jr., USA (Ret.) Dr. Linda A. Brown Ms. Rebecca E. Brown Ms. Jessica A. Brown Mr. Harvey Brown Mr. Alexis Brown Miss Ivey Brown Mrs. Laura Bryan Mr. Michael Bunch Ms. Laura Burch Ms. Barbara Burke Mr. and Mrs. Timothy B. Burkhalter Ms. Britt O. Byrd Childre Nissan, Inc. Cornerstone Sunday School Class, NCC Mr. Ben Cairns Mr. Chris Caldwell Mrs. Judy Carman Mr. and Mrs. George S. Carpenter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Carpenter Ms. Catherine P. Carter Mr. Edward Casper

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Mr. and Mrs. John Chambers Ms. Jeanette Chambers Mrs. Anne Chamlee Mr. Kenny Chappell Miss Caroline Charnes Miss Kinsey Charnes Mr. Chase Cheely Mr. Isaac Childs Mr. Corneliu D. Chiorescu Ms. Cynthia P. Chipman Mrs. Annie G. Choice Mr. Lamar Clark Ms. Agnes M. Clement Ms. Leonna B. Clements Mr. William R. Cleveland Ms. Tera A. Cochran COL Raymond Coles Ms. Hannah Colligan Ms. Maria Collins Mrs. Amber R. Collins Reverend Charles A. Collins, Jr. Mr. Rick Cook LTC Frank E. Coots III, USA Mrs. Tracy Cornelius LTC Marilu Deason Couch Mr. Thomas M. Courson Mr. Landon Courson Mr. Kingman Cowan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Craig Dr. and Mrs. James B. Craig, Jr. Mr. Jeremiah H. Crawford Mrs. Carol Crews Mr. Stephen Cruise Miss Anna Crump Taylor M. Curtis Mr. Michael B. Darley MAJ Shannon G. Davis Rev. Charles M. Davis Sr. Ms. Whitney Davis Miss Morgan Davis Mr. Mario C. De Laosa, Jr. Mr. Pedro M. De Laosa Mr. Will Deason Ms. Marguerite S. Delgado Ms. Anne S. Dennis Mrs. Raven Dickey Mr. Gabriel Diosun Mrs. Valerie Dixon Mr. B. L. Doolittle Mr. Clifford Duckworth Mr. Lynn Dugger Mr. Donovian Duncan

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Ms. Whitley O. Dunn Mr. Casey L. Durham Mr. and Mrs. John Durrence Mr. Charles F. Dye Mrs. Betty Eady Ms. Ginger Eager Mrs. Elizabeth C. Earley Mr. John D. Edgar Miss Jessica Edwards Mr. Robert Egnor Prof. Randy Elvidge COL Gary Emory Ms. Rose P. Ennis Ms. Donna H. Estes Miss Addison L. Ethridge Jimmy and Ainsley Eubanks Dr. and Mrs. Frank O. Evans, Jr. Ms. Megan M. Evans Mr. Steven P. Everett Flea Markets of Madison, LLC Ms. Genesis Faaui Mr. and Mrs. Matt Fabian Mr. Mark Fairbrass Ms. Yvonne E. Ferrell Mr. Josh Fields Mrs. Priscilla Flemister Mr. Ralph Floyd Ms. Carolyn S. Fordham Mr. and Mrs. Cire Foston TJ L. Foston Mr. and Mrs. Ken Fountain Reverend Tony Fraley Mr. Ken Franks Ms. Markeitha N. Freeman Mrs. Erin G. Fulcher Ms. Elizabeth W. Gandy Mr. Paul R. Garland Mrs. Sue Garnto Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Garrett Mr. Sean Garrett Ms. Grace George Georgia-Carolina Stucco, Inc Mr. and Mrs. David Giddens Ms. Anita Gilbert Mr. Elwin E. Gilchrist Mr. Sean Gillespie Dr. John Gillis Ms. Amy Glanton Mr. Russell Glover GMC Augusta Campus GMC Milledgeville Student Ambassadors GMC Valdosta Campus

Mr. and Dr. Fred Godin Mr. James Goforth Dr. Beth Goldstein Mrs. Nathalie Goodrich Mrs. Letha Goolsby Mrs. Carol K. Goss Ms. Jean Graham Mr. and Mrs. Jason Graham Mr. Geoff Grandstaff Miss Cassey Graves Ms. Carla Green Mr. Alfred J. Greene Ms. Haleigh M. Greene Ms. Kimberly L. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Raynard Griffin Ms. Stephanie E. Gross Grumman Retiree Club Ms. Michele Guilfoos Hair Bar High Resolutions, Inc Ms. Leslie C. Hafer Mr. Wayne A. Hall Mr. Hugh M. Hamilton, Jr. Mr. Alexander R. Hanberry Miss Natalie Hanberry Mr. Charles Harbor Mr. Robert V. Hardeman Ms. Karlie J. Harding Ms. Kaylie A. Harding Miss Sinclair Harding Ms. Sherrie G. Harding Miss Katie Hargrove Mr. and Mrs. William K. Harpe Miss Devon Harper Mrs. Joy E. Harris Ms. Lauren Harris Ms. Audrey E. Harris Mrs. Jo Hartley Mr. Mike Harville Mr. Randall L. Hattaway Mrs. Gena Hayles Mr. Kevin Hayles Mr. Derek Hayles Xionghui He Mr. George B. Hendricks Mrs. June Henson Ms. Ashlan H. Hernandez Mrs. Robert H. Herndon Sr. Miss Gracie Herndon Mr. Sean Herndon Ms. Bridgette Herrington CSM and Mrs. Calvin Hill Sr.

Mr. Joseph Hill Mrs. Shirley Hodges Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Hodges Mrs. Diana Holladay Ms. Mikayla A. Holmes Mrs. Carrie Holzmeister Ms. Elizabeth M. Hopson Mrs. Lillian C. Hornberger Mr. Lyle Hotchkiss Miss Abby Houston Mrs. Brittany L. Howard Miss Emily Hubbard Ms. Neville R. Hudson Dr. Lisa H. Hudson Mr. Glynn R. Hudson Ms. Anne Huffine Ms. Joy S. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Jason Hughes COL and Mrs. Frederick J. Hughes IV Ms. Angela R. Hunt Tamika Hunter Mr. Rex Iannicelli Johnnie McDade Grocery Miss Jayla Jarrett Mr. Kenneth F. Jasnau Mr. Robert C. Jaworski Mrs. Sara E. Jeffords Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johns Mr. Larry Johnson Miss Kenleigh Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Shane Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Steve R. Johnston Ms. Jennifer G. Jones MAJ Robbie F. Jones Ms. Meghann Jones Mr. Myles N. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Alan Jones Mr. Justin Jones Ms. Brianna Kassel Mr. Garrett Kauzlarich Mr. and Mrs. William E. Kennedy Mr. Hunter J. Kimball Mr. Peter J. Kingsnorth SFC Wayne M. Knapp, USA (Ret.) Miss Caterina Knapp Mr. and Mrs. Knowles Mr. and Mrs. Carson Knowles Ms. Gretchen Krumdieck Ms. Sally S. Kurrie CWO-4 Ralph N. Lambert, USN Mr. Robert Larimore Miss Maddy Lattimore

Miss Jayla Lawrence Mr. John Lawson Ms. Kayla Lehman Ms. Meg Leonard Ms. Tina L. Lewis Ms. Emma Lewis Mrs. Tonya B. Lightner Mrs. Regina L. Little Ms. Kenira Lloyd Ms. Erin Locke Ms. Whitney Long Dr. Marvin L. Long, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T. Long Ms. Taylor J. Long Ms. Jessica S. Long Miss Laila Long Miss Kinsey Long Mrs. Sharon Lord Robert Lowe Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Lower Mrs. Shannon Lowery Mr. and Mrs. Jon Luecke Manatee High School Miss Tara MacCartee Mr. Tyler G. MacCartee Mrs. Monica Macklin Mrs. Elaine Maddox Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Mangan Mr. and Mrs. J C Manners Ms. Chelsea Manning Ms. Sarai M. Mapp Mr. Allen Marshall Ms. Barbara Martin Miss Hayley M. Martin Miss Hope Martin Mrs. Celes Mason Miss Sarah M. Mason Mr. Charles Massey Mr. Dennis Masters Mr. Claude Mastrosimone Mr. Sherry E. Mathis Ms. Karen Mattox Mrs. Anna Mayo Miss Olivia M. McAfee Miss Abby McCabe Miss Kassie McClain Ms. Lisa G. McCollum Mr. Hunter McComb Mr. Paul McCord Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McDade Mr. and Mrs. Randall McDonald Ms. Amy M. McDonald

MAJ and Mrs. Thomas C. McElheny Mr. Michael L. McGee Mrs. Macon C. McGinley Ms. Pamela McKenzie Mrs. Carol L. McLemore Mr. Richard L. McLeod Ms. Calli F. McMullen Mr. Harold W. McRae, Jr. Mrs. Carol L. McRae Mr. and Mrs. Dennis N. McShurley Miss Hannah L. McTyre Miss Shelby L. Medlin Mr. Dalton Medlin Ms. Elizabeth C. Meier Mr. and Mrs. Ed Menger, Jr. Mr. Daniel M. Merritt Joshua D. Miller Mr. Robert Miller Mrs. Marilyn Miller Ms. Samantha Miller Mr. Paul M. Mills Mr. Brian C. Milner Miss Peyton A. Mims Miss Hali R. Minter Ms. Karen Mitchell COL Linda Moore Ms. Natalie Mora Ms. Marie H. Morgan Mr. and Ms. David Morris Ms. Susan Morris Ms. Terri Morris Miss Jessie Morris Mrs. Gwynne B. Morton Miss Khalelah Mosley Mr. Mark Motley Mrs. Kimberly D. Mountain Mrs. Wendy Mullen Mrs. Ann Mulling Mrs. Suzanne Mullins Marissa K. Murana Ms. Debra Murray Ms. Christy Musgrove Mr. Charles Myers Mrs. Christa Navarrete Ms. Amber N. Nelson Mr. J. S. Newsom, Jr. Mrs. Pam B. Newsome Mr. Walker S. Niblett Miss Branan A. Nichols Dr. Heidi Niergarth Mr. and Mrs. Paul Noles Mrs. Audrey J. Norrie

Mrs. Ann W. Norton Olde Tyme Barber Shop Mrs. Jennifer B. O’Leary Mrs. Amirah Oliver Mrs. Boann Oliver LTC Terrance O’Neill Mrs. Amanda B. Osburn COL Karen P. Ossorio Mr. Robert G. Overman Ms. Andrea Parker COL and Mrs. Richard H. Parker Mr. Christopher R. Parks Ms. Judy A. Parks Mr. Lawrence Parlas Mr. Ralph J. Parrado Mr. Anand M. Patel Dr. Anne L. Patterson Mr. Ralph M. Paulus Mrs. Carla Payne Ms. Marlene Peavy Ms. Hope A. Pennington Mr. Charles A. Pennington Cailey A. Pennington Ms. Ann Pennington Ms. Kathy Perry Ms. Catherine I. Peterson Mr. Terry E. Phillips Ms. Annaleah Q. Phillips Mr. Eric D. Pinellas Ms. Jane Piper Mrs. Dishonda Pittman X Pitts Ms. Lynne Piza Ms. Linda Plowden Ms. Sunshine Pollock Mrs. Kimberly Pope Ms. Sally Price Miss Ommie D. Prior Miss Morgan Prosser Ms. Debbie Pulliam Mrs. April Purcell Mr. Chester R. Purcell Mrs. Christine Quarte Miss Megan Rackley Ms. April Raley Mr. Ted Ramsdell Mr. Vince Ray Mr. Dhruv Ray Mr. and Mrs. Elan Reaves Register Systems & Services Ms. Shana Reid Ms. Doris Renfroe

Mrs. Judye Rhea Mr. Kenneth Rice Miss Ciara M. Rice Miss Hannah I. Rice Miss Madison Rice Mrs. Rebekah Riddle CAPT and Mrs. William E. Riley, USN (Ret.) Mrs. Diana N. Riner Ms. Patricia Riner Mr. Rodney Rivers Mr. Stephen Roberson Robert E. Lee Chapter UDC #115 Mr. Michael T. Robinson Mr. Mark Robinson Taylor Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Craig Rodgers Ms. Lynnette V. Rodriguez Mrs. Emma Rogers Mr. Chad C. Rogers Miss Elena Rojas Miss Kali Roland Ms. Sara F. Rose Ms. Kerri Routsong Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rowe Mr. and Mrs. James B. Rowland, Jr. Mr. Keith Russell Mr. Luke Rutherford Dr. and Mrs. John E. Sallstrom Mrs. Alexis Sanders Mr. Drew Sanner Mr. and Mrs. Richard Scheff Ms. Kelly Schell Ms. Karen M. Schornhorst Ms. Jennifer Schreiber Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Schubert Mrs. Laura Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Alton L. Scott Mrs. William B. Searson III Mr. Johnathan B. Sellers Mr. and Mrs. Anthony N. Sells Miss Caitlin A. Settle Mr. Colton D. Settle Mrs. Wendy Sewell Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shaw Mrs. Kim Sheffield LTC and Mrs. Edward Shelor Ms. Claire Shepard Ms. Stephanie Shipman Mrs. April Shoemaker Miss Emma C. Shomaker Ms. Samantha Shore Mr. Bo Sibilsky

Ms. Cathy Simpkins Mr. and Mrs. Arnie N. Simpson Miss Emmaline Simpson Mr. Jim H. Sims Mr. Coswell Sims Mr. and Mrs. Elmore L. Singco Mr. William P. Sinski Ms. Rebecca Sizer Mr. Edward Smart Ms. Alice Smith Mr. Lonzo Smith Dr. and Mrs. Russell G. Smith Mr. Nathaniel E. Smith Herman Smith Mrs. Elizabeth M. Smith Mrs. Gloria E. Smith Ms. Crystal G. Smith CPT Jared D. Smith Mr. Benjamin D. Smith Mr. Ricky Smith Miss Jasmine Smith Mrs. Susan Smith-Fenwick Ms. Deloris Somers Mr. Shelby G. Somers Mr. Randy Sowell Miss Gabrielle Sowell Mr. Tom Spann Mr. Tommy Speed Mr. and Mrs. Donald Speir Mr. David E. Spence Mr. Christopher Spencer Mr. Dawson Spires Miss Kaleigh Stackpole Ms. Lynda Stamm Ms. Shytia Stanton CPT and Mrs. Ben Z. Stauber Mr. Logan Steinmeyer Ms. Laura A. Stephens Ms. Cathy Stevens Mr. Donald Steward Mrs. Katharine Stewart Mr. Kenny Stewart Mr. Charles E. Stow Mrs. Vaness H. Stripling Miss Rachel Summerlin Ms. Nahla Swedan The School Board of Polk County Ms. Cindy Tafoya Mrs. Jessica Tang Mr. Anthony G. Tanner Mrs. Nelda Tawse Mr. Michael Taylor

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Ms. Ann Tennille Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tenold Ms. Alice Tenold Mr. Bruce O. Thomas Mrs. Susan Thomas Mr. Cypcyone Thomas Mr. Butch Thomas Ms. Yvonne Thompson Mr. Nathan Thompson Mr. and Mrs. John C. Thornton Ms. Jennifer Thornton Mrs. Bonnie Tindall Mr. David Tinsely Mr. Mark Tolbert Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Toms Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Tooke Mr. Kyle Toole Mr. Terry Torgow Mr. Anthony M. Tovar Ms. Almeta D. Trawick Mr. Shalawn Trawick Ms. Natasha Tremble Ms. Cynthia Triutt Mrs. Laurel Tucker Mr. Delmar J. Turner Ms. Shanequa Turner Mr. Trevor Tyus Mrs. Jacqueline Tyus Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Uliano Ms. Melisssa B. Usry VBRN Investments LLC Mr. Justin R. Vanderwerff Mrs. Maria L. Vaughn Mrs. Janice Vinson Miss Caitlin P. Vinson WHB Wealth Management Group LLC Miss Brooke Waddell Mr. Joey Waddell Miss Madison L. Waddell Ms. Lisa Wagner Ms. Jennifer L. Wagner Mr. Caliah Walker Mr. Darrell Walters Mrs. Stephanie Walton Ms. Cynthia A. Walton Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ward Mrs. Janice C. Ward Mr. Mark Ward Mrs. and Mr. Cheri D. Wardrup Ms. Billie A. Washburn Mr. Andy Watkins Mr. Jack Watkins

Ms. Jennifer Watson Miss Gracie Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weimer Mrs. Lisa Weldon Mr. Jeffery C. Wells Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wells Miss Peyton Wells Grey D. Wesson Mr. John H. Westmoreland Ms. Faye Wheat Ms. Valerie Wheeler Miss Kellie B. Whipple Mr. Armanius White Mr. Susan Whittle Mr. Frank E. Wiggins, Jr. Ms. Dianne D. Wilcox Mrs. India L. Wilcox Mr. Brandon K. Williams Mr. Herbert P. Williams Mr. Ricky H. Williams III Mrs. Betty Williams Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge C. Williams Ms. Sabrina Williams Miss Natalie Williams Miss Madison Williams Ms. Kristen M. Williamson Ms. Tracie Wilson Mr. James Wilson Mr. Mark A. Witte Mrs. Donna Wood Miss Caroline Wood Mrs. Brooke Wood Mr. Levi Wooden Mr. John J. Word, Jr. Ms. Yvonne J. Wright Ms. Amy Zipperer

IN MEMORY Mr. David B. Arnold Mr. Larry Allen Mr. Tom Bartlett Mr. Ralph J. Parrado Mr. Roger K. Beck, Jr. Mr. Larry Allen Mr. Henry F. Beckum Mr. Comer H. Randall, Jr. MAJ Robert E. Black Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Gandy Mr. David C. Boland Mrs. Janis Boland

Mr. William S. Boone Cornerstone Sunday School Class, NCC Mr. Glynn R. Hudson Ms. Meg Leonard Ms. Elizabeth C. Meier LTC and Mrs. Edward T. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Alton L. Scott Ms. Laura A. Snider Ms. Cathy C. Sumner Dr. Marta Bosch Dr. Miguel A. Bosch, Jr. CPT Darwin Brake COL William J. Brake, USAF (Ret.) Mr. Otto A. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Steve R. Johnston COL Reginald G. A. Neal Mr. Stanley J. Bugacki Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Uliano Mr. James R. Bundrick Mrs. Gwynne B. Morton Mrs. Michael J. Carrington Dr. and Mrs. George Simmons Mr. Lew Cordell Dr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Laseter Mr. Bill Craig Mrs. Evelyn Murphy Mrs. Dwight Daniell Mr. Comer H. Randall, Jr. Mr. Roger I. Daniell LTC and Mrs. James T. Kjer, USA (Ret.) Mr. Richard Dillaman MAJ and Mrs. Robert K. Irvin LTG Henry E. Emerson USA (Ret.) LtGen and Mrs. William B. Caldwell IV COL Charles W. Ennis Dr. and Mrs. James E. Baugh Mrs. Beegee Baugh Ms. Brenda P. Briley Mr. and Mrs. George S. Carpenter, Jr. Mrs. Anne Chamlee Childre Nissan, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Vince Ciampa Dudley and Jenny Rowe Mr. Robert E. Evans Exchange Bank of Milledgeville Dr. and Mrs. John H. Ferguson Miss W. L. Florencourt Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Gandy Mrs. Emily Garner MG* and Mrs. Thomas Greer Mrs. Ralph Harrington Ms. Merel J. Harrison High Resolutions, Inc.

Hines And Company, PC Joe and Haywood Edwards Johnnie McDade Grocery Ms. Jennifer G. Jones Mr. and Mrs. William E. Kennedy Ms. Judy M. Lewis Middle GA Mgt. Services, Inc. LTC and Mrs. Edward T. Moore The Honorable and Mrs. Powell A.Moore Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Mrs. Boann Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Pope Mr. Harrison Reeves Robin Easter Design Ms. Sara F. Rose Mr. and Mrs. Chris Connell and Mrs. Catherine Garner Scott Mr. and Mrs. Arnie N. Simpson Ms. Patricia Smith Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson The Honorable and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance The Honorable and Mrs. W. J. Usery, Jr. In Memory of Mr. John T. Williamson In Memory of Ms. Kristen M. Williamson MAJ John C. Farris USA (Ret.) Mr. David L. Farris Mr. William S. Fowler American Hydrotech Inc. Mr. John C. Arant Mrs. Jane S. Beall Mr. Charles F. Dye Dr. and Mrs. George L. Echols Exchange Bank of Milledgeville Mrs. Carolyn Fowler Smith & Family Dr. and Mrs. John H. Ferguson Mr. Harold D. Freeman Ms. Earlene Hamilton Haynes Downard LLP Mrs. June Henson Mrs. Lillian C. Hornberger Mrs. Pauline R. Lamar Ms. Wylene McCook Ms. Winifred Mitchell Ms. Marie H. Morgan Mrs. Audrey J. Norrie Mrs. Ann W. Norton Mr. Tony Owen, Jr. Ms. Patricia Riner Roadware Inc. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Rogers Mrs. Martha H. Russo Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Butch) Simpson

TCM Waterproofing LLC The Honorable and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance Mr. Ben G. Gautier Ms. Merel J. Harrison Mr. Robert I. Gibbs Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Mr. Jake Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Gandy Samuel and Harold Goodrich Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Goodrich Mr. Jack Graham Mr. Larry Allen Dr. and Mrs. John H. Ferguson Ms. Merel J. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Hodges Joe and Haywood Edwards Ms. Jennifer G. Jones Ms. Elizabeth B. Rice Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson The Honorable and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower Mr. James M. Grant VBRN Investments LLC Mr. John C. Green Mr. and Mrs. Ben Plexico, Jr. Harvey Plexico, Inc. MG Thomas Greer LtGen and Mrs. William B. Caldwell IV Mr. James Haskins LtGen and Mrs. William B. Caldwell IV Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Mrs. Louise B. Helton Dr. Lisa H. Hudson Mrs. Jen Hodges Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mrs. Mary S. Hopper Ms. Sally S. Kurrie Mr. Taylor B. Israel Mr. Comer H. Randall, Jr. Ms. Karen S. Jarrell Mrs. Brittany L. Howard Ms. Betty Little Dr. Jennifer Van Vliet Mr. Winn Jefferson Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Deen Mr. Alling Jones Mr. Robert M. Joiner Mr. F. K. Jones, Jr. Mr. Comer H. Randall, Jr. Mr. Ralph Jones LTC Frank E. Coots III, USA Mr. and Mrs. B. L. New Mr. and Mrs. Randy A. New

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Dr. Don King The Honorable and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower Ms. Diane Langston LtGen and Mrs. William B. Caldwell IV Mr. D. G. Leverett Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Garrett Mrs. Glynn Leverrett Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Gandy Mr. Carroll L. McDade Mr. and Mrs. David Grant COL Jere N. Moore, Jr. Ms. Edwina M. Simpson Mrs. Kay Moore Ms. Edwina M. Simpson Mr. Edward J. Neal Mrs. Edward J. Neal Mr. James E. Nipper Mr. and Mrs. David Grant Mr. Aubrey L. Odom Mr. Comer H. Randall, Jr. LTC Ray C. Olivier Mr.* and Mrs. Charles (Butch) Simpson Mrs. Susan Parrado LTC and Mrs. James T. Kjer, USA (Ret.) Mrs. Helen Patterson LTC and Mrs. James T. Kjer, USA (Ret.) MAJ James L. Patterson, USA (Ret.) Ms. Anne Martin Mrs. Ellen Goodrich Mrs. Mary Jane Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Butch) Simpson Ms. Dorothy Robertson Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Mr. Roy G. Rountree Col. and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes LTC Mitch Sakey Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grimes Mrs. Vaness H. Stripling Mr. Charles H. Sloan COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance Miss Jill Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Derek T. Brooks Mrs. Winn Thompson Mrs. Beegee Baugh Mr. and Mrs. Horace Chambers Mrs. Nathalie Goodrich Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grimes MAJ and Mrs. Robert K. Irvin Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. McMillan III Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vance COL Ren A. Thorne Mr. Felix C. Moring

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Mr. Larry Torrance MAJ and Mrs. Robert K. Irvin COL Robert N. Tredway, USA (Ret.) Ms. Anne Martin Mr. Charles M. Vandiver Mr. Comer H. Randall, Jr. Mr. Larry J. Wheat Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Jaco Mrs. Jennifer Williams LTC and Mrs. James T. Kjer, USA (Ret.) LTC and Mrs. Mike Perez Mr. Otis C. Woods Mrs. Patsy B. Woods Mr. Rodney Wright Dr. Maidana K. Nunn The Honorable T. D. Yawn Ms. Angie Bormann Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Bowen Mrs. Rebecca Y. Branch Ms. Brenda P. Briley Ms. Diana Y. Canerday Mr. and Mrs. John Durrence MG* and Mrs. Thomas Greer Ms. Michele Guilfoos Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Mobley Mr. Robert G. Overman The Honorable and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower COL and Mrs. Grady Torrance Mr. and Mrs. Ken Vance Mr. Adam H. Youmans Ms. Lisa Chapman Young BG George H. Young USA (Ret.) LtGen and Mrs. William B. Caldwell IV

IN HONOR Class of 2016 LtGen and Mrs. William B. Caldwell IV Ms. Leigh Aldhizer Ms. Tera A. Cochran Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office Mr. and Mrs. Madden Hatcher III Mrs. Beegee Baugh Ms. Lillian A. Thompson Mr. Derek Bean Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Bean MG Peter J. Boylan, USA (Ret.) Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Ms. Theresa Burton Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jenkins

Mr. Frederick D. Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jenkins LtGen William B. Caldwell IV Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jenkins Master Andrew Deen Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Deen Master Joel Deen Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Deen Mrs. Lauren B. Deen Mr. and Mrs. Jason Graham Dr. Floride M. Gardner Ms. Edwina M. Simpson Mr. John W. Grant, Jr. Mr. Larry Allen Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson Mrs. Pam Grant Dr. Kenneth J. Marks and Mr. Steven C. Rogers The Honorable and Mrs. Gary L. Thrower Mr. Earl B. Hunter, Jr. James Baugh Family Trust Ms. Jennifer G. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Jason Graham Mr. Bill Kennedy The James B. Kennedy Family Mr. and Mrs. James B. Kennedy IV Mrs. Nancy Kennedy Mrs. Katherine Bray Mr. Kyle Kessinger Mr. Casey L. Durham The Honorable E. C. Kidd III Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marbut Mrs. LouAnn Knight Mr. and Mrs. Jason Hughes Mr. Bill Massee COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Ms. Calli F. McMullen Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grimes Mrs. Pamla P. Moore Ms. Edwina M. Simpson The Honorable Powell A. Moore Ms. Edwina M. Simpson Mr. Henry C. Power Mr. and Mrs. Jon Luecke BG Curt Rauhut Dr. Kenneth J. Marks and Mr. Steven C. Rogers Dr. Terry Reid Dr. and Mrs. George Coletti Mr. Matt Rion Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larsson

Mr. Tyler Rion Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larsson COL Charles D. Sikes Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sikes Mr. Robert D. Sikes COL and Mrs. Charles D. Sikes Mr. Steven A. Simpson Mrs. Cynthia D. Simpson Dr. James L. Strom Mr. Mendal A. Bouknight, Jr. Mr. Mark A. Strom Mr. Mendal A. Bouknight, Jr. All Military Who Serve The USA Major Edward J. McCaffrey Jr., USA (Ret.) Mrs. Patricia B. Thompson Dr. Beth Goldstein Mrs. Dana C. Thor Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jenkins Mrs. Frances Torrance Steve and Janice Torrance The Honorable W. J. Usery, Jr. LtGen and Mrs. William B. Caldwell IV COL Fred Van Horn, USA (Ret.) LtGen and Mrs. William B. Caldwell IV Mr. J. E. Hall Dr. Maidana K. Nunn Mrs. Carol Vance Mr. and Mrs. Jason Hughes MAJ James D. Walton Ms. Amy A. Walton Mr. Andy Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bailey Mr. Jack Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bailey

MAJ and Mrs. William R. Hastings Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Johnson COL and Mrs. Ralph L. Kauzlarich The Honorable and Mrs. Powell A. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Randall A. New Dr. and Mrs. Seth Rion Dudley and Jenny Rowe Mr. and Mrs. David Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Strom The Usery Foundation COL and Mrs. Fred Van Horn, USA (Ret.) We apologize for any errors, and ask that you please contact the Office of College Relations: Eric Schmidt, (478) 387-7190 or Marissa Hughes, (478) 387-4394.

MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES Eli Lilly and Company Foundation ExxonMobil Matching Gift Programs IBM Corporation Matching Grants Program J.M. Huber Corporation State Farm Foundation

GIFT-IN-KIND American Eagle Awards Chambers Cleaners, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. George Coletti Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Copelan, Jr.

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EMPLOYEE GIVING Ms. Karen V. Ambellas-Cates Ms. Janis Anderson Ms. Holly M. Arnold Mrs. LaKeia B. Arrington Dr. Adel Bakr Dr. Stephen Barber Mr. Charles F. Barber Mrs. Ravonda Bargeron Ms. Teresa L. Barnes Ms. Debbie Barsby LTC Patrick Beer MAJ David S. Bill Mrs. Tanacia Blackwell Mrs. Mandy Blackwell Ms. Libby Vinson Blair Mr. James Bland Mr. Archie L. Bouie Ms. Leia Bowman Ms. Wendy Boyer Mrs. Emily Boylan Mr. James A. Brady Ms. Jessica A. Brown Ms. Rebecca E. Brown Dr. Jennifer Duckworth Brown Dr. Linda A. Brown Ms. Barbara A Bundrage Ms. Laura Burch Mrs. Geri Burkhalter Mr. John Taylor Burks

Mr. Ben Cairns LtGen William B. Caldwell, IV Ms. Catherine P. Carter Mrs. Anne Chambers Mr. Corneliu Daniel Chiorescu LTC Wilfred D. Clayton Mr. George Cliff Ms. Maria Collins Mrs. Amber R. Collins LTC Marilu Deason Couch Mr. Thomas M. Courson Mr. Stephen Coyne Mr. Michael B. Darley MAJ Shannon G. Davis Mrs. Lauren Benson Deen Mr. Shawn Dennis Mr. Blair T. Dietrich BG Rock Donahue Mrs. Amanda Elder Prof. Randy Elvidge Ms. Donna H. Estes Mrs. Ainsley Eubanks Mr. Steven P. Everett Mr. Mark Fairbrass Mr. Josh Fields Mrs. Cathy G. Fishman Mr. Ken Fountain Mr. Ken Franks Ms. Markeitha Nicole Freeman Mr. Paul P. Garland Mr. Paul Ryan Garland Mrs. Janeen S. Garpow

MAJ Brent Gebel Mrs. Christine Giles Mr. Sean Gillespie Dr. John Gillis Ms. Amy Glanton Mr. Russell Glover Mrs. Pam Grant Mr. Jeff Gray Ms. Leslie C. Hafer Mr. Hugh M. Hamilton Mr. Charles Harbor Mrs. Joy E. Harris MAJ William Ray Hastings Mr. Xionghui He Mr. George B. Hendricks Mr. Brian K. Hill Dr. Mike Holmes Ms. Elizabeth M. Hopson Mrs. Brittany L. Howard Ms. Neville R. Hudson Ms. Anne Huffine Ms. Joy S. Hughes Mrs. Marissa E. Hughes Ms. Angela Russell Hunt Dr. Susan Isaac Mrs. Sara E. Jeffords MAJ Robbie Favors Jones Ms. Jennifer G. Jones COL Ralph L. Kauzlarich Mr. Aman Kay Mr. Salwa S. Kirbah Mr. Jay Lewis Knight

Mrs. Robin D. Knight Ms. Sally S. Kurrie Mrs. Lynda L. Lamarre Mrs. Kim Leben Mrs. Amy R. Lee LTC (Ret) David Lewis Ms. Tina L. Lewis Ms. Betty Little Ms. Whitney Long Ms. Chelsea Manning Mrs. Celes Mason Mrs. Anne Mason Mr. Dennis Masters Ms. Sharon McClung Ms. Lisa G. McCollum Mr. Paul McCord Mrs. Caroline C. McDade Mrs. Linda G. McDonald MAJ Thomas C. McElheny Ms. Pamela McKenzie Mrs. Carol L McLemore Mr. Donnie Meeks Mrs. Susan V. Meeks Mrs. Amanda Christine Mercer Mr. Daniel M Merritt Mr. Josh Dane Miller Mr. Paul Michael Mills Mr. Brian C. Milner Ms. Karen Mitchell COL Linda Moore Mrs. Kimberly D. Mountain Mrs. Suzanne Mullins

Ms. Debra Murray Ms. Christy Musgrove Mr. Charles Myers Mrs. Echo Niblett Dr. Carol S. O’Dell Mrs. Jennifer B. O’Leary Mrs. Amirah Oliver Mrs. Valerie Osborne Ms. Andrea Parker Ms. Judy Ann Parks Mr. Christopher R. Parks Ms. Tammie Walden Pennington Mr. Dan Platt Ms. Sally Price Mrs. April Purcell Ms. April Raley Mr. Ted Ramsdell BG Curt Rauhut Mrs. Helen Minter Ray Mrs. Traci Dawn Reaves Ms. Shana Reid Dr. Ramona G. Rice Mr. Garland Riner Mrs. Jill Robbins Mr. Stephen Roberson Ms. Lynnette Valerie Rodriguez Ms. Kerri Routsong Mr. James B. Rowland Mr. Simon Ryan Mr. Eric William Schmidt Mrs. Laura Schwartz Mrs. Karen Williams Seagraves

Mr. Scott Seagraves LTC Edward Shelor Mr. Robert Paul Sherwood Mrs. April Shoemaker Ms. Samantha Shore Mr. David Allen Simmons Ms. Cathy Simpkins Mr. Steven A. Simpson Mrs. Cynthia D. Simpson Mr. William P. Sinski Mr. Lonzo Smith Ms. Priscilla Adams Smith Ms. Alice Smith Mrs. Susan Smith-Fenwick Ms. Deloris Somers Mr. Randy Sowell Mrs. Jennifer S. Spencer Ms. Lynda Stamm Ms. Alisa W. Stephens Dr. Carol M. Stiles Mr. Mark Adams Strom Ms. Nahla Swedan Ms. Cindy Tafoya Mrs. Jessica Tang Mr. Michael Taylor Mr. Cypcyone Thomas Mr. Bruce O. Thomas Mrs. Susan Thomas Ms. Yvonne Thompson Mr. John C. Thornton Mrs. Sally Thrower Mrs. Bonnie Tindall

Mr. Mark Tolbert Mrs. Jill Towns Mr. Gregory M. Tredore Ms. Natasha Tremble Mrs. Laurel Tucker Ms. Melisssa Braddy Usry COL Fred Van Horn Dr. Jennifer Van Vliet Mrs. Carol Vance Mr. Justin R. Vanderwerff Ms. Lisa Wagner COL E. Yancey Walker Mrs. Stephanie Walton Mrs. Denise H. Wansley Mr. Jeff Ward Ms. Billie A. Washburn Mr. James Watkins Ms. Jennifer Watson Mr. Mark Weaver Mrs. Kelly Weems Mr. Jeffery Clayton Wells Ms. Dianne D. Wilcox Mrs. India L. Wilcox Mrs. Cathy Williams Ms. Stephanie Williams Mr. Bert P. Williams Ms. Tracie Wilson Mr. Charles W. Wright Mr. Joseph Yearwood Ms. Amy Zipperer Dr. Jeannie Zipperer

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