Foundation board celebrates $10 Million endowment milestone

Northwest Foundation board celebrates $10 Million endowment milestone

Members of the Northwest Mississippi Community College Foundation celebrated with Northwest President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears and members of the Northwest Foundation staff the reaching of a milestone in the history of the foundation. As of July 31, the value of the Northwest Endowment had surpassed $10 million.  “In 1996, the endowment stood at $250,000.  Through the extraordinary support of the Northwest administration, especially, Dr. Spears, the faithful and dedicated leadership of this foundation board, the prudent management of Cook and Bolton Consulting Group with Merrill Lynch, and the generosity of hundreds of donors, we have reached this significant milestone.  In addition to this, we have awarded an additional $4.5 million in scholarships over these years,” said Sybil Canon, associate vice president of Development and Special Projects. Pictured are top row (l-r) Barry Bouchillon and Dr. Stephen Joe both of Southaven; Sterling Withers, Tunica; Judge Jimmy McClure, Sardis; Tommy Woods, Byhalia; Marty Allison, Sarah and Harold Nichols, Kevin Doddridge and Barry Bridgforth all of Olive Branch. Bottom row (l-r) are Don Clanton, Senatobia; Charles Veazey, Oxford; Judge Gerald Chatham, Hernando; Jerry Barrett, Senatobia; Dr. Spears; Patricia Dhority, Hernando; Canon, Dr. Patsy Sledge, Roberta Mayfield, Cindy Hale, Patti Gordon, Gale Cushman and Marla Kennedy all of Senatobia; Perrin Hunter, Eads, Tenn.; Fred Carlisle, Holly Springs; Julie Bauer, Southaven; Drew DePriest, Olive Branch; Gary Kornegay, Batesville and Chuck Jackson, Senatobia.  Board members not pictured are Gary Anderson, Byhalia; Dot Smith, Batesville; James Dunn, Tunica; Jim Beckett, Bruce; Mike Herrington, Olive Branch; Mike Boren, Tunica, Perrin Caldwell, Jr., Batesville and Curtis Greer, Myrtle. (Photo by LaJuan Tallo)

 

 

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