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Lifetime and Legacy Donors LEADERSHIP GIVING Through their support and enthusiasm for the Embry-Riddle mission and their passion for philanthropy to the university, members of the Leadership Gift Societies continue to build the legacy that is Embry-Riddle. The Leadership Gift Societies recognize the generosity of these donors. JACK R. HUNT SOCIETY CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS Airbus Services Company Boeing Company Charitable Trust Boston Scientific Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust Honeywell Intervest Construction The MathWorks Rolls-Royce Corporation The Wessel Foundation Andrew Deas (’60, WW) Estate of Farshad K. Babazdeh Estate of William Haas Constance Hunter Edward (HonDoc ’90, DB)* and Carolyn King William March (’81, WW)* William Pitts (’60, MC) William (HonDoc ’87, DB) and Eunice Spruance* Lane Wipff ALUMNI AND FRIENDS Jay (HonDoc ’08, DB) and Leila Adams Michele Bowman-Underwood and Joseph Underwood James and Beverly Cone Samuel Goldman* James (’79, DB) and Karli Hagedorn Mori (’79, ’82, DB) and Forough (’85, DB) Hosseini Roger Koch L. Gale Lemerand Dorothee Miller* S. Harry (HonDoc ’72, DB) and Linda Robertson Steven (HonDoc ’98, DB) and Christine Udvar-Hazy George and Helen Weaver Helen Wessel T. HIGBEE EMBRY SOCIETY CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS AAR Corporation Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association AlliedSignal Air Transport Avionics American Airlines Associated Aviation Underwriters Aviall Aviation Education Foundation The Robert and Lois Braddock Charitable Foundation Cessna Foundation Cobb & Cole Combined Federal Campaign #4126 Computer Presentations and Training Consolidated-Tomoka Land Company CSG Enterprise Dade Community Foundation Tine W. Davis Family Foundation Daytona Aerospace Industrial Park Joint Venture Daytona Mitsubishi / Kia Delta Air Lines DS SolidWorks Equis Financial Group Florida Independent College Fund Follett Higher Education Group Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation Halifax Paving Honeywell International Foundation Paul and Constance Hunter Charitable Foundation International Order of Characters International Speedway Corporation ISTAT Foundation Kresge Foundation The Jack R. Hunt Society Named for Embry-Riddle’s first president, the Jack R. Hunt Society honors donors whose lifetime giving to the university totals $1 million or more. The John Paul Riddle Society Honoring a founder of the university, the John Paul Riddle Society recognizes donors who make lifetime contributions totaling at least $500,000. The T. Higbee Embry Society Named for John Paul Riddle’s entrepreneurial partner, the T. Higbee Embry Society recognizes donors with lifetime contributions of $100,000 or more. JOHN PAUL RIDDLE SOCIETY CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS Air Force Association Analytical Graphics Boeing Company Brown & Brown of Florida Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation Constellation Productions ERAU SGA Frasca International Robertson Research Group Gen. William W. Spruance Foundation URS The Legacy Society Recognizing donors who include Embry-Riddle in their estate, the Legacy Society supports multiple generations of aeronautical leaders. CAMPUS LEGEND MC Miami Campus DB Daytona Beach, Fla. PC Prescott, Ariz. WW Worldwide Campus ALUMNI AND FRIENDS James and Essie Barfield* Tine (HonDoc ’69, DB) and Eunice Davis* 8 P H I L A NTH R O PY R E P O RT G I V I N GTO.E R A U.E D U *Deceased

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Lift - 2012 Annual Report on Philanthropy

Lift - 2012 Annual Report on Philanthropy
Letter From the President
Letter From the Associate Vice President
Fiscal Year 2012 Financial Report
Throttling up
Lifetime and Legacy Donors
Toward an entrepreneurial university
Corporations and foundations
Student projects take off with Rockwell Collins
Daytona Beach alumni
Part of the Embry-Riddle fabric
Embry-Riddle’s first cadet gives back
Students help create a culture of philanthropy
Prescott alumni
Worldwide alumni
Military support
Board members, faculty and staff
Perpetuating dreams
Scholarship Donors
In Memoriam Donors
Endowed Funds

Lift - 2012 Annual Report on Philanthropy