Individual Gifts of Note
Last year, gifts by Fisher alumni and friends helped fund student scholarships and fellowships, faculty research, undergraduate and graduate program enhancements, research and business partnership centers, as well as emerging priorities of the college.

James (MBA ’81) and Melissa Allen established an endowment for graduate student scholarships.

L. Ann and H. Keith (BSBA ’63) Allen established an endowment to support emerging initiatives at the college.

Joseph Alutto and Carol Newcomb have made additional gifts to the Joseph Alutto MBA Scholarship Fund, which provides scholarships for MBA students.

William (BSBA ’50) and Diana Arthur supported the Initiative for Managing Services.

Pat Aveni continued her support of scholarships for students studying entrepreneurship.

The Thomas J. Burns Trust supported the Accounting Hall of Fame and the Accounting Honors Program.

The Cindy Coykendale Fund was endowed to support the dean’s innovation fund directed toward staff support.

The Max M. Fisher Family continued their generous support of the Max M. Fisher College of Business.

Donald (BSBA ’60, MBA ’63) and Ann Fender continued their support of the real estate program and scholarships.

John and Bebe Finn established an endowment to support MBA scholarships.

Sander and Mechele Flaum supported the annual Sander Flaum Leadership Speaker Series.

Karl Frey (BSBA ’89) continued his support of the Thomas Burns Accounting Honors program.

Timothy (BSBA ’90) and Jennifer Gallagher made a gift to the Dean’s Advisory Council fund which supports emerging priorities of the college.

Randy Gerber (BSBA ’90) continued his support of the Initiative for Managing Services.

Terrence (MBA ’83) and CeCe Geremski continued their support of MBA scholarships and the Big Ten MBA Case competition.

John B. Gerlach Family has made additional gifts to the John B. Gerlach Medalist Scholarship Fund in support of undergraduate students.

Del (BSBA ’61) and Marianne Glanz continued to support emerging priorities of the college.

Ray (BSBA ’57) and Anne Groves made a gift in support of the college’s strategic initiatives.

The Hrusovsky Family / GroundWork Group Internship Fund was endowed to support internships.

Richard D. (MBA ’62) and Anne Johnson committed support to Fisher College of Business through their estate.

Timothy (BSBA ’80) and Kathleen Keenan supported the Center for Operational Excellence.

David T. Kollat supported the marketing and logistics program.

The Harry T. Mangurian, Jr. Foundation, Inc. established an endowment to support a professorship in business.

Geraldine Marston made a gift in support of undergraduate scholarships.

Linda Meeks supported the college and its initiatives for women.

Stephen (BSBA ’61) and Martie Mehallis established an endowment to support emerging priorities of the college.

Timothy (MBA ’76) and Melinda Michael continued their support of graduate scholarships for students having served in the U.S. military.

The Randall C. and Peggy North Mosher Family Scholarship Fund was endowed to support students enrolled in classes or programs supported by the Center for Entrepreneurship.

Norman  and Sandy Pessin supported alumni engagement opportunities and the career placement of Fisher graduates.

Jason Pitstick (BSBA ‘91) has continued his support of the Initiative for Managing Services.

Ruann Ernst and Bill Riffle established an endowment for scholarship support through the Center for Entrepreneurship.

David (BSBA ’58) and Anne Rismiller supported the Rismiller Chair in Finance.

Joseph Rosenbaum (BSBA ’77, MBA ’82) made a gift to support emerging priorities of the college.

Bryan (BSBA ’66) and Judith Roub created an endowment to support undergraduate scholarships.

John Russell (BSBA ’66; MBA ’71), through his estate, established two endowments which will fund a chair in communications and graduate scholarships.

Ami Scott (BSBA ’94, MBA ’94) has made gifts to support the Fisher Shareholders program and minority students attending the college.

The Rosemarie Shaffer, through her estate, created an innovation fund endowment for emerging priorities at Fisher College of Business in honor of her late husband, Leon H. Shaffer (BSBA ’43).

Dr. Judy Tansky (BSBA  ’68; MA ’75; PhD ‘91) made a gift in support of the Center for Entrepreneurship at Fisher.

James (BSBA ’50) and Judith Thomas continued to support undergraduate and MBA scholarship and graduate programs.

Robert (MBA ’64; PhD ’68) and Missy Weiler has made a gift to support the Weiler MBA Scholarship Fund, which provides scholarships to MBA students.

Annabelle and Daniel (BSBA ’67) Westerbeck supported faculty excellence.

Thomas L. Wheeler, III (BE ENG ’55) continued his commitment to the college with support of internships for students associated with the Center for Entrepreneurship.

William Wolfson (BSBA ’48) continued his support of scholarships and committed to establish a new endowment in memory of his late wife, Rosalind Wolfson.

Don Yannias (BSBA ’79, MBA ’81) supported the Center for Entrepreneurship.

Anne and Robert (MBA ’73) Zerbst supported scholarships for MBA candidates.

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