SUSTAINING PHILANTHROPIST SOCIETY

The Sustaining Philanthropist Society is a donor recognition program designed to honor alumni and friends who have made sustained/major gifts to the University either through a one-time gift or a multi-year commitment.

Your sustaining gift will help build the endowment; strengthen academic programs and services; enhance the learning environment and expand scholarship opportunities. By sharing your financial gifts and joining a Sustaining Philanthropist  Society, you will help continue the legacy of excellence at Central State University.

CSUF Contributors REPORTS

JOHN W. GARLAND & CAROLYN FARROW-GARLAND SOCIETY

Members of this society support the University at a level of $100,000 or more

John W. ‘71 & Carolyn Farrow-Garland

Anonymous

Dr. James A. Elam ‘54

Dr. James E. Farmer ‘67

Ernie & Della Green

Ernie Green & Associates Inc.

Ronald E. Goldsberry ‘64

James Hill, Jr. ‘64

Richard Lapedes

Maureen Lynch

Vaudrey L. Tipton, Jr.*

JAMES A. ELAM SOCIETY

Members of this society support the University at a level of $70,000 to $99,999

Marcella Boozer ‘67

Dr. Yvette L. Coursey ‘63

Dr. Jerry R. Cummings ‘63

Dr. Gerald E. Meyer*

Luther & Gloria Towers ‘54

CHARLES WHITEHEAD SOCIETY

Members of this society support the University at a level of $40,000 to $69,999

Charles Whitehead ‘61

Anonymous

Stanley J. Botts ‘70

Gary A. Dowdell ‘70

Vernon N. Ford ‘70

AUDREY NORMAN TURNER SOCIETY

Members of this society support the University at a level of $10,000 to $39,999

William Allen ‘62

Dr. Abayomi Ajayi-Majebi

Mattie Brown-Berry ‘57

Dr. Gordon Berry ‘55

Gillis Bowden ‘77

Dr. Robert L. Bowles, Jr ‘61

James Bridges ‘56

Linda Dukes-Campbell ‘75

Richard “Clay” Dixon ‘63

Ponzella M. Penny Fuller ‘66

Martha A. DuPree-Gibson ‘72

THE 1887 LEGACY SOCIETY

Planned Giving Program

The 1887 Legacy Society is a donor recognition planned giving program for individuals who desire to establish their legacy and ensure the future of Central State University. Gifts such as stocks and securities, life insurance, retirement accounts, a bequest, and property such as land, housing, artwork and rare books are recognized as planned gifts. Individuals making such gifts are inducted into the 1887 Legacy Society. Members inducted into The 1887 Legacy Society include:

Janet and John Angell

Dolores Alston ’55

Almelda Brack ’59

James Bridges ’56

Esther Bronston*

Alice Callier ’62

Urcelle Carter Willis

Yvette Coursey

Yvonne Coursey

Hugh Douglass

Cheryl Dowdell ’73

Linda Dukes Campbell ’75

James Elam ’54*

Hattie Farris*

LaVonne Flowers

John Garland ’71 & Carolyn Garland ’70

Waverly Glover ’50

Ronald Goldsberry ’64

Biancha Graves ’90

Ernie and Della Green

Jonathan Hariston ’08

Leota Hardin ’48*

Ronald Hayes ’63

Raymond Haysbert ’47*

Janet Hicks ’61*

James Hill ’64

Lance O Jackson ’84*

Ruby Jefferson

Gloria Jones ‘64

Thomas Kelly ’42

Richard Lapedes and Maureen Lynch

James Marable ’50

Gerald Meyer*

Doris Nicholson

Gene Norman

Audrey Norman Turner*

Joan Owens ’59

Dorothy Palmer ’49*

Kimberly Peoples ’49

Deborah Perkins ’73

Keith Perkins ’82 & Lisa Perkins

David Price ’56*

James Renick ’70 & Peggy Renick

Shelbert Smith*

Joshua Smith ’63

Curtis Symonds ’78

Leatrice Thomas ’57

Vaudrey Tipton*

Benjamin Thompson ’67

Gwendolyn Walters ’57*

Patricia Walton