Northwood Idea Fall Magazine 2012Document Transcript
The alumni magazine of northwood university Volume 6 Number 1 fall 2012
IDEA Volume 6 | Number 1 | fall 2012 The alumni magazine of northwood university 1 President’s Message 10 DeVos School International Cohorts 2 Restoring the American Dream pg. 2 11 In Memoriam: Christian Bechtel 4 Alumni Ensure NU’s Success 12 Distinguished Women 5 Proven Teachers pg. 6 13 Annual Report: Donor Listing 6 President Duncan Leads the 32 Faculty Briefs Way in Florida 33 Athletics In Action pg. 8 7 Countess De Hoernle 36 Alumni In Action 8 50 Years of NU Football 40 Advancement pg. 13 9 ABDCCE Launches Venture Incubator 41 Family Album On the Cover: Production Team: Proven alumni and supporters Vice President, Marketing & Enrollment Management: John Young take NU to new heights. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Michael Curry COPY EDITOR: Belinda Hawley GRAPHIC DESIGN: Tim Meissner CONTRIBUTING WRITERS: Cathy Bush, Abigail Cienski, Arnold D’Ambrosio, NU IDEA Credits: Christopher Deming, Monica Hurtado, Chris Keudrick, Justin Marshall, The Northwood Idea is published three times yearly Susan McCreery, Travis McCurdy, Tracie Wood for alumni and friends of Northwood University. It is PHOTOGRAPHY: Natasha Elder, Julie Felske, Nicholas Langlois, Judy Fox-Marchev, produced by the University Marketing Department at Monica Hurtado, Travis McCurdy Northwood University, 4000 Whiting Drive, Midland, FAMILY ALBUM: Julie Felske, Robin Yancer MI 48640-2398. PRINTER: F.P. Horak Send address changes to Robin Yancer: 4000 Whiting Drive, Midland, MI 48640-2398, (989) 837-4350, firstname.lastname@example.org THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE OF NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY VOLUME 6 NUMBER 1 FALL 2012 Northwood University is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons regardless of race, gender, color, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry, age, marital status, disability or veteran status. The University also is committed to compliance with all applicable laws regarding nondiscrimination. Northwood University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association (800-621-7440; higherlearningcommission.org).Mission Statement Outcomes 1. Understand the tradition 7. Can explain theirTo develop the future leaders A university education is more of freedom. personal values.of a global, free-enterprise than the courses offered and 2. Have a broad practical 8. Understand thesociety. the experiences made available. understanding of their chosen aesthetic, creative, and It is the architecture of those field. spiritual elements of life.Purpose elements designed to create 3. Are familiar with the ideas 9. Are effective self-Statement defined results. As a learning driving enterprise leaders. evaluators.To develop leaders, managers, community, we focus our efforts 4. Communicate effectively in speech and writing. 10. Are action oriented.and entrepreneurs with the to the accomplishment ofcharacter and skills to drive twelve outcomes which become 5. Understand complex 11. Are skilled at detectingpersonal, organizational, and characteristics our graduates global issues. and solving problems.societal success. share. 6. Have a constant attraction to 12. Seek lifelong education. new ideas.
NORTHWOOD IDEA • FALL 2012 www.northwood.edu 1 president’s message Greetings: This edition of The Northwood IDEA marks many time-honored traditions at Northwood University, which include the ability to change when necessary to sustain our long-term growth. The fall issue of the magazine is our Annual Report issue which recognizes and honors those who supported the University over the past year. On that note, I am very happy to report this year’s donor list includes 375 more individuals than last year’s. And that’s not all. As you will see in other updates in this issue, a growing number of Northwood University alumni are actively engaged in supporting their alma mater, including our $80 million dollar capital campaign which entered the public phase in November. As this issue went to press, commitments to the campaign had reached 62.89%! This is the largest-ever capital campaign in Northwood history, and one that is essential for our ability to continue educating the future leaders of a global, free enterprise society. Monies raised will support not only current operations but the long-term capital and endowment needs central to our mission. By providing the very best in facilities, resources, and faculty, our students, alumni, and the world we serve will all be better off for it. As you may also have noticed on the cover, we are instituting a few changes to The Northwood IDEA magazine. Starting with this issue, IDEA magazine will be published three times annually to coincide with our year-round academic calendar—fall, spring, and summer semesters. You will also notice some different features and news updates in this and future issues as we seek to keep the material fresh, timely, and reflective of the ongoing feedback we get from you our readers. On that note, I welcome your comments and feedback at email@example.com. On behalf of everyone at Northwood University, I wish you and your family a peaceful and enjoyable holiday season. Sincerely, Keith A. Pretty, J.D. President and CEO firstname.lastname@example.org Integrity Honesty Freedom SpiritualityCode of Ethics In all our actions we shall We will embrace We will exercise personal We will seek the spiritual be guided by a code of truthfulness, fairness, freedom while insuring development necessary behavior which reflects probity, and demand the others be immune from for our happiness andThe community of our values, unimpeded by absence of fraud or deceit arbitrary interference on growth and encourage an circumstance, personal gain, in ourselves and others account of condition or environment that supportsstudents, faculty, and staff public pressure, or private with whom we act. circumstance, insuring that this growth for all. temptation. freedom will be constrainedof Northwood University Responsibility only by our responsibility for Achievement Respect We will be accountable its consequences. We will exercise our skills toaffirms this code of ethics as We will treat all others with for the care and welfare create high achievement consideration for their of others and responsible Empathy and applaud the highthe behaviors that advance circumstances and with for the intended and We will endeavor to achievement of others.our shared values. thoughtful regard for their unintended consequences understand the feelings, value as human beings. of our actions. thoughts, and notions of others in order that compassion and fairness of our actions may result.
2 Restoring the American Dream NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY Northwood Launches Public Phase of $80 Million Capital Campaign - Orval Watts, The Northwood Idea Northwood University is dedicated to preserving those ideals which help all people achieve their full potential. A Time for Choosing There is a point in an organization’s history enterprise, personal freedom, private The need to conduct this campaign is when it must set its direction; whether it will property, individual creativity, and an critical to our future. Since its beginning, remain the same or rejuvenate and meet enduring hope regarding business’s role in Northwood has relied on tuition as its the challenges for the future. Northwood creating a better future for all. primary funding source. Tuition can no University has concluded that now more longer carry the institution in expanding its than ever, its mission is critical to the young As a result, Northwood’s President & CEO reach and effectiveness through education. men and women of our nation. Northwood and Board of Trustees determined the need Northwood University has made a University is willing to stand as a beacon to organize and execute an $80,000,000 commitment to never accept funds directly and state that business is good. We need comprehensive capital campaign. The from the federal and state government. more people who believe and understand proposed effort will focus on key funding This ensures the University can continue that free enterprise is the economic engine elements for the organization in order to its educational message unencumbered that gave rise to America and great nations prepare for the next steps in furthering our by government priorities and policies. throughout the world; that it is necessary development as a national and international However, it places financial pressure on to re-gain our sense of direction through leader in business education. This campaign Northwood that other universities do not entrepreneurship and business leadership. will support and promote the Northwood feel. Northwood must look to philanthropic As such, a significant philanthropic funding University education philosophy which is partners to advance its mission and secure effort is necessary in order for Northwood based on the ethical standards that made its plans to benefit students to become the to educate more students who understand the United States an example of prosperity next generation of business leaders of a and will preserve the merits of private for the world. global free-enterprise society.
NORTHWOOD IDEA • FALL 2012 www.northwood.edu 3The $80,000,000 campaign will transform Northwood University from a respected business school toa globally acclaimed leader in free-market thought and leadership development of executives and entrepreneurs.Northwood University and the Future Annual Funding Needs Everyone has a Role to PlayThe completion of this campaign will An increase in annual funding over the The key to our success is active engagementenhance Northwood’s financial stability next two-plus years will play a pivotal and support on the part of those whothrough a strong endowment, the building role in the advancement of Northwood know and believe in what Northwoodand upgrading of facilities, and an increase University, especially during one of our University has to offer, especially ourin annual cash contributions to support nation’s and the world’s most challenging alumni, supporters, and friends. Over thestudent scholarships, professorships, and economies. Northwood must use the last three years a large and growing numberoperational needs. The campaign will annual fund to diversify its base of support, of volunteers nationwide offered theirprovide funds for the overall needs of the and as a foundation for communicating its support but there is more work to be done.institution as well as campus specific needs enduring commitment to free markets and By sharing your time, treasure, and talentin Florida, Michigan, and Texas. free people. you will ensure the future well-being of Northwood University, our growing alumniCapital Needs Endowment Needs base, and the world we serve.Proposed facility upgrades and new Growing our endowment is critical toconstruction will allow Northwood to serve sustaining The Northwood Idea. It will To learn more about this effort see: http://as a national and international leader in provide Northwood with a permanent www.northwood.edu/advancement/ways-business education. Buildings, lecture halls, source of funds ensuring that its to-give.aspxcafeterias, student unions, and dormitories philosophy of self-determination, individualwill provide needed space where ideas responsibility, and free enterprise will - Arnold D’Ambrosioconcerning free enterprise are taught, remain at the center of our national andfostered, and debated in a positive setting. global landscapes.
4 ensuring success NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITYA Growing Number of Alumni Are ActivelyEngaged in Northwood’s FutureAgreement is difficult to come by, yet there is broad consensusamong alumni that continual investment in the quality and valueof their degree must be made. There is great diversity of opinion,however, when an alumnus is asked where those investmentsshould be made. Academics, faculty, facilities, athletics, experientiallearning, study abroad programs are just a few of the answers onemight hear. The great thing is they are all right and each impactsthe quality of higher education. Increased alumni support builds new values of personal responsibility and In its first year, more than 70 individuals facilities on all three campuses, provides leadership. The community came together pledged their support of $1,000 or more for more annual scholarships, adds to endowed under the leadership of Board Chairman J a minimum of five years to fuel the needs scholarships, and supports academic Ferron and connects the accomplishments of our students, alumni, and University’s programs led by notable faculty members. of alumni and current industry leaders with constant quest for improvement. 1959 This consistent growth over the past couple the dreams of students. It also recognizes Founding Member Dick Huvaere, ’68, of years will be sustained through stronger the family of alumni, parents and friends eloquently stated why he chose to invest alumni programming, connecting more who provide Northwood University with a with Northwood when he told us, “Being students with alumni and the fundraising pledged commitment and sustained level taught the true value of entrepreneurship, process, and providing fun opportunities for of annual support for a minimum of five corporate and personal ethics, and free alumni to connect with their classmates and years. This unique community has swiftly enterprise by the professors at Northwood their alma mater. rallied to: University has made the difference in my success. I wouldn’t be where I am today had To augment the great progress in • Provide private scholarship it not been for the people and relationships charitable support a new society was assistance for deserving students I established with my Northwood University formed to engage our alumni and friends • Augment and support Northwood’s associates.” that believe very strongly in perpetuating free enterprise initiatives The Northwood Idea and the University’s • Keep Northwood as a center of Northwood University is deeply thankful mission to educate future leaders. learning for free markets for the support of the 1959 Society and all • Assist Northwood in its education alumni that have contributed their time, The 1959 Society, named for Northwood’s mission globally talent, or treasure to the growth of their founding year, honors entrepreneurship • Support Northwood in our campaign alma mater and respect for their degree. and initiative, and builds upon the core to “Restore the American Dream” - Justin Marshall How to become a member Any individual who pledges and gives a cumulative annual gift of $1,000 or more each calendar year (Jan. 1 to Dec. 31) is enrolled as a member of the 1959 Society. Individuals who join the society are encouraged to make an annual and perpetual commitment to the mission of Northwood University and the students being educated today and in the future. In addition, individuals who have made extraordinary gifts or a single new pledge of $50,000 or more will be granted permanent membership in the society. Multiple pledge levels unique to the 1959 Society exist (The levels include credit for any matching gifts from employers or businesses of the member): Freedom Level Sponsor Level Associate Level Benefactor Level $1,000 - $2,499 $2,500 - $4,999 $5,000 - $9,999 $10,000 or more Lifetime membership is granted to any individual who pledges a $50,000 gift or more to our 1959 Society. Contact Justin Marshall at 989-837-4279 for details or e-mail email@example.com
FEATURE STORY - AMANDA YOCUM NORTHWOOD IDEA • FALL 2012 www.northwood.edu 5Proven Teachers: Reconnecting with the Idea Amanda Yocum, fundamental economic lessons—and that “I think most of what comes out in my lec- class of ‘02, is proof includes continuous learning on her part. tures are our core values. The kind of ethics that Northwood Northwood teaches I found very easy to University alumni She admits that she “had never done some- pass onto my students.” know what it takes thing with the alumni association before” but to stay a lifelong when an Alumni Association event featuring As a recent comprehensive NU alumni survey learner in order a lecture by Dr. Richard Ebeling on “America’s indicates, Yocum is part of a growing bodyto be the best teacher. It takes time, effort Economic Problems Today,” was hosted in of graduates who prize The Northwood Ideaand opportunity. Sometimes time and op- Arizona, she saw the chance to reconnect and want to take part in more Northwoodportunity do not match up, even when with her Northwood roots while also learning events that enable alumni to learn fromwe are willing to make the effort. Success more—both for her own benefit and that their own community of graduates andis identifying when all three are available. of her students. Northwood faculty.Even though she graduated during the “I didn’t know what to expect…it was validat- “As business people, we sometimes forgettough 2002 job market, Amanda began her ing to hear his talk,” explained Yocum. “Many the importance of education. Sometimes,professional career working for a global data [of my] students are of a lower socioeconomic we lose focus,” observed Yocum.management company soon after she moved status, and really see the effects of the reces-back home to Arizona. While the Florida sion,” she continued. As more educational events become avail-campus graduate learned some valuable les- able to you, will you take the opportunity tosons there, she left for better opportunities. A large part of Yocum’s efforts in teaching continue your education and prove yourself?Now, as a high school economics teacher at economics is passing along what she thinks - Christopher DemingASU Preparatory Academy in Phoenix, she is the most important part of her Northwoodworks with urban students and teaches them education. This article is the first in what will be an ongoing series called “Proof .” We are looking for the proof that our alumni are proven leaders, proven entrepreneurs, proven educators and more. Have a story to share? Contact Christopher Deming at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us how you prove the Northwood Idea every day.
6 FEATURE STORY - TOM DUNCAN NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY Duncan Shares Expertise, Leads Gateway to Northwood Florida’s Future The Florida President is becoming recognized as a valuable commentator to news media. Having resided in sunny South Florida for And it’s not just expertise that Duncan is launch a new day of awareness in the Palm a few months, new Northwood University bringing to the table. The Missouri native Beach community for Northwood Florida.” Florida President Dr. Tom Duncan quickly and his wife Rita were the first to generously has established himself as a valued political donate to the New Campus Gateway Project, Appointed Northwood Florida President commentator for the Palm Beach area me- a capital campaign initiative that will create in July, Duncan has become recognized dia—completing over eighteen TV interviews a dramatic new entrance to Florida’s 90-acre as a valued political commentator for CBS, in eight weeks earlier this fall. haven. Tom and Rita’s ten-thousand dollar ABC, NBC and FOX television affiliates in the pledge for the Gateway will inspire others Palm Beach area. He served as a senior staff A team player involved in the process of so- to join this exciting project to give North- member to Missouri Governor John Ashcroft lidifying plans for new facilities and academic wood Florida an entrance that reflects the in education and policy management, as and athletic programs on the Florida campus, excellence that Northwood aims to achieve. well as Director of the Missouri Division of Duncan’s college leadership experience and Professional Registration, from 1985-1992. solid political background compounds his “Rita and I believe in the mission and values Prior to his government service, he was an impact as an influential South Florida leader. of Northwood University. That is what at- assistant professor of government and pub- tracted us in the first place,” Duncan stated. lic administration at Evangel College (now “Dr. Duncan’s ability to articulate his ide- “Northwood’s values are our values, and we Evangel University) in Springfield, Missouri als combined with his excellent academic want to invest in a cause that is close to our from 1980-1984. He later served colleges credentials and broad-based community hearts. The Campus Gateway Project will and universities in California, Arizona, and leadership experience is a tremendous as- dramatically change how prospective stu- Ohio in faculty and administrative capaci- set to the university,” said Dr. Keith A. Pretty, dents, families, and donors view Northwood ties. - Susan McCreery Northwood University President and CEO. Florida,” Duncan continued. “The new Gate- “We are pleased that our university experts way will connect the campus more directly are able to add value to the news media, to major roads and to the jobs and services especially in an election year,” he said. that our students require. This project will
Countess de Hoernle NORTHWOOD IDEA • FALL 2012 www.northwood.edu 7 NU Reflects on Countess De Hoernle’s Generosity as She Celebrates her 100th birthday Students, faculty and staff reflect on beautiful memories already created in the facility.As Countess Henrietta de Hoernle celebrates her 100th recreation and athletic facility in the heart of the com-birthday, students, faculty and staff reflect upon the effect munity.” Duncan added, “Everyday, our students enjoyher generosity has had on Northwood University Florida. the benefits of the Countess de Hoernle’s vision to invest in the lives of young people and the institution’s thatAn arts and education advocate, volunteer leader, and serve them. We wish her a birthday that celebrates thehumanitarian, the Northwood University 2002 Distin- excellence of her gifts to others.”guished Woman’s efforts to create a venue which wouldpromote both academic and athletic success marked her Henrietta, Countess de Hoernle was born in Germanylargest single project donation at that time. and moved to the United States in 1930 where she immediately became an active volunteer in her com-Serving as a constant reminder of her generosity and munity donating needed funds and sharing her timebelief in the power of education, the 48,000 square and expertise.foot Countess de Hoernle Student Life Center offersbasketball courts, locker rooms, weight and aerobics After moving to Florida in 1981, she and her husband,facilities, a student lounge and a variety of offices, and Count Adolph de Hoernle, became avid supporters of thehas provided the first official home to Northwood’s Se- South Florida community and have contributed supportahawk volleyball and basketball teams, as well as several to over 140 organizations. Having served on numerousadditional classrooms. Boards of Directors throughout her charitable lifetime, Countess de Hoernle has received over 230 awards from“What the Countess did for Northwood Florida cannot be multiple charitable organizations which are on displayexpressed in words alone,” noted President Tom Duncan. at the Boca Raton Historical Society.“Her generosity to make possible the construction of the - Susan McCreeryStudent Life Center gave the Florida campus a premier
8 50 years of nu football NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY THE FIRST VICTORY A GAME FOR THE AGES A first year football program is bound Longtime fans of the Timberwolves have It’s the fall of 1962. The world’s population hits the 3-billion mark. Gas cost just $0.31 a to go through some growing pains, and seen some great things out of the football gallon. The song “Sherry” by the Four Sea- Northwood was no exception to this. The program—conference championships, sons spent five weeks at No. 1 in the charts… team went 0-6 in its first season of football All-American players, student-athletes in 1962 and then started the 1963 season reaching the National Football League. with a pair of losses. But the team broke But arguably the most memorable event through with the first win in program his- in program history occurred in a regular tory September 28, 1963—a 31-12 victory season game in the middle of the 1998 over Olivet College. Fifty years later, that season. And all you’ll have to do to re- win total stood at 229 heading into the mind them of that great moment is say 2012 season. The 1963 team was coached the score: 79-49. by Lou Juillerat, who guided Northwood to 21 wins in five years The Timberwolves played their arch-rival Saginaw Valley State in the 24th annu- A FIRST CONFERENCE TITLE al Axe Bowl contest October 25, 1998. Northwood joined a newly-formed confer- Northwood had lost eight straight to ence for the 1973 season—the Great Lakes their rivals in the annual meeting and had Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, the something to prove. 79 points and 688 league they still belong to today. North- yards of offense later the Timberwolves wood was coached by the legendary Jack had accomplished their goal. Finn at that point and he made the team Northwood University is beginning its the dominant one in football in the early The game set a total of 20 NCAA, GLIAC fourth year of existence and its second year years of the league. Northwood won the and Northwood records. The two teams on the Midland campus. The school added initial GLIAC Championship in 1973 and combined for 1,328 yards of offense in the men’s basketball as a sport for the 1960- followed by also taking the title in 1974 and game, which was 61 yard more than any 61 season, but was looking to expand its 1976 while placing second in 1975. Finn game in the history of Division II to that athletic department… went on to coach the team for 18 seasons point. Four touchdowns were scored in and was elected to the first Northwood a 56 second stretch of the game. Athletic Hall of Fame class in 2006. NFL DREAMS COME TRUE Fifty years later, the football program at PAT RIEPMA BRINGS THE TEAM BACK Not only will the mid 2000’s be remem- Northwood has become a vital part of the TO THE TOP bered as one of the finest stretches in pro- Michigan campus and culture… Northwood had some great seasons from gram history, it will also be remembered 1977 through the mid 1980’s, but then went as the time when Northwood broke into through a rough stretch—the school had the National Football League. Dedrick eight straight losing seasons heading into Roper was the first Timberwolf to reach the the 1993 campaign. The school brought NFL, playing from 2004-2007 with three in a new, young head coach to guide the different teams. Later, Chris Wilson enjoyed program. Pat Riepma didn’t get off to a success in the league with the Washington great start as a head coach, as he went 16-34 Redskins. He initially joined Washington over his first five seasons. But in his last 10 in January of 2007 and remains with the seasons as head coach, he led Northwood team to this day. In all, a total of four to an entire new level of success. The team Timberwolves have signed professional There are enough great things that have went 74-34 in that stretch (.685), won three contracts with NFL teams (Dedrick Roper, happened over the years to fill many pages, GLIAC Championships (1999, 2000, 2004), Charleston Hughes, Kyle Clement, Chris but here are a few of the best moments of a reached the NCAA Playoffs four times (2000, Wilson). - Travis McCurdy great program. 2004, 2005, 2006) and won the first playoff game in school history (2000). Riepma was named the GLIAC Coach of the Year four times in his career.
NORTHWOOD IDEA • FALL 2012 ALDEN B. DOW CENTER FOR CREATIVITY & Enterprise 9 www.northwood.eduNU’S ALDEN B. DOW Center for Creativity & EnterpriseLaunches Student Venture Incubator NU Venture Hatchery Companies Life in the Matrix - Robert Parker Entertainment recording, filming and productionIncubator you wonder? Well, it has nothing to do with baby birds. Instead, The NU (North-wood University) Venture Hatchery, a project of NU’s Alden B. Dow Center for Creativity &Enterprise, provides entrepreneurially minded students both physical and virtual space fortheir own incorporated businesses to grow.“We will pilot it on the Michigan campus and grow it to our other campuses from there,” Antimatter Technologies – Aaron Graceexplained Georgia Abbott, director of the NU Alden B. Dow Center for Creativity & Enterprise. Software development and applications for small businessesParticipants must go through a rigorous application process and often have been winnersof the Business Startup Pitch Competition or are DeVos scholars at the University.Students who are granted membership are provided with working space, virtual portalspace on the NU Alden B. Dow Center for Creativity & Enterprise (ABDCCE) website, andenjoy other helpful resources like alumni Entrepreneurs-in-Residence who offer students Glambition - Allison Gustafsonadvice, coaching, and assistance in advancing their student enterprises. In addition, they All natural skin careare allowed to sell their products and services and use their University network, sometimesas their first customers. This accelerates the venture’s launch and the learning that comesfrom common, early failures in startup.Regardless of major, all NU students can apply to be admitted to The NU Venture Hatchery. Cheesaholics - Patrick Schlenke,“Running an enterprise, no matter how small, provides our students with the experience of Jordan Turner, Shaun Rydzewski,entrepreneurship like no other,” stated Georgia Abbott, director of the Alden B. Dow Center Ryan Abrahamfor Creativity & Enterprise. “As the proverb goes, ‘You will learn more from things that hap- Gourmet grilled cheesepen to you in real life than you will from hearing about or studying things that happen toother people,’” she continued.For more information about the Hatchery, contact Georgia Abbott at: email@example.com GrowSocial - Bryson Hotopp Sustainable Social Media for Non-Profits EXTREMEcoffee Extreme Coffee - Jeremy Klepal Coffee products
10 DEVOS GRADUATE SCHOOL NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY New International Cohorts Demonstrate Value-Added Difference of a DeVos MBAImagine starting your work day, every day, in a three-hour meeting aware of the excellent opportunity they have to learn a great dealwith 29 people. This daily meeting would not be one where you about business and leadership from a global perspective.could just sit and listen, or multi-task on your smartphone, but rather,it would be a meeting in which all 29 of you were actively engaged Another current daytime cohort consisting of 36 eager and drivenin sorting out ideas and solving problems. It is easy to imagine the individuals is making great progress. In this group we have sevenwide range of challenges that you could face in navigating a conver- students from our partner universities in Asia and nine students whosation with so many people, considering all of the different person- are currently participating in Northwood University sports such asalities, motivations and backgrounds that would likely be present football, women’s basketball, track and field, and men’s basketball.in the discussion. Now, imagine that these 29 people represented In this diverse environment these students collaborate, work on13 different countries, and although the discussions take place in cohort norms and processes, and learn from each other’s variousEnglish, there are many accents and challenges in understanding backgrounds.and being understood. The DeVos MBA program is designed around principles of active andThis is the learning community for a daytime MBA cohort that just applied learning, in which students read and study a wide range ofrecently began to study together. This particular daytime cohort is business topics, and then come together in daily class meetings toeven more unique as they can take advantage of examining how further their understanding through student-centered explorationbusiness concepts are relevant in many different countries that are and investigation, with the support of experienced faculty who haverepresented by students, including: China, Germany, Netherlands, relevant professional experiences from which to draw. All DeVos MBAThailand, Belgium, Italy, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Canada, Latvia and students benefit from a rich and diverse cohort makeup in terms ofParaguay. In spite of the challenges that they may have to overcome different life experiences, undergraduate majors, and personalitiesin communicating, the students in this Daytime MBA Cohort are very within the group. - Cathy Bush and Tracie Wood
In Memoriam: Christian Bechtel (1964-2012) NORTHWOOD IDEA • FALL 2012 www.northwood.edu 11Dr. Christian Bechtel passed away suddenly thispast October. The following is an excerpt fromDr. Lisa Fairbairn’s eulogy given at his memorial. Over the last several days I pondered what Christian would have included in his “Last Lecture.” “What lessons,” I wondered, “would he want to teach us as part of his legacy?” Then I came to the realization… he has, in effect, already given it. By virtue of the way he lived his life and approached his We cannot judge a biography by its length, work; in all that he said, did, and was, he left us life lessons Nor by the number of pages in it. that we can draw upon again and again: We must judge it by the richness of its contents. • Make sure you remember to put family first. Sometimes those unfinished are among the • Learn to maneuver the complexities of life to most poignant… always stay in a space of positive energy. • Always look for the good in people and in We cannot judge a song by its duration, difficult situations. Nor by the number of its notes. • Keep continuous improvement at the forefront in all that you do. We must judge it by the way it touches and lifts • And finally, I believe he would stress the our souls. importance of finding peace, not only in the Sometimes those unfinished are among the environment in which you work and live...but more importantly, strive to be at peace with yourself. most beautiful… These lessons are all the more apparent in the recollections And when something has enriched your life. of the countless people he touched. And when its melody lingers in your heart. Yes, he did in fact leave us a “Last Lecture” that we can Is it unfinished? draw upon for the rest of our lives...as we endeavor to serve others and fulfill our own role in this world as he Or is it endless? did. Though his time with us was far too short, his gifts will be never-ending. - Lisa Fairbairn I selected a passage from Victor Frankl that I think would make Christian smile because it captures the essence of who he was and what his legacy is all about.
12 distinguished women NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY Northwood University continues its annual tradition of recognizing women for their enormous contribution to their respective communities. Herb Weitzman and his wife, Donna, who was awarded this honor in 2003, hosted a media event in September to announce the Class of 2012 Distinguished Women. This program was created 43 years ago by the Northwood University Board of Trustees. As with previous years, the Class of 2012 represents the values which Northwood espouses for its students: commitment to free enterprise, the partnership of arts and business, and the management of global commerce. Northwood University Distinguished The Distinguished Women’s Awards were Women Class of 2012 bestowed at a two-day celebration October 19 and 20. Highlights of the Celebration • Gail Ayers of Lawrence, Kansas Weekend included a Forum Luncheon • Gray Hawn of Austin, Texas on the Texas campus with previous Dis- • Donalyn Kling of Laguna, California tinguished Women honorees as panel speakers; the Texas Board of Governors • Charlene Lake of Dallas, Texas Mentoring Round Tables with students; an • Lynn McBee of Dallas, Texas “Eggs, Economics & the Election” breakfast • Cynthia Pasky of Detroit, Michigan session open to students and the local business and leadership community; and • Jocelyn Straus of San Antonio, Texas an evening gala where the 2012 Distin- • Kimberly Schlegel Whitman of Dallas, guished Women received their award in Texas the form of a unique bronze medallion and citation. These extraordinary women were nomi- nated for their success in business as well as Following the Celebration Weekend, the their commitment to improving the world 2012 honorees will join fellow Distin- through their volunteer and philanthropic guished Women from around the country, activities. who together form an important and meaningful part of the Northwood Uni- “Every year the class of Distinguished Women versity community through mentorship, is impressive on many levels, and this year internship, class presentation and provid- is no exception,” stated Dr. Kevin Fegan, ing scholarships. Northwood Texas President. “We are proud that our students have these outstanding The 2012-2013 Distinguished Women’s women as role models who inspire through Endowed Scholarships program provided their life experiences, their initiative, and scholarships for three students from NU’s their dedication to give back to the com- three residential campuses to achieve their munity.” higher education goals. The recipients are: Lisa Nguyen in Texas; Glenique Knowles in Florida; and Kaitlin Dault in Michigan. - Monica Hurtado
THANK YOU NORTHWOOD IDEA • FALL 2012 www.northwood.edu 13 ni and Friends, Dear Northwood Alum Northwood dedication and generosity to Thank you for your continued eloping to Northwood’s mission of dev Universit y. Your financial commitment appreciated and free enterprise society is greatly the future leaders of a global, uals to do the same: 375 new individ is one tha t continues to encourage others years. t year, 1,602 over the past two have joined your ranks this pas mni throughout are our over 41,000 active alu Among our many supporters ed upon a er, they share an education bas the U.S. and the world. Togeth dom, ordered on personal and economic free unique philosophy grounded creativity, and the rule of law. liberty, entrepreneurship and construction and scholarship endowments, new By supporting academic and ntifiable and al needs you are making a qua renovation, and core operation ts, including both current and future studen lasting difference in the lives of rthwood. have been able to enroll at No many who might not otherwise individuals and l and honored to recognize the We are extraordinarily gratefu have done made our success possible. We organizations whose patronage ord of this size this list but in compiling a rec our best to accurately present asionally occur. omissions and misspellings occ at 866-282-4182 tact the Advancement Office If we made an error, please con ly. so we can correct it according Sincerely, Arnold D’Ambrosio Advancement Vice President of University
14 DONOR LISTING NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY Dorman Products, Inc. Children’s Healthcare Charity, Inc. Association FoundationPresident’s Society The Dow Chemical Company Carol D. Metz-Colestock ‘06 and The Herbert and Elsa Ponting Benefactors Fox Automotive Zane E. Colestock Foundation($25,000 and Above) The Gates Corporation Ms. Constance Bennett Coolidge  Gretchen and Keith Pretty Go-To Transport Inc. Dow Corning Corporation Roosters MGCAffinia Group Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Guirlinger John Eagle Saint Louis Auto Dealers AutoTrader.com  Dr. Lyttleton T. Harris IV Elmore Family Foundation AssociationRita and Rick Case Armin & Esther Hirsch Foundation Enterprise Rent-A-Car Serra Family FoundationCommunities Foundation of Texas  Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. ‘68 Huvaere Enterprise Holdings Ms. Mary Ellen SheetsMrs. Robert H. Dedman Mr. Mike Jackson  Dr. and Mrs. John J. Ferron Mrs. Gary L. Short, Sr.Mr. Robert Dedman, Jr. Seth N. Schupan Memorial Fund Dr. and Mrs. James M. Fox Mr. and Mrs. Philip P. Smith Mr. and Mrs. DeVere Dennings Mrs. June Knabusch-Taylor Genuine Parts Company Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. SolarThe Dick & Betsy DeVos Family Dr. and Mrs. Lance B. Lewis Great Lakes Intercollegiate Southland Motor Car Dealers Foundation Manheim Corporate Services Athletic Conference AssociationThe Richard & Helen DeVos The Robert & Janice McNair Mark Schienberg  Dr. Kristin Stehouwer and Dr. Foundation Foundation The F. P. Horak Company David Rausch Daniel and Pamella DeVos Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. McNair  Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Horak The Vecellio Family Foundation Inc. Foundation Michigan Vehicle Acceptance Joseph M. and Susan Hughes Dr. and Mrs. Leo A. Vecellio, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. ‘80 DeVos Corporation Revocable Trust Mr. Garry O. WhipkeyDr. and Mrs. Richard M. ‘81 DeVos, Jr. National Automobile Dealers  Mr. Jason Huvaere ‘96 Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. DeVos Charitable Foundation International Society of Palm WilladsenThe Herbert H. & Grace A. Dow The National Collegiate Athletic Beach Inc. Chris Winters Foundation Association Mr. and Mrs. James R. Jenkins  Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. ZehnderMr. and Mrs. Brant F. ‘00 Farris National Independent Auto Jewish Communal FundDr. Bette L. Fisher and Dr. Arthur Dealers Association Foundation  Mr. Ryan J. Koch ‘09 J. Fisher Mr. and Mrs. N. Joe Owen Mrs. Carol D. Metz-Colestock ‘06Garber Automotive Keith H. or Janice L. Phelps Living Midland Area Community Mr. Richard J. Garber ‘78 Trust FoundationGeneral Parts International, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Keith H. ‘94 Phelps Dr. Hermé de Wyman MiroMr. and Mrs. John J. Gettel, III PNC Foundation  Pamela J. ‘86 and Dr. Timothy G.  Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. ‘80 Grubb Margaret and Byron Pond ‘81 NashThe Zenon C.R. Hansen Reynolds & Reynolds New York State Automobile Foundation, Inc. Norma L. Riehl Trust Dealers Inc. Dr. Marjorie McIntyre Hohman Mrs. Jim E. Riehl Oklahoma Gas and Electric and Dr. John A. Hohman Schupan & Sons, Inc. Foundation Inc.JM Family Enterprises, Inc. Serra Automotive Inc. Mr. Lyle OverbayCharles G. Koch Charitable Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O. Serra Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. ‘72 Paul, II Foundation  Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. ‘89 Short, Jr. Pennsylvania Automotive Lear Corporation Standard Motor Products, Inc.B. D. & Jane E. McIntyre Bill Perkins Automotive Group, Foundation Merollis Chevrolet and Taylor Jeannette C. McIntyre and Chevrolet Frederick (Lash) McIntyre Toyota Dealer Match ProgramCharitable Foundation Trust Vanguard Charitable Endowment Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. McIntyre, III ProgramMr. Gerald Lee Mullinax ‘82  Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. WilliamsThe Murch Foundation  Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. ‘05 & ‘06 Patricia L. Naegele Living Trust Wilson, MBA Dr. Patricia L. Naegele Mr. Ryan Miles Roscia ‘07 President’s SocietyDr. and Mrs. Robert E. ‘82 Rossiter, Jr.Marc and Jeanne Schupan AssociatesAnn C. and C. Hamilton Sloan ($5,000 - $9,999.99) FoundationDr. and Mrs. C. Hamilton Sloan The Adirondack Trust CompanyMargaret Chase Smith Foundation Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance Inc.Jamie R. ‘90 and James D. ‘90 Dr. and Mrs. Lambert E. Althaver Turnbull The Atlas Economic Research University of the Aftermarket Foundation Foundation Automotive Aftermarket Industry Dr. Nina G. Vaca and Mr. James Association Humrichouse Ambassador Barbara and Dr. Craig BarrettPresident’s Society Bradford Renaissance Portraits Corp.Partner’s Mr. and Mrs. John F. Braganini($10,000 - $24,999.99)  Mr. Nicholas J. Busscher ‘02 Mr. and Mrs. Colin F. ‘68 CampbellAuto Dealers United For Kids Rick Case Automotive GroupAutoNation Inc. Chicago Automobile Trade The Charles M. Bauervic Association Foundation Inc. The Chicago Community Chemical Bank Foundation
NORTHWOOD IDEA • FALL 2012 www.northwood.edu 15President’s Society Mr. F. William Vandiver Mr. and Mrs. John B. Finn Motor Dealers’ Association of Sponsors VIPAR Heavy Duty, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fisher Alberta($2,500 - $4,999.99) Washington Area New Fox Motors Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. ‘83 Automobile Dealers Association Howell and Leanne Forman, III MullinaxAutobuilders General Contracting Wells Manufacturing Company Mr. Marc Bayuk Franklin National Christian Foundation Services, Inc. Mr. David G. Zick Garber Management Group South FloridaAutomatic Data Processing Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. ‘92 National Management Resources Automotive Parts Associates, Inc. Freedom Society Gaunce CorporationAuto-Owners Insurance ($1,000 - $2,499.99) General RV Center Inc. New Car Dealers Association San Irene J. Beshgetoor Georgia Automobile Dealers Diego CountyDr. Peter Blum Mr. Gregory M. Adamczyk ‘08 Association North Brothers Ford Inc.Mr. and Mrs. John Bouma, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Allesee Rollin M. Gerstacker Foundation Northwestern Mutual FoundationMr. and Mrs. Richard R. Boundy Ally Volunteer Match Program Lisa J. Gerstacker ‘79 and Sean F. Sue A. ‘02 and Warren C. NowickiBrandle Roofing & Sheet Metal The American Council of Frame Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. NugentMr. Geoffrey R. Brandle and Alignment Specialists Mr. Christopher H. Graff Oklahoma Automobile Dealers Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandle Arrigo Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram Grand Blanc Mercedes Benz, AssociationThe Breakers Palm Beach Fiat BMW, Toyota, Sprinter Orange County Automobile Coral Ridge Woman’s Club Inc. Dr. and Mrs. James J. Arrigo Greater Charlotte Automobile Dealers AssociationMr. Robert Corona Kayte Aspray Dealers Inc. Mr. Arnold D. PalmerJack Demmer Automotive Group ATI Group H.I.H. Inc. Parke, Guptill & Company, LLPMr. and Mrs. John E. Demmer Austin Inc. Mr. Michael D. Harris ‘91  Dr. and Mrs. William A. ‘00 ParlbergDetroit Auto Dealers Association Automobile Dealers Association Henderson Foundation Pepsi Beverages Co.Fabiano Brothers Inc. of Greater Philadelphia Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Hersh The Pepsi Bottling Group Inc.Mr. and Mrs. James C. Fabiano, II The Automobile Dealers Mr. Thomas B. Hines PGA National Resort & SpaFederal-Mogul Corporation Educational Assistance Auto Vehicle Parts Co./The Homan Dr. and Mrs. Frank P. PopoffFisher Contracting Company Foundation Inc. Foundation Professional Pension & Benefit Ford Motor Company Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baidas Houston Automobile Dealers Services, Inc.Dr. and Mrs. Jerome M. Fullinwider Bank of America N.A. Association Mr. and Mrs. M. Andersen RappMr. and Mrs. Michael R. Gambrell Dr. Nancy L. Barker and Dr. R. Ideal Lending Solutions, Inc. Sheriff John S. Reder (Ret.)Mr. Louis W. Garl, CLU CHFC William Barker Illinois Automobile Dealers Ms. Patricia Rhodes-ProwseGeorgescu Family Foundation  Kimberly A. ‘09 and Dr. William K. Association Mr. and Mrs. James E. ‘77 Riehl, Jr.Mr. and Mrs. Andy Gonta Bateman Impact SGW LLC Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. RiepmaKaren E. Burke, M.D., Ph.D. Mr. Robert L. Bedell John R. Moritz & Company Mr. and Mrs. Carey T. ‘80 RileyMr. Malcolm C. Graham Mr. and Mrs. William O. ‘84 Jupiter Medical Center Mr. Donald E. RobinsonGrand Rapids New Car Dealers Blakemore, III Larry and Kathy Klonowski San Antonio Auto Dealers Association Bordeaux Company LLC Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. ‘97 Knight, Jr. AssociationGreat Lakes Marketing Services Inc. Mr. Brandon Bordeaux ‘01 LaFontaine Automotive Group Mr. Mark ScarpatoMr. and Mrs. William D. Grote, III The Breidegam Family Foundation Lake Painting Inc.  Mr. Donald R. SchappacherMr. Robert O. Harris, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. DeLight E. Lexus Western Area Schaumans Inc.Marcia Leslie Haywood Breidegam, Jr. Fred Loya Insurance Dr. Kathleen SchmatzHolman Automotive Group, Inc. Mr. Brandon W. Burrows Mr. Fred Loya Mr. Jonathan R. ‘01 SeevaratnamISHA Hospitality Dr. Catherine R. Bush and Mr. Ms. Wilma L. Lusardi Craig Smith Auto GroupJPMorgan Chase Mark E. Bush Maine Automobile Dealers Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. ‘81 SmithMrs. Petra Levin BW-Midland LLC Association Inc. SodexoMr. Stephen A. Levin Mrs. Robert D. Camp Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. Malcheski Mr. Jeffrey T. Stauffer ‘76LTM Incorporated Mrs. Jill M. Carr, C.P.A. ‘89 Ebony M. ‘02 and Joel C. ‘02 Dr. Willa M. StaufferMr. and Mrs. Larry T. ‘80 McKnight Cauley Ferrari Manthei Dr. and Mrs. William S. Mr. Donald W. McMurtrey Central Maine Motors Auto Group Mr. Herman P. Markell StavropoulosMr. Jon E. McMurtrey Dr. Mary E. Church  Mr. Justin W. Marshall ‘03 Mr. and Mrs. W. Karl StephanThe Bertha E. R. Strosacker Comerica Bank Mr. and Mrs. Leo R. ‘68 Martonosi Mr. and Mrs. Graham E. Taylor Memorial Presbyterian Church Mr. David M. Conant McArdle Buick GMC Cadillac Texas Automobile Dealers Meritor Inc. Mr. William E. Curran Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. ‘81 McBrien AssociationRob, Megan, Jeff and Pattijo Charles J. Daly Trust McCreadie Sales Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. ‘86 Tierney Wilson Mrs. Terry A. Daly Mr. and Mrs. David McDavid Toyota Motor Credit CorporationMissouri Automobile Dealers Delaware North Companies Mr. and Mrs. John W. McGowan Tyco Electronics Association Sportservice, Inc. Ms. Kimberly J. McWaters United Way of Midland CountyMr. Thomas F. O’Hare Deloitte & Touche LLP Mrs. Carolyn S. Meakem Suzanne ‘08 and Michael C. ‘86 Mr. L. Glenn Orr, Jr. The Herbert and Junia Doan Members First Credit Union VezinaMr. Fred J. Pisciotta Foundation Metro Detroit Chevrolet Dealers Virginia Automobile Dealers Mrs. Mark Sheldon Putnam Dr. Junia Doan Local Marketing Association AssociationDr. Margaret Ann Riecker Wally Edgar Chevrolet-Chevy Michigan Automobile Dealers Washington State Auto Dealers Mr. Chris J. Rufer Truck Association AssociationMs. D’Andra C. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. ‘85 Edgar Michigan Automotive Parts Mr. and Mrs. Bryan L. ‘03 WatsonSuburban Chrysler Dodge Jeep Mr. Wilson D. Enriquez ‘02 Association Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Whitehurst Ram of Troy Exchange Club of Midland Michigan Sugar Company Mr. Greg WildMr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. Sullivan  Dr. Lisa P. Fairbairn and Mr. Paul C. The Jack Miller Center Wild’s Heating & Air Conditioning Inc.Mr. John Symes Fairbairn Jack and Goldie Wolfe Miller Fund Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. WilliamsJohn and Kay Taylor  Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. ‘72 Michael and Debra Miller Mr. and Mrs. Neal L. 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16 DONOR LISTING NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITYThe Jerrod Allen Young Memorial Mr. and Mrs. Trace D. ‘78 Blakely  Claudia ‘73 and David Fry Ms. Lesli A. Marowelli Fund Mr. Thomas H. Brown, Jr. Mr. James W. Garvey Melissa L. ‘02 and Jason M. ‘02 Zehnder’s of Frankenmuth Inc. Mrs. Rita D. Bushi Giddings Auto Credit Martin Mr. Robert Gerald Cabello Graff Truck Centers Inc. Maryland ElectricLiberty Society California New Car Dealers The Great Lakes Loons Mr. Lonnie L. Maxwell-Cook ‘99($500 - $999.99) Association John E. Green Company Ben R. Mayne III M.D. Carey Agency LLC Mr. Lawrence M. Green Mrs. Thomas McArdle3 P’s Land Company, L.L.C. Mr. Patrick Carey Mr. Richard S. Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McArdle, Jr.AADA Services Inc. Central Michigan Motorsports, LLC Stephanie ‘09 and Adam A. ‘98 Midland Brewing Co., LLCMr. and Mrs. Jack S. Allday Mrs. Elizabeth Chappell Guerrero MidMichigan HealthMr. John B. Allen ‘75 Barbara S. ‘02 & ‘08 and Donald Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hahn Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Mishler, Jr.Rhonda C. ‘98 and Bradley J. ‘88 Christensen Mr. Hersey H. Hall Mrs. Tina M. Moak Anderson CLY-Del Mfg., Co. Mr. Lake A. Hamilton ‘01 & ‘02 Dr. and Mrs. Terence F. MooreArizona Automobile Dealers Colorado Automobile Dealers Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Hardy, CLU Mr. and Mrs. W. Howard ‘81 Morris Association Services Inc. Association CHFC ‘90 Mr. William E. Mulvihill, Jr. ‘79Mr. Grant E. Baidas ‘10 Comerica Bank Robin S. ‘71 and David R. ‘71 Mr. David H. MurdochMs. Lee Bailey Comerica Wealth & Institutional Hartman Navistar, Inc.Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. ‘86 Bailey Management Mr. John S. Hayde Nevada Franchised Auto Dealers The Bank of America Foundation Community Foundation for Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. ‘86 Hebner Association, Inc.Ms. Colleen C. Barrett Southeast Michigan Highland Avenue Family Mr. Donald E. NickelsonMr. and Mrs. James M. Batt Mrs. Chris R. Condon Dentistry LLC Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. OakleyBavarian Motor Village Limited Ms. Edna Cornforth Fritz Hitchcock Alan and Jean OttBe A Leader Coaching LLC Creek Enterprise Mr. Douglas Hoffman Mrs. Elmyra P. PardueBella Bellas Custom Heating & Plumbing, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holzer, Jr. Mr. Steven L. Parise ‘88Marlo T. ‘95 and Jason R. ‘95 Damon’s Grill Imprimis Group Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Parr Bendon Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. D’Avanzo Mr. Scott J. Jenneman ‘96 Ms. Christina S. PashbySusan D. ‘88 and John J. Mr. and Mrs. R. Matthew Davis Mr. and Mrs. Dennis G. Jonker, Jr. Vilma I. ‘95 and Kevin J. Petrovsky Benedejcic Mr. and Mrs. R. Michael ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Greg J. Jozwiak Prohealth Rehabilitation P.L.L.C.Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Bennett Dellenbach Mr. and Mrs. David E. Kepler, II Suzanne M. ‘04 Morse-Rodgers Bierlein Companies Foundation Mr. Branton E. Dennis, III KIA Motors America Inc. and Paul L. ‘03 RodgersMr. and Mrs. Michael D. Bierlein Drakeview Dental Center, P.C. Mr. Myron E. Kimball Mr. R. Blake Rogers ‘83Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. ‘87 Bissell Mr. and Mrs. H. Bruce Ducker Mr. Alex Kissal Saleen Performance Vehicles Eastern Michigan Kenworth Mr. Donald L. Kohlbeck Mr. William J. Sebald Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Elliott Mr. Daniel Labrecque Serra Toyota-Scion President Tom Emmerich Mr. Steve M. Landaal ‘03 Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. ‘79 Serra F.E.D. Corporation Letherer Truss and Wall Systems Inc. Showcase Mitsubishi Ms. Stephanie A. Fenskie Lexus/GPJ Skiers Pier Mr. Thomas Fessenden Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Licht Mr. and Mrs. J. Parkhill Smith Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Lindy’s Sales Inc.  Dr. Maureen L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Fiscelli Lingenfelter Performance Ms. Tiffany J. Smith Ford Engineering Snow Machines, Incorporated Fox Acura Lumbermen’s Incorporated Ms. Karen C. Socia Fox Valley Volkswagon Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Lyons John & Mary Franco Family Scott MacGregor State Farm Foundation Inc. Gail L. ‘02 and John M. Maday Ms. Valerie Freeman Mr. Daniel B. French ‘72
NORTHWOOD IDEA • FALL 2012 www.northwood.edu 17Mr. Michael D. Solomich ‘10 Mr. Nicholas J. Castanos Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. ‘82 Keenan REG Architects Inc.South Carolina Automobile Pamela L. ‘02 and Peter Christie Mr. Patrick J. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Michael O. ‘02 Reid Dealers Association Kelly S. ‘82 and John E. Church Mr. Dennis M. Kimble Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. RhinehartMr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Stiffler Ms. Janet L. Collins  Mr. Jack King ‘74 Dr. David L. Richards, Jr.Mr. and Mrs. Michael O. Sullivan Mr. Donald B. Crawford Mrs. Marla J. King Susan M. ‘95 and Randel RidgwayMr. Richard K. Susan, Jr. Mr. Brian D. Cruickshank ‘11 Ms. Jolene M. Kirsch ‘09 Mr. Richard RiemannMr. and Mrs. William D. Swan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. H. Eric Curtis Mr. James Kovacs ‘01 Riley Chevrolet Cadillac Inc.The Tancor Corporation Mr. Kenneth M. Czubay Labadie Auto Company Riley Toyota ScionMrs. Allison D. Tardonia Dawn A. ‘04 Musgrave-Demarest The Landing, LLC Dr. Patricia A. 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StolzWilliams & Co., LLC Frameable Faces Photography Midland Ford-Lincoln-Mercury Mrs. Jan Dedrie StrimpleMr. Stephen & Mrs. Dena Wirt Fras - Le Midland Wine and Spirits, Inc. Suburban of Sterling HeightsMrs. Elizabeth Wiskemann Mr. Mark R. Freed Miss Carol L. Miller Dr. Joan H. SwalwellTracie J. ‘05 and Justin Wood Mr. Bryan D. Fuller ‘08 Mr. and Ms. Jack Miller Mr. Dave R. Szyperski ‘08Ms. Patricia D. Wright Dr. Henry Gilchrist Mr. Ryan H. Miller ‘08 Tennis & Golf CompanyYMCA of South Palm Beach Dr. and Mrs. Henry Gilchrist Mr. William W. Mitchell Mr. Ronald F. Terlizzi ‘69 County Inc. Glovers Rexall Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. ‘61 The Frankenmuth Jaycees WorldMr. and Mrs. John O. Young Dr. and Mrs. Mark J. Goethe Mlynarski Expo of BeerDr. Jeffrey Zipper Mr. and Mrs. Rick Gonzalez Mr. Anthony M. Moller The Rapid Employees Mr. and Mrs. John C. 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32 FACULTY BRIEFS NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY Carla Allen, CPA, chair, Accounting, Texas Dr. Lance Lewis, academic dean, Michigan campus, attended the 2012 ACBSP Annual Campus, served as a peer reviewer for papers Conference, “Sustaining Excellence through submitted to the 2012 Association for the Study Quality Business Education.” She also taught an of Higher Education (ASHE) annual conference, accounting class for the Institute for Economic and participated in a June 2012 seminar on mili- Empowerment of Women (IEEW) on the Texas tary history at Norwich University in Vermont. campus. IEEW provides education and men- toring of women business owners throughout Linda A. Mohr, interim academic dean, the world. Northwood Florida had a cat photo titled “Con- centration” published in the summer Cat Writ- Nancy Burns, adjunct professor, ADP Michi- ers Association Newsletter. She was profiled in gan, served as Lead Coach for the Cumberland Sketch People by T.J. Banks and was also elected Business Incubator’s (CBI) “Springboard Your librarian of Daughters of the American Revolu- Business to Success” workshops. This interac- tion Seminole Chapter. tive program provided an opportunity for en- trepreneurs to build and/or improve business Dr. Glenn A. Moots, chair and professor, plans while networking with other business political science and philosophy, was awarded owners. The Springboard workshops included two research fellowships at the Huntington Li- mentoring by business professionals and sup- brary in California. He was also invited to speak ported the participants in building or refining at a summit on the future of American higher their business plans. education in Providence, RI organized by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. His critique of Ken J. Gembel, adjunct professor, ADP David Barton was quoted in The New York Times, Michigan, was selected by U.S. Environmen- Los Angeles Times, USA Today, World Magazine, tal Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Lisa The Huffington Post, The Tennessean, Ft. Worth Jackson to serve as a member of the National Star-Telegram, Kansas City Star, and the Chris- Environmental Education Advisory Council tian Broadcast Network. He continued to lead (NEEAC). NEEAC provides the EPA and the Unit- the Forum for Citizenship and Enterprise on the ed States Congress with recommendations for Michigan campus and organized a lecture series increasing environmental science education on religion and the Constitution co-sponsored nationally. Additionally, the NEEAC publishes a by the Jack Miller Center. biennial report to Congress describing the cur- rent educational initiatives. Ken will represent Timothy Quinn, MA, JD, SPHR, CPM, ad- the Automobile Industry and the Emergency junct instructor, ADP Michigan, recently pub- Management Community on the Council. lished “Social Media–Mixed Blessing?” in the 2012 Summer/Fall edition of Agenda, a publica- John E. Dexter, Jr., associate professor, Ac- tion of the Michigan Labor Management Asso- counting, Michigan campus, earned ABD status ciation, on which he serves as a Board Director. toward his Ph.D. in Accounting at Northcentral Mr. Quinn is also active in the Society for Human University. He attended several research and Resources (SHRM), serving as an instructor, past teaching presentations and moderated a ses- Program Chair and future Conference Liaison sion titled “Taxes and Investment” at the Amer- for the Michigan SHRM Council’s annual Confer- ican Accounting Association’s Annual Meet- ence, and as past President of the Valley Society ing in Washington, DC, August 5 – 8. He also for Human Resource Management (VSHRM). attended the American Taxation Association’s In addition, Mr. Quinn is a candidate for Presi- (ATA) Mid-Year Meeting while in D.C., where dent of the National Council of Certified Public his New Faculty Concerns Committee hosted Managers, in which he holds the certification of a breakfast for 3rd and 4th year doctoral stu- Certified Public Manager, with elections being dents in the field of taxation and his Teaching conducted this fall. Resources Committee planned their efforts for the next year. John is currently on sabbatical to Alex Tokarev, assistant professor, Economics, conduct research and work on his doctoral dis- Michigan Campus, gave a lecture at the Institute sertation, “The Effect of Changes in Estate Tax for Market Economics in Bulgaria dedicated to Rates on Charitable Bequests: An Analysis of Milton Friedman’s 100th anniversary and par- Estate Distributions,” which he hopes to com- ticipated in the Free Market Forum in Texas. He plete by summer 2013. publishes commentaries at worldmag.com ev- ery Wednesday advancing the mission of North- wood University.
ATHLETICS IN ACTION FLORIDA NORTHWOOD IDEA • FALL 2012 www.northwood.edu 33PAIR OF SEAHAWKS NAMED OFFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Northwood University (FL) junior forward Helen Lynskey (Rotherham, UK) junior forward Marcus Johansson (Halmstad, Sweden) were honored as the Sun Conference Women’s and Men’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week respectively earlier this season. Lynskey’s efforts powered the No. 19 Lady Seahawks to a pair of Sun Conference wins, over Southeastern and Ave Maria. In the 2-0 shutout of Southeastern, she scored both goals for Northwood. Two days later, Northwood took down Ave Maria, 5-0, behind a two-goal performance by Lynskey. She put the Lady Seahawks up early with a goal in the opening five minutes, then followedHelen Lynskey Marcus Johansson that with her second tally in the 17th minute.In a 3-1 win over Southeastern, Johansson contributed on all three goals for the Seahawks. Trailing 1-0 at the half, Johansson fueled athree-goal spurt in a ten-minute span including netting the eventual game-winning goal on a penalty kick just three minutes later. Thismarked the second time Johansson took home the award this season. - Chris KendrickKEISHLA RIVERA SIGNS WITH PRO TEAM IN PUERTO RICOFormer Northwood women’s basketball player Keishla Rivera signed to play professional basketball withSan German in Puerto Rico. The Orlando native stands at five-feet and played point guard for Northwood.During her two-year career with the Seahawks, Rivera averaged 35.6 minutes with 12.2 points. In the2010-11 season, Rivera was 35% from the field, 37% from three-point range and 76% from the foulline, averaging 13.1 points/game with four rebounds, five assists and three steals. In the 2011-12 sea-son, she averaged 37 minutes a game, shooting 35% from the field, 38% from three-point and 76%from the free throw line, averaging 13 points, four rebounds, five assists and three steals a game.“Keishla has something you don’t expect someone of her stature to have, it’s this unrelenting will,toughness and desire,” said Northwood Head Coach Mark Sanford. “It’s more than just a physical thing,her mind is so strong, and her mental toughness allowed her to play through injuries. She has a highbasketball IQ and understanding of the game.”While playing for Northwood, Rivera studied Entertainment, Sports & Promotion Management. - Chris KendrickSeahawk Soccer Teams ExcelAs this issues goes to print, both the women’s and men’s soccer teams booked successful seasons and are headed into post-season play.The No. 21 Northwood University (FL) women’s soccer clinched their seventh consecutive Sun Conference championship with a 2-1overtime win over #8 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at Arrigio-Vecellio field.The Lady Seahawks finished the regular season with a 13-4-1 record and are waiting to see who their first round opponent will be theNAIA national tournament, with the possibility of hosting a first round game at Arrigo-Vecellio Field.In turn, the fifth-seeded men’s soccer team came back twice, then used a mistake by the fourth-seed Thomas University in the firstovertime to defeat the Nighthawks 3-2 in their Sun Conference Quarterfinal matchup.The Northwood men’s team improved to 13-5 on the season and advanced to the semi-finals of the Sun Conference tournament.- Chris Kendrick
34 ATHLETICS IN ACTION MICHIGAN NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY TIMBERWOLVES LAUNCH YOUTUBE CHANNEL Fans of the Northwood Timberwolves will have another way of following along with their favorite teams with the launching of a new YouTube channel. The channel, which is named “NUMIAthletics,” will feature interviews with coaches and players as well as highlights from games. http://www.youtube.com/NUMIAthletics So far, the channel has proven to be a big success. In the first month of its existence, NUMIAthletics has had over 6,500 video views. Fans can find the channel by going to youtube.com and searching for “NUMIAthletics” NORTHWOOD ANNOUNCES SEVENTH ANNUAL HALL OF FAME CLASS The Northwood University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics inducted a five-member class into its Hall of Fame in October. Inductees were selected based on athletic prowess, contributions to the athletic programs, success and character and positive representation of Northwood University. LARRY LINDSEY the history of the GLIAC Championship 2000), in three seasons. (In the previous Contributor and is nine strokes better than any other eight seasons NU won 23 games). He still Few people can claim total. She remains the lone player in holds records for passing yards (4,442) to be such a vital part of school history to qualify for the NCAA and scoring (250 points), ranks third in Northwood athletics for a Championships, reaching the event in completions (233), and 16th in rushing longer period than Larry 2004. Long also excelled in the classroom, (1,855). He claimed the NCAA pass Lindsey. In over forty claiming CoSIDA Academic All-America efficiency rating title in 1998 with a mark years at Northwood, Lindsey has been honors and was named the 2007 NU of 190.41 and his 1,862 passing yards that involved as an athlete, a coach, a radio valedictorian. season are the most in program history. announcer, an administrator and a mentor. Tollie’s finest game occurred in one of the As a student he was a two-sport athlete TARA TIGNER most famous games in program history as competing in basketball and football Softball 1997-2000 he accounted for over 400 yards and five and was team captain for both teams his Tara Tigner’s softball touchdowns in Northwood’s 79-49 win senior year. He joined NU’s administration career at Northwood over rival SVSU in the 1998 Axe Bowl. in 1971 and has served as Dean of is one of the most Students since 1988. Lindsey served as the productive in program DALE WASHINGTON first head coach in track and field (1974) history. Her name appears Track and Field 1982-85 and women’s basketball (1982) and was in either the season or career leaders More than 20 years after also interim Athletic Director in 2000. For list 16 times; she ranks first in school his career at Northwood the last 15 years, Lindsey has been the history with 150 career runs, second in ended, Dale Washington color commentator for NU Football radio hits (210), doubles (39), home runs (16) remains one of the broadcasts. His passion and love for NU and total bases (320), and third in stolen finest athletes to ever athletics will always be remembered. bases (52). Her 1999 season is one of the be associated with the program. The finest at NU: .403 average, six home runs, highlight of his distinguished career was and 15 doubles. A two-time All-GLIAC earning the NAIA National Championship JAMIE (LONG) RHYNARD honoree, Tigner finished her career with in the 110 hurdle at the 1985 outdoor Women’s Golf 2003-07 a .338 career batting average and was a championships. He also finished third Jamie Long stands as the part of one of the winningest stretches in during the 1985 indoor season in the greatest women’s golfer program history, as NU won 113 games in 60 meter hurdles. The team captain in in Northwood history. The her career. 1985, Washington led the team to top- owner of virtually every 10 national finishes at the NAIA Indoor school record, Long was SHANDRIN “SLEEPIE” and Outdoor National Championships. an All-GLIAC honoree all four years of her TOLLIE Washington is one of just four in NU career. She was named the 2007 GLIAC Football 1998-2001 history to earn a national title. He Women’s Golf Athlete of the Year after Sleepie Tollie is known claimed All-America honors at the NAIA finishing with the lowest scoring average as the player who “put championships in 1984 and 1985 as well in the conference. At the 2006 GLIAC Northwood football the 110 meter hurdles at the prestigious Championship, she was the individual on the map.” He took Dogwood Relays in 1985. Washington’s medalist with a one-over par total of 217 over as the starting quarterback in 1998 indoor school record in the 60 meter over the three round event—a mark that and led Northwood to 25 victories, and hurdles of 8.18 stood at Northwood from is still the best score in relation to par in a pair of GLIAC Championships (1999- 1985 until 2012.
ATHLETICS IN ACTION TEXAS NORTHWOOD IDEA • FALL 2012 www.northwood.edu 35 Northwood Golf: Distinctively International Many of Northwood’s Texas campus golfers do not have much of a Texas accent. In fact, visit with these talented student-athletes for just a few minutes and you’ll be forgiven if you think you’re at a United Nations meeting rather than on a golf course. This year Coach Belfield fielded a women’s team with golfers from Mexico, Canada, and Singapore to go along with student-athletes from California and Georgia. On the men’s side, the team features three Canadians, an Australian,Men’s Golf (left to right): Travis Kemp, Joss Gosling, Derek Trofimczuk,Carter Caldwell & JT Zaiger and one golfer from Great Britain to go along with three Californian golfers, plus one each from Iowa and Michigan.“And of course,” Coach Belfield said, “we have five Texans playing on the men’s team.”“Youngsters from other countries are attracted to American universities because of our collegiate athletics system,” Belfield continued,“There is nothing else like it in the world.”Both the men and women golf teams have started their 2012 season out strong. Freshman Fariza Zain fired a solid 74 to finish 3rdoverall at the women’s first tournament at the Hawk Creek Classic and the men’s team took first place at the UMHB Invitational earlierthis year. - Abigail CienskiDebut Season to be Challenging for KnightsThere are no pushovers on the Knight men’s and women’s basketball schedules in thisinaugural year. The men’s team, for instance, will play home games against teams such asNCAA Division II Henderson State, NAIA perennial power Oklahoma City University, andthe always tough Rogers State. The men have also scheduled road games against NCAAschools such as Lamar, Lubbock Christian and Angelo State Universities. When the menwind up their first year on February 28, they will have played a total of 32 games, includ-ing two scrimmages and two exhibitions. “This is an ambitious schedule for a first-yearprogram,” Head Coach Ray Wilkerson said. “But we want to be the best, and to do that youhave to play the best. Our kids are excited, and we think we may surprise some peoplealong the way.” Head Coach Women’s Basketball, Michael Wells A Junior Varsity men’s team will play 22 games, mostly against schools located in andaround the Dallas/Ft. Worth Area.If anything, the women might have an even tougher schedule, according to Head CoachMichael Wells. “We’ll take on schools like Stephen F. Austin and Northern New Mexico,” Wellssaid. “And we’re also playing several schools that we will be seeing a lot of when we jointhe Sooner Athletic Conference next year.” Wells pointed that SAC schools on the scheduleinclude University of Science & Arts, St. Gregory’s, and Oklahoma Baptist. Both the women and men will face their crosstown rival, Ft. Worth’s Texas Wesleyan Univer-sity, both home and away. “This is going to be fun,” Athletic Director Jack Allday concluded.”Our coaches have worked hard to recruit some talented kids. It may take some time for Head Coach Men’s Basketball, Ray Wilkersoneverything to jell, but we have a chance to be pretty darn good.” - Abigail Cienski
36 ALUMNI IN ACTION NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY Love is in the air in the Northwood Alumni Network Northwood Atlanta Alumni Chapter hosts event at The Northwood Alumni Chapter in the Greater Grand Rapids, Atlanta Braves Game Michigan area hosted an outing at the West Michigan Whitecaps Mike Leary 91’ and Herold Smart Jr. 96’ baseball game on August 20th. Three young couples who met at Northwood and are now married joined us at the event and posed for the picture above. Chicago Alumni Chapter having fun on a rooftop deck during a Cubs Denver Alumni Chapter enjoying a suite at the Colorado Rockies game in September 2012 game in July 2012. Northwood Alumni Network Partners with the Society Alumni Economic Seminar of Automotive Analysts in Metro Detroit Dr. Tim Nash, vice president of Strategic and Corporate Alliances Northwood University cooperated with the Society of Automotive and the David E. Fry Endowed Professor of Free Market Economics, Analysts Young Professionals’ Network to host a networking happy Dr. Richard Ebeling, professor of Economics, and James Hohman, hour. J Ferron, chairman of the board of trustees at Northwood, assistant director of Fiscal Policy at the Mackinac Center for Public introduced Elgie Bright our new automotive marketing chair at the Policy and 2006 alumnus, joined together for the second annual Midland campus. Featured speaker Shaun Day, an alumnus of the homecoming economic seminar. With so many important changes Midland campus and the DeVos graduate school, spoke to young being proposed in November, it was important for alumni to have professionals in the automotive industry about his experience the opportunity to talk about the potential changes, and how they working in program management for Ford SVT. relate to the Northwood Idea and free enterprise.
NORTHWOOD IDEA • FALL 2012 www.northwood.edu 37Knight’s Celebrate in Texas for the 9th Annual CrossingOver CeremonyOn Saturday, October 6th, alumni, students, faculty, staff, andfriends of Northwood gathered for an evening of celebration atthe 9th Annual Crossing Over Ceremony.The treasured tradition began with a social networking receptionwith delicious food prepared and served by students in theHospitality Management program. While dining, attendees wereentertained by the comedic magic of Bo Gerard and also had theopportunity to take a walk down memory lane with a yearbookand photo album display.After the announcement of the 2012 Homecoming Court, different classes gathered together to cross over and be inducted intoKnighthood. Families and friends watched and supported as newly knighted participants received their medallion and joined theirfellow knights.Alumni who attended the event shared their thoughts following the ceremony: “I attended the Northwood University Crossing Over Ceremony and received my medal. Had a wonderful time!! Go Knights.” “Had a great time last night at the crossing over ceremony. Such a nice campus and friendly people. It reminded me a lot of the MI campus. Hope to see you all again soon.”Stay tuned for more information regarding the 10th Crossing Over Celebration on October 5th, 2013. We hope to see you all there!Alumni Activity in Texas is at all Time High -The DFW NU Alumni Group is in Full SwingDespite the end of the summer season alumni activity in Texas continues to pick up speed. Earlier this year, the Northwood TexasAlumni Leadership Council supported two events which reunited alumni with their alma mater.On August 21, over fifty alumni and guests gathered together for “Knights at Rangers Ballpark.” For a discounted price, participantsenjoyed an ‘All You Can Eat’ buffet, an air-conditioned grill, and Texas Rangers baseball. Despite a Rangers loss, the event was a home-run for Northwood: Graduates from the traditional, ADP, and DeVos programs were in attendance, the Alpha Omega fraternity broughtformer classmates and members together, and new connections among NU alumni were made.“The Texas Alumni Leadership Council is looking to do more events like this,” remarked Caleb Miller, a Michigan graduate and Presidentof the Council. “These opportunities provide excellent networking and relationship building experiences, all while providing anengaging atmosphere.”On September 6th, the newly established DeVos MBA Alumni Society (DAS) held its first event with nearly twenty graduates gatheringat a local favorite, David’s Seafood. Participants reflected on their cohort experience and shared stories of how their MBA has helpedthem progress in their career. The Society was thrilled to have different cohorts represented, including one attendee who had justcompleted her third class in the program.“‘DeVos Night Out’ served as a bridge between alumni and graduate and undergraduate students,” said Pamela Anderson, Presidentof the DAS. “Representatives from new DeVos cohort and administration exemplified the uniqueness of the Northwood Experience.This is just the beginning of a lifetime commitment to our University’s future,” she continued.Both alumni chapters are planning several upcoming activities—most of which are open to both alumni and current students—including“Alumni Give Back Day” on December 1, an opportunity for alumni to network while volunteering at the North Texas Food BankContact Natasha Elder, director of Alumni Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org, for the most up to date event information.
38 ALUMNI IN ACTION NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY Alumni Celebrate 50 Years of Northwood Football On Saturday, October 5, over 40 former Northwood football players came back to campus to celebrate the 50 year anniversary of the Northwood football program. The football alumni group was recognized during halftime of the football game and they then joined Northwood athletic director and former football coach, Pat Riepma, for a presentation and a tour of the new indoor practice facility. 49th Annual Northwood University Auto Show/ Alumni hamming it up for the camera at the first “Northwood Alumni Homecoming Weekend Bash” during auto show weekend. Over 200 Northwood alumni Held October 5-7, 2012 on the Midland, Michigan campus joined together at Fricks Sports Bar for fun, food and philanthropy. Save the date for the 50th Annual Auto Show/Homecoming Weekend Over $2,000 was raised during Auto Show/Homecoming weekend to be held September 27-29, 2013! for the Erica Paul Gough Endowed Scholarship. Alumni Justin Marshall, Jennifer Spencer, Justine Stauffer and Ralph Northwood Alumni warming up in the Wolf Howl Alumni tent after Griffith enjoying a night of Rhythm N’ Blues with Northwood at the the homecoming football game. Midland Country Club on Friday, October 5. The Northwood community lost one of its most fabulous members, Erica Paul (Gough) in the spring of 2011. In 2012 Erica’s family and friends created the “Erica Paul Gough Endowed Scholarship” to provide scholarships to Northwood students whose lives have been affected by cancer. Please ask us how you can participate in this special opportunity to keep Erica’s spirit alive and support students who are dealing with similar issues within their families. Born and raised in Coleman, Michigan, Erica was a fun-loving, fabulous gal who was diag- nosed with stage four metastatic colon cancer at age 26. Instead of letting the devastating news stop her in her tracks, Erica began her fabulous journey of HOPE and activism. Through the many procedures, treatments, and surgeries, she always managed to flash that brilliant, fabulous smile. She began sharing her story in the hopes that others would not be stricken with such a terrible disease. Her infectious laugh made everyone and anyone fall in love with her instantly. And as if that wasn’t enough, she was always quick with a kind word, cheer of support, or an out of tune song that managed to help so many people feel better about their lives…even as she was battling for her own.
NORTHWOOD IDEA • FALL 2012 www.northwood.edu 39Alumni Soccer Game Reunites Seahawks of all AgesSeahawk alumni of all ages visited Northwood University Florida to participate in the 3rd Annual Alumni Soccer game onAugust 30. The annual event was held at the Arrigo-Vecellio Soccer Field. The reunion welcomed alumni from across thecountry, and began with a continental breakfast prior to the spirited competitions.“Every year this event gets bigger and better,” said Coach Ty Brewer, “I always look forward to reminiscing with the incredibleathletes I’ve had the opportunity to coach over the past decade,” he said. Although the alumni teams were not victoriousthis year, everyone had a great time reconnecting and seeing Coach Brewer. “I was amazed at how well the current North-wood Florida ladies played as they beat us 8-3,” said Diana Hue. I’m really looking forward to the official start of the season,so I can come back to campus to cheer them on,” she said. With the mission of fostering a life- long network amongst alumni and encouraging a continued connection to Northwood University, the North- wood Alumni Network’s goals are to: • Be the first resource regarding free enterprise and its application in today’s society • Provide relevant benefits to Northwood alumni • Provide lifelong career assistance to our graduates • Facilitate interaction of the Northwood alumni network of business professionals • Encourage alumni to support Northwood to ensure the future success of the institution and our future alumni
40 advancement NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY BEQUESTS—WHAT ARE THE BEST ASSETS TO GIVE NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY THROUGH YOUR WILL? What are the benefits of planning a charitable There are three ways you can make a bequest: gift through your will? • Specific Bequest—The most utilized • It helps to maximize available tax, type of bequest, a specific bequest, financial, and estate benefits. provides that Northwood University will receive a specific dollar amount, • It ensures that your personal and percentage of your estate, or piece of financial objectives are met. Your property. property is distributed according to your wishes. • Residuary Bequest—A residuary • It enables you to increase your gift bequest provides that Northwood potential by looking at other ways University receive all or a stated of giving, and it provides a lasting gift portion of your estate after all other to Northwood University. bequests, debts, taxes, and expenses have been distributed. • A gift through your estate will provide the opportunity for young people to • Contingent Bequest—A contingent study at Northwood; preparing them bequest can insure that if your primary in the context of our Code of Ethics provisions cannot be carried out due to and expected Outcomes and with a unexpected circumstances, your assets strong sense free enterprise and will then pass to Northwood University individual responsibility. rather than unintended beneficiaries. One of the most effective ways to make a planned gift is through a bequest in your will. With this option, your will directs how this gift should be distributed from your estate. Assets given may include retirement plan assets, securities (common and preferred stock, mutual funds), cash (including certificates of deposit), life insurance, and personal property. For donors who wish to defer their charitable gifts until the time of death, the best assets to use are IRAs, accumulated retirement plan balances, or other assets upon which income tax has been deferred. By using such assets for charitable gifts, all the accrued income tax liability is avoided entirely. The easiest way to gift IRAs or qualified plan balances to charity at the time of death is simply to name the charity on a beneficiary designation form provided by the IRA custodian or plan administrator. Upon death, retirement plan assets may not only be subject to an estate tax, but also an income tax when transferred to non-spousal beneficiaries. In some cases they can be taxed at a combined marginal rate as high as 65 percent. By using retirement plan, assets to leave a planned gift, you can avoid estate and income taxes and ensure that 100 percent of the balance of your retirement funds will support the philanthropic objectives you care most deeply about. By planning ahead you can create a lasting gift that you direct, whether it is to an endowment for a scholarship, professorship, faculty chair, department chair, or any of several areas of support for Northwood University For more information please contact Arnold D’Ambrosio, Vice President of University Advancement at (989) 837-4205.
NORTHWOOD IDEA • SUMMER-FALL 2012 www.northwood.edu Want to be featured in the Northwood Idea magazine family album section? Complete the online “update your profile form” at www.northwood.edu/alumni Access to Northwood University alumni information, and usage of, should be conducted in an ethical and lawful manner. Use of alumni contact information for personal gain, commercial use, or solicitation is strictly prohibited. Bradley Thomas, MI ’05, BBA, Management, John Wilson, Saginaw, MI ’10, BBA, Market-1970s is the owner of Thomas Financial Consultants, ing/Management, and DeVos - Midland, MI in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Bradley played foot- ’12, MBA, Management, is the national salesRick Hart, MI ’72, BBA, Management, was in ball and was a member of Theta Chi while he manager for Glastender, Inc. in Saginaw, Mich.the Auto Show and served as chairman while attended Northwood. Bradley resides in Berk- John is married to Lori, and they have twoattending Northwood as well as a member of ley, Mich. children: Tiffany, 20, and Matthew, 18. Theythe Chi Alpha Mu. Rick reside in Naples, Fla. email@example.com reside in Midland, Mich. I recently firstname.lastname@example.org from the DeVos evening MBA program. Karen Guevara, FL ’05, BBA, Advertising/ email@example.comBradford P. Hall, Sr., MI ’78, BBA, Manage- Marketing/Management, is senior accountment, is the owner of Vino Fino, LLC in Akron, executive for Saatchi & Saatchi in New York, Joseph Batchik, MI ’11, BBA, AutomotiveOhio. Brad was a member of Alpha Kappa Psi N.Y. Karen resides in Cliffside, N.Y. Aftermarket Management/Management, wasand Phi Beta Lambda while attending North- Karen.firstname.lastname@example.org part of the Emerging Leaders at Northwood.wood. Brad if married to RaeAnn and they re- Joseph resides in Shelby Township, Mich.side in Akron, Ohio. email@example.com Richard Santos, III, Fort Worth, TX ’06, BBA, firstname.lastname@example.org Management, resides in Aledo, Texas.1990s email@example.com David McAtee, MI ’11, BBA, Management Information Systems/Management, is a dataJoey Gabarda, MI ’97, BBA, Automotive Janelle Spens, MI ’08, BBA, Banking & analyst for Morley Companies in Midland,Marketing/Management, is the variable op- Finance/Management, resides in Marysville, Mich. David was a cheerleader, member oferations director for Boardwalk Auto Group. Mich. firstname.lastname@example.org Student-Alumni Network, Church ReloadedWhile attending Northwood, Joey was in- and Northwood MIS Club during his time atvolved with Auto Show, Term in Europe, Sig- Lisa (Whitten) Gromelski, Fort Worth, TX Northwood. David is married to Jennifer andma Phi Epsilon and played Lacrosse. Joey is ’08, BBA, Management, works in global repair they reside in Essexville, Mich.married to Erin (Fender) (MI ’03) and they re- America warranty for Motorola, Inc., in Fort email@example.com in Frisco, Texas. Worth, Texas. Lisa is married to Norbert firstname.lastname@example.org they reside in Azle, Texas. Joe Cyrek, Livonia, MI ’11, BBA, Management, email@example.com is married to Dawn (MI ’93) and they reside in2000s Ashley (Herko) Mapes, Midland, MI ’08, BBA, Wolverine Lake, Mich. firstname.lastname@example.orgJay Huddleston, MI ’01, BBA, Management, Management and ’09, Marketing, is and exec- Kristan Grosskopf, DeVos – Midland, MI ’12,is an account manager for Export Develop- utive assistant/marketing assistant for Repub- MBA, Management, resides in Midland, Mich.ment Canada. Jay resides in Kitchener, Ontar- lic Bank in Phoenix, Ariz. Ashley is married to email@example.com, Canada. firstname.lastname@example.org Matthew (Midland, MI ’09) and they reside in Phoenix, Ariz. email@example.comErin (Fender) Gabarda, MI ’03, BBA, Auto-motive Marketing/Management, is a custom- Emily Campbell, MI ’09, BBA, Fashion Mar-er training professional for Reynolds & Reyn- keting/Merchandising/Management, was theolds. When attending Northwood, Erin was a Style Show Events chair in ’09, a member ofDelta Zeta, co-captain for Jaguar in 2000, and Alpha Gamma Delta and Panhellenic when ata Homecoming Candidate. Erin is married to Northwood. Emily resides in Houston, Texas.Joey (MI ’79) and they reside in Frisco, Texas. firstname.lastname@example.org@gmail.com Join the official “Northwood University Alumni Group” on www.linkedin.com and www.facebook.com and benefit from creating professional business connections with your fellow Northwood alumni.
Northwood University Nonprofit Organization U.S. POSTAGE 4000 Whiting Drive PAID Midland, MI 48640 PERMIT NO. 269 Florida Campus Saginaw, MI 2600 North Military TrailWest Palm Beach, FL 33409 Michigan Campus 4000 Whiting Drive Midland, MI 48640 Texas Campus 1114 West FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104 www.northwood.edu 800.622.9000 Alumni & Friends Calendar of Events DECEMBER 2012 1 Alumni Give Back Day at the North Texas Food Bank Cedar Hill, TX 6 Dow Chemical Alumni Lunch and Learn Midland, MI 8 DeVos Alumni Holiday Social Grand Prairie, TX 17 33rd Annual Noel Scholarship Luncheon Ritz Carlton, Palm Beach, FL JANUARY 2013 16 Northwood Reception at the North American International Auto Show Detroit, MI 25 Outstanding Business Leaders Gala The Breakers, West Palm Beach, FL FEBRUARY 2013 9 Northwood Alumni Reception at Chicago Auto Show Chicago, IL TBA Pittsburgh Auto Show Pittsburgh, PA TBA Northwood Night at Grand Rapids Griffins Game Grand Rapids, MI 23 Alumni Bowl for Kid’s Sake Dallas, TX MARCH 2013 1 Cleveland Auto Show Cleveland, OH Stafford Dinner Bay City, MI 2 2 - 3 Auto Show of the Palm Beaches—NU Florida West Palm Beach, FL 27 Founders’ Day Celebration Cedar Hill, TX APRIL 2013 19 Show Midland, MI Style 20 Outstanding Alumni Achievement Awards—Griswold Center Midland, MI 20 Alumni Soccer Games Cedar Hill, TX MAY 2013 TBA Freedom Seminar Opening Night Special Event Detroit, MI june 2013 TBA Tri-City Golf Outing—Fortress of Frankenmuth Frankenmuth, MI Save the date! 2013 Michigan Campus Auto Show/Homecoming—September 27-29, 2013