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News : NCMC's Director of Development retiring June 30th
Posted by Tom on 2012/6/19 8:00:00 (500 reads) News by the same author

Retiring Director of Development at North Central Missouri College in Trenton, Steve Maxey, said his 11 years of employment were what he called “a dream job” thanks to a support system that “makes things happen.”

Maxey began working at NCMC in August 2001 succeeding Jack Derry. The college had undergone a capital campaign called “Partners in Growth.” In the following months, Maxey and others helped to launch the “Invest in the Vision” campaign which Maxey told KTTN’s John Anthony has exceeded all expectations:

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North Central, the smallest two year community college in Missouri, is said to be envied by many others for its continuing community support and donations:

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Maxey will be retiring effective June 30th, as Director of Development and the College Foundation office. He reviews some of the highlights in terms of structures built as a result of the capital campaign:

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Decisions are coming quickly that will involve potential renovations of Geyer Hall on the college campus in Trenton:

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There is still work that could be done at the Barton Farm Campus:

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