North Central Missouri College Foundation Board Presents Salute Awards

The North Central Missouri College Foundation Board presented Board Salute awards during their joint annual meeting with the Board of Trustees earlier this week. 

Dr. John Holcomb, Dr. NiCole Neal, Mr. Phil Hoffman and Mr. Randy Young were selected in recognition of their efforts to help with the restoration of historical Geyer Hall as well as their strong partnership with the NCMC Foundation. Dr. Holcomb (chairman), Dr. Neal and Mr. Hoffman are all members of the Preserving the Past, Focusing on the Future Capital Campaign’s Leadership Steering Committee.  Dr. Holcomb is also a member of the NCMC Board of Trustees.  These individuals worked diligently to help raise capital, and their efforts have led to a successful campaign. 

Mr. Young, Director of Facilities at NCMC, was honored for his efforts and leadership on the restoration of Geyer Hall. His collaboration with the architects, Ron Auxier and Jeremy Proctor ofEllison-Auxier Architects, Inc. and the contractor, Dannie Rhoads from PSR Construction of Kirksville, Missouri has saved valuable time and resources on the restoration.

Director of Development, Teresa Cross, stated “The efforts of Dr. Holcomb, Dr. Neal, Mr. Hoffman and Mr. Young have led to a successful capital campaign and restoration of Geyer Hall.  These four people are outstanding individuals, and we are blessed to have had their leadership and help on this project.” She continued, “We appreciate all the support, hard work and efforts they have made on our drive, and you can see the progress of restoring Geyer Hall that their efforts are paying off.”

2016 marks the second year for annual Board Salute awards. These awards are presented on to individuals selected by the NCMC Foundation Board for their outstanding contributions to NCMC and the Foundation. 

The North Central Missouri College Foundation, Inc. was founded in 1986 with the intent to advance, encourage, assist and support the growth and development of NCMC in whatever ways are beneficial to its student body, faculty, and administrators.