Posts Tagged ‘Board of Trustees’

Board of Trustees Chair Emeritus recognized for legacy of service

Board of Trustees Chair Emeritus recognized for legacy of service
It was the early 1950s when Emmett Scherrman, a Loras College undergraduate, first started paying attention to Mount Mercy, but it wasn’t the college that held his interest. Rather, Ann Barry (JC’51) a Mount Mercy student from Scherrman’s hometown of Farley, Iowa, had captured his eye and eventually...
Spring 2014 | On Campus | Read More

New Board of Trustee members join Mount Mercy

Two dynamic new board members joined Mount Mercy University’s Board of Trustees this fall, Dawn M. Bazarko and Ronald J. Herold. Both bring outstanding professional credentials and ample leadership experience. A speaker, author and industry leader, Bazarko has more than 20 years experience as a nurse...
Spring 2012 | On Campus | Read More

Mount Mercy names new Board of Trustee members

Mount Mercy University welcomed four new members to the Board of Trustees last fall, including Patrick E. Falconio, Delores Hannon ’73 RSM, Dr. Richard T. Kettelkamp ’93 and Bruce M. King. Trustee Brandt Worley was elected vice chair. Two of the new members, Falconio and Hannon, have previous Board...
Spring 2011 | On Campus | Read More

Knapp ends 14-year term as vice chair, continues on Board

Knapp ends 14-year term as vice chair, continues on Board
Barbara Knapp, long-time member of the Board of Trustees, formally stepped down from her role as vice chair at the Board’s fall meeting in November. Knapp has served on the Board of Trustees since 1994 and was elected vice chair in 1997 following the sudden death of then-Vice Chair Vincent Noce. Knapp...
Spring 2011 | On Campus | Read More

Personal stories highlight path to Mount Mercy University

Personal stories highlight path to Mount Mercy University
The daily lives of students and faculty at an institution of higher education are incredibly varied. It’s fair to say that no two days are alike. In general, students fret about exams, pull all-nighters to finish term papers, socialize with friends over burgers and fries and catch a basketball game...
Fall 2010 | | Read More

Student, community support bolsters Unity projects

Student, community support bolsters Unity projects
“When you look at the geography of the campus, the University Center is right in the middle,” says senior Adam Kaefring, a business major from Solon, Iowa. “Because it is right in the middle of campus, it’s going to be easy for everyone to go to that spot. It will be the center and the focus...
Fall 2010 | On Campus | Read More

Barhamand '77 Brings Church Congregation to Alma Mater

A tradition of service is paramount to Mount Mercy’s mission, and no one knows that better than Board of Trustee member Barbara Barhamand ’77, whose church youth group traveled to Cedar Rapids to assist with flood relief and bunked in Mount Mercy’s residence halls during their pilgrimage. After...
Summer 2009 | Alumni | Read More

Mount Mercy Connections Honored for Philanthropy, Service

Several members of the Mount Mercy family were recently honored by the Association of Fundraising Professionals at its annual National Philanthropy Day event, which recognizes exemplary contributions of philanthropy and those individuals active in the philanthropic community. Board of Trustees Chairman...
Winter 2009 | On Campus | Read More

College Elects New Board of Trustee Members

Mount Mercy has elected three new members to serve on its Board of Trustees, each to serve a three-year term. They include Monticello resident Cammie Greif ’88; Lakeville, Minnesota resident Scott B. Lynch ’85; and Greenwood, Indiana resident Margee (Smith) Stamper ’77.   Cammie Greif '88 Greif...
Winter 2009 | Alumni | Read More

Strategic Plan Adopted by Board of Trustees

The strategic planning process that began more than one year ago has produced a final document that was approved by the Board of Trustees in May. This seminal document, which describes Mount Mercy’s strategic themes, goals and key performance indicators, will shepherd the institution as it strives...
Summer 2008 | On Campus | Read More