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Shareholders’ Society

The Terry Shareholders’ Society is a unique way to support the Terry Endowment for Excellence, helping to strengthen a college-wide endowment that is needed to compete effectively with peer and aspirational schools. The generous contributors of this elite group are long-term investors in Terry and hold stock in the future of the college. Shareholders’ members will have annual meetings and receive endowment reports from the UGA Foundation to follow the fund’s performance.

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Amos

Mr. and Mrs. M. Brantley Barrow

Doug and Mickey Benn

Thomas C. and Suzanne D. Berrey

Mr. Glenn J. Black Jr. and Ms. Nancy Black

Susan M. Boyd

Jason M. Brady

Christopher D. Brearton

Francis Alan Brown Family

Michael V. Cheek and Runell S. Cheek

Ron and Dorothy Cheeley

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Ferguson, III

Scott and Janie Ferguson

Bob and Elisha Wade Finney

Mr. Grant E. Garbers and Mrs. Angelique Garbers

Robert P. Hein Family

Mrs. Suzanne P. Henke and Mr. Brad R. Henke

Mr. Matthew W. Jones

Andrea and Mark A. Kauffman

Dave Koren

Mr. Mark S. Mahoney

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin B. Marsh

Karen Hoey McCrea and Richard McCrea

Steve and Susan Middlebrooks

C. Morgan Moore

Jeff and Cathy Reed

Gregory and Barbara Rizzo

Mr. Bradley K. Ruth and Mrs. Heather Ruth

James Neal Shad

Mrs. Bonney S. Shuman and Mr. William J. Shuman

Mr. and Mrs. Scott G. Sink

W. Daniel and Susannah S. Sisson

Mr. R. Travis Storey and Mrs. Margaret W. Storey

Hugh M. Tarbutton Jr.

Mr. Craig C. Walker Sr. and Mrs. Cameron Walker

Mr. and Mrs. Ridley M. Williams

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