New members elected to KSU Foundation's board of directors, board of trustees
Monday, Sept. 22, 2014
MANHATTAN — New members were elected at the Kansas State University Foundation's board of trustees annual meeting in Manhattan on Sept. 19. Twelve people were elected to serve four-year terms as trustees of the KSU Foundation. This election brings the total number of foundation trustees to 328.
Dave Everitt, Marco Island, Florida, was elected to a one-year term on the board of directors of the foundation. Everitt earned a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from Kansas State University's College of Engineering in 1975.
Twelve people were elected to serve four-year terms as trustees of the foundation. They include:
Rick and Barbara Johnson, Abilene; Jim Allen Jr., Auburn; and Terry and Val Kershner, and Charles Rankin, all from Manhattan.
From out of state:
Candy Duncan, Bethesda, Maryland; Greg and Doris Wright Carroll, Kansas City, Missouri; Rod and Charlene Lake, Dallas, Texas; and Kent McKinney, Kerrville, Texas.
"This is an incredibly dedicated group of volunteers who give their time, talent and treasure to make a difference at K-State," said Fred Cholick, president and CEO of the KSU Foundation. "We thank our trustees — new and returning — for all that they do for K-State."
The mission of the KSU Foundation is to advance Kansas State University through philanthropy. The foundation staff works with university partners to build lifelong relationships with alumni, friends, faculty, staff and students through involvement and investment in the university.