From the Foundation Up The annual meeting of the Walters State Community College Foundation, held at the Morristown campus May 15, was highlighted by reports of a successful year and keen anticipation of  the opportunities inherent in the new year just beginning. Trustees learned of new gifts since their fall meeting totalling well over $200,000 and the acceptance of a new charitable remainder unitrust. President Campbell praised the leadership which outgoing president Judge William H. Inman had displayed during the past year and extended his deep appreciation to Inman for the many contributions he had made to the foundation through the years. Succeeding Judge Inman as new foundation president was Charles R. Terry. Other officers elected were Gene Jolley, vice president, and Bill Young, secretary. Re-elected to the foundation executive committee were Charlie Johnson, Dr. Steve Doka, Bill Bales, Gene Jolley and Judge Inman. And newly elected to the executive committee were Sam F. Grigsby Jr. and Sam Miller. In addition to serving on the executive committee, Judge Inman became the newest member of the foundation’s prestigious Past Presidents Council. New trustees elected to serve on the foundation board were Doris Lawrimore, Dr. Terry M. Brimer, Mary Ruth Cutshaw, Sid Blalock and Jim Blalock. A definite highlight of the evening was the unveiling of the President’s Trust portrait of Mrs. Reese Marshall Ripatti in recognition of her gift of 67 acres of land on which the college’s new Sevier County Campus was lo- cated. Back to Hub main page