This list is updated annually, and is current as of June 30, 2017.

The Jack R. Hunt Society

Corporations and Foundations

Airbus Services Company
Boeing Company Charitable Trust
Boston Scientific
The Robert and Lois Braddock Charitable Foundation
Brown & Brown of Florida
Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust
Paul & Constance Hunter Charitable Foundation
Intervest Construction
The MathWorks
The Raisbeck Foundation
Rolls-Royce Corporation
The Wessel Foundation

Alumni and Friends

Jay (HonDoc ’08) and Leila Adams
Michele Bowman-Underwood and Joseph Underwood
Rick (’67, ’72, DB) and Janice Brown
James and Beverly Cone
DeRhoads Dolan
Samuel Goldman*
James (’79, DB) and Karli Hagedorn
Mori (HonDoc ’13; ’78, ’79, ’82, DB) and Forough (’85, DB) Hosseini
Roger Koch
L. Gale Lemerand
Dorothee Miller*
D. Keith (’95, ’97, WW) and Alice Mosing
Lee Noe
David and Andrea Robertson
S. Harry (HonDoc ’72) and Linda Robertson
Nick and Joan Spiroff
James and Marilyn Subach
Steven (HonDoc ’98) and Christine Udvar-Hazy
Peter (’69, DB) and Linda Vosbury
Helen Wessel (HonDoc ’17)

* Deceased

Jack R. Hunt

Jack R. Hunt portrait

The Hunt Society recognizes Embry-Riddle donors who give a lifetime total of at least $1 million.



Opening Doors and Changing Lives

With eight university degrees and 30 years spent living abroad, Donna Roberts has always had a love of learning. “Education opens doors and changes people’s lives in tangible ways,” she says.

Roberts is a dual alumna of Embry-Riddle (2010), as well as associate professor and chair of the social sciences and economics department and chair of undergraduate research at the Worldwide Campus in Germany. She says she wanted to help students who share her passion for education, especially those in the military.

That is why Roberts and her husband, Sergio Del Bianco, recently made a generous planned gift to Embry-Riddle, creating an endowed scholarship in their names. The couple, who met in Italy and have been together 22 years, are also funding a term scholarship to immediately help undergraduate or graduate students with financial need.

“Valuing education so much, I wanted to give back to something that is meaningful to me,” she says.