This list is updated annually, and is current as of June 30, 2017.
Airbus Services Company
Boeing Company Charitable Trust
The Robert and Lois Braddock Charitable Foundation
Brown & Brown of Florida
Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust
Paul & Constance Hunter Charitable Foundation
The Raisbeck Foundation
The Wessel Foundation
Jay (HonDoc ’08) and Leila Adams
Michele Bowman-Underwood and Joseph Underwood
Rick (’67, ’72, DB) and Janice Brown
James and Beverly Cone
James (’79, DB) and Karli Hagedorn
Mori (HonDoc ’13; ’78, ’79, ’82, DB) and Forough (’85, DB) Hosseini
L. Gale Lemerand
D. Keith (’95, ’97, WW) and Alice Mosing
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)
The Hunt Society recognizes Embry-Riddle donors who give a lifetime total of at least $1 million.
Frederick “Rick” Brown’s (’67, Flight Training, ’72, DB) love of aviation, entrepreneurship and Embry-Riddle has prompted him to make a major planned gift to the university to support the Daytona Beach College of Business’ Center for Entrepreneurship and establish the Rick and Jan Brown Endowed Scholarship.
For Brown, creating an endowed scholarship and supporting the growth of the Center for Entrepreneurship at Embry-Riddle is a chance to further the work of his mentor, Jack Hunt, to improve the university and the field of aviation.
“Jack Hunt was a visionary and an entrepreneur. He was a really strong mentor for me,” says Brown, “It’s important that people have an entrepreneurial spirit in aviation. Jan and I want to encourage people to think outside the box and create things that could help people in aviation.”