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Bellamy Society

The Bellamy Society is named for both the building, which the college has called home since 1965, and the late Dr. Raymond F. Bellamy, who founded and headed the Sociology Department and who, during his 38-year tenure at FSU (1918-1956) taught classes in anthropology, economics, political science, and statistics. The purpose of the Bellamy Society is to encourage alumni, parents and friends to support the college at higher levels of annual giving and to recognize such donors appropriately. Bellamy Society members can designate their gifts either college-wide or for a specific department or program within the college.

Annual membership includes donors to the college within the fiscal year (July 1- June 30). Pledge commitments must be fulfilled each year by June 30. Membership is for one year and expires each year on June 30; membership renewals begin each year on July 1.

Special note: endowment, capital, and deferred gifts do not qualify for Bellamy Society membership; donors of such gifts (of cumulative lifetime giving of $10,000 or more) are recognized through the FSU President's Club.

If you are interested in becoming a member of The Bellamy Society, would like additional information, or have questions about it, please contact Assistant Dean for Development Cindy Michelson at 850-644-1920 or .


Gold Level ($5,000+)
Florence Helen Ashby
Mark P. and Marianne P. Barnebey
Nicholas J. and Angela Bergan
Steven M. and Amy K. Clein
Thomas M. and M. Eileen Culligan
Donors Trust, Inc.
Richard E. and Eleanor B. Doran
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Eric M. and Miranda J. Gaier
Joyce E. and Henry R. Glick
Joyce A. and Earl R. Godwin
Charles T. and Sylvia E. Haworth
Richard L. Henry
Nicholas V. and Deborah L. Iarossi
The Kaul Foundation
Charles Koch Foundation
Bruce W. and Melanie A. McNeilage
National Christian Foundation Orlando
Miyoung Oh
Bobby J. Pittman
Edna R. Ranck
David A. and Regan E. Rancourt
David W. Rasmussen and Joanne Oliveri-Rasmussen
Eric J. Reading
Schwab Charitable Fund
R. Kent and Lynn M. Shoemaker
Julia B. Smith
Marjorie R. Turnbull
Walton County Sheriff's Office
Winston-Salem Foundation/BB&T
Hijong Yoo
Allen R. and Andrea H. Zeman

Garnet Level ($2,500-$4,999)
Robert B. Auslander and Melody Mendoza-Auslander
Capital Health Plan
Marshall S. Cohn
The Sol Cohn Foundation
Haworth Foundation, Inc.
John L. and Mary B. Holcomb
Institute For Humane Studies
Simone Marstiller
Mulligan Park Gracious Retirement Living
Jason D. and Lauren M. Sato
Dongjun Shin
Westminster Oaks

Bellamy Level ($1,000-$2,499)
James H. and Ruth A. Alexander
J. Scott Bartholomew
B. Dan and Aimee E. Berger
Frances S. Berry and William D. Berry
David L. and Rebecca T. Bibb
Wiatt F. Bowers
Robert A. and Patricia A. Browning
The Brunetti Foundation
Gregory S. and Stephanie W. Burge
Christine Lung and William Caslow
Jesse M. and Gloria P. Colvin
Sachi G. and Shefali S. Dastidar
Alexander Fals and Monica B. Cunill-Fals
Ruth S. and Richard C. Feiock
Scott B. and Pamela J. Feldman
Jan and Cynthia L. Foster
Gary M. and Ellen F. R. Fournier
Thomas M. Henderson
Kenneth A. and Lorraine B. Jessell
Ethan Johnson
Nancy D. Joyner
Raymond G. and Patrice E. Kerr
Christi A. and Jeff Lawson
Harry J. and Reva J. Lerner
Michelle Mattox
Luis G. Loret De Mola
Jane S. Love
Lee K. Metcalf
Kathy Miranowic
Onsurang and Stefan C. Norrbin
Michael J. and Nancy N. O'Farrell
Kent E. Portney and Marilyn S. Santiesteban
Winifred H. and David G. Schmeling
Joseph H. Shaughnessy
John J. and Edith R. Slavic
Patricia S. St. Angelo
Michael G. Stephens
John R. Taylor and Cynthia Tie
Marvin Thurston
William G. and Carol S. Weissert
Stanley and Ramona S. Wilcox
Ronald L. and Annette A. Wilson