OFTC’s Foundation Honors William H. Quinn with Business Programs Classroom Naming
The Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) Foundation recently honored the late William H. Quinn with the naming of the college’s Business Programs classroom located in the Louie Livingston Building on the college’s South Campus in Dublin, Thursday, March 31.
Quinn was honored through a donation to the OFTC Foundation through a family member.
“We are honoring my wife’s father because he served as a role model for family values, community service and entrepreneurship,” the donor shared. “He instilled these values into my wife who has passed them on to our children and then to their children. This is an opportunity for our family to celebrate his accomplishments and hopefully preserve his memory for generations to come.”
Quinn’s life and family was honored with a small reception following the classroom naming reveal.
“We are grateful to be a part of opportunities like this to come alongside a donor and honor their family member in this way,” said Kathy Aaron, Executive Director of the OFTC Foundation. “It is through donations like this that the OFTC Foundation is able to support and strengthen the college and its students, and we are honored to be a part of it.”
“The Foundation and I would like to thank Dr. Mike Stoy and his family for recognizing the importance of education and its impact on the economy,” Aaron added. “To date he and his family have invested over $45,000 in educational opportunities at OFTC in the form of scholarships. The naming of this business classroom in memory of Mr. Quinn is one way the Foundation recognizes the commitment of Dr. Stoy and his family to an educated workforce, the OFTC Foundation, and the College and its students.”
To learn more about OFTC’s 130+ programs and how to get started on your path to career success, visit OFTC.edu.
The OFTC Foundation
The OFTC Foundation, Inc. is an independent nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization established to support students and programs at the college. The Foundation is governed by a local board of trustees whose mission is to maintain a focus on local campus needs that mirrors the direction of Oconee Fall Line Technical College. Donors’ wishes will be adhered to, and existing donor agreements will continue to be enforced. The Foundation provides leadership and community influence through the College’s eleven-county service area of Bleckley, Dodge, Glascock, Hancock, Jefferson, Laurens, Telfair, Warren, Washington, Wheeler, and Wilkinson.