Meet Our Donors

Dr. Peggy Redshaw and Dr. Jerry Lincecum

Finding a Vocation in a QU Classroom
When Dr. Peggy Redshaw came to what was then Quincy College as a freshman in 1966, she had no idea she would spend the next four decades in a college classroom. "The idea of me becoming a college professor was unthinkable when I entered QC," Peggy says. Read More

Dr. Rebecca Leonard

Investing in Women in Medicine
With financial assistance and perseverance, Dr. Rebecca Leonard pursued her dream of becoming a physician. Today, she is helping young women who share this dream. Read More

Dr. Maurine Magliocco

The Right Gift at the Right Time
In 2015 Dr. Maurine Magliocco took the advice of her financial advisor and made a tax-free gift from her IRA to the university. Read More

George and Mary Nell Meyer

A Gift of a Quincy Education
George and Mary Nell Meyer combined their annual support of Quincy University with an estate gift so that future QU students will benefit from scholarship opportunities for generations to come. Read More

Barbara and Jim Long

A Solid Foundation
It’s been 50 years since Barbara (Fischer ’68) Long first set foot on the Quincy College campus. As an incoming freshman, Fischer viewed Quincy College as nothing more than a temporary step in her college career—a transitory, one-year intermission between Quincy Notre Dame High School and another university to which she planned to transfer as a sophomore. Read More

Mike and Cinda McClain

Proud Supporters
Mike and Cinda ’71 (Awerkamp) McClain have established three endowed scholarship funds at Quincy University: The Lucinda Awerkamp McClain & Michael F. McClain Scholarship Fund, the Tom & Bette Awerkamp Scholarship Fund and the Mac & Marge McClain Scholarship Fund (the latter two named in honor of Cinda’s parents and Mike’s parents, respectively). Read More

Gift of Thanksgiving
When Joe Claes was a senior in high school, he did not know what he wanted to do with the rest of his life. With his parent’s encouragement, Joe toured the Quincy College campus, met some of the students, and the decision was made that Quincy was where he belonged. Read More