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CCCCD Foundation, Inc. Welcomes New Board Members

CCCCD Foundation, Inc. Welcomes New Board Members

April 23, 2004 - Collin County Community College District Foundation, Inc. has added five Board members to its roster. "We have a great group of new members coming on board. I look forward to a very successful year of fundraising for the foundation and I extend my congratulations to all of the new members," said board chair Larry Eagan, Director of South Central Region for Exide Technologies in Frisco.

Chad B. Engbrock resides in Plano and works with C & S Media, Inc. He serves as publisher for its three weekly newspapers including The Farmersville Times, The Princeton Herald and The Wylie News. Engbrock is an active Rotarian and member of the Chamber of Commerce and Wylie Downtown Merchants Association.

Browning Duffey Miller is a resident of Plano and SMU alumni. She is in real estate investments as well as volunteering for Children's Medical Center of Plano, Presbyterian Hospital of Plano and the American Business Women Association.

Sandy Simpson joins the board from Frisco. She is an active community volunteer serving on the executive board of the Frisco Family Services, Frisco Heritage Association and the Frisco Garden Club.

Andy Stewart is a sixth generation Texan who resides in Allen. She founded Compliments, LLC, a business that provides social protocol services for personal and professional success and is a certified event planner. Stewart is a board member for the Allen Chamber of Commerce, member of the International Society of Meeting Planners and a volunteer and supporter for the Children's Craniofacial Association and Susan G. Komen Foundation Race for the Cure.

Jim Williams resides in Frisco and is the president of LandPlan Development Corporation. He sits on the Texas Health Facilities Development Corp. and has been active in community and civic boards including DART and the Cotton Bowl Athletic Association.

"These talented individuals are a welcome and exciting addition to the Foundation Board," said CCCCD president Cary A. Israel. "Their experience and leadership skills will be a great asset, particularly in raising scholarship funds for our outstanding students."

For more information about the CCCCD Foundation, please call 972-881-5611.