The Crozier loved ones from Midland has specified $810,000 to fund college student scholarships and faculty improvement at Lubbock Christian University, the college introduced Monday.
The estates of Bill and Mildred Crozier and Lewis Wayne Crozier offered the funding.
The Crozier Estates designated the charitable contribution to three main colleges and departments, in accordance to a news release from LCU.
Of the overall, $700,000 was used to established up a professorship in the LCU Faculty of Business accounting office. The Alfred and Patricia Smith School of Biblical Studies obtained $100,000 to endow pupil scholarships, and LCU School of Education and learning gained $10,000 to endow college student scholarships.
This new accounting professorship will permit the LCU College of Enterprise accounting method to supplement college salaries, give qualified development possibilities for faculty customers, and pupil scholarships.
Matt Bumstead, dean of the LCU University of Enterprise, explained, “This exceptionally generous gift, designed possible by the Crozier family members, will fortify LCU’s undergraduate and graduate accounting programs in a way that makes certain their long run toughness and significance. Any one searching for the best accounting education and learning out there will find it in the Lubbock Christian College College of Company.”
The estate also set up the Sharon Crozier Memorial Training Scholarship in the LCU College of Education and learning to honor their daughter Sharon, who served as a K-12 educator for 20 decades.
The charitable estate of Lewis Wayne Crozier gave $100,000 to build the Lewis Wayne Crozier Presidential Scholarship for Biblical Text at Lubbock Christian College. The reward acknowledges one particular of LCU’s leading tutorial systems and encourages the rigorous preparation of young individuals for ministry.
“The Crozier family’s sizeable investment decision into the college students and school at Lubbock Christian College is a testament to their perception in Christian larger education,’ stated LCU President, Dr. Scott McDowell. “The university proceeds to educate classes that are academically arduous and related in today’s industry and the gift will bring terrific momentum to all those faculties.”
Raymond Richardson, vice president of college development at LCU, mentioned, “Bill, Mildred, and Lewis ended up all trustworthy customers of Fairmont Park Church of Christ in Midland, TX. The Croziers beloved the Lord and demonstrated their faith in the existence they lived. We are grateful and humbled for their generosity and aid of LCU. They will be remembered in a pretty distinctive way at Lubbock Christian University properly into the foreseeable future.”
To honor the Crozier family and donate in their title, make sure you take a look at, LCU.edu/give.