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CBC PROFILE: Honor and Memorial Gifts

The following are honor and memorial contributions received since the last report by Central Baptist College. Some of the contributions are recurring gifts but are only listed once.

In Memory Of

Jack Bloxom by Mr. & Mrs. Lynn Jenkins, Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Harper, Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Armstrong, Vivian Wisdom, Mr. & Mrs. Andy Bloxom, Clay Bloxom, Mr. & Mrs. Eric Hutchinson and Joyce N. Garrison; Lee W. Brown by Amy M. Billingsley; Karen L. Cizek by Mr. & Mrs. Lanny Whitaker and Mr. & Mrs. Craig Rosengrants; John L. Goswick by Dr. & Mrs. Joel Slayton and Shirley Wallace; Erma Harrell by Marieca G. Ashworth; Velma P. Hoggard by Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Walters; Joyce H. Misenheimer by Phillip L. Misenheimer; Donna “Micki” M. Mitchell and Dr. Ron Mitchell by Esther M. Kershner-Mitchell; Brenda K. Patrick by Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Walters; Charles B. Ritchie by Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Ritchie, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Nicholson, Sandra Cearley and Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Blackmore; John Smith by Antioch Baptist Church, Conway; and James L. Speer by Dr. & Mrs. Joel Slayton.

In Honor Of

CBC’s 70th Anniversary by Mr. & Mrs. Paul Cherry; and Terry Kimbrow by Reta Hoshaw.

Homecoming Nominations

With Homecoming 2023 just around the corner, it’s time to nominate some of our deserving alumni. To submit a nomination, please include the name of the individual, along with two or three sentences on why you think they deserve the award. Nominations are now being accepted for the following categories:

• Distinguished Alumni: The Distinguished Alumnus Award is presented to an individual who has served their community for more than 20 years. This individual demonstrates a legacy of service and continues to serve in a multitude of ways to demonstrate interest in CBC.  

• Outstanding Alumnus: The Outstanding Alumnus is awarded to an individual, or couple, who has been instrumental in the advancement of their chosen profession, primarily within the last few years. This individual or couple demonstrates their love of service within the community and continues to show interest in CBC.

• Mustang Community Impact Award: The Mustang Community Impact Award is given to an individual who goes above and beyond to serve their community. They are Mustangs through and through and carry CBC values into the community.

Nominations are due on Friday, Dec. 16, and may be sent to Mallory Guyton at To see a list of previous award winners, visit