Frederick Family Fund in Health and Human Performance
Bill and Mary Ann Frederick
The purpose of supporting the D. K. Stanley Lecture Series in the College of Health and Human Performance.
This fund was established by the Frederick Family in 1998 for the purpose of supporting the D. K. Stanley Lecture Series in the College of Health and Human Performance. The Fredericks are proud of being a family of Gators. Bill and Mary Ann, each of their fathers, their three children and first granddaughter and their daughter-in-law are all graduates of the University of Florida. Bill was employed by Allied Stores Corporation for 29 years, retiring as president and chief executive officer for Jordan Marsh of Florida. After retirement from the retail industry, Bill came to work for his alma mater as a development officer with the University of Florida Foundation, retiring in 2001. Mary Ann holds two degrees from UF, a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in religion.
Other College of Health & Human Performance Giving Opportunities
Center for Behavioral Economic Health Research (CBEHR)
Andrew and Matthew Bell Health & Human Performance Endowment
Grand Guard Fund