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William T. Coleman, Jr. (1920 – 2017)

The Foundation remembers civil rights leader, Foundation Trustee, and former U.S. Secretary of Transportation William T. Coleman, Jr. who passed away at his home March 31, 2017 (Photo: Justice Thurgood Marshall and Coleman in 1975 prior to his swearing-in as Transportation Secretary)

Grant Hill to receive 2017 NCAA Ford Award

Grant Hill is the 2017 NCAA President’s Gerald R. Ford Award, which honors an individual who has provided significant leadership as an advocate for college sports, joining John Wooden, Coach Pat Summitt and Billie Jean King as a recipient of the award

U.S. Senate celebrates 40 Years of Women at the USAF Academy

Remembering President Ford’s 1975 signing into law that women were eligible for appointment to the United States Military Service Academies, the U.S. Senate recognized the 40 years of women cadets at the Air Force Academy

2016 Annual Tree Lighting and Holiday Open House

The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum and Foundation kicked-off the holiday season with the Annual Tree Lighting and Holiday Open House which featured festive music and the ‘Christmas on the Grand’ display of Christmas trees and holiday quilts in the Museum’s lobby

Foundation and Spectrum Health host Candid Conversations 2016

The Foundation partnered with Spectrum Health to host the fourth annual Candid Conversations, a Spectrum Health Cancer Center and Betty Ford Breast Care Services with special guests Susan Ford Bales and Tony Award winner and breast cancer survivor, Diahann Carroll

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