Family Donates to UACCM Clock Tower Project


a group holding a large check standing in front of veichles
(L to R): Foundation Board Member Doug Cahill, Hamp Maus, Anna Lee Maus, Stephen Maus, Rachel Maus, 
and UACCM Development Officer Anne Cadle. Photo courtesy of Anne Cadle.
The Maus family has donated $5,000 to the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton’s clock tower project, which was made in the memory of the late Jeff Maus. Members of the Maus family presented the check to UACCM at the Maus Implement Company, the family-owned business, in Morrilton.

The Maus family is honored to make a contribution to the clock tower project for UACCM in Jeff Maus’s memory,” John Maus, his brother, said. “Jeff helped many young people during his time on earth with his gifts, donations and generosity. We believe that making a gift to an educational institution in Jeff’s hometown was an appropriate way to continue his legacy of giving.”

The UACCM Commemorative Clock Tower is a student-inspired design and will serve as a recognizable structure to help enhance the school’s identity. The clock tower will boldly display UACCM’s rich history dating back to its time as the Petit Jean Vo-Tech School, as previous names of the institution are etched along its steps. An engraved brick plaza surrounding the structure will allow students, alumni, and area citizens to leave a permanent mark at UACCM.

The tower will be situated on the west side of UACCM’s campus between the University Center and the Workforce Training Center.

For more information about giving to the Commemorative Clock Tower in honor or memory of a student, alumni, or a loved one, contact UACCM Development Officer Anne Cadle at (501) 977-2085, or at cadle@uaccm.edu.

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