b'TIME, TALENT AND TITHING: THE POWER OF GIVING Sue Doody:Community Volunteerand Education AdvocateIn Memorium 1934-2018An iconic member of the central Ohio community and an integral part of the Franklin University community, Sue Doody was a longtime friend and supporter of our Universitys mission. Franklin is honored to have been the recipient of Sues philanthropic spirit. Born in 1934 in Dayton, Sue Doody graduated with an education degree from Ohio Wesleyan University and taught elementary school for three years with Columbus City Schools. She operated a small catering business, and conducted cooking classes in her home before opening Lindeys Restaurant in 1981, in the historic neighborhood of German Village. Without any professional training, Sue built Lindeys into a Columbus, Ohio, landmark in the dining scene over the next 35 years.While building a successful restaurant, she also dedicated herself to the community. Sue volunteered at the Central Ohio Workforce Board Investment Corp., the United Way of Central Ohio and the Columbus Foundation. She was named the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, YWCA Woman of Achievement and the Columbus Chambers Small Business Person of the Year.Sue joined the Franklin University Board of Trustees in 1996. During her tenure, she served as board secretary and was a member of the Academic/Student Affairs Committee, and the Audit, Controls and Compliance Committee, as well as countless other strategic initiatives.Passionate about supporting student success, Sue was a founding member and an annual donor of the Franklin University 1902 Leadership Circle Scholarship Fund. A merit-based scholarship, the fund provides assistance to students who have made a positive impact on the economic and/or social good of their community. Students demonstrate how they represent the essence of Benjamin Franklin and how they embody the entrepreneurial spirit.A philanthropist who understood the unique challenges facing working adult students, Sue once shared Accessibility is very important in our funding model, particularly with young families who juggle finishing their degrees while juggling children and careers.In 2010, she established a family foundation and designated Franklin as a beneficiary of one of the funds to help students achieve their goals.Clocktower | Time, Talent and Tithing: The Power of Giving 9'