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Mary Keegan

“I am so grateful to the Unger Family for giving me such an amazing opportunity and an experience that I will remember forever.”

Mary Keegan, ’14
Business Administration/Spanish

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Estefania Mones

“I never dreamed I could have such a big impact on someone’s life, especially as a college student.”

Estefania Mones, ’13
Business Administration

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Nicole Del Bene

“I was very excited to receive the Michael Bugg’s Leadership Scholarship because it meant that my dedication and leadership qualities were recognized.”

Nicole Del Bene, ’13
Business Administration/Pre-Law

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Molly Wiley Portrait

“I am so proud of Flagler College! The 'Little College that Could' is the greatest!”

Molly Wiley
Longtime benefactor of Flagler College leaves $2.5 million bequest to the College

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Eric Strasser

“Flagler has been the best experience for me because I was able to network... I have worked for the Jacksonville Jaguars and the New Orleans Saints, which is something that makes me very proud.”

Eric Strasser, ’12
Sport Management


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Molly Wiley Portrait

Portrait of Molly Wiley

Mary L. F. Wiley, known affectionately as “Molly,” was a longtime benefactor of Flagler College. When she passed away in May of 2010, she left a $2.5 million bequest to the College.

She and her brother, Lawrence Lewis, Jr., helped to establish the College in 1968 as a tribute to their great-uncle Henry Flagler.

Throughout the years, Wiley and Lewis contributed consistently to the College through both financial assistance and service, including two prestigious scholarships and several major renovations, as well as contributions to Wiley Hall, The Molly Wiley Art Building, Flagler Gymnasium, and the Auditorium. Wiley also served on the Board of Trustees from 1995-1997.

“She was an exceedingly generous person who had a genuine interest in the institution,” said Flagler President William T. Abare, Jr.

In a note to Abare in 2004, Wiley wrote, “Dear Bill, I am so proud of Flagler College! The ‘Little College that Could’ is the greatest! Love, Molly.”