John K. Krupp, CPA has been a strong supporter of the Alumni Association for a number of years and is dedicated to helping Mott Community College. A firm advocate of education, he has been an instructor for the Sandusky City Schools, Vanguard Vocational School, Sentinel Vocational School and Bowling Green State University. He will soon retire as a CPA in Sandusky, Ohio and relocate back to Flint. Krupp has had membership and involvement with numerous civic, community and social organizations. He holds his Associate Degree in Marketing from Mott Community College and matured academically to his Masters in Business Administration from Ashland University.


John Fontana has a unique perspective of Mott Community College – as both an alumni and a current employee. John received his Associate Degree in Criminal Justice from MCC and has been employed in law enforcement for over 30 years. His passion for serving the Flint/Genesee County communities and the College has been demonstrated though his work as a Patrol/Paramedic Supervisor at Genesee County Sheriff Department, a Medical Examiner Investigator for the County, and an Investigator for the Prosecutor’s Office. Retiring from the Sheriff’s Department in 2011, John then continued his career by returning to his alma mater. As a Police Sergeant in MCC’s Public Safety Department, he serves as the Lead Investigator and is the supervisor/mentor of 24 student police officers. An advocate of lifelong learning, John recently graduated from the Michigan State University School of Staff and Command and is pursuing his Bachelor’s degree through Ferris State University. He is honored to serve on the Alumni Board and appreciates the opportunity to give back to the institution that has played such a significant role in his life.


Dean Knoodle became active with the Alumni Association in 2016. He graduated from MCC in 1987 with an Associate's degree in Accounting, then graduated from Baker College of Flint in 1990 with a Bachelor's degree in Accounting. He has worked for the Salvation Army and Flint Jewish Federation as a Business Manager and as Controller, respectively. He has been employed at Mott Children's Health Center for 14 years, currently serving as Financial Manager. He has been a longtime Big Brother volunteer in Flint and a member of the Downtown Flint Optimist Club for nearly 30 years, where he has served as President and Treasurer, currently serving as Secretary. He became the chartered Secretary of the Flushing Area Optimist Club established in 2015 and is active in a number of church and community activities.


Sharon Campbell, is the Communications Specialist--Advancement/Alumni Relations for the Office of College & Community Advancement/The Foundation for Mott Community College. Her essential responsibilities include creating communications and marketing programs to highlight, promote and support the areas of institutional advancement (alumni relations, fundraising, events, programs and services of the college), as well as special events and programs designed to advance the mission of the College and The Foundation for MCC. Sharon is also primarily responsible for strengthening long-term relationships with alumni, donors and prospective donors through various programs to carry on the college's rich tradition of excellence.

Alumni Association Board of Directors

Clara Blakely
David L. Bush
Marcy Garcia
Harold F. Hill
Cathleen Hipps
Dean Knoodle
Robert Rawls
Lori Nelson Savage
Thomasinia Terrell
Michael J. Thorp
Anoopa Todd
Gennois Wiggins
Dennis Williams-Mitchell

Emeritus Members

Kelly (Clella) Banks
Dan Cady
Betty Lou Campbell
Grace Glass
Sally Joseph, JD
Sixto Olivo
Honorable Thomas Yeotis

Lennetta B. Coney, Ex Officio
President, The Foundation for MCC