David and Jacqueline Hall
Mr. David M. Hall retired in 1993 from EDS Corporation at Saginaw Division of General Motors. He joined GM in 1983 after retiring from the U.S. Air Force as a brigadier general and has taught at SVSU as an Executive-in-Residence. He has also been a faculty member at Northwood University.
Mr. Hall is very active in the community, serving such organizations/projects as Saginaw Community Foundation, Saginaw County Minority Business Development Center, the NAACP, The Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity (Saginaw Alumni Chapter), St. Mary’s Advisory Board, SVSU Board of Fellows, Saginaw Remanufacturing Board, Saginaw County Chamber of Commerce, and the Minority Entrepreneurial Development Project. Mr. Hall received the Saginaw County Chamber of Commerce Spirit of Saginaw Award, the LaSalle Bank/Ruben Daniels Community Service Award from SVSU, and was honored by Saginaw’s Gamma Kappa Chapter of the Phi Delta Kappa national sorority for community leadership.
Jacqueline Hall is also an active community volunteer who has served on the Board of the Saginaw Art Museum. Mrs. Hall has been honored as a Woman of Distinction by the Girl Scouts of Mitten Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Hall established the scholarship fund in 2001 to provide additional opportunities for students who are pursuing majors in the College of Business and Management.