Biography of Scot Coppock

Picture of Scot Coppock
Full Title: Director of Leadership Giving
Building: Dick Building
Room Number: 102-A
Email: sccoppoc [at] ucollege [dot] edu
Work Phone: 2200
Fax: 402.486.2569
Departments: Development - 402.486.2503
Job Description:

Scot works with Union College alumni and friends who desire to remember the college through deferred gifts such as wills and trusts or through nontraditional current gifts such as real estate or stock.

Learn more by visiting Union's Planned Giving Guide.

Academic Background

Western Michigan University

Professional Background:

 Prior to joining the Union family Scot worked in the John Hancock Financial Network as a Financial Representative where he enjoyed helping his clients build and manage their wealth and protect the ones they loved.  He helped his clients plan for retirement, save money for their kid’s college education, protect themselves and their families in case of death or disability, and he helped  put insurance policies in place that would pay for his client's long term care needs.   

Speaker's Bureau:

 Scot would welcome the opportunity to give seminars on various charitable estate planning strategies such as; charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, or gifting a life estate.

Children:

 Scot and Manuela have three wonderful kids, Angela, Mckayla and Christian who all enjoy life and eagerly want to explore God's creation. 

Spouse:

 Scot met and fell in love with his wife Manuela while stationed with the U.S. Army in Darmstadt, Germany.  Prior to coming to Lincoln, Manuela was the Director of Great Kids Academy an early childhood education center for the community of South Bend, Indiana.  Manuela saw the need for a preschool/day care that was Christ centered and dedicated to educating children between the ages of 1 - 5+ years old, and so she developed a business plan and then took it to the First Seventh-day Adventist Church of South Bend.  After getting the church's support she started the school and implemented the Reggio Emilia style of curriculum, a style that she learned while a kindergarten teacher in Germany, and she had great success in preparing kids for a lifetime of learning.  When Manuela is not teaching or taking care of her three own kids she enjoys classical music, visiting art galleries and catching up with friends.

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