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VIDEO: Gloria Ender Receives Beckwith Distinguished Alumni Award

Gloria Ender, owner of Freedom Finishing in Benton Harbor, Michigan, will receive the award at the Lake Michigan College commencements on May 7.

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Gloria Ender

 

Gloria Ender, owner of Freedom Finishing in Benton Harbor, Michigan, will receive the Clarence Beckwith Distinguished Alumni Award at the Lake Michigan College commencements on May 7.

Named in honor of the first president of Lake Michigan College, the award is given to an alumnus who has accomplished significant personal and professional success.

Gloria and her husband, Erik, started powder coating in 1988 and moved to their current 60,000-square-foot location in 1992, where they added electrocoating in 2001.

 

 

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