Douglas Mannheimer
Douglas Mannheimer
Full Name:  Douglas Mannheimer

FSU Career
Moore-Stone Award


Elected into the FSU Hall of Fame in 2013
Doug Mannheimer has been a solid source of strength for the Seminole Boosters and the FSU Athletics Department for decades. After graduating Florida State and the FSU Law School, he became an active volunteer for the Boosters during a critical time of expansion for the athletic department. A lead fundraiser and chairman for major gifts, Mannheimer played an important part of the development and realization of the vision to expand Doak Campbell over 80,000. As Booster treasurer, Doug signed the $52 million bond documents to finance the first phase of what became known as the University Center, which is currently the largest stadium in the ACC and the largest continuous brick structure in the United States.

Mr. Mannheimer is also the Keeper of the Sod Cemetery. Under his watch, the Seminoles have won 44 new sod victory markers and the Sod Cemetery has become one of the most recognizable traditions in college football. For 15 years, he has managed the Moore Trust, which has been the leading contributor to Seminole Athletics. Last year, the Trust helped with a million dollar lead investment in Collegetown, as well as a million dollar lead contribution to the Al Dunlap Indoor Athletics Facility.

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