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Mr. Charles Stewart Mott

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President

Phone: (519) ***-****  HQ Phone
Windsor Amateur Boxing Club
1899 Grove Avenue
Windsor, Ontario N9B 1P7
Canada

 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • degree , engineering
    Stevens Institute of Technology
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Charlie Stewart
After winning the National Lightweight Championship in 1972 and narrowly missing out on a shot at the Olympics, Stewart began his legendary tenure as coach of the Windsor Amateur Boxing Club. He became the full-time Head Coach in 1992 and since then has produced over 15 Provincial Champions and 8 National Champions. Charlie was chosen as Canadian Team Coach for the Sydney Olympics in 2000 and is back in the Olympics again as coach in 2004. Two of the five boxers for Canada in the Olympics are his!
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Charlie Stewart
Charlie has been a coach for over 30 years and for the last 12, has also been president of the Windsor Amateur Boxing Club. In 2004, he was awarded the Biz-X award for the most influential and admired coach of the year. He was also inducted into the Essex County Sport Hall of Fame after having a Windsor competitor on the National Team every year! Stewart was a coach on the Olympic Team in Athens and was one of three finalists for the Ontario Sport Awards for Male Coach of the Year.
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Charlie Stewart
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The family moved to Amherstburg when Charlie was five years of age.
At General Amherst High School he excelled in basketball, track & field, 100yd, 220yd, 440yd, triple jump, high jump, (set record at 5'6").Won two ECSSA & WOSSA Silver Medals in 440yd.He played on two ECSSA Basketball champions.Summers he played baseball and softball for Amherstburg in Essex County Leagues.
1944 - Joined Amherstburg Boxing Club at age fourteen.Won his first four bouts.Attended Canadian Army Training Camp, Ipperwash, Ontario - Won Canadian Cadet Title in 130lb class despite weighting 112lbs. Also, selected as the Camp's Most Outstanding Boxer.His father found out he was boxing, and would not let him continue. 1970 - Joined Windsor Amateur Boxing Club (WABC).Over next two years had 30 fights in Windsor, Detroit, Sarnia, Chatham.Won - 28, Lost - 2.Became Ontario Southwestern and Eastern Canadian Heavyweight Champion. 1972 - Defeated Jerry Day in Saskatoon for the Canadian Light-Heavyweight Title, qualifying him for the Olympic Team.However, due to finances, the Canadian Olympic Committee decided to take only five boxers to Munich whom they felt were most likely to win a medal, so Charlie was first alternate.The 1976 Olympics would be in Montreal, but Charlie, at age 35 would be over the age limit.
1973 - Charlie turned professional, lost his first fight, then won his next fifteen.1970-82 - Active as a boxer, he would also train, coach, and handle corner duties for WABC boxers.
1982 - Retired as a boxer, his professional record was 15-1.
He then went on to become an outstanding Boxing Coach with Windsor Amateur Boxing Club (WABC), and Team Canada.President of the WABC since 1993.
1992- Retired from General Motors, began spending 60 hours per week with the young WABC boxers.1993- Jerry McCarthy died and Charlie became President and Coach of WABC.
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1993 - Jerry McCarthy died and Charlie became President and Coach of WABC.
Carondelet Catholic School - Corporate Matching
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Mott Foundation, Charles Stewart MTS Systems Corporation Murphy Oil Corporation
This article, originally published in the ...
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This article, originally published in the September 1986 edition of the "Mott Exchange" and updated to include a few recent events, takes a brief look at one small part of the ongoing legacy left by our founder, Charles Stewart Mott, and his family.
What's in a name?
Plenty - particularly if intertwined with it is the rich history of a community - even more if the name is among the community's most famous and if the individual's contributions are as apparent today as yesterday.
Such is the case with Charles Stewart Mott, who established the Mott Foundation in 1926 out of great love and concern for the welfare of his adopted community Flint, Michigan.
It's a good thing Mr. Mott (who died in 1973) had a sense of humor since more than once he was asked about his applesauce business. Today there are still those who have the mistaken notion that the Mott Foundation sprouted from the apple orchard business. In fact, it was autos - not apples - from which Mr. Mott accumulated his wealth.
Thomas B. Jeffery Company Plant, Kenosha, WI 1916 -- Alfred P. Sloan, Jr.; Charles Stewart Mott; Charles W. Nash and HH Bassett. They were part of a larger GM group on a train trip to Nebraska for the National Power Farming Demonstration.
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Thomas B. Jeffery Company Plant, Kenosha, WI -- Alfred P. Sloan, Jr.; Charles Stewart Mott; Charles W. Nash and HH Bassett.
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Charles Stewart Mott came from a long line of farmers - or "sodbusters" as he liked to call them.
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Ruth Rawlings Mott, widow of Charles Stewart Mott, has established a legacy of her own in Flint.
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At least five other philanthropic organizations have been established over the years by Mr. Mott's children.
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