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The Delta Mu Delta Vision Volume XL Fall 2005 “ T H R O U G H K N O W L E D G E , P O W E R ” For Business Students, Educators and Professionals The Member Connection Spotlight on Success - John J. Mulherin John J. Mulherin educational standard of excellence several of his favorite professors was inducted into that represents respect and real would be present. the Eta Chapter appreciation of achievement. “The while attending Society expresses the value and Besides the fact that the chapter DePaul University importance of intellectual integrity received an outstanding presentation in 1985. He went and achievement, stressing the value from its guest speaker, John did, on to pursue a of education, the importance of indeed, meet with the two professors career in financial knowledge in one’s life, and is both that he regarded as mentors during his services, including empowering and enriching.” MBA program. In the succeeding John J. Mulherin, CEO executive years he invited two of the DePaul The Ziegler Company, Inc. responsibilities at Throughout his professional life, John faculty whom he regards as the finest Fidelity has utilized the resources presented to in the business academic world to Investments, First Chicago and him. John has seized the assist his company. One is serving on Continental Illinois Bank. John opportunities to participate in DMD B. C. Ziegler's Board of Directors as currently serves as the chief executive activities knowing that keeping the Chairman of their Audit Committee. officer for The Ziegler Company, Inc. connection with former professors The other is a strategy advisor to the and fellow students is key in creating Ziegler Senior Leadership team. Throughout his career, John has membership synergies - connections always applied the “pay back” that result in relationships that have John is a firm believer of pay-back to philosophy. Having received his helped him in other parts of his career the community and DMD provided undergraduate degree from Loras and his life. that magical opportunity to reconnect College, John currently sits on their with faculty and resources from his Board of Regents and chairs their The Connections college days. A win-win if ever there Planning and Strategy Committee. Back when B. C. Ziegler and was one! He is also a member of DePaul’s Company first announced its Graduate Business School Advisory appointment of John J. Mulherin to Do you have a Member Connection? Let us Board. “Don’t forget where you came be its Chief Executive Officer, a know by e-mailing us at DMD@DMD-NTL.ORG! from,” John stated, “Your school can sharp-eyed member of Eta Chapter, represent a tremendous resource of DePaul University, thought the name talent.” sounded familiar. He asked Central Office if that person was a DMD Inside this issue: He recently served as a case commentator for Harvard Business member and the answer came back, "Yes, he was inducted into Eta President’s Message pg 2 Review, and has lectured on the subject of “Service Quality” at the Chapter in 1985 as an MBA student.” Revamped Website pg 3 graduate school level. John is a board member of the Erickson School of After a little research, the facts tied Catching up with Aging Studies at the University of together and a long- time chapter DMD Members pg 4 Maryland. He is also a member of member wrote a letter to John, the Foundation for Investor inviting him to be the guest speaker Loss of an Old Friend pg 5 Education, a securities industry at the 50th Induction Banquet for the committee. Eta Chapter. John responded with Jablonsky Award Winner pg 6 John feels that Delta Mu Delta enthusiasm, expressing particular represents a motivational and delight when he found out that Membership Benefits pg 7 Message from the President DMD Regional Representatives REGION 1 - NORTHEASTERN Why join Delta Mu Delta? Why Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Delta Mu Delta maintain contact with Delta Mu Delta? New Hampshire, New Jersey, New International The answers to both questions are the York, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Vermont and Virgin Islands Honor Society same: Recognition and Benefits. firstname.lastname@example.org The purpose of Delta Mu Delta is to Kenneth Armstrong, Acting Representative National Executive Council Janis Petronis recognize academic excellence in Anderson University President DMD National President business, both while you are in college, REGION 2 - EASTERN Dr. Janis Petronis Tarleton State University and beyond. While in the academic Tarleton State University Delaware, District of Columbia, setting, DMD membership signifies to you, your Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Vice President faculty, family, and peers that you have achieved the and West Virginia Prof. B. Timothy Allport Mercy College status of being in the top 20 percent or higher of your email@example.com class. In some institutions, this measure of success Dr. Larry A. Lynch Vice President / Development Dr. Kenneth Armstrong becomes part of the students' academic records and Roanoke College Anderson University opens the door for recognition by future employers or REGION 3 - SOUTHEASTERN Treasurer graduate programs. Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Dr. Michael V. LaRocco DMD takes great pride in recognizing and thanking Kentucky, Mississippi, North University of St. Francis those who support the Forever Dollars Program (see Carolina, South Carolina, and Secretary Tennessee page 7) to assist in increasing the DMD Scholarship Mr. R.L. Sosnowski firstname.lastname@example.org DePaul University Program. With this issue of the Vision, we are beginning a new recognition tradition by spotlighting Cindi Bearden Immediate Past President LaGrange College Dr. William H. Brunsen those Delta Mu Delta alumni who have made a Eastern New Mexico University significant contribution to excellence in their careers. REGION 4 - NORTH For some, such as John Mulherin, that contribution has CENTRAL Regional Representatives Dr. Kenneth Armstrong -R1, NE been the creation of innovative ideas and significant Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Anderson University (Acting) financial support, while the contributions of others, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin Dr. Larry A. Lynch-R2, E such as Gale Richardson, have been more local and email@example.com Roanoke College Prof. Cindi Bearden-R3, SE directed toward excellence in growing family Dr. Ashton I. Veramallay LaGrange College companies, or even in furthering their academic careers Indiana University East Dr. Ashton I. Veramallay-R4, NC as with Kevin Pemberton. Whatever the situation, we Indiana University East Dr. John Lewington-R5, MW want you to know what other DMD alumni are doing REGION 5 - MIDWESTERN Maryville University and bring recognition for their continued search for, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Prof. Kathleen E. Bauer-R6, SW and achievement of, business excellence. North Dakota, South Dakota Midwestern State University Dr. Sandie Kiehl-R7 & 8, NW & Intl. The other reason for DMD membership is benefits, firstname.lastname@example.org Linfield College lifetime benefits. As a student you may have been one John Lewington Advisory Board of the 39 who annually receive a DMD scholarship, Maryville University Mr. Anthony Jablonsky Prof. Robert L. McCall which in 2006 will be a minimum of $1,000. By Dr. Randall M. McLeod joining DMD you earned the right to wear the key and REGION 6 - SOUTHWESTERN Dr. Terry L. Mendenhall proudly don DMD honor cords or stole at your Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, graduation. However, most DMD benefits available to Oklahoma, Texas you as a student are there after you graduate as well. email@example.com Central Office Staff These include displaying the DMD logo on a number Rich Sosnowski of items from the E-Store, taking part in the DMD Prof. Kathleen Bauer Executive Director Midwestern State University Jeana Rendek Triennial Conference, showing your allegiance by using Renae McFadden the DMD charge card, receiving the Vision national REGION 7 - WESTERN Mickey Wendorf newsletter semi-annually, accessing insurance and Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Caroline L. Portlock investment programs through AFI, and not the least, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Newsletter Editor networking with the best and brightest business people Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming in the world. firstname.lastname@example.org Your Delta Mu Delta Board of Directors is constantly Sandie Kiehl Central Office working to enhance the importance of your Linfield College 2 Salt Creek Lane, Ste 6 membership in the Society by finding new and better Hinsdale, IL 60521 methods of recognizing your achievements and creating additional lifetime benefits for our E-mail: DMD@dmd-ntl.org members. If you have ideas for recognition or benefits you feel would be appropriate for Phone: 866/789-7067 DMD, please let us know! Fax: 630/214-6080 www.dmd-ntl.org P.S. As we were preparing this issue of the DMD Vision, we learned of the death of a dear friend of Delta Mu Delta, Dr. Walter Rohrs. Walter personified the purposes and goals of DMD, and no one loved this organization more than he. His absence leaves a tremendous void, but his legacy of service to students and DMD, as well as his determination to see the society more involved with the business community. Walter has set the bar high for those left behind. (For more on Dr. Rohrs, turn to page 5) Delta Mu Delta Resources 3 www.dmd-ntl.org -- Your One-Stop DMD Networking To better serve our For many, completing their Connecting the People membership and business degree, or any degree for advisers, Delta Mu that matter, is the first of many Delta is pleased to steps on life’s path. While some unveil our newly are already a part of the redesigned website. workforce, others have decided to Some of the new continue the journey that began as features include: an undergraduate. This academic experience can provide a wealth Which Society? of knowledge as well as a great For prospective members, it is important to know how DMD resource of business contacts. fits with other societies. Historical information as well as an Having classmates from diverse explanation of the services DMD provides gives potential backgrounds makes for interesting members the perspective they may need to determine whether class discussions as well as or not to join. insights into real life Member Resources experiences.The students that make up study groups become contacts for future personal and professional endeavors. As Scholarship applications and FAQ sections detail how current members in Delta Mu Delta Chapters, all of us become students can take advantage of member benefits. DMD valuable resources for one another. member benefits do not stop after graduation - membership benefits continue to expand and the website is the best place In this issue of Vision, we introduce you to fellow DMD to find out how you can take advantage of your membership. members who have utilized their resources and how a common interest, such as DMD, creates a synergy that we Looking for a gift for a special classmate or want to order a describe as ‘the member connection.’ We highlight members replacement certificate? The E-Store is a great place to find who believe their educational journey and membership in DMD logo’d items and has something for everyone. DMD have helped them reach their goals. Chapter Officers & Faculty Advisers No matter where you are on your life’s path, there are New in your official role? Don’t worry, the website has a resources available to you - through your professional variety of forms and publications for your use. Here you will contacts, your personal relationships, your memberships and find ideas on how to recruit new members to your Chapter as associations. Cultivate these resources and take advantage of well as examples of best demonstrated practices on events what they can offer - they may just lead you down another and activities. exciting new path. One of Many Each Chapter represents one of many across the country and the website can connect you with Chapters from everywhere. Click on the DMD CHAPTERS button on the DMD DMD’s Very Own Job Bank homepage to see a map of the United States. Click on the Delta Mu Delta is pleased to announce plans for an online appropriate state and see all of the Chapters active in that Job Bank as part of the expanded services. Much like many state. Soon the website will also give regional information - of the online job placement and recruiting websites, the Job letting visitors know what other Chapters are active in Bank will offer benefits for both employers and applicants. surrounding states. DMD’s service will take the benefits further by offering the Stay Connected - Stay Informed following: Information on national activities such as Triennial are posted * In addition to viewing a variety of positions available, on the website - everything from registration information to members will have the ability to post their resumes event photos. online anonymously. Making a donation to the Forever Dollars Scholarship * Employers are encouraged to use the services free of Program is easy with our on-line Donation Page. You can charge until a chosen posting has responded to their also find out more about the Scholarship Program and view inquiry. the current Scholarship recipients. For more information on * Employers will benefit by having a pool of top business Forever Dollars, turn to page 7. applicants, which means each resume posted represents Coming Soon a potential interview and qualified hire. Additional upgrades to the website include a Job Bank * DMD applicants are geographically and culturally (DMD’s very own workforce resource pool) and additional diverse, offering businesses a choice of a great fit. benefits listings. Have an idea about something that should Look for more details on this program in the next Vision and be on the website? Contact us at DMD@DMD-NTL.ORG - we for the Job Bank on the DMD website soon. would love to hear from you! 4 Member Profiles Catching up with Delta Mu Delta Members The Vision sometimes focuses more on members that are still actively pursuing their education - but becomes disconnected from those members out in the world putting their education to use. So it was decided to contact some of our members and find out what they have been doing and how their membership in DMD has assisted them in reaching their goals. Mildred D. Owens graduated from Cindy S. Reed, District Public the College of Notre Dame of Education Information Management Maryland in 1997 with a B.A. in System Coordinator for Maypearl Business Finance. She is a Program ISD, achieved her B.A. in Analyst for the Social Security Management and her MBA from Administration and believes that her Tarleton State University. She education is the reason she has believes that her education has given succeeded in her professional career. her a strong foundation for business Mildred also believes that being a ethics and principles - it has helped member of Delta Mu Delta has her in dealing with people from enhanced her resume and has earned her respect - “my diversified backgrounds and appreciation of the resources resume looks like something from a Who’s Who and networking opportunities that Delta Mu Delta has magazine.” provided. As Director of Current Operations for Currently enrolled in the MBA the Navy Reserve, Lt. Commander program at Hawaii Pacific Douglas P. Howell oversees the University, Kevin Larwrence transition of 3,000 reservists per week Pemberton states that his from drilling status to active duty education has contributed to his service. He prepares weekly success by making him realize the presentations for Navy leadership in value of constant learning. Kevin Washington D.C. on the operations received his B.S. from Keene State support provided to the Navy by its College in 2003 and plans to Reserve. As one of the Navy’s action achieve his MBA by December officers, he is preparing the new 2007. He believes that his membership in DMD helps him Human Capital Strategy which will redefine the manpower stand out to employers, “it was that factor in the of the service, including how Sailors and Civilians are application and interview process that helped me get my recruited, trained mentored, promoted and compensated. first full time job out of college.” Doug is currently enrolled in the MBA program at Southern New Hampshire and says his membership in Delta Mu Delta keeps him current on business education and global economics. Gale Richardson received her “My education has enabled me to Bachelor’s Degree in Business become a successful learner and strive Administration and Management with to achieve the goals I have set forth for a minor in Economics from Indiana myself,” states Shane Lindsay. Shane University East. She is a Loan graduated from Ashland University in Specialist for the U.S. Department of 1995 with a B.A. in Business Agriculture, Rural Housing Service, Administration and Spanish. “I have National Office in Washington D.C. had successful career ventures in retail Gale stated that her DMD membership was one of the few management and have discovered my affiliations that could be recognized on her federal resume love for pharmacy.” Shane is and believes that being a member of DMD has given her continuing to achieve his PharmD from University of an extra edge over non-honor students. Cincinnati College of Pharmacy. Loss of an Old Friend... 5 The Walter Rohrs/Delta Mu Delta served for the next six years. During Greenland, Iceland, Scandinavia, connection began many years ago - this tenure he received his Doctorate in Thailand, Alaska, Japan, the Panama Business Administration from New York Canal and most of Europe. They In 1938 Walter Rohrs University. enjoyed swapping stories with Tony and was inducted into DMD Pat Jablonsky about several of the as a business student at Walter served as the Adviser and Co- favorite places they shared, particularly Bucknell University. Adviser at Wagner over the next 35 the Swiss town of Zermatt. He gained his years and touched the lives of many experience by running thousands of students and DMD Walter served DMD as Chair or Co- the family wholesale members as he taught successful trade Chair of the National Advisory Board business which was secrets as an accomplished business for 28 years and attended nearly all of sold shortly after his man. Having lived in every New York the Board meetings until his health father's death. After City borough, attending Bucknell, the interfered a few years ago. Even then he serving in the U.S. University of Pennsylvania and New kept in touch with phone calls to many Army, 1943-45, Walter embarked on a York University, Walter cultivated Board members to stay aware of DMD second career as a college professor and hundreds of contacts in the business issues and to offer his counsel. in 1965 was hired by Wagner College community. He served the student with no teaching experience, but with population as a mentor and conduit for The significance of Walter Rohr's plenty of practical business experience. their careers through the plethora of contribution to our Society can never be internship he established. fully appreciated. He was thought to be Tony Jablonsky, then DMD National our oldest living member and certainly President, and Mildred (Ruth) Marion, Of international renown, Dr. Rohrs held among a very select group who served then Executive Secretary, flew to New many professional memberships and our Society for many decades. Our York City, and then took the famous authored or co-authored a half-dozen connection was broken by his passing on Staten Island Ferry to Wagner College marketing and business-related books. September 28, 2005. He will be missed, on Staten Island in 1970 to install the He enjoyed writing about every day but not forgotten. Alpha Beta Chapter at Wagner College. observations and had recently For a well-written obituary from the Staten Island During the prior two years’ accreditation contributed to the DMD Vision. Advance newspaper, please see process, they met Professor Walter Rohrs and were so impressed by his He enjoyed traveling with Helen, his WWW.DMD-NTL.ORG/WALTER_ROHRS.PDF drive and character that in 1971 he wife of nearly sixty years, until her death became National Vice President and five years ago. Together they toured Chapter Activities Western International University’s Zeta Iota Chapter Spring Hill Installation A.J. Jablonsky Award Receipent! The A.J. Jablonsky Award is presented each year to the chapter that not only exceeds national standards, but has developed outstanding programs to provide additional service to members and has developed creative ways to further chapter growth, development, and visibility. As a result of their efforts, the Zeta Iota Chapter was Pictured from left to right are Dr. Nancy K. awarded the A.J. Jablonsky Award as Gautier, DMD Faculty Adviser; Mrs. Lisa Norris, Outstanding Chapter of the Year. Secretary; Ms. Caitlin Smith, President; Mr. DMD National President Janis Petronis Spencer Larche, Vice President; and Ms. The Zeta Iota Chapter of DMD at awards the A.J. Jablonsky Award to Faculty Raechelle Munna, Treasurer. Western International University runs Advisor Carol Farabee and Professor Michael like a well-oiled machine. Through J. Seiden of Western International University. The 2004-2005 officers of the Kappa Chapter member communications such Gamma Chapter at Spring Hill College in as e-mails and their website, members Installed in October 1992, the Chapter Mobile, Alabama led the Induction are able to access information on is also a member of the Phoenix Ceremony on April 19, 2005. benefits, requirements and resources. Chamber of Commerce giving As part of the ceremony, fourteen new They also receive updates on Chapter members the opportunity to take chapter members were inducted. In activities and learn about upcoming advantage of the Chamber benefits addition, Dr. Rita Durant and Dr. James events. such as workshops and networking Larriviere were inducted as Honorary events. Members. Congratulations to the Zeta Iota Chapter and keep up the great work! 6 More Chapter News DMD Continues to Grow Update on ASU's Alpha Iota Chapter with New Chapters submitted by: Dr. Brenda Harper, Faculty Adviser Athens State University's Alpha Iota Tennessee Valley Fiddlers Convention, DeSales University’s Chapter continues the tradition of being one of the most recognized, exciting, where we will be hosting a coke booth Installation Kappa XI active societies on campus. We are serving pinto beans and cornbread. We also support the annual ASU Halloween Chapter anticipating a huge turnout for our first annual Athens State University Carnival where we play the game American Idol contest! Each contestant Trivial Pursuit. Then we will celebrate is donating money to go to the our Thanksgiving holiday with our 11th Hurricane Katrina victims. We will also Annual Alabama vs. Auburn Canned be awarding a grand prize of $100 and Food Drive! Not to mention our end of a trophy, along with several alternative the year Salvation Army Christmas Tree prizes. Can't wait to report the results Angel project. back to everyone! We are diligently bringing forth We are busy submitting and receiving awareness of “Through Knowledge, (L to R) Faculty Advisers Bill Dwyer & Amy Scott along DMD applications for fall. We hope to Power” the power to manage for social with DMD National Regional Representative Melanie match last year's 100% acceptance rate. and economic good. We hope through Hatch, Department Chair Joe Lewis and Faculty Additionally, we are excited about our our duties and responsibilities that we Adviser Dorothy Botzum after the ceremony. other upcoming events! In October we are benefiting each and every person we serve. On April 24, 2005, DeSales University will be participating in the 39th Annual held their first Installation Ceremony of their DMD Kappa XI Chapter. “We are very pleased to be able to establish a Mississippi University for Women Installation Ceremony Chapter of Delta Mu Delta here at The Kappa DeSales,” stated Co-Faculty Adviser Lambda Chapter Dorothy Botzum. “Personally, I am of DMD at especially pleased to offer this to our Mississippi adult learners and graduate students who University for are so often left out of student Women held organizations.” their installation on May 6, 2005. Professor Cindi Chadron State’s Bearden, DMD Kappa Kappa Chapter National Regional On the right, DMD Regional Representative Cindi Thirty-five students were inducted to Representative Bearden presents the installation charter to Chapter Co-Adviser, Dr. Janie Gregg. Chadron State’s Kappa Kappa Chapter was on hand to during a ceremony at Chadron State’s A very happy charter present the member, Tennille installation As part of the ceremony, Dr. Mitzi Sandoz Center on November 16, 2004. Barksdale, holding her certificate. Charter. Green and Dr. O. Wendell Smith were The Chapter’s Faculty Advisers are Dr. inducted as Honorary Members. Barbara Limbach and Dr. Wendy Waugh. Kappa Nu Chapter Receives Charter On December 10, 2004, Peirce College’s Kappa Nu Chapter officially received its charter in a ceremony and approximately 50 students were inducted as the first group of members. Ten students were inducted in online services, and as a result, Peirce is being recognized as a pioneer in online (Front row, from left) Aleyse Schultz, Megan Green, activities for Delta Mu Delta as the first Ashley Pullen, Katie Reynolds, Sara Hatzenbuhler, Chapter to host a virtual induction Lariann Smith. Middle row: Carl Fanning, Lacey Umble, (from left) Professor Rita Tolliver, Faculty Adviser; Chris Ross, Sara Hoover, Jody Cerney, Elizabeth Matthews, Dr. Melanie Hatch, DMD Regional ceremony. Cari Cerney, JoAnna Tatman, Kelly Kuzel, Janette Davidson, Representative; Professor Marie Gould, Maria Weiser, Mike Kochis, Lyndsay Wall, Jacob Weldon, Faculty Adviser and Pat Rucker, The chapter met several times over the Shannon, Balzly, Cassie Sinner. (Back Row) Kyle Bottorff, Chief Academic Officer. year, elected officers and developed Aaron Beyer, Tebarek Teketel, Wade Meier, Jason Seaman, bylaws. and Brandon Dorenbach. Membership Benefits 7 So, you ask - "Why is Matching Grant Program Forever Dollars $$$ Answer Financial considered Readers of this Vision newsletter are a member benefit?" If you are considering a donation, well acquainted with the phrase please check with your company - "Forever Dollars" since we've been The key to real comparison using it in every issue for the past shopping is in the details. There are through Matching Grants your donation will assist more students! twelve years. Each issue devotes part a number of insurance companies of a column to invite our alumni to out there vying for your business Recent Matching Grants were send donations to the Forever Dollars that you can readily find on the web. received from: Scholarship Program. Some even boast about how they will shop and compare other First Tennessee/First Horizon But, what exactly does that phrase companies for you. But if you ING Foundation really mean? really want to get serious about finding the best deal, here's where Microsoft Corporation Many other non-profits solicit your your access to Answer Financial can monies but few, if any, pledge to Pfizer Foundation preserve them in perpetuity. make a big difference. Saint-Gobain Corporation Typically, you send them a check for Here are the details: $10 or $50 toward their cause - and Verizon Communications, Inc. they say "Thank you" - and then * More choices than any other spend it! This leaves them shopping service. More immediately needing another opportunities to find your best donation from you to replace it for deal. And a better chance of Scholarship Honoring next time around. finding the right plan for you. Gemma Michelini Welsch However, when you make a similar * Another choice - online or by donation to our Forever Dollars phone. If you prefer using the A DePaul University associate Scholarship Fund, it stipulates right web for exploring and professor in the School of on the Donor Card that your money shopping, go online anytime for Accountancy, Gemma Michelini will be added to the principal of the fast and easy quotes. If you Welsch was a vibrant, energetic Fund and only the earnings will be would rather speak to a woman. She was the first woman used to support outstanding students licensed professional, call and to earn a Ph.D. in Accounting and for generations to come. talk to an agent who isn't tied to Information Systems at any particular insurance Northwestern University in 1980. Where else can a modest donation be company but will be focused on Always drawn to cutting-edge used to create a "trust fund" with finding the best deal for you business practices, Dr. Welsch your monies carefully nurtured by and your particular needs. focused her teaching on electronic our Finance Committee and only the commerce, management earnings used to provide as many as * National access. That means thirty-eight scholarships each year? you'll be able to search for your accounting for decision making, best deal just about anywhere decision support, expert systems A legacy! For only a few dollars. in the U.S. And you'll only see and MIS. She cared about her Where else? plans from companies in your work and her students. Dr. Welsch area. passed earlier this year after a courageous battle with cancer. * Tools, information and helpful hints to make you a smarter To honor her memory, Anthony Special Thanks shopper - including information Jablonsky established the Gemma Welsch, ETA Chapter, DePaul There are many ways to on how to lower your auto support the Forever insurance premiums. University Scholarship. The application with instructions for Scholarship Fund. We Remember - when you call, your the $1,000 Scholarship is available would like to thank the group ID is DMD and the service is at the Delta Mu Delta website: following people who have donated to free - no matter how many times www.dmd-ntl.org/scholarships. the Fund for that special reason: you use it. And, you don't have to Patricia M. Damon buy to benefit! Thanks to Tony for honoring Gemma by awarding students a - In Memory of husband, Jim Damon scholarship in her name. ACBSP Region 4 - Proceeds from their silent auction 8 Forever Dollars Scholarship Fund Contributors Delta Mu Delta would like to thank the following persons for their financial support to the Society. $100 and over Dallas Baptist University Marymount University Quinnipac College Adelphi University Elnora Green Helen Clark Jorge R. Adrian Michael N. Katayanagi Delta State University Evelyn Gardner Sacred Heart University California State - Dominguez Hills Margarita S. Carter-Niewald Michael J. Parkinson Mary D. Campbell Martina Gomez Godoy DePaul University Joan Smith Patricia A. Clark Chaminade University James J. Johnston University of Massachusetts Michael G. Kuruc Arthur Russell McNamara Angela Kong Sheelagh M. Beaulieu William M. Lawler Dallas Baptist University Dirk Edward Kuenzler Nancy J. Goulart Claudia Molinari Weiler Clifton E. Marks Martha A. Lenz Mercy College Desiree D. Williams DePaul University University of the District of Columbia Linda C. Baumann College of St. Catherine Vivian Curran Garicka Tyree Victoria Garbarino Shari L. Nepper Carol Ann Eyre Dowling College Kevin Noonan St. Edward’s University Eastern New Mexico University Mary Wayne Sharone P. Serrano Rachel B. Berman Dr. William H. Brunsen Eastern Connecticut State University Methodist College The College of Saint Rose Eastern University Joseph Antonelli Professor Robert H. Cooper Joseph Marshall Robin A. Loercher Eastern New Mexico University Pamela Strickland Saint Xavier University Indiana University East Roger Johns Midwestern State University Maximo Francisco Mata Gale Richardson Victoria Meyer-Christian Dennis Wayne Manning University of Scranton Long Island University Ginger A. Yingling Jill Pitcher, CPA Shepard Bennett Linda A. Ferraro Eastern University Millersville University Madonna University Southern Connecticut University Vincent Joseph Catanzaro Zachary Daniel Heskett James S. Bonadeo Gregory Ceballos Dina M. Gribbin Mississippi College Manhattan College Southern New Hampshire University Carol M. Hutchins Lori Steele Anne Cehelsky Ruth Ann Mininger Monmouth University David Lee Blessing Marymount University Loretta H. Supplee Martin F. Byrne Steven M. Buyck Dr. Louise Marshall Robert P. Vanderkamp Morehead State University Robin M. D’Eri New Jersey City University Elizabethtown College Thomas Philip Hurd Jennifer L. Desrosiers Thomas Boyle Keith Zebrowski Mount St. Mary College Lettie Marie Genovitch College of Notre Dame of Maryland Farleigh Dickinson University Liliana Green Steve P. Harris Mildred D. Owens Marguerite Susan Bremner Rose Rita Hughes Michelle S. Huffman Salem State College Barbara J. Hernandez Marilyn Karlich Cliff Mommsen Patricia A. McAuliffe MaryAnn Kerins The Mount St. Mary’s University Marie C. Ouellette The Richard Stockton College Fayetteville State University M. Dunbar Ashbury, Jr. Bradford Parkhurst of New Jersey Cynthia E. Davis Harry C. Benjamin, Jr. Cynthia A. Pilla Marilyn Vito, CPA Natasha Nicole Williams College of Mount Saint Vincent Antonio R. Seales Tarleton State University Fisk University Dr. Lucie Pfaff Shelly Anne Sousa Cindy S. Reed Deborah E. Story Nebraska Wesleyan University Southern Polytechnic University Wagner College Fontbonne College Dr. Laverne Rudell Dale Griffith Edward Doxey John P.S. Barrett New Jersey City University Charles C. Jensen Wingate College Joyce Kettenhofen Antoinette Maria Marmora Jo Ann McCann Dr. Robert Emlyn Bodycombe Shelia Davidson Knowles New York Institute of Technology The Richard Stockton College Barbara M. Schaumburg Shahar Cohen of New Jersey Other generous donors Sister Carmen Schnyder, CPF Joyce C. A. Ehrhardt Elan A. Carr Adelphi University Gannon University Raymond Stefanowicz Robert Alan Dunston, Jr. Stewart Colman Rego Patrick John Agnello Nichols College Marjorie Nicole Gabrielle Ernest P. Scarola Gene Friedman Michael Allard Louise Seitman Alabama State University Georgian Court University Albert A. Didomizio Joseph C. Sluka Jennifer D. Webster Kevin A. Byrnes David A. Dipilato Stonehill College Ashland University Dawn R. Daniele Patricia R. Doyle Heather A. Cobb Amy E. Fisher Rashida Scott-Cruz Dewey N. Heichel Lucinda A. Higgins Shane E. Lindsay Harding University College of Notre Dame of Maryland Tarleton State University Linda L. Mills Kevin O. Wright Karen Diana Allmond Athens State University Rhianna Laura Miller Illinois College Mary S. Berkebile Robert Miranda, Jr. Barbara I. Engelbrecht Alaina Marie Adams George M. Evans, Jr. Billie K. Jones Gaylene S. Nunn University of the IncarnateWord Constance Ann Garner Deborah Perkins Bowie State University Tyson Baugardner Barbara E. Henry Delano A. McRavin Anita J. Terpstra-Meeves Priscilla Johnson Theresa Stokes Hill Saundra Ponder Donna Kay Thornbrue Dr. Robert Lee Ryan Janise A. Kilar Bucknell University Jim Tracy University of Indianapolis Peggy A. Weber Debra Poskanzer Tiffin University Scott L. Parker Our Lady of the Lake University Central Connecticut State University Lucy Jane Linn King’s College Gary Grey Abernathy David H. Lyon Trenton State College Susan Gingell Berdis Terry Dole University of Central Oklahoma Gerald J. Mangine La Roche College Cathleen C. Johnson Kellie Ann Eastham Paul Ernest Natalizio, IV Michael G. Radich Peggy D. Kelso Randy Jorgensen Tri-State University Sue A. Unterholzner Krystal Sauter Karen Lynn Petrie Eric M. Pynn Long Island University Matthew P. Streger Chaminade University Troy State University Victor Branco Gloria Jean Tobin Sharla Saffery Pamela Louise Thompson Norman Wagner Pace University University of Cincinnati Walsh College Madonna University Rebecca Hurt John Barnhorst Julia E. Kieler Antoinette S. Knechtges Pepperdine University Bryan Brown, Jr. Western New England College Janet R. MacDonald Hugh Rose Virginia Budd Wayne J. Atkins Linda M. Shaheen Philadelphia University Jane Collins Paul E. Contois Manhattan College John F. Boyle Stanley Quay Wilkes University Donald Wesley Ralph J. Caputo Prairie View A&M University Mohamed Qualander Awilda Paulette Martha L. Heffers Katherine Westbrook
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