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Herb Gray, P’55
A Prescription for Success
Fred Hunt, BA’71
Investing In the Future with a Charitable Gift Annuity
Pays It Forward
Mark Epstein, E’10, MBA’11; Matthew Chase, S’10; and Marcus Moché, E’10, say they’re in it together—for life.
Torch Scholars like Nohemi Moctezuma, SSH’15 are forever grateful to benefactors like Albert Tenney who make their dreams of achieving a college education a reality.
“With our gift of real estate, we are giving students the same promising start I had.” –David Feinzig, E’47
For Gerald Griffin, LA'60, MA'62, Snell Library became his second home. An alumnus and former faculty member, his love of literature blossomed during his years at Northeastern. To honor his experience, Gerald and his wife, Jane, have included Snell Library in their estate plan.
How do you build a better future for young scholars? Just ask Carla Oblas, director of Balfour Academy at Northeastern University—or better yet, ask the academy’s students and alumni.
With a desire to give back, Stephen Whetstone, L’92, and his family found a way to invest in the future of the school and community that have given him so much.
Co-op afforded Robert Goldberg, E’59, the means to attend college and discover his path. His gratitude fuels the gift that will allow future students that same opportunity.
How can you help heal and repair the world? It's a big question, but Amy Stephson, L'77, found her answer at Northeastern.
For Larry O’Rourke, BA’65, Northeastern is more than just his alma mater—it’s one of his great loves.
Don't call Michael Winston, BA'10, a Millennial, unless you want to celebrate the fact that he's our youngest Frank Palmer Speare member!
To imagine is to dream. To dream is to accomplish. Marie Milfleur is realizing her dream through the generous bequest of Dorothy G. Cooley, BA'60.
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