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Pacesetters Lead New Hospital Campaign with Major Gifts

Monday, December 16, 2019

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As part of its 60th Anniversary celebration this year, Purdue Veterinary Medicine announced plans to build a new veterinary hospital, combining world-class experts with a premier facility and advanced technology. In order to set a strong foundation for the related Leave A Print fundraising campaign, PVM has been searching for 60 Pacesetters to make lead major gifts of $25,000 or more to the project. Each Pacesetter will receive permanent recognition in the new facility. The Leave A Print campaign goal is $8.1 million – the amount needed to bring the project to fruition. Learn more at purdue.edu/vet/leave-a-print.

Investing in new facilities to enable the hospital to thrive is both necessary and strategic for Purdue and the state of Indiana. The Purdue Veterinary Teaching Hospital is a priceless resource that produces a stunning return on investment for the people of Indiana, while also functioning as a catalyst for vital areas of research across the Purdue campus, ranging from cancer drug discovery to the development of treatments for paralysis.

Thank you to our Pacesetters so far who have joined this leadership group as of November 26, and are providing $2.089 million of our need, while encouraging others to Leave A Print on Purdue Veterinary Medicine!

  1. Dr. David & Mrs. Brenda Brelage
  2. Dr. Donald J. McCrosky
  3. Dr. Kurt Mychajlonka & Dr. Deborah White
  4. Dr. Larry & Mrs. Gail Rueff
  5. Dr. Robert & Mrs. Jo Ann Ferguson
  6. Drs. Marianne & Stephen Ash
  7. Mr. Harry & Mrs. Freida Latshaw
  8. Mr. Richard & Mrs. Beth Adduci
  9. Mrs. Barbara Graegin
  10. Mrs. Patricia Fessler
  11. Dr. Peter G. Fisher
  12. PVM Class of 1965
  13. Dr. Andrew J. Lischin
  14. Dr. Daniel & Mrs. Angela Markwalder
  15. Dr. Jerry & Linda Rodenbarger
  16. Ms. Joanne Troutner
  17. Dr. Kevin A. Hahn, Class of 1987
  18. Alice Jean Phillips
  19. Drs. Michael & Stacey Lent
  20. Dr. Robyn & Dr. Gregory Kurtz
  21. Dr. William O. & Annette Iverson
  22. In Honor of Molly Widner, DVM
  23. PVM Class of 1976
  24. Timothy J. Mullican, DVM
  25. Drs. Lisa & David Grasso
  26. Dr. Kevin Kennedy, DVM
  27. Dr. Leonard & Carol Chastain
  28. Dr. Merlyn & Mrs. Susan Lucas
  29. Susan L. & Craig L. Wardrip, DVMs
  30. Dr. & Mrs. Kevin Shanley
  31. Kerry Keffaber & Betsy Keffaber
  32. Mr. Frederick Norman & Dr. Sandra K. Norman
  33. Dr. Chih-Ming “Jimmy” Yu & Mrs. Fu-Mei Kao, Taiwan
  34. Dr. Ralph & Linda Stauffacher
  35. Dr. Raj Singh & Melissa Singh
  36. Dr. Gervas Schafer, Mrs. Ann Schafer, Dr. Kenneth Schafer, Dr. Siobhan Schafer, & Dr. Debra Schafer
  37. Dr. Bob & Drue King
  38. Dr. Scott & Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson
  39. Dr. David & Kathleen Haviar & Family
  40. Carole Bezat
  41. Dr. Philip & Jill Borst
  42. Dr. Tom Goodwin
  43. Dr. Glenn M. Pullen
  44. PVM Class of 1978
  45. PVM Class of 1967
  46. Dr. Laura Howard Strong & Mr. David H. Strong
  47. Dr. Jennifer Anderson & Adam Schmeltz
  48. Dr. Martin G. Stotelmyer
  49. Dr. Steve & Leisa Sunbury
  50. Dr. Phil & Stephanie Farber
  51. Dr. Cynthia F. Schaefer
  52. Dr. H.R. Gough & Mrs. Karen S. Gough
  53. In Honor of Dr. Hedley Marks
  54. Dr. Raechel Willard & Mr. Christopher Ormsby
  55. Dr. Roger & Mrs. Nathalie Schrock
  56. Dr. Michael & Kris Huber
  57. David & Vicki Grove
  58. The Dr. L. Dale & Mickey Olson Fund for Animals
  59. Dr. John & RPh Barbara Schnarr
  60. _________________________________

To help us finish our 60th Anniversary year by becoming a Pacesetter, contact the Advancement Office at 765-494-6304 or PVMgiving@prf.org.


Writer(s): Amanda Dunkle | pvmnews@purdue.edu

Category: Giving, Hospitals, Services


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