Loras College Receives Anonymous $1 Million Donation
President Jim Collins (’84) announces Loras has received an anonymous $1 million donation to the President’s Discretionary Fund and the Inspiring Lives and Leadership: The Loras Legacy campaign.
Inspiring Lives & Leadership: Campaign Quarterly Jan 2014
Quarterly communication sharing news, status and progress of Campaign.
Loras College Receives $200,000 Estate Pledge
Loras College has received an irrevocable $200,000 estate pledge from Larry (’64) and Helen Cremer toward the Inspiring Lives and Leadership Campaign goal of $75 million. The generous donation establishes the Cremer Need-based Scholarship, assisting students to pursue their education at Loras.
Loras Board of Regent Chairs Establish Arnie Honkamp Memorial Scholarship
Loras is proud to announce a scholarship has been created in memory of the late Arnold “Arnie” Honkamp’s (’62) life and his extraordinary dedication to the College.
Inspiring Lives and Leadership: The Loras Legacy Campaign Kicks Off
Loras College officially launched its largest fundraising campaign in the 175-year history of the institution.
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A NOTE FROM THE CAMPAIGN CHAIR
Thomas J. Tauke (’72)
Former U.S. Congressman and
recently retired Executive Vice President at Verizon, is Past Chair of the Board of Regents and Chair of the Inspiring Lives and Leadership Campaign.
“ The time is right for all of our accomplished alumni, the local community and friends of Catholic higher education to financially support Loras College. Loras has positively influenced the lives of many of us. I believe we now have an obligation to provide future generations with the first-class Catholic and liberal arts experiences that Loras offers. Today’s Loras students will soon be the leaders in our Church and in the business, media, healthcare and public policy arenas. With the knowledge they gain and the values they acquire here at Loras, they can help make our ever-changing world a better place."
Campaign Committee: Thomas Tauke (’72), Father John Schlegel (’66), Paul Breitbach (’60), William Lynch (’64), Arnie Honkamp (’62), Mary Finnegan, Theresa Hoffman (’81), Don Ulrich (’58)