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End of ASPIRE Sparks New Beginning for Jacksonville University
“There is a revolution going on at Jacksonville University,” said Melanie Cost Young, “and you are the avant-garde.” The ASPIRE Campaign Celebration on September 25 honoring leadership donors and volunteers featured students from across the University and project collaborations that brought together investors, parents, board members, alumni, community leaders and members of the JU Family …
Selfless Service to Students: Chuck and Cami Wodehouse
He was born in Long Branch, New Jersey, in the same hospital as Bruce Springsteen. Not only that, he attended the same high school as another rock-and-roller, Huey Lewis. Laughing, he said, “Other than my beautiful wife, those are my only claims to fame.” But that’s not the whole story. In fact, the Wodehouse name …
Pride in Giving: A Conversation with Cynthia Barquist Chomiak ’83 and H. Martin Chomiak ’81/’84
Lifelong volunteers and philanthropists, Cynthia “Cindy” ’83 and H. Martin “Marty” Chomiak ’81/’84 know the tremendous impact one small contribution can make. Having spent their lives living around the country and the world, the Chomiaks have remained steadfast to the philanthropic spirit given to them by their mothers—a commitment they have now passed along to …