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Thank You Alumni Donors!

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Thank you to the following alumni for their generous donations in January and February 2013. Without you TFAS programs wouldn’t be possible and countless students would miss out on the TFAS experience.

Chelsea D. Barnett (ICPES 2009)

Tabetha A. Cain (IPJ 2012)

Alan W. Clark (ICPES 2003)

Eric V. Fox (ICPES 1986)

Derrick M. Francis (ICPES 2009)

John Z. Hecker (ICPES 1971)

Hidenori Iwasaki (ICPES 1997)

Eric Jenkins (IBGA 1997)

Nur Amira Abdul Karim (AIPE 2007, CSF 2007)

Norman J. Kaufmann (IBGA 2006)

Kenneth A. Klatt (ICPES 1970)

John W. Lettieri (ICPES 2003)

Vladislav M. Malamud (IBGA 2005)

Lisa A. Mauer (ICPES 1980)

Madonna S. Merritt (ICPES 1979)

Jayne C. Miller (IPJ 2007)

Melinda A. Watters Miller (ICPES 1987)

Shanley E. Monroe (CSF 2009)

Michael T. Moroney (IBGA 2008)

Zhikica Pagovski (AIPES 2010)

Alexander C. Panosian (AIPE 2009)

Alexander M. Pipas (CSS 2007)

Anastasija Piskunova (AIPES 2005, ICPES 2006)

Deanna N. Price (IBGA 2009)

David C. Rouzer (IBGA 1993, AIPES 1994)

Elma Agic Sabeta (AIPES 2000, IIPES 2001)

Scott Sadler (ICPES 1981)

David W. Satterfield (IBGA 2005)

Daniel Sepion (IPJ 1999)

Anna Stumpf (AIPES 2007, ICPES 2008)

Kelsey A. Swango (IBGA 2009, IIPES 2010)

Cornell Teague (IBGA 1999, IIPES 2001)

 

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