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Leading Ladies

Leading Ladies

Palmer continues its tradition of preparing women leaders in chiropractic
Fall 2007


First Heritage Endowment Society Founding Members Breakfast held

The family of Warren Pyne, D.C., Davenport ’87, of Wareham, Mass., is seen here with the first recipient of the Olivia Lynn Pyne Memorial Scholarship, 8th Trimester Davenport Campus student Amy Mathis. The scholarship was established to honor the memory of the Pynes’ daughter Olivia, who died in a tragic accident at the age of four. From left are Dylon, Dr. Warren, Gretchan and Andrew Pyne, with Mathis in front.
Family of Dr. Warren Pyne with Amy Mathis

The first-ever breakfast to honor the founding members of Palmer’s Heritage Endowment Society was held at this year’s Davenport Campus Homecoming. Palmer offers the most student scholarships of any chiropractic college, with 32 states providing state endowed scholarships as well as individuals and families who have established scholarships.

Membership includes those who choose to support the mission of Palmer College of Chiropractic through a gift of cash, stock or securities to the permanent endowment fund, or provide for Palmer College in an estate plan. Endowment funds are invested for the long term, and those investments are used to sustain the College’s academic excellence by supporting student scholarships, outstanding faculty and innovative programs.

“We wanted to kick off our new program and recognize our endowment leaders at Homecoming this year,” said Senior Development Officer Lois Kundel. “Anyone who had given to the endowment or made provisions for Palmer in their will through June 30, 2007, was recognized as a founding member. In the future, anyone who includes Palmer College in their will or estate plan becomes a Heritage Endowment Society member, and those giving $5,000 in cash or $25,000 in deferred funds or more will have their names placed on the Heritage Endowment Wall on Palmer’s Davenport Campus.”

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