Terry Campus Holds Donor Appreciation Luncheon
The Terry Campus held a Donor Appreciation Luncheon on March 29, 2017 to thank its donors for making a difference in student success and to give those supporters the opportunity to hear directly from students and alumni who received scholarships as a result of that generosity.
More than 100 people attended the luncheon that also honored longtime campus benefactors and College Legacy Society members Howell and Margo Wallace and George Chabbott and his late wife, Marilyn. The Legacy Society is a distinguished group of individuals who contribute cumulative lifetime gifts of at least $50,000 and/or have announced their intention to leave a donation to Delaware Tech via a bequest, charitable gift annuity or other form of planned giving.
Del-One Federal Credit Union was also recognized for contributing $500,000 to the College for naming rights to the Terry Campus conference center. The contribution will fund scholarships for veterans, general campus needs and renovations to the conference center.
Scholarship recipients who shared their personal stories were Suzanna Knotts, a nursing student who is recipient of a Del-One Veterans Scholarship; Joseph Pflumm, an electromechanical engineering technology student and recipient of a Howell and Margo Wallace Scholarship and a Del-One Veterans Scholarship; and Crystal Vicidomini, a nursing program graduate who received a George and Marilyn Chabbott Scholarship and a Bayhealth Scholarship.
View the Donor Appreciation Photo gallery.
Photo captions: Howell Wallace (left) and his wife, Margo Wallace (right), with student Joseph Pflumm. Pflumm, enrolled in the electromechanical engineering technology program, is the recipient of a scholarship established by the Wallaces.
George Chabbott (left) stands with nursing program graduate Crystal Vicidomini (center) and her husband, Michael Vicidomini. Mrs. Vicidomini was the recipient of a scholarship established by Chabbott and his late wife, Marilyn.