Since well before the first member of my family—my great-grandfather James T. Spangler—began attending Lebanon Valley College in 1886, alumni and friends of the College have provided financial support that has helped make LVC an exceptional institution.
From donating funds to help build the Carnegie and Administration/Humanities buildings in the first decade of the 1900s to the millions of dollars contributed during the following century to enable students to afford an LVC education, your gifts have a lasting legacy. You provide more than bricks and mortar; you provide the opportunity for many students to achieve their dreams.
This list of people, our Honor Roll of Donors, spans generations of supporters ranging from Minna Wolfskeil Barnes ‘34 to members of the Class of 2012. This depth and breadth of devotion is truly impressive and inspirational.
As a member of the College’s Board of Trustees since 1988 and as the newly elected chair of the board, I couldn’t be prouder or more appreciative of all that you do to support this treasured place. I look forward to thanking many of you in person.
With sincere gratitude,
Wesley T. Dellinger '75, P'05
Chair, Board of Trustees