Meet Our Investors
Young Investors Give Back to UD
Jodi Stricker is a small-business owner, an adjunct professor at the University of Dubuque and a success story. Her early education was a struggle, but she found the hope and opportunity to succeed at UD.
A Legacy for a Loved One Will Pass on the Gift of Education
Getting his start in education at the University of Dubuque, Arnold Lindaman '59 has passed on his love of learning to his children and grandchildren. Now the scholarship he and his wife, Lois, have endowed in honor of their beloved grandson will help secure an education for future students at his alma mater. While at UD, Arnold remembers being inspired.
Couple Honors Lifelong Relationship With UD
When John (C'66) and Pam (C'66) Adams met on campus, they started a lasting relationship with each other and with the University of Dubuque. Because of the University's importance in their life story, they created a trust, naming UD as beneficiary.
Jane Malone-George Makes Gift to Endowment for Support of Student Scholarships
Though she was at the University of Dubuque for only two years, Jane (Sumpter) Malone-George says her UD experience provided a lifetime of benefits.
IRA Used in Multiple Ways to Fund Endowed Scholarship
Half a century after completing her pre-nursing education at the University of Dubuque, retired registered nurse Sonya Smith is funding an endowed scholarship to help current UD students pursue their own nursing dreams.
Heydingers Empower Future Generations Through Scholarships
In life, the Rev. Richard B. Heydinger, Sr., and his wife, Dorothy "Dotty" K. Heydinger, were socially conscious, with strong beliefs in civil rights and the rights of women.
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