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Ricardo Salgado, IE 2000

Ricardo Salgado

“I come from a family with limited resources, and I was fortunate to get a great education at Georgia Tech.”
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Lynn and Ted Kimmerly

William Levins and daughter

“Our neighbors told their children if they ever got in an accident at school and they weren’t home to 'go find Bill Levins.’”
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Angela Gill Nelms, BME 2007

Angela Gill Nelms and daughter

“I made a decision to split my estate 50-50 between my daughter and Georgia Tech — the two things in my life that I am most proud of.”
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Thomas and Deborah Avery

Thomas and Deborah Avery

"We'd like to help other Scheller students finance their education and go on to achieve great things in their personal and professional lives."
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Kay and Larry Westbrook

Kay and Larry Westbrook

Born in Savannah, Georgia, Larry R. Westbrook, IE 1967, grew up in Gainesville, Georgia, and earned a Georgia Tech degree. After graduation, he left the state for the first time to begin a career in power distribution and industrial automation that spanned 50 years.
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Roxanne Drago Westendorf, ChE 1981

Roxanne Drago Westendorf

"Georgia Tech is a very big part of where I am today and what I have been able to do."
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Lisa Gareis Korslund, BChE '80

Lisa Gareis Korslund

"Georgia Tech's challenging education and breadth of student activities gave me the opportunity to develop valuable personal and professional skills."
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Ernest L. "Les" Eaton, ChE '57

Les Eaton

"Co-op was one of the best opportunities given to me, and so was Georgia Tech."
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Laura S. Huffman, EE '79, M.S. EE '81, and David C. Huffman, EE '80

Laura and David Huffman

"We hope to support amazing students in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering."
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Fred Eyerman, ME 1971

Fred Eyerman

"We wanted to give others the opportunity to live their dreams."
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Arline B. and Scott L. Alexander, IMGT 1976

Arline and Scott Alexander

"I've been bleeding white and gold since I was 6 years old, when I went to my first Georgia Tech game."
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Joe Evans

Joe Evans

Joe Evans shares why he and his wife chose a charitable remainder unitrust to benefit future generations of Georgia Tech students in the business school.
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Steve, ICS 1985, and Lisa Stokes

Steve and Lisa Stokes

"Lisa came up with the idea of giving to Georgia Tech, and I loved it."
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Darrell Gray

Darrell Gray

"I have seen firsthand how Georgia Tech helps young people meet their potential and prepare for a meaningful future."
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DeLane Parker Haren, IM 1977, and F. Evan Haren Jr., CE 1977

Haren Family

"At Christmas, our family reads aloud letters from our scholarship recipients. What a gift!"
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Gary, IM 1981, and Carol Nikoukary

Gary and Carol Nikoukary

"Giving back to Georgia Tech is a great honor for us. We wanted to leave a legacy for our children and grandchildren and help students have the same opportunities we had."
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Ricky, IA 1996, and Lisa Novak

Ricky and Lisa Novak

"It's extremely important to our family to continually give back and to show gratitude for the many ways in which our lives have been blessed and enriched."
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Marcia C. Price, wife of John P. "Jack" Price Jr., IM 1958

John and Marcia Price

"I am truly blessed to have the opportunity to help other women on this cancer journey."
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