Giving is an act of gratitude that extends to the Class of 2011
Members of the Class of 2011 chose to make their first annual gifts to the Divinity School in gratitude for their theological education and in honor of those who have inspired and supported them in their pursuit. We are thankful that the Class of 2011 has chosen give back in such a meaningful way.
Dear Class of 2011,
As you celebrate your accomplishment, we also rejoice in being able to welcome you into the diverse network of Vanderbilt Divinity School alumni/ae. We are grateful that we will continue to be a part of your journey and are excited to see where life takes you.
Many of you have chosen to make your first annual gift to the Divinity School in gratitude for your theological education and in honor of those who have inspired and supported you in your pursuit. We are thankful that you have chosen to give back in such a meaningful way. However you choose to support Vanderbilt Divinity School, your gift will make a theological education possible for a deserving student, support the work of our distinguished faculty, build and improve our facilities or provide support for new and existing programs.
As you leave this place, we pray you will be welcomed into a diverse and supportive community that will continue to nurture, inspire and challenge you to grow as a scholar and minister.
Congratulation on your graduation!
The Vanderbilt Divinity School
Office of Development and Alumni/ae Relations
Gifts of Gratitude
From the Class of 2011
Brandon Blacksten, MDiv
Elizabeth Coyle, MTS
In honor of Joanne and J.R. MacDonald
Damien Durr, MDV3
Basye Holland-Shuey, MDiv
In honor of Ralph A. Shuey and Marie Shuey
Heather Connelly Lefkowitz, MDiv
In honor of Paul and Charlotte Lefkowitz, the Rev. Viki Matson and the Rev. Trudy Stringer
Tara Lentz, MDiv
Robert McFadden, MTS
Katie Goss Pearce, MDiv
In honor of Mary Jane and Cal Pearce
Ali Sevilla, MDiv
In honor of Professor Melissa Snarr
Merrilee Wineinger, MDiv
In memory of Frances and Henry Kaminski
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