March 6, 2017
Gregory C. Thompson (ACCT ’77) and his wife, Kathryn L. Thompson, of Kiawah Island, South Carolina, have pledged $500,000 in support of the Global Business and Analytics Complex.
A distribution of $272,482 was received from the estate of Scott D. Prince (MKTG ’75), formerly of Saint Simons Island, Georgia, in support of the Global Business and Analytics Complex.
James E. Pearman Jr. (ACCT ’70) and his wife, Brenda K. Pearman, of Salem, Virginia, have pledged $250,000 in support of the Global Business and Analytics Complex.
Christopher Shean (ACCT ’87) and his wife, Lesley Shean (ELED ’88), of Castle Rock, Colorado, have given $246,080 in support of the Global Business and Analytics Complex.
James H. Hatch (MACCT ’72), of Richmond, Virginia, has given $110,000 to support various endowments within the Department of Accounting and Information Systems and the Pamplin College of Business.
Grant Thornton LLP, of Alexandria, Virginia, has pledged $107,500 in support of the Apex Systems Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Steven L. Parker (ACCT ’83) and his wife, Sharon S. Parker (ACCT ’83), of Charlotte, North Carolina, have pledged $100,000 in support of the Global Business and Analytics Complex.
A charitable gift annuity of $100,000 was contributed by C. Donald Miller (BAD ’59) and his wife, Roberta L. Miller, of Lynchburg, Virginia, which will ultimately provide unrestricted support.
Altria Group, Inc., of Richmond, Virginia, has contributed $71,750 toward several Pamplin initiatives, including its diversity recruitment strategy, the Business Diversity Center, the Pamplin social media program (PRISM), the Department of Business Information Technology, the Pamplin Undergraduate Mentoring Program, Collegiate Women in Business, Finance for Females, the Department of Finance, and Bond and Securities Investing by Students (BASIS).
David Calhoun (ACCT ’79), and his wife, Barbara Calhoun, of New Canaan, Connecticut, have given $62,000 to the David L. Calhoun Fund for Excellence in Accounting and Information Systems, providing unrestricted support to the department.
Paul V. Lombardi III (ME ’95) and his wife, Allison K. Lombardi, of Chantilly, Virginia, have given $50,000 in unrestricted support and scholarships within the Apex Systems Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.