Tuskegee University has appointed William D. Ritter, an executive and senior vice president of Fortune 500 Regions Bank, as a member of the university Board of Trustees. Ritter, elected by the board in the fall to serve a three year term, currently leads Region Wealth Management Group; oversees its private wealth management, investment services, insurance, institutional services and asset management areas; and serves as a member of the company Operating Committee..
Judith Gutman recalled her experience. First time, they stole my change compartment, including all the quarters I had in there, she said. Second time, they stole my car cell phone charger and my Ray Ban sunglasses. Spectacular in landscape, the animals look like they come out of a Dr. Seuss book and the trees do too. Mayor was in search of lemurs, which she found with the help of a local guide and called it the beginning of her career.
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BBBS assists children with social, emotional and character development through one to one mentoring relationships with caring adults. Children in the program come from a wide variety of backgrounds, many coming from single parent households, living at or below poverty level. BBBS matches children with a Big Brother, Sister, Couple or Family in a community or school based program.
See. Play. Are bringing you all the best stuff to get the season started right. EBRAY02 C 25OCT01 EF MC Ray , pictured here at home with his video camera, stands at a unique crossroads: he’s a Vietnam Vet, a longtime Oakland fireman (captain, now) and a peace activist. He’s also a filmmaker he just returned from New York where he filmed Ground Zero. The footage will go to the fire department for training purposes and will be screened at a fundraising event (for widows/chidlren of firefighters and police officers) that he’s organizing.
“Tom leaves our program on the rise in the MIAA,” Plinske said. “I will miss working alongside with him as he transitions off the basketball court and on to a full time teaching role. He has been a tremendous leader and role model within UNK Athletics.