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Dear Friends and Fellow Alumni,

It is my privilege to thank each of you for your contribution to the School of Dental Medicine. Thanks to you, we are able to offer students a more meaningful educational experience, strengthen our extraordinary faculty and provide patients the highest standard of care. We are most grateful for the many donors and supporters of the School of Dental Medicine who offer their time, talent and treasure to create and expand opportunities for our students. It is this varied and generous support that will ensure that our tradition of excellence in education continues for generations to come.

I am pleased to recognize and thank the following individuals, corporations, and foundations for their forward thinking and generosity. Please take a moment to review this impressive list of donors as they have contributed to the ever-growing reputation of our faculty, staff, and students as well as to our many educational and research programs, scholarships and facilities. I extend my deepest gratitude to our alumni, donors and friends who support the school. Every gift truly makes a difference.

Kenneth and Kelli Chance

Kenneth B. Chance

My family and I are delighted to give toward the efforts of Case Western Reserve University, particularly the School of Dental Medicine. Kenneth B. Chance

Philip Dixon

Philip Dixon

I think it’s important for alumni to recognize the superior caliber of education they received at the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine. An education of excellence comes with a cost, and if you want the best you have to pay for it. Philip Dixon

Ed Meckler

Ed Meckler

I have several reasons for giving to support the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine. As a graduate of the school, I feel that my education gave me entry into a profession in which I can be successful not just financially, but also from the standpoint of enjoying what I do. Ed Meckler

Samuel Muslin and family

Samuel Muslin

All of my fellow graduates of the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine should be appreciative of their training. The school, newly built during the 1970s, set the bar for what a dental education should be. Now is the time to restore it to its greatness for the next generation of dental students. Samuel Muslin

Mrs. Edith Miller and Meredith Garber, the recipient of the Robert P. Dressel Memorial Scholarship Fund

Edith Miller

My gift to the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine is designed to honor and keep alive the memory of my father, Robert P. Dressel, D.D.S., who taught at the school for more than 45 years. For many of those years he served as professor and director of restorative dentistry. Edith Miller