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Richard Stevenson Feimster Athletic Scholarship Established

October 27, 2010
Category: Academics, Alumni, Athletics, Gifts
Richard Stevenson Feimster '48 (1921 to 2009)Submitted by Luther Conger and Franklin Ivey, co-chairs of the Richard S. Feimster Athletic Scholarship Fund Soon after Coach Feimster was laid to rest, two of his student athlete pallbearers decided on the front lawn of Concord Presbyterian Church that…
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'38 Alumnus Established New Scholarship at Catawba College before His Death

July 23, 2010
Category: Academics, Alumni, Gifts, Teacher Education
The late Eugene Deal of Mooresville, N.C., formerly of Charlotte, N.C., made a gift the year before his death to establish a scholarship at Catawba College named for him and his late wife. Deal, a 1938 alumnus of Catawba, died July 10, 2010. His wife predeceased him in 2005. The Evelyn S. and…
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New Scholarship Funds Honor Five Individuals Associated with Catawba College

February 19, 2010
Category: Academics, Faculty, Gifts
Four new scholarship funds have been established at Catawba College in honor of five individuals associated with the institution. The scholarship funds are established in honor of College President and First Lady, Dr. W. Craig and Mrs. Annette Turner; Senior Vice President, Tom Childress; Director…
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Estate Gift from Col. Louis "Ike" Green Establishes Scholarship Fund at Catawba

February 4, 2010
Category: Academics, Alumni, Athletics, Gifts, History & Politics
Thanks to a gift from the estate of Col. Louis "Ike" Alpheus Green '42 of Lexington, N.C., a new scholarship fund has been established at Catawba College. Preference for the Ike and Vicky Green Annual Scholarship Fund will be given to football players. The late Col. Green, a native of Lexington,…
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Trailblazer Sets Up Scholarship at Catawba College

October 16, 2009
Category: Academics, Alumni, Athletics, Gifts, Sport & Health Sciences
By Susan Shinn, Catawba College News Service Dave Robbins '66 never set out to be a trailblazer. But that's exactly what happened in his life and in his career. The Gastonia native, whose long professional career focused on basketball, actually left his hometown to play basketball at Oak Ridge…
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