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UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, Ohio (AP) — John Carroll University outside Cleveland says it has received a gift of more than $2 million to establish an endowed scholarship fund.
Cleveland.com reports (http://bit.ly/1OiNQrP ) the University Heights school made the announcement Tuesday.
The university says the money will create the William J. and Eileen C. Donnelly Endowed Scholarship. William P. Donnelly and Susan Donnelly gave the $2.25 million donation in honor of his parents.
The Donnellys are graduates of the university. William Donnelly is the executive vice president of a scales and analytical instruments manufacturer and has served on John Carroll's board of directors since 2011.
Information from: cleveland.com, http://www.cleveland.com
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