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Hanke Hall spaces named in honor of donors

Apr 4, 2013
President Abare speaks at the ceremony

The stunning new 12,000-square-foot Hanke Hall — home to Flagler College’s Office of Admissions and Financial Aid and the first point of contact for many new students — was dedicated this fall. Flagler is proud to recognize the following generous donors by naming Hanke Hall spaces in their honor:

Building: Colonel G. F. Robert Hanke, USMC (Ret.)
Vice President’s Office: Dr. and Mrs. William T. Abare Jr.
Director of Admissions’ Office: Mr. Peter E. Meehan, ‘76
Office: Mrs. Carole L. Ginzl, Parent ‘95 & ‘03, in memory of her husband, David J. Ginzl 
Office: Mr. Ingemar H. Lanevi, ‘86 and Mrs. Diane Evia-Lanevi, ‘87
Office: Mr. Grover and Mrs. Jessica Gunther Maxwell, ‘83
Office: Mr. Richard, ‘79, and Mrs. Leigh Ann Groux; Mr. William Royall Jr. and Dr. Pamela Kiecker Royall, Parent ‘11; The Relgalf Charitable Foundation

Hanke Hall naming opportunities are still available. To find out how you can participate in this project, please call (904) 819-6240.

Topics: Architecture

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