Grace Rohrer Rymer ’48 has generously supported Otterbein through a gift to the Grace Rohrer Rymer ’48 and Richard Rymer Scholarship. She also continues to support the Otterbein Fund — Grace has been a donor for almost 40 years and is a member of our Cardinal Loyalty Society.
Pamela Hill Lorr ’75 donated a generous gift to support the Pamela Hill Lorr Theatre Endowment Fund, which helps students with short-term financial need and assists the Department of Theatre and Dance with expenses related to the practice of theatre directing for student projects and works and/or support of guest directors for masterclasses or seminars.
Thomas Bromeley ’51, chair emeritus of the Board of Trustees, recently made a generous gift in support of Otterbein and has been a loyal donor and champion for the University for 31 years.
The Campus Center Renovation Fund and the Otterbein Fund have received additional support from President’s Society member Robert Woodruff ’67, who committed $75,000 to advance these two important University priorities.
Donna Kerr H’71 continues to show her kindness and generosity to the University through her recent support in memory of her late husband and former president of Otterbein, Dr. Thomas Kerr. She recently contributed a generous gift to the Campus Center Renovation Fund, in addition to supporting the Thomas J. Kerr IV Scholarship, Donna L. Kerr Scholarship, and the Otterbein Fund.
The Otterbein Fund received significant support over the past year from Trustee Emeritus Michael Ducey ’70 and his wife, Pattie Black-Ducey. The Duceys have been loyal supporters of Otterbein for the past 36 years.
Otterbein is grateful to Richard ’54 and Carolyn Brown ’53 Sherrick for their generous support over the past year for the Otterbein Fund, along with the Sherrick Nativity Collection Endowment.
Otterbein Men’s Basketball team from 1991.
Otterbein men’s basketball alumnus Eric Wagenbrenner ’91 recently donated $10,000 to support the men’s basketball program. During Wagenbrenner’s tenure on the team from 1987-1991, the Cardinals had some of their most successful seasons, reaching the NCAA Division III Final Four and landing the team in the Cardinals Hall of Champions.