"WHERE ARE THEY NOW?" DONOR STORIES

 
   
George Parker WATN Donor Story

"Where Are They Now" Donor Story: George Parker

George Parker, 1962 Mechanical Engineering alumnus, gives to SDSU so that students can achieve their educational goals. 

 Carlos Gonzalez WATN Donor Story

"Where Are They Now" Donor Story: Carlos Gonzalez

As a recipient of two scholarships while he was a student at SDSU, alumnus Carlos Gonzalez (’97 BSCE and ‘00 MSCE) feels a responsibiity to give back. Philanthropic support and hiring students as interns and employees after graduation are ways that Carlos is helping to advance student success.  

"Where Are They Now" Donor Story: Paul Stuverud

"Where Are They Now" Donor Story: Paul Stuverud

Alumnus Paul Stuverud (’71 BSEE and ‘76 MSEE) made a gift to establish the “Paul Stuverud MESA Endowed Scholarship" and hopes his scholarship support can ease the financial burden that many students face while pursuing their academic dreams. 

 

Alex Mora Endowed Scholarship

"Where Are They Now?" Donor Story: Alex Mora

As a first generation college graduate, alumnus Alex Mora ('04 BSME) established the "Alex Mora MESA Endowed Scholarship" to support other first generation students in the SDSU MESA program. 

 

Kathy and Chuck Mendenhall

"Where Are They Now?" Donor Story: Chuck & Kathy Mendenhall

The Mendenhall's are long time donors to SDSU with their first gift of $15 in 1975. Their generous giving makes an impact campus wide.

 

 Johnson Family

"Where Are They Now?" Donor Story:  Peggy Johnson, '85 BSEE & Eric Johnson '86 MSEE 

Peggy Johnson, BSEE 1985 and Eric Johnson, MSEE 1986, grateful for their SDSU experience, established a fellowship and scholarship in the College of Engineering named in Professor fred harris' honor.

 

 Anna Greco

"Where Are They Now?" Donor Story: Anna Greco, '81 BSEE

Alumnus Anna Greco ('81 BSEE) believes in SDSU students and gives to the College of Engineering so that current students can achieve their academic dreams as she achieved hers. 

 Tom Kertesz  

"Where Are They Now?" Donor Story: Tom Kertesz, '60 BS Engineering

Alumnus Tom Kertesz ('60 BS Engineering) came to the US in 1956 after surviving the Holocaust and nine years of communist rule in Hungary. Hosted for 3.5 years at SDSU by Dr. Kramer Rohfleisch (Professor of History) and Marjorie Rohfleisch (Professor of Music), Tom is eternally grateful to the Rohfleisch family for their kindness and has established a memorial scholarship fund in their name to honor the couple.