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Darwin C. Fenner

- Summer 2017 -
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Darwin C. Fenner (BBA ’54, MBA ’69), a longtime Tulane supporter whose gift to the Freeman School helped establish the Darwin S. Fenner Student Managed Fund, passed away in January 2017 at the age of 84.

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Class Notes: Summer 2017

- Summer 2017 -

Matt Schwartz (BSM ’99) received the 2017 T.G. Solomon Award for Entrepreneurship and Civic Engagement. The award is presented annually by the Times-Picayune and the Solomon family to honor New Orleans entrepreneurs who have emerged as impactful civic leaders.

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Emeritus Club Honors Stanley Motta with Lifetime Achievement Award

- Summer 2017 -
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The Emeritus Club of Tulane University recently honored Stanley Motta (BBA ’67), chairman of Copa Holdings, the parent company of Copa Airlines, with its Lifetime Achievement of the Emeritus Class Award for the Class of 1967.

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My Brilliant Career: Striking It Rich

- Summer 2017 -
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Justin Amick (BSM ’04) is co-founder of the Painted Pin, a boutique bar, bowling and entertainment venue that in the last three years has become one of Atlanta’s most popular nightspots.

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The Spirit of New Orleans

- Fall 2016 -

As the A. B. Freeman School of Business begins the 2016–17 academic year, I am proud to introduce myself as the new president of the Tulane Association of Business Alumni (TABA).

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Hertz named chair-elect of Board of Tulane

- Fall 2016 -

Atlanta businessman and nonprofit leader Douglas Hertz (A&S ’74, MBA ’76) has been named chair-elect of the Board of Tulane, the university’s main governing body. His three-year term as chairman will begin July 1, 2017.

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Humble Beginnings: A Change of Plans

- Fall 2016 -

Millie Pilié Bradley (A&S ’73, MBA ’75) was a few weeks into maternity leave her second child when she got an unexpected phone call from her boss. It was 1983, and Bradley, a systems manager in Exxon’s chemical division in Houston, had recently decided to work part time when she returned from her leave.

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Alum hopes to make U.S. Senate his next remarkable accomplishment

- Fall 2016 -

Winning a seat in Congress is a steep challenge for any candidate, much less a political newcomer, but Derrick Edwards (BSM ’97, MACCT ’98), who recently announced his candidacy for Louisiana’s U.S. Senate seat, has been defying the odds his entire life.

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Class Notes: Fall 2016

- Fall 2016 -

Carla Moradi (MBA/MPH ’89) has joined Hub International Ltd. as executive vice president of operations and technology. Moradi will lead the implementation of strategic enterprise-wide customer technologies and operations for the company, a leading global insurance brokerage.

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In Memoriam: Fall 2016

- Fall 2016 -

A. Elmer Massey Jr. (BBA ’32)
Arnold J. Bennett (BBA ’39)
Maurice V. Duvic (’40)
Ruth de la Gueronniere (BBA ’40)
Edwin B. Raskin (BBA ’40)
Gertrude Balkin Cohen (BBA ’42)
George H. Harpster (BBA ’42)
Edward C. Hingle Jr. (’43)

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