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Raymond Ackerman Farewell Luncheon

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Raymond Ackerman addressing the attendees at his farewell lunch.
Raymond Ackerman addressing the attendees at his farewell lunch.

Raymond Ackerman (1948S) retired as Patron of the ODU earlier this year.  As a final farewell, the ODU hosted an intimate luncheon with a few of his longstanding friends and some new aquaintences (Martin Bey (1990B) Chairman of the ODU pictured to his left) from the ODU. 

Principal, Tony Reeler joined the lunch party and the President of the ODU, David Carter (1958G) delivered a warm parting speech. Raymond was thanked for his generosity and positive contribution to the Bishops Community as a whole, and the ODU in particular.  It was a very special and celebratory occassion enjoyed by all.

If you would like to read more about Raymond Ackerman, please CLICK HERE to view our earlier article that we wrote about his retirement.

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