Linda Schultz, Mark Lombardi, Geralyn Frandsen, Gary Frandsen, Charles Gulas, Gil Smith
Mary Ellen Finch, Mark Lombardi president Maryville University
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Tom Eschen, Bill Conrow, Martin Sheen
Mary Pat Rives, Margie Strom, Sherri and Rick Goldman, Mark Lombardi
Mark Lombardi, Tracie Sandheinrich, Tom Eschen
Dr. Mark Lombardi, Sam Word
Tamara Hill, Mark Lombardi
Mark Lombardi president, Richard Reiss
Dan Rather, Mark Lombardi president Maryville University
Mark Lombardi, Joan Quicksilver, Tom Eschen, Audrey Friedman
Dr. Mary Ellen Finch, Dr. Mark Lombardi
Tom and Chris Eschen, Dr. Mark Lombardi, Norma Stern
If Maryville University isn’t top-of-mind when you’re thinking about St. Louis’ great universities, you might want to re-think that list, says university president Mark Lombardi. “St. Louis deserves another great university; and the good news is, they’ve got one—it’s Maryville University.”
Millie Cain, Dr. Mark Lombardi, Sherri and Rick Goldman
Tom Boudreau, Mark Lombardi
Tom Boudreau, Mark Lombardi, Tom Eschen
Mark Lombardi, Mary Ellen Finch
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Front row (from left): Event honorary committee chair Frank Jacobs, Peter Martin, Arianna, honorary committe chair Randy Costas and Tom Eschen. Back row: Brian Owens, Erin Bode, Sterling Bank's Ken Poteet, Maryville president Mark Lombardi and honorary committee chair Marylen Mann.
Patrick Murphy, Rick Sems, Mark Lombardi
Maryville University doesn’t have the ancient ivy-covered walls or Greek columns. It doesn’t have a 100,000-seat football stadium or hold on a spot in the Final Four. You might even overlook it when considering some of the other colleges in St. Louis, and yet Maryville is consistently gaining national honors. In 2011, Forbes ranked Maryville one of America’s Best Colleges; Kiplinger’s followed, calling it one of the nation’s best values in private colleges; and now, U.S. News & World Report has declared it the No. 1 ‘over-performing’ university in the nation.
Be a part of goodwill and good cheer! LN’s Holiday Wish List Drive for NURSES FOR NEWBORNS continues through Monday, Dec. 24. The organization, which helps at-risk young mothers and their babies stay healthy, as well as offering other means support to their families, is experiencing even greater need this holiday season. Suggested donation items include boys’ and girls’ clothing (infant to size 8), toys (newborn to age 8), non-perishable food, diapers, infant formula, baby wipes and grocery/Walmart/Target gift cards. Collection boxes are available at our offices, 8811 Ladue Road (Ladue and 170), Suite D. For the complete Wish List, visit laduenews.com.