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Carol Savoy, a 1973 graduate, recalls trolley tracks and dirt parking lots during her student days. She is president of Savoy Contract Furniture, the company her late husband, John, established.
Carol Savoy, a 1973 graduate, recalls trolley tracks and dirt parking lots during her student days. She is president of Savoy Contract Furniture, the company her late husband, John, established.
Carol and the late John Savoy. It was the work of health care providers who helped during John’s three-year illness that inspired Carol to establish a scholarship for health sciences students.
Carol and the late John Savoy. It was the work of health care providers who helped during John’s three-year illness that inspired Carol to establish a scholarship for health sciences students.

From the Fall 2013 issue of One College Avenue magazine: A lifetime of giving continues for the Savoy family, whose business evolved from a machine woodcarving shop to today’s Savoy Contract Furniture.

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