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Donor recognition

August 26, 2010
Posted In: Donor recognition, Headlines, Profiles

William J. Swords, D.O., ’67, and his wife, Cheryl, were presented the
Honored Patron lifetime giving award ($15,000-$24,999). Dr. and Mrs. Swords live in Okemos, Mich.

David K. Young, D.O., ’81, right, received the Honored Patron lifetime giving award ($15,000-$24,999) from Randy Rogers, CFP®, associate vice president for institutional advancement. Dr. Young is a pulmonologist in Lansing, Mich.

Kimball Silverton, D.O., ’85, left, accepted the Honored Patron lifetime giving award ($15,000-$24,999) on behalf of the Silverton Family. Dr. Silverton is a dermatologist in Grand Blanc, Mich. Pictured with Dr. Silverton is Randy Rogers, CFP®, associate vice president for institutional advancement. Dr. Silverton’s brother, Craig D. Silverton, D.O., ’78, is an orthopaedic surgeon in Detroit, Mich.

John K. Kelly Jr., D.O., ’68, and his wife, Irene, received the Honored Patron lifetime giving award ($15,000-$24,999) for their generous contributions to ATSU. Dr. Kelly is a radiologist and lives in Commerce Township, Mich.

Andrew Zazaian, D.O., ’79, and his wife, Mary Rose, received the Diplomate lifetime giving award ($50,000-$99,999). Dr. Zazaian is an internal medicine physician and practices with his brother, John S. Zazaian, D.O., ’81, in Waterford, Mich.

Andrew H. Berry, D.O., ’55, right, was presented the A.T. Still Fellow lifetime giving award ($100,000-$299,999) from Randy Rogers, CFP®, associate vice president for institutional advancement. Dr. Berry is a family physician in Commerce Township, Mich.

Terry Nickels, D.O., ’74, received the Honored Patron lifetime giving award ($15,000-$24,999) from Mark Burger, ATSU development associate, at the May convention of the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association. Dr. Nickels’ contributions include funding a new Department of Family Medicine endowment at ATSU-KCOM, honoring the legacy of himself and his late father, Harvey Nickels, D.O., ’54.

Joseph J. Casella, D.O., ’81, of Newton, N.J., accepted the Honored Patron lifetime giving award ($15,000-$24,999) from Sunny Mason, associate director of development. Dr. Casella; his father, Frank Casella, D.O., ’58; and his brother, Frank Casella Jr., D.O., ’86, are KCOM graduates. Dr. Joe Casella practices internal medicine with his brother, Frank Jr.

Eleanor S. Roberts, D.O., ’50, left, accepted an Honored Patron lifetime giving award ($15,000-$24,999) for her gifts to ATSU-KCOM. Pictured with Dr. Roberts is Sunny Mason, associate director of development. Dr. Roberts and her late husband, Edward M. Roberts, D.O., were married in October 1948. The Robertses began a family practice in Queen City, Mo., where they stayed until retirement in 1988. Dr. Roberts lives in Kirksville, Mo.

James Atkinson, D.O., ’78, and his wife, Hazel, were presented the Honored Patron lifetime giving award ($15,000- $24,999). Dr. and Mrs. Atkinson live in Farmingville, N.Y.

Bart Maggio, D.O., ’61, received the Honored Patron lifetime giving award ($15,000-$24,999) for his gifts to ATSUKCOM. Dr. Maggio practices in West Long Branch, N.J.

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