Lambert Minucci, GA '70
Lambert joined the Duquesne University community as a non-traditional student. He was married to Carol, who passed away in 2004, and working full time at PPG Industries when he began his educational journey to obtain a master's in mathematics. "Duquesne was convenient, offered evening classes, and I was very impressed with both the math program and Dr. Charles Sebesta, head of the department. Classes were small and intimate, and the faculty was serious about teaching. Duquesne University gave me a chance to be me. I made good use of what Duquesne gave me and for that, the University has my gratitude."
Lambert chose to express his thanks for his Duquesne education through a series of charitable gift annuities—three over the past few years. Additionally, Duquesne is an heir of his estate, as he included a bequest to the University in his will.
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