Continuing the Family Tradition: Leaving a Legacy to UA
After her brother passed away, alumna Alice Jackson discovered a way to give back to The University of Alabama that also makes lifetime payments to her.
UA Alumnus Leaves $5.3 Million Gift
The University of Alabama recently received a bequest of $5.3 million from the estate of John Deramus, a 1956 graduate of The University of Alabama. The planned gift by the Clanton native created the John B. Deramus Fund, an endowment that provides support for the University’s priority needs, including scholarships.
Alumna Supports Former Foster Youth, Honors Late Husband
Seletha Butler is honoring her late husband, Judge Willie J. Lovett Jr., with a scholarship gift that benefits an area he was very passionate about during his lifetime: vulnerable youth.
First-Generation Student Became Dean, Gave Back
Dr. J. Barry Mason's involvement with The University of Alabama spans several decades. After earning his master's degree in 1964 and Ph.D. in 1967, he became a faculty member and later served as dean of the Culverhouse College of Business for 22 years.
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