Another $1 million donation for dental school expansion at Marquette University

Aug. 16, 2012
School of Dentistry plans 40,000-square-foot project

From The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: A dentist and his wife who met during freshman orientation at Marquette University in Milwaukee in 1975 have pledged $1 million to help build a 40,000-square-foot expansion of the Marquette School of Dentistry. Jeff and Beth Moos, of Mondovi, made the gift to the school’s Building for the Future campaign. Jeff, a 1983 graduate of the dental school is part owner of a group dental practice with offices in seven states.

EARLIER.... JUNE 2012....from The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: A Marquette University School of Dentistry alumnus will donate $1 million toward the school's 40,000-square-foot expansion in Milwaukee. Dr. Rick Kushner's $1 million gift will help create a fifth clinic within the School of Dentistry, to be named the Comfort Dental clinic. Kushner, a 1977 graduate of the School of Dentistry, founded Comfort Dental, a franchise of 100 clinics in 10 states that provide affordable dental care.

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