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Dean Mead Donates $100K for STEM Education

The Dean Mead law firm donated $100,000 to Florida Tech’s Create the Future capital campaign. Kimberly Rezanka, managing shareholder at Dean Mead, presented the check at the firm’s 25th anniversary reception Jan. 28 at its new Viera office. The money will be used to help fund students studying STEM disciplines.

“We are appreciative of the firm in general, and Mason Blake in particular, for this generous gift to support student scholarships,” said Florida Tech President and CEO Anthony J. Catanese. “Creating endowed opportunities for students to earn their education is an important component of our Create the Future $100

From left, Robert J. Naberhaus III, Claudia Haines Jones, Managing Partner Kimberly B. Rezanka, Florida Tech President and CEP Anthony J. Catanese, Laura Minton Young and R. Mason Blake.

From left, Robert J. Naberhaus III, Claudia Haines Jones, Managing Partner Kimberly B. Rezanka, Florida Tech President and CEP Anthony J. Catanese, Laura Minton Young and R. Mason Blake.

million capital campaign—and Dean Mead is helping to make that dream a reality.”

Rezanka, noting the 20-year relationship between the Florida Tech and Dean Mead,  said, “Many of us have deep roots in the Space Coast and are passionate about giving back to our community and helping the next generation succeed. This donation will bring additional opportunities to STEM students, and we hope to continue to support the institute and its mission for many years to come.”

 

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