Ways to Give

    Ed Stevens

    You are here

    Ed StevensGrowing up on Long Island, New York, I visited Dean with a family friend. I liked what I saw, so I applied and was accepted. As I reflect on my days at Dean in the early 1960s I can state as fact that any subsequent success—whether in academics, career, or dealing with life’s challenges—is directly a result of my Dean experience. The instructors and their willingness to invest countless hours to ensure that all Dean students have the opportunity to achieve their academic and personal goals still resonates with me to this day.

    In the spirit of “pay it forward,” I have included Dean in my estate planning.

    Now retired, Ed Stevens worked for the US Department of Defense as a Senior Budget Analyst. He was the recipient of the Business School prize at Dean and graduated magna cum laude.

     

     

    • Alumni Donor Video

    • Dorothy and Glendon Horne Residence Hall

      Dean College's newest residence hall is Horne Hall, a 32,000 square-foot hall revealed in 2012 named after Glendon Horne '31 and his wife Dorothy. The suite-style building houses 122 Dean College upperclassmen. Details »