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Feeleys expand family scholarship

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Edmund J. (BSE NAME ’82) and Maryellen Feeley have contributed an additional $200,000 to the already established Feeley Family Endowed Scholarship Fund. The gift will receive a $50,000 match from the University’s Michigan Matching Initiative for Student Support. The scholarship provides need-based support to out-of-state undergraduate Engineering students, focusing on underserved students.

Mr. Feeley is managing director of Littlejohn & Co., LLC, a private-equity firm. The Feeleys reside in Greenwich, Connecticut.

This story was written by Byron Roberts.

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