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Ken Yahne, JD'68

Ken Yahne JD’68

Retired in 2003 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, after 35 years with Lincoln National Life Insurance Co.; President of the St. Mary’s Church Finance Committee

“I never envisioned providing an endowment to a public educational institution until I had a series of discussions with Brian Kearney of the IU Foundation [now major gifts officer at Indiana Law] and Dean Lauren Robel. They sensed our sentiment about trying to help those in need, and so they suggested some form of endowment that would be available to reward senior-level law students in the form of tuition assistance if they agreed to engage in public assistance work for some period of time after graduation.”

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