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The Goodno Society

“I asked Mrs. Goodno what inspired her to keep giving all those years,” said Dean Doug Shackelford, “And she replied, ‘Well you keep sending me those envelopes.’"

“I asked Mrs. Goodno what inspired her to keep giving all those years,” said Dean Doug Shackelford, “And she replied, ‘Well you keep sending me those envelopes.’"

“I asked Mrs. Goodno what inspired her to keep giving all those years,” said Dean Doug Shackelford, “And she replied, ‘Well you keep sending me those envelopes.’ If only it was that easy with everyone.”

“I do rely on those envelopes,” said Goodno.

UNC Kenan-Flagler’s giving society is named in honor of Ann Christian Goodno (BSCOM ’45), who has been supporting the Business School for 70 years. Goodno is the School’s longest-living consecutive donor, according to UNC Kenan-Flagler’s records. She celebrated the 70th year of her graduation from UNC Kenan-Flagler on Oct. 26, 2015 and was recognized at the Triangle Alumni Reception on Oct. 28.

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