As their generous gifts and selfless spirits begin to form the Phyfer legacy at Clemson through buildings, programs and scholarships, the Phyfers have already become and will undoubtedly continue to be a key part of Clemson’s future.
There are 493 names etched on the stones that make up Clemson University’s Scroll of Honor – a memorial to the university’s students who died while fighting for their country. And David Lyle knows the stories of all 493 soldiers.
At every stage of life, Brian Dawkins has made a statement. Just as he did when he was on the field, Brian continues to make a statement wherever he goes – but now his impact will take shape through the lives of the students who benefit from his generosity.
Major David Black is leaving a legacy at Clemson through his estate plan, creating an endowment to provide unrestricted support for Clemson’s Army and Air Force/ROTC program.
Claudia received a note explaining the gift on Thanksgiving Day and read it in front her children. She looked at it and all of a sudden, the big smile came and the tears started to flow.
Tripp and Anne Jones have been tailgating in the same spot at Clemson long enough to watch a tree grow up alongside their children and grandchildren, but the length of time they have been a part of the Clemson family barely scratches the surface of their commitment to Clemson.
When it comes to building a career, sharpening razor blades might not be the first thing that comes to mind for most aspiring professionals. But for Martin Lightsey ‘64, that need provided an opportunity that was perfect for his skill set.
If you’re in the right place at the right time, you might catch Gerald Glenn in a certain blue blazer – the one lined in orange that has a tiger paw on the inside. And if you’re lucky, you just might catch him laughing and asking, “Can you tell Clemson is close to my heart?”
Chapmans enable future leaders with Clemson’s first Academic Cornerstone gift.
Erwins’ commitment makes a difference for Clemson University students, faculty and business community.
Gerald and Candice Glenn pledge Cornerstone Gift to Athletics.
Sam’s time at Clemson was filled with happy experiences that he regularly shared with his parents, confirming for them that Sam had made the perfect choice and was right where he belonged. When Sam lost his life in a car accident, the Caddens decided to turn their family tragedy into something meaningful and purposeful.
Recognition societies honor and thank alumni, parents and friends who provide Clemson with a high level of support. Members of these societies enjoy a number of benefits, including invitations to member-only events and special University communications.Cumulative Giving Societies Annual Giving Clubs