Claire and Richard ’43 Kleinhans: Inciting Excellence On and Off the Field
Advancing excellence on the field and in the classroom is at the heart of an endowed scholarship fund created by Claire Kleinhans. The fund gives a shot at success to the next generation of Syracuse superstars by annually supporting a student athlete from any one of Syracuse's 16 varsity teams.
"Although I wasn't a Syracuse University graduate, my husband, Dick, graduated from SU in 1943. Through his eyes, I really saw how much his college years meant to him," Claire Kleinhans says. "I established the Richard C. and Claire B. Kleinhans Athletic Scholarship to give other young people the same opportunity to receive a wonderful education while participating in sports they love. My husband was so proud of his years at Syracuse, and I'm happy to see other students share his experience."
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