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Tech letterman gives $1M to Quest for Excellence

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Photo courtesy of Louisiana Tech University Louisiana Tech alumnus Gary Patterson (second from left) made a $1 million gift to the University’s Quest for Excellence capital campaign. He is joined by Tech Athletics Director Bruce Van De Velde, University President Dan Reneau and Quest for Excellence Chair Steve Davison during a luncheon held on campus in his family’s honor.

Gary Patterson remembers vividly how Louisiana Tech and its athletic programs helped shape his life.
And the former Bulldog baseball letter winner hasn’t forgotten.
Patterson — who is the owner of Patterson Forestry Consultants in Ruston — showed his appreciation to his alma mater this week by making a $1 million gift to the Quest for Excellence, the most historic athletics capital campaign in the university’s history geared toward the construction of a 90,000-plus square-foot multipurpose facility in the south end zone of Joe Aillet Stadium.

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