On Tuesday, September 11, Immaculata University dedicated its newest building in honor of Lillian P. Lettiere, mother of an alumna and Immaculata Board Member, Barbara Lettiere. Barbara Lettiere donated $1 million for the building to be named after her mother. The building houses the admissions and financial aid departments.
Lettiere said, “The new Financial Aid and Admissions building is a great way to make a favorable and welcoming impression on new student prospects.”
During the ceremony, Lettiere noted that her mother was very influential and supportive in her decision to attend Immaculata. Father Christopher Rogers, chaplain, gave a blessing and Sister R. Patricia Fadden, president of Immaculata thanked Lettiere for her generous donation.
Since graduating from Immaculata University in 1972, Lettiere has engaged in a successful business career beginning at Bell Atlantic Corporation where she eventually became president of Bell Atlantic Federal Systems. She earned her Master of Arts from the University of Notre Dame and her MBA from Rider University.
Immaculata University is a comprehensive, Catholic, coeducational institution of higher education, located on the Main Line between Malvern and Exton, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.