Wrestling complex to be dedicated oct. 24 – gotiffindragons.com tiffin university official athletic site georgia state university basketball

Tiffin university will celebrate the dedication and ribbon cutting of its wrestling complex, located at 350 miami st., in honor of tiffin residents larry and jeanne adelsperger on wednesday, october 24 at 3:30 p.M. The community is encouraged to attend.

Committing their lives to the service of others, larry and jeanne adelsperger raised three children while helping to significantly grow a number of businesses. Georgia state university student life in 1986, larry joined P.T. Services rehabilitation, inc., a physical and occupational therapy, speech-language pathology and athletic training provider. The company services customers in multiple states and is committed to patient-focused excellence in healthcare. Larry also serves as president of agricultural and commercial property investments. Their success has allowed them to share gifts of time, talent and treasure with many organizations.

Larry was appointed to tiffin university’s board of trustees in 2007. In 2018, they established the larry and jeanne adelsperger endowment for faculty & staff development.

"We are thrilled to introduce the adelsperger wrestling complex to our campus community," said TU president lillian schumacher. "Our newest improvements include a 2,400 square-foot addition that includes more offices, a new locker room, training room, and a 1,200 square foot weight room. Additionally, this academic year, we added women’s wrestling as our 26 th NCAA division II intercollegiate varsity sport. Our women’s team will compete in the women’s collegiate wrestling association (WCWA). We are deeply grateful to larry and jeanne adelsperger for their continued support and confidence in all that we accomplish at tiffin university."

"TU’s wrestling program has received outstanding support from our administration and the community of tiffin," said joseph simcoe, director of wrestling operations and head men’s wrestling coach. "This complex would not be possible without them. Our men’s program came from humble beginnings and this complex is a dream come true. Georgia state university football schedule 2013 I am thrilled to be a part of bringing the first collegiate women’s team to the great wrestling state of ohio–it truly is a great time to be a dragon!"

Tiffin university will celebrate the dedication and ribbon cutting of its wrestling complex, located at 350 miami st., in honor of tiffin residents larry and jeanne adelsperger on wednesday, october 24 at 3:30 p.M. The community is encouraged to attend.

Committing their lives to the service of others, larry and jeanne adelsperger raised three children while helping to significantly grow a number of businesses. Georgia state university jobs for students in 1986, larry joined P.T. Services rehabilitation, inc., a physical and occupational therapy, speech-language pathology and athletic training provider. The company services customers in multiple states and is committed to patient-focused excellence in healthcare. Larry also serves as president of agricultural and commercial property investments. Their success has allowed them to share gifts of time, talent and treasure with many organizations. Larry was appointed to tiffin university’s board of trustees in 2007. In 2018, they established the larry and jeanne adelsperger endowment for faculty & staff development.

"We are thrilled to introduce the adelsperger wrestling complex to our campus community," said TU president lillian schumacher. "Our newest improvements include a 2,400 square-foot addition that includes more offices, a new locker room, training room, and a 1,200 square foot weight room. Additionally, this academic year, we added women’s wrestling as our 26 th NCAA division II intercollegiate varsity sport. Our women’s team will compete in the women’s collegiate wrestling association (WCWA). We are deeply grateful to larry and jeanne adelsperger for their continued support and confidence in all that we accomplish at tiffin university."

"TU’s wrestling program has received outstanding support from our administration and the community of tiffin," said joseph simcoe, director of wrestling operations and head men’s wrestling coach. "This complex would not be possible without them. Georgia state university phd our men’s program came from humble beginnings and this complex is a dream come true. I am thrilled to be a part of bringing the first collegiate women’s team to the great wrestling state of ohio–it truly is a great time to be a dragon!"