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Hondros College School of Nursing West Chester Campus Opens New Building; Honors Nursing Administrators
Date:4/1/2009

WEST CHESTER, Ohio, April 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, this past Friday, honoring the new addition to the Hondros College School of Nursing West Chester campus was a proud and exciting moment for Hondros College faculty, staff, and students.

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Linda Hondros, president of Hondros College, provided an inspiring speech and dedication of the West Chester campus buildings. Several West Chester Township Trustees were among those in attendance, and a tour of the new facility followed the ceremony, speech, and dedication.

Linda Hondros dedicated both the original building on the West Chester campus and the new building to two devoted and enthusiastic administrators who are an integral part of the nursing school. The brand new building is dedicated to and named after the associate dean of Hondros College School of Nursing, Kellie Glendon. The original building on the West Chester campus is dedicated to and named after the dean of Hondros College School of Nursing, Dr. Deborah Ulrich.

As Linda Hondros explained in her dedication speech, "These two nursing professionals have helped to lead our nursing program from its inception to now, almost three years later. Their dedication to the quality of the program and how it is delivered every day is so evident and Hondros College School of Nursing would like for their contribution to be forever
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