“Curiosity is what distinguishes us from the cabbages:” 110th Anniversary of Preserving and Sharing Scudder Family History By Margery Boyden, Scudder Association Foundation Historian, © Scudder Association Foundation, 2022 A group of Scudders, who with a sense for...
We at the Scudder Association Foundation, would like to express our deepest sympathies to our British relatives and friends regarding the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. The British Commonwealth was blessed to have a truly unique and historic individual, a force to be reckoned with.
"Emunah" Scudder Memorial Newsletter Vol 1 Issue 4 - July - August 2022 I would like to thank the Editorial team and others who contributed to the making of this issue of the newsletter. Please enjoy this next issue focusing on the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial...
CMC Vellore Videos by Jack Gillmar - Scudder Association Foundation Board Member "I have researched CMC on youtube.com where there are lots of good videos on CMC. These four that I have screened and attached below make a very nice set." Jack- Gillmar Our...
I would like to thank the Editorial team and others who contributed to the making of this issue of the newsletter. Please enjoy this next issue focusing on the Department of COMMUNITY MEDICINE. Dr C. Anbu Suresh Rao
The first Scudders to Hawaii grew up in India in the 1860s and 70s. As children of the second generation of American Scudder Protestant missionaries in British India, their parents were doctors and teachers offering alternatives to the Hindu caste system and Islamic fundamentalism with the teachings of Jesus. Scudder involvement in India continues to this day.
We would like to share a review of this book written by one of our ‘distant’ cousins and current Foundation Board Director. living in Wiesbaden, Germany. David T. Fisher
2020 was the year that set Scottie Scheffler’s career into overdrive. He tied for fourth at the PGA Championship, shot 12-under 59 at The Northern Trust, and was named the 2020 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year. It’s also no coincidence 2020 was the year he married his high school sweetheart, who just so happens to be a Scudder.
Tanks are again menacing, and bombs are falling, and people are again fighting for their liberties or fleeing for their lives. Images recall horrific pasts, giving clarity to present chaos, reminding of millions who have fought for freedom or have been refugees in search of freedom.
Gail Halvorsen, the Berlin Candy Bomber, dies Feb. 16, 2022: A Scudderoid” Whose Notable Legacy Began with Two Sticks of Gum. Lt. Gail Halvorsen, the Candy Bomber, gave hope and love to starving German children during the 1948 Berlin Airlift to counteract the Soviet blockade
Good evening, everyone. I am very glad that you are participating in this second virtual Annual Meeting of the Membership of The Scudder Association Foundation, Inc. after another extremely challenging year. A warm welcome to all the Members who are not Board Members and are participating by telephone. You may use the chat feature to send a message. Alternatively, if you wish to address the meeting you may signal the meeting supervisor, and we will activate your microphone. Please wait until the end of the presentations to do this.
To those who have provided support, we thank you. We reached our matching gift challenge of $20,000 but it’s not over yet! We are still accepting donations until Christmas. After Ida Scudder bore witness to the deaths of three expectant mothers in 1894, she determined, “I could not bear to think of these young girls as dead…I must go home and study medicine and come back to India to help such women.”