Kepple Hall Dedication Ceremony

On Oct. 27, 2017, John Dale ’54 and Irene Miller Dale ’58, along with Tom and Pat Kepple, were recognized during the dedication ceremony for Kepple Hall—Juniata College's new integrated media and studio arts building.

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Earning a liberal arts education means acquiring new and different lenses through which we view the world. For decades, Juniata’s academic excellence has been characterized by courses that stimulate students’ critical thinking and creativity. From courses like Great Epochs and Modes of Thought to current cultural analysis offerings, our College empowers students and alumni to think in news ways to build lives of meaning and happiness.

The Tom and Pat Kepple Integrated Media and Studio Arts Building is the latest opportunity for individuals to help create something at Juniata to build on the educational empowerment for which Juniata is known.

Read the article about John and Irene Dale and The Kepple IMSA Building in the fall/winter '16 Juniata magazine.
We would like to thank the following alumni and friends who have generously supported this project:
Founding Benefactors:
  • John Dale ’54 and Irene Miller Dale ’58
  • The George I. Alden Trust
  • Annette Reeder Bair ’93 & Christopher Bair ’92
  • David Beachley ’77 and Elizabeth Beachley
  • Eric Jensen ’77 and Karen Jensen
  • Thomas and Patricia Kepple
  • Lorraine Patterson Trexler ’70 & Richard Paulhamus '70
Key Supporters:
  • Sarah Young Fisher ’75
  • Sandy Andoniades ’67
  • Susan Romer '68
  • Nancy Wass '62
Lead Contributors:
  • Anne Baker
  • Elizabeth Baker
  • Charles Calderwood
  • Carol Miller Calhoun ’60
  • Mark Conti ’75
  • George Cruser '52 and Susan Cruser
  • Fronie Fanning
  • Abe Finton ’54 & Mitzi Finton
  • Carol Hartman Fleisher ’73 & Gary Fleisher
  • Matthew Newman ‘06
  • James & Jennifer Troha
  • James Woomer Jr. ’60 and Muriel Woomer

Opportunities to give are still available. Please contact Jim Watt, assistant vice president for development and campaign operations, at or 814-641-3110 to make an impact through this project.

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