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Top economist Don Stammer to fund UNE scholarshipBY MICHELLE BALTAZAR | FRIDAY, 16 JUL 2021 12:39PM
Before he was an investment banker and economist with an enviable career spanning more than half a century, Don Stammer was just a 'Vacy boy' trying to beat the odds. He pays it forward this year with a university scholarship program, held in perpetuity, for his alma mater.
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