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Clovis Couple Gives $10,000 to SWOSU College of Pharmacy

February 7, 2008

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David and Debbie Lansford of Clovis, N.M., recently contributed $10,000 to the SWOSU College of Pharmacy in Weatherford. The donation is part of the SWOSU College of Pharmacy $1 million FOCUS campaign, which includes raising money for academic program enrichment, scholarships and the College of Pharmacy's museum.

David and Debbie Lansford of Clovis, N.M., have given $10,000 to the Southwestern Oklahoma State University College of Pharmacy in Weatherford.

David Lansford, a 1982 graduate of SWOSU, is self-employed with Roden-Smith Pharmacy in Clovis. He also is in his third term as mayor of the City of Clovis.

The donation is part of the SWOSU College of Pharmacy $1 million FOCUS campaign, which includes raising money for academic program enrichment, scholarships and the College of Pharmacy’s museum.

“After 25 years in pharmacy it has become increasingly clear that the profession has been rewarding in many different ways,” Lansford said. “It is time for me to give back to the SWOSU College of Pharmacy. This is a small way for me to say ‘thank you’ and at the same time help others who chose the profession of pharmacy as a way to serve their fellow man.”

Lansford has been mayor of Clovis since 1996. He has been active in United Way, Clovis Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs Committee and chairman of the Eastern New Mexico Rural Water Authority.

He and wife Debbie have four children—Matthew, Micah, Marissa and Miles.

For information about giving to the SWOSU College of Pharmacy, call Patti Harper at the SWOSU College of Pharmacy Alumni and Development Office at (580) 774-3190 or the SWOSU Pharmacy Foundation at (580) 774-3191. 

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