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Scandling’s gifts noted in story

The many gifts from William F. Scandling to HWS and the University of Rochester were described in a story in the Aug. 30 edition of the Democrat & Chronicle.

“For Hobart and William Smith, he was a giant,” Colleges President Mark Gearan said of Scandling, who died Aug. 22 in Montreal at age 83.

Scandling graduated from Fairport High School before serving in the Army during World War II, after which he attended Hobart College and founded Saga Food Service with two other students.

Read the story, “William Scandling is dead at age 83”.