Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Kleberg Bank strengthens scholarship fund named in honor of Mildred Chiuminatto

KINGSVILLE - February 07, 2007

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Texas A&M University-Kingsville hosted a luncheon Monday in the Founders’ Room honoring Kleberg First National Bank and bank retiree Mildred Chiuminatto of Kingsville. The bank recently strengthened a scholarship fund at the university named in honor of Chiuminatto. Currently endowed at $30,000, the Kleberg Bank-Mildred Chiuminatto Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 1991 and provides scholarship support that is open to deserving students in all colleges. “I can’t think of a better way for the bank to use its money than to provide scholarships to students at Texas A&M-Kingsville,” Chiuminatto said at the luncheon. Pictured with the framed proclamations presented by the university to Chiuminatto and the bank are, from left to right, Chiuminatto’s daughter Rosalie Chiuminatto Means of Waukesha, Wisc.; Chiuminatto; University President Rumaldo Z. Juárez, Ph.D.; Kleberg Bank President Joe Henkel; and Mildred Chiuminatto’s son and daughter-in-law, Kleberg County Judge Martin J. Chiuminatto Jr. and Mary Chiuminatto of Kingsville.

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