Frank Stapleton, CPS ’89 I joined the Regis University community in 1985 and am still proud of the student body and energy the University has today. When I started my Master of Business Administration at Regis, I was a veteran working two jobs – one as a Company Commander in a maintenance unit for the Colorado Army National Guard, and the other for the Federal Supply Service of the U.S. General Services Administration. I knew a master’s degree would give me an edge to receive a promotion to Colonel and Regis was the best option to help me achieve that goal. Not only was I able to get my MBA, but I also enjoyed the ethics class and spirited discussions with other students in the classroom while applying those teachings to my jobs on a daily basis. As an alumnus and financial contributor to this institution, I believe in the student population, in Father Fitzgibbons and in the Strategic Plan. In my eyes, Regis is a worthwhile investment, and that is why I give my time and money to support the University and its students. I have established a scholarship in my parent’s name and another scholarship will continue my legacy and the opportunity for a Regis education after I am gone. I give back because I want others to experience the wholesome education and community that I have enjoyed throughout the years. Frank Stapleton is one of the nearly 4,400 Regis University donors who made contributions and commitments in 2013-14 totaling $6.2 million. THANK YOU, Frank and every member of the Regis community who gives back to Regis services, programs, scholarships and students each year.