BofA honors Terrence Laughlin, late vice chair and Pittsburgh native, makes $2M gift to Pitt

//BofA honors Terrence Laughlin, late vice chair and Pittsburgh native, makes $2M gift to Pitt

BofA honors Terrence Laughlin, late vice chair and Pittsburgh native, makes $2M gift to Pitt

Bank of America Corp. honored Terrence Laughlin, its late vice chairman of wealth management businesses, with $2.5 million in gifts to the University of Pittsburgh and St. Francis University. Laughlin, a Pittsburgh native, passed away last October at age 63. BofA (NYSE:BAC) announced on Tuesday: A $2 million gift by the Bank of America Charitable Foundation to Pitt, establishing the Terrence Laughlin Chair in Finance. Laughlin earned his MBA from Pitt’s Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business…

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