Marquette Dental School Gets $1 Million Gift

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Friday, August 17, 2012

A dentist and his wife who met during freshman orientation at Marquette University in 1975 have pledged $1 million to their alma mater's campaign to build a 40,000-square-foot expansion of the Marquette School of Dentistry.

Jeff and Beth Moos of Mondovi made the gift to the school's Building for the Future campaign, Marquette announced Wednesday.

Jeff Moos, a 1983 graduate of the dental school and 1979 biology graduate, is part owner and CEO of Midwest and Mountain Dental, a group dental practice with offices in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, New Mexico and Colorado. He also acts as Midwest Dental's chief dental officer, directing and guiding patient care and clinical services.

Beth Moos, a 1979 Marquette University physical therapy graduate, practices at Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire.

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