The Hebert Family has been so blessed during our years at Thomas More College, now Thomas More University. Since arriving in 1975, this community has embraced our family in so many different ways that it is now our home. Both of our daughters are alumnae of Thomas More and our eldest grandchild is currently a sophomore. Ray has served in many roles at TMC/TMU over these past 43 years, as a professor in the history department, as chair of history, international studies and political science, as director of the James Graham Brown Honors Program, as director of the Gemini Dual Credit program, as director of faculty development, as vice president for academic a airs and dean of the college, as interim dean of students, and most recently as the executive director of the William T. (Bill) Robinson III Institute for Religious Liberty. In each of these roles we have seen the value and lasting impact of a liberal arts education. The mission and vision of the College, now University, have helped develop and grow the Northern Kentucky community. The faculty and staff work tirelessly to provide a quality education and are highly committed community members, good neighbors, and valued friends.
In the spirit of these relationships, we wanted to establish a lasting memory of our years here at omas More. We believe that a financial gift was a meaningful way to show support. In discussion with the Institutional Advancement staff, the Dr. Raymond G. Hebert Scholarship Fund was founded. It was made possible through a planned investment as the best vehicle to sustain our gift through the years. We can think of no greater way to honor the memories and the tremendous gifts that Thomas More has given us than with this opportunity to use a portion of our legacy to help future Thomas More University students access a quality education and values-based college experience.