"Penn has been very fortunate to have had someone with Steve Golding's skills, energy and commitment to accept the many and varied challenges of reshaping the institution's core administrative functions over the past several years," Mr. Fry said. "Under his leadership, Penn has made significant progress in rethinking administrative services and the role his areas of responsibility played in delivering those services."
Mr. Golding said that he "has been very, very fortunate" to work with a group of talented and dedicated people, adding that "the administrative changes made during my tenure are the direct result of these people and their commitment to making Penn a leader in administrative service design."
"Penn," he said, "is an outstanding institution, and my six years here have been personally rewarding, but Miller Anderson and Morgan Stanley offer me a tremendous opportunity by creating this new position as they build a new asset management company and give me the chance to be integrally involved in its growth and development."
Volume 43 Number 30
April 15, 1997
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