Preferred Family Healthcare Gifts $15,000 to Bulldog Football Program

A Kirksville company has invested $15,000 in the Truman State University football program.

Preferred Family Healthcare made the gift recently for the purchase of video recording and editing equipment. The new technology will improve the videotaping process of games and practice sessions, and permit advanced analysis and breakdown of tape, resulting in better scouting and game preparation.

“We appreciate Preferred Family Healthcare’s interest and investment in Bulldog football,” said Jerry Wollmering, Truman’s director of athletics. “The new equipment and software will significantly upgrade our video recording technology.”

Michael Schwend, a 1983 graduate of Truman, is the company’s president and Chief Executive Officer. He is a member of the Truman State University Board of Governors.

Truman opens its 2006 football campaign, the third season under Coach Shannon Currier, on Thursday, Aug. 24 at Minnesota State-Mankato.

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