People in Freeman History

Morton Aldrich
Founder of the School of Commerce and first dean, 1914-1939

William Burkenroad, Jr. (Class of 1923)
Chairman of J. Aron & Co., a leading coffee imports company. Honored in the names of the Burkenroad Reports, Burkenroad Center for Ethics, and the Burkenroad Atrium in Goldring/Woldenberg Hall I.

Alfred B. Freeman
New Orleans entrepreneur and owner of Louisiana Coca-Cola Bottling Co.

Richard W. Freeman (Class of 1934)
Civic leader, member of Tulane Board of Administrators, Vice-Chair of Louisiana Coca-Cola, former Chairman of Delta Airlines. Honored in the name of the Freeman School of Business.

Stephen Goldring and Malcolm Woldenberg
New Orleans entrepreneurs and founders of Magnolia Marketing Co. Honored in the names of numerous Tulane buildings including the business complex.

Frank B. Stewart, Jr. (Class of 1957)
Chairman of Stewart Enterprises, Inc. Honored in the name of the Stewart Center of Executive Education.

 

 

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