SDSU Renames Business Administration Building after Former Dean and Wife

Legendary Hepner Hall at San Diego Condition University. Image by Chris Jennewein San Diego Condition

Legendary Hepner Hall at San Diego Condition University. Image by Chris Jennewein

San Diego Condition University Tuesday renamed its Training and Company Administration Building as Lamden Hall in honor of the late Charles W. Lamden, a previous accounting division chair and company dean, and his wife, Gertrude “Trudy” Lamden.

“Charles W. Lamden served as a mentor to hundreds of San Diego State University students and colleagues in excess of a interval of 45 many years,” stated SDSU President Adela de la Torre and Adrienne D. Vargas, vice president for university relations and advancement, in a joint assertion.

“Lamden Corridor serves to both equally realize and maintain the memory, legacy and numerous philanthropic contributions the Lamden family made in services to the college.

“The naming also acknowledges the lots of contributions Charles W. Lamden manufactured to his subject, his students and to increased education,” the statement study.

The university is preparing a celebration on Nov. 17 to be held in honor of Lamden, and to rejoice the renaming of the developing.