The Bone Zones crew has always been great about sending me copies of their photos from various events with Dr. Bill Bass. As an added bonus, they often get Dr. Bass to sign the pictures. Two envelopes arrived in the mail the other day. One was from Bone Zones and contained a picture from the most recent “Dinner with the Bone Doctor.” Proceeds from the dinner went to the Dr. William M. Bass III Forensic Anthropology Center building fund. The letter in the other envelope was a very pleasant surprise from the University of Tennessee.
I am writing to notify you that a gift to the William M. Bass Forensic Anthropology Center in the Department of Anthropology has been made in your honor by Susan Seals and Bone Zones.
As you know, private gifts are a key factor in the continuing quest for excellence in academic programs such as Forensic Anthropology. Additionally, these gifts afford educators and future scientists the opportunity to maintain a level of excellence while ensuring that the best and brightest minds can gather to teach, study, and conduct research.
Again, congratulations for this worthwhile and deserving donor recognition.
Director of Development
College of Arts and Sciences
The University of Tennessee