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HomeVestors of America has created the Ken D'Angelo Foundation to honor the company's late founder, who passed away in early 2005 following a brief battle with bile duct cancer. The foundation initiated its fundraising efforts with a special gala in August to raise money for bile duct cancer research and to establish a scholarship fund that will assist individuals pursuing academic studies in entrepreneurship, real estate or franchising. The foundation will donate funds to the Mayo Foundation's bile duct cancer research program, in Rochester, Minn.
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Title Annotation:Ken D'Angelo Foundation formed in honor of the founder
Publication:Franchising World
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Sep 1, 2005
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