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Trustee of Catholic college served as Planned Parenthood board member, received college's highest honor

Catholic World News - January 25, 2010

A onetime board member of Planned Parenthood of Western New York serves on the board of trustees of an upstate New York Catholic university, according to the university’s web site. Dr. Ellen E. Grant, who joined St. Bonaventure University’s board of trustees in 2001, is also a recipient of the Gaudete Medal, the highest honor bestowed by the university.

Founded by Franciscan friars in 1858, St. Bonaventure University has 2,406 students, 1,932 of them mundergraduates.

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