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Frank A. DeMarco

Frank A. DeMarco, his son Dan, and daughter Terry Frank A. DeMarco, his son Dan, and daughter Terry react to a speech during a lab naming ceremony in Frank’s honour on May 28, 2016, in the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation. Former colleagues and students, friends, UWindsor staff, and members of his family donated $100,000 to the university’s engineering and science faculties in honour of Dr. DeMarco’s illustrious career.

First dean of engineering celebrates centennial birthday

Retired professor, coach, athletic director, dean, and inaugural vice-president Frank DeMarco will celebrate his 100th birthday Sunday.

Mehrdad Saif, Frank A. DeMarco, president Alan Wildeman, and Carl St. PierreDean of engineering Mehrdad Saif, Frank A. DeMarco, president Alan Wildeman, and Carl St. Pierre pose at a lab naming ceremony May 28 at the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation.

Former UWindsor leader still making an impact

Although Frank A. DeMarco, a man of many hats, officially left his last UWindsor role 30 years ago, he continues to propel the University of Windsor forward.

The former UWindsor professor, researcher, coach, first dean of engineering, inaugural vice president and now, professor emeritus, was honoured on May 28 at the University of Windsor by former colleagues and students, friends, staff and members of his family, who donated $100,000 to the University’s engineering and science faculties in honour of his illustrious career.