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Benefactors

Photo of the ten benefactors of Boston College

Back Row: Robert Winston, Gloria Clough, Dean Andy Boynton, University President William P. Leahy, S.J., Charles Clough, Former University Provost Bert Garza

Front Row: Judy Winston, Inaugural Clough Colloquium guest speaker David McCullough, Monever and Norman Chambers

 

Robert ’60 and Judy Winston

Former Clough Colloquium guest speaker Jon Huntsman with Bob and Judy Winston

Bob Winston is a retired senior vice president and director of American Funds Distributors. Originally from Dedham, MA he attended Boston College graduating with a degree in Economics and joined the United States Army as a Distinguished Military Graduate and was promoted to Captain. Bob received an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh in 1965 and moved with Judy to California to begin a successful career in the securities industry.

Pictured: Former Clough Colloquium guest speaker Jon Huntsman with Bob and Judy Winston

Bob has enjoyed a close association with Boston College for over 50 years. In addition to serving the University as a trustee, he served as class marshal for his class’s 25th reunion and was a gift committee member for his class’s 40th and 45th reunions.  He is also a member of the President’s Circle Committee and was co-chair for Southern California during Boston College’s Ever to Excel Campaign. Upon retirement, he spent three years on campus offering career guidance to over 500 students and alumni. He also received Boston College’s most prestigious alumni honor, the William V. McKenney ’15 Award and the James F. Cleary ’50 Master Fund Raising Award.

Judy is a graduate of Merrimack College and has taught high school in Massachusetts and California. Bob and Judy now split their time between California and Massachusetts and attend many of the Center’s programs each year.

 

Charles ’64 and Gloria Clough MDiv ’90 MS’96

Chuck and Gloria Clough with former Clough Colloquium guest speaker Andrew Ross Sorkin

Chuck Clough serves as chairman, portfolio manager, and CEO of Clough Capital Partners, LP, an investment firm he founded in January 2000. Chuck graduated from Boston College Magna Cum Laude in 1964 and went on to earn his MBA from the University of Chicago. Gloria Clough earned her MS from the Boston College Connell Graduate School of Nursing in 1996, and recently retired from a career as a psychiatric nurse specialist in both a hospital setting and private practice. Three of Chuck and Gloria’s four grandchildren have attended and graduated from Boston College.

Pictured: Chuck and Gloria Clough with former Clough Colloquium guest speaker Andrew Ross Sorkin

Chuck was elected to the Boston College Board of Trustees in 1994 and served as the board's chairman from 1999 until 2002. In 2010 Chuck received the James F. Cleary ’50, H’93 Masters Award for his lifetime of service to Boston College, which includes 17 years as a trustee and as a co-chair of the Light the World campaign.

Chuck and Gloria continue to play an active part in the Winston Center as well as other areas on campus.

 

Norman MBA’82 and Monever Chambers

Former Chambers Lecture Series Speaker Tom Brokaw with Monever and Norm Chambers

Norm Chambers is chairman, CEO and president of NCI Building Systems, Inc. which he joined in April 2004. Norm has held many senior level positions over the years including president and COO of Comfort Systems USA, Inc., and senior vice president and president at Halliburton Company.

After attending Springfield College where Norm earned his BA, he went on to the Boston College Carroll Graduate School of Management for his MBA, completing it in 1982.

Pictured: Former Chambers Lecture Series Speaker Tom Brokaw with Monever and Norm Chambers

Based on his 35 years of experience in engineering and construction management, Norm served on the Board of Trustees for Springfield College from 2005 to 2011. Also, in 2011, Norm was appointed director of the Business Executives for National Security and named as chairman of the Let’s Rebuild America Council of the US Chamber of Commerce.

Norm and Monever currently reside in Boxford, MA with their two children.

 

If you would like to make a contribution to help support The Winston Center, please contact Renee DeCesare at 617-552-2234.