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Denker, Lee


Clement L. Denker Jr., more commonly known as Lee Denker, became president and CEO of the UNO Alumni Association in 2006. In 2016, UNO Alumni Assocation integrated with the University of Nebraska Foundation. Denker continued his role with as president and CEO UNO Alumni Assocation, now reporting to the president and CEO of the NU Foundation. At that time, he also became the Executive Director of UNO Alumni Engagement for the NU Foundation.

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

1953 OU Megaphone, circa 1949-1953

 Item — Box: 2018-031
Scope and Contents This megaphone is painted black and has “University,” “Omaha,” and “1953” written on it. It is fairly obvious that someone hand-painted these letters and numbers on the megaphone.

Beanie of Douglas F. Lindsey, circa 1940

 Item — Object: Apparel [44]
Scope and Contents Beanie, circa 1940. Black and red freshman beanie of OU student Douglas F. Lindsey. Lindsey’s name is written inside the cap.

Marlin Briscoe #27 University of Omaha football quarterback figurine, circa 2009

 Item — Object: Football [20]
Scope and Contents Marlin Briscoe #27 University of Omaha football quarterback figurine. Box describing item as action figure not included. Plastic figure is painted gold, with a wash of black paint to highlight details. A white plastic advertisement is broken off the base. A sticker on the bottom of the base identifies the manufacture date as 2009.

Mav Monument Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UNO-0155
Content Description The collection is composed of materials from proposed Mav Monument prototypes including three small clay bull figurines. Also included are and a variety of artist's renderings portraying the proposed Mav Monument statues and site.

UNO Centennial Medal, Ring, and Lapel Pins, circa 2008

 File — Box: Centennial [5]
Scope and Contents UNO Centennial Medal, Ring, and Lapel Pins, circa 2008. Commemorative medal, men’s ring, and two lapel pins from the University of Nebraska at Omaha centennial. All items were in a display box designed for the medal.