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Raymond G. Perelman

President and Chairman

RGP Holdings

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Background Information

Employment History

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Art Museums


President and Chief Executive Officer

Champion Parts Inc


Affiliations

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Elected Trustee


National Museum of American Jewish History

Trustee


Kimmel Center Inc

Board Member


Beth Sholom Congregation

Active Member


10K Wizard

Board Member


University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business

Medicine Trustee


Regional Performing Arts Center

Board Member


Penn Medical Board

Board Member


Albert Einstein Health Center

Board Member


Temple University School of Medicine

Member of the Board of Governors


Penn Medicine

Active Board Member


University of Pennsylvania Medical School

Board of Trustees


Education

University of Pennsylvania


Web References(62 Total References)


ww2.providenthp.com

PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) today announced a $50 million gift from Raymond G. Perelman.
This gift, equal to the largest ever received by CHOP, will directly support a wide range of pediatric research, tackling the toughest and most challenging pediatric illnesses and establishing CHOP as a global center for innovative pediatric study. In recognition of this extraordinary gift for research, CHOP will establish the Raymond G. Perelman Campus, an eight-acre area that will serve as a hub of pediatric research and clinical innovation at CHOP. http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnvar/20150120/170356 "The significant research funding associated with this gift underscores the commitment of Raymond Perelman to world-class pediatric research and medicine," said Mortimer J. Buckley, chair, Board of Trustees at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. "Through his generosity, Mr. Perelman is first and foremost improving the lives of children for generations to come and we will always be grateful for his altruism," he said. "We know first-hand the tremendous resource that CHOP represents to families in the Philadelphia region, across the country and around the world," said Raymond G. Perelman. "This gift will help to ensure that critically important pediatric research, conducted on this campus, remains second to none; in addition to making a tangible difference in the lives of children around the globe for many years to come, it is my hope and expectation that advances in medical research funded by this gift will benefit us all," he said. "The Philadelphia community has long benefited from the generosity and commitment of Raymond Perelman," said Steven M. Altschuler, MD, chief executive officer of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. -- Perelman Endowed Chair in Pediatric Ophthalmology to support a highly About Raymond G. Perelman Raymond G. Perelman was born in Philadelphia, raised in the Feltonville and Olney sections of the city and attended the University of Pennsylvania. After serving in WWII, he began a 50-year career with American Paper Products Co., a family business. He is currently CEO of RGP Holdings. Mr. Perelman has served on many Boards of Directors, and has been active in numerous civic organizations, including: Chairman of the Board for the Philadelphia Museum of Art; Board of Directors for Temple University Hospital, the National Museum of American Jewish History, and the Albert Einstein Health Center. He is Chairman Emeritus of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, an active Board Member of Penn Medicine and Trustee for four foundations awarding millions of dollars in charitable donations each year.


www.postgazette.com

The University of Pennsylvania has received a $225 million gift, the largest in its history, from Raymond G. Perelman and his wife, Ruth, for its medical school, which will be renamed the Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
"I look at it as Penn Medicine gave me a gift," Mr. Perelman said. "They offered me an opportunity to have my name on one of the best medical schools in the country. Mr. Perelman, 93, a trustee of the school, is president and chairman of the board of RGP Holdings Inc., a privately held company with manufacturing, mining and financial interests. Mr. Perelman said he expected the school to expand in the coming years to meet a growing demand for doctors. Dr. Gutmann, who began discussing the gift with Mr. Perelman more than a year ago, said his donation might make that possible.


pennhealth.com [cached]

Raymond G. Perelman and his wife Ruth, have pledged $25 million to name the Center for Advanced Medicine as the Ruth and Raymond Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine.
Since 1992, Raymond Perelman has been President and Chairman of the Board of RGP Holdings, Inc., a privately held holding company comprised of a vast array of manufacturing, mining and financial interests. Mr. Perelman serves as a PENN Medicine Trustee, and is a 1940 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business. Mr. and Mrs. Perelman are Trustees of the Raymond and Ruth Perelman Education Foundation, Inc., which supports Jewish cultural and welfare organizations, as well as arts and history museums and other cultural institutions.


philadelphia.bizjournals.com

The building is named for Raymond G. Perelman, chairman and president of RGP Holdings and a 1940 graduate of Penn's Wharton School of Business, and his wife Ruth.


www.penncancer.org [cached]

It is a fitting tribute to the compassion and generosity of Ruth and Ray Perelman and their loyal and steadfast support for Penn."
Raymond G. Perelman and his wife Ruth pledged $25 million to create the Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine. Mr. Perelman, a PENN Medicine Trustee, is a 1940 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business. Since 1992, he has served as president and chairman of the board of RGP Holdings, Inc., a privately held holding company comprised of various manufacturing, mining and financial interests. Mr. and Mrs. Perelman are Trustees of the Raymond and Ruth Perelman Education Foundation, Inc., which supports Jewish cultural and welfare organizations, as well as art and history museums and other cultural institutions. It is a fitting tribute to the compassion and generosity of Ruth and Ray Perelman and their loyal and steadfast support for Penn." Raymond G. Perelman and his wife Ruth pledged $25 million to create the Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine. Mr. Perelman, a PENN Medicine Trustee, is a 1940 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business. Since 1992, he has served as president and chairman of the board of RGP Holdings, Inc., a privately held holding company comprised of various manufacturing, mining and financial interests. Mr. and Mrs. Perelman are Trustees of the Raymond and Ruth Perelman Education Foundation, Inc., which supports Jewish cultural and welfare organizations, as well as art and history museums and other cultural institutions. It is a fitting tribute to the compassion and generosity of Ruth and Ray Perelman and their loyal and steadfast support for Penn." Raymond G. Perelman and his wife Ruth pledged $25 million to create the Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine. Mr. Perelman, a PENN Medicine Trustee, is a 1940 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business. Since 1992, he has served as president and chairman of the board of RGP Holdings, Inc., a privately held holding company comprised of various manufacturing, mining and financial interests. Mr. and Mrs. Perelman are Trustees of the Raymond and Ruth Perelman Education Foundation, Inc., which supports Jewish cultural and welfare organizations, as well as art and history museums and other cultural institutions.


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