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WFF Facility Services present gift to ACU

By Floyd Miller



Robert Hardy, president of Witt, Fiala, Flannery and Associates Facility Services, recently presented a gift of $10,000 to Dr. Royce Money, president of Abilene Christian University. {{more}} WFF has provided professional custodial services to ACU since August 1994.In celebration and appreciation of the partnership between WFF and ACU, the facility services company committed to an unrestricted gift each year of the multi-year contract, according to Hardy.”Under the direction of WFF manager Val Mascari, the employees working at ACU have taken on the mission of the university, even though they are not officially our employees,” said Kevin Watson, associate vice president for administrative services at Abilene Christian. “Val and his group are a great reflection of WFF, and we are happy to have them here.”As Hardy presented the gift, he commented on the relationship between his company and the university. “We value ACU as a client more than I can express, and enjoy our relationship,” Hardy said. Mascari, who has worked with ACU since 1994, also expressed his feelings about the partnership. “ACU is the premier example of client partnering — a faculty and staff that embraces the ‘same-team’ philosophy with WFF,” he said. “The bonus is an outstanding student body who always show their appreciation throughout the school year.”

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