Survivor changed by 9/11 terror attacks donates millions to make music dreams come true

Southern Connecticut State University professor Walter Stutzman donated $3 million to his school in gratitude for surviving the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.

Stutzman told Pam McLoughlin of the New Haven Register, “I remember thinking that if 9/11 had been my last day on earth, what had I done to leave the world a better place? I believe that helping people to enjoy and understand music is a worthy goal.”

He changed careers from technology to music after surviving the attacks. He is also a trustee of the Stutzman Family Foundation.

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