BY ERIC JUDGE ’97
NORWICH RECORD | Spring 2022
It’s been 25 years since I graduated from Norwich, and I am still closely connected to my classmates—regardless of the how great the distance is or how much time has passed since our last visit. Those relationships were built on the Hill and have continued to grow over the years.
So I give in hopes that my contribution will help another student have access to this unique place and that will allow them to build the same lasting friendships that I am so grateful to have. I give so that each year the campus, athletic, and academic programs will be a little better off for the next class to enjoy and to provide those students with the resources needed to fulfill their goals and dreams. I give because the years spent at Norwich had a significantly positive impact in who I am today—the opportunities, the experiences, the memories, and certainly, the stories. I give because it allows me to continue to feel connected to the Hill, even from 2,500 miles away. I give, because if alumni prior to us didn’t, I wouldn’t have had the ability to attend Norwich.
Eric Judge is the director of capital markets operations for MUFG Union Bank and serves on the Board of Fellows for the School of Business at Norwich. He lives in Gilbert, Arizona, with his wife, Ivy, and daughters, Jordyn and Ashlynne. Eric is a Lifetime, Annual, and 10-year Garrison Associates Member of the Partridge Society.