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SCORE Lancaster Receives Grant from Intel® Corporation

May 23, 2010

SCORE Lancaster recently received a grant from Intel Corporation thanks to SCORE Volunteer Bill Regitz an Intel Corporation retiree who rose from Engineering Manager to General Manager.  He was a leader in developing the first high volume Random Access Memory (RAM) chip which replaced computer core memory systems.  An expert in computer memory technology, Bill has authored numerous scientific papers and holds several  patents in field of computer memory technology.   

Intel Corporation supports its retirees (as well as its current employees) by offering annual grants to selected not-for-profit organizations.  These grants are based on total hours of volunteer service that retirees contribute to those organizations.  

SCORE Volunteer Bill Regitz

Bill has been an active  SCORE counselor since 2003 and is also active in board leadership positions with several other not-for-profit organizations in Lancaster County.   

Additionally, he and his wife operate the  Drumore Estate in southern Lancaster County.  Drumore Estate offers event planning as well as catering and it is a spectacular venue for weddings and receptions.  To learn more visit  

SCORE Lancaster quickly put the Intel grant money to work… with the purchase of new HP computer systems featuring Intel Quad Core processors. This new hardware replaced older machines and will enable SCORE counselors to serve their clients more effectively, particularly with the financial forecasting software used most often.  

We are grateful to Bill and to Intel for their support.

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