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‘A very unusual’ librarian donated his entire $4 million estate to his university upon his death — and it spent $1 million on a football scoreboard

Robert Morin

A University of New Hampshire librarian, who spent a lifetime living frugally, surprised the school by donating his entire estate — worth $4 million.

But then UNH decided to allocate only $100,000 to the library, $2.5 million to a career center, and $1 million to a new video scoreboard at the football stadium, The Washington Post reported.

Robert Morin, who died a little over a year ago, graduated from UNH in 1963 and worked in the school’s Dimond Library as a cataloger for nearly 50 years, according to UNH.

Morin lived alone, spent little of his income on himself, and read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com