Former UD president recovering after receiving liver transplant

Dr. Dan Curran, who served as president for 14 years at the University of Dayton, has received a liver transplant.

“Dr. Curran did receive a liver transplant Friday. We are all continuing to pray for his full recovery,” said UD spokespeson Cilla Shindell.

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Last week, current UD president Eric Spina said in an email to faculty, students and staff that Curran had suffered from liver disease for about a decade. .

“Dan Curran feels a deep and profound affection for the University of Dayton and each member of our community,” Spina wrote in the email. “I ask you all to join me now in returning that deep affection with your thoughts and prayers for Dr. Dan and his family.”

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