After graduating from IUP with a Bachelor of Science degree in business management, Dennis Stover earned a master of business administration degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Dennis is now a certified public accountant and a certified cash manager.
After a short career in public accounting, Dennis began working at Mellon Bank, now BNY Mellon. Over the years Dennis worked in finance, cash management, network services, Mellon Ecommerce, and ended his Mellon career as a first vice president in the Mellon Lab, a new business incubation unit. Launching a Health Savings Account (HSAs) product in the Mellon Lab led to a position as senior vice president and manager of Corporate Development at HealthEquity, Inc., an HSA startup business.
Dennis previously served on the Corporate Development Committee and Alumni Council at IUP. He is chair of the finance council and a member of the pastoral council at Our Lady of Grace Parish. Dennis served as chair of the Church Festival Committee and the Fish Fry Committee for many years. Now retired, he volunteers 25 hours a week managing the finances of the Parish and coordinating capital improvement projects.
Dennis is an ancient and modern history enthusiast. He audits several college classes each year on a wide range of historical topics. He and Regina travel extensively in the United States and Canada and cruised to six of the seven continents.
Together, Dennis and Regina established endowed scholarship funds at IUP as well as at the University of Pittsburgh, Carlow University, and Our Lady of Grace School. They also completed funding to support a business speakers series at IUP. Both Dennis and Regina strongly believe their commitment to lifelong learning contributed significantly to their success and happiness. They are pleased to be able to help others achieve success.