Margaret E. Raynal Memorial Fund
Margaret E. Raynal was a highly admired statewide trainer for the Florida Traffic and Bicycle Safety Education Program in the department of Urban and Regional Planning at UF. Raynal earned a master’s degree in health science education at UF in 1992. She instructed teachers and law enforcement officers in proper bicycle techniques so that they could teach safety to children. She was also a large promoter of bicycle helmet legislation and campaigns that helped establish a law requiring children under the age of 16 to wear helmets.
In 1996, Raynal was killed when a pickup trucked swerved off a road in Clay County, Fla., and collided with her and five other members of the Gainesville Cycling Club. At Raynal’s memorial service a letter from Gov. Lawton Chiles was read which praised her exemplary commitment and character.
Other College of Design, Construction & Planning Giving Opportunities
Design & Planning Career Fair
Jimmie W. Hinze Graduate Scholarship in Construction Safety
City Lab Jacksonville