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Marquette University Alumni Association

College of Business Administration and Graduate School of Management Recipients

Professional Achievement Award

Margaret Druml BoyleMARGARET DRUML BOYLE, BUS AD '80
Brookfield, Wis.

When a home or business is damaged by fire, water or any host of tragedies, it can have a devastating impact. That’s why Meg is proud to help lead Paul Davis Restoration & Remodeling, which provides emergency relief for property losses nationwide.

As vice president and CFO of Paul Davis Restoration & Remodeling in the Milwaukee area, Meg serves as a leader, visionary and community supporter. Beyond her role in Milwaukee, she also serves as CFO and an executive leader for Paul Davis National, which provides disaster restoration services on large commercial properties across the country.

“With these roles, I enjoy the challenges, variety and national impact my contributions can offer to all the companies as we continue to expand,” Meg says.

In addition to her professional successes, Meg serves on the Marquette University Women’s Council and Divine Savior Holy Angels board of directors. She previously served on the Marquette University High School board of directors and various other positions throughout the community. Additionally, in 2008, she and her business partner and brother, Daniel Druml, Eng ’84, founded the Paul Davis Charitable Fund Inc., a 501(c) (3) organization that supports philanthropy and the progressive efforts of nonprofit organizations.

Of her time at Marquette, Meg says: “Marquette instilled the passion for excellence and service in my life. Life-long friendships and a wonderful husband are all part of my Marquette experience. It is because of my appreciation for Marquette that I continue to be one of the many alumni who supports Marquette through volunteerism, serving on boards and providing ongoing support.”

Fun Facts

Hometown: Brookfield, Wis.

Dream dinner guest: “Pope Francis. Can you imagine dining with such an inspirational person who is changing the world right before our eyes? His humility, courage and acceptance of all people will really transform and unite Christians worldwide.”

Favorite Marquette memory: “1977 national championship and running down Wisconsin Avenue.”