Meet Our Legacy Supporters
Generosity, commitment, foresight
Meet, below, the thoughtful and generous people whose legacy gifts bring hope to others. They are engaged in life and connected to their communities.
Read: Physicians and their legacy gifts
- Carl Mehlhop, a successful financial consultant, chose his IRA to provide income for his family and CPMC.
- Milton J. Mosk, an enthusiastic advocate for organizations he appreciates, likes his charitable gift annuities.
- Floyd Firenze feels he is cared for like family, especially following an unexpected call from his doctor.
- Josephine Markovich, a retired teacher, assigned gift annuities to support areas meaningful to her life.
- As a traveler and active breast cancer survivor, Joye L. Wilson wants others to benefit from her varied legacy gifts.
- Edward Dodge’s gift annuity connects his giving to his late wife Marge and her volunteer work at CPMC.
- After successful cancer treatment, Bryan Hemming felt grateful and funded a cancer center for other patients.
- Board member Charles La Follette recognized sound management and a worthy mission with his bequest.
- In gratitude for the compassionate care his family received, Robert T. Devlin established a two-life gift annuity.
- Information Desk volunteer Ruth Nolte now watches families come to the OB center she helped fund.
- After military service, teaching and managing, Lt. Col. Bob Sweeney wanted to do more for his favorite causes.
- Theresa Fisichella Claassen gives back for reasons rooted in health care and her family.
- John D. Friedlander’s philanthropy reflects his allegiances to loved ones.
- Helene and George Ettelson's generosity exemplified their commitment to community and family.