East Stroudsburg University Foundation - Planned Giving

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The 1893 Society Legacy

The 1893 Legacy Society has been established to recognize the thoughtfulness and generosity of alumni and friends who have remembered the East Stroudsburg University Foundation in their estate plans. Through The 1893 Legacy Society, the Foundation has an opportunity to recognize and thank these donors during their lifetimes. This society replaces the Heritage Society, which honors donors who have supported the ESU Foundation through planned gifts. These gifts may be charitable life income agreements benefiting the Foundation; inclusion of the ESU Foundation in the donor's estate plans (bequest gifts); or a variety of other charitable vehicles.

Members of The 1893 Legacy Society provide a bright future for East Stroudsburg University and generations of students. It is through the vision and generosity of The 1893 Legacy Society members that we can fulfill the goal of offering our students the opportunity for self-development, self-expression, leadership and service. Through the years, many alumni who benefited from their education and nurturing relationships with faculty have demonstrated their appreciation for their ESU education through thoughtful and generous planned gifts. These gifts have increased the Foundation's endowment which provides an important source of income to address the University's priorities for scholarship assistance for bright and deserving students, funds for faculty development and opportunities for facility improvements.

For more information on how to provide for the ESU Foundation through your estate plan, please contact us at (570) 422-3333 or email info@esufoundation.org.

1893 Legacy Membership Form

The 1893 Legacy Society recognizes alumni and friends who have included the ESU Foundation in their estate plans. All planned gifts to the ESU Foundation qualify for recognition in the 1893 Legacy Society. This list is effective through June 30, 2016 and includes those members deceased between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016.

Joseph G. Ashcroft* M'77 and Mary B. Whalen '78
John L.C., Jr.* and Mary L. Bachofer
Neil N. M'96 and Gladys Baksh
James R. '05 and Kathryn Barchiesi
James L. Borger '59
Richard N. '60 and Jean M. '89 Brewer
Susan C. Brink '72 M'87
Robert P. Brunet
Jone J. Bush
David S. Campbell*
Gertrude Q. '70 and Bruce A. Denlinger
Jean M. DeSchriver '74
Eugenia S. Eden '72 M'76
Helene L. Eisemann* '46
Bob H. '55 and Louise L. '56 Fabel
Sue C. Falvello '60
Bernice W. Franchino '43
James P. '52 and Barbara A. Frawley
Donna R. Gray '63
Donald L. '56 and Marge E. '59 Griffith
George D. '58 and Harriet D. '56 Hall
Noretta S. Herman '59
Sandra J. Hoeffner
Robert F. Imbt* 1915
Richard and Nancy M. Johnson
Stephen and Gail Kalman
Robert A. '71 and Sandra Kelley
Edward C. Kimes and Faith H. Waters
Constance R. Krick '60 M'65
Hamilton H.T. and Jean C. Lee
Judith A. '76 M'86 and James H. Leiding

Jean E. Lobb* '74
Randy S. '78 and Valerie A. '79 Maugle
Ann E. '82 and Kenton R., Jr. McGinnis
Maury J. Molin '76
Frank M. Montano '69
Clarence J. and Elizabeth Murphy
Patricia S. Neidorf
Sandra O'Neil-Seiler '57
Patricia A. Ori '61
Trudy M. Piatt
Frank M. '73 M'76 and Nancy Pullo
Sara M. Rand '61
Deborah A. Raykovitz '75
Rosina J. Richards '59
Michael J. Romano, Jr. '74 M'79 '83
Ernest E. and Sandra L. Rydell
Larry M. '58 M'64 and Barbara Rymon
Arthur R. '62 and Fannie A. '62 Schisler
Glenn E. Schultz
Scott F. Simonds '90 and Patricia Fonzi
Barry E. '62 and Norma Slemmer
Grace Smith
Patricia J. Snyder
Joan Sommer
Ray J. Starner '69
Kathryn A. Waltz '70
Diana E. Weaver '57
Evelyn W. Werkheiser '44
Carol A. Wolf '68
Mildred L. Wood* '42
Richard A. '60 and Sandra L. '60 Zimmer

* - deceased

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