The Gift that Keeps on Giving
There are places and people that change you forever and for the better. The initial impression endures; the lessons learned sustain you through life's greatest challenges. For Page Wiedeman, ("JP" Preston), '83, the place was...
A ground-breaking educator continues legacy of service with gift to Flagler
Frances Bartlett Kinne's estate gifts Flagler $100,000 for scholarships. Dr. Frances Bartlett Kinne's connection to Flagler College extends back
before this historic campus even hosted students. A resident of St.
Wheeler pays it forward with planned gift
The decision to make a legacy gift to his alma mater, even at a relatively
young age, was an easy decision for alumnus Price Wheeler, '13, and his
budding family. The Alumni Board member's recent...
A Family Legacy That Started at Flagler College
Lisa Law Crowell, originally from Rhode Island, made the decision to attend
Flagler College as a high school senior. Upon making that decision, Lisa
knew St. Augustine would be her future home...
IANNONE HONORS HIS PASSION FOR FLAGLER COLLEGE
To say that David Iannone is a proud alumnus of Flagler College would be an
understatement. David graduated from Flagler in 1986, with a degree in
History and pursued a career in the insurance industry...
Alumna Shows Gratitude to Beloved Alma Mater
Kathryn Brown Schafer, fondly known as Katy by her friends and family, is a
proud alumna of Flagler College, class of 1990. Katy now lives in Raleigh,
North Carolina with her husband Mac and four children...
Robin (Aronson) Rothman '88
Robin recently named Flagler College as the beneficiary of an outright bequest and is a member of the Henry M. Flagler Society. "In the face of all the tragedy I have been through, it would be great to get others to really think about what is important in their life and how they can give back: it's never too late...
Thanks to the generosity of donors Frank and Joan Tepper, Flagler College has celebrated a notable first - a gift for the College's first Two-Life Charitable Gift Annuity (CGA). A CGA is a contract under which Flagler College, in return for a transfer of cash, marketable securities or other assets, agrees to pay a fixed amount of money to one or two individuals for their lifetimes...
A Place of Permanent Honor
Carole Ginzl—along with her late husband, Dave—has been a long-time supporter of Flagler College. The Ginzls' oldest daughter, Christie '95, chose Flagler for its deaf education program...
All in the Family
Letti Bozard '97 cannot remember when Flagler College was not an important part of her family's life. Letti is a third-generation St. Augustine resident and a steward, along with her brother Bo '10 of the Bozard family's 64-year-old Ford dealership...
Honoring Alma Mater through Bequest
Steve Shineman '94 considers his experience at Flagler College a "life-changing event." He is now the Director of Gift Planning at Texas Christian University, where he and his wife have lived for seventeen years...
Architects of Generosity
Craig and Audrey Thorn passed away exactly two years apart: he on December 17, 2010, and she on December 17, 2012. Friends say that's just how they did things—high school sweethearts and married for 59 years, where one went, the other would soon follow...
Freytags Support Flagler through IRA Rollover
Palm Coast residents Peter and Sue Freytag are no strangers to investing. Peter is a retired vice president of Common Stocks for State Farm, having served the company for 39 years. Recently, the Freytags made an investment they are particularly proud of: an IRA rollover donation of $100,000 to name a space in Pollard Hall...
Making Philanthropic History
As graduates of the University of Florida, Delores Lastinger and her
husband, Allen, had long been known for their support of their alma mater.
In 2002, they created an endowment to fund UF's Lastinger Center for
Learning, an education innovation incubator for teacher development and
improved student learning...
Show of Support
When Phyllis Gibbs retired from the Flagler College faculty in the summer of 2015, she was more than accustomed to being asked about her incredible tenure in the Theatre Arts Department. Her career had long been a topic of conversation: as the College's longest-serving faculty...