Planned Giving Stories
These two families - Beth and E ugene Chappell and Janett and Harlan Crouse - from the Hawkeye State have planned wisely and well. They have blessed Schreiner with generous gifts and also "walk their talk" by actively participating in campus life. They are soft-spoken encouragers to all who work and study here.
Someone wise said “the best use of life is to invest it in something that outlasts life.” Elizabeth Hall has shown Schreiner’s nursing students and the entire campus community how to do just that!
Myra Robinson stepped to the stage, seemingly oblivious to the standing ovation resounding in the overflowing hall. The occasion?
Andres Gutierrez ’99, a financial advisor in San Antonio, and his wife, Zaira, have just made plans to include Schreiner in their estate plans through a life insurance gift.
We knew that Florence Swing Hayes thought a lot of Schreiner. What we did not know was how thoughtfully she prepared for our university to receive her estate.
When Robert Schmerbeck ’64 was a small child in the ’40s, his family lived right next to the campus on Rawson Street. Bob’s earliest memories include Schreiner Institute traditions.