|Ben Cares ’72 discusses how he and his wife Mary Jo Michener Cares have contributed to the future of Allegheny College by naming the College as a beneficiary of their wills.|
|Bruce Forsgren ’54 expands upon the benefits both alumni and Allegheny College receive when establishing a Charitable Remainder Unitrust.|
|Carol Lewis ’52 shares her confidence in Allegheny College’s Charitable Gift Annuity program and in the wonderful traditions the College has encouraged all these years.|
|John Frick ’72 explains how having hope in the caliber and achievements of future Allegheny graduates led him and his wife Deborah Watson ’72 to include the College in their wills.|
|Silas Mountsier ’52 and Steve ’52 and Sylvia Thomas ’51 Mountsier describe the importance of Allegheny College to their family and how they have highlighted their shared Allegheny experiences by giving to the College through their wills.|
|Peggy Toman Siegle ’70 shares her appreciation for her Allegheny College education and how it prompted her to leave a lasting legacy.|
|President Jim Mullen and John Sutphen
Alumnus John Sutphen ’78, P ’09, and Professor Emeritus Glen Wurst believe in the power of education to transform lives — those of students and the people they interact with in their communities and careers.
When it comes to attending and supporting Allegheny, the Mountsiers make it a family tradition.
|Michael and Barbara Marvin Mize
Michael and Barbara Marvin Mize graduated from Allegheny College in 1971. They raised a family and went on to successful professional careers while living in Oklahoma City where they moved shortly after graduation.
|William Feisley ’48
A generous bequest from the late William Feisley ’48 will ensure that the Special Collections and the Philip Mohr Benjamin Reading Room will be maintained properly well into the College’s third century.
|Nancy Ayres Frederick ’52
With support from a generous bequest from Nancy Ayres Frederick ’52, the Art Department renovated the darkroom, expanding its size to create a comfortable learning environment that helps art majors and nonmajors alike develop into sophisticated image users.
|Herb Niles ’59
Trustee Dr. Herb Niles ‘59 chose to support Allegheny by naming it the beneficiary of a life insurance policy. “Allegheny enabled me to attain my goal of admission to medical school,” said Herb.
When he rewrote his will recently, Rich included a bequest for Allegheny, making him eligible for membership.
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