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roses1908 Legacy Society

Members of the 1908 Legacy Society have included the Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging in their estate plans or established endowment funds. These donors share a belief in the value of our mission and services and wish to support them for future generations. All Legacy Society members are invited to special events throughout the year.

 

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Margaret Barnes*
Aloise O. Bates
Polly Clemo
Phyllis J. Colarusso*
Helen C. Cole*
Lois H. Cole
Mary French Conway
Adam Benjamin Denison, MD*
Barbara Denison*
Dale* & Dorothy Dettmer*
Emily Ann Drake

Mary & Oliver Emerson
Ruth B. Fiordalis
Barbara & Peter Galvin
Catherine R. Gerbic
Thomas J. & Judith Fay Gruber
David & Robin Gunning
Kathryn & Jim Kaesberg
Alice J. Kethley, PhD
Herbert F. Leisy, Jr.*
Margaret M. McGuire*
Linda S. Noelker, PhD
& Raymond Jason

Barbara S. (Buster) Oldenburg*
Henry Ott-Hansen
Sarah Ott-Hansen
Edward H. Richard
Linda Richard
Elizabeth H. Rose*
Dale M. Rothenberger, Jr.
Faye M. Shapero*
Susan & Jackson G. Simpson
Marcia J. Wexberg
Dorothy M. Young*

*deceased

     

For information on becoming a member of the 1908 Legacy Society, contact us at 216.791.8000.

Strengthening our Legacy

The Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging received a $1.8 million legacy gift in 2010 from the Estate of Margaret Barnes. In the institute's history, the gift is second only to the initial bequest from the industrialist Benjamin Rose that established the organization.

The mother of Mrs. Barnes was a resident of the Margaret Wagner House in the mid-1980s.