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Donor Stories

Donor Stories

Learn how others have made an impact through their acts of giving to our organization and others.

  • A Teacher's Heart Keeps GivingA Teacher's Heart Keeps Giving
    Being a teacher is more than merely teaching-it's about a remarkable spirit-a teacher's heart. Janice (BA '58, MS '61, EdD '74) and Harold (BA '58, MSEd '61, EdD '70) Havard may be retired, but that doesn't stop them from investing in others.
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  • A Life of SharingA Life of Sharing
    But one picture in particular would stand out. It's a photograph of Benegene Gann Kring (BA '66) - a rare woman among all the men.
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  • The Roots of a Baylor Family TreeThe Roots of a Baylor Family Tree
    Far away from the campus they called home for more than five decades, beloved Baylor physics professor Dr. Bob Packard (ABC '86) and his wife, Joyce (BA '52, MSEd '57).
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  • Giving to GenerationsGiving to Generations
    W. F. Bill (BBA '55) and Mary Ann (BA '54) Patterson were both Baylor students.
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  • Love to Last a LifetimeLove to Last a Lifetime
    Randy Cooper (BBA '71) remembers running onto the Baylor Stadium football field as a kid in the mid-1950s.
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  • The Hope of GenerationsThe Hope of Generations
    When Laree Perez (BBA '76) hears her cousin's son, Giuliano Masci, rave about his experience as a Baylor freshman.
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  • Making Baylor StrongerMaking Baylor Stronger
    For more than four decades now, Dr. David Mangelsdorff has called Army-Baylor home.
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  • Many BranchesMany Branches
    A fourth-generation Baylor graduate, Sarah Lou (BBA '57) and her family are the epitome of the term.
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  • A Special Place - Trains, Games and a Baylor LegacyA Special Place - Trains, Games and a Baylor Legacy
    The house looks exactly like a train station with its eye-catching cupola and spires and a sloped, copper-tinted roof.
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  • A Heart for the FutureA Heart for the Future
    "We had a business school, but it didn't have its own building," Jack recalled.
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  • A Bright Path ForwardA Bright Path Forward
    As an exercise physiology major at Baylor, Chelsea Richwine accidentally signed up for the wrong economics course.
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  • Race of a LifetimeRace of a Lifetime
    A self-admitted geeky introvert, Bertha Heard Dunlap's firstborn roomed off-campus in the non-pretentious Fifth Street "chicken house"...
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  • A Desire to Help OthersA Desire to Help Others
    Though much has changed since her time on campus, she finds plenty of familiar sites.
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