Norma Andzer

When Norma Andzer and her late husband, Arnold, updated their estate plan, they asked themselves three key questions: What do we value? Where can we have an impact philanthropically? How do we ensure we will have enough income in retirement? Supporting the Golisano Children's Hospital was an answer to all their questions. It was important for the Andzers to give back to the community they love and to help the youngest and most vulnerable patients and their families. The Andzers made this happen through a provision in their will, naming the University as beneficiary of retirement assets, and funding charitable gift annuities which pay six percent income for life. Through the combination of these gifts, they will provide generous support including the establishment of the Norma and Arnold Andzer Endowed Fellowship in Pediatrics.

"We want all children to have healthy and productive lives," said Norma.

Norma Andzer in the Ganatra Family Atrium of the new Golisano Children's Hospital. She and Arnold are members of the Wilson Society. They also provide for the Memorial Art Gallery and the Eastman School of Music in their estate.

Ann Mulligan

Funding her passion through planned giving...

Catherine Murphy

A trust provision honors a sibling bond...

Suzanne Jagel O’Brien

A meaningful estate gift to endow a University position...

Randy Powers

Ouright and estate gifts honor the life and memory of a spouse...

Ray & Judy Ricker

A charitable remainder unitrust provides for their family and the University...

Jerry & Clare Rotenberg

Supporting the Palliative Care Program through a charitable trust...

John Santos '65M (MD) and Julia Martinez-Santos

A unitrust that will create opportunity for talented young people with financial need...

Vicki Proschel Schwartz & Dick Schwartz

Supporting future students through a bequest...

Andy Stalder

Life-income gifts that support cancer research...

Hechmat and Marjorie Tabechian

Outright and life-income gifts establish a legacy of opportunity...