Why I give 2013 stories
Gifts ensure couple's legacy at K-State
Honoring parents by helping students attend college
Two brothers honored and memorialized with new computer lab
|Vietnam P.O.W. survivor helps education take flight at K-State Salina|
Higher education helped Bill Talley pull through one of life’s most difficult challenges. Now, he and wife Louan are paying it forward. Read more.
|Alumni couple supports Johnson Cancer Research Center through their estate gift|
After her mother and husband, Charles, succumbed to cancer, the late Doris Setterquist supported Johnson Cancer Research Center in her will. Read more.
|Bridging cultures and supporting education|
Returned Peace Corps volunteers and native Kansans, Janet and Kent McKinney, give back to their host country while promoting cultural understanding and engagement at K-State.Read more.
|Parents’ sacrifice honored and paid forward|
John Tobald’s parents knew the value of an education. To honor their sacrifices and hard work, he has established the Robert and Marjorie Tobald Memorial Scholarship in Agriculture.Read more.
|A lifetime of giving, an enduring legacy|
By including K-State in their trust, Gary and Peggy Edwards have established a faculty chair in engineering and a legacy of lifelong giving. Read more.
|Continuing the tradition of leadership and opportunity|
To the right of Dave Fritchen’s computer sits a framed quote from Albert Einstein: “Try not to be a man of success but rather a man of value.” Read more.