Harrison Society Members

Harrison Society Members

Louis Kozloff, C’65, M’69, Rene Chalfin Kozloff, NU’67

To say Penn is a Kozloff family tradition is a bit of an understatement. Lou Kozloff chose Penn for both undergraduate and medical school, just as his father did in the 1930s. It’s where Lou met his wife, Rene Chalfin Kozloff, NU’67, and where some 35 members of the extended Kozloff family would attend over the course of generations.

Dennis P. Malone, W’72

“Choosing a charitable gift annuity was a win-win. The ability to get lifetime payments, plus having the balance go into Athletics afterwards, was the perfect fit for me.”
Dr. Midge Leitch, V’73

Dr. Midge Leitch, V’73

Dr. Midge Leitch, V’73, embodied the true pioneering spirit of many female veterinarians entering the profession at a time when it was still dominated by men. After graduating from Penn Veterinary Medicine, she was one of the first women to do a surgical residency at New Bolton Center and one of the first women equine practitioners to become board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Alfonso Chang, ENG'98

Alfonso Chang, ENG’98

“When I learned that I was admitted to Penn, I felt excited and a bit scared. I was excited because I knew a Penn experience would be the experience of a lifetime. At the same time, I was worried because I knew the cost of this Penn experience would be overwhelming, and possibly prohibitive, for my family. However, because of the thoughtfulness of others, I was granted a generous financial aid package making it all possible.”
Robert B. McIntosh, Jr., EE’61

Robert B. McIntosh, Jr., EE’61

“My wife, Suzanne, and I did not expect to make such a significant philanthropic gift to Penn; however, after learning more about CGAs, we found it a good fit. It was so satisfying to find a technique that would help Penn’s mission and future generations of students to obtain a superior education―one which I was so fortunate to obtain."
 Kristina S. and James W. Lambert, WG’79

Kristina S. and James W. Lambert, WG’79

“A Charitable Remainder Trust allowed us to make a gift now that has the potential for growth in both our gift to Wharton and future retirement income for us.”―Kristina and James Lambert, WG’79
Willis Family

The Willis Family

“It means a lot to Florrie and me to be able to make a gift that will afford a Penn education to a student in need,” says Patrick Willis, C’04, WEV'06.
Patricia Quinn, CGS'02

Patricia Quinn, CGS'02

Patricia Quinn, CGS’02, is the first to acknowledge the importance of a helping hand in achieving her educational goals. “I know how much Bread Upon the Waters meant to me on so many levels in my life,” she says. That’s why, for her, helping someone else was the natural next step.
Gloria and Jack Chisum

Gloria Twine Chisum, Ph.D., G’60, HON’94, and Melvin J. “Jack” Chisum, M.D., C’43, M’52

“You either go forward or you go back, you don’t stand still and accomplish anything,” says Gloria Twine Chisum, Ph.D., G’60, HON’94.
Edward Brown, W’62 and Susan Garber, WG’80

Edward Brown, W’62, and Susan Garber, WG’80

“A quality education should not be available only to those who can afford it, nor should students have to incur huge amounts of debt―which might result in their taking a job based on the need to repay loans rather than a love for their chosen career.”

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