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Great couples achieve more together than they may have done separately. Parviz Tayebati, PhD, and his wife, Susan, are one couple whose interests and impressive accomplishments converge to serve a greater purpose: supporting St. Jude.
A charitable gift annuity enables Marvin Fried to give to St. Jude while receiving regular income.
Great news for those interested in making an IRA rollover gift to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital—make your gift by January 31, 2013, and your donation will still count as a charitable gift for 2012.
Esther and Norman “Chad” Chadwick were never blessed with children of their own, but the late couple continues to bless children around the world through their legacy to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
In his career, Paul Sobolik's work ranged from B-52 bombers and lunar expeditions to secret laser projects. But his most important mission may lie in his ability to help children. To accomplish this mission, Sobolik supports St. Jude Children's Research Hospital with charitable gift annuities.
An encounter with Danny Thomas years ago planted the seed of giving for Walter and Pat Arnell.
More than 200 donors attended the Danny Thomas -- St. Jude Society luncheon recognizing contributors who have included St. Jude in their estate planning.
Inspired by Danny Thomas, Tim and Betsy Katen prayed to St. Jude Thaddeus for guidance and help. As an act of faith, they began donating $15 a month to the hospital. They never stopped giving.
Summary of 2006 accomplishments by Dr. Evans
A loving pair of restaurateurs use their culinary prowess for St. Jude kids.
Elias Skovron's life was saved by people he didn't know. Now Elias helps save the lives of children he has never met.
The story of Lisa Pugh is one of courage and hope. It all began in the early 1970s when the 13-year-old learned that she had acute myeloid leukemia.
An exciting career path took them from the nation's capital to the world's oil capital, with colorful adventures in between. But Les and Lois Lewis say one of their most rewarding experiences has been supporting the work of St. Jude.
As a pilot for Delta Airlines, Captain Bernie Doubler frequently flew into Memphis in the Boeing 757 or 767 he was piloting, passing right over St. Jude. And each time, he would mentally send a little hope and love to the children.
Harry Feinstone, ScD, a pioneer in treating infectious diseases, has made a $2 million commitment to St. Jude through an outright gift and a charitable lead trust. His gifts will establish an endowed chair in Infectious Diseases.
Octogenarians William and Millicent Rhodes are survivors. Their charitable gift annuity will ensure that St. Jude children are survivors, as well.
The Frattingers are avid supporters of the Children's Infection Defense Center, which attempts to eradicate infectious diseases such as pneumonia, tuberculosis, cholera and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS).
Some people might not understand why a person who lives in California would support a hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, but California businessman Howard Jones understands that St. Jude research findings help children everywhere.
Twenty-five years ago, Donald and Anne Welsh of Drums, Pennsylvania, traveled to Memphis in search of a rock 'n' roll legend. In the process, they found a world-renowned hospital.