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Legacy Society

Thank you to our Washington Regional Legacy Society members:

  • Lois Alward
  • Anonymous
  • Annonymous
  • J. A. Caraher
  • T (Thelma) and Roy J. Fuller
  • Kris and Stacey Hanby
  • Hannah and Greg Lee
  • Curtis and Jane Shipley
  • Ann Ternes Rosso
  • David Setser

The Legacy Society is a special group of individuals who make a gift to Washington Regional Medical Foundation in their will, trust or estate plan to support the vital work of Washington Regional Medical System. Through Legacy Society membership, we can recognize and thank our friends now for their tremendous expression of confidence and trust in Washington Regional and its mission. There are no dues or obligations, just our sincere gratitude. 

Gift plans come in varying forms and sizes and can include current gifts (such as stock or real estate), deferred gifts (in a will or by beneficiary designation) or life income gifts (charitable gift annuity or charitable remainder trust). 

Everyone has an estate, small or large and everyone needs a plan.  You can make a gift without impacting your cash flow, lifestyle or family security. Many gifts come from people of ordinary means; nevertheless, they provide extraordinary support for Washington Regional’s programs and services for years to come. 

While these gifts can often have desirable tax benefits, the most compelling and overarching benefit of making a will or an estate plan at all, is the deep sense of peace and security that can result. You can take care of your family first, be sure that your property is dispersed as you want and ensure that the charitable work that matters most to you endures. 

If you have already included Washington Regional in your will or estate plan, we offer our sincere thanks. Please consider letting us know about your gift and allowing us to recognize you as a member of the Washington Regional Legacy Society. 

For more information about the Washington Regional Legacy Society, making a gift in your will or to receive a FREE wills guide, please contact Nancy Cozart at 479-463-2111, or visit