Meet Our Donors
There is a part of us that would like to leave the world a better place because we were here. The act of service to others will certainly be remembered; however, we can also leave a more tangible reminder of our values and beliefs.
With a planned gift to the Marshall Legacy program, members receive a custom-designed recognition piece set on a black onyx base. Members are acknowledged at a special reception held in their honor annually when possible.
Sometimes donors, like historian Beverly M. Cola, say it best, "Marshall Hospital has a long history of caring, community commitment. Through my gift, I'm able to share in providing for the next generation."
- Dennis and Judy Painter
- The Arnold and Francis Jones Endowment
- Clay Dieckmann
- Babs and Lois Meyer
- Don Helbush
What Motivates These Donors?
Jack Stephens, retired banker
"Great motivators for me as a banker were investments that would light the way for the future."
Jack Stephens, formerly the manager of Bank of America in downtown Placerville, set-up a life insurance policy that will provide a substantial gift to assist the healthcare needs of the future.
Beverly M. Cola, County Historian
"Marshall Hospital has a long history of caring community commitment...through this gift I'm able to share in providing for the next generation."
Beverly M. Cola, El Dorado County Historian, created a uni-trust through a donation of saleable real estate that has not only provided an income for her, but will help the next generation.
James P. Saint, County Assessor's Office
The Community Health Library in Cameron Park was made possible by a bequest from James P. Saint in memory of his wife, Rose Marie. Mr. Saint's vision has provided funding for this important community resource through Marshall Foundation for Community Health. Generous gifts from the community will allow the library to continue the valuable work Mr. Saint's contribution started.
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