Both our donors and the beneficiaries of their generosity have stories to share. Read their stories below:
Since graduating from St. Lawrence University, Dave ’77 and Barb Wiederecht ’78, P’15 have consistently supported the University in many ways.
St. Lawrence is a special place that helped shape us into the adults we have become, taught us the value of our education and showed us how we can contribute to the global world in which we live.
Rick Beyer ’66 is the recipient of the 2016 G. Atwood Manley Society Award. Passionate about education his entire life, Rick has been both a teacher and a principal with a career spanning 34 years.
Todd Haskell ’90 has consistently supported St. Lawrence University each year as an annual fund donor and a volunteer.
Robert V. Lyle graduated from St. Lawrence University in 1958 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and has remained close to the University ever since.
Edith M. Costello was the proud daughter of two Laurentian graduates. Although she never attended St. Lawrence, she left a bequest of nearly one million dollars.
Doris M. Offermann graduated from St. Lawrence University with a degree in economics in 1934.
Marcia Dawson ’48 was incredibly involved during her time at St. Lawrence. Marcia was an English major and an active member in both the Greek and athletic life.
St. Lawrence honors scholar, educator, administrator, bibliophile, humanitarian and philanthropist the late President Emeritus Frank P. Piskor.
I'll Be Home for Christmas remains one of the most beloved Christmas songs of all times, and it gives more to St. Lawrence University than just a special holiday feeling.
Dorothy McKinney Malin ’40 was known by her friends as an energetic person with a generous spirit.
While at St. Lawrence, Steve Hill ’72 (pictured here with his wife Ramona) was a history major, a Nordic combined skier, and active with ROTC.
You can never fully pay back the people who helped you, but you can pay it forward. I have established a bequest for St. Lawrence because I believe it is important to help the next generation of college students succeed.
For Susan, their unrestricted bequest builds on her history of support for the University. The gift will also be included in the total for Susan’s class of 1968, celebrating their 50th Reunion this June.