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A.T. Still Legacy Society


Your Legacy for Future Generations

For over a century, many individuals have had the foresight to plan for the future support of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Loyal alumni, parents and friends have helped to strengthen PCOM's commitment to quality education, patient care, scientific research and community service by establishing planned gifts. Because this tradition is so important, The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Foundation established the Andrew Taylor Still Legacy Society to acknowledge those inspired people who have made the commitment to help the College secure its future through their wills, annuities, life income plans, life insurance policies and other vehicles.

Membership In The Society

Each new generation is called upon to follow in the footsteps of those who have gone before by continuing the legacy of philanthropy. Named in honor of "the father of osteopathic medicine," the Andrew Taylor Still Legacy Society recognizes alumni, parents and friends who continue the tradition of support for Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine through their estate plans.

Society members are those who have made provisions to benefit PCOM and have informed the College of this commitment. These provisions include wills or bequests, annuities, charitable trusts and life insurance gifts. In recognition of their generosity, a list of A.T. Still Legacy Society members is published in selected College publications. Members may receive periodic mailings of estate and tax planning information.


Joan Abar, DO '63
Joseph J. Andris, DO '76
Anonymous (6)
Walter K. Bradley, DO '58
Mrs. H. Trebing Burnard
Michael H. Cenar, DO '78
Rodney H. Chase, DO '44
Laura & John A. Cifala, DO '45
Richard B. Esack, DO '80
Tana G. Fishman, DO '95
Roy L. Gorin, DO '72
Norman S. Knee, DO '57
Albert S. Kroser, DO '58
Thomas R. LeMasters, DO '78
Murry E. Levyn, DO '46
Barbara & Arnold S. Lincow, DO '76
Madeleine L. Long, DO '78, MD
Mrs. Joseph M. Marino
Harry J. Morris, III, DO '78
Martin S. Neifield, DO '46
William A. Rieber, DO '41
Harry M. Serfer, DO '69
David J. Shingles, DO '75

Chester E. Smith, DO '58
H. Sprague Taveau, IV, DO '77
David A. Thomas, DO '78, PhD
Maj. James G. Vickers (US Army Ret.)
Joan M. Watkins, DO '72
Mr. David L. Williams

Donors who made planned gift provisions
to PCOM prior to the establishment of
the A.T. Still Legacy Society and whose
dreams are being realized.

Mrs. Ruth Tozer Bixby
Ms. Shirley D. Boyd
Mr. Aaron Brenner
William B. Buxton, DO '26
Walter R. Cavagnaro, DO '61
Edwin H. Cressman, DO '26
Mrs. Helen Haedrich Fritz
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Fry
Mr. I. Samuel Goldman
J. Henry Goldner, Jr., DO '33 and
Mrs. Katherine M. Goldner
David Green, DO '37
Frank E. Gruber, DO '26
Mrs. Winifred S. Guest
Richard M. Hiestand, DO '42
Mrs. Fannie Florence Holtz
George B. Hylander, DO '36 and
Mrs. Blanche A. Hylander
Ernest A. Johnson, DO '25 and 
Anna C. Johnson, DO '28
Herman R. Kramm, DO '36
Mrs. Susan Wenlock Kurz
Mrs. Astrid A. Levitt
Robert R. Lewis, DO '26
Conrad G. Maulfair, DO '28
Angelo W. Nicosia, DO '26
Mr. Floyd S. Norton
Archie J. Raesler, DO '26
Mr. Herman E. Schnaebele
Ms. Anne Marie Syvertsen
Stephen Szalay, DO '34 and 
Mrs. Doroty Szalay
Foster C. True, DO '22
Frieda O. Vickers, DO '39
Mrs. Emma A. Weeks
Ms. Ruth S. Weyl
C. Eugene Wilson, DO '50
Mr. I. Trumbull Wood and 
Lois S. Goorley Wood, DO '24
Mrs. Ethel Yunginger
Lewis M. Yunginger, DO '35

To learn more, please contact:

Scott P. Righter
Special Gifts Officer
Office of Alumni Relations & Development
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
4180 City Avenue
Philadelphia, PA  19131-1695
E-mail: scottr@pcom.edu
Phone: 215-871-6120
Toll-free: 800-739-3939
Fax: 215-871-6151

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