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Welcome to Gift Planning

Gift planning at Loyola combines the many benefits of charitable giving with the impact of supporting the University’s mission. Imagine the difference your gift can make to you and Loyola.

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Paul J. Proteau (BBA ’53, MSIR ’58) and Roseanne Vitullo Proteau (MD ’62): Persons for others

They leave bequests in gratitude to the Quinlan School of Business and the Stritch School of Medicine.

Paul J. Proteau and Roseanne Vitullo Proteau

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Mayda de Armas (MUND ’66): Remembering Mundelein

The Cuban immigrant is leaving a general bequest to the Gannon Center to be used where needed most. “I hope this gift will help another student in a position like I was in.”

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Joan Steinbrecher (MEd ’64, PhD ’80): Leaving a legacy for future generations

“She worked very hard to achieve equity—equal opportunities for leadership for women students, equal opportunities for athletics, and so forth.”

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John Jozwiak (BA ’50, JD ’54):
Making students his business

Loyola established two endowed scholarships in his honor: one for the Quinlan School of Business and one for the School of Law.

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Dr. Richard (MD ’63) and
Alice (MUND ’61) Nagle:
Paying it forward

“It’s critical that we support Stritch financially so it can remain a high-quality school.”

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Wendy Barr, PhD, RN (BSN ’69):
Supporting the future for aspiring nurses

“From the time I received a scholarship to attend Loyola, I vowed that whenever I had money someday I was going to give back as much as I could.”

Planned Giving News

Photo of East Quad Each month, we provide up-to-date information about a topic relevant to gift planning. READ MORE
Photo of the science hall Loyola established our society to honor and recognize benefactors who have included Loyola in their estate plans. READ MORE
Photo of a teacher and students Learn which type of gift may be appropriate at your stage of life.
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Photo of a graduate being congratulated by family members Explore two giving options that help many of our donors meet their goals. READ MORE

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