Meet Our Donors
“We just love Roswell – it is a wonderful gift to our community,” Ninette Dusenberry says of her dedication to the mission at Roswell Park.
Mary R. Manning
Mary R. Manning spent her entire career at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, as a secretary and executive assistant in the administrative offices of the Vice President of Finance and the Director of Operations.
Carol Simon Bachmann
A retired educator who lost her husband to kidney cancer, Carol created The Gary I. Simon Endowed Fund for Kidney Cancer Research which will be established with Carol’s legacy gift from her IRA.
Philip Hubbell became a Roswell Park volunteer and donor in 2005 when his wife Jayne became a breast cancer patient.
Robert Spampata is a grateful patient who credits Roswell Park clinicians and researchers for saving his life.
Bruce and Gail Johnstone
When asked why they chose to include Roswell Park in their estate plan, Gail quickly summed it up — “That’s easy. They saved Bruce’s life.”
Mike and Suzanne Ameroso
Mike and Suzanne Ameroso both love to volunteer and support Roswell Park. “We were so grateful for the outstanding care that Mike received at Roswell Park that we offered to volunteer,” says Suzanne.
Rob and Jennifer Sinclair
Like many, Rob and Jennifer’s lives have been touched by cancer. They shared a pivotal moment that impacted their family and shaped their outlook on legacy giving.
“Roswell saved my life – twice.” This is how Bob Keenan likes to introduce himself when he’s at Roswell Park.
Planning your estate and legacy for future generations, including your charitable interests, takes careful evaluation. Consulting with the appropriate professionals can assist you in making your plans to benefit Roswell Park.