Corinne George’s compassion benefits cancer patients and nursing students
When Corinne passed away last year at the age of 95 her legacy of thoughtful compassion continued, leaving several estate gifts to benefit the students and patients of UAMS.
Corinne’s dedication to her life’s work resulted in a gift to the UAMS library to assist medical, nursing, pharmacy, public health and allied health students in their training. A charitable gift annuity, which Corinne funded during her lifetime, provided her an income stream over the years. At her passing, the remaining funds were gifted to the library.
Through her careful planning, Corinne remembered both cancer patients and nursing students with bequests made within her will. “We are so grateful when our alumni, faculty or friends remember our school with an estate gift,” said Dr. Lorraine Frazier, Dean of the UAMS College of Nursing. “This gift will help us further our mission to provide exemplary and comprehensive nursing education, research and service to UAMS, the nursing profession and society.”
If you would like to consider leaving a legacy at UAMS through a gift annuity or estate gift, please let us know. We would be honored to help you plan your gift.