To honor the legacy of his mentors and his SDSU education, Jack arranged to make a future gift of his almond orchard to SDSU.
Tom and Marilyn Gannon
The Gannon's gift of 950 acres of their farmland to SDSU will support the Department of Music.
Dennis and Dorothy Bietz
Dennis wanted to fund his retirement, avoid tax consequences and help favorite causes like SDSU. To do that, he gifted grain and farm equipment to a “Rawhide Trust”.
Allen and Becky Walth
Walths' charitable remainder trust will benefit three different SDSU colleges and one department.
Dorothy and Shirley Deethardt
Deethardts’ gift will support their two loves: food and nutrition research and music education for early childhood students.
Richard and Kathryn Howard
The Howard's life estate will enhance their endowed scholarship, help the economics, history and music departments as well as the Rodeo Club and SDSU Athletics.
Dale and Mary Harpstead
The Harpsteads gave a half-interest in their family farm to SDSU to support graduate research — a legacy gift that will continue to benefit SDSU students for years to come.
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