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  • Dick and Charlene Maltzman, and Ann Kalar

    Dick, '54, LLB '59, and Charlene Maltzman, and Ann Kalar

  • Sharon and David Hoyt along with George Jedenoff and Donna Robertson

    Sharon and David Hoyt, '75, MBA '79 (left). George Jedenoff, '40, MBA '42, and Donna Robertson (right).

  • Alec Glover and Fred Rehmus

    Alec Glover, MBA '69, and Fred Rehmus, MBA '61

  • Gabriele Loosen and Martin Katz

    Gabriele Loosen and Martin Katz, CERT '74

  • Julia Ann Stone Hallee and Garry Hallee along with Jeff Fenton and Alice Woo

    Julia Stone Hallee, '84, MS '86, CERT '94, and Garry Hallee, '83, MS '86 (left). Alice Woo (in background) and Jeff Fenton, MA '81, MS '82 (right).

  • Bernard Muir

    Bernard Muir, the Jaquish & Kenninger Director of Athletics, speaks to the Founding Grant Society.

  • Bill Stone, Lili Pratt King, and Jim King

    Bill Stone, '67, MBA '69, Lili Pratt King, '71, MBA '76, and Jim King, '68, MBA '77

  • Bill and Barbara Busse

    Bill, '52, MA '53, and Barbara Busse

  • Russ B. Altman

    Speaker Russ B. Altman, the Kenneth Fong Professor and professor of bioengineering, of genetics, and of medicine, discusses how the human genome can help to ensure every patient is treated with the right medication.

  • Roger Parr

    Roger Parr

  • Bernard Muir

    Bernard Muir, the Jaquish & Kenninger Director of Athletics, discusses the Cardinal, the high graduation rate among athletes, and the effort to keep the championship streak alive.

  • Duane Kalar

    Duane Kalar, '58

  • Mixed Company, a student a cappella group

    Mixed Company, a student a cappella group, performs for Founding Grant Society members.

Founding Grant Society Luncheon

April 2015

More than 400 Stanford alumni and friends gathered at the Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center in April 2015 for a spring Founding Grant Society event. Russ B. Altman, the Kenneth Fong Professor and professor of bioengineering, of genetics, and of medicine, spoke about efforts to precisely match medicine to maladies in a speech titled, "Using Your Genome to Pick the Best Drugs for You." And Bernard Muir, the Jaquish & Kenninger Director of Athletics, discussed Stanford's sports program, the efforts to bring home a national championship, and graduation rates among athletes.

The Founding Grant Society honors those who plan to leave a legacy for Stanford through bequests and other planned gifts. For more information, please contact the Office of Planned Giving.

PHOTOS: Steve Castillo

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