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  • Rosemarie Rosenfield and Tiffany Rosenfield

    Rosemarie Rosenfield, '53, and her daughter Tiffany Rosenfield

  • Sheldon Kay and Blake Grossman

    Sheldon Kay and Blake Grossman, associate director of planned giving

  • Bill Bauriedel and Charlene Hsu-Winges
  • Armand and Eliane Neukermans with Ellen and Mike Turbow

    Armand, PhD '70, and Eliane Neukermans, and Ellen, '63, and Mike Turbow, '61, CRT '79

  • Steven and Claire Berg

    Steven, MBA '80, and Claire Berg

  • Ann Hammond Clark and Martha Claypool

    Ann Hammond Clark, '62, and Martha Claypool, '63

  • Eileen and Jim Kremer

    Eileen Kremer and her son, Jim Kremer

  • David Voss, Mona Tekchandani, and Holly Wood

    David Voss, '75, Mona Tekchandani, '96, and Holly Wood, '68

  • Lynne and David Madison

    Lynne, '74, and David Madison, '74

  • George Jedenoff and Stephanie Billett

    George Jedenoff, ’40, MB ’42, and his granddaughter Stephanie Billett

  • Caroline Winterer

    Caroline Winterer, the Anthony P. Meier Family Professor in the Humanities, explains how Benjamin Franklin became one of the most important figures in American history.

  • Karen and Lorin Letendre with Sue and Victor Althouse

    Karen, MLA ’98, and Lorin Letendre; Sue, CRT ’17, and Victor Althouse, PhD ’61, CRT ’17

  • Members of the Founding Grant Society at lunch

    Founding Grant Society members catch up at their yearly luncheon.

  • Noah Diffenbaugh

    Noah Diffenbaugh, the Kara J. Foundation Professorship and the Kimmelman Family Senior Fellow, explains the causes and dangers of climate change.

Founding Grant Society Luncheon

April 2018

Nearly 400 Stanford alumni and friends gathered at the Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center in April 2018 for the annual luncheon of the Founding Grant Society. Attendees heard a presentation by Caroline Winterer, the Anthony P. Meier Family Professor in the Humanities, on the life and genius of Benjamin Franklin. Noah Diffenbaugh, the Kara J. Foundation Professor in the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences and the Kimmelman Family Senior Fellow in the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, discussed the causes and consequences of climate change.

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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