We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.
- Winston Churchill
Colorado Public Radio sincerely thanks those individuals who have made a lasting and meaningful gift through estate planning.
Support from Legacy Partners helps ensure the financial strength and future of Colorado Public Radio. If you would like information about the many options available for planned giving, please contact Sue Coughlin at 303-871-9191 ext. 310 or email@example.com.
“I wanted to leave behind something that was beautiful. I became a Legacy Partner because I wanted to leave behind the inspiration and the joy that I have found in Colorado Public Radio.”
Sally V. Allen Donald W. Alperstein Max and Elaine Appel Chris Power Bain Paul H. Barrett, MD Sonja E. Benson Virginia Berkeley and Tom Dietvorst Lyle E. Bourne Dr. Sally J. Boyson Elizabeth Bradley and Andee Rubin Andre and Janet Branum Taina Brin Richard Montgomery Bruce Family Trust Elizabeth Bryant Kitrina and Alan Bryant Peter Bryant Gary Burandt Monica K. Burkhardt David and Elizabeth Budd Donald J. Cato Liane and Robert Clasen Drs. Andrea and Ken Cohen Tom and Noel Congdon Robert Connelly Kathleen E. Conway Eric Michael Cornejo and H. Alan Arbuckle Sue Coughlin Penelope S. Cunningham Barry and Gay Curtiss-Lusher Helena Davis Bob and Julie Diehl Cyndra Dietz Edwin Dommreis Suzanne Dysard Jim East and David Johns Janet Eden-Harris and Paul Harris Todd T. Egan Bill and Sharon Elfenbein Sean Essex Hollen Ferrendelli Jill Ferris Rick Foster and Julie Waggener Bernie Gardetto B. I. Garlinghouse Dr. Charles L Geddes Jenny Gentry Thomas M. Georges Kathryn J. Goff and Harold C. Scott Christopher Goméz Luann Good-deCurnou and George deCurnou Robert L. Gaudreau Sandy and Marty Goldhaber Ron Guillot Mark and Stacey Hall Laurel Hammack Dr. Earl K. Hanna and Rhonda K. Hanna John W. Haralson Dr. Bryn Harris and Michael Schulman Pancho Harrison Mike and Carleen Haselden Estate of John Haverland Paula M. Hein John and Barbara Helfrich Ms. Karen Hickey Leslie Hilton Kathy Hixson John Hobson Elizabeth Holman Holly Hoting Joanna and Christopher Johnson Rusty and Doug Johnson Thomas A. Johnson Doug Jones Colman and Marcia Kahn Steven B. and Sandra Phillips Kaye Estate of Michael J. Klimo Gabrielle Knox and John Edmiston
David and Lori Ann Knutson Tamara Krenz Rajagopal Krishnamoorthy and Karpagam Rajogopal Pat Kuehl Estate of Louise G. Larrick Melinda and Terry Larrington Harry O. Lawson Harley and Gail Lyons Kim Lysobey Eileen Malloy Sharon Malloy Brian Wayne Mann Jasmine and Ledson Martin Randal and Jeanie Martines Mark Masters Melany Matheson and Eric Meer Estate of Robert Thomas Matschulat Harold May Gene McCullough Linda and Phillip McCurdy Jane McGrath Lynda McNeive Donald E. Melton Dr. Mark and Mr. Jesse Merrill Lisa Farber Miller Sandra L. Miller Bob Mosher Balan and Joe Joe Nair David and Anne Necker Faye O'Brien Tara O'Neill Mindy Levy Pecker Virginia and Perry Peine Estate of Gerald Quiat Marshall Quiat Melinda Quiat W. Gerald Rainer, M.D. and Mrs. Lois Sayre Rainer George Rannie Leslie C. Randolph and Dr. Brann Johnson Jan Rauker Nora Reznickova Peter and Marinka Riley Nancy J. Robitschek Neil and Lee Roberts Laura Roiger Genie Roosevelt Joanna and Mark Rosenblum Mo and Carole Salman Annalee and Wag Schorr Barbara Servis Audrey and Ronald Sevalt Stan Siefer Frank E. Sitchler Stephen T. Soich, Jr. and Leslie R. Soich Elisa M. Speranza Gayle L. Stallings James Steed Robert and Jill Stoecker Robert and Margaret Stookesberry Connie and Don Stoutt Drs. Morris H. and Ellen P. Susman Decker Swann Chris and Christine Tesmer Dennis A. Trescott Buzz Victor Diane L. Vliem Susan Whitehurst Lawrence Wild Leslie Y. Wilson Pamela Wilson Eve A. Wood, M.D. James Wood and Felicity Hannay Joan and Tom Woodward Joann Wooley and Kurtis Mitchell Pat Zeller Robert Zupkus
We also thank the many Legacy Partners who have chosen to remain anonymous.
“Colorado Public Radio and I have had a long relationship--it started listening to classical music in my mother's car and listening to the news with my father. Colorado Public Radio has had a significant impact on my life and I believe that continuing it past my lifetime will have a significant impact on others.”
- Melinda Quiat
For us it’s about sustainability. We want to make sure that after our deaths Colorado Public Radio would benefit. We are paying it forward so to speak and want to support CPR for generations to come.