Meet Our Donors
Sage Ring member Gloria Robinson Bleck '45 created her legacy in 1994 at age 70, on the occasion of her 50th Reunion, by establishing a charitable gift annuity. This gift offered a supplemental retirement income during Gloria's and her husband Max's lifetimes and a future gift to Russell Sage College.
The 50th Reunion of Russell Sage College’s Class of 1967 is approaching and class member Kay Steinkirchner Rock wanted to do something meaningful for her alma mater—with which she shares a September 19 birthday.
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