Stimson Society Honors
Planned Giving Donors
You can make a powerful difference in the future of medicine by including Weill Cornell Medical College in your deferred giving. Weill Cornell created the Lewis Atterbury Stimson Society in 2002 as a way to honor the vision and critical importance of this distinguished group of alumni, faculty, staff and friends. The Stimson Society is named after Lewis Atterbury Stimson, who with his friend Colonel Oliver H. Payne was instrumental in founding Cornell University Medical College in 1898.
Ian Smith is the Board of Overseers Chair of the Stimson Society. Kenneth G. Swan, M.D. ‘60 is the Alumni Stimson Society Chair and facilitates planned giving ideas to alumni.
At an annual lunch each year, members hear from one of Weill Cornell's leading scientists and physicians about the latest research and treatment breakthroughs. In spring 2012, Dr. Laurie H. Glimcher presented on the Belfer Research Building and the future vision of the Medical College.
For more information about planning a gift through an estate, contact Patricia Gutter, Executive Director of Development, at 646-317-7351 or http://weill.cornell.edu/ways-to-give/planned-giving.html.