Securing the Rex mission for rising generations

Rex Legacy Circle

The Rex Legacy Circle, the foundation’s planned giving society, recognizes those thoughtful donors who have generously included in Rex in their estate plans by creating special legacies. For rising generations, they carry forward the vision of John Rex (1771–1839), whose kind bequest 175 years ago led to the founding of Rex Hospital.

Planned giving makes a meaningful difference in the future growth and vitality of Rex. Members of the Legacy Circle ensure that Rex will flourish for generations to come.

Join the Legacy Circle

Leaving a legacy doesn’t mean you have to be wealthy. There are many options for planned giving to Rex, including these examples.

  • • Make an impact after your lifetime by including Rex Healthcare in your will or revocable trust.
  • • Designate Rex Healthcare as a beneficiary in your retirement plan.
  • • Name Rex Healthcare as a beneficiary or owner of a life insurance policy.
  • • Establish a trust.
  • • Assign gifts of securities or property to be made over time, during your lifetime.

Members of the Legacy Circle are recognized in the foundation’s annual Gratitude Report and at special foundation events.

For details on becoming a charter member of the Legacy Circle, please call Sylvia Hackett, Vice President, at 919-784-2242 or email sylvia.hackett@unchealth.unc.edu.

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Legacy Circle Members

Estate of Alice F. Eure
Estate of Charles Beaird
Estate of Edgar R. Lorenz
Estate of Guy W. Richards
Estate of Pauline H. Goodwin
Estate of Philip T. O’Hara
Estate of Phyllis S. Wall
Estate of Rosa Lee A. Cozart
Estate of Teresa K. Patterson
Estate of William H. Stephens
Camp-Younts Foundation
Estate of William Harvey McLean, Sr.

Mrs. Grace C. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Anderson, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Arsenault
Mr. Danny W. Bridgers
Cou and Kay Browne
Drs. Jean and Michael Carter
Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Crane
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Daugherty
Ms. Louise E. Farmer
Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Finkelstein
Ms. Lollie Bell Frazier
Ms. Pauline Goodwine
Eugene Griffin Hines
Dr. and Mrs. Vincent L. Hoellerich
Mr. Earl Johnson, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Kadis

Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Keith
Dr. and Mrs. J. Tift Mann III
Mr. John T. McMillan
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Moore, Jr.
Ms. Alice F. Morton
Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Peyton
Mr. John W. Querry
Mr. H. B. Ruffin
Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Striegel
Ms. Elizabeth W. Thompson
Ms. Nell D. Weaver
Ms. Carol Weber
Dr. and Mrs. Andrew B. Weber
Dr. Annie Louise Wilkerson
Ms. Marilyn Willis
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zaytoun
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Zeitler

Wilfried T. Weber Endowment for Lymphoma Education

Proceeds from the endowment provide for an annual lectureship for physicians regarding the latest treatments in lymphoma and educational sessions for lymphoma patients, family members, nurses and caregivers.

Established in 2007, the endowment is a permanently restricted fund started by Dr. Andrew Weber of Raleigh Radiology and his sister Christine in memory of their father.