Judith Ann Brooks- A Life of Service
We hear about extraordinary people who dedicated their life to service. This is one of those stories: It is the story of Judith Ann Brooks whose life was filled with service and travel.
There is no end to the good you can do.....
Mark Fay was a husband, father, mentor and a great friend to the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona. The retired Elizabeth Arden executive saw the big picture...
Food Bank Staff Member Gives a Bequest
One of ways Community Food Bank staff members show their commitment to ending hunger in Southern Arizona is by including the organization in their estate plans. One such person is Senior Vice President of Facilities, Joy Tucker.
Former CEO Gives with Charitable Gift Annuity
Punch and Casey Woods' adobe in the Tucson Mountains feels like home. There are pieces of antique furniture, rich with the history of the southwest, an amazing collection of crosses, canvas portraits of their three daughters when...
Dynamic Couple Focuses on Community Involvement
Newcomers Bill Astle and Karen Wiley have lived at their Dove Mountain home for less than a year. Both are retired professors from the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado, where they have a long history of volunteerism.
Donor Impacts Tucson with Planned Gift
Pauline Ennis lived in a good neighborhood. The homes, though not small, were not sprawling or extravagant. Homes were welcoming, yards were nicely manicured and neighbors knew each other.
Local Business Owners Make Legacy Gift
Bill and Rosy Edmonston relocated to Tucson from New York state in the early 1940s. Bill's tuberculosis forced the move that turned out to be a windfall for what was then the small community of Tucson.