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Alumnus Encourages Including Simpson in Your Estate Plans
Discover how Dr. Campbell (’69) and Anne Howard developed an estate plan that supported their passion for education and Simpson College.
Couple's Legacy Challenge Gift Recognizes Simpson's Impact
Marti and Rob Bower '71 accepted the Simpson Legacy Challenge to ensure future students can experience the same benefits and opportunities that the couple did.
Friend of the College Memorializes Her Mother
Lelah Pote Eastwood graduated from Simpson College in 1916. Her daughter, Lee, always knew how much her mother loved her alma mater. Years later, Lee established an endowed scholarship for English majors in her mother's honor.
Fiedlers Pay It Forward
Both from small-town Iowa, Paige '87 and Charlie '86 Fiedler relied on scholarships to turn their college dreams into reality. Thankful for the help they received, the Simpson sweethearts are paying it forward.
George ’66 and Meg ’66 Peirce Planning for a Legacy
George and Meg Peirce credit Simpson College for enriching their lives in many different ways. They included Simpson in their will to honor that connection.
Leaving a Legacy
Lucile Johnson has given her children and grandchildren the ultimate gift—a lifelong example of service and philanthropy. A powerful legacy of doing and giving, wherever and whenever possible. Learn more about Lucile Johnson’s passion for giving.
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