Planned Giving

Teaching by Example

Over the course of a long career in cardiac surgery at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, John Sanders Jr., MD, Dartmouth College Class of 1964, taught dozens of residents and interns about how patients’ bodies work. But after retiring as a surgeon, he took a different approach to teaching. Now, as a […]

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The Quinn Family: Spurring Innovation in Cancer Research

As a beloved professor at Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business for more than 35 years, the late Brian Quinn established a reputation as an expert on entrepreneurship and technology. Outside of the classroom, he and his wife, Allie, were known for their active involvement in the Dartmouth College, Dartmouth-Hitchcock (D-H), […]

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A Calling, Not a Job

“Listen to the patient. They’ll tell you what’s wrong with them,” says Diane Fountas, MD, paraphrasing a favorite quote from the famous physician Sir William Osler. That sentiment may seem quaint in an age of high-tech imaging and advanced diagnostic tests. But to Fountas, it still lies at the heart […]

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Making a Legacy Gift Possible

Ken Weg, a retired vice chairman of Bristol Myers Squibb Company and 1960 alumnus of Dartmouth College, has both a professional and personal interest in cancer: he’s spent his career focused on cancer therapy research and development, and he’s twice been successfully treated for non-Hodgkins lymphoma. So years ago, he […]

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