<p>John and Patricia Chadwick, of Old Greenwich, Connecticut., and Bill and Frances Creekmuir of Atlanta have made generous gifts to support Richard W. Sankey Hall and Business Fellows scholarships.</p>
<p>A generous endowment gift from the estate of two Elon grandparents will help make possible life-changing global study experiences as the university seeks to provide 100 percent access to these programs for all students.</p>
<p>David and Kathryn Crowe have seen firsthand the powerful impact education can have on a student.This inspired the couple to establish a planned gift that will provide scholarship funding for history majors at Elon.</p>
Elon’s commitment to create a vibrant, inclusive campus caught the attention of parents Eric and Lori Sklut. The couple made a $250,000 gift through the Levine-Sklut Family Foundation to endow the Lori and Eric Sklut Emerging Scholar in Jewish Studies. This endowment will significantly expand and enrich Elon’s Jewish Studies program, which will benefit all students.
Jessie Thurecht Hook ’46 is one of many donors who are helping to secure Elon’s future by placing the university in their wills. By including Elon in her estate, Jessie can continue to live comfortably and help her alma mater in the future.
You’ll have to excuse Ike Credle '83 for his enthusiasm for Elon. He can’t help himself. Ike supports Elon each year because he values his education and wants to preserve what he loved most about his alma mater.