Sister Kathleen Regan Legacy Society
On December 12, 2016 Sister Kathleen Regan was memorialized by having an estate planned giving program named in her memory to benefit Guadalupe Clinic and Guadalupe Health Foundation.
Donors have the choice to restrict their planned gifts to work immediately by naming Guadalupe Clinic as the beneficiary. Gifts given in this manner will be used for direct patient care through one of the many programs and services offered at Guadalupe Clinic.
Donors may also wish to provide for long-term financial sustainability of the Clinic by naming the Guadalupe Health Foundation as the beneficiary. Gifts to Guadalupe Health Foundation will be added to the endowment which, in part, provides for the Clinic’s future. Sister Kathleen Regan was very passionate about both taking care of current patients while saving for the future longevity of the Clinic.
The very best planned gift to either the Guadalupe Clinic or the Guadalupe Health Foundation is an unrestricted gift, allowing the board and management to use to the fullest potential, meeting the needs at the time.
The clinic was also presented with a sculpture to honor Sister’s many years of service and dedication. The sculpture resides in the patient waiting room at the South St Francis location. Pictured above is the sculptor, Edd Harms, during the process of making the piece. Below is the completed sculpture pictured with the donors that commissioned the work, David and Judy Haglund; the artist and his wife, Edd and Kay Harms; and Robert and Rosalie Goebel who hand crafted the beautiful wood pedestal the sculpture sits upon.
For information about how your estate gift can have a lasting impact on the uninsured and underserved in our community who receive healthcare at Guadalupe Clinic, please contact the clinic’s office of Development at 316-264-8974.
(Left to right) Robert Goebel, Rosalie Goebel, Edd Harms, Kay Harms, David Haglund, and Judy Haglund