Burnett Society member Dwayne Zobell, D.D.S., was born in Montana and graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical Center after attending predental school at Brigham
It was Christmastime in Kansas City. Phil Perry’s dad was a Boy Scouts leader who took Phil along to help give out food and toys
Now that Greg Snyder is retired, he spends a lot of time at airports. As a volunteer with Travelers Aid, Greg, who is a Burnett Society member, staffs the information desk at Reagan Washington National to help people find their gates, hail a cab or even get patched up like one unlucky man who fell down an escalator.
Burnett Society member Susanna Von Essen grew up a farm girl. She was raised just outside Pender, Nebraska, a town of about 1,100 people that sits along the Logan Creek.
Marian Battey Andersen has assumed the role of matriarch for the numerous organizations that she has elevated over the years.
It’s important to speak with a trusted adviser to consider how the CARES Act affects your individual situation. At least four provisions of the Act might be relevant to Burnett Society members and others who provide charitable support to nonprofit organizations.
“It’s a certain pride, having gone to the university and to be affiliated with it. We talk proudly about how great of an experience it was and what a great school it is.”
My parents instilled in me the practice of charitable giving including paying or giving back to those that that enabled me.
“We love what we did,” Sharon Holyoke said. “And we just hope we leave the world a better place than we started.”
“I think education is very important, and all of these young people need to have a career. That’s our future. The young people become educated and good citizens.”
When you make a gift to the University of Nebraska Foundation you can trust that it will be used in the way in which it was intended. That’s a promise we’ve kept with our donors since our organization was founded in 1936.