Frank H. Stapleton Jr.
When deciding to make a legacy gift to Regis University, Army veteran Frank H. Stapleton Jr. says honoring his parents, who made sacrifices so he could afford an education, was the most important thing to him.
Margaret Cloonan, LHC '52
Margaret Cloonan, LHC '52, loved the city of Denver and planted roots here in college. Her love of learning lead her to make a gift to Regis so others could have the same opportunity to start their journeys in Denver.
Tim Lewis, RC ’13
When your heart is grateful, your actions will show it. That’s why Tim Lewis, RC ’13 is taking action today to help future generations of students learn and grow at Regis like he did.
Monique and Ben Schafer
To Ben and Monique (Orthober) Schafer, the Regis experience is more than just schooling. The 2006 Regis graduates met and fell in love at the University. Today Ben serves as the director of sales for a local technology and manufacturing company and Monique is a software consultant implementing Workday.
Floyd Ott and Janet Houser, Ph.D.
Nearly 15 years ago, Janet Houser began working at Regis and hasn't looked back. Originally from Kansas, Janet was introduced to Regis University shortly after moving to Colorado to finish her Ph.D. She was invited to deliver several guest lectures on campus and ultimately fell in love with the idea of "igniting the light of the mind."
Philip, CPS ’04, and Theresa, CPS ’06, Gamble
Looking to modernize his professional skills, Phil, a systems engineer at a global aerospace and defense company, completed his Masters of Science in Computer Information Technology in 2004 after more than 20 years in information technology, while Teri, an executive assistant at a private equity firm in downtown Denver, fulfilled a personal accomplishment and professional goal by finishing her undergraduate degree in business administration in 2006.
Give the Gift of a Jesuit Education
Regis University gave Dr. Patrick Maher, RC '77, the necessary skills to launch a successful career in general surgery and taught him how to look beyond personal achievement to focus on helping others succeed. During his time on campus, he worked as an emergency aid assistant under a Denver-area doctor and was an assistant teacher for two courses.
Giving Back to the Institution
To celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary and give back to the institution that made such an impact on their lives, Ronald S. and Mary Brockway chose to create a Regis legacy. Having taught at Regis, Ronald full-time and Mary part-time, they have been deeply influenced by Regis' commitment to providing a quality education for the leaders of tomorrow.