Suzanne Timble ’67 Marked the Occasion of Her 50th College Reunion with a Special Outright Gift
SUZANNE TIMBLE ’67 excelled in high school. Like many undergraduates, she initially found her coursework at Rochester a challenge—but she persevered. After graduating with a bachelor’s in psychology, Timble completed a master’s degree, a Ph.D., and, later, a law degree. Despite her accomplishments, she never forgot her undergraduate challenges or the mentoring she received from her professors. Timble credits her Rochester education for helping to open doors to graduate programs and career opportunities. “People recognized and respected the value of a Rochester degree."
Timble marked the occasion of her 50th college reunion with a special outright gift. She also named the University as a beneficiary of her estate, designated to the scholarship she had previously established in memory of her father. “I am gratified to know The Frank B. Timble Endowed Scholarship will provide new generations of Rochester undergraduates a world-class education,” she said.
After a career as an estate-planning attorney, Timble is enjoying retirement in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her gifts qualify her as a Founding Member of the Wilson Society and a member of the George Eastman Circle.
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