Why We Give
There was no single event that encouraged Dan Mason '88 to leave a legacy here at Virginia Wesleyan College. Rather, a series of life-shaping experiences led him down the path to the creation of his estate gift.
While Robin came to Virginia Wesleyan College in 1970 to gain an education, he left with the ability to educate thousands.
To The Honorable Deborah Paxson '75, the opportunity to leave a legacy at Virginia Wesleyan College is just as important as helping others graduate from her alma mater. Deborah graduated from VWC in 1975 and was very pleased with the liberal arts education she received.
Robert and Mercedes McNutt were first introduced to Virginia Wesleyan in 2006 when their oldest son, Josh, earned a scholarship to attend the College. Not long after, their younger son, Matt, chose to attend VWC as well.
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