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Department of Internal Medicine

Department of Internal Medicine

Let us introduce you to seven of our donors:

 

Joe Sullivan Joe Sullivan, who toiled as an agricultural worker, owned a small trucking business and lived frugally, donated his home and entire estate to the Department of Internal Medicine. Proceeds from his estate are being used to create the Joseph Sullivan Endowed Professorship in Cancer Research and Education.
Gerald McDermott Rice grower Gerald L. McDermott made a $1.5 million estate gift to the Department of Internal Medicine. It likely will lead to creation of an endowed chair in prostate cancer research under the direction of Frederick J. Meyers, M.D., M.A.C.P., who oversaw McDermott’s health care for 18 years.
Stella Jones Using her retirement income, pensioner Stella Jones has contributed regularly and generously to Department of Internal Medicine programs. She has donated to the Education Fund, to cancer research, and to the Golden 1 Fund for medical education.
Lois O'Grady, M.D. The late Lois O'Grady, M.D., who was among the original seven UC Davis School of Medicine faculty members, donated a $450,000 estate gift to create a Hematology-Oncology Endowed Lectureship. Her gift will enable funding of presentations by learned physicians and Nobel laureates.
Lois Franz Lois Franz has been a long-time supporter of the Department of Internal Medicine in appreciation for the care her late husband Rod received from Fred Meyers, M.D. and the UC Davis Health System.
The Golden 1 Credit Union Golden 1 Credit Union has raised $750,000 to support medical education. The UC Davis Department of Internal Medicine plays a vital role to train two-thirds of all physicians in the Sacramento region.
deLeuze Family Napa Valley winemaker Norman deLeuze donate $313,000 for a UC Davis Health System endowment. Following his death, his family donated $294,000 in additional funding through support from ZD Wines and donations from close friends.