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MISSION INCARNATE WORD ACADEMY FOUNDATION NEWSLETTER

FALL 2019

A LEGACY OF DEVOTION TO FAITH, FAMILY AND CATHOLIC EDUCATION For over 80 years the Kelly family has made a significant difference in the lives of the Incarnate Word Academy school community. With a sense of dedication and devotion to the Sisters of the Incarnate Word and their mission, they have supported and promoted Catholic education “Moggie” at IWA. on he The legacy began with Catherine Grant Kelly, who graduated in 1932 from Incarnate Word Academy in Houston. Following her example, her three daughters graduated from IWA in Corpus Christi: Gerry Thomson in 1952; Elizabeth “Toosie” Morgan in 1958; and Margaret Mary “Moggie” Dreyer in 1962. Her sons, Leroy and Larry, graduated from Corpus Christi College Academy, owned and staffed by the Benedictine Fathers, in 1953 and 1965.

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Gerry will long be remembered for her service at IWA as secretary to the high school principal and later as treasurer in the Central Offices. For over 40 years, her warm smile and welcoming spirit touched the lives of all those who came to the Central Offices. In addition, Jim and Gerry Thomson’s children graduated from IWA: Theresa in 1978, Kathryn

in 1981, and Jimmy in 1982. Their grandchildren also graduated from IWA: Lauryn in 2005, Kyndra in 2009, and Kylene in 2011. Raymond and Moggie’s son, Darren, was an IWA high school faculty member for 16 years. He served as baseball coach, Dean of Discipline, and high school teacher of history, world geography and physical education. His children, John Reese and Hallie Campbell, both graduated from IWA in 2008 and 2011; his son, Branden, attended the school until the family relocated to Kerrville. Following in the footsteps of their mother, the Kelly girls have, over the years, been active members of the IWA Alumnae. They have fond memories of participation in the ham dinners, the pounding parties, the rummage sales, and the stuffing of envelopes for mailings. To this day, they continue to participate in the organization’s activities. For many years, Moggie has faithfully served as a contributor to the IWA Messenger publication transition section. She has continued, through her emails, to provide current information regarding health issues and obituaries to the IWA and CCCA alumni, and members of the school community.

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to its success.” Each was presented with an “Incarnate Word Academy Gala’s Hall of Fame” plaque. In 1985, Jim and Gerry Thomson joined the Incarnate Word Associates as charter members. Toosie joined the group in 2000. Originally drawn to the Sisters’ ministry and ever faithful in their support, they felt connected to the spirit of the Sisters themselves. Through this commitment, they have enjoyed opportunities to grow in relationship with the Incarnate Word and to welcome God’s presence in their lives and in the world around them. The Kelly girls manifested a deep gratitude for the love and care their parents gave to them. As Toosie explained, “Our parents were simple, faithful, hardworking people, who taught us to be caring, responsible, and committed members of the Church.” “Their examples of strong faith and helping others demonstrated the importance of God in our lives,” added Moggie. “Incarnate Word Academy and the Sisters taught us values and morals, which provided us with guidelines for life,” shared Gerry.

“Moggie” with cousins: Rae, Grant and Cathy

Motivated by the desire to acknowledge the good their parents accomplished, the family established the Catherine “Tad” ’32 and Buck Kelly Scholarship in 2009. “We are so grateful for the love, care, and devotion our parents showed us and for the excellent education we received at Incarnate Word Academy. It is rewarding to know that by helping others with their education, we are continuing the legacy our parents left.” Four generations of the Kelly Family attended IWA

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ANNUAL REPORT - 2018-2019 The Incarnate Word Academy Foundation was established in 1989 by the Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament to provide adequate funding for scholarships and educational development solely for Incarnate Word Academy in Corpus Christi, Texas. It serves as a stable ongoing way of assuring tuition assistance for years to come by providing an entity for receiving and managing the contributions of donors according to their intent. The IWA Foundation is committed to scholarships and tuition assistance grants, faculty professional growth, and quality Catholic education into the future. Inviting the school community, past parents, friends, and benefactors to partner with the Sisters through the Foundation in providing a quality education in a Catholic school environment has been a blessing to all concerned — the Sisters, the IWA family, and the larger community. The 2018-2019 Incarnate Word Academy Foundation Report is presented by the Trustees of the Foundation to express appreciation to donors and to practice good stewardship of the resources entrusted to our care. This report is published separately to recognize the distinction between Incarnate Word Academy and the Incarnate Word Academy Foundation, a funding source separate from the annual financial management of the school. We are grateful to those who have contributed to the Incarnate Word Academy Foundation through scholarships, memorials, and bequests. We ask God’s blessings on you and your families.

Trustees and Officers of the Incarnate Word Academy Foundation Sister Annette Wagner ’64, President

Sister Marilyn Grace Springs, Trustee

Sister Colette Brehony ’54, Vice President

Sister Rose Miriam Gansle ’60, Secretary

Sister Maria Irma Gonzalez, Trustee

Sandra Trespeces, Treasurer

Sister Barbara Netek ’65, Trustee

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2018-2019 ANNUAL REPORT IWA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS The Incarnate Word Academy Scholarship Program began in 1978. Scholarships are a powerful way to make a difference in the lives of others and help keep Incarnate Word Academy accessible to as many students as possible. A permanent scholarship is established with a minimum of $10,000 as an endowed fund within the Incarnate Word Academy Foundation. The principal of the fund is invested and a portion of the earned interest is distributed to qualifying students, preserving the principal to generate future awards. Scholarships enrich student life at Incarnate Word Academy and support the school in perpetuity, helping to build ongoing funds to sustain IWA in the years to come. Donors are encouraged to make additional contributions to current permanent scholarship finds in order to increase the fund and earnings amounts over time. Names following the individual scholarships are the donors for the 2018-2019 fiscal year. Sister Dorothy Anhaiser Scholarship Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. Frederick Helle, Ret. Mrs. Suzanne Housewright Verizon Annette Deanne (Dee Dee) Berry Scholarship Wilbur Dean Berry Scholarship Kuntscher 50th Celebrants Scholarship Frank and Margaret Kuntscher Scholarship Joe and Geri Kuntscher ’59 and Family Scholarship Kuntscher Sisters Scholarship James, Eloise, and Wilma Weisman Scholarship Mary M. Kuntscher Berry ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Clark Captain and Mrs. Charles N. Kistler Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuntscher Joe and Geri Petru Kuntscher ‘59 Sister Juliane Kuntscher, IWBS ‘55 Sister Michelle Marie Kuntscher, IWBS ‘60 Mr. Victor A. Kuntscher Mr. and Mrs. Woody Riedel Terry and Judy Kuntscher Temple ‘64 Dolores Petru Vesely ‘56 Jimmy and Jeannine Kuntscher Weisman ‘59 Dr. Bob Bezdek Scholarship Dr. Robert R. Bezdek Brehony Sisters Scholarship Anonymous Donor Michael J. Daehne ’08 St. Jude Memorial Scholarship (in memory of Samuel L. Canterbury, III) Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Hennes

Sarah Elizabeth-Gough Bordenet Scholarship Anonymous Donor Mr. and Mrs. Darrell J. Atkins Mr. Jim O. Atkins Ms. Susan R. Barham Mr. and Mrs. Clinton R. Bissell Mrs. Patty Buck Mr. and Mrs. Luis M. Cadena Mr. Richard C. Caldwell Ms. Amy Snell Canterbury Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cazalas Will and Ashley Mosser Cocke ‘97 Ms. Jeannine Ganem Dr. and Mrs. Sam Ganz Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gough Mr. and Mrs. David W. Green Ms. Ellen V. Grett Ms. Sammie H. Grunwald Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kuehn Mr. and Mrs. Bobby R. Moore, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Petitt Mr. and Mrs. Steve Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Smith Mr. James Stephenson Mrs. Kimberly Jo Swan M. Delia Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weathers Mr. and Mrs. Casper Wenzel

Rev. Monsignor Mark Chamberlin Scholarship Anonymous Donor Captain and Mrs. Robert Batterson, U.S.N. (Ret) Ms. Kelene Chamberlin Mr. Arnold and Dorothy Hetherington Diaz ‘62 Raymond and Margaret Mary Kelly Dreyer ‘62 Judge and Mrs. Patrick L. Flanigan Mr. and Mrs. David W. Green Mr. C.D. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. James C. Janshen Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Casper Wenzel

Sister Denise Cassidy, IWBS ’57 Scholarship Ms. Alacoque Cassidy Mr. Peter J. Cassidy Mr. and Mrs. Teodoso R. Gonzalez, Jr. LCDR Frederick A. and Mrs. Elena D. Helle, Ret. Mr. and Mrs. David A. McKee

Robert M. “Bob” and Neva Lee Knight Gough ‘44 Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Darrell J. Atkins

Richard E. Eleazer Scholarship Sister Anna Marie Espinosa, IWBS ‘66 Scholarship Sister Martha O’Gara, IWBS ‘51 Scholarship Sister Judith Marie Saenz Scholarship Jose Torres Scholarship Casper Wenzel Scholarship Michael J. Daehne ‘08 Adolfo Garza Scholarship Incarnate Word Academy Incarnate Word Academy Middle Level PTO Incarnate Word Academy Middle Level Faculty & Staff Michael J. Daehne ‘08 Mr. and Mrs. Casey E. Hannigan

“Dick” and Frances Bernsen Hatch Scholarship Jerri Hatch Paquette ‘50 Richard J. Hatch, Sr. Scholarship Jerri Hatch Paquette ‘50 Mr. and Mrs. David Webster

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2018-2019 ANNUAL REPORT IWA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS CONTINUED Father Louis Joseph ‘47 Scholarship Wayne and Camille Hojnacki Catherine “Tad” ‘32 and Buck Kelly Scholarship Raymond and Margaret Mary Kelly Dreyer ‘62 Pede and Larry P. Kelly ‘65 Amy Laudadio ’89 Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. James J. Laudadio Martin-Hamner Scholarship Mary Martin Meyer ’55 McComb Family Memorial Scholarship Stephen E. and Lois M. Schultz St. Patrick Parish Boy Scout Troop 162 Joseph M. “Jody” Metz Scholarship Dr. Martha Tevis Patty and Joe Mueller Scholarship Mrs. Patty P. Mueller Helen Power Munro Scholarship Grace Ford Powers ’63 V. J. and Mary Lou Pesek Scholarship Donald and Cecile Hendricks Pesek ‘76 Jim and Betty Nemec Petru Scholarship Mary M. Kuntscher Berry ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuntscher Joe and Geri Petru Kuntscher ‘59 Sister Juliane Kuntscher, IWBS ‘55 Sister Michelle Marie Kuntscher, IWBS ‘60 Mr. Victor A. Kuntscher Mr. and Mrs. W. James Petru Mr. and Mrs. Woody Riedel Terry and Judy Kuntscher Temple ‘64 Dolores Petru Vesely ‘56 Jimmy and Jeannine Kuntscher Weisman ‘59

Chris Riedel Scholarship Mary M. Kuntscher Berry ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuntscher Joe and Geri Petru Kuntscher ‘59 Sister Juliane Kuntscher, IWBS ‘55 Sister Michelle Marie Kuntscher, IWBS ‘60 Mr. Victor A. Kuntscher Mr. and Mrs. Woody Riedel Terry and Judy Kuntscher Temple ‘64 Dolores Petru Vesely ‘56 Jimmy and Jeannine Kuntscher Weisman ‘59 Patrick “Pat” Rivers ‘55, CCCA Scholarship Joe and Mary Catherine Rivers Pennington ‘50 Crit and Margaret Anderson Sciantarelli ‘37 Scholarship George and Mary Alice Walsh Gaines ‘61 Mr. Oscar J. Garza, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Green Mr. Charles E. Gross Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Hoffer Mr. and Mrs. Tom Matthews Mrs. Linda L. McClure Ms. and Mrs. Frank L. McNiff, Jr. Mr. John R. Miller Mrs. Patty P. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Nelson Stephen and Kathleen Walsh O’Neal ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. Martin S. Pena Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Reisdorph Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schultz Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Sciantarelli Ms. Patricia J. Trebits Dolores Petru Vesely ‘56 Mrs. Bobbie L. Walsh Mr. David Walsh Belinda and Michael Walsh, CCCA ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. Casper Wenzel

Gerald Robert and Willie Mae Shirley Scholarship Art and Mary Shirley Salinas ‘75 Reverend Monsignor Richard J. Shirley, PA ‘59 Alfred and Lucille Hoelscher Snapka Scholarship Incarnate Word Academy Larry and Carolyn Hoelscher Snapka Scholarship Carolyn and Larry J. Snapka ‘63 Sister Martha Ann Snapka, IWBS ‘53 Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Montoya Sandra Pope LeMaire Sykora ‘66 Scholarship Ms. Mary E. LeMaire Scott and Josephine Temple Scholarship Mary M. Kuntscher Berry ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuntscher Joe and Geri Petru Kuntscher ‘59 Sister Juliane Kuntscher, IWBS ‘55 Sister Michelle Marie Kuntscher, IWBS ‘60 Mr. Victor A. Kuntscher Mr. and Mrs. Woody Riedel Terry and Judy Kuntscher Temple ‘64 Dolores Petru Vesely ‘56 Jimmy and Jeannine Kuntscher Weisman ‘59 Sister Agnes Marie Tengler, IWBS ‘43 Scholarship Charles and Rosemary Logan Doolin ‘66 Wally and Bernice Whitworth ‘35 Scholarship Patricia M. Murray Eisenhauer ‘61 Charles and Elizabeth Whitworth Menard ‘57 Shell Oil Company Angelo L. Zanetti Scholarship Carole Zanetti

Bequests and Potential Roadblocks Your bequest to the Incarnate Word Academy Foundation—a gift under a last will or trust or through life insurance or retirement plans—provides critical support for IWA’s priorities and initiatives that align with your interests. However, potential problems, both in the estate planning process and during administration, can jeopardize the timely fulfillment of a charitable bequest. Here’s an item to help you avoid these problems: Are your named fiduciaries experienced? The individuals charged with administering your estate will be tasked with marshaling accounts, paying creditors and expenses, liquidating assets, and communicating with beneficiaries, including charities. Naming fiduciaries who have previous experience or other relevant skills may result in a timelier and more cost-efficient process, maximizing the remaining funds meant for the beneficiaries.

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2018-2019 ANNUAL REPORT TRIBUTE GIFTS Gifts in Honor Of Bobby and Donna Gough Mr. and Mrs. Darrell J. Atkins Rev. Monsignor Michael A. Howell Rev. Monsignor Richard Shirley Rev. Monsignor Roger Smith Rev. Monsignor Mark Chamberlin

Samuel L. Canterbury III Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Hennes

Mr. Cecil Lira Donald and Susan Milloy Taft ‘62

Roseanne Prihoda Conger ‘64 Raymond and Margaret Mary Kelly Dreyer ‘62 Donald and Susan Milloy Taft ‘62

Brad and Lenore Chamberlin Mabry ‘66 Rev. Monsignor Mark Chamberlin

Jackson Kidd Duncan American Bank Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Beavers Mr. and Mrs. David W. Green Ms. Sammie H. Grunwald Alexandra M. Harrel ‘12 Ms. Janice Shanks Whittington & Hubbard, P.C.

Gifts in Memory Of Sarah Elizabeth Gough Bordenet Sister Denise Cassidy, IWBS Sister Mary Lucy Garcia, IWBS Sister Kathleen McDonagh, IWBS Margaret Rose Pacheco Art and Mary Shirley Salinas ‘75

Luis Antonio “Lucho” Mackrizz, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Monte Floerke Mr. Herbert G. Morrison, Jr. Mrs. Patty P. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Casper Wenzel

Patricia Ann Fairchild Pam Nemec Mary Lou Till Russell ‘45 Thomas E. Thornton August “Boochie” Uehlinger Raymond and Margaret Mary Kelly Dreyer ‘62

Phil Rizzo Richard “Dick” E. Weinland Mr. and Mrs. James J. Laudadio Johnny Dunn Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Casper Wenzel Emma Chastain Wright ‘43 Nann Wright ‘67

The Jeanne de Matel Heritage Circle The Jeanne de Matel Heritage Circle was established by the Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament in 2003 to recognize individuals who have indicated that they have included Incarnate Word Academy in their wills. Through the generous bequest of past donors, Incarnate Word Academy has been able to continue providing excellence in education and advancing the mission. Dr. Robert Bezdek Mary Gwen Foran Brummitt ’49 Joe and Margot Ortega-Coco Rosemary Logan Doolin ’66 Sister Suzanne Friedmann, SFCC ’57 Lidy Paul Fritz Bobby and Donna Gough Sammie H. Grunwald

Charles D. Imbergamo Jennifer and Monty Lee Ann Logan-Lubben ’64 Shirley Paul Mireur Travis H. and Jeanette E. Flusche Mullenix ’54 Donald and Cecile Hendricks Pesek ’76 Dianne Raska

Patricia Riek ’58 Mary C. Shead ’43 Sara Solis Alan and Mamie Stoner Msgr. Alvin Tengler, CCCA ’42 Maria Delia Tucker Aneda Shead Zablocki ’43

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The Planned Giving Program provides opportunities for donors to promote and enhance Catholic education at Incarnate Word Academy as part of their legacy. One of the popular and exciting plans that partners use to strengthen our mission is the IWA Forever program. The IWA Forever program gives loyal alumni, families, and friends of Incarnate Word Academy the ability to ensure that their average annual giving continues forever upon their death.

Your Legacy — Endowed Forever

To advance the mission of the Sisters of the Incarnate Word in making Jesus known and loved through education, the IWA Forever initiative allows alumni, family, and friends of Incarnate Word Academy to leave a lasting legacy that extends their Catholic education partnership into the future.

For more information contact: Sister Martha Ann Snapka, IWBS ’53, Planned Giving Officer and IWA Foundation Liaison (361) 883-0857, ext. 108 | (361) 877-1232 or snapkam@iwacc.org

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PRECIOUS STONES SUPPORTING THE MISSION SCHOLARSHIP DONOR RECOGNITION SOCIETY In gratitude for the significant contributions of scholarship funds, the Precious Stones Supporting the Mission Scholarship Recognition Society was created. This recognition society acknowledges donors whose lifetime giving to the scholarship program totals $10,000 or more. An induction ceremony takes place during the Annual Donor Appreciation Luncheon. “I will build you with stones of turquoise, your foundations with sapphires. I will make your battlements of rubies, your gates of sparkling jewels, and all your walls of precious stones. All your sons and daughters shall be taught by the Lord, and great shall be the peace of your children.” -Isaiah 54:11-12

Diamond: $250,000+

Emerald: $50,000-99,999

Ruby: $100,000-249,999

Diamond

Sapphire: $25,000-49,999

San Jacinto Title Services of Corpus Christi Philomena Busker Walker ’42 Casper and Emily Wenzel Paul and Beverly York

Lidy Fritz Estate Sara Solis Educational Trust

Ruby

Pearl

Jerri Hatch Paquette ’50 Lt. Colonel Maria Del Carmen Solis

Anonymous (2) Dean and Mary Berry Pat Megerle Booth ’49 and Gloria Spahn Boutte ‘49 Dr. Carlos Canales, M.D. Dr. William ’53 and Ellen Jane Tiblier-Carter ‘53 Joe and Margot Coco Troy L. Creamean Richard and Mary Ann Chilen Davis ’57 The Escobedo Family John and Patti Flood The Gonzalez Family: Dr. Grace Gonzalez Glenn ’62, Dr. Adela Gonzalez, PhD, MPA ’56, Dr. Anna Marie Gonzalez Sorensen, PhD ’57 Maxine Fergerson Grubbs IWA Booster Club IWA Middle Level PTO Joe and Geri Petru Kuntscher ‘59 Aloysia Petru LeMaire ‘71

Emerald

Fritter Estate George Anne Hubert Muckleroy ’55 Patty and Joe Mueller, CCCA ’42 Marguerite Sours Foundation

Sapphire

Anonymous Dr. Bob Bezdek Roman and Sophie Bezdek Snapka Ellen Jane Carter Vann and Mary Kennedy Patricia Brown Meyers ‘51 Shirley Paul Mireur Estate O’Connor and Hewitt Foundation Jack and Grace Powers ‘63 Cy and Dee Dee Richards

Pearl: $10,000-24,999

Tom and Carol Losier Nan McGloin Joe Metz Mary Martin Meyer ‘55 Jeanette Flusche Mullenix ‘54 Pam and Joe Nemec ‘61 Dennis and Marie Nicholas Monica O’Neill E.R. and Janice Phillips ‘55 The Rivers Family: Mary Catherine Pennington ’50, Joe, CCCA ’50, Henry, CCCA ’53 and Alex Rivers, CCCA ’61 Arthur and Lora Roach Mary Shead Estate Edward Speed, CCCA ‘66 Ernest Speed, CCCA ‘58 Terry and Judy Temple ‘64 Msgr. Alvin Tengler, CCCA ‘42 M. Delia Cortez Tucker Kay and Ralph West, CCCA ‘56 Angelo L. Zanetti Cliff, CCCA ’46 and Joyce Ulcak Zarsky ‘57

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES | JULY 1, 2018- JUNE 30, 2019 SUPPORT IWBS Sisters Contribution Contributions and Grants Investment Income

TOTAL SUPPORT EXPENSES Scholarships and Tuition Assistance Continuing Education - IWA Faculty Board Designated Awards Grants - Other Administrative Expenses

$200,000 $101,010 $1,252,659

$1,553,668 $416,552 $7,118 $6,500 $426,000 $122,381

TOTAL EXPENSES

$978,551

Increase in Net Assets

$575,117

Net Assets Beginning of Year

NET ASSETS END OF YEAR

$6,351,727

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A GRADUAL TRANSITION Dear Friends, For the past seventeen years, I have had the privilege of serving as the Incarnate Word Academy Foundation Planned Giving Program Director. I am grateful for the experience of working with dedicated faculty, staff, and generous donors like you. Your support and encouragement over the years has allowed us, together, to build a program that provides assistance towards advancing the mission of Incarnate Word Academy. Your commitment to Incarnate Word Academy has been a source of inspiration and a tremendous support of our ministry of Catholic education. I am especially grateful to you for your ongoing prayers and financial assistance towards the IWA Scholarship program. I will gradually begin transitioning out of role of Director of the Planned Giving Program, while continuing to serve as the Foundation’s Liaison to the Board of Trustees. I am happy to announce that we have a well-qualified, partner in mission for the position of Planned Giving Program Director, Margot Ortega-Coco. Together, she and I will continue to work as a team to provide an efficient transition.

Margot has contributed many years of service on the Incarnate Word Academy campus as a parent, middle school teacher, and a member of various committees. She and her husband, Joe, have shared their time, talent and treasure with IWA through their annual contributions, their establishment of a permanent scholarship, Joe’s service on the IWA School Board, and Margot’s dedication to the IWA Scholarship Committee. In addition, they have been inducted as members in the Jeanne de Matel Heritage Circle, designating Incarnate Word Academy in their estate planning. During the next few months, Margot Ortega-Coco will begin assuming the responsibilities to become the Director in July, 2020. I hope you will have the opportunity to meet or speak with her at some point during this transition. Please join me in welcoming Margot as the future IWA Foundation Planned Giving Program Director. Be assured of the prayers of the Sisters for you and your family. Sincerely in the Incarnate Word,

Sister Martha Ann Snapka

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