April Sampson Cancer Center Supporters Share Their Why
Linda and Jack Wolfe
Linda and Jack Wolfe say they are fortunate to live a good life. Linda, a retired elementary teacher and vice principal, and Jack, a semi-retired attorney, live in Lincoln surrounded by their family – two children and four grandchildren - and large group of close friends.
HoriSun Hospice Community Foundation
As locally owned and run organizations, HoriSun Hospice and its community foundation believe in supporting community programs that align with hospice care and help make Lincoln a better place. So there was no hesitation when approached by the Bryan Foundation, that they would support the future April Sampson Comprehensive Community Cancer Center.
You might say Minnie Stephens was born with an appreciation for health care. Her mother gave birth to her early and breach, in their Palmyra, Nebraska, living room. The doctor made a house call; her father made a very fast run – on dirt roads - to the Syracuse hospital to fetch an incubator.