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Even though he was a standout high school athlete in three sports, it was no surprise to those that knew him when Patrick Wiese made the commitment to pursue his first love: Baseball. He accepted an offer from Le Moyne College and began his life...

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John Rinn Winter, Jr. had always admired the rolling hills and valleys of Upstate New York. Born in 1925 in Syracuse to Katharine and John, Winter hailed from a family with a deep history of roots weaved into Central New York. Winter’s great, great grandfather,...

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This fund was established by Dorothy Crouse Witherill in 1998 to support the broad and changing needs of the community.

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On July 3, 1998, Central New York lost one of its biggest supporters, Dorothy Crouse Witherill. She cared deeply for the greater Syracuse community and supported institutions and organizations concerned with education, human services and the arts. Her will provided for an unrestricted bequest to...

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On July 3, 1998, Central New York lost one of its biggest supporters, Dorothy Crouse Witherill. She cared deeply for the greater Syracuse community and supported institutions and organizations concerned with education, human services and the arts. Her will provided for an unrestricted bequest to...

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Forrest H. Witmeyer was born in Annville, PA and lived in Syracuse for many years after graduating from Syracuse University before moving to Rochester in 1995. He was president of Excelsior Insurance Co. in Syracuse from 1946 until his retirement in 1970. He was president...

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The Women’s Fund of Central New York established this fund to support, empower and recognize the advancement and full participation of women and girls in Central New York through grants and initiatives. For more information, visit our full Women’s Fund page.

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