Millionaires Next Door Create $4 million Endowment
Texas Biomedical Research Institute is the beneficiary of a $4 million gift from Milton and Geraldine Goldstein to create an endowment that assists promising researchers above the postdoctoral level. From modest, hard-working beginnings to the establishment of an enduring legacy, the Goldsteins are a true American success story.
John V. Rowan, Jr. Creates a Living Memorial in the Rowan Fund
Texas Biomed is honored by the generosity of a bequest from Mr. John V. Rowan, Jr., who passed away on December 2, 2002. Mr. Rowan, who lived much of his early life in San Antonio, was the co-owner and principal of an interior design firm in New York City.
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