The Oklahoma Pharmacy Legacy
Do you ever wonder what kind of legacy you will leave behind? The Oklahoma Pharmacy Educational Foundation (OPEF) provides an opportunity to memorialize and extend your personal commitment to pharmacy and have a lasting impact on the pharmacy profession.
Contributions have enabled the foundation to carry out its mission to inspire generosity and fulfill the aspirations of the pharmacy profession through the support of education, practice-based research, public education materials for practitioners, recognition programs for pharmacists with innovative practices and practice development.
For this reason, the foundation’s Legacy Endowment Group has been established. The Legacy Endowment Group is comprised of individuals who wish to provide a gift of life insurance to the foundation. Your commitment of life insurance will provide a substantial deferred gift with modest annual contributions on your part over twelve years. The annual premium may be tax deductible as it is paid to OPEF, an IRS-approved charitable organization.
The Legacy Endowment Group will help assure OPEF has the long-term reality of enriching and building the heritage of Oklahoma pharmacy. Each of these insurance policies will support Oklahoma pharmacy long after we are gone.
Members of this exclusive group are: Clay Moore, Edmond; Phil Woodward, Yukon; Greg Huenergardt, Shattuck; Milton Siegfried, Hutchinson; Kyle Whitehead, Enid; Don Ritter, Atoka; Terry Potter, Yukon; Michael Dotson, Broken Arrow; Andrew Kohler, Owasso; Mike Pinkerton, Stilwell; and Eric Winegardner, Shawnee.
For more information on how you can participate, contact OPEF at 405-528-3338 or Your Pharmacists Mutual Representatives: Terry Potter – 800-247-5930 ext. 7125.