Rosalinda O'Neill leaves a legacy at City of Hope
May 21, 2014 | by City of Hope
Rosalinda O'Neill, president and founder of CEO LifeMentor Inc., has been a longtime member of the City of Hope Board of Governors support group. She's also become a member of the Legacy of Hope Society by including City of Hope in her will.
O'Neill's mother passed away from brain cancer at the age of 51, when Rosalinda was only 27. She stepped into the role of providing support for her four younger brothers. Were her mother to have come to City of Hope for treatment, Rosalinda envisions that the diagnosis would have been quicker and more accurate.
By creating a will that includes City of Hope, she sees herself providing long-term support to the uniquely balanced combination of 'hearts' and 'brains' at City of Hope.
To learn more about supporting City of Hope through a planned gift in your will, IRA beneficiary designation or other means, visit myplanwithcoh.org or contact Amy Goldman, vice president of Planned Giving, at 800-232-3314.
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