Hospice East Bay's Legacy Society

Our Legacy Society honors those who have included Hospice East Bay in their estate plans. Through their generosity, these individuals ensure our mission will continue long into the future. Society members receive regular updates on our programs and services. We also gather once a year over an elegant lunch at the Orinda Country Club to meet with our CEO and Board Chair.

To be included as a member of the Legacy Society, simply inform us of your planned gift over the phone or by downloading and returning our Notification of Planned Gift form.

If you would like more information about making a Legacy Gift, please contact Mats Wallin at (925) 887-5678, or visit our Planned Giving page.


 Legacy Luncheon, 2017

The next Legacy Society Luncheon will be held at:

Orinda Country Club, Orinda
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
11:30 am to 2 pm


Read about some of our Legacy Society members below:


  • Theresa Caygill

    The Simple Gift of a Ring

    In June, one of our steadfast supporters, Theresa (Teri) Caygill, became a patient of Hospice East Bay. Like many people in our care, she received support from a number of our staff, including a case manager, social worker, chaplain, and home health aide. Case manager Cindy Seibert took care of Teri’s husband 10 years ago so she asked Cindy to be ...

  • Photo of Legacy Society member Dottie Boyd with her mom, Naomi Graves

    Meet Legacy Supporter Dottie Boyd

    Dottie Boyd learned about Hospice East Bay long before she needed our help. She and her late husband Charlie were longtime donors and good friends of Hospice East Bay over the years. In 2000, they notified us that we are a beneficiary of their estate plan, and joined our Legacy Society. So, when Charlie passed away unexpectedly in 2011, we ...

  • Photo of Legacy Society member Millie Day

    Mildred A. Day: Legacy Supporter

    Millie Day was quite surprised to find out that she has been one of Hospice East Bay’s most generous supporters for more than twenty years. She lives a comfortable life of modest means, but has nevertheless created a legacy of generosity during her lifetime by being a regular supporter of causes that are important to her.

    Millie was born ...

  • Photo of Legacy Society members Anne Steinmann and Stan Lowenberg

    You Can't Spoil People With Love

    One of the first things you notice about Anne Steinmann and Stan Lowenberg is how comfortable they are in each others’ company. When you get to know them, you realize it makes perfect sense, because it’s apparent that they share core a philosophy: caring for others.

    This philosophy is embodied not only by their mutual careers as physicians, but ...

  • Sharon Iversen Talks About Legacy Giving

    Scott’s Restaurant in Walnut Creek was the venue for a gathering of our Legacy Society on Thursday, July 14. We honored members of the society for their generous intentions to support Hospice East Bay through gifts from their estates. Our guests enjoyed a delicious lunch, and heard a speech by Board member Sharon Iversen about her philosophy of ...

  • Photo of Legacy Society member Erica Weingarten

    Repaying the Kindness of Others

    In May of this year, Hospice East Bay received a phone call that both saddened us and gave us cause for joy. One of our longtime supporters, Erica Weingarten, who had recently become a Hospice patient, called to tell us that she knew she would not live much longer and was troubled about some of the details of her living trust. She had made our ...