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Rosemary Clemens’ Bequest Honors Physician Husband and Institutional Excellence

"I became involved with NYU Langone Health through my husband's affiliation and my admiration and respect for the institution," said Rosemary A. Clemens, PhD, a retired college professor and former CEO who now lives in Florida. "Later, I was personally involved with the medical center as a patient."

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Rhona and Frank Ehrlich Make Gift in Wills to NYU Langone in Thanks for Saving Rhona's Life

Rhona Ehrlich built her career in advertising and marketing in the newspaper field—first for Gannett Newspapers and later landing her "dream job" as advertising director of El Diario-La Presna, New York's oldest Spanish language daily.

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Dr. Grieco’s Bequest Will Support Future Scholarships at NYUGSOM

Associate Dean of Alumni Affairs at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine Anthony J. Grieco, MD'63, came to NYU as a student in the late 1950s and has been at the institution ever since. Dr. Grieco also serves on the faculty of the Department of Internal Medicine and is a beloved teacher and mentor to generations of NYU medical students and alumni.

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Dr. Perry Robins Gives Back in Gratitude

Growing up in New Jersey during the Great Depression, Perry Robins never imagined that he would become a physician. "No one in my family had ever gone to college," he says. A self-educated uncle talked him into trying. So he hit the books, and in 1952 he graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in chemistry.

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Dr. Bernard Schapiro: Giving Back Is a Path to Happiness

Dr. Bernard (Bernie) Schapiro is giving back to NYU Langone Health's School of Medicine through his will because he is grateful for the exceptional education he received and his experience at Bellevue Hospital that carried him through a long career as a family physician. As Bernie explains, "What you do in life, if you want to achieve happiness, enduring happiness, you need to give back."

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