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Ibis Society

The Ibis Society is named for the University of Miami’s mascot, the Ibis – an ancient symbol of enlightenment. Early Egyptians used the Ibis as a symbol of wisdom, and the modern White Ibis is native to South Florida.

The Ibis Society honors those whose total commitment to the University has reached at least $250,000. Individual members of the Society are recognized with a copper medallion suspended from an orange ribbon. Members receive a specially-commissioned glass engraving bearing the name of the society.

For more information, please visit the University of Miami’s Donor Recognition website.

Membership Roster

The following Ibis Society members have contributed between $250,000 and $499,999 to the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center:

  • Estate of Eugene K. Auerbach
  • Bergstein Family Foundation
  • Adam E. Carlin
  • Cynthia Davis Carr
  • Estate Guillermo A. Duany
  • Theresa M. and Saul Esman Foundation
  • Robert James Fewell
  • Walter B. Field
  • Estate of Florence W. Grundy
  • Carol Hesser
  • Peggy Hollander
  • S. Samuel Hollander
  • Estate of Maude Martin
  • J.W. Marriott Marquis/Miami
  • Rudolph and Greta Koppel Foundation
  • Joan Levy Cancer Foundation
  • Irene and Bill Panoff/Porthole Cruise Magazine
  • Estate of Daniel Pattacini
  • Maria and Jose Recio
  • Ryder System, Inc.
  • Saks Fifth Avenue-Bal Harbour
  • Stearns Weaver Miller Alhadeff and Sitterson, P.A.
  • United States Surgical Corporation
  • Renee Valent Varas
  • Estate of Luisa Zanichelli
  • Estate of Rose Zimmerman
  • Marty and Barbara Zweig Foundation

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