Paul W. Powell Memorial Fund
Dr. Paul W. Powell served Baylor University faithfully as Dean of the George W. Truett Theological Seminary and as Chairman of the Board of Regents for several years. We celebrate his life and Christian witness.
In Honor of Karla Nelson
Baylor University celebrates the life and legacy of Karla Nelson, a beloved colleague who served the staff, faculty and students faithfully for 18 years. Colleagues have chosen to honor her memory through gifts to the Baylor Scholarship Fund.
David Grotberg Endowed Scholarship Fund
David Grotberg was a visible presence at Baylor. He was an Honors Program student, a Baylor Interdisciplinary Core member, a University Scholar, as well as a prominent member of the Golden Wave Band. Beyond his many activities and accomplishments, David was loved deeply by fellow students and faculty. To honor his memory, you can designate a gift to the Endowed Scholarship bearing his name.
Jared Frame Endowed Scholarship Fund
Jared's parents and friends will always remember him as a young man of great character, integrity and wisdom beyond his years. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials for Jared be sent to the Jared Frame Endowed Scholarship Fund in his name.
Carol Bright Parker
Carol Bright Parker was a dedicated member of the Baylor family, and to celebrate her life, her family has requested memorials be made to Baylor University's President's Scholarship Fund.
Martha Sheeder Endowed Scholarship in Nursing
An alumna of the Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing, Martha Sheeder became a nurse to minister to those battling cancer - the same as nurses had done for her years before. To celebrate her life, her family has established the Martha Sheeder Endowed Scholarship in Nursing.
Diana R. Garland
She shared her faith and hope with everyone around her. Diana came to be a part of our beloved School of Social Work at Baylor 18 years ago. She was an amazing mentor, teacher, scholar, and friend, and she will be greatly missed. Although we mourn deeply, we can still smile as we feel her presence in these halls and whisper her name with each mention of the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work.