Doris Stipech Supports "Insightful" Programming
Doris and her husband, John, moved to Colorado from Washington, D.C., in the late 1960s and were thrilled to find CPR on the dial. For more than 40 years, CPR has made a major impact on Doris's quality of life.
"I so appreciate the insightful programming found on Colorado Public Radio," she says. "It gives our community the opportunity to hear balanced news." Doris enjoys "Morning Edition" and "All Things Considered" and is particularly pleased with the breadth and context of statewide news provided by CPR's award-winning daily interview program, "Colorado Matters."
"Colorado Public Radio keeps me well-rounded and broadens my horizon," Doris says.
On the job as a State Farm insurance agent, Doris listens to CPR's classical music service to find balance and perspective during her workday.
Besides being an annual donor and Legacy Partner, Doris contributes to CPR by providing corporate support through her business. Doris decided to become a Legacy Partner to ensure CPR remains strong and continues to flourish as a community institution for future generations.
Naming CPR as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy or IRA is an easy way to provide a generous gift. For more information on becoming a Legacy Partner, contact Joann Wooley at 303-871-9191, Ext. 312 or email@example.com.
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