Jeff Jardine

March 31, 2014 8:51 PM

Jeff Jardine: More tributes to Waterford woman who left fortune to benefit children, arts

Last week, I wrote about Josephine Marks, a Waterford resident who designated a significant portion of her $1.3 million estate to benefit children and the arts. Her great-nephew Rob Kunde came to Modesto to present checks to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Stanislaus County, Modesto Gospel Mission, the Stanislaus County Farm Bureau’s Camp Sylvester in the Sierra for kids, and the Waterford Education Foundation.

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