Timothy Crossan Memorial Fund established at Western

Western Today staff

Jerry Crossan and Susan Flores have established the Timothy Crossan Memorial Fund to provide and enhance counseling services for students in need of emotional and mental health support while attending Western Washington University. The establishment of this fund will leave a strong legacy in counseling services, resources and peer support training, according to the endowment agreement. The fund has been named for their late son Timothy Crossan, who attended Western.

The endowment was established by a gift of $25,000 received from Jerry Crossan and Susan Flores.

“Western would like to recognize and thank Jerry and Susan for their generosity, which will enhance counseling services for Western students,” said Eileen Coughlin, vice president for Enrollment and Student Services at Western. “We are humbled by their willingness to give to support other Western students.”

Anyone who would like to contribute to this fund may do so online by visiting the WWU Foundation. On the contribution form, in the required field “Please designate my gift to the following,” enter the words “Timothy Crossan Memorial Fund.” Checks can also be mailed to: Timothy Crossan Memorial Fund, c/o WWU Foundation, 516 High St., MS 9034, Bellingham, WA 98225-9034.

Monday, May 14, 2012