Giving Matters: A Legacy Lives On – Beverly Koski

 (p. 50–51)
February 2013
When Beverly Koski moved from the Cleveland area to Sarasota in 1967 with her late husband, Robert, she never imagined that she would fall in love with our cultured city by the bay—or that one day a bell tower would be named in her honor. In fact, she wasn’t all that enthusiastic about the move. [This article in the Giving Matters section covers Beverly Koski’s gift of the Koski Bell Tower and Plaza at New College of Florida.]

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