Planned Gifts

At ROBS, we are blessed to have countless supporters who are passionate about our school. Over the years their contributions have built us up and kept us going strong. Many of these donations have come to us in the form of planned gifts. While the types of gifts vary, from straight assets to more complex financial instruments, they are typically designated as part of the donor’s estate planning.

A planned gift allows you to donate on your terms, during your lifetime or in your will, so you can make a significant contribution without affecting your current lifestyle. Those who have made planned gifts are named to our Legacy Society. Their generosity has enormously impacted our school, and we are eternally grateful for their dedication to our mission.

Legacy Society Members

A Friend of River Oaks Baptist School* Melinda B. Hildebrand*
A Friend of River Oaks Baptist School* Robin and Danny Klaes
Kelty and Rogers Crain* Alexandra Lloyd Knight '87 and Brady Knight '87
Kamala C. Sachidanandan and John M. Curry* Kristy Liedtke
Terry Huffington and Ralph E. Dittman* The Estate of Mrs. Jean Bigham Lykes*+
Christine J. Drusch Joella and Steven P. Mach
Diane Edmiston* Carolyn Hazel McConathy*
Monetta Edmiston*+ Andrea Messier*
Diana Fadrique* James E. Myers*
Elizabeth Farish* Estate of Knox D. Nunnally+
Kristen and Robert P. Gauntt* Carol Ann Paddock
Larry D. George* Kim and Randy Petersen
Linda K. and Rodney L. Gray* Beth A. and John D. Rogers
Lisa K. Groten Kathy and Ed Segner*
Carolyn and Peter Hartley+ Keith J. Sparks
Graham Hartley '87* Sarah S. and Timothy T. Stephens*
Benjamin Heard '94* Gail and Terry Stewart*+
Heather Hess '85* Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Willingham
Nancy Heath Hightower, Ed.D.*

* Charter Member
+ Deceased

Members as of April 22, 2015
Ambitious academics rooted in abiding Christian values for children age 2 through grade 8

Located in Houston, Texas, River Oaks Baptist School is a private, Christian, co-educational day school for students in preschool, lower school, and middle school. Students benefit from a challenging academic program, Christian character education, competitive athletics, fine and performing arts, and a wide selection of extra-curricular activities.