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Why I Give

By Camille Webb

Making the choice to invest in the UT Medical School is a meaningful way for alumni to give back to the school that provided them with their education and training and helped them to be where they are today.

These three alumni chose to give back to the Medical School in support of student scholarships and offered to share their stories with UT-Houston Medicine.

Gifts such as theirs make it possible for the school to provide an exceptional educational experience for current students as they work to become future physicians.

For more information about giving to the UT Medical School, please call the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at 713.500.5125 or visit med.uth.tmc.edu.

William Robert Jarvis, M.D., '74

William Robert Jarvis, M.D.

William Robert Jarvis, M.D., a 1974 graduate of the Medical School, is from California and grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. He and his wife, Dr. Janine Jason, have two daughters, Danielle (oldest) and Ashley. The Jarvis' enjoy spending their winters on Hilton Head Island, S.C., while their summers are split between San Francisco and on the ocean in Port Orford, Ore.

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Elizabeth Roseberry, M.D., '85

Elizabeth Roseberry, M.D.

Elizabeth Roseberry, M.D., a 1985 Medical School graduate, was born in the small college town of Athens, Ohio, but has moved all over the country since she was just 8 years old. She has lived in states including North Carolina, Oregon, West Virginia, Connecticut, Arizona, and Texas but now makes Marion, Ohio, her home. Definitely bitten by the travel bug, Dr. Roseberry seeks adventure and spends her spare time traveling the world. She has toured such far off places as the Mediterranean, Egypt, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, and England. She also plans a trip to the Galapagos Islands this fall.

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Jane C.K. Fitch, M.D., '88

Jane C.K. Fitch, M.D.

Jane C.K. Fitch, M.D., a 1988 graduate of the Medical School, was born and raised in North Carolina but now lives in Oklahoma with her husband of 30 years, John Fitch, who incidentally is also her high school sweetheart. The Fitches admit to being very low maintenance and have no children, pets, or live plants but simply enjoy each other's company.

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