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Archways provide safe passage.

At St. Joseph’s Villa, children and families are able to pass safely from lives shaped by homelessness, mental illness, autism, emotional and behavioral disorders, and other challenges to futures of greater independence, capability, confidence, and hope.

Archways endure through time.

Archways are emblematic of the Villa campus. The historic structures they support have stood the test of time, as has our commitment to helping children and families in the greatest need.

Archways celebrate victory.

Our community of support empowers our children and families to break down barriers and succeed in ways they may have never thought possible.

The Archway Society is a distinctive recognition of friends whose estate plans provide strong and durable support for those we serve. We thank the following active and legacy members of the Archway Society who are known to us:

Active Members

Those with current plans to support the Villa in the future:


Mary J. Caliandro
Norwood & Marguerite Davis
Kathleen C. Duke
David D. Redmond
Bobby & Alice Ross
Richard J. “Dick” Tarrant, Jr.

Legacy Members

Those whose past plans are supporting the Villa now and always:


Robert M. Atack
Elizabeth M. Fairchild
Beverly Morgan-Williams
Mary Temple Murrill
Lora Robins
Most Reverend Walter F. Sullivan

What about donors of planned gifts who aren’t known to us?

If you have included St. Joseph’s Villa in your estate plans, we invite you to notify us so that we can ensure your philanthropic intent is honored, and count you among the members of the Archway Society. For confidential support, please contact David Huffine, VP for Advancement, at 804-553-3220 or email.

*Deceased

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