The Schuberts Give Back Through Service and Planned Giving

Caring for others has always been a passion for Paul and Connie Schubert. Paul was a Lutheran pastor- serving as far away as the Virgin Islands- before earning his Ph.D. in psychology and starting his own counseling practice. Connie worked with children as a psychiatric clinical nurse. in 2012, the Schuberts combined their love of travel and desire to serve by participating in a mission trip to Kenya with the Dexter United Methodist Church.

Paul and Connie are “charter members” at The Cedars of Dexter where they have lived since 2010. Connie enjoys the exercise classes, while Paul loves to write the Cedar Chips group he helped launch with residents and members of the Dexter Community. “It is exactly what we had hoped for when we moved here,” says Paul.

They are also members of the UMRC Foundation’s Wesley Legacy Society through a gift in their estate plan. “We have a firm belief in giving back,” says the couple. “We have been given a lot and want to share with others.”

As members of the Wesley Legacy Society, Paul and Connie chose to support the UMRC Foundation’s Benevolent Care Fund through their estate plan. To learn how you can join the Schuberts in making a lasting difference for tomorrow’s older adults, contact the UMRC Foundation at 734.433.1000 ext. 7502.