By Associated Press
When Grace Groner died in January her attorney told the school how much her donation would be and the college’s president said „Oh, my God.” The millions came from a $180 stock purchase Groner made in 1935. The money will be used for a foundation for student internships and study-abroad programs.
Groner worked as a secretary for 43 years. Her attorney and friend William Marlatt says she could have lived in any house in Lake Forest but chose not to.
Groner also left her small home to the school. It will be called „Grace’s Cottage” and will house women who receive scholarships.