Generous Donation—When Norman Nolan passed away at age 95 in April, he left all his assets to the Cornell University Hospital for Animals, particularly to help those who can’t afford the services their animals need. A longtime beloved visitor, he often brought treats to the vet school and hospital staff. A retired Navy gunner, he worked at the Naval ROTC at Cornell and fell in love with the university. Nolan owned many dogs and cats over the years. “His pets were his children, he adored them and got the best veterinary care he could get!” says Dr. Carol Hardy, a longtime friend and former senior lecturer in Biomedical Sciences.