Reunions is legendary, and so is William D. Zabel ’58. One of the world’s leading estate and tax planners, the names on his client list range from Annenberg and Chrysler to Soros. Join us at Reunions for lessons of a lifetime from this legend in his own time!
Princeton a capella group, the Roaring 20, serenaded members of the 1746 Society -- alumni, spouses, widows, parents, and friends who have included Princeton in their estate plans or made life income gifts -- at the Office of Gift Planning's annual luncheon, held in Prospect House on April 27, 2017.
Prospect Gardens’ tulips were in full bloom as 1746 Society members gathered on April 27, 2017, helping to keep spirits bright and conversation lively. The event, hosted by Princeton’s Office of Gift Planning, recognizes alumni, spouses, widows, parents, and friends who have included Princeton in their estate plans or made life income gifts.
Charles Gillispie, Princeton’s Dayton-Stockton Professor of History Emeritus, epitomized the qualities associated with an ideal professor: rigorous scholarship and a devotion to students.
Three students are exploring how we learn language, preparing to improve healthcare in India, and teaching American Sign Language, thanks to 1746 Society members Walker McKinney ’50, R. Kenneth Perry ’50, and Thomas Nichol Jr. ’33, who combined loyalty and philanthropy by aiding students through their estate plans.
The travels of R. Kenneth Perry ’50 and Margaret (Garie) Perry have taken them to China, Australia, Kenya, England, Majorca—and all 32 Princetons in the United States.
Princetonians with financial management expertise shared their insights on “Longevity Planning: Navigating Market Volatility Over a Lifetime” during the 2016 Office of Gift Planning Reunions Seminar.
In 1983 the University was notified that Stephen Hobart Condit of Parsippany-Troy Hills had left some 50 acres of New Jersey real estate, including his historic home, in an unrestricted bequest to Princeton. Condit, a Lehigh University graduate, had contributed to Annual Giving in years past in memory of two alumni he believed were related to him, Professor Kenneth H. Condit '1913, who served as the dean of the School of Engineering during World War II, and Benjamin Smith Condit '1880. But this gift--which eventually amounted to more than $1 million when the property was sold--seemed out of the blue.
Looking for perspective on the market’s ups and downs? Eager for tips on how to sustain and grow your assets? Hear experts discuss “Longevity Planning: Navigating Market Volatility Over a Lifetime.”
Princeton’s Office of Gift Planning presented an informational discussion on “Longevity Planning: Navigating Market Volatility Over a Lifetime” during Reunions 2016. The panel of experts included moderator Margaret Cannella ’73 of Columbia Business School; Suzanne Killea ’83 of Merrill Lynch’s Private Banking and Investment Group; David Boles ’81 of J.P. Morgan; and Stephen K. Shueh ’97 of Roundview Capital.