Stephanie Blackburn Freeth ’97 and Tim Freeth ’95 met and married after graduating from Princeton when both were establishing their careers. Now a family of four, they have prudently created an estate plan.
Throughout its 131-year history, alumni and friends have supported the Princeton University Art Museum by bequeathing works of art, endowing curatorships, and establishing funds to advance the museum’s scholarly mission.
Howard “Scott” McCue III ’68, retired from the international law firm Mayer Brown LLP, shares his expertise on recent tax law changes and their possible ramifications for charitable giving.
William Zabel ’58 and Howard “Scott” McCue ’68, two highly regarded trust and estate attorneys, discussed estate planning questions at the Office of Gift Planning's Reunions seminar on Saturday, June 1, 2013.
A generous bequest from J. Mahlon Buck ’46 will provide essential support to the Princeton University Orchestra and the Princeton University Glee Club.
Peter Trent ’54 has more in common with today’s students than a penchant for orange and black. The scholarship he created allows him to extend a helping hand to an undergraduate each year -- just as one was extended to him.
Remembrance is important to Herb Hobler '44. It led him to create two charitable remainder unitrusts at the University. “I want my name remembered at Princeton, which I strongly support with a belief and faith carried on by an annual gift,” he said.
More than 118 years after arriving on campus, the Class of 1898 continues to give back to Princeton. Although no member of the class has marched in the Reunions P-rade for decades, trusts and bequests created by these far-sighted Princetonians have contributed $750,000 to this year’s Annual Giving campaign.
Donors who are age 70½ or older can make gifts to Princeton and other charities directly from their IRAs without including the IRA withdrawal in their taxable income.