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A Legend in Legacy
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!
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A Celebration of Spring and the 1746 Society
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.
Assembly Required: Teaching Tech with DIY Computers
It was the summer after his junior year, and Mark Pavlyukovskyy ’13 found himself in a hospital bed in Paris, recovering from a mysterious illness that he had contracted while teaching children in a remote village in Ghana. “That whole experience made me realize that I wanted to help people in a scaled way, not just individually,” said Pavlyukovskyy.