Bequest Plan Affirms Princetonians’ Priorities

May 16th, 2013 / Gift Planning

Freeth familyStephanie 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. In the process they considered their philanthropic priorities -- and Princeton was high on the list.

Why?
• To express appreciation for their Princeton education.
• To provide the same opportunities they had to other students.

The Freeths believe their Princeton education opened doors for them. They also believe that they share a responsibility to put that education to good use, a commitment epitomized in the informal motto, “Princeton in the nation’s service and in the service of humanity.” That’s why they intend to support Princetonians of the future with scholarship aid through their wills.

“We believe where a couple decides to direct their lifetime assets is the ultimate testament of what they believe in.”