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Ron Brown

1746 Society Webinar: September 2019

September 16th, 2019 / Gift Planning

 

 

John Nash '67

No Mystery Here: Technology Pioneer John C. Nash ’67 Got His Start at Princeton

August 9th, 2019 / Gift Planning

Technology pioneer John C. Nash ’67 didn’t forget that it was at Princeton where he discovered his love of mathematics, switching from psychology after spending his sophomore summer catching up on courses he needed to change his major. His bequest to the University, given for the University to use where it is most needed, was just shy of $1 million.

Robert D’Acquisto ’72 and partner

An Evolving View of Princeton Sparks Plans for Robert D’Acquisto ’72

March 1st, 2019 / Gift Planning

Robert D’Acquisto’s estate plan provides for Princeton, with funds earmarked for initiatives that promote college success. “These programs exemplify how I want to give back,” D’Acquisto says of his decision to join the 1746 Society by including Princeton in his will. “Princeton has evolved and my view of my early experiences at Princeton has evolved. I don’t have biological children, but I want to do something for the next generation.”

Doug Levick '58

Princeton Bonds Anchor Doug Levick '58's Life

November 14th, 2018 / Gift Planning

The memories Douglas G. G. Levick III ’58 holds of Princeton are an accumulation of moments: riding his bicycle across campus on his way to and from school as a seventh and eighth grader, pausing sometimes to watch sports practices; spending afternoons in engineering labs and evenings in Firestone Library, where he commandeered a study carrel (supposedly for seniors only, but he learned how to jimmy the door of one, to open it with a spoon); reveling in hard fought victories in hockey and lacrosse (where he earned first team All-American honors two years).

Gift Planning Wealth Advisors Event

Tax and Legacy Planning for Tigers

November 12th, 2018 / Gift Planning

Princeton’s Office of Gift Planning hosted a special event in October for financial planners, wealth managers, and trust and estate counsel, featuring presentations by Charles D. “Skip” Fox IV ’75, Jennifer Jordan McCall ’78, and James “Jay” Hughes Jr. ’64 on tax reform and relationship issues related to legacy planning.

Victoria Baum Bjorklund '73

Power Forward

October 1st, 2018 / Gift Planning

Like any savvy basketball player, Victoria Baum Bjorklund ’73 knows when to pivot, when to rebound, when to charge forward. As one of the pioneers of Princeton coeducation, she used those skills when negotiating campus culture and throughout her professional career.

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