The Bartlett Tower Society was established in 1990 to recognize classmates who have left a legacy for Dartmouth. These legacy gifts typically take the form of bequests and life income plans:
- Bequests have no minimum dollar amount, may be directed to a particular campus program, and may provide a charitable tax deduction for your estate. You can establish a bequest by naming Dartmouth as a beneficiary of your will, trust, IRA, 401K, or other retirement plan.
If you would like to establish a bequest for Dartmouth now, the following may be helpful:
Sample Bequest Language: “I hereby give, devise and bequeath to the Trustees of Dartmouth College $____or ____% of my residuary estate, whichever is less, to be used for the benefit of Dartmouth College as the Trustees thereof may direct.”
Dartmouth Tax ID Number: 02-0222111
- Life income plans (including, among other things, the charitable gift annuity and the charitable remainder trust) provide an immediate charitable tax deduction, secure a stream of income back to the donor and/or loved ones for life, and ultimately benefit Dartmouth with the remaining value of the gift.
Legacy gifts to Dartmouth are critically important to the institution’s future generations. For more information please visit www.dartmouthgiftplanning.org or you can contact: Dave and Steff McCusker, Gift Planning Co-Chairs (firstname.lastname@example.org, (603) 523-3525), or the Gift Planning Office (email@example.com, (603) 646-3799)
Class of 1988 Bartlett Tower Society Members as of March 2017:
Elena H. B. Baum
Catherine Craighead Briggs
Kristin Ramstad Carlock
Victoria Woodin Chavey
Cuong V. Do
Janine Rausch Eagle
Mary Flounders Green
Janine K. Lambert
Robert W. Lasher
David B. McConnell
|David J. McCusker, Jr.
Stephanie G. McCusker
John B. Replogle
Robert L. Striker
Taylor G. Thomas
Peter S. Woolley