Centennial Society

The Centennial Society was inaugurated in 2006 by the Community Foundation’s Board of Directors. It is a means to recognize and thank those people who share the Foundation’s vision of building permanent charitable capital, and who have affirmed that vision by making a planned gift to the Community Foundation.
 
Those who are willing to share their estate plans with the Foundation are honored through membership in the Centennial Society. Society members will be invited to attend thank you events for donors, and will be recognized in published rosters of the members, thereby serving to encourage others to consider planned gifts. (Members may also remain anonymous if they so desire.)
 
If you are in the process of making or revising your estate plan, we hope that you will consider making a gift for this community’s future through the Community Foundation.  We hope you will let us know of your gift if and when you make it.
 
The steps to take to become a member of the Centennial Society are as follows:
 

  • Make a planned or deferred gift in any amount to the Community Foundation.  There are many possible methods for making a gift, either during your lifetime or through your estate.  (Your legal or financial advisor can help you evaluate the best options for you.)
  • Provide the Community Foundation with a copy of that portion of your estate planning document pertaining to the gift.
  • Sign a Statement of Gift Intention form for the Centennial Society.

 

Centennial Society members include:
Centennial Society members
Dan and Deb Austin
Dick and Reva Bond
Byron and Margaret Brown
Col. and Mrs. Stanley Cass
Charles "Chuck" Childers
Nelle and William Deason
Bill and Sharon Farr
Mary Gillespie
Tom and Nona Gordon
Lucile J. Gray
Jerry Gress
George and Betty Hall
Mildred Hansen
Bill and Theresa Hertneky
Gladys Hopkins
Phylabe Houston
Leoma Hunter
Mary and Hubert Littler
Norman Lyster
Tom and Barb Macgillivray
Sandy Magnuson and Ken Norem
Helen C. McCandless
Glenn McDonald
Pete and Jean Morrell
Norm and Marty Noe
Edna Rady
Julie Sauter
R. Lee and Rebecca Seward
Pam and Jim Shaddock
Howard and Beverley Skinner
Howard Smith
Pat Sprock
Scott and Pat Thomas
Florence Winograd
Anonymous (10)

 

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