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Planned Giving

Donors increasingly are finding planned gifts an attractive way to support CRMS. This not only brings the satisfaction of making a meaningful gift, it can often offer the donor tax savings and additional income. Planned gifts help to build CRMS endowments, thus providing the resources to assure continued excellence into the future.

A donor may make a gift to CRMS and receive direct tax and financial benefits. The benefits may include an immediate charitable-income tax deduction, or increased income for life for the donor and/or the donor’s spouse compared to existing investments, in addition to leaving a legacy that will impact lives positively in your name.

The Holden Circle honors those donors who have designated CRMS in their estate plans. To learn more about including CRMS in your plans please click here and thank you in advance for considering joining this important group of loyal donors by completing and returning this form to Lisa Raleigh.

Thank you so much to the following people for leaving a legacy for CRMS generations yet to come.

Holden Circle Members
Towne Allen ’69
Ralph Beck ’73
Katharine Bradley Bennett ’67
Inez Black
Emily Bray ’75
Barbara R. Buchanan ’65
Bonnie Holden Carter ’58
Tony ’58 & Bernadette* Cherin 
Sara Bunn Chesney ’77
Beach Clow ’77
Sherri Draper 
Katherine Dumont*
William Dumont ’57
Lee Ann Eustis - Honorary Alumna ’68
Patricia Fender
Michael ’63 & Jane Flax
Leila Gass ’82
Andrew G. Gould ’60
Katherine Gould-Martin ’61
Mary Whitford Graves ’60
Anne L. Gwathmey ’78
Dutton & Carolyn Foster
Lee Hall ’83
Beth Finder Harris ’60
Erin N. Hayne ’95
Ted Hepp* ’61
Louis Jaffe ’64
Steve & Karen Lynn Keith
Karen Kidwell ’72
Amy Kilham ’69
Starr Lanphere* ’60
Elizabeth M. Lauber ’66
Jeffrey & Amanda Leahy
Lynn Bradley Leopold ’60
Margaret A. Lewis
Marian "Lolly" Lewis ’69
Mary Crouch Lilly
Ralph & Lynda Lipe
Peter Louras
Sean McEvoy ’83
Beth Caldwell McNiff* ’63
Jan & Amos Melendez
Mary Wilmer Mills ’72
Loulie Molloy
Edith Morris
Wick Moses ’66
Sandra Mowry
James Nagel ’73
Virginia C. Newton
Malott Nyhart ’68
I.V. Pabst ’69
Katherine Paddon ’80
Bill ’61 & Becky Parzybok 
Anthony Perry ’55
Ilsa Perse ’66
Cynthia Yates Price ’72
Ramelle Cochrane Pulitzer ’68
Lisa Raleigh
Frank Reynolds ’87
Cory Hardie Ritchie ’92
Barbara O'Neil Ross
Rob ’58 and Aly Sayre
Colin Bunnell Schieck ’78
Susie Schlesinger ’68
John Schweppe*
Jonathan Siegel ’71
Pat Stein Spitzmiller ’60
John Stickney ’57
Virginia E. Touhey ’74
Lynda Walters ’80
John T. Watson*
Tad Whitaker ’94
Ashley Whittaker ’89
*indicates deceased

Legal Designation
For gifts that will take effect after your lifetime, CRMS should be named in your will as:
"Colorado Rocky Mountain School, Inc., a nonprofit corporation, organized and existing under the laws of the State of Colorado, and with principal business address of 500 Holden Way, Carbondale, CO 81623."
Because of the complexity of estate planning, it is important that your attorney structure your estate and write your will so as to best carry out your wishes. CRMS cannot act as executor of a donor's estate. Please remember, estate planning almost always requires the services of an estate planning professional.

Giving

Home Giving Other Options Planned Giving

Planned Giving

Donors increasingly are finding planned gifts an attractive way to support CRMS. This not only brings the satisfaction of making a meaningful gift, it can often offer the donor tax savings and additional income. Planned gifts help to build CRMS endowments, thus providing the resources to assure continued excellence into the future.

A donor may make a gift to CRMS and receive direct tax and financial benefits. The benefits may include an immediate charitable-income tax deduction, or increased income for life for the donor and/or the donor’s spouse compared to existing investments, in addition to leaving a legacy that will impact lives positively in your name.

The Holden Circle honors those donors who have designated CRMS in their estate plans. To learn more about including CRMS in your plans please click here and thank you in advance for considering joining this important group of loyal donors by completing and returning this form to Lisa Raleigh.

Thank you so much to the following people for leaving a legacy for CRMS generations yet to come.

Holden Circle Members
Towne Allen ’69
Ralph Beck ’73
Katharine Bradley Bennett ’67
Inez Black
Emily Bray ’75
Barbara R. Buchanan ’65
Bonnie Holden Carter ’58
Tony ’58 & Bernadette* Cherin 
Sara Bunn Chesney ’77
Beach Clow ’77
Sherri Draper 
Katherine Dumont*
William Dumont ’57
Lee Ann Eustis - Honorary Alumna ’68
Patricia Fender
Michael ’63 & Jane Flax
Leila Gass ’82
Andrew G. Gould ’60
Katherine Gould-Martin ’61
Mary Whitford Graves ’60
Anne L. Gwathmey ’78
Dutton & Carolyn Foster
Lee Hall ’83
Beth Finder Harris ’60
Erin N. Hayne ’95
Ted Hepp* ’61
Louis Jaffe ’64
Steve & Karen Lynn Keith
Karen Kidwell ’72
Amy Kilham ’69
Starr Lanphere* ’60
Elizabeth M. Lauber ’66
Jeffrey & Amanda Leahy
Lynn Bradley Leopold ’60
Margaret A. Lewis
Marian "Lolly" Lewis ’69
Mary Crouch Lilly
Ralph & Lynda Lipe
Peter Louras
Sean McEvoy ’83
Beth Caldwell McNiff* ’63
Jan & Amos Melendez
Mary Wilmer Mills ’72
Loulie Molloy
Edith Morris
Wick Moses ’66
Sandra Mowry
James Nagel ’73
Virginia C. Newton
Malott Nyhart ’68
I.V. Pabst ’69
Katherine Paddon ’80
Bill ’61 & Becky Parzybok 
Anthony Perry ’55
Ilsa Perse ’66
Cynthia Yates Price ’72
Ramelle Cochrane Pulitzer ’68
Lisa Raleigh
Frank Reynolds ’87
Cory Hardie Ritchie ’92
Barbara O'Neil Ross
Rob ’58 and Aly Sayre
Colin Bunnell Schieck ’78
Susie Schlesinger ’68
John Schweppe*
Jonathan Siegel ’71
Pat Stein Spitzmiller ’60
John Stickney ’57
Virginia E. Touhey ’74
Lynda Walters ’80
John T. Watson*
Tad Whitaker ’94
Ashley Whittaker ’89
*indicates deceased

Legal Designation
For gifts that will take effect after your lifetime, CRMS should be named in your will as:
"Colorado Rocky Mountain School, Inc., a nonprofit corporation, organized and existing under the laws of the State of Colorado, and with principal business address of 500 Holden Way, Carbondale, CO 81623."
Because of the complexity of estate planning, it is important that your attorney structure your estate and write your will so as to best carry out your wishes. CRMS cannot act as executor of a donor's estate. Please remember, estate planning almost always requires the services of an estate planning professional.
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