Alumni Spotlight: Ginger Warwick Judge '51
I am so proud of Endicott College. From top national rankings to record admissions numbers in both the undergraduate and graduate schools, philanthropic support from alumni is evident campuswide. I believe it is critically important for our alumni community to think long term to ensure the College's future health, and in so doing, I have named Endicott as a beneficiary in my estate plan. Leaving a percentage of your estate in your will is an easy thing to do, and your gift can be directed to any program, department or scholarship fund that you desire. I encourage all Endicott alumni to join me and many other alumni by enrolling in the College's Legacy Society. Your plans today will have a great impact for our wonderful alma mater in the years to come!
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