Judith Dodge Chamberlin ’66
This past June I celebrated my 50th reunion at Endicott. A great level of excitement and pride permeated the entire weekend. After this wonderful experience, I knew the time was right for me to make a philanthropic commitment to my alma mater.
I recently informed Endicott that I have committed a portion of my estate to Endicott College, enrolling me as a new member of The Legacy Society. Endicott is where it all began for me, and I could not be more grateful to my alma mater for giving me the confidence and skills that enabled me to have such a rewarding career.
It gives me great pride to know that my planned gift will be part of Endicott’s future endeavors. I feel my bequest gift will help ensure that Endicott will continue to thrive and grow its reputation as a leading institution of higher learning.
Please consider joining me with a planned gift to ensure Endicott’s great continued success for today’s and tomorrow’s students.
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