Henri M. David, Jr. '64
Leaving an estate gift is one of the more personal and effective ways donors can make a difference in the life of Nichols College. No matter what charitable vehicle is used, individuals who have remembered Nichols in their estate plans are providing for the future of Nichols and the generations of business leaders we educate.
With this in mind, the College recently teamed up with UBS and Comerica to offer estate planning and planned gift services to all who wish to create such a legacy. This partnership benefits both our donors and Nichols and gives our loyal supporters an easier way to make a significant commitment.
“This has been something we’ve wanted to offer for a long time, and while we know it will certainly benefit the College, we also hope that our donors will find a personal value in it as well,” says Bill Pieczynski, associate vice president for advancement.
The program will fall under the auspices of The Colonel Conrad Society which recognizes those who have remembered the College in their estate plans. Henri David Jr. ’64 has been named chair of this organization and will serve as ambassador to encourage alumni to think of Nichols when updating their estate plans. With David’s background in financial planning, he can appreciate how different gift vehicles can help charitable organizations and donors accomplish both of their goals.
David is also one of The Conrad Society’s newest members—he recently established a charitable gift annuity naming Nichols College as a beneficiary.
To assist you in making your arrangements, Nichols has teamed up with UBS and Comerica to offer estate planning and planned gift services to all who wish to create this lasting legacy. For information, please contact the Office of Advancement at 866-622-4766 or by email.
If you have included Nichols in your estate plans, we invite you to inform us so we can include you in this special recognition society.