Heritage Club

Heritage Club

Please consider joining with the men and women that have demonstrated their long-term commitment to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County by joining the Heritage Club.The Heritage Club is an association of friends that have included the Boys & Girls Club in their estate plans. Our founding members include:
 
Tom and Sheryl Alberts
Kenneth D. Bane
H. Charles Bartel*
Henry & Terri Batsel
Justin & Abby Burkhardt
Howard Cain*
E.L. & Dorothy* Coveney
Stephen & Kristin Crane
James & Alice Jane Daggy
Bruce & Marie Daggy
Michael Dickerson
Darrin & Cherie Dolehanty
Jack & Debra Edelman
Jim Goldenberg*
Eldon & Shron Harzman
Michael & Carol Hinshaw
John & Janice* Hitch
Jon and Suzette Igelman
Richard E. Jeffers
Vikki Johnson
Garry & Cheryl Kleer
Howard & Patty Lamson
Paul and Pat Lingle
Timothy & Ellen Love
Bradford L. Marshall
Kathryn K. Mayer*
Michal E. McDaniel
Nancy D. Meyer
Sarah Mitchell
Bill & Becky Niersbach
Mike Nottingham
Jennifer Ochoa
Terry O’Maley
Megan Oldham
Anne & Bob Pennington
Richard and Patty Peterson
Valerie Ray
George & Janet* Reller
Bob* & Jane Rosa
Becky Rosa*
Allan and Miriam Rosar
Timothy W. Scales
Philip Shore*
Stacey L. Steele
David & Carla Stidham
Al and Doris Tassaro
Harry A. Voyles, Jr.*
Marilyn M. Voyles*
Bob & Annette Warfel
Ryon F. Wheeler
Don & Jackie Winget
Jon York
Three members who wish to remain anonymous
 
*deceased
 
Many of you may have already put into place some form of gift to the Boys & Girls Club as part of your estate plan. If so, Congratulations, you already qualify to become a member of the Heritage Club. We have found that in discussing the Heritage Club with potential members, there is often a concern that this has to be a complicated, expensive and drawn-out process to complete. While some estate plans may require advanced planning and professional guidance, most of us can begin as members of the Heritage Club in some very simple-to-complete ways. Some examples include:
Name the Boys & Girls Club as a partial or sole beneficiary of an existing life insurance policy. There is no cost to do this and the paperwork is minimal. If you consider purchasing a new policy to benefit the Boys & Girls Club, the future benefit to the Club comes at a discounted cost (policy premium vs. payout).
Name the Boys & Girls Club as a beneficiary to an existing IRA or other retirement plan. This may prove to have some added tax benefits to your estate, and therefore your heirs, over a simple bequest. Add the Boys & Girls Club as a bequest in your will at whatever level you feel is appropriate.
To learn more about becoming a member of the Heritage Club, contact Bruce Daggy at (765) 962-6922.
 
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