Giving

Planned Giving

Planned gifts provide the resources to preserve the future for The Hun School of Princeton. There are many planned giving options from which you can choose, including naming Hun as a beneficiary in your will and a host of giving vehicles that can accomplish your charitable intentions while costing you less, saving on taxes, passing assets on to heirs, and even earning income for your lifetime.
 
We would welcome the opportunity to discuss potential planned gift options with you.  Or, if you have already included Hun in your estate plans, please let us know.  We would like to both thank you and add you to the growing membership of the John Gale Hun Society.

For more information, contact Andrew C. Hamlin, Assistant Headmaster for Advancement at 609-921-7600 ext. 2215 or andrewhamlin@hunschool.org.

John Gale Hun Society

The John Gale Hun Society is our distinguished group of alumni, parents and friends of the School who have indicated to us that they have included The Hun School in their estate plans.  The Society includes individuals who have established Hun many types of planned gifts:  bequests, life income arrangements, life insurance designations and more.  We could not be more grateful to these thoughtful individuals who are helping to ensure the School's continuing strength in the years ahead.  We invite you to join them.

The John Gale Hun Society Members

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James Baker '51
Alice Barron '80
Jonathan Begg '05
Frederick Blaicher '57
David Brody '68
Jonathan Brougham
Alexander Buck '49 *
Alexander Buck '74
Robert Burrows '31 *
James Byer '62
Richard Challener *
Carl Christiansen '74
Gerald Clark
Jospeh Conroy *
Evaristo Cruz Jr. *
G. Gerald Donaldson H'14
Amy Grodnick Eckenthal '75
Ed Feinberg'66
Guy Frindell '62
Walter Fullam *
Richard Gallaudet '61
Jospeh Gelb '56 *
Donna Globus '82
Maureen Gorman '80
Bennet Helfgott '75
Susan Hendricks '91
Jeff Kalpin '74
Allen Kirschner *
Reverend John Lane '62
Alfred Leach '78
Richard Margoles '54
Ruth Coomber Matt '79
James McCormick '55
David McCreary '68
Malcolm McKay '88
Michael Mennello '53
Edwin Metcalf
Sawyer Monckton '79
Franklin Montross '48
M. Elaine Murphy '80
Golf Owen *
Herman Penner '64
Stephen Polin '64
Arthur Rozas *
Mary Elizabeth Rossi Baicker '78
William Schultze
Grant Shipley '42 *
Robert Siegel '88
Laura Leaper Snook '81
David Staciokas '86
John Stewart '61
Fred Stroock '65
Richard Strup '70
Russell Summers '53
Richard Sword '72
Janine Russo Vanisko '83
Stephen Weiss '71
Anthony S. Wiseman '69
Eva Wengler '82
Yung Wong '57
Arthur Wright H'14
 
* Deceased

List of 3 news stories.

  • Michael Mennello ’53

    John Gale Hun Spotlight: Michael Mennello '53

    In a show of his appreciation to The Hun School, and to honor former Headmaster Dr. Paul Chesebro H’14, Michael Mennello ’53 recently informed the School that he had included it in his estate plans and was pleased to join the growing membership of the John Gale Hun Society. 
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  • Tony Wiseman '69

    John Gale Hun Spotlight: Tony Wiseman '69

    Tony Wiseman '69 arrived at The Hun School as a sophomore boarding student. Raised in South Africa and Belgium, his American parents felt Tony and his brother, Bill Wiseman ’68, should attend school in the United States.
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  • Reverend and Mrs. Lane and their grandchildren

    John Gale Hun Spotlight: Reverend John Lane ’62

    For Reverend John D. Lane ’62, The Hun School has always been about family. Rev. Lane's uncle, the beloved Dr. Chesebro, was headmaster at Hun from 1951-1976. Subsequently, a nephew, a niece and six grand nephews and nieces have graduated from Hun. Rev. Lane's desire to honor his family connection to the School and give back to the place that helped shaped his life, inspired him to join the John Gale Hun Society.
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The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school.  Student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work.

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