Fall 2001
Volume 6 Number 1

  


 
Let me take this opportunity to bring to your attention a nationwide program that is beginning now in New Jersey. It is a community awareness campaign designed to encourage all of us to include provision in our wills and estate plans for charitable organizations that have a special place in our hearts. In our region this activity is known as LEAVE A LEGACYδ New Jersey, but other LEAVE A LEGACYδ campaigns are springing up from coast to coast as helpful reminders to consider providing in this way for churches, the Seminary, and other philanthropic causes with whose mission we resonate.

I think having a will drawn is an opportunity of a lifetime, a unique and highly personal opportunity both to remember children and family members and others dear and to provide after we’re gone for those charitable causes that were important to us while we were here. To do so bears eloquent witness to the importance we place on our responsibility to be faithful stewards of all that God has entrusted to us, and is also wonderfully helpful to the institutions we support. 

The Reverend Chase S. Hunt is the Seminary's director of planned giving. 

The alternative, of course, is to let the laws of the particular state in which we reside determine how what we have accumulated through a lifetime of effort will be distributed. Not a very satisfying prospect! 

Recent research shows that while some seventy-five percent of us in this country make charitable gifts during our lifetimes, just five percent sustain our support of the causes important to us through charitable bequests. Princeton Seminary is fortunate to have many alumni/ae and friends who remembered our institution through bequests in years past, as well as others who have informed us of provisions they currently have in their wills or through planned giving arrangements to extend their support into the future. We welcome those who have done so into our Legacy Society as one expression of our gratitude for their thoughtfulness.

As these LEAVE A LEGACYδ campaigns are introduced both here and in other parts of the country, may it prompt you to give serious thought to this matter and to consider making such provision for Princeton Seminary and other philanthropic causes, if you have not already done so. For more information, please contact me at the Seminary or visit our web site at www.ptsem.edu.

Gifts

This list includes gifts made between November 1, 2000, and March 15, 2001.

2000–2001 Annual Fund

In Memory of

Dr. Henry Seymour Brown (1900B)
The Reverend Dr. Edward James Caldwell Jr. (’38B)
The Reverend Charles H. Davis (’41B)
The Reverend Dr. William H. Felmeth (’42B)
The Reverend Philip W. Furst (’35B)
Dr. Edward J. Jurji (’42B)
The Reverend Llewellyn G. Kemmerle (’43B)
Dr. Guy E. Lambert Jr. (’45B/’53M)
The Reverend J. Arthur Lazell (’37B)
Mr. Frank Marsh
Mr. J. Andrew Marsh
Mrs. Miriam Daugherty Ulrich (’32b)

In Honor of

The Reverend Robert A. Beringer (’61B/’70M)
The Reverend Leo A. Forsberg Jr. (’70B)
The Reverend William O. Harris (’54B)
The Reverend Judith Hartung Hockenberry (’86B)
The Reverend Kenneth J. Hockenberry (’84B)
The Reverend Cynthia R. P. Strickler (’86B)


2000–2001 Scholarship Fund

In Memory of

In Memory of
The Reverend Robert C. Holland (’62B)
Mrs. Esther Loos

In Honor/Appreciation of

The Reverend Emily M. Berman D’Andrea (’97B)


2000–2001 Alumni/ae Roll Call

In Memory of

The Reverend Reuben T. Allen Jr. (’45B)
The Reverend Dr. J. Christiaan Beker
Dr. Emile Cailliet
Mr. George Chatfield
The Reverend Sidney R. Conger (’55B)
W. H. Cuttino
Ms. Carol Gray Dupree
The Reverend Dr. William H. Felmeth (’42B)
The Reverend William A. Gibson (’46B)
The Reverend James G. Glenn (’35B)
Dr. Clayton T. Griswold
The Reverend Dr. Neill Q. Hamilton (’51B/’53M)
Mrs. Annie Henderson
Dr. Seward Hiltner
The Reverend Joy J. Hoffman (’85B)
The Reverend Dr. Elmer George Homrighausen (’24B)
Mrs. Almeda Horsfield
The Reverend W. Harvey Jenkins Sr. (’41B)
The Reverend Dr. James V. Johnson Jr. (’52B/’79p)
Ms. Dottie Kipp
Dr. Paul Louis Lehmann
The Reverend Kirsten E. Lunde (’86B)
The Reverend Dr. Clarence Edward Noble Macartney (1905B)
Ms. Josephine Mendez
The Reverend David A. Neely (’46B/’53M)
Ms. Ann R. Reaser
Ms. Mary Pollitt Scott
The Reverend Dr. John A. Sensenig (’45B)
Dr. Roy E. Shearer (’57B)
Jessie L. Silvius
Ms. Sophie Forse Smith
Ms. Betty J. Streeter
The Reverend Dr. Mark R. Thompson (’44B)
Mr. Edward Vetula
Ms. Helen Vetula
Victims of Genocide
Dr. David A. Weadon

In Honor/Appreciation of

The Reverend Dr. Diogenes Allen
The Reverend Noel K. Anderson (’85B)
Ms. Gretta Buller
The Reverend Dr. Robert W. Dickson (’51B)
The Reverend Dr. Edward A. Dowey (’43B)
The Reverend Douglas A. Dunderdale (’54B)
Mrs. Elinor Dunderdale
Dr. Karlfried Froehlich
Dr. Freda Ann Gardner
The Reverend Dr. Thomas W. Gillespie (’54B)
The Reverend Richard L. Gronhovd (’61B/’62M)
Mrs. Cynthia Johnson
Mr. Edwin T. Johnson
The Reverend Dr. Bryant M. Kirkland (’38B)
The Reverend Dr. Bruce M. Metzger (’38B/’39M)
The Reverend Dr. Samuel H. Moffett (’42B)
Dr. James Hastings Nichols
Princeton Theological Seminary
Princeton Theological Seminary Class of 1951 Reunion and those who made it possible
Princeton Theological Seminary for preparing me for 50 years of ministry
Princeton Theological Seminary Grounds and Maintenance Staff and Kitchen Staff
Princeton Theological Seminary Professors and the fine education I received
Princeton Theological Seminary’s financial aid and support during my years at seminary 1940–1943
Princeton Theological Seminary’s financial aid received while a student
Princeton Theological Seminary’s generosity to a young Irish Presbyterian many years ago
Mr. Paul Scherer
Mr. Martin Tel
Professor Leonora Tubbs Tisdale (’92D)
The Reverend Dr. David B. Watermulder (’45B/’48M)
Dr. D. Campbell Wyckoff

Miller Chapel Restoration Project

In Memory of

The Reverend Reuben T. Allen Jr. (’45B)
The Reverend Dr. Wilson T.M. Beale (1902B)
Mr. Gordon Clark
The Reverend Sidney R. Conger (’55B)
Mr. Paul Farkas
The Reverend Dr. William H. Felmeth (’42B)
Ms. Dottie Kipp
The Reverend Robert Boyd Munger (’36B)
The Reverend Harlan H. Naylor (’42B)
Mrs. June H. Norris
Mr. Dominick A. Ross
Mrs. Ruth M. Thomas Sevier (’49E)
The Reverend George C. Tibbetts (’45B)
The Reverend Dr. Raymond C. Walker (1910B)
Dr. David A. Weadon

In Honor/Appreciation of

Mr. Frederick D. Amsler
Mrs. Helen K. Amsler
The Reverend Dr. W. J. Beeners (’48B)
The Reverend Dorisanne Cooper (’96B)
Ms. Virginia J. Damon
The Reverend Dr. Aaron E. Gast (’53B)
The Reverend Dr. Thomas W. Gillespie (’54B)
The Reverend Dr. Bryant M. Kirkland (’38B)
The Reverend Michael E. Livingston (’74B/’91M)
The Reverend Dr. John A. Mackay (’15B)
Dr. George Hunt McConnel (’78B)
Mrs. Mary Louise Meyer
Dr. Paul W. Meyer
The Reverend James R. Neumann (’82B)
Dr. James Hastings Nichols
Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Ortlund
The Reverend Dr. Raymond C. Ortlund (’50B)
Princeton Theological Seminary
Princeton Theological Seminary Professors and the fine education I received
Princeton Theological Seminary’s generosity to a young Irish Presbyterian many years ago
Princeton Theological Seminary’s Miller Chapel
The Reverend Dr. Charles F. Stratton (’51B/’80D)
The Reverend Ruth Ellen Stratton (’80B)
The Reverend Dr. David B. Watermulder (’45B/’48M)
My marriage in Miller Chapel on May 26, 2001

The Reverend Dr. Lawrence A. Chamberlain Scholarship Endowment Fund

In Memory of
The Reverend Dr. Lawrence Albert Chamberlain (’65B)

 

Harwood and Willa Childs Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund

In Memory of
Mr. Gordon Clark

In Honor of
Mrs. Margaret Armstrong
The Reverend Dr. Richard S. Armstrong (’58B)

 

Class of 1953 Scholarship Endowment Fund

In Appreciation of
The Reverend Dr. W. J. Beeners (’48B)

 

John R. and Isabel Hyde Donelik Scholarship Endowment Fund

In  Memory and Honor of
Mrs. Isabel H. Donelik
Mr. John R. Donelik

 

Carol Gray Dupree Center for Children Endowment Fund

In Memory of
Ms. Carol Gray Dupree

 

William Harte Felmeth Chair for Pastoral Theology

In Memory of
The Reverend Dr. William H. Felmeth (’42B)

 

The Reverend Dr. Orion C. and Julia M. Hopper Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund

In Memory of
Mrs. Julia M. Hopper

 

The Reverend Dr. Samuel Allen and Anne McMullan Jackson Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund

In Memory of
Mrs. Anne McMullan Jackson
The Reverend Dr. Samuel Allen Jackson (’32b)

 

Bryant M. Kirkland Minister of the Chapel Endowment Fund

In Memory of
The Rev. Dr. Bryant M. Kirkland (’38B)

 

Bryant M. Kirkland Permanent Scholarship Endowment Fund

In Honor of
The Reverend Dr. Thomas K. Tewell (’73B)

 

Moorings Presbyterian Church of Naples, Florida, Scholarship Endowment Fund

In Honor of
Princeton Theological Seminary

 

W. Jim Neidhardt Prize in Theology and Science

In Memory of
Dr. W. Jim Neidhardt

 

James K. Quay Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund

In Memory of
The Reverend Dr. James K. Quay

 

Touring Choir Fund

In Honor/Appreciation of
Princeton Theological Seminary Touring Choir

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