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Several years ago Dean McPhail '59 and his wife Lora purchased a beautiful getaway beach house on the North Carolina coast. They knew they would get great pleasure from it. They also thought it would be a good investment that they could later sell for a higher price. More
Ed Goldenberg '54 built a successful business with thoughtful planning and investment. When the time came for him to consider how best to give back to The Citadel, he designed, with the help of The Citadel Foundation staff, a gift plan that will ultimately provide a major gift to the School of Business Administration's Dean's Excellence Fund, an endowed fund providing valuable support for the school's academic programs. More
It was quickly apparent that cadet Fred Whittle '80 was a forward-thinking individual from the time he arrived on campus in 1976. A solid student and leader, Fred rose steadily through the ranks of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets to serve as the Cadet Regimental Commander during his senior year. His thoughtfulness has remained as dependable as has his leadership. More
Rudolph C. (Rudy) Barnes, Jr. '64 and his wife Jeanette have long been dependable annual donors to The Citadel. But when they decided to sell a house they jointly owned it occurred to them that they had an opportunity to make the larger gift they had long discussed, and establish a program dear to Rudy's heart. More
Connie Logan had not yet met her future husband Lamar Logan '63 when he attended The Citadel, but she came to know his alma mater during the course of their marriage, through both his reminiscences and visits to campus with him. More
In 1996 Harry Dawley '55 was introduced to a way that he could match his interest in making long term commitments to The Citadel with his personal retirement and estate planning. The option he chose was to fund his first Charitable Gift Annuity (CGA). More
Joe and Kathy worked for years building their nest egg for retirement. They also want to provide for their children. More
With a documented planned gift donation of $25,000 and above, you are eligible for induction into The Citadel Legacy Society, which takes place at our annual Leaders in Philanthropy weekend each fall. You will join a group of your peers who take pride in being members of The Citadel family of supporters. Induction takes place the year following the year of your gift.