by Sharon Bosserman-Benson
Director of Planned Giving
PORTLAND, Ore. - Grant Frey, '83 retired Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps and member of the Lewis & Clark Board of Alumni, is carrying his values forward. Voted most valuable player in 1981 for his athletic prowess on the soccer pitch and inducted into the Lewis & Clark Sports Hall of Fame with the 1980 men's soccer team, today he provides financial support for athletics and has included Lewis & Clark in his estate plans.
“It’s important to me to demonstrate values such as tradition, service, and commitment. Giving to Lewis & Clark is one way I do that. I support athletics and academics so students will continue benefitting from experiences that meant so much to me—and still do,” said Frey.
By giving to the Annual Fund to
support programs for student-athletes, Frey makes a positive impact
today. Through a planned gift, he will extend his influence and
impact well into the future.
Frey’s estate plan provides first and foremost for his family, including son, Grant Frey, Jr., who graduated from Lewis & Clark in 2011, and also honors institutions that make a difference in his life and the lives of others. He has named Lewis & Clark as co-beneficiary of a life insurance policy.
Like Frey, you can share your legacy in ways that care for your family and benefit our students and faculty. Many options are available. For example, consider naming Lewis & Clark as a beneficiary or co-beneficiary in your will, living trust, retirement plan, or life insurance policy.
Contact Sharon Bosserman-Benson, Director of Planned Giving at email@example.com, to talk about gift choices that work for you and your family, or conduct research on your own by exploring the planned giving website.
Frey, fourth from left, with members
of the 1980 men's soccer team
at the 2011 Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
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