ADEC's Living Legacy Circle
A Community of Givers and Supporters of ADEC's Legacy
All donors who make arrangements to support ADEC through a planned gift are
invited to join the Living Legacy Circle. Members of
the Living Legacy Circle will be recognized in this space of the
website, as well as during the ADEC Annual Conference. (Donors may
request anonymity, in which case their names will not appear.) Members
of the Living Legacy Circle also receive a certificate of appreciation,
invitations to occasional special events, and the gratitude of the
students and professionals in ADEC who will benefit from your
Already have ADEC in your estate? Contact Headquarters at
+1-612-337-1808 to let us know of your planned gift or complete and submit this Notice of Gift; you can be
added to our Living Legacy Circle.
These members of the Living Legacy Circle have designated ADEC as a
beneficiary in their long-term gift planning or whose bequest has
already been received.
Jon K. Reid
Shirley A. Scott
Barry Kay Wolfe
"When Ira lost his beloved wife Pauline, after a
scant six months of marriage, he went into a tailspin. After he
found ADEC, it gave him a purpose in which he could deeply believe, and
a much-needed focus and direction. Supporting and helping so many people
come to terms with their own personal losses was a testament to the man
he was. It was his hope that, through his financial donation, he would
in some small way help others."
Ruth Nerken (sister of Ira Nerken, JD)
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A bequest from Ira Nerken's estate supports an international keynote
presenter at the ADEC Annual Conference each year. There are a number of
ways that you can support ADEC with a planned gift. Download our informational brochure or visit our planned giving web page.