Planned Giving

May Margaret Fine Society

January 2017

Mr. Seth L. Baranoff

Dr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Bencivengo

*Mrs. Gladys Borrus

*Sarah Hart Brodsky '54

*Katherine Eisenhart Brown '38

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Bylin

Melissa Rosendorf Calvert '91

*Mr. Joseph M. Conroy

*Therese E. Critchlow '39

*Miss Shirley Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Guy K. Dean III

*Mrs. J. Richardson Dilworth

*B. Adelaide Banks Evers '28

Wendy Frieman '74

Joan Daniels Grimley '46

*Joanne C. Sly Hicks '40

*Mr. James S. Hill

*Mr. Theodore G. Kane

*Mrs. Elizabeth Kelley

Jacqueline Reiss Kravitz '89

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W.
Lambert III

Dean W. Mathey '43

*David Mathey '47

David H. McAlpin, Jr. '43

Edwin H. Metcalf '51

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Ober, Jr.

Ms. Bente L. Ott

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Peach

Ms. Cynthia H. Peifer

Dorothy C. Pickering '71

*Dr. and Mrs. Donald A. Pickering

*The Reverend Carl D. Reimers

Elizabeth Meredith Rigo '71

Mrs. Joyce S. Robinson

*Mr. Christopher R. P. Rodgers

Arianna Rosati '88

Jeffrey E. Schuss '73

Markell Meyers Shriver '46

*Ann A. Smith '56

*Margaret P. Smith-Burke '61

*Mr. Stanley C. Smoyer

*Patricia Smith Thompson '45

Karen M. Turner '72

*Elizabeth McGraw Webster '44

Ann M. Wiley '70

Mary Roberts Woodbridge '42

*Mrs. Helen Woodruff

Nancy Hudler Keuffel ’58

*Helen M. Crossley ’38

Marina von Neumann Whitman ’52

* Denotes Deceased

The May Margaret Fine Society

Established in 1998, the May Margaret Fine Society recognizes those loyal alumnae/i, parents and friends who have informed the school that they have made provisions for Princeton Day School in their estate plans.

Including the school in their will, establishing a charitable trust while maintaining life income, or naming the school as a life insurance beneficiary are just some of the ways these individuals have helped secure the long-term strength of Princeton Day School.

Please contact Peter Boyer, Major Gifts and Planned Giving Officer, at or (609) 924-6700 ext. 1251 for additional information.

Peach Family"The Peach family was introduced to PDS in 1990 when our son, John ’04, started in Betsy Trapp’s Junior Kindergarten program upstairs over the current administrative offices. MORE

The love and attention shown to the students by the outstanding faculty, staff, and administration were obvious from the very beginning of our long partnership with the PDS community. We were so impressed with the quality of the education being offered at PDS that our daughter, Sara ’01, transferred to PDS for the last four years of her education. Another aspect of PDS that we appreciated was the manner in which the PDS community welcomed us as parents, to become involved in numerous aspects of school life. We served for many years on the Board of Trustees, Parents Association governing board, and as event chairs and class parents. We feel that one way we can continue to support PDS, and show appreciation for all it has done for our family, is to include it in our estate planning. Our hope is to continue to help provide for the exceptional PDS experience for future generations of students and their families.
John and Pat Peach

Dede Pickering“Lifelong friends, athletic competition, art, music and a great mixture of academic classes proved a firm foundation for my life. I can’t imagine other children not having the same opportunity that I had. That’s why I’ve included Princeton Day School in my estate planning.”

Dede Pickering ’71