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The Cosmey-Parmelee Legacy Society

Planned Giving to Calhoun

In 2016-17, Calhoun launched The Cosmey-Parmelee Legacy Society, named in honor of Co-Heads of School Beatrice Cosmey and Elizabeth Parmelee (1945-1969), to recognize donors making planned gifts to Calhoun. These two headmistresses remained deeply engaged in the school’s development following their tenure, and we are grateful to those honoring their legacy and supporting the school with a planned gift to The Calhoun Endowment.

There are many reasons to support The Calhoun School in the form of a planned gift, including tax benefits, financial flexibility, and the lasting legacy they can help a donor leave behind. No matter your goal, there is a type of planned gift that will allow you to make a significant impact on Calhoun through your estate plan.

The material presented here is intended as general educational information on the topics discussed herein and should not be interpreted as legal, financial or tax advice. Please seek the specific advice of your tax advisor, attorney and/or financial planner to discuss the application of these topics to your individual situation.

Cosmey-Parmelee Society Members

Susan Brown '62
Beatrice Cosmey*
Lyda Ely
Ariene Petroff '57* and Edmund Grossman
Sara and Daniel Held
Barbara Janos '57*
Betty Jansen Rose '59
Ferne Hassberg Weiner '45*
Edith Wilson Wolf '39*