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T H E A LM Y S OCI ET Y Each year, thoughtful individuals and families invest in the School’s future through their estate plans. There is a unique story behind each and every one of these legacies but they all have the same ultimate goal: to maintain the strength, integrity, and value of the BB&N experience for future generations of students. If you have arranged to support BB&N through your charitable estate plans like the generous alumni/ae, parents, and friends recognized here, please contact Janet Rosen at 617-800-2729 or jrosen@bbns.org so that we can welcome you as a member of The Almy Society. To read more about BB&N’s Planned and Deferred Giving program, visit giftplanning.bbns.org. The Almy Society gratefully recognizes the following alumni/ae, parents, grandparents, faculty, and friends who have included BB&N in their long-term philanthropic plans.

Anonymous (6) Michael J. Bucuvalas ’66 and Martha Bucuvalas Edward C. Bursk, Jr. ’50 Arthur M. Bylin ’54 Elizabeth S. Cahn ’85 Cynthia Chace ’70 Richard M. Chalfen ’60 Christopher R. Decker ’82 Robert Dole ’52 and Marguerite Dole James M. Donovan ’61 Laurence Etter (dec.) and Elizabeth Etter Thomas A. Fitzgerald, Jr. ’53 Nancy Hoadley Fryberger ’54 and Dick Fryberger Lincoln B. Gamble ’76 Theodore B. Gazarian ’49 Seth Gibson ’53 John P. Grinold ’53 (dec.) and Catherine Grinold Pamela Hardee Jackson ’62 and F. Gardner Jackson, Jr. George W. Jones ’47 Karen J. Kalina ’81 Mark P. Leeds ’83 Brenda Luquer ’62 Deirdre Nansen McCloskey ’60 Scott G. McMullin ’63 Mary K. Merrill Louise A. Pfeiffer ’36 John B. Read, Jr. ’53 Jeffrey Rudman ’66 George and Nancy Rupp Linda Samay (dec.) and Robert Rosenthal Linda Samuels Mark E. Satterfield ’73 and Marian Satterfield William D. Saunders ’59 Ann Imlah Schneider ’51 Allan H. Seigal ’51 Arnold H. Singal ’54 Mallory H. Slate ’56 Duncan Smith ’48 (dec.) and Joan Smith Janet M. Storella ’74 Jane Hewitt Tierney ’40 Nancy Morse Torti ’60

Klaus E. von Stutterheim ’62 Richard C. Walton ’72 Henry N. Winslow ’56 Charles F. Woodard, Jr. ’58 Benjamin T. Wright ’40 For their lasting legacies to the School, we recognize in perpetuity the following individuals whose estate gifts have been or are in the process of being realized. Their thoughtful generosity fortifies the foundations of learning and excellence at BB&N: James B. Ames Horace O. Bright ’13 Edward C. Browne ’37 Harriet Ropes Cabot ’25 Erica Barth Cawley Frank S. Cawley Edward P. Chase ’27 James and Mary Couzens Nicholas and Antigoni Damalas Clarence G. Davenport ’26 Suzanne A. Fleischner ’48 Malcolm S. Hayden Peter M. Hewitt ’44 William S. Howe ’47 Natalie Hoyt Nancy Griffin Jackson ’60 Herbert B. Jacobs ’43 Harvey and Farla Krentzman Andrea L. Kusko ’66 Arthur J. Lawson ’26 Christopher T. Mahan, Jr. ’45 Ruth Rosenberg Medalia ’42 Mary Potter Meeker ’53 Constance R. Milton ’28 Nancy Morse Margaret E. Oakley Ellen C. Oppler ’46 Sarah Osborn David and Muriel K. Pokross Alice Woodman Rossiter ’33 William C. Sawyer ’47 Anna Minot Warren ’35

Sam Moskow ’19, Kira Bierly ’19, Ali Plump ’18,

Dana Yesson ’21 and Dylan Wang ’21

Sam Savitz ’20, and Lana Tilke ’19 in a scene from the

set up for a shot in their filmmaking class.

Upper School winter musical Jesus Christ Superstar. THE ALMY SOCIETY

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BB&N Report of Giving 2016-17  
BB&N Report of Giving 2016-17