Giving Back for a Solid Foundation at Gonzaga
"Until our son Brayden was born, Kelley and I hadn't given much thought to an estate plan," admits Brian Clark '89, adding that an estate plan had always seemed like something you do much later in life, or only if you are ultra-wealthy. But as he began to research why one needs an estate plan, he quickly learned that that couldn't be further from the truth.
"I realized how critically important it is to protect your loved ones and the things you cherish most. Over the years, I have attributed more and more of my success in life to what I gained during my all-important years at Gonzaga. I wanted to give back to Gonzaga for the solid foundation and lifelong values that were instilled in me during my time on Eye Street. I also believe that including Gonzaga in my estate plan is an opportunity to practice the Jesuit motto of Men for Others beyond my time on this earth."
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