We didn't use that, and I don't like it. There could be a lot of
complications in an estate, and other priorities and commitments that take
precedence. Plus it sounds cold and callous.
It wouldn't be enforceable anyway.
Adams, Donna said:
> We are revamping our pledge form and it was suggested that we add the
> following (paraphrased) language:
> "In the event I predecease the completion of this pledge, it will be
> completed by my estate."
> This statement might only be included on our major pledges and/or on
> pledges lasting over 5 years.
> I am not in favor of this language and need to know if any other
> institutions are using anything like it on their pledge forms.
> Thanks in advance for your responses.
> Donna R. Adams, Director,
> Development and Alumni Information Systems
> Lake Forest College
> phone: 847-735-6001 email: [log in to unmask] fax:
> Words to live by: Work like you don't need the money; love like you've
> never been hurt, and dance like nobody's watching.
Scott Fendley '88
Director of Advancement Services