Blessed Edmund Rice, the founder of the Congregation of Christian Brothers, opened his first school in 1802 in Mount Sion, Waterford. The Legacy Society of 1802 recognizes those members of the community who make commitments through estate planning to contribute to the legacy of the school.

John L. Andrews ’76

Michael W. Barkley ’64

Mary Catherine Bartush-Jones Trust

  • Mother of Mike ‘81; Grandmother of Devin ‘06

The Estate of Steven C. Doman

  • Father of Kristopher ‘09, Stephen ‘09, Mark 12

Betty & Matt Ebejer ’76

  • Parents of Anthony ’08

Walter & JoAnn Fisher

  • Parents of Greg ‘77; Grandparents of Grant ‘10, Kurt ‘09 Reid ‘14 and Stewart Hayes ‘06

Ruth & Peter Gayde ’76

Brooke & Jason Geisz ’96

W. Michael George ’72

Nora & Schuyler Hamill ‘77

  • Parents of Schuyler ‘12 and Patrick ‘14

Kirstin & Mark Hammond ’83

J. Martin Gillespie ‘67

Cindy & Dr. John Kazanowski, DDS

  • Parents of Justin ’06, Adam ’08 & Michael ’08

Walter & Maureen Kowal

  • Parents of David ’81, Daniel ’82 & Christopher ’91

Mary & Howard McKenna

  • Parents of William ’74 & Robert ’83;  Grandparents of Kevin M. Debs ‘03 & Brian M. Debs ‘05

Mary & Stephen Nagengast ’70

Dorothy & Patrick “Duke” Norton

  • Parents of Patrick ’72, Michael ’79, Thomas ’81 & John ’82

Estate of John F. Shaitz

  • Father of Doug ‘80

Brad M. Simmons ’75

  • Former Chairman, Brother Rice Board of Directors

Nancy & Tom Thomas ’76

  • Parents of Thomas ’06

Michael Tyranski ‘84

Joyce & Jack Ward

  • Parents of Mark ’78 & Matt ’80

Marney & Matt Wolf ’92

 

Legacy giving is a set of ways a donor can leave money and/or assets to Brother Rice High School; or a way to invest money so that the donor receives benefits during his/her lifetime.  To learn more, please call Brian Dilworth at 248.833.2000 or send an email to dilworth@brrice.edu.