Paul Brown Legacy Society
Some planned gifts provide income for life. Some provide a permanent legacy. All planned gifts provide future support that plays an extraordinary role in ensuring Centenary's continued commitment to students, faculty, and the liberal arts as well as its place as one of the finest liberal arts colleges in the nation.
No other person has been associated so closely and for so long with Centenary's development as Paul Marvin Brown, Jr. "Mr. Paul" came to Centenary as a student in 1909 when one building - Jackson Hall - served all housing and instructional needs. When he retired as chairman of the Board of Trustees in 1965, the College reflected a half-century of expansion. Today’s Centenary is a testament to the devotion of its early leaders, particularly of Paul M. Brown, Jr.
The Paul Marvin Brown, Jr., Society honors alumni and friends who include Centenary College in their estate plans.
The College has benefitted from many donors who are now deceased whose planned gifts have funded scholarships, professorships, buildings, and improvements.
See how fellow members of the Centenary have made their future commitments:
- Wills and Bequests
- Charitable Remainder Trusts
- Retirement Plans
- Life Insurance
- Life Estate Agreements
- Gift Annuities
- Pooled Income Funds
To perform your own personal calculations, please go to PG Calc's Planned Giving Calculator.
For more information, please contact David Henington, Director of Planned Giving
at 318-869-5151 for assistance.