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PLANNED GIVING

THE STRADIVARIUS SOCIETY IS
THE SYMPHONY'S PLANNED GIVING
CIRCLE OF FRIENDS
The name Stradivarius is an icon of permanence and value in the musical world. The rare quality of the great master's instruments places them in a class of their own. Stradivarius Society members create an equally permanent musical legacy for all generations to come. All planned gifts qualify for membership in the Stradivarius Society.


GIVE THE GIFT OF A LIFETIME
Create a legacy of great music in Madison with a planned or deferred gift to the Madison Symphony Orchestra. It's been called the "ultimate gift": A planned or deferred benefice is often the culmination of a lifetime of philanthropy. Thoughtfully considered estate planning can put significant giving within reach of individuals who might not think it otherwise possible. And it's surprising to some that the far-reaching consequences of such giving can transform the destiny of a favored institution, matching the outcome of the gift to the philanthropic aims of the donor. In almost no other way can we express so powerfully the ideals and passions that bind us to truly special causes.

WHAT CAN MY PLANNED GIFT DO?
The opening of the MSO's home in Overture Hall heralded a new era of music-making in south-central Wisconsin. Planned gifts to the endowment support key MSO initiatives by:

PLEASE CONTACT US!
With your help, the legacy of the MSO's music and educational programs will continue to serve our community for generations. For more information, or to make a planned gift, call our Development Director, Casey Oelkers, at 608.257.3734.

STRADIVARIUS
SOCIETY MEMBERS

Emy Andrew
Nancy Becknell
Shaila & Tom Bolger
Marian & Jack Bolz
Martha & Charles Casey
Barbara & John DeMain
Audrey & Philip Dybdahl
Tyrone & Janet Greive
Terry Haller
Jane Hilsenhoff
Robert Horowitz & Susan B. King
Dr. Stanley & Shirley Inhorn
Steven Landfried
Lila Lightfoot
Ann Lindsey & Charles Snowdon
Jan Markwart
Stephen D. Morton
Michael Pritzkow
Gordon & Janet Renschler
Joan & Kenneth Riggs
Edwin & Ruth Sheldon
Joel Skornicka
Sharon Stark & Peter D. Livingston
Gareth L. Steen
John & Mary Storer
Richard Tatman & Ellen Seuferer
Gamber F. Tegtmeyer, Jr.
Marilynn Thompson
Helen L. Wineke
One Anonymous Friend

ESTATES

Elizabeth S. Anderes
Donald W. Anderson
Helen Barnick
Norman Bassett
Theo F. Bird
Margaret Christy
Frances Z. Cumbee
Mary J. Ferguson
Maxine A. Goold
Beatrice B. Hagen
Martin R. Hamlin
Sybil A. Hanks
Elizabeth Harris
Julian E. Harris
Martha Jenny
Lois M. Jones
Helen B. Kayser
Teddy H. Kubly
Arno & Hazel Kurth
James V. Lathers
Stella I. Leverson
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick W. Miller
Elmer B. Ott
Ethel Max Parker
Josephine Ratner
Mrs. J. Barkley Rosser
Harry D. Sage
Chalma Smith
Marie Spec
Charlotte I. Spohn
Evelyn C. Steenbock
Harry Steenbock
Mr. & Mrs. J. Wesley Thompson
Glenn & Edna Wiechers