How to Give

Delores and Walter Haisler ’67 made a bequest, or a gift in their will, to benefit Texas A&M. To make a bequest, you can designate the Texas A&M Foundation as a beneficiary of your estate plan. A bequest can be made as a percentage of your estate, a specific asset, or the balance or residue from your estate. Benefits include the ability to retain assets during your lifetime, lessen the burden of taxes on your family and support a Texas A&M area of your choosing. To learn how you can support Texas A&M through a planned gift like a bequest, contact Kevin Westerman, gift planning officer.

This story, written by Morgan Knobloch '20 with the Texas A&M Foundation, originally appeared on the Texas A&M Foundation's website.