As a Food Bank volunteer for more than 16 years, Troy McNemar has seen looks of despair on the faces of hungry individuals turn to smiles of gratitude when they receive assistance from St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance.
As an attorney, he has witnessed the destruction of relationships that occurs among family members and friends when a loved one dies without a will or estate plan.
These combined experiences played an important part in Troy's preparation of an estate plan and his decision to include a legacy gift to St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance.
"It has been my privilege to play a small part in the Food Bank's progress towards its vision of a hunger-free Arizona. But the sad fact is-no matter how hard we work toward achieving the goal-hunger will not be eliminated in Arizona during my lifetime," said Troy.
"My future gift to St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance as part of my estate plan will ensure that my commitment to fighting hunger continues after my death. The Food Bank has committed to combine my planned gift with similar gifts and place them in the Food Bank's endowment fund. A significant portion of the earnings on this fund will assist with the Food Bank's operations each and every year."
Troy's estate planning gift, along with the estate planning gifts of his fellow donors, will leave a lasting legacy that will continue the Food Bank's fight against hunger.
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