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Bob '57 and Helen Bollinger '54 Hollenberg
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FOR BOB HOLLENBERG ’57 and his late wife, Helen Bollinger ’54
, giving to Manchester always has been part of their financial planning. “We gained so much from our Manchester education. We always thought it was important to give back,” explains Bob.

Now retired, Bob was an accountant and treasurer with United Technologies and Tokheim Corp. He is proud of Helen’s 38-year
teaching career in elementary and middle schools, and honors that
service with an IRA charitable rollover gift to the Hollenberg
Scholarship Fund for business and education majors.

A tax-free gift to Manchester with an IRA charitable rollover provides unique benefits for the remainder of calendar year 2013. The University must receive the distribution directly from the IRA for the IRA distribution to be tax-free for the donor and other restrictions and benefits apply.


Stephen S. Thomas, J.D.
Director of Gift & Estate Planning
260-982-5081 or 888-257-2586

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