Planned Giving

Planned Giving

The fundamental purpose of estate planning is to leave a legacy for the living.

Pennsylvania College of Technology is pleased to provide this new gift and estate planning website as a service to our alumni and friends. Use it to explore ways to meet your personal, financial, and philanthropic goals while strengthening your connection to Penn College.

A well-thought-out gift plan can help you support Penn College today and well into the future. Some gifts can also provide income for you or loved ones, help you maintain control of your assets, or help you save on taxes. The articles on this website are updated weekly, so please be sure to return frequently for the latest information.

If you have questions or want to discuss how a planned gift can benefit both you and Penn College, please contact Barry Stiger or Robb Dietrich at 570-320-8000.
What to Give
Gift Options
Find out what type of assets make the best planned gifts. Learn about...
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Wills - Perils of Probate
Personal Planner
"I am an heir of the decedent and here is his will." Potential Heir Business Owner passed away on April 5, 1976, with an estate of $2.5 billion. Many...
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401K Limit Increased to $18,000 for 2015
Washington News
Each October the IRS publishes the increased limits for retirement plans for the following year. In IR-2014-99, the Service increased 401(k) and...
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How Medicare Covers Outpatient Mental Health Services
Savvy Living
Does Medicare cover outpatient counseling or therapy sessions for seniors? My husband has really struggled with depression since retiring and needs...
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Leaving a Legacy

Learn how others have made an impact through their acts of giving to our organization and others. Explore the many benefits of charitable gift planning.

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Giving Societies

Legacy Gifts lead to degrees that work.

Lee Gable, '02, construction management

Lee Gable, '02, construction management

Lee obtained a Master of Divinity degree from Wartburg Theological Seminary in 2013 and was ordained as a pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. He serves as pastor to the New Centerville Lutheran Parish in Rockwood, PA.

Lee continues to use his Penn College degree in this new role. Many congregations have entered a time of evaluating energy efficiency and Lee has been researching how they might invest in energy efficiency within their facilities. The mission team is also excited to have his electrical stills on board. Lee's construction management training has allowed him to look at planning and scheduling from a different point of view within the life of the parish. He has enjoyed seeing how skills from one vocation translate into others. Lee also had the opportunity to share his Penn College experience with a member of his parish who was interested in studying heavy construction and has since enrolled as a student at the Earth Science Center.

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