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Planned Giving

holy names legacy society

The Holy Names Legacy Society benefits the AHN Endowment and future needs of the school. Discover how you can make a lasting impact.

Planned giving, often referred to as legacy giving, is a thoughtful and strategic approach to philanthropy that allows individuals to make a lasting impact. It involves the careful consideration and integration of charitable giving into one's overall financial and estate planning. By engaging in planned giving, supporters of our school have the unique opportunity to create a legacy that extends far beyond their lifetime, ensuring the continued growth, excellence, and accessibility of our institution for generations to come. 

Whether through bequests, trusts, life insurance policies, or other planned giving vehicles, this approach empowers donors to leave a meaningful and enduring imprint on the educational journey of our students while also potentially enjoying financial benefits and tax advantages.


Protecting Your Legacy, Your Way

In a world where change is constant,  your legacy can be everlasting. Discover how planned giving can provide reliable, long-term support and leave a lasting impact on the causes you care about most. Fill out the form to get started and receive a brochure featuring 7 Simple Steps to Estate Planning.

Patty Bohannan '77

Director of Major Gifts & Planned Giving

 813-839-5371 ext. 376


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Legacy Society Testimonials

Legacy Society Members

We are pleased to recognize the following members of the Holy Names Legacy Society who hold the Academy and the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary in high regard.

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Aaron M. Alvarez and Nina McGucken Alvarez '01
Diana and Harold Astorquiza 
Schezy and Steve Barbas
Patricia Power Bohannan ’77
Victoria "Tori" Boswell ’80
Beverly Bush ’55
Joe and Claudine Diaz Caballero ’86
Kalinda Campbell ’00
Mary Jo Campbell ’68†
Dr. Antoinette Spoto-Cannons ’84 and Dr. Andrew Cannons
Jeannette Campbell Capella ’86
Joy Carter '72
Paula and James C. Castaño B’83, LCDR USNR, ret.
Irma Jean Simpson Doke S’52†
Jonathan and Jennifer Reina Epps ’84
Mary Ann Fontaine S’64
Edmund J. Foody
Richard Gonzmart B’67
Kimberly Valenti Grandoff ’77 
Angela Ferrante Guagliardo ’59
Andrea and Michael Hahn
Jane Hardin
Nancy Hutcheson Harris ’73
Kay Culbreath Heller
Patricia Miller Herrmann ’55
Theresa and David Jones 
Vanessa and Kevin Kasprzyk
Kerry Keegan
Debbie and Sam Lazzara
Dr. Gregory Lieb and Stephanie Crane Lieb ’99
Debra S. Lubrano
Linda Danco MacGregor ’79
Sheryl and George W. Martz, Jr. 
April Shannon McDonald ’90
Martha Minahan
Angela Spicola Morgan ’67 
Terri Costantini Naylor ’68
Dorothy Corfield Norton ’60
Vivien A. Oliva ’63
Katie Wyatt Reynolds ’02
Hadley and Hector Rivera ’92
Lisa and Lawrence W. Schwartz B’68
Jan and Anthony Scicchitano
Monica Sierra ’84
Molly Duveneck Smith ’88
Therese "Tracey" Taylor ’89
Jeffrey and Velen Diaz Thompson ’83
Patricia Torres ’68
Terre Tulsiak
Dr. Raulniña Uzzle-Harris ’82
Candace and Michael J. Valdes B’77
Mattie Tison Vega ’59
Sharon and Robert West
Anna Maria Williams ’44
Isabelle Williams ’48 
Christopher Winiarz ’97
Vincent and June Martin Wojteczko ’61
Isabella Zerrate '26

Academy of the Holy Names of Florida, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Federal tax ID number 59-0910354