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Provide a Lasting Legacy with Planned Giving

Have you ever wondered how you or your loved one can contribute to others, even when you are gone? Being remembered is a feeling we can all relate to. Consider planned giving to share your blessings with generations to come, and with those who matter most.

At Walker Methodist, we believe that all older adults deserve a dignified, secure, and comfortable home to age. Even the best retirement plans can go astray because of a medical crisis, the desire to assist a family member in need, or an individual lives longer than expected. We want to ensure those individuals living in a Walker Methodist community who find themselves in that situation can count on maintaining their secure living environment

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Planned gifts to Walker Methodist support our programs and services, but also assist residents who have exhausted their financial resources or who are living on extremely low fixed incomes. Caring for these residents is part of our mission, as 40 percent of our current residents are low income and many have found themselves in this situation. We want them to have a safe home to age – for as long as they need it.

Please consider a planned gift to Walker Methodist. Join our Legacy Circle by providing for those at Walker Methodist.  

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Marilyn Peller Nelson

Written by Marilyn Peller Nelson

Marilyn Peller Nelson is the Executive Director of the Walker Methodist Foundation. The Foundation’s goal is to raise funds to support the programs and communities at Walker Methodist. Enhancing the Residents’ lives increases the quality of life they have while at Walker Methodist. Marilyn joined the staff in July of 2016. Marilyn has been in involved in the fundraising community for the past 30 years. For the past 10 years she served as Associate Vice President at CommonBond Communities. Benilde-St. Margaret’s School, Basilica of St. Mary, and Good Shepherd Parish and School were faith communities where she served in a variety of development roles. Marilyn is known for her passion for mission, reliability, a dogged work ethic, and ability to build strong relationships. A College of St. Benedict graduate, she has raised two young men – a Tommie and a Badger, and is a huge sports fan – especially college sports. Marilyn also enjoys laughing with her family, having great conversation with friends, and relaxing by the lake.

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