The Legacy Society is NCRF’s planned giving program, which individuals may join by providing for NCRF in their estate planning.
- Has the court reporting profession been good to you?
- Have you planned for your future?
- Do you want to protect your assets?
NCRF offers you an opportunity to leave a lasting legacy for future generations of court reporters through our planned giving program, the Legacy Society.
NCRF started the Legacy Society as a means for you to give back to your profession through your personal estate planning. By naming NCRF as the beneficiary of a will or an insurance policy, you can ensure your legacy for future generations of court reporters. By planning ahead, you will determine the fate of your assets, rather than a government agency. Plus, you will enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that you’re giving back to a profession that has a long and honored history.
To date, these foresighted people are Legacy Society members:
Deanna Baker, FAPR, RMR
Forrest M. Brown, FAPR, RDR (Ret.)
Joyce Z. Casey, FAPR, RDR, CRR, CRC
R. Douglas Friend, FAPR, RDR, CRR
Wade Garner, RPR, CPE
Teresa R. Gaudet, CPE
Ellen Corbett Hannum, RMR, CMRS
Nancy Hopp, FAPR, RDR, CRR, CMRS
Shirley Houston, FAPR, RPR, CLVS
Deanna K. Johnson, RPR, CRI, CPE, FAPR
Tami Keenan, FAPR, RPR, CPE
Rachel Lerschen, FAPR, CM
Christi Macri, FAPR, RMR, CRR, CRI
Adam Miller, FAPR, RPR, CRI, CLVS
Patricia Miller, CRI, CPE
Roger Miller, FAPR, RDR
James Mizanin, FAPR, RDR, CMRS, CRI, CPE (Ret.)
Reesa Parker, FAPR, RPR, CRR (Ret.)
Gary Sonntag, FAPR, RDR
Glenn Sonntag, RDR, CLVS (Ret.)
Melanie H. Sonntag, FAPR, RDR, CRR, CRC
William E. Weber, FAPR, RDR, CRR
Freida Sclafani Williams, RPR, CMRS (Ret.)
Nativa P. Wood, FAPR, RDR, CMRS
Learn more about NCRF’s Legacy Society.