The Simeon Society
at Wyoming Catholic College
In Saint Simeon, the Church has a beautiful model of a man at the end of his life completely giving his will over to God. Saint Simeon had his life perfectly ordered as he prepared to meet our Lord. His legacy lives on forever as his famous prayer is chanted each night as part of Compline (night prayer). At the end of each day, the Church reminds us to surrender our will and place our life, our family, our future in His hands.
In memory of this great example of a holy life, Wyoming Catholic College has created the Simeon Society, an honorary association of men and women who make gifts to Wyoming Catholic College in their wills or living trusts, or those who have made the College a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, retirement account, gift annuity, or charitable trust.
Wyoming Catholic College is frequently unaware of these special gifts until after the donor has passed away. The Simeon Society allows for the proper appreciation and ensures that the intent of the gift is documented and secured. (Members of the Society may remain anonymous or be listed as a member on the website and in publications.)
Whether you would like to support our work today or benefit us after your lifetime, you can find a charitable plan that not only lets you provide for your family, but provides us with the long-term financial support and stability so vital to a young institution like ours. As a member of the Simeon Society, your gift will help to ensure the future of our unique educational vision and mission.
To make it quick and easy for you to begin writing your will, we’ve partnered with our friends at FreeWill, who have developed an intuitive, online will-writing tool that is entirely free and typically takes no more than 25 minutes from start to finish. This tool is free to you whether you choose to include a gift to Wyoming Catholic College or not, and can be used to create a fully valid legal will or guide you through planning your will before finding a lawyer near you. Get started now!
To learn more, contact Joseph Susanka in the Office of Advancement
at (307) 335-4466 or firstname.lastname@example.org.