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Remembering Larry Berman

Remembering Larry Berman
"[CESLC is] a moving organization. It's always progressing. The staff is so conscientious. I spent a lot of time here with my wife and friends. They were all treated wonderfully and with respect."
– Larry Berman, z"l

Clarence "Larry" Berman, a former cartographer with the US Geological Survey and George Washington University geodesy faculty member, helped the Charles E. Smith Life Communities (CESLC) expand its programs and facilities for the benefit of its residents. Larry used to be a resident of Ring House, one of the independent living residences on the Charles E. Smith Life Communities campus.

In life, Larry served on the Board of Directors and the Community Relations Committee at CESLC. And Larry's beloved wife of fifty-four years, Ruth, used to delight residents by playing the piano. Larry said, "[CESLC is] a moving organization. It's always progressing. The staff is so conscientious. I spent a lot of time here with my wife and friends. They were all treated wonderfully and with respect."

Having established a generous gift annuity to benefit CESLC, Larry was a proud member of our Builders of the Future Society. Establishing a planned gift qualifies a donor for membership in the Society: bequests, charitable trusts and beneficiary designation gifts such as life insurance and retirement plans are among the most popular. Planned gifts integrate financial and charitable goals and reflect a long term commitment to providing excellent care to all CESLC residents.

To learn more about planned gifts at Charles E. Smith Life Communities, click here to email us at your convenience.


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