Royal Oak Legacy Circle

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Legacy Circle members receive a limited edition print of Quercus robur (English oak) by Pria Graves, a noted botanical artist and herself a Legacy Circle member.

The Royal Oak Legacy Circle recognizes those who wish to create a legacy by remembering Royal Oak and the National Trust of England, Wales & Northern Ireland in their estate plans. Benefits of membership in The Royal Oak Legacy Circle include invitations for annual special events in association with our lectures around the U.S and recognition in our print and digital publications. Legacy Circle members also have access to special Legacy Supporter events organized by the National Trust in the UK.

For more information or to notify us of a legacy gift and join The Royal Oak Legacy Circle, please contact Interim Executive Director Todd Galitz at tgalitz@royal-oak.org or 212.480.2889 ext. 202.

Learn more about how to make a legacy gift here: Learn more

Meet some of our Legacy Circle members here:

Royal Oak Legacy Circle Members:

Stein Berre & Britton Smith | New York, NY
Brian Braa & Andrew Eiseman | Washington, DC
Robert Cefaratti | Washington, DC
Sandra Church | San Francisco, CA
Tracey Dedrick | New York, NY
Richard Dilworth | Richmond, VA
Patricia Diness| Middletown, NJ
Christine Edwards | Hoboken, NJ
Mr & Mrs Richard Picton Evans | Suffolk, VA
Shelley Fleetwood & James Gusek | Lakewood, CO
Ronald Lee Fleming | Cambridge, MA
Pria Graves | Palo Alto, CA
Irene Grigoriadis & Steve Casey | Rancho Santa Fe, CA
Ian & Madeline Hooper | Canaan, NY
Martha Hamilton & I. Wistar Morris III | Villanova, PA
Diana Mackie | Ambler, PA
Gail & David Meltzer | Palm Harbor, FL
Linda C. Pedro | New York, NY
Susan & William Samuelson | Belmont, MA
Sean Sawyer | New York, NY
Jessie B. Walker | New York, NY
Phillis & John Warden | New York, NY
George K. Weaver | Elizabethtown, PA
Ellen Whiting | Princeton, NJ
Avice & George Wilson | New Brunswick, NJ
Anonymous | Santa Cruz, CA