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When the CollegeAdvantage program first started, we began saving to help defray the future costs of college for our daughters. We were investing a little at a time toward our goal.
When a dear friend of ours passed away, she kindly had named us in her will and estate planning. She was always very fond of our children, and our girls were fond of her, too. She was like a grandmother to them. She was aware of our plans to provide our children with a ways and means of furthering their education after high school. So, we thought it would be a great way to honor her legacy by using the money toward the girls’ educations by saving it in their CollegeAdvantage accounts. I know she would be very happy and proud that they both benefited in this way from her thoughtfulness.
Our oldest daughter now has a Master’s degree in special education and is presently teaching. Our youngest has an Associate's degree in business and accounting, and is currently working in a distribution center (hoping for a better job in future).
Randall and Debra Carr
Posted on April 19, 2015