Thompson & Vivian Webb Society: A Legacy for the Future
As founders of the Webb Schools, Thompson & Vivian left a lasting imprint on this special place and in our hearts. It began with a vision to educate young people in the highest traits of character and leadership and provide a superior academic experience that will serve as the foundation for their future success and that of our communities. As the Webbs imparted into the life of each student they encountered, they built a legacy that would live on for generations to come – not just a legacy of a fine academic institution, but one of honor and leadership that is carried forth in the character of each student who leaves this campus.
As members of the Webb community, we each have a unique opportunity to be a part of this great legacy by nurturing young students and helping to instill the same valuable principles in which Thompson and Vivian so strongly believed. We can do even more by pledging our support for the mission and becoming members of the distinguished group of visionaries who have made a lasting commitment to help ensure Webb’s future so the vision lives on.
The Thompson & Vivian Webb Society includes alumni, faculty, friends and parents who have made an estate or life income contribution for the long-term benefit of the School. Such support is vitally important for the sustainability of Webb and helps build endowment and additional resources that fund our educational programs. Members of the Thompson & Vivian Webb Society share in the legacy that began with one couple’s vision and continues in the promising achievements of our future leaders and scholars.
Leave a Legacy
Members of the Thompson & Vivian Webb Society are honored annually for their support and receive special recognition within the Webb community. Please contact Debbie Bills in the Office of Gift Planning to learn how you can partner with Webb to promote the vision and build a lasting legacy for the future.
To view the Thompson & Vivian Webb Society Honor Roll, click here.
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