Meet Our Donors
Bruce Jacobson '66 has fond memories of his six years at Breck. Coincidentally enough, in the winter months his St. Paul home boasts a fairly clear view of the River Road campus he attended, so it's especially fortunate that his experience was a positive one.
Karyl and Byron Rice
For Karyl and Byron Rice, supporting Breck in an estate plan is, more than anything, a way to make sure that this school will be an option for future generations of students, parents and teachers.
The Zeidner Family
For Lew and Nicki Zeidner, Breck is almost part of the family. "Our daughter Amanda is an only child," they say, "and at Breck she gets both older and younger siblings. For us, the school has become a focus for volunteering, an important focus for philanthropy and a big part of our social life!"
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