A society of those who have endowed the land conservation and protection programs of Loon Echo Land Trust.

About

Anyone who makes a bequest or other planned gift to Loon Echo becomes a member of the Bob Chase Legacy Society.

Ways to Contribute

  • Name Loon Echo to receive a percentage of your estate
  • Include Loon Echo in your will to receive a fixed dollar amount or shares of stock
  • Bequeath personal property, such as real estate or land

Be sure to consult with your  attorney. If you have general questions, please contact us at 207-647-4352.

Benefits

  • The satisfaction of knowing you’ve played a unique and long lasting role in protecting our open spaces, natural resources and rural character
  • Special invitations to programs and events
  • Recognition in Loon Echo’s publications and Bob Chase Society literature

Loon Echo would like to thank the following Bob Chase Legacy Society members:

Helen Allen
Connie Cross
Florence Combes
Eric Dibner
Nancy Gillis – Charter Member
David Hursty
Linda May
Norman Nicholson
David Stanley
Marilyn VanSaun

Bob Chase

Bob Chase was a lover of the natural world and the primary public face of Loon Echo Land Trust through the organization’s first 15 years.  Passionate and charismatic, Bob’s  vision and leadership were a driving force behind Loon Echo’s initial formation and successes until his passing in 2005. In naming the Legacy Society after Bob we seek to honor his lifelong commitment to make the world a better place.       

 

 

Click here to view more information