Harmonia Society

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About Harmonia Society

Members of the Harmonia Society are those who have, with special thought and foresight, included the Cathedral Choral Society in their estate plans. Harmonia Society members are committed to nurturing the Cathedral Choral Society for future generations. Most Harmonia Society gifts are restricted gifts to support the growth of the endowment, but there are significant opportunities as well for project and program support.

Unless otherwise requested, Harmonia Society members are recognized in our programs, on our website, and in our Annual Report as members of this special group of supporters.

For more information on the Harmonia Society, our endowment, or donor-directed funds please contact us. If you have already remembered the Cathedral Choral Society in your estate plans, please let us know.  

Click below for a statement of intent if you are ready to confirm your plans.

The Cathedral Choral Society strongly recommends you seek professional advice to ensure that your financial goals are considered, your tax situation is reviewed, and your planned gift is tailored to your circumstances. The information provided here is for general information purposes only.

Statement of Intent


Anonymous (3) 

Ernest* and Catherine Abbott

Laurene Church

The Estate of David Willard Cook

Judy Davis

David Dietly*^

Charles Leonard Egan

Connie Eggers

Thomas P. Gallagher

Mary-T. Gordon^

Anne R. Harris

Patricia D. Hevner^

Ann Ingram

Richard* and Cecilia Larkin



Beth A.V. Lewis

Susan McDaid

Lolly Mixter

Martha A. Morris

Alice Padwe

Raymond Rhinehart*

Carla L. Rosati

Martin Rosenthal*^ and Corinne Axelrod

Margaret Shannon

Michael and Linda Shortal

Patricia Soto

Nancy Wiecking

Martha Wilson

Evelyn D. Woolston-May


*Member of the Chorus

^Member of the Board of Trustees