William Vaughan graduated from Princeton University in 1942. He was a sergeant in the U.S. Army during WWII, stationed in India and China. He was an avid swimmer until his mid-eighties, and he enjoyed reading, political discussions and sports. “Willy” was an animal lover, with a particular soft spot for dogs. We were saddened by his recent death at the age of 93.
We are very grateful that Mr. Vaughan included Northeast Animal Shelter as one of his charitable beneficiaries. His kindness will live on by benefiting the many pets we are able to care for through his bequest.
If, like Mr. Vaughan, you want to ensure that your love of animals continues in the future, we encourage you to include Northeast Animal Shelter in your estate plans. This is one of the easiest, most meaningful ways to perpetuate your support of the thousands of dogs and cats we save each year.
If you have already named the Shelter in your will, please let us know so that we may thank you and welcome you into our Forever Friends Legacy Society.