Meet Our Donors
Anne and Charlie Combs
Anne and her husband, Charlie, served Holderness School from 1969 to 1979: Charlie as the school's Latin teacher, Anne as Alice Jane's companion as a secretary in the office of headmaster Don Hagerman.
Charlie Dodge '44
Charlie Dodge '44 made an extraordinary gift to Holderness School, including bequests in support of the Chapel and two scholarship funds: the Woodward Scholarship Fund and the Weld Scholarship Fund.
Mayland H. "Dutch" Morse '38
Dutch Morse ’38 believed his ethics were built on "a foundation that this wonderful school has established and has maintained for all who may be privileged to receive it."
Marty and Paul Elkins
Paul and Marty Elkins were part of the Holderness community for a combined forty-one years. Through teaching, coaching, and dorm parenting, they tirelessly gave to students, faculty, and friends.
The Rev. Lewis P. W. Balch, Jr.
Over 150 years ago, this man led his family to make an investment that is still paying dividends and is still directly impacting the learning experiences of Holderness students.
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