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Just Plain Obvious

Just Plain Obvious

My mother Tilli had a long history at Mount Hermon. My father Jack met his Savior down at Victory Circle. This soon led to his meeting and marrying Tilli in 1957. Mount Hermon was a favorite place for them as a couple, to come with their church family, and then eventually with their own family.

We attended Mount Hermon family camps for decades. Mom and Dad bought a cabin on Pine Ave. which allowed our family to stay for multiple weeks in the summer, enjoying the variety of summer conferences and concerts. All of their children, myself included, served on Summer Staff after graduating high school.

Mount Hermon was a lifetime place of refuge and renewal and was the spiritual foundation for my mother and her entire family. We all loved the walks in the woods, worship through hymns, and Biblical life-giving teaching. Mount Hermon gave us a firm love and vigorous passion for God’s word, to be studied and lived out in our lives every day. Mount Hermon was central to our family’s spiritual life.

It was just plain obvious for my mom to give a lifetime gift through the Redwood Society, to give back to a new set of generations the treasured gift mom had received for her family.

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There are very few things worth spending resources on with a greater value than Mount Hermon.

We are grateful and humbled to have been included in Tilli’s estate plans. If your family has been impacted by the ministry of Mount Hermon and you’re thinking about leaving an estate gift, please contact: Dave Talbott at 831.430.1241 or dave.talbott@mounthermon.org

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