In Pursuit of Excellence
Dartmouth College Recognizes with Deep Appreciation the Extraordinary Achievements of
Alan W. Rottenberg ’66
The Ford Whelden ’25 and Robert Kaiser ’39 Award
2016 Gift Planning Chair of the Year
Alan W. Rottenberg, we recognize you as a dedicated and energetic voice among the alumni and class officers of Dartmouth College.
Through your personal commitment and volunteer service as Gift Planning Chair for your class, you have educated your peers about the importance of thoughtful estate planning. Thanks to your outreach initiatives, the Class of 1966 gained 17 Bartlett Tower Society members in the last fiscal year, bringing your total Bartlett Tower Society membership to 45!
As a student at Dartmouth, you were a Rufus Choate Scholar as well as a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Pi Lambda Phi. You graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government, with the distinction of summa cum laude.
You went on to receive your J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1969 and joined Goulston & Storrs that same year. You have been at Goulston & Storrs ever since and are considered a seasoned leader in matters of real estate.
Throughout the years, your volunteer record at the College has been exceptional. In addition to serving as the Gift Planning Chair for the past 15 years, you have also volunteered as an alumni interviewer, a leadership agent for the Dartmouth College Fund, a member of the Parents Fund Committee, and the Book Award Chair.
And so, in grateful recognition of your long and devoted service to the Class of 1966, to Dartmouth, and especially to the Gift Planning Program, the Association of Gift Planning Officers is proud to recognize you as Huius Anni Principes Captatorum, or Gift Planning Chair of the Year, and the fortieth recipient of The Ford Whelden ’25 and Robert Kaiser ’39 Award.