Norman Watts

Planned Gift Offers Best Solution for Norman Watts

Norman F. Watts, age 75, is an expert at solving problems. In his profession as wealth manager, clients often come to him with complicated and vexing tax problems. He says, “I come up with 36,000 solutions as to the effort, cost, and time and try to select the best possible solution.” So it’s no surprise that Watts has selected Fox Chase Cancer Center for a significant planned gift. As he explains, “I chose Fox Chase because of its effort in attempting to solve the most difficult problems.”

Watts grew up near Philadelphia in Millville, PA. After graduating from Bloomsburg University, he taught in the Upper Darby schools and later served as a civil affairs officer for the U.S. government. Following a boyhood dream, he then entered the wealth management field in 1968. He notes that he tries to have a happy, productive life.

It was at a carnival in Millville that Watts met his wife, Julie. He says, “We were married for 43 beautiful years.” His gift to Fox Chase Cancer Center is in memory of Julie, who died of cancer.

As a financial consultant, Watts understands both the tax and personal benefits of a charitable planned gift. By establishing a charitable remainder unitrust, he supports the mission of Fox Chase Cancer Center and makes a gift that holds special meaning for him. 


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