You can leave a legacy with planned gifts to the Queen of All Saints Endowment Fund. A planned gift from your will or estate can help ensure the continued witness of Queen of All Saints Parish that sustained and nourished you during your lifetime. To learn more about the Legacy Society, please contact Cathy Laughlin at 219-872-9196 or at [email protected]
“Leave Your Legacy at Queen of All Saints, A Legacy of Love and Faith”
Click on the image below to read how to "Keep Legacy Alive"
Former pastor, Fr. Kevin Huber, and others in the parish and school community bring Legacy Alive when they share their fond memories of Queen of All Saints and the impact this relationship has had on their families.
Commemorative Engraved Bricks
Create a Lasting Memory with an engraved brick laid at the entrance to the Queen of All Saints Legacy Center!
- Order yours today to honor or memorialize a family member, a friend, an organization, or celebrate a milestone like a baptism, graduation, birthday or anniversary.
- A portion of your $125 brick purchase will be donated to the Queen of All Saints Parish Endowment to help continue to support the mission of Queen of All Saints, sustain our ministries and preserve our property!
- Brick order forms are available at www.qas.org/endowment/brickorder and returned to the parish
support center. To complete your order form and order online with WeShare, please go to https://qasmc.weshareonline.org/ws/opportunities/CommemorativeBrickProgram.
Fr. Alfred Dettmer, Pastor 1970-1997
First Legacy Story
One of Queen of All Saints first legacy stories began on August 12, 1986, when Fr. Alfred Dettmer established the Queen of All Saints Endowment along with four other parish members. The fund was established to ensure the long-term viability of our parish and school. It was the hope of the original donors that other individuals, corporations, and organizations would contribute to the fund. In a desire to provide for the needs of the church and the school the original donors indicated that income from the fund would be paid back to the church and school on a quarterly basis. All this was to be monitored by a parish committee, the Endowment Fund Committee. The fund was originally established locally with MS Investment Management, N.A., which is now known as Horizon Trust and Investment, who remains the current fund manager.