Mitch Lamm '95
I feel very fortunate to have graduated from Christchurch School. I owe a lot of gratitude to my family for making the financial and emotional decision to let me attend Christchurch. The school gave so much to me and helped me develop into the person that I am today. It was teachers like Mrs. Nolan and Doc Beauchamp who helped prepare me for the real world. The friendships I made with other students and their families created memories that I treasure everyday. I will always be grateful to Lewis Ball’s parents who practically adopted me during my Christchurch School years.
Today I am Senior Vice-President of Commercial Banking with First Citizens Bank and Trust. I am married to a boarding school graduate, and we have three young children. Christchurch is very important to me, so I want to make sure that the school is here long after I am gone, to help future young men and women. This is why I have named Christchurch School as a beneficiary in my life insurance policy. I know there are many more stories just like mine, and others who feel as strongly about Christchurch School as I do. That is why we should all want Christchurch to be here for our children and grandchildren. Also, I make a point each and every year to give to the Annual Fund.
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