With a wit as sharp as a razor William Dew could tell a story as well as any man. For years he served as a traveling candy salesman and during those years he invested and saved well. As a result, Mr. Dew was able to set up a pooled income fund with both Colonial Williamsburg and The Salvation Army.
Mr. Dew had a profound grasp of history and was even aware of the deep rich history of The Salvation Army in the 1870’s in London. He was extremely satisfied with the financial gifting relationship that he had with The Salvation Army and as a result he made one last kind gesture toward our work and mission. By placing a TOD (transfer on death) provision on his Smith-Barney trading account, Mr. Dew provided a gift for The Salvation Army in Summit County that will affect hundreds of souls in the years to come.