J. KIRBY SIMON FOREIGN SERVICE TRUST
The J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust is a charitable fund established in the memory of Kirby Simon, a Foreign Service Officer who died in 1995 while serving in Taiwan. The Trust is committed to expanding the opportunities for community service, professional fulfillment and personal well-being of Foreign Service Officers and Specialists and their families. The Trust has been funded with contributions from Kirby Simon's colleagues, friends and relatives and other persons interested in the purposes of the Trust. The Trustees are present or former members of the Foreign Service - State Department community and Kirby Simon's parents.
Kirby Simon at the American Institute in Taiwan in April 1995, together with Foreign Service Nationals to whom he offered English language instruction in his spare time.
J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust
93 Edgehill Road, New Haven, CT 06511
Phone: (203) 432-2698
Fax: (203) 432-0063
A report on the origins and the activities of the Trust appears in the
May 1999 issue of State magazine (pp. 33-36),
supplemented in the July/August 1999 issue (p. 45).
This material also appears in the online version of State magazine at
Read about us in the Foreign Service Journal: Two Decades of Volunteer Support: Kirby Simon's Legacy
THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE HAS DETERMINED THAT THE J. KIRBY SIMON FOREIGN SERVICE TRUST IS TAX-EXEMPT UNDER SECTION 501(c)(3) OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE AND THAT CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE TRUST ARE DEDUCTIBLE FOR INCOME TAX AND ESTATE TAX PURPOSES.
Trustees of the J. Kirby Simon Foreign Service Trust
|Liisa Ecola||Courtney Nemroff|
|Cynthia Ely||Kathleen Sheehan|
|George P. Kent||Claire B. Simon|
|Colette Marcellin||John G. Simon|
|John Daniel Morris|
|Herbert J. Hansell, trustee 1997-2015|