Have a stock will on file with us? You are entered to win quarterly cash prizes! Don’t have one yet? Contact the records department to get your stock will completed and be entered to win!
Doyon will also be mobile this summer for elderly or homebound shareholders within the Fairbanks and surrounding area. Home visits can be arranged by contacting the Records department and scheduling an appointment. For any questions or concerns, or to schedule a home visit, please contact Shareholder Records at (888) 478-4755, ext. 2040, or (907) 459-2040.
Shareholders MUST have transferable Class A, B or D stock, a valid stock will and correct mailing address on file with Doyon, Limited to be entered to win.
June 30, 2018 Quarterly Prize Winners:
A Stock Will enables shareholders to legally pass their Class A, B and D shares on to whomever they wish. This is accomplished by completing the will on the back of the stock certificate or Doyon Testamentary Revocation of Disposition, which is another form of stock will.
A General Will completed with another agency or attorney may be taken into account in passing on an individual’s shares to heirs, if Doyon shares are specifically mentioned in the general will or if it contains a residual clause.
Intestacy: If you do not have a stock will or a general will, your shares will be distributed by the Alaska State Laws of Intestacy. This means your closest relative(s) will receive your shares.
Life Changes affect your stock and general will. Changes can include marriage, birth, death or divorce. We recommend reviewing and, if necessary, updating your stock will every three to five years as needed.
Validating a stock will is as important as completing it. If a stock will received by Doyon’s shareholder services department proves to be invalid, a copy of the invalid stock will, along with reasons for its lack of validity, will be returned to you. We’ll also send you a blank correction form to complete. If you don’t return a corrected stock will form, your shares may not be transferred to the person(s) you designate.