Leaving a Legacy Seminar, wine tasting at WSU Tri-Cities

RICHLAND — Find out how to leave a legacy that reflects your lifelong values, sets an altruistic example for your family, and benefits countless lives at a special event at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 20, at WSU Tri-Cities.

“Leaving a Legacy: You, Your Family & WSU” starts with an estate planning session, followed at 7 p.m. by a wine tasting led by Thomas Henick-Kling, WSU Viticulture & Enology director.

“It’s an information session about how to pass on your assets not only to your family, but also to the organizations you care about,” said Sharon Holden, WSU Tri-Cities director of campus and regional development. “It’s never too early to be forward-thinking and to plan ahead. It’s also a neat way to get your family involved in the process so they’re learning about philanthropy as well.”

Presenters include attorneys and financial consultants:
• Tom Cowan with Cowan Moore Stam Luke &Petersen, P.S.
• Coke Roth and Tim Coleman with Roth*Coleman Attorneys at Law
• Brad Fisher with RBC Wealth Management
• Steve Ricketts, AAMS, with Edward Jones
• Don Persinger, CPA, with Northwest CPA Group, PLLC
• Sharon Morgan with the WSU Foundation Gift Planning

The Legacy event is in the Consolidated Information Center, Room 120, on campus at 2770 University Drive.

Cost is $50 and includes one complimentary guest. The registration cost includes a $35 donation to the WSU program of your choice. For more information, call 509-372-7264 or visit www.tricity.wsu.edu/legacy.

Directions through construction: Drive north on George Washington Way, go straight past the construction detour sign, pass Hanford High, turn right onto Sprout Road, take the first left into campus, then turn left onto the University Drive scenic loop to reach the CIC/Library building.
 

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