Legacy Society Luncheon ·  May 6, 2015

While taxes and planning are fresh in your mind…

We think you should come hear a professional speak about the practice of preserving wealth.  Beau Ruff is an estate planning attorney from the firm Leavy, Schultz, Davis & Ruff and the president-elect of the Tri-City Estate Planning Council. A graduate of Kamiakin High School and a Gonzaga Bulldog, Beau also served in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, including a year-long tour in Iraq for which he was awarded the Bronze Star.

With our sponsor, Key Bank, we have arranged for Beau to speak at our Legacy Luncheon on Wednesday, May 6th at Noon at the Kadlec HealthPlex. It’s at the corner of Goethals and Lee Boulevard in Richland. Lunch will be catered by Fat Olives.

Beau has promised to allow time for questions. We expect to conclude by 1:00 PM. He is highly recommended and considered to be proficient in the practice of taxation and estate planning.

RSVP by April 30 via phone 942-2661 or email Whitney.Clark@Kadlec.org


Legacy Society Luncheon ·  May 6, 2015

While taxes and planning are fresh in your mind…

We think you should come hear a professional speak about the practice of preserving wealth.  Beau Ruff is an estate planning attorney from the firm Leavy, Schultz, Davis & Ruff and the president-elect of the Tri-City Estate Planning Council. A graduate of Kamiakin High School and a Gonzaga Bulldog, Beau also served in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, including a year-long tour in Iraq for which he was awarded the Bronze Star.

With our sponsor, Key Bank, we have arranged for Beau to speak at our Legacy Luncheon on Wednesday, May 6th at Noon at the Kadlec HealthPlex. It’s at the corner of Goethals and Lee Boulevard in Richland. Lunch will be catered by Fat Olives.

Beau has promised to allow time for questions. We expect to conclude by 1:00 PM. He is highly recommended and considered to be proficient in the practice of taxation and estate planning.

RSVP by April 30 via phone 942-2661 or email Whitney.Clark@Kadlec.org

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