Estate Planning Council Of Seattle Names New Officers For 2015-2016
Submitted by: Flash Media Services
The Estate Planning Council of Seattle has appointed a slate of new officers to lead the council for 2015-2016, with P. Gerry Maurer, AEP, CLU and ChFC with Northwestern Mutual in Seattle, elected president.
Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA (OPENPRESS) The Estate Planning Council of Seattle has appointed a slate of new officers to lead the council for 2015-2016, with P. Gerry Maurer, AEP, CLU and ChFC with Northwestern Mutual in Seattle, elected president.
Joining Maurer is immediate past president Michael Vranizan, private client relationship manager with Vranizan & Associates, in Seattle, and Kurt Olson, JD, with Fahlman Olson & Little, PLLC, in Seattle, as president elect. Ron Nagle, CPA, with Peterson Sullivan LLP in Seattle, is treasurer, and Carla Wigen, JD, with Wells Fargo Private Bank in Seattle is secretary.
The executive committee includes Kammie Lewis, CPA, with Bader Martin, PS, in Seattle, Kristina Udall, JD, with The Law Office of Kristina Udall PLLC, in Seattle, Jeanne Goussev, CTFA, with Threshold Group in Seattle, and Janet Welcher, CFP, with Fulcrum Capital LLC, in Seattle.
Tammy Miller, CFP, CTFA, with Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., in Seattle, is chair of the 2015 Estate Planning Seminar and Jolene Cox, CPA, with Deloitte Tax LLP in Seattle, is co-chair. She is also chair of the 2016 planning seminar. The 2015 seminar will be held Nov. 2-3 in Seattle, and draws more than 1,000 attendees.
About the Estate Planning Council of Seattle: Originally founded in the early 1940s and one of the leading estate planning councils in the nation, The Estate Planning Council of Seattle is comprised of King County's top estate planning lawyers, certified public accountants, trust officers, insurance agents, and financial planners. The council aims to promote the highest quality estate planning services in the Pacific Northwest by developing and improving the capabilities of its members, fostering cooperation among professionals, and by educating the public about estate planning matters. Visit the Estate Planning Council of Seattle's web site at www.epcseattle.org.