2006 NPGC Seminar
Looking Back: 2006 Seminar
2006 Seminar Featured Internationally Known Speaker James E. Hughes Jr.
The first annual National Planned Giving Council Seminar was held on September 28 and 29, 2006, at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Attendees were blessed to hear from keynote speaker James E. Hughes Jr. Mr. Hughes is an internationally known philosopher of the family and the author of Family Wealth: Keeping It in the Family. He has also spoken at international and domestic symposia on estate and trust planning.
Mr. Hughes's address at the Thursday luncheon and subsequent workshop inspired many of those in attendance to further consider the role of the family elders in perpetuating the family legacy, the necessity of encouraging upcoming generations to find their dreams, and the role of the serving professional.
The seminar also featured the following speakers:
- Elder John K. Carmack, Managing Director of the Perpetual Education Fund
- Eric B. Shumway, President of Brigham Young University-Hawaii
- Kim B. Clark, President of Brigham Young University-Idaho
In addition to hearing from these remarkable individuals, attendees learned during the chairmen's breakfast that Marc Bohn of Phoenix, Arizona, would be the new national chairman. Mr. Bohn is the top estate planning attorney with the firm of Snell and Wilmer.
The first annual National Planned Giving Council Seminar proved to be an uplifting and memorable event.
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2006 Event Photos
Curt Bassett, Garry Johnson, Steve Chidester, Merrill Higham, and Doug Bohne joined together as the ethics panel for a session on Friday, September 29, 2006.
Let Me Introduce You
Ron Black (center back row) introduces McClain Bybee (left back row) to Michael Noland and Phil Cubeta (left to right front row) at the Chairman's Breakfast on Thursday, September 28, 2006.
Learning How to Better Serve Clients
Estate-planning professionals and charity representatives attend James E. Hughes Jr.'s afternoon workshop on Thursday, September 28, 2006.
This Is The Place Heritage Park
Seminar participants gather outside the Abraham Smoot Building at This Is The Place Heritage Park in Salt Lake City, Utah, for the special dinner event held at the park on Thursday, September 28, 2006. Elder John K. Carmack, Managing Director of the Perpetual Education Fund, addressed the group.
Our New National Chairman
Chairman Mark Bohn addresses the seminar participants as he accepts his appointment as the national chairmen at the Chairman's Breakfast held on Thursday, September 28, 2006.
Smile for the Camera!
Rickey Garner and Bruce Haws, of Deseret Trust Company, smile for the camera at registration on Thursday, September 28, 2006.