Vail Valley Partnership members are busy this summer
The Vail Valley Partnership and its members are having several events over the next few weeks, including: Local Edward Jones adviser Tina DeWitt and Denver-based attorney Frank Danzo will host a free 60-minute seminar, Preparing Your Estate Plan at 6:30 p.m. June 4 at Suite 203, Edwards Corner (Above Rays) in Edwards.Topics will include:What to consider when creating a will; benefits of trusts in estate planning; how to help reduce taxes on ones estate; and how insurance can help protect ones family.The seminar is free, but space is limited. For more information, call Lisa Connolley, 970-926-1728. The Vail Valley Partnerships Vail Valley Business Forums theme this year is Forget the Guess Work, Heres the Plan.The keynote speaker for the event is Rob Katz, CEO of Vail Resorts.The forum is set for July 30 from 8 a.m. noon at the Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa in Avon. Cost is $40 for Vail Valley Partnership members, $80 for all others.For more information, call event coordinator Ruthie Carlson, event coordinator, 970-477-4001.Katie Kuchler celebrates 10 years at Land TitleLand Title Guarantee Co. recently announced thatKatie Kuchler has celebrated her 10-year anniversary with the company. Now Eagle County manager of closing operations for the Vail, Eagle and Avon offices, Kuchler was a closing assistant and closer before assuming her current job.With Katies superb closing expertise, she is an invaluable resource both for us within the company, as well as for our many Eagle County customers, said Gail Ferry, vice president and Eagle County branch manager (whos celebrating her 36th anniversary with Land Title this summer). Her uncompromising dedication and desire to assist has earned her the trust of the real estate community and her coworkers. Her technical expertise combined with her genuine commitment to exceed expectations makes her an important partner in our industry. Customer relations manager Bob Rulon said, Katie is an exemplary manager who adapts quickly to changing circumstances while maintaining empathetic integrity towards everyone she serves.For more information, go to http://www.ltgc.com.
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