19 ACTEC Notes 1 (1993-1994)

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THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF TRUST AND ESTATE COUNSEL
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A. MacDonough Plant, Editor Hugh F. Kendall, Assistant Editor /  American College of Trust and Estate Counsel 1993
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Message
It was the storm of the century as                                                         2
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under the leadership of Tom Sweeney
and enjoyed nearly a week of profes-.......                                                 11
sional enrichment and ACTEC-style
fellowship. At our final dinner, Tom
presented me with an appropriate sym-
bol of leadership - a red telephone in
the shape of Mickey Mouse. Then I had
the opportunity to remind our group of                                       R         the
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14 Task Force, and three great ACTEC
meetings), and to thank Jack Bruce for                                  WtziwZp         .
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