20 ACTEC Notes 1 (1994-1995)

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Hugh F. Kendall, Editor / Charles F. Gibbs, Assistant Editor / @ American College of Trust and Estate Counsel 1994

Jackson M.
Bruce, Jr.


our President has been a Fellow for
over 20 years. Lil and I have attended
the past 21 consecutive Annual Meet-
ings of the College. During that time, I
have seen the College evolve - gener-
ally, all for the good. In 1976, Luther
Avery laid down a challenge at the
Hilton Head meeting: he asked whether
the College was a club or college.
While the answer may have been some-
what doubtful at that time, it can now
be firmly stated that we are, at least
primarily, a College. The growth of
committee work and the extensive
Continuing Legal Education (CLE)
programs combined with our recent
activity with amicus curiae briefs give
testimony to that answer, as does the
outreach of the Foundation.
In other areas, however, the Col-
lege has not changed very much over
20 years. The average age of the Fel-
lows is still fairly advanced at 61. The
average age of new Fellows entering
the College is also relatively mature at
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Enclosed with this issue are a letter from Jack and Lil Bruce
about the Fall Meeting in Beaver Creek with a brochure from the
Hyatt Regency, and a pledge form for the ACTEC Foundation Bike
Ride Fundraiser.

20  ACTEC Notes       1   (1994)

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