Saturday, April 21, 2012
Varsity Theatre & 3220-3224 
Wilkinson Student Center (WSC)

10:00   Welcome (Varsity Theatre) 
10:15  Henry Whiffen & B. Ray Anderson – “Estate Planning: Conventional Wisdom vs. Secrets & Strategies of the Rich”   
11:00  Break 
11:15  Rand Packer – "A Lion and a Lamb Return to Cumorah"
12:00  Break 
12:15  Luncheon (WSC 3220-3224) 
12:45  Merrill J. Bateman– “The Workings of the Spirit in the Church” 
1:30  Conclude 

This promises to be another great Emeriti Education Day! Registration is $16 per person and includes lunch. Parking is available east and north of the Wilkinson Student Center. Deadline to register is Monday, April 16 at 5 p.m. To register and purchase tickets click here

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Note: Tickets will not be distributed. Check-in will be in the Varsity Theatre.


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1st Course: 
Spring Greens 

Cranberry Glazed Pork Roast, Apple Nut Stuffing, House Mashed Potatoes, Maple Glazed Carrots, Freshly Baked Rolls


Pear Almondine, Apricot Bars, Blondie Bars, Famous BYU Mint Brownies

 Estate Planning:
Conventional Wisdom
vs. Secrets & Strategies
of the Rich 
 Estate Planning:
Conventional Wisdom
vs. Secrets & Strategies
of the Rich
  A Lion and a Lamb Return to Cumorah   
The Workings of the
Spirit in the Church 
Henry Whiffen is chair of The Estate Advisory
Group where he advises
wealthy clients in estate planning and taxes. He has a BS and MS in finance. He is co-author of the book,"Estate Planning Secrets & Strategies of the Rich." He currently serves on the BYU Emeriti board.

B. Ray Anderson worked for three years with the IRS and practiced law for over 40 years in California. He is also a co-author for the book, "Estate Planning Secrets & Strategies of the Rich." He serves as corporate counsel for The Estate Advisory Group.

A joint presentation will be given by these co-authors on guidance to estate planning.

Rand Packer is the CEO of Spouse Spice, a business dedicated to strengthening marriage relationships. He is a frequent lecturer at Church and educational gatherings and has recently self-published "Keep Kissing." Rand is a current member of the BYU Emeriti board.

His lecture will consist of a visual history of the 25 year mission Willard and Rebecca Bean served to re-establish the Church in Palmyra, NY in 1917.

The obtaining of the Joseph Smith farm, Hill Cumorah, Peter Whitmer farm, and Martin Harris farm will also be discussed.
  Merrill Bateman was BYU's president from 1996 to 2003. He served in the Presidency of the Seventy for four years and went on to become the president of the Provo, Utah Temple. He has joined the ranks of Emeritus Seventy.

Elder Bateman will share his experiences he had with Church leadership and members while he served as a General Authority.

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Contact Information
Event Information
Rand Packer
 Purchasing Tickets
Tim Menditto
Date & Location
Date: 4/21/2012
Time: 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM
Location: Wilkinson Student Center