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UWRA Workshop

Got Your Ducks in a Row? End-of-Life Planning Workshop

Sat. Oct. 26, 2019      12:30 p.m.

Alder Hall Auditorium

It’s never too early for you or a loved one to plan life’s last chapters. Take control and face the future with confidence by us joining us for this UWRA program. Co-hosted by People’s Memorial Association, a Washington State nonprofit resource for funeral consumer education and advocacy, this three-hour workshop will feature three experts who will address issues ranging from estate planning to health care directives to funeral planning.

Get your questions ready and join us for this critical workshop. Everyone is welcome!

Admission: $15

Tiffany Gorton is an attorney at Kutscher Hereford Bertram Burkart PLLC (KHBB Law) in downtown Seattle. Her practice focuses on estate planning, taxation and trust and estate litigation matters. She is also a part-time lecturer at the University of Washington School of Law. Tiffany will talk about what you need to know to get your legal affairs in order for end of life.


Nancy Niedzielski is a Certified Life Cycle Celebrant and Non-denominational Minister with degrees in Education and Psychology and a MBA. She has many years’ experience as a hospice volunteer and is a public speaking volunteer for Compassion & Choices of Washington and People’s Memorial. Nancy will discuss health care directives and the Washington death with dignity law.


Nora Menkin is the Managing Funeral Director of the Co-op Funeral Home of People’s Memorial. She began as an intern when the The Co-op Funeral Home opened its doors in 2007, worked her way up become a licensed funeral director in 2009 and was named Managing Director in 2013. Being raised by a hospice physician mother gave her unique insight into end-of-life care. Nora will talk about People’s Memorial Association and making end-of-life arrangements.


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