Register now for the premier estate planning conference in the region.
59th Annual Estate Planning Conference
Washington State Convention Center
800 Convention Place, Seattle
Approved for 13. 5 CLE credits for Washington attorneys, including 1 ethics credit. Application will be made for continuing
education credits for other states and additional professions.
Thursday, Oct. 30, and Friday, Oct. 31, 2014
Register at www.wsbacle.org. Enter 15436 in the search field.
Questions? 206-443-WSBA; 800-945-WSBA; email@example.com.
Sponsored by the Washington State Bar Association and the Estate Planning Council of Seattle
and presented in cooperation with the Alaska Bar Association.
Or save $24 with our paperless option: $475
(no printed coursebook; electronic only) $499
joyed swimming, dancing, and all kinds
of music. He was a lifetime member of
the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign
Wars, and FRA Club 170.
Paul M. Stocker died on Aug. 17, 2014,
at the age of 90.
Theodore O. Torve
Theodore Torve was born and raised in
Everett. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War, and upon discharge,
he attended Everett Community College
and received his law degree from the
University of Washington School of Law.
Torve served as a law clerk for the Washington Supreme Court and then joined the
Attorney General’s Office as an assistant
attorney general representing the Department of Highways. He later served for
many years as the division chief for the
Natural Resources Division and then for
the Transportation and Public Construction Division before retiring in 1998. As
a division chief, Torve was a leader and a
valued mentor to the many attorneys who
worked with him over the years. He was
passionate about his work, was known for
his sense of humor, and was respected by
Theodore O. Torve died on July 29,
2014, at the age of 83.
Alan P. Vandevert
Alan Vandevert was born in Bend, Oregon,
and grew up in California. He received
his undergraduate degree from Stanford
University and served for two years in the
U.S. Army Infantry before receiving his
law degree from Columbia University Law
School. Vandevert joined Weyerhauser in
1962, serving as corporate secretary and
assistant general counsel, and retired after 31 years of service. He was chair of the
Board of Trustees of Tacoma Community
College, chair of the Corporate Practices
Committee of the American Society of
Corporate Secretaries, and volunteered
for many years at Harborview and University of Washington Medical Centers.
Vandevert enjoyed hiking, skiing, gardening, and traveling the world. He loved
cooking and was an avid reader of news
and current events.
Alan P. Vandevert died on July 1, 2014,
at the age of 85.
David E. Wagoner
David Wagoner was born in Pennsylvania.
He received his undergraduate degree
from Yale University and his law degree
from the University of Pennsylvania Law
School. After law school, Wagoner clerked
for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Harold
Burton. Wagoner served as a lieutenant
in the U.S. Army and was stationed at
Walter Reed Hospital. Moving to Seattle,
Wagoner joined the firm of Perkins Coie,
where he practiced law until his retirement. He served on the Seattle Public
Schools Board of Directors for eight years,
including two terms as president, and
served for 12 years as a governor of the
Evergreen State College, including a term
as chair. After retirement, Wagoner began
a second career as an international arbitrator and mediator. He taught courses
on international arbitration and mediation at American University and served
as a coach for students at the University
of Washington School of Law in international arbitration competitions in Vienna
and Hong Kong. Wagoner enjoyed sports,
art, and travel, and discovered a talent
for painting colorful desert landscapes in
David E. Wagoner died on July 5, 2014,
at the age of 86. NWL