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"Sex, Death and Money — Succession in the Family Business"

November 1, 2006 :: No. 61


Transitions in the family business, including succession and estate planning, are the focus of the Nov. 7 workshop “Sex, Death and Money … What Else Is There in the Family Business,” presented by Cal State Fullerton’s Family Business Council.

Who: Leslie Dashew, president of Human Side Enterprise — an organizational consulting firm — and co-author of “Health, Wealth and Families.”
When: 4:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7
Where: Ayres Hotel and Suites, 325 S. Bristol St., Costa Mesa

The Family Business Council, part of the CSUF College of Business and Economics, is a partnership between the business community and the university. Its mission is to enhance the well-being and survivability of family businesses by providing opportunities for education, interaction and information tailored to the needs and concerns of business. In addition to monthly workshops, the center offers several peer-group affinity discussion meetings and is involved in the university course “Family Business Dynamics.”


Free to first-time family business attendees interested in becoming a member of the Family Business Council. Reservations are required and can be made by calling
Robbin Bretzing at 657-278-4182 or by email at


Seventh annual Family-Owned Business of the Year Awards Luncheon Nov. 16 and
“The Role of In-Laws in the Family Business” Dec. 13.

Media Contacts:

Mike Trueblood, director of the Family Business Council, at 657-278-4182 or
Pamela McLaren of Public Affairs at 657-278-4852 or

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