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Endowment to host a program about a bookkeeper who faked a will to inherit millions

Published on September 20, 2016

Endowment to host a program about a bookkeeper who faked a will to inherit millions

Lawrence Memorial Hospital’s Endowment Association is hosting a seminar that will focus on a fascinating legal case.

“Lessons Learned: The case of the bookkeeper who forged a will to try to steal an inheritance” will begin at 4 p.m. November 9 at Maceli’s, 1031 New Hampshire St., Lawrence.

The seminar, which is part of the Endowment Association’s Healthy, Wealthy and Wise series, will feature Rachael Pirner, an attorney with the Wichita firm of Triplett, Woolf, Garretson. She will discuss the highly publicized case that included a bookkeeper who tried to inherit millions of dollars that were intended for Fort Hays State University.

A $15 fee will be charged for this seminar, which is open to both legal and financial professionals and community members. Continuing education credits will be available. Joining the LMH Endowment Association in sponsoring the event are Trust Company of Kansas, The Trust Company and the Douglas County Estate Planning Council.

Light refreshments will be served.

To attend, RSVP by November 1 to Caroline Trowbridge, LMH Endowment Association planned giving specialist, at 785-505-3313 or

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