Planning for the future
The South Huron Community Fund is pleased to announce its 2019 Spring Speaker Series “Planning for the future” in partnership with Little Masson & Reid and Haskett Funeral Homes. In the spirit of giving, this FREE event is offered to individuals seeking advice on how to maximize the value and potential benefit of their estate.
“Our organization is approached all the time by caring individuals in our community looking to contribute to its long-term benefit,” said Tom Prout, Chair. “We’re proud to work with Little Masson & Reid and Hasket Funeral Homes to host a session that answers questions about planning for the future.”
Whether the questions relate to interest in making contributions to a favourite community charity or simply achieving peace of mind, this session is designed to serve local residents of South Huron.
“If you’ve been wanting to have a conversation about planning for the future, this is your opportunity,” added Prout. “Let’s talk about it together.”
When: Wednesday, April 24th, 7:00 – 8:00 PM
Where: Youth Centre, 125 John St. West, Exeter
For Details: Tom Prout, 519-235-0389
Estate Planning: The Will to Avoid Unnecessary Expenses
Join Cheryl Masson for a short seminar on how to avoid costly expenses for your estate by planning ahead and setting up a will. Cheryl was born and raised in Fergus, Ontario. She earned her undergraduate degree in political studies at Queen’s University and her law degree at Osgoode Hall Law School. Cheryl was called to the bar in 1992 and began her law practice in Exeter in 1993 with the firm Little & Grant. Her husband, Dave Reid, joined the firm in 1995.
Cheryl’s practice is focused on the areas of real estate law, corporate law and wills and estates. Cheryl serves on the Board of the South Huron Community Fund, the South Huron Community Theatre and the Exeter United Church. In her spare time, she enjoys singing, theatre, golf and curling.
Born and raised above his family’s business, Colin Haskett weighed all career options before declaring his intentions to become a funeral director at the age of 4. With his deep passion for funeral service, Colin has constantly worked to better understand and expand his role. Over the years he has learned the skill of monument engraving, taken Crematorium Operator training, designed numerous websites, and has enjoyed more frequent public speaking. As a father of three he can easily be found at the arena, funeral home, or snowmobile trail.
The South Huron Community Fund is non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the long-term needs of our region. Comprised of community volunteers, our organization helps individuals and businesses achieve their giving goals. Due to their experience, commitment to projects in South Huron and for administration efficiency, the South Huron Community Fund operates as part of the Grand Bend Community Foundation. As a registered charity, the Foundation can issue tax deductible receipts to donors. Follow us on Facebook @SouthHuronCommunityFund.