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The Big Easy lures 21 past TEI presidents.

The following past presidents of Tax Executives Institute travelled to
New Orleans in October to help 2004-2005 President Judy Zelisko and
other conference registrants celebrate the Institutes 60th anniversary:

1964-1965    Morris L. Rinehart      Syracuse Chapter
1968-1969    William M. Home         Baltimore-Washington Chapter
1972-1973    Paul L. Dillingham      Southeastern Chapter
1976-1977    G. Maxwell Phillips     Montreal Chapter
1982-1983    Sol Coffino             San Francisco Chapter
1984-1985    L. Wayne Farrell        Virginia Chapter
1985-1986    Charles W. Rau          Wisconsin and Baltimore-Washington
1986-1987    David L. Burn           Toronto Chapter
1988-1989    Larry R. Langdon        Santa Clara Valley Chapter
1990-1991    Michael J. Bernard      Baltimore-Washington Chapter
1991-1992    Reginald W. Kowalchuk   Toronto Chapter
1992-1993    Robert H. Perlman       Santa Clara Valley Chapter
1993-1994    Ralph J. Weiland        Chicago Chapter
1995-1996    Jack R. Skinner         Dallas Chapter
1996-1997    James R. Murray         Portland Chapter
1997-1998    Paul Cherecwich, Jr.    Salt Lake City Chapter
1998-1999    Lester D. Ezrati        Santa Clara Valley Chapter
2000-2001    Betty M. Wilson         Arizona Chapter
2001-2002    Robert L. Ashby         Nashville Chapter
2002-2003    J.A. (Drew) Glennie     Calgary Chapter
2003-2004    Raymond G. Rossi        Santa Clara Vallev Chapter
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Title Annotation:Recent Activities
Publication:Tax Executive
Date:Nov 1, 2004
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