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Advisor Spotlight

For some people, it’s a job. For others, it’s an opportunity to infuse their day-to-day tasks with a passion to help. From this passion, we recognize advisors who encourage and present philanthropic opportunities to clients who are planning their estates and intend to support the fight against cancer.

Eric S. Kane, Esq

Eric S. Kane, Esq

American Cancer Society National Professional Advisor of the Year

Eric S. Kane, Esq. is a member of the Florida Bar who practices in the areas of estate planning, probate and trust administration. Eric has been recognized by Super Lawyers-Rising Stars, “Top Rated Estate Planning and Probate Attorney, South Florida” and the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel as a “Florida Fellow”. Eric frequently lectures on the topics of probate administration and estate planning and authored "What Every Estate Planning Attorney Should Know About Florida Homestead Law" that appeared in the October 2009 edition of Wealth Counsel's Quarterly. Eric participates as a volunteer member on the American Cancer Society’s Nationwide Gift Planning Advisor Council. To date, he has helped to solidify multiple estate gifts to the American Cancer Society, cumulatively valued at $4 Million dollars.

Daniel L. Austin, CLU, LUTCF, FIC

Daniel L. Austin, CLU, LUTCF, FIC

American Cancer Society National Professional Advisor of the Year

Daniel L. Austin, CLU, LUTCF, FIC, has been a wealth advisor for 33 years. His office is located in Johnstown, Colorado, where he specializes in the areas of charitable planning, estate and legacy planning. Daniel is a member of the American Cancer Society Northern Colorado Leadership Council, NPAN and he also volunteers as a Road to Recovery driver. Daniel and his wife are American Cancer Society Champions, helping to save more lives from cancer, as they have designated the American Cancer Society in their estate plans.

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The Impact Donations Make

Multiple Myeloma Survivor Rides for Hope

Jim Bond knows he’s blessed to be alive. 25 years ago he was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, an incurable cancer that starts in the bone marrow. Jim started treatment of an experimental drug funded by the American Cancer Society and was in remission within two weeks. Discover why Jim’s doctor calls him a ‘walking miracle’.

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