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Frank J. Danzo Jr. (emeritus)
Mr. Danzo is a 1972 graduate of the University of Missouri, School of Law, and was admitted to the Colorado Bar the same year. Prior to entering the private practice of law, he was a Trust Officer for a National Bank, serving as a professional Executor and Trustee.
A member of the Denver Estate Planning Council since 1977, Mr. Danzo has acted as a Resource Consultant on Family Estate Planning and Pre-Retirement for a number of major corporations and groups. In this capacity, he has conducted over 900 seminars for retired and pre-retired employees of Mountain Bell, AT&T, Coors, US West, Public Service Of Colorado, Martin Marietta, Bank One, Wells Fargo Bank, Pueblo Bank and Trust, First Federal, Dain Bosworth, The National Association of Retired Employees, The Colorado Associate of Public Employees, The Colorado Cattleman's Association, The Laplata, Freemont & Pike's Peak County Cattleman's Associations, as well as the Colorado Grange.
Mr. Danzo has also served as consultant for the Alzheimer's Foundation and the Colorado Association of Retarded Citizens, and is a member of the Colorado Bar Association Committee for Legal Problems of the Elderly.
Areas of Practice
- Estate Planning
- University of Missouri School of Law
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Denver Estate Planning Council, Member
- Alzheimer's Foundation, Consultant
- Colorado Association of Retarded Citizens, Consultant
- Colorado Bar Association Committee, Member
Past Employment Positions
- Professional Executor and Trustee, National Bank
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