Atlanta Section
Life Members
Affinity Group

IEEE LM Luncheon
Our speaker will be David Benoit, who will discuss recent health care reform and how it  affects small businesses and individuals.
David Benoit is a shareholder with the Atlanta law firm of Benoit Diaz LLC, which specializes in employee benefits and related tax law.  Mr. Benoit advises employee benefit plan sponsors and fiduciaries on legal issues affecting employee benefit plan.  Mr. Benoit has over 15 years of experience with all aspects of health and welfare plans, retirement plans, executive compensation, fiduciary compliance and related litigation, and has practiced with top-shelf national legal and accounting firms.
David’ web page is at

Please Note:
If you bring a first-time potential IEEE Life Member to the meeting, your meal will be FREE. 

The menu at Petite Auberge includes the house salad, an entree choice of (1) Chicken Cordon Bleu, (2) Grilled Salmon, or (3) Beef Burgundy Roast,
and dessert choice of
(a) Strawberries Romanoff or
(b) Chocolate Mousse. 
The cost is $19.00 each (incl. tax and tip).

Reservations (and checks) must be received
(with selection of entree & dessert). 
Send your checks with your menu selections
to be received by May 25, 2010

Mail to
Ken Carr, LM Treasurer

6315 River Shore Parkway, NW
Sandy Springs, GA 30328

Our next Life Member luncheon meeting is
Thursday Noon on 27th of May 2010.  Everyone
(not just Life Members) will be welcomed.

The meeting will be at the fantastic

Petite Auberge Restaurant

2935 North Druid Hills Road.
 (Toco Hills Shopping Center)
Atlanta, GA 30329

Our website with items of interest is:

  • Who is an IEEE Life Member?

    • IEEE "Life" status is an automatic process which is based on an individual's membership record to determine if an IEEE member qualifies for Life member status. The member must be at least 65 years of age and have been a member of IEEE or one of its predecessor societies for such a period that the sum of his/her age and his/her years of membership equals or exceeds 100 years. (IEEE Bylaw I-102.2) Members who qualify each year will be notified by mail in the fourth quarter of the qualifying year. "Life" status will be effective on 1 January of the following year. Contact IEEE Member Services if you have any questions regarding your IEEE Life Member status. Life members represent an invaluable repository of personal experiences involving the history of areas of interest to IEEE.
    • NOTE: Life members must return their annual renewal forms to IEEE each year (even though there's no renewal fee).   Otherwise, IEEE will assume they are no longer interested in receiving IEEE publications or correspondence!

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