Ezria B. “Chuck” Sanders

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Ezria B. “Chuck” Sanders, 83, of Winnfield, passed from this life on Saturday, January 18, 2014. He was born Wednesday, December 31, 1930 in Tullos to the union of his parents, David B. and Loice Sanders. Chuck was retired from the insurance industry after  60 years of service. Graveside services were held at 1 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 21, at the Magnolia Cemetery, just west of Tullos. Interment followed under direction of Southern Funeral Home of Winnfield. He was preceded in death by his parents and six siblings. Survivors include seven children, 15 grandchildren  and 17 great grandchildren. Business Acceleration System, Gary Perkins, will present
the series. This FREE workshop will be divided into three sessions: Is Business ownership the Right Choice? (January 28th 6:00-7:30PM) Perkins will provide practical advice on assessing whether business ownership is the right choice for you. This workshop will also explore where to start, where to look, and what to ask for when considering a potential business. Determining Value (February 4th-6:00-7:30PM) This session will focus on financial management and how to determine whether the business is viable based upon its previous financial performance. It will provide guidance for determining the value of the business, as well as how to identify capital resources to purchase the business. Businesses’ Looking to Sell (February 11th 6:00- 7:30PM) The final series explores options for companies looking to close or sell their business and available resources to assist you through the process. Red River Bank “University” is a series of financial seminars offered to the public free of charge. The seminars are conducted throughout the year and cover a variety  of topics. Topics have included subjects such as Identity Theft, Saving & Investing, Financial Tools, and Understanding Credit. 
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