Lynne Pierson Massie ~ Class of 1960

 

RVing Made Easy - Where'd You Say That Dump Tank Was?

New Book by

Lynne Pierson Massey

Lynne Pierson Massey, Class of 1961, writes, “I, along with my daughter Dana, have published another book. This one is practical tips about using an RV - it is called  "RVing Made Easy - Where'd You Say That Dump Tank Was?" It is very humorous, and while our intent was for new users of an RV, we find that many old timers love it because of all our stories and mishaps. MotorHome Magazine published a very positive review.  If any of the readers are interested in an RV or have an RV, they will love this book.   There is a website where they can check it out and order it … the site is www.rvingmadeeasy.com.

 

Remember to Laugh – Even in the Face of Adversity
 
Lynne Massie is an award-winning speaker, who inspires audiences from all walks of life. Her program, “Remember to Laugh,” reminds audiences that no matter how difficult their challenges, that through hope, humor, and courage, they can achieve a positive outlook, and experience peace and joy in their lives.
 
Join us for our April 15 seminar from Noon to 1 in the conference room at Phoebe Northwest to hear Lynne share five critical keys that transform thinking from “I can’t” to “I can” with wit and humor. Lynne’s motto: “If it is difficult, it takes time; if impossible, a little longer” motivates audiences to do what they thought they could not do.
 
Lynne draws from her years in international business, her encounter with two nearfatal illnesses, and the miracle of having been booked on Pan Am Flight 103 (which blew up over Lockerbie, Scotland) and then making a last minute change in her travel plans to take another flight.
 
As a teenager, Lynne had a rare, life-threatening illness that left her paralyzed and confined to a wheel chair for over two years, only to later spend five years learning to walk again. At the height of her business career, she was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer, which left her with a renewed sense of living.
 
She is the author of the book, “I’ll Be Here Tomorrow – Transforming Tragedy into Triumph.” Her mission is to impact the lives of those affected by cancer or serious illness.
 
The event will take place at Phoebe Northwest, 2336 Dawson Road, starting with bingo at 10:30-11:30 a.m. Our speaker will make her presentation from Noon to 1 p.m. Cost for lunch and one bingo card will be $6. Reservations are required even if you plan to only listen to the free seminar. Deadline to make reservations or to cancel is 5 p.m. Monday, April 7.
 

Lynne is a motivational speaker, living in Spokane, WA and the author of the motivational book, "I'll Be Here Tomorrow – Transforming Tragedy into Triumph”. This is a book about survival and resiliency. It is about dropping our facades and living the life we want before it is too late. And it is about looking into the soul of a cancer patient, their family, and their caregivers. To learn more about the book, visit Lynne’s website at:   http://www.turningpointsuccess.com where you may order the book. Or you may order the book from http://www.amazon.com  - just do a search for Lynne Massie. 

Lynne also publishes an inspirational newsletter called "Motivational Minute". You may see back issues and subscribe on her website (click on her website link above).

Lynne, is also an award winning speaker, drawing from her years as an international business executive and her journey through two near fatal illnesses. Lynne has won multiple awards for her expertise in management from both foreign and US companies. As a corporate General Manager, she was 1 of 25, selected from a field of 7,000 senior executives to participate in a two-year international management program at International Management Development (Lucerne, Switzerland) and Management Center Europe (Brussels, Belgium). She has been internationally recognized for her wisdom coupled with her management expertise.

You may contact Lynne by e-mail or by phoning 1-509-299-7454. All contact information is confidential and email addresses are never revealed outside the organization.

       

 

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