One of the founding pioneers of the financial planning profession will be honored posthumously at the FPA's annual conference in Seattle next month.

Lynn Hopewell, who died in 2006 at the age of 68, had a "lasting impact" on the profession through his popularization of certain financial modeling techniques as well as other contributions to the Journal of Financial Planning, the FPA said in a statement.

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