It is with heavy hearts that the SES Global Leadership Team (GLT) shares the sad news of the recent death of SES member, Britton Manasco. Anyone who knew Britton remembers his quick wit, kind heart, unique talent, and lasting contributions to the SES. Of his many contributions, Britton was instrumental in the planning and execution of our Dallas conference in 2017, taking on a complicated event, under challenging circumstances, and creating an experience that is now a hallmark of the SES brand. The SES Experience in Dallas elevated conference expectations for an entire industry, demonstrating how high-quality content, embedded learning, and authentic networking can create an inspiring and career-elevating experience for every attendee. Britton helped us build our SES family. He was a trusted advisor to SES leadership and industry leaders, providing strategic advice on all things communications, thought leadership, and member experience. His leadership and guidance drove the excitement, stoked the camaraderie, and laid the foundation for the welcoming environment that continues to drive SES success today.
Please read Britton’s legacy here, please register, and share an incredible Britton Manasco memory—we all have one! He was so much more than his incredible contributions to the SES. He led a large and beautiful life, and SES is blessed to have his focus and talent, even for a short time.
Instead of flowers, gifts, or other tributes, the Manasco family has requested donations, in Britton’s name, to one of his favorite charities, Compassion International. Please visit Britton-Manasco-legacy to make your donation. Support for foster children was a charity near to his heart and one that he dedicated his service.
A memorial service commemorating Britton’s life is at 2:00 p.m. on February 23, 2019, at One Chapel Austin, 5508 W US Hwy 290 Service Rd, Austin, TX 78735. Those interested in attending, please email the number of guests and their names to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 8, 2019.
We all have an incredible Britton Manasco story to tell. Let’s remember him well.