Over 200 people attended the third annual Symposium of the Ruth Frost Parker Center for Abundant Aging at Marriott Columbus University Area. The Symposium featured education and discussion on end-of-life issues, said Rev. Beth Long-Higgins, executive director of the Parker Center. The keynote speaker was Dr. Ira Byock, a leading palliative care physician, author and public advocate for improving care through the end of life. The afternoon panel consisted of David T. Ball, Dr. Asma Mobin-Uddin, Rabbi Wendy Unger and Lama Kathy Wesley, who shared interfaith perspectives on end-of-life care. The panelists represented the Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Buddhist faiths, respectively.