VOL. 117 | NO. 60 | Wednesday, March 26, 2003
George T. "Buck" Lewis
George T. "Buck" Lewis, a shareholder in
the Memphis office of Baker, Donelson, Bearman & Caldwell, recently was
elected to represent the Ninth Congressional District on the Tennessee Bar
Association board of governors. Lewis focuses his practice on business, health
care and class action litigation. He has served for the past two years as chair
of the Tennessee Bar Association's operations committee. Lewis is the new
director of the Memphis Bar Foundation.
Pam Malone joined Network Communications Inc.s
Apartment Finder/Blue Book magazine as Central and Northeast regional director.
Malone has more than 15 years experience working in the multi-housing
advertising industry. She was a national account manager for Homestore Inc.
From her office in Memphis, she will direct the Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
Kentucky, Alabama and Tennessee Apartment Finder/Blue Book markets.
Jay Myers, Interactive Solutions Inc. president, is
the new director of the Better Business Bureau of the Mid-South. BBB officers
for 2003 are Robert Gordon of Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp.,
chairman; Hal Lansky of Lansky Brothers of Memphis, first vice chairman;
Gary Dinstuhl of Dinstuhls Candies, second vice chairman; Bob
Hamilton of XMC Inc., secretary; and Rebecca Garland of Memphis
Light, Gas and Water, treasurer. Randy Hutchinson is BBB president and
chief executive officer.
Dr. Carl Halford, a professor of electrical and
computer engineering at the University of Memphis, was selected as a fellow in
the International Society for Optical Engineering. He earned a doctoral degree
from the University of Arkansas.
Stewart G. Austin Jr., Kevin C. Cox and Melody W.
Oliver became members of the law firm Glankler Brown. Austin concentrates
his practice in commercial real estate and secured lending. He earned a bachelors
degree from Texas Christian University and a law degree from the University of
Alabama. Cox concentrates his practice in business transactions, estate
planning, trust, probate taxation and general business law. He earned a
bachelors degree from the University of Alabama and masters and law degrees
from the University of Memphis. Oliver concentrates her practice in real estate
and secured lending. She earned a bachelors degree from Ouachita Baptist
University and a law degree from the University of Arkansas.
Willie L. McClain is the new realty officer for the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Memphis District. A Hernando, Miss., native,
McClain joined the Corps in 1975. He earned a bachelors degree from
Paula Spears was selected for the position of
administrative director of professional practices and advancement at Methodist
Healthcare. Prior to joining Methodist, she was quality improvement manager at
UT-Bowld Hospital. She earned a bachelors degree at the University of Memphis
and masters and doctoral degrees at the University of Tennessee, Memphis.
Robin H. Rasmussen has joined the law firm Apperson,
Crump & Maxwell as an associate. For the past nine years, she has practiced
labor and employment law, representing management. She earned bachelors and
law degrees from the University of Memphis.