VOL. 117 | NO. 118 | Wednesday, June 18, 2003
Khara Woods was the 2003 recipient of the John Paul Jones Journalism
Khara Woods was the 2002-2003 recipient of the John
Paul Jones Journalism Scholarship at the University of Memphis. Woods, a
21-year-old senior journalism major, is the arts and entertainment editor of
The Daily Helmsman. She said she is interested in working with the artistic
aspects of newspapers, such as design.
Dr. Marty Carr, Methodist Healthcare chief of
emergency services, received the Silver Beaver Award for outstanding volunteer
service from the Boy Scouts of America Chickasaw Council. Carr is an assistant
scoutmaster of Troop 34, medical staff member of both the National Scout
Jamboree and the Kia Kima Scout Reservation and a member of the Council Camping
Committee. He also coordinates physicians who provide free physicals to
Chickasaw Council Scouts going to summer camp.
James F. Butler was appointed by Gov. Phil Bredesen
to fill the vacant seat in the 26th Judicial District that includes Madison,
Henderson and Chester counties. He succeeds Chancellor Joe Morris, who died
April 27 following a heart attack. Butler is a senior partner in the law firm
of Spragins, Barnett, Cobb & Butler in Jackson, Tenn. He is a retired
colonel in the Judge Advocate General Corps and a former member of the
Tennessee Army National Guard. He earned a bachelors degree from Lambuth
University and a law degree from the University of Tennessee.
Jeanette Hollowell was awarded a certified premier
properties specialist designation from Crye-Leike Inc. Hollowell works in
Crye-Leikes Olive Branch, Miss., office. The award is given to real estate
agents who show excellence in marketing higher priced and estate properties in
the Memphis area.
Gov. Phil Bredesen made the following appointments to
Tennessee boards and commissions: Dr. Phyllis Weaver, a pharmacist from
Memphis, to the public health council; Mike Pearson, a farmer from
Jackson, to the West Tennessee River Basin Authority; and Tabitha Dean,
a University of Memphis student from Cordova, to the Tennessee Commission on
Children and Youth.
Jerry Corless, a financial planner with
Strategic Financial Partners, earned the certified financial planner
designation. He met rigorous professional standards based on education,
examination, experience and ethics in earning the designation.
Michael Kyle was named West Tennessee Association of
Middle Schools 2003 Principal of the Year. Kyle has been the principal at
Wooddale Middle School, 3467 Castleman St., since 1998. He has been in the
Memphis City Schools as a teacher and administrator for 25 years.
Crye-Leike Inc. announced the following affiliate brokers
joined during first quarter 2003: Trey Hayden III and Bill Schrader at
Crye-Leike Commercial; Nancy Liebbe, Elizabeth Marchisio, Christine
W. McBee, Suzanne Walls and William G. Whitman III at the
East Memphis branch; Rick S. Baer, Georgianne Daws, Lynda Gray,
John Paulsen, Eloise J. Phifer, Derek Shaw and Dennis
Wozniak at the Germantown-Exeter branch; Cathy L. Connolly, Norma
Donati, Robby Martin, Polly K. Sayres and Cheryl Spatig
at the Germantown-Poplar branch; Alvin E. Clark, Tonya Covington,
Constance Davis, Marion Haynes and Dianne Johnson at the
Hickory Ridge branch; Maggie Armstrong, Brenda Bailey Blakley, Kimberly
Cornish, Susan Edwards, Ann Haynes, Jenny Hollowell, Henry
Maddox and George A. Wagner at the U.S. Highway 64-Houston Levee
branch; Denise A. Ali; Paulette Armour, DeShon Ewan, Mike
Jones, Donna Kelly, Patricia B. Lichterman, James C. Penny,
Joe Renick, April S. Sanders, Bob Schubert and Caron D.
Watkins at the Quail Hollow branch; Shirley Dozier, Berna D.
Hillary, Gerry L. Matthews, Dora McGraw and Betty W. Tate at
the Whitehaven branch; SirCrease D. Brooks, Stanley Engelberg, Theresa
Freudenberg, Davy (Lee) Hale, Carla B. Hamilton, Thomas
Hubbard, Tracye Lynn Peterson, Eric M. Stark and Vivian C.
Watson at the Midtown branch; and Timothy Boone, Billie
Edith Bryant, Paula Herron, Louise McBride, Tammie Miller
and Mark S. Taylor at the Millington branch.
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