VOL. 117 | NO. 176 | Wednesday, October 1, 2003
(ephotos) Commercial property manager Dan Chancey and commercial
property administrator Donna Palmer of Clark & Clark received
DAs Office Appoints New Prosecutors
The Shelby County District Attorneys Office announced the
appointments of three new prosecutors. Susanna Mead Shea is a new
assistant district attorney for General Sessions Criminal Court Division 7. Pamela
Fleming is a new assistant district attorney for General Sessions Criminal
Court Division 12. Corliss Shaw is a new assistant district attorney for
General Sessions Criminal Court Division 9.
Commercial property manager Dan Chancey and
commercial property administrator Donna Palmer of Clark & Clark
received the designation of real property administrator from the Building
Owners and Managers Institute. To earn the designation, Chancey and Palmer were
required to take courses on the ownership, management and operation of office
and commercial buildings.
The following local women business executives were named
delegates to Executive Women Internationals 56th Leadership Conference in
Denver: Cindy Lynch of Trammell Crow, Kristi Richardson of
Mednikow Jewelers and Henri Vaskin of Deloitte & Touche.
Partners in Public Education announced the addition of the
following board members: Marc Jordan, president of the Memphis Regional
Chamber; Dr. Ric Hovda, dean of the University of Memphis College of
Education; Robert Spence, city attorney; and Frank Jones,
president of Summit Asset Management.
Shirley Pitts was named president of the Memphis
chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction during the groups
annual banquet. Pitts is president of GreenScape Inc. She earned a bachelors
degree from Christian Brothers University. The following NAWIC members also
were elected to leadership posts: Marie Kohn, vice president; Delcie
Duncan, recording secretary; Teresa Kohn, corresponding secretary;
and Beverly Wade, treasurer.
Assistant District Attorney Tom Henderson was
appointed by Shelby County District Attorney General Bill Gibbons as
administrative assistant over five special prosecution units. Henderson will
oversee the Gang Unit, Violent Crime and Drug Task Force, Major Crimes
Prosecution Unit, Fraud and Economic Crime Unit, and Child Protection
Investigation Team. Mike Boyle and Mary Thorsberg were promoted
to administrative assistants and chief prosecutors over General Sessions
Criminal Court and Juvenile Court, a position previously held by Henderson.
Dr. Frederick M. Azar and Dr. William C. Warner
Jr., both of Campbell Clinic, were accepted as active members of the
American Orthopaedic Association. Azar is residency program director at the
University of Tennessee-Campbell Clinic Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. He
also is team physician for the Memphis Grizzlies. Warner is associate professor
at the UT-Campbell Clinic Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. He is chief of
orthopaedics for the Muscular Dystrophy Service and orthopaedic consultant for
the scoliosis and spina bifida clinics, spasticity clinic and St. Jude
Childrens Research Hospital.
First Mercantile Trust announced the following additions to
its marketing staff: Alicia Meese, marketing communications specialist; Amy
Koch, channel marketing specialist for FMTs network of third-party pension
administrators; and Derek Douglas, Web content specialist.
Dr. James H. Beaty, pediatric orthopaedic surgeon and
chief of staff at Campbell Clinic, was elected 2003-2004 president of the
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons Inc. Beaty recently served as president
of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America. He graduated from the
University of Tennessee-Memphis.