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VOL. 118 | NO. 49 | Wednesday, March 24, 2004

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Goldsmith Honored Posthumously with Lion Heart Award

Goldsmith Honored Posthumously by Youth Villages


The late Elias J. E.J. Goldsmith was honored with Youth Villages 5K Lion Heart Award. Goldsmith, who served Goldsmiths stores, his family business, for 32 years in a variety of positions, was a generous supporter of Youth Villages.


The following associates were recently honored by Crye-Leike, Realtors, for 10 years of service: Cedric Adell, Angela Davis, Catherine Thomas and William Mitchell, Hickory Ridge branch; Judy Wilson, Olive Branch, Miss., branch; Lee Crouch, Tim Lynch, Bonnie Patton, Mary Driver Smith, Randal Smith and Kathryn Taylor, Quail Hollow branch; Willie Mae Alexander, Mack Holt, Sharon Johnson and Thomas McGhee, Whitehaven branch; and Jan Harbor, Crye-Leike Relocation Services-Memphis & Middle Tennessee regions.


Melvin Lewis was named ACE of the Year 2003 for Grand Casino-Tunica by Caesars Entertainment. The ACES awards stand for Associates Celebrating Excellence in Service. Lewis has worked for Grand for seven years. He lives in Tunica, Miss.


Dr. Eric Gottlieb, assistant professor of mathematics and computer science at Rhodes College, received a Fulbright Scholar Award and will travel to Chile to teach and conduct research during the 2004-2005 academic year. Gottlieb earned a bachelors degree from Antioch College and a doctorate from the University of Miami.


Scott Spielberger, Memphis-area franchisee for Budget Blinds, received the companys Diamond Club Award at Budget Blinds national convention in Las Vegas. The award recognized exemplary sales performance in 2003. Spielberger was in the companys top 3 percent.


Crye-Leike, Realtors, inducted the following associates into the companys Hall of Distinction for attaining honors or serving in a leadership role in the last year: Anita Bell, Nancy Carroll, Robert Clay, Tommie Criswell-Jones, Nancy Guy, Jimmie E. Hopson Jr., Kay Jefferies, Jeanene Lawhead, Lynette Magee, Lillian Schneider and Sue Stinson-Turner.


Gov. Phil Bredesen announced the following Memphis-area appointments to state boards and commissions: Kirsten Vande Berg, Massage Therapists Licensure Board; Dr. John W. McCoy, Psychology Board of Examiners, Dean A. Deyo, Tennessee Film, Entertainment and Music Commission; Tim E. Bolding, Tennessee Housing Development Agency; and Rev. Robert E. Jones, Tennessee Human Rights Commission.


George Gordon was selected as NovaCopy Sales Consultant of the Month for February. Gordon graduated from the University of Memphis with a degree in communication and fine arts.


Monique Marchand was named regional food and beverage trainer for Caesars Entertainment. Marchand was formerly manager of Louies Steakhouse at Sheraton Casino, Tunica, Miss. Marchand graduated from Ecole Hoteliere in Clermont-Ferrand, France.


The Tennessee State Board of Accountancy announced that the following individuals successfully completed the November 2003 Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination: Arlington residents Mark A. Jones, Tawni M. Rayman, Angela L. Ruetten, Benjamin H. Hendren and Erica D. Jones; Collierville residents Jennifer L. Johnston, Christopher T. Smith and Jeffrey A. Whitley; Cordova residents Jeffrey L. Garner, Anita S. Goforth, Jeffery D. Lynn, Stephanie S. Robertson and Charles W. Umsted; Oakland resident Kyric J. Tucker; Horn Lake, Miss., resident Amy E. Cox; and Olive Branch, Miss., residents Anthonette Dotson and Frederick J. Shaidnagle.


PROPERTY SALES 57 94 2,713
MORTGAGES 16 37 1,820
BUILDING PERMITS 303 621 6,322
BANKRUPTCIES 138 138 1,115