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VOL. 118 | NO. 54 | Wednesday, March 31, 2004

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Nashville Attorney Appointed to 30th Judicial District

Attorney Appointed to 30th Judicial District

Nashville attorney Donna M. Fields was appointed to fill a position in the 30th Judicial District, Circuit Court Division 7, replacing recently retired Judge Robert Lanier. Fields has worked in solo practice, primarily in civil trial law. She earned a bachelors degree in biology from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and a law degree from the University of Memphis.


Jeffrey L. Harbin joined Ison & Decosimo CPAs and Consultants LLP as a staff accountant. Harbin previously worked at a Denver accounting firm. He graduated from the University of Memphis.


Judy Snyder was named ACE of the Year 2003 for Ballys Casino by Caesars Entertainment. The ACES awards stand for Associates Celebrating Excellence in Service. Snyder has worked for Ballys for eight years. She lives in Clarksdale, Miss.


1st Trust Bank announces the following promotions: Andrea Echols was named vice president and community reinvestment and market manager for the Whitehaven branch, and Jenny Herman was promoted to assistant vice president and internal auditor.


The commissioner of tourist development for Tennessee named Phyllis Qualls-Brooks assistant commissioner for marketing. She recently served as director of public relations at Tennessee State University. Brooks earned a bachelors degree from the University of Southern Mississippi and a masters degree from Tennessee State University.


Brad Haynes was hired as a graphic designer for Signature Advertising. Haynes previously worked for Liquid Advertising in Pacific Palisades, Calif. He earned a bachelors degree in advertising and graphic design from Pepperdine University.


Wes Williams was hired as a programmer for Streamline Direct. Williams previously was a Java programmer for DeSoto Systems Inc. He is studying information technology at the University of Memphis.


The Tennessee State Board of Accountancy announced that the following Memphis residents successfully completed the November 2003 Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination: Kenneth S. Anthony, Joann M. Bayer, Eric G. Beaupre, Martha F. Boswell, Judy A. Buckley, Alecia R. Clark, Jeffrey W. Crumpley, Anthony Dibenedetto, Keith File, Laurie M. Gore, John C. Granger, Mark A. Grishman, Misty L. Hicks, Benjamin H. Hilton, Aubrey C. Holder, J. Ryan Kelley, Michael K. Kennedy, Marjorie V. Levy, Paul E. Lucchesi Jr., Adelya Nazarova, Matthew B. Still, Deborah L. Taylor, Kirk J. Taylor, Michael L. Thompson, Russell J. Touchet II, Tracy L. Watson and Laura D. Willis.


Brian Eby was named vice president of operations at Sheraton Casino, Tunica, Miss. Eby was director of slot operations for Sheraton Casino. He earned a bachelors degree in finance from New Mexico State University.


Aaron Hahn was named assistant food and beverage director for Grand Casino Resort, Tunica, Miss. Hahn previously worked as beverage manager for Sheraton Casino, Tunica. He earned a degree in finance and management from the University of Davenport, Mich.


Jim Martin received the designation of real property administrator from the BOMI Institute. Martin is a real property manager with Clark & Clark Associates. He has been with Clark & Clark for 33 years.


Crye-Leike, Realtors, honored the following sales associates with the certified premier properties specialist designation: John Criswell, Arlington branch; Cheryl Lamghari, Cordova branch; Billye Bryan, Germantown-Poplar branch; Landis O. Foy Jr., Jeanette Hollowell and Larry Webb, Olive Brach, Miss., branch; and Dick Leike, founder and president of Crye-Leike.


PROPERTY SALES 124 481 17,865
MORTGAGES 127 530 20,565
BUILDING PERMITS 195 891 36,836
BANKRUPTCIES 52 262 11,426