VOL. 118 | NO. 125 | Wednesday, July 14, 2004
Rhodes Professor Named to Mock Trial Association Board
Crye-Leike Franchises Names New VP
Crye-Leike, Realtors, named Kevin R. Joiner
vice president of national franchise sales and development for Crye-Leike
Franchises Inc. Joiner previously worked as district manager of Universal
Dr. Marcus Pohlmann was named president-elect of the American Mock
Trial Association board. Pohlmann is a professor of
political science at Rhodes College.
Clare Maness was named an accredited buyer
representative by the Real Estate Buyers Agent Council, an affiliate of the
National Association of Realtors. Maness is an affiliate broker with Crye-Leike,
Realtors. She is a member of NAR, the Tennessee Association of Realtors and the
DeSoto County Association of Realtors.
Tim Davies was awarded the Market Manager/General Manager of the Year award for
markets 26 through 100 at the Radio and Records 2004 Industry Achievement
Awards conference. Davies has worked for Clear Channel Radio Memphis for two
Circuit Court Judge Kay Spalding Robilio, Division V, 30th Judicial District, completed
the Dispute Resolution Skills course at the National Judicial College. The
course provides information on the newest methods of conflict resolution.
Participants also learn dispute resolution techniques and participate in
Tom Kavanagh was elected chapter chair of the Service Core of
Retired Executives, or SCORE. This is Kavanaghs
second term as chapter chair. Other officers include Dave Moreau,
Susan Bowen-Lane and Ray Boyd, vice chairs; Dick Jensen,
secretary; and Alan Sawyer, treasurer.
Gov. Phil Bredesen named Houston Gordon to
serve on the board of the Tennessee Education Lottery Corp. Gordon, an attorney
in Covington, Tenn., was chairman of the Tennessee Democratic Party from 1997
to 1999. He received a bachelors degree from the University of Tennessee-Martin
and a law degree from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
Carla Robbins was promoted to assistant general counsel at Methodist Healthcare. Robbins
has worked for Methodist for 15 years.
The University of Memphis will recognize the
following journalism alumni at an October awards dinner: Robert H. Eoff, Gloria Trotter and Judith Kaplan-McCown. Eoff, president and
general manager of WREG-TV and New York Times Broadcast Group divisional vice
president, and Trotter, editor and publisher of The Tecumseh Countywide News,
each will receive a 2004 Charles E. Thornton Outstanding Journalism Alumni
Award. Kaplan-McCown, senior account executive and
marketing consultant at BABER Inc., will receive the Herbert L. Williams Award
for outstanding contributions by a journalism alumnus.
Loretta Hinton was promoted to assistant general counsel at Methodist Healthcare. Hinton
has worked for Methodist for eight years. She provides specialized legal
support for the Institutional Review Board, Physician Research Network, Le
Bonheur Research Committee, Research Oversight Council and all other clinical
David DuBois was elected as the 95th State Commander of the
American Legion of Tennessee. DuBois served in the U.S.
Navy for 20 years. He also has served as a member of the Department of Defense
Transition Assistance Program Coordinating Council and completed a U.S. House
of Representatives internship with the Subcommittee on Benefits.
Echelle Lane Rutschman was promoted to system director of corporate
communications and senior communications officer for Baptist Memorial Health
Care Corp. She has been with Baptist for six years.