VOL. 125 | NO. 12 | Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Howard Named Prez-Elect Of Collegiate Registrars And Admissions Officers
Kate Howard has been named president-elect of the Tennessee Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.
The Tennessee Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers is a statewide organization for admissions officers and college registrars. Its purpose is to promote the exchange of ideas on higher education in the state.
Howard is assistant director of recruitment and orientation services at the University of Memphis. She is a graduate of the University of Memphis’ College of Education and has been employed at the university for five years.
James B. McLaren, a partner at Adams and Reese LLP, has been named a practice group leader for the firm’s Transactions and Corporate Advisory Services Practice Group. McLaren also is the leader of the Economic Development Practice Team in the Transactions and Corporate Advisory Services Practice Group and is a member of the Public Finance Practice Team. His practice is devoted to economic development, public finance, real estate development, commercial lending and mergers and acquisitions.
Lesia Beach will serve on the planning committee for the Association of Continuing Legal Education Administrators’ 2010 national conference in New York. Beach is the CLE/section director at the Memphis Bar Association.
Karen Shea, owner of Shea Wealth Management, has won designation as a Five Star Professional for the second time. Five Star Professional is a national service award that recognizes professionals based on client satisfaction.
Ron Goldner has completed the CFP Education Program at The College for Financial Planning. Goldner works as a financial planner at Wealth Strategies Group Inc.
Jonathan Tillman has been appointed by Millstone Medical Outsourcing to lead the sales and relationship development effort at its Memphis facility. Tillman will provide management of operations and program development.
Tom Williams has been appointed by Millstone Medical Outsourcing to run the day-to-day operations in Memphis, including loaner kit processing, distribution services, staffing and process improvement duties. Williams formerly was employed as a program manager at Millstone’s facility in Fall River, Mass.
Chris Patterson, an attorney at Wiseman Bray PLLC, has been recognized as a Mid-South Rising Star by Law & Politics in the area of construction litigation. Patterson also maintains a general litigation practice with additional emphasis in banking disputes and commercial litigation.
Mid-South Maternal Fetal Medicine has been awarded a three-year accreditation for its ultrasound department through the American Institute of Ultrasound Medicine.
Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare has recognized its Miracle in Motion award recipients. They are Lula Billingsley, Carol Holmes, Carol Shelton, Lynne Sherer and Jennifer Harper.
Kathy Newsom has joined BenchMark at Southwind LLC Realtors. Newsom specializes in residential properties.
John A. Good, John A. Stemmler and Shepherd D. Tate, members in the Memphis office of Bass, Berry & Sims PLC, have been listed among the “Best 150 Lawyers in the State of Tennessee” by BusinessTN. Good serves on the executive committee and practices in securities offerings and other corporate finance matters, mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance. Stemmler is managing partner of the Memphis office. He practices in commercial transactions and real estate practices and corporate and securities practices. Tate concentrates in securities litigation, arbitration and compliance areas.