April 2022 eBulletin Issue 36


April 2022

Dear Friends,

As I write this message, we are approaching the end of the first month of Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine. Our hearts and prayers are with the people of Ukraine and the surrounding countries directly impacted by the tragedy of war. At the same time, the COVID-19 Pandemic has ebbed in most parts of the world, including our continent. However, we realize the terrible toll the Pandemic has had on so many American and Canadian families, including our ACTL family.
On a far more positive note, over 500 Fellows and guests enjoyed our Spring Meeting at the Hotel del Coronado in beautiful Coronado, California. We experienced cooler than average temperatures but with abundant sunshine. Our Fellows and guests appreciated the speakers, activities, and the collegiality that accompanied every event.
The Executive Committee met on Monday followed by the meeting of the Board of Regents and Past Presidents on Tuesday and Wednesday. There were 90 candidates presented. 71 were approved, 15 declined, 3 continued to the next meeting, and 1 was withdrawn. Of those who were approved, 17 were women and 7 were from the public service sector. The average age was 56, with the highest age being 72, and the lowest 44 years. We continue to make good progress diversifying the College but must remain vigilant in identifying diverse candidates for fellowship and making those candidates who are accepted for fellowship feel welcome in the College.
The Board dealt with a variety of issues, including approval of two working papers from the Advocacy in the 21st Century Committee, “Statement on Virtual Proceedings in the Civil Justice System” and “Remote Proceeding Advocacy” (click here). The Public Defender and Federal Criminal Procedure Committees also recently released a White Paper, “The Effectiveness of Pretrial Diversion in Criminal Cases” (click here). Bloomberg has just published the treatise on electronic evidence prepared by the Complex Litigation Committee (click here). Each of the Regents updated the Board on the State and Province Committees and General Committees for which they act as liaison.
President-Elect Susan Harriman put together a wonderfully informative and entertaining Speakers Program at the Friday and Saturday General Sessions in Coronado (click here for list of presenters and speakers). Fellow Virginia Nelson of Coronado started the meeting with a thoughtful Invocation. The speakers included Justice Martin Jenkins of the California Supreme Court on judicial independence; Sandra Day O’Connor Jurist Award to Judge Barry Williams who received the award for his courage in presiding over trials of multiple policemen following the death of Freddie Gray while in custody; Judges Susan Illston, Joan Lefkow, Jon Tigar, and Barry Williams speaking about violence against judges; Linda Dunikoski and Alan Levine on dealing with the issue of race in trial strategy; Patricia Hebert, Q.C. who received the Beverley McLachlin Access to Justice Award; Ruby Bridges, civil rights icon; Heather Penney about her perspective as a military pilot in the air on 9/11; Ian Kelly and Anna Fretwell who spoke about the kindness of the people of Gander, Canada after 9/11; Jay Kuo about his journey from practicing law to producing and composing for Broadway musicals; Judge Barbara Lynn who received the Samuel E. Gates Litigation Award and spoke about term limits for federal judges; Dr. Daniel Rodriguez about the making and re-making of cities for health; and Kate Murphy about her book “You’re Not Listening.” We encourage you to view the program by signing up here or read about the program in the next issue of the Journal.
The social events were a lot of fun due to the hard work of the National Office. Past President Sam Franklin welcomed the new Inductees and their guests with wonderful remarks at the traditional Saturday Luncheon. The Friday night Beach Party Reception and Dinner was moved inside to the ballroom due to cooler than normal weather. Past President Chilton Davis Varner provided a thoughtful Invocation to start the Saturday evening Banquet and Induction Ceremony. Past President Bart Dalton welcomed the 60 New Inductees with his Induction followed by an inspirational response on behalf of the newly inducted Fellows delivered by J. Ashwin Madia of the Madia Newville firm in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Ashwin is a former Marine and very busy raising five children under the age of six.
The 2022 Annual Meeting of the College will take place September 15-18, 2022, at the Rome Cavalieri Hotel in Rome, Italy. Brochures will be mailed in mid-April and registration opens April 25. This meeting promises to sell out quickly, so we recommend that you sign up early. For more information about the meeting, click here. President-Elect Harriman has assembled another terrific group of speakers and Executive Director Dennis Maggi and our National Office have planned spectacular activities and venues for our meeting.
We are delighted to see that more States and Provinces are planning meetings as the Pandemic subsides. Brett and I look forward to spending time with many of you at these upcoming meetings.


Michael L. O'Donnell
ACTL President

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The College will be in Rome, Italy for the 2022 Annual Meeting. A brochure and registration information will be mailed mid-April and registration opens April 25. Additional information can be found here. Mark your calendars now to join us for this historical destination.

ACTL Podcast: Season Two
New Episodes Airing Thursdays

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Catch all new episodes during Season Two of Trial Tested: A Podcast by the American College of Trial Lawyers every Thursday. Join hosts Amy Gunn, Mike Herring and Dave Paul as they bring you the final three captivating interviews of season two with Justice Marie Deschamps, Pam Mackey and John Keker. 
Download episodes on iTunes, Spotify or your favorite listening app.
ACTL Learning and Resource Center
Earlier this year, the College launched its new, easy-to-navigate catalog of Fellow resources, including teaching videos, past speaker videos, White Papers, committee resources, heritage interviews and more. This system integrates seamlessly into the current website, with single sign-on capabilities, providing a faster, more intuitive way to search for important documents and videos. It also makes it less complicated to locate past National Meeting speaker videos and watch Virtual Meeting Livestreams. We invite you to explore the Learning and Resource Center today.
The American Inns of Court Professionalism Award bestowed the Lewis F. Powell Award for Professionalism and Ethics posthumously on Fellow Leo Bearman Jr. of Nashville, Tennessee. The award recognizes exemplary service to the legal profession in the areas of professionalism, civility and ethics. 
On August 17, New Jersey Fellow Dennis Drasco will be presented with the Frank Dee Award for Outstanding Service at the New Jersey Fellows Annual Gala in East Brunswick, New Jersey.
Texas Fellow Kathy Snapka from was named Trial Lawyer of the Year by TEX-ABOTA, the Texas chapters of ABOTA.
Fellow Paula Fisette Sweeney received the Texas Trial Lawyers' Don Bowen Distinguished Lifetime Service Award in January. The award is named after former ACTL Fellow, J. Donald Bowen, of Houston, who was a Fellow from 1992 until his untimely death in 2000. Don was passionately dedicated to his clients, the rule of law, and the 7th Amendment.

“Everyone makes mistakes. Everyone deserves a second chance.” Mo’ne Davis 

In 2014, Mo’ne Davis, a thirteen-year-old African American girl, dominated the Little League World Series and became the first girl to pitch a shutout in the tournament. But, she deserves at least as much credit for a quote as pitch-perfect as her actual pitches: “Everyone makes mistakes. Everyone deserves a second chance.”
That is the principle on which Clean Slate Utah, the 2022 Emil Gumpert Award recipient, is based. It isn’t enough to have a law, as Utah does, that provides for expungement of certain misdemeanor offenses, often related to personal drug problems, if few people know about the law and some records don’t automatically clear. Enter Clean Slate Utah, established in a breathtakingly beautiful state where one in four residents has a criminal record, with a simple ask: “give someone a second chance.” And Clean Slate Utah’s approach is as straightforward as its mission: Form “a diverse coalition of community-based organizations and directly impacted people,” launch a public education campaign to make people more aware of Utah’s Clean Slate Law, provide support in maneuvering through the expungement process to those who proceed self-represented, and get the stories out there about the real people whose lives will be impacted by this second chance. 
All of this requires funding, of course, which is where the organization and the ACTL would intersect. The ACTL created the Emil Gumpert Award to further one of its core missions: “to maintain and improve . . . the administration of justice.” The ACTL Foundation was founded as the ACTL’s charitable arm to achieve that same critical objective.
It is easy to deceive ourselves that having “paid one’s debt to society” means that the heartache is in the rear-view mirror for our friend, neighbor, or family member who stumbled on life’s rocky path. But, of course, it isn’t that simple. Consider Rachel, for example, whose battle with substance abuse began with an addiction to prescription pain killers, led to heroin addiction, and consummated with the loss of her home, job, and custody of her two children. Despite six years of sobriety, Rachel could not find housing or employment because of her criminal record. The simple act of expungement enabled her to turn her life around: an education at a community college where she was selected as the Graduate of Excellence for the School of Applied Technology and Technical Specialties, and now, employment as a Program Manager for a charitable community home. What was lost is found.
A simple, thoughtful idea can mean so much. The Emil Gumpert Award Committee was pleased to grant the award to this inspiring local group, whose efforts could be readily replicated elsewhere; and the Trustees of your Foundation are equally pleased to provide $100,000 in funding.
Thank you to each of you who helped make this possible.
Joan Lukey,
ACTL Foundation President
State and Province Committees


The Colorado Fellows, along with the Colorado Bar Association, are working with the ACTL Boot Camp Trial Training Program Committee to hold a program on Thursday, May 12. The program will consist of lecturers, demonstrations and panel discussions on all phases of the trial except jury selection. The demonstrations will focus on a real case: the Rosenberg spy case. Faculty consists of ACTL Fellows along with current and former federal and state court judges and justices. On Saturday August 6, the Colorado Fellows will hold their annual Summer Dinner Party which will be a “home game” for College President O’Donnell and Brett.


The state committee is working with the Supreme Court of Delaware on an appellate advocacy program for prosecutors and public defenders to be offered later this spring. In addition to speakers on various aspects of appellate litigation, as part of the program each participant will present a mock appellate argument.


The Florida Fellows are working on a program to make professionalism presentations during law school orientations in the fall.


The state committee will be partnering with Emory, Georgia State, Mercer and the University of Georgia Law Schools to present programs on professionalism to law students this fall.

Downstate New York:

The state committee is partnering with the Federal Bar Council and NITA to provide a trial training program for lawyers interested in handling pro bono matters in the federal courts. This is in conjunction with an effort by the Board of Judges for the EDNY and SDNY to increase the availability of pro bono representation in civil matters. The program will also be used as a mentoring opportunity under the guidance of Former Regent John Siffert, who is leading the College's mentoring efforts. Special thanks to Downstate Chair Rich Strassberg and Vice Chair Mark Cohen.


In February, eight Maryland Fellows volunteered their time to be judges and evaluators for the National Trial Court Competition. This year’s Region 4 event was once again hosted by the American University Washington College of Law and co-sponsored by the College. Boot Camp Trial Training Programs Committee Chair Paul Mark Sandler along with Fellows Harriett Cooperman and Chad Joseph have launched a new 12-month Boot Camp Trial Training Program for new lawyers, co-sponsored by the College and a number of local bar associations in Maryland. The program features monthly 60-75 minute virtual mid-day sessions, each focused on a different aspect of trial preparation and presentation through a faculty of distinguished jurists and Fellows.


The state committee continues planning for the inaugural "Spring Fling" social event on June 10, 2022. The committee is also working on the next installment of their educational program (which has been on hold due to COVID) and are in the process of expanding their volunteer conciliation program to the Superior Courts.

New Jersey:

On April 8-10, the State Committee, along with Delaware and Pennsylvania, will be hosting the 3rd Circuit Regional Conference in Philadelphia at the historic Masonic Temple. Registration is available on the College website. On July 14-15, the Fellows will be hosting its Summer Trial Advocacy Institute in cooperation with the NJ Institute of Continuing Legal Education at the NJ Law Center. Almost 40 Fellows are slated to participate.

North Carolina:

The state committee held its annual meeting in Charleston, South Carolina on March 17 to 20, 2022.


Planning continues for the 3rd Circuit Regional Meeting to be held April 8-10 in Philadelphia at the Masonic Temple. The Fellows continue to develop and present programs to the judiciary statewide in order to assist judges in the completion of their CLE requirements. The next program will cover the subject of digital evidence. Pennsylvania Fellows also were active in serving as judges for the regional phase of the National Trial Moot Court Competition, held February 17-20.


Fellow Jane Bockus gave a presentation to the Bexar County League of Women Voters about the judicial branch of government and the importance of an independent judiciary. Jane's presentation was the result of the program created by the collaboration of the College and the National Association of Women Judges. In December, 60 Texas Fellows met at the Argyle Club in San Antonio for lunch and listened to a stirring pep talk from Past President David Beck.

General Committees

Advocacy in the 21st Century:

The committee had two papers approved at the Board meeting in February, one on the use of remote video in civil proceedings and the other on effective advocacy in remote proceedings which can be found here. The committee will now turn its work to the examination of lessons learned during the COVID pandemic and how those lessons can be used to improve the administration of justice in the civil and criminal justice system. 

Boot Camp Trial Training Programs:

Upcoming Boot Camp Trial Training Programs in Federal Courts: 4/21 Houston (led by David Weinstein and Murray Fogler); 5/4 Miami (led by Celeste Higgins, Anthony Upshaw, Scott Richardson and Curtis Miner), 5/12 Denver (led by Carolyn Fairless), 5/13 Orlando (led by Mark Horwitz). The committee’s first one year – one hour a month virtual boot camp program was launched Feb 10th in Maryland. Over 100 young lawyers attended the introductory session.

National Trial Competition:

The members of the committee are preparing for the upcoming Finals of the National Trial Competition being held in person in Fort Worth, Texas March 31-April 2. During the four weekends of February, committee members helped judge 15 Regional Competitions from which 2 Regional Champions were selected from each Region for the opportunity to compete in the Finals. The Regionals were mostly conducted virtually, although some were conducted in person and one was a hybrid with early rounds done virtually and the later rounds in person. The National Champion will be crowned April 2nd at the banquet. This competition is co-sponsored by the College and the Texas Young Lawyers Association. The Regionals draw on our Fellows from across the country to help judge these law students on their advocacy skills. The committee sends a hearty thank you to all those Fellows who helped judge in February.  

Samuel E. Gates Litigation Award:

The committee met by Zoom on February 14th. This was an introductory meeting for most of the committee which has been recently reconstituted. The purpose was to discuss the Gates Award Application process and to begin to solicit candidates for consideration of this prestigious award. The committee also thanked Judge Skip Dalton for his outstanding work as past Chair of this Committee. Under Judge Dalton's leadership, Judge Barbara M. G. Lynn was awarded the Gates Litigation Award at the 2022 Spring Meeting. The committee is actively soliciting candidates for consideration. Candidates can be either a Judge or lawyer, and do NOT need to be a Fellow, who has made a significant, exceptional and lasting contribution to the improvement of the litigation process. Nominees can be emailed to phickey@hickeyevans.com

Heritage Committee:

There are currently twelve interview assignments to be done by eight Fellows on the committee. Committee members are enthusiastic and enjoy the work of the interviews. Immediate Past Chair Ron McLean is authoring an article for the Journal featuring Judicial Fellow Karen Townsend. Vice Chair Ed Kole is also looking forward to being involved in planning a history presentation for the 75th Anniversary of The College. Anyone who would like to recommend a senior Fellow for an interview should contact Committee Chair Kent Hyde at kent@hydeloveoverby.com

Teaching of Trial and Appellate Advocacy:

The first ACTL Diversity Trial Advocacy Program is re-scheduled for Friday, May 20-22, 2022, in Chicago. The purpose of the program is to help equip that next generation of outstanding diverse trial lawyers so that the lawyers trying cases better mirror the diversity in our society and in our courthouses. A very diverse group of lawyers from across the country is expected to attend. The faculty consists of Fellows who have volunteered their time while Latham & Watkins’ Diversity Leadership Committee is covering the on-site expenses and providing additional support. Nominations for diverse trial lawyer attendees are still being accepted; there is no charge for the program. Please direct questions to Committee Chair Thomas J. Heiden at thomas.heiden@lw.com
The College recognizes extraordinary individuals and their important contributions to the law through the awards described below. A nominator need only submit a letter of support, and the award committee will complete an investigation before deciding whether to recommend the person to the Board of Regents. Please consider nominating a worthy recipient. You may send your letter to nationaloffice@actl.com or directly to the committee chair indicated below.

Beverley McLachlin Access to Justice Award
The Award, named for The Honourable Beverley McLachlin, former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, is to be awarded to a judge or a member of the bar in the United States or Canada, whether or not a Fellow of the College, who has played an exceptional role in creating and promoting access to justice. The Award will recognize innovative measures or extraordinary personal commitment and professional dedication which have enhanced access to justice in the United States or Canada. To view the previous recipient and submit a proposal for the Committee to consider click here.

Sandra Day O'Connor Jurist Award
The Award is to be given from time to time to a judge in the United States or Canada, whether or not a Fellow of the College, who has demonstrated exemplary judicial independence in the performance of his or her duties, sometimes in especially difficult or even dangerous circumstances. To view previous recipients and submit a proposal for the Committee to consider click here.
Thurgood Marshall Equality and Justice Award
The Thurgood Marshall Equality and Justice Award, named for the revered lawyer, civil rights advocate and first Black Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, is to be given from time to time to an individual who has been a champion of justice and equality in all forms, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation or other form. The candidate must possess vision, courage, and fortitude, and must have stood steadfast in the passionate and effective pursuit of equal justice under the law. The inaugural award was presented to the late Rep. John Lewis at the College’s 2021 Annual Meeting in Chicago. To submit a proposal for the Committee to consider click here.

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2022 Annual Meeting
September 15 - 18, 2022
Rome Cavalieri, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel
Rome, Italy

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2023 Spring Meeting
February 23-26
The Ritz-Carlton, Key Biscayne


3rd Circuit Regional Meeting
(Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania)
April 8 to 10, 2022 
Masonic Temple
Philadelphia, PA

Region 6 Regional Meeting
(Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas)
April 22 to 24, 2022 
The Windsor Court Hotel
New Orleans, LA

6th Circuit Regional Meeting
(Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee)
June 3 to 4, 2022
Memphis, TN

Tri-State Regional Meeting
(Alabama, Florida, Georgia)
June 9-12, 2022 (rescheduled from January, 2022)
The Windsor Court Hotel
New Orleans, LA

Northwest Regional Meeting
(Alberta, Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington)
July 7 to 10, 2022
The Hotel Alyeska
Girdwood, AK

Northern California Fellows Dinner
April 28, 2022
Berkeley, CA

Missouri Fellow Meeting
April 29 to May 1, 2022
Ridgedale, MO

Southern California Fellows Dinner
May 6, 2022
Los Angeles, CA

Michigan Fellows Black Tie Event
May 14, 2022
Frankfort, MI
OTHER MEETINGS Please click here for a listing of all upcoming events.
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National Moot Court Competition: On February 4, 2022, President-Elect Susan J. Harriman attended the National Moot Court Competition and served as a judge in the final round. The final panel of judges was a distinguished group, including President-Elect Harriman and Fellow John Gleeson. President O’Donnell was present via a pre-recorded talk to welcome the participants and all those who helped with the competition. The competition began with 144 teams from 110 law schools. Petitioners in the final were Zelpha Williams and Jacob Skolnik of Chicago-Kent College of Law, and respondents were Kayla Schaded and Alicia Mpande of Texas Tech University School of Law. Texas Tech was the 2022 winner of the John W. Davis Trophy and Best Oral Advocate was Alicia Mpande; Kayla Schaded was runner-up.    

south carolina for trip reportSouth Carolina Fellows Meeting: On February 4-6, 2022, the Annual Meeting of the South Carolina Fellows was held at the Montage Resort, Palmetto Bluff, South Carolina. Secretary Richard H. Deane, Jr. attended the Saturday evening reception and dinner. State Chair Paul Gibson, and his wife, Renee, along with Vice Chair Deborah Barbier and her husband, Ralph, hosted approximately forty-five fellows. The total group was over eighty attendees. Earlier on Saturday, Cara Robertson presented “The Trial of Lizzie Borden” which was previously seen at the Annual Meeting in Chicago. The cocktail hour and dinner were very collegial and all were glad to be having activities in person. Regent Moose Phillips, Former Regent Frankie Marion, Judicial Fellow Mary Bader and Judicial Fellow Marvin Quattlebaum were present. Fellow William Hubbard, Dean of the University of South Carolina and former President of the ABA, noted that he was especially proud that the South Carolina Fellows had endowed a classroom at the law school, and stated his appreciation of the close association between the Fellows and the law school.

Utah for trip reportUtah Fellows Dinner: On February 19, 2022, President O’Donnell and Brett attended the Utah Fellows dinner in Salt Lake City. Touring downtown, the campus and the Mormon Temple were highlights of the trip. That evening, State Chair Andrew Morse and wife, Leigh Ann, hosted the event and state committee members were recognized. After a generous introduction by Chair Morse, President O’Donnell spoke to the forty fellows and guests. Current activities of the College, including the first International Trial Boot Camp in London, the Trial and Advocacy Committee hosting free program for lawyers with diverse backgrounds and the Advocacy in the 21st Century’s upcoming release of multiple papers, among others, were summarized. Chair Morse then introduced State Vice Chair Shawn McGarry, who gave a special tribute to recently retired Fellow Dale Lambert.  
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Gale Cup Moot Awards Ceremony:
On March 4, 2022, the Gale Cup Moot Awards Ceremony was held virtually and attended by President Michael L. O’Donnell. Canadian Chief Justice Wagner was interviewed by Fellow Brian Gover. The Chief Justice and his father have both served Canada in multiple roles. Chief Justice Wagner also expressed his views on remote trials. ACTL and the Criminal Lawyers’ Association are both sponsors of the Gale Cup Moot and President O’Donnell thanked the many judges who devoted time making this project a success. President O’Donnell then had the privilege to present the Dickson Medals to the 2022 winners, Shannon Reid and Olivia Moore of the University of Western Ontario in the preliminary round, and to Jacob Gauthier of Universite’ de Montreal in the final round.

Sopinka Cup for trip reportSopinka Cup: On March 19, 2022, President O’Donnell attended the virtual Awards Ceremony of the 23rd Sopinka Cup competition. The Sopinka Cup is the premier trial competition in Canada and is named for Canadian Supreme Court Justice and Fellow John Sopinka. The competition is bilingual (English and French) and the student performances were superb. President O’Donnell spoke to the group virtually and described the College, the process to become a Fellow and offered the website for more information. He also acknowledged Justice Sopinka’s impressive career as a Fellow and Justice. He further congratulated all competitors and recognized the winners. The Best Overall Advocate was Mark Browne of the University of New Brunswick, and the First Place Team was the University of Ottawa.
The College has been notified of the passing of the Fellows listed below. The date after each name notes the year of induction into the College, and the date following the state or province is the date of his or her passing. A tribute to each will appear in the In Memoriam section of a subsequent issue of the Journal.

Howard I. Friedman, ’81, Encino, January 19, 2021
Otis McGee, Jr., ’06, San Francisco, February 16, 2022
Charles W. Rees, ’85, San Diego, February 5, 2022

Dale R. Harris, ’04, Denver, January 16, 2022

Raymond J. Keegan, ’01, Stonington, September 17, 2019

William E. Gary III, ’80, Punta Gorda, February 16, 2021
Stephen H. Grimes, ’71, Tallahassee, September 10, 2021
John M. McNatt, Jr., ’81, Jacksonville, August 22, 2021

A. Montague Miller, ’84, Evans, November 13, 2021

Frederick W. Allen, ’72, Edwards, January 24, 2021
Terry Grimm, ’01, Chicago, January 28, 2022
William J. Harte, ’76, Chicago, November 17, 2021
William V. Johnson, ’85, Chicago, January 28, 2022

Jay A. Charon, ’95, Morgantown, January 21, 2022
Gus Sacopulos, ’82, Terre Haute, October 11, 2021

David L. Foster, ’78, Coralville, December 24, 2021

Carl Stanley Nelson, ’78, Stanley, May 31, 2021
Lee H. Woodard, ’92, Wichita, March 13, 2022

Arthur R. Carmody, Jr., ’78, Shreveport, April 4, 2021

Gene Carter, ’78, Portland, November 17, 2021

Michael M. Monopoli, ’02, Worcester, March 15, 2022

New Jersey
Richard E. Brennan, ’96, Caldwell, March 18, 2022

New York
James J. Hagan, ’82, New York, September 12, 2021
Bernard W. Nussbaum, ’06, New York, March 13, 2022

North Carolina
Martin L. Brackett, ’98, Charlotte, February 9, 2022

John C. McDonald, ’89, Columbus, January 25, 2022

Joe “Mic” Alexander, ’02, Salem, March 14, 2022
Arthur C. Johnson, ’81, Eugene, March 10, 2022

Richard W. Hosking, ’12, Pittsburgh, February 13, 2022

Mark T. Davenport, ’03, Townsend, March 22, 2022
Robert L. Davis, ’85, Nashville, November 26, 2021
Paul R. Leitner, ’82, Chattanooga, May 24, 2021

James W. McCartney, ’78, Houston, September 18, 2021

Richard A. Hollern, ’80, Fitchburg, February 22, 2021