Gov. Crist makes JNC appointments

first_img Gov. Crist makes JNC appointments November 1, 2008 Regular News Gov. Charlie Crist recently made the following appointments and reappointments to the judicial nominating commissions: First Circuit JNC • Jarl “J.T.” Young, 47, of Pensacola, regional chief information officer for Southern Company Services, reappointed for a term beginning September 29, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Sally B. Fox, 50, of Pensacola, managing director for Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon, succeeding Drew Pinkerton, appointed for a term beginning September 29, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Susan N. Marks, 36, of Pensacola, attorney and partner with McConnaughhay Duffy Coonrod Pope and Weaver P.A., succeeding Patricia Tolbert, appointed for a term beginning September 29, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. Second Circuit JNC • Jose B. Lorenzo Jr., 46, of Tallahassee, attorney and policy director for the Florida Department of Education Office of Student Financial Assistance, reappointed for a term beginning September 29, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Elizabeth R. Bevington, 60, of Lamont, attorney and partner with Holland & Knight LLP, succeeding Elaine Duggar, appointed for a term beginning September 29, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Carlos A. Rey, 29, of Tallahassee, assistant attorney general for the Office of the Attorney General, succeeding Kim Bertron, appointed for a term beginning September 29, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. Third Circuit JNC • Angela M. Cancio, 53, of Live Oak, attorney and partner with Cancio & Romagnolo P.A., reappointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Oscar “Trey” Howard III, 34, of Perry, self-employed attorney, succeeding Cary Hardee III, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Michael Shawn Jackson, 37, of Mayo, self-employed dairy farmer, succeeding Elizabeth Porter, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2011. • James E. Willingham, Jr., 56, of Jasper, self-employed attorney, succeeding Robert Jordan, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. Fourth Circuit JNC • Joseph W. Prichard, 61, of Jacksonville, attorney with Moseley Prichard Parrish Knight & Jones, reappointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Charles Wayne Alford, 65, of Jacksonville, attorney with Alford Law Group P.A., succeeding Angela Corey, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • David L. Valentine, 55, of Jacksonville, president of Valentine Bonding, succeeding Terrence James, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. Fifth Circuit JNC • Robert J. Corcoran, Jr., 45, of Inverness, self-employed attorney, succeeding H. Randolph Klein, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Julia R. Law, 54, of Groveland, attorney with Roberts & Law P.A., succeeding Jeannette Haag, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Patricia T. Sokol, 63, of Clermont, executive director of Marion County Children’s Advocacy Center Inc., succeeding Lisa Herndon, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. Sixth Circuit JNC • Peter N. Meros, 61, of St. Petersburg, attorney and president of Meros Smith Lazzara & Olney P.A., reappointed for a term beginning September 29, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Thomas D. Masterson, 58, of St. Petersburg, attorney and president of Masterson Law Group P.A., succeeding Joshua Magidson, appointed for a term beginning September 29, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Joseph M. Triolo, 50, of St. Petersburg, rehabilitation officer for Housing and Community Development for the City of St. Petersburg, succeeding Tamara Dudley Irvin, appointed for a term beginning September 29, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. Seventh Circuit JNC • Danny B. Berenberg, 64, of Ponte Vedra Beach, managing partner of Giftcounsel.com, succeeding Maureen Christine, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Michael H. Lambert, 59, of Ormond Beach, self-employed attorney, succeeding Sean Daly, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Allison Morris, 43, of DeLand, attorney for the Office of the Attorney General Criminal Appellate Division, succeeding Michael Lambert, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. Eighth Circuit JNC • Marcia A. Davis, 49, of High Springs, attorney and partner with Bice Cole Law Firm P.L., succeeding Elizabeth Zettler, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2011. • Paul A. Donnelly, 44, of Gainesville, attorney and partner with Donnelly & Gross P.A., succeeding Rose Mary Treadway, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Emery A. Gainey, 49, of Gainesville, director of Law Enforcement Relations and Victim Services for the Attorney General of Florida, succeeding Robert Woody, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2011. • Richard M. Knellinger, 59, of Evinston, president of Richard M. Knellinger P.A., succeeding Leonard Ireland, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Andrew P. Smith, 46, of Raiford, correctional officer captain for Florida State Prison, succeeding Maritza Arroyo, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2011. • Steven J. Willis, 55, of Gainesville, law professor at the University of Florida, succeeding Avery Roberts, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. Ninth Circuit JNC • Patrick T. Christiansen, 51, of Orlando, shareholder and partner with Akerman Senterfitt, succeeding Wayne Helsby, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • W. Bruce O’Donoghue, 53, of Orlando, president and chief executive officer of Control Specialists Company, succeeding John Stemberger, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. 10th Circuit JNC • John Marc Tamayo, 39, of Bartow, attorney for Valenti Campbell Trohn Tamayo & Aranda, succeeding Billy Ready, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Cassandra L. Denmark, 43, of Lake Wales, director of legal affairs for Polk County Sheriff’s Office, succeeding Gregory King, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Melodie Johnson-Lopez, 39, of Winter Haven, shareholder and attorney with Colon & Lopez P.A., succeeding John Marc Tamayo, appointed for a term beginning October 14, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. 13th Circuit JNC • S. Cary Gaylord, 61, of Lutz, attorney and partner with Gaylord Merlin Ludovici Diaz & Bain, succeeding Richard Bradford, appointed for a term beginning September 29, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Edward W. Gerecke, 51, of Tampa, attorney with Carlton Fields P.A., succeeding William Jung, appointed for a term beginning September 29, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Bing Charles W. Kearney, 52, of Tampa, owner of Kearney Construction Company, succeeding Steven Oscher, appointed for a term beginning September 29, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. 15th Circuit JNC • Edward L. Artau, 44, of Boca Raton, senior attorney for the South Florida Water Management District, succeeding Kathleen Kozinski, appointed for a term beginning September 29, 2008, and ending July 1, 2011. 17th Circuit JNC • Georgina “Gina” Pozzuoli, 45, of Ft. Lauderdale, self-employed attorney, mediator and arbitrator, reappointed for a term beginning October 2, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Belinda M. Keiser, 58, of Parkland, vice chancellor of community relations and student advancement for Keiser University, succeeding Walter Morgan, appointed for a term beginning October 2, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012. • Terrence Patrick O’Connor, 50, of Lighthouse Point, attorney and partner with Morgan Carratt and O’Connor P.A., succeeding Ileana Almeida, appointed for a term beginning October 2, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012.center_img Gov. Crist makes JNC appointmentslast_img

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