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116 Senior Counselors Honored at Missouri Bar Annual Meeting

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The Missouri Bar Recognizes “Senior Counselors”

116 Senior Counselors Honored at Missouri Bar Annual Meeting

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – More than 100 attorneys from across Missouri and the nation were honored last month as “Senior Counselors” of The Missouri Bar. The “Senior Counselor” title is bestowed upon lawyers who have reached the age of 75 years or who have been admitted to The Missouri Bar for 50 years. The recognition ceremonies took place during the Opening Luncheon of the 132nd Annual Meeting of The Missouri Bar held on Thursday, September 19, 2013, at the Holiday Inn Executive Center in Columbia.

Those recognized as “Senior Counselors” are as follows (listed alphabetically by city):

Affton – Stephen J. Murphy

Ballwin – Paul B. Hunker, Jr.

Blue Springs – Joyce B. Kerber; Frederick J. Wilkins

Brentwood – Hon. Harvey J. Schramm

Bridgeton – Herbert Wolkowitz

Butler – Harold L. Caskey

Carthage – John O. Phelps

Chesterfield – John J. Barnes, Jr.; Delores M. Berman

Clayton – Charles Lock; David P. McDonald; Carl L. Seltzer; Michael C. Walther

Columbia – James C. Martin; John B. Shewmaker

Fairway, KS – J. Neal Sawyer, Jr.

Harrisonville – Charles E. Hight

Independence – Albert W.L. Moore, Jr

Innsbrook – Hon. William H. Crandall, Jr.

Joplin – James F. DeNeen; Hon. Jon A. Dermott; Hon. Don J. Killebrew; Malcolm L. Robertson

Kansas City – William T. Bernard; Barton S. Blond; James R. Borthwick; Hon. Thomas C. Clark; John C. Craft; Donald A. Culp; Edward M. Dolson; Richard M. Enochs; John J. Hager; Hollis H. Hanover; William A. Jolley; Herbert M. Kohn; John E. Redmond; Hon. Victor M. Rocha; David A. Sawyer; Richard W. Scarritt; Myron E. Sildon; Thomas W. Van Dyke; Hon. Harold Dean Whipple

Ladue – Hon. Barbara A. Crancer

Leawood, KS – John F. Marvin

Lee’s Summit – George L. DeBittetto; William A. Lewis, Jr.; William M. Renfro, Jr.

Liberty – Hon. Michael J. Maloney

Marble Hill – Hon. Kenneth W. Shrum

Mexico – Hon. C.S. Bond

North Kansas City – Sandra P. Ferguson

O’Fallon – Roy W. Strawn

Olathe, KS – Joseph N. Vader

Orrick – Don K. Pettus

Overland Park, KS – Donald F. Martin

Poplar Bluff – John R. Hopkins, Jr.; Clinton D. Summers

Rushville – Hon. Floyd R. Baber

Sedalia – James T. Buckley

Shawnee Mission, KS – David K. Richards

Sikeston – Jim S. Green; Hon. Anthony J. Heckemeyer.

St. Clair – Dupree P. Heard

St. Joseph – Rachel S. Caruthers; Wendell E. Koerner, Jr.

St. Louis – Fred E. Arnold; Francis L. Barkofske; Paul M. Denk; Paul L. Dobberstein, Jr.; J. Roger Edgar; John L. Gianoulakis; Lester H. Goldman; Maurice B. Graham; Frank N. Gundlach; Andrew Hardge; Robert T. Hart; Gary S. Heifetz; Francis H. Kennedy, Jr.; Jerome S. Kraus; William H. Leyhe, III; Walter L. Metcalfe, Jr.; Sandford J. Miller; Hon. Seneca H. Nolan, Jr.; Richard A. Roth; Ivan I. Schenberg; Norman A. Selner; Richard S. Snyder; Murray Stone; Harry F. Swanger; William E. Taylor; Carl A. Wattenberg, Jr.; Harold L. Whitfield; Hon. Melvyn W. Wiesman; James L. Wilson; Walter L. Wittenberg

Ste. Genevieve – Lillian P. Clark

Town & Country – Charles R. Abele; Stanley N. Garber; Paul W. Kopsky; Jerome Wallach

Versailles – Hon. James A. Grantham

Warrenton – Darryl L. Hicks

Warson Woods – David L. Pentland

Wildwood – Edwin P. McKaskel

For individual photos of those in attendance at the luncheon appearing with Chief Justice Mary Russell of the Supreme Court of Missouri and 2012-13 Missouri Bar President Pat Starke, please visit http://www.mobar.org/seniors-2013/index.htm.

The Missouri Bar is a statewide organization dedicated to improving the legal profession, the law and the administration of justice for all Missourians. Created in 1944 by order of the Supreme Court of Missouri, it serves all 30,000 of Missouri’s practicing attorneys. To achieve its mission, The Missouri Bar provides a wide range of services and resources to its members, as well as the media, educators and the citizens of Missouri. To learn more about The Missouri Bar, visitwww.mobar.org.

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