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Welcome New Members


The American Correctional Association extends a warm welcome to the following members who joined the association between May 1 and June 30, 2017. We are only as strong as our members, and your continued support encourages us to work harder on your behalf.

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ARIZONA -- Misty Barreras, Patty Cruz, Sara Everett, Theresa Gant, Lourdes Hernandez, Roxanne Hill, Selwyn Keane, Alen Mamela, Gloria Mattice, Joe Profiri, Craig Pulsifer, Melissa Wallace

ARKANSAS -- Melissa Loveday, Laurie Weyant

CALIFORNIA -- Victor Allende, Christina Baker, Fredrick Bridgewater, Bruce Cantley, Dale Fetterleigh, Chad Hickerson, Cheryl Larson, Georgina Puentes, Kristie Ramos, Davies Sasere, Justin Stockbridge, Danny Walls, James Walton

COLORADO -- Dave Cotten, Jennifer Guthrie, Tanya Netzel Pena, Raeknakwan Wanapat

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA--Odie Donald, Joshua Markman, Deborah Schult

FLORIDA -- Latonia Adamson, Mykeldine Alcide, Early Allen, Joseph Basting, Edward Bogden, Toni Briggs, Annie Burke, Angela Carden, Kerry Carment, Kenneth Chambers, Ed Colon, Eric Cummings, Sandrika Davis, Pamela Durrance, Ernice Elie, Tausha Evans, Christopher Ferreira, Karen Feuer-man-Murphy, Princess Fortson, Edward Genewick II, Mary Gilliard, Christian Gray, Jonathan Griner, Bruce Hall, Sammy Hill, Richard Hobby, Nicholas Johns, Angela Jones, Rickey Jones, Fritz Joseph, McKenzi Labady, Aubrey Land, Charles Maiorana, Peter McCollum, Steven McCoy, Sandra Miller, Joseph Morales, Larry Murphy, George Novacic, Patrick Orsa, Ryan Parker, Jenny Patrick, Theron Poteat, Angela Prestia, David Randall, Steeve Raphael, Arthur Reese, Tom Reimers, Anthony Resto, Kennedy Robinson, Christian Rubio-Malerva, John Russell, Raleigh Samford, Lowell Sanders, William Sanders, Ann Schlarb, Jeffrey Shields, Keith Showers, Yvonne Small, Sheridan Smith, James Sorrells, Terry Stiller, Justin Tanner, Dwaine Thurman, Joshua Urk, Matilda Veillard, Ronnie Watts, Derek White, Gary Wieborg, Pearl Wilkins, David Willis, Janice Wilson, Paul Young

GEORGIA -- Heather Brooker, Bruce Chatman, Yvette Crawford, Belinda Davis, James Deal, William Delbridge, Allen Dills, Manuel Hudson, David Jones, Donald Jones, Melanie Powell, Shannon Reynolds, Stacy Rivera, Stan Shepard, Bobbie Ticknor, Teresa Todd, Terri Whitfield

IDAHO -- Rona Siegert

ILLINOIS -- Sonya Carney, Johnnie Morgan, Cameron Watson, Thomas Werlich

INDIANA -- Michelle Allen, Scarlett Baker, Giana Bender, Tracy Berry, Harold Counceller, Scarlett Graves, Mark Harmon, Sharon Hawk, Nathaniel Jordan, Erin Lawrence, Cassandra Majors, James Martin, Angie Mucker, Alan Murphy, Brian Snow, Tim Tibbs

IOWA -- Cynthia Dennis

KANSAS -- Lee Abold, William Anderson, Deborah Blake, Paul Engler, Conor Kane, Shannon Meyer, Thomas Williams

LOUISANA -- Kimberly Carr, Sharel Favorite, Nasheka Franklin, Sonya Jackson, Pam LaBorde, Herbert Lewis, Ernest Pothier, Alphonse Reed, Curley Williams Jr., Kimbrely Young

MARYLAND -- David Bezanson, Rene Flowers, Kenricka Gardner, Gennine Hagar, Kevin Hoefs, Gina Honeycutt, John Nattans, Glenn Ray, Carl Stevens, Robin White, Willie Williams

MASSACHUSETTS -- Nicholas Cocchi, William Courchesne, Gemini Murray, Charles Primack, Jeffrey Quick, Jeanne Welsh, Alfred Wood

MICHIGAN -- Michael Clark, Rebecca Cook

MINNESOTA -- Charles Berry ST. …

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