301 Take Oath of Admissions to Practice Law in Oklahoma

By Carter, Kim | THE JOURNAL RECORD, October 18, 1986 | Go to article overview

301 Take Oath of Admissions to Practice Law in Oklahoma


Carter, Kim, THE JOURNAL RECORD


A total of 301 applicants who passed the Oklahoma Bar Examination in July were sworn in as members of the bar Wednesday.

Of the 371 applicants, 312 passed the exam, but 11 of those applicants must complete other requirements prior to being sworn in to practice law in Oklahoma. The oath of admissions was administered by Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Robert D. Simms at St. Luke's United Methodist Church.

New members of the Oklahoma bar who are residents of Oklahoma City include:

Joseph Thomas Acquavia Jr., Angela Della Ailles, James Leland Bentley, Colleen O'Brien Bishop, Vickie Leigh Bledsoe, Clay Preston Booth, David Anthony Branscum, Michael Wayne Brewer, Margo Mary Miller Brown, Linda Jene Burgess, Timothy Donald Cain, Cynthia Diane Calibani, Marian J. Carlson;

Dennis Albert Caruso, Frank Victor Cooper, Jack Wallace Coppedge II, Lisa Kae Cosentino, Donald Eugene Crane, Dawn Marie Cruickshank, Thomas J. Daniel IV, Daniel Monty Dellumo, Stephen Neal Deutsch, John Michael DeYong, Christopher Jay Dodson.

David Brian Dykeman, Rand C. Eddy, Diane Louise Eyler, Michael Edward Fisher, Robert Tilghman Frantz, George E. Gibbs, Sarah Lee Gossett, Darren D. Graff, Joe Michael Hampton, Gregory H. Haubrich, Aletia Carole Haynes, Susan Annette Moebius Henderson, Martha Lyon Hildebrand, Albert John Hoch Jr., Joseph P. Hogsett, Cathy Sue Hood, Dixie Lynn Imel, John McClellan Jacobsen, Adam James Jeffrey, Janet Lynn Jones, Jeffrey Paul Jordan, Barton Samuel Levy, David Neil Livingston, James M. McCoy.

Carol Jane Connor McKiddy, Timothy Merryl Melton, Robert Anthony Michael, David Allen Miley, John Edward Miley, Mary Nelson Mott, Susan Lynn Nieser, Wanda Lee Ninemire, Thomas Richard O'Carroll, Brenda Elaine Oldham, William Keith Orendorff, Michael Robert Perri, Mary Rita Quinn, Marjorie Ann Revah, David Curtis Rex, Kathlyn A. Rhodes, Pamela Neal Robertson, Kurt Maguire Rupert, Mark A. Schneider, Jay Lucas Schniederjan, Susan J. Sims-Kimsey, Katherine Bailey Smith, Cynthia Jane Spencer, Matthew L. Standard.

Stephn Lee Sullins, Todd Taylor, Elizabeth Louise Thompson-Hay, Christopher Alan Tytanic, Margaret Lee Van Schoick, John Edmund Vitali, Janice Evelyn Walters, Beverley Quarles Watts, Mark Lawrence Weintrub, Vonda L. Wilkins, C. Mark Williams, and James Albert Wirz.

Norman members include:

Cynthia Colleen Antwine, David James Batton, Ronald Wayne Bittle, Thomas Jeffrey Blalock, Traci Dawn Brown, Jeffery Harley Bryant, Gregory Albert Castro, Kenneth Glenn Cole, Teresa Stanton Collett, David Bryan Custar, Forrest James Danley, Mark Eugene Danley, Mark Eugene Duvall, Mark Steven Edmondson, Tracy Lyon Foor, Ruth Rockwell Furman, Johnny Ray Gaines, Jose Gonzalez, Sally A. Hasenfratz, Daniel Edward Holeman, Mary Ann Hooten, Denise Howard, Sandra Dianne Howard, Kenneth James Irwin, Timothy Patrick Kelly.

Gretchen Zumwalt Kennedy, Robert Dale Kimsey, Robert Stevens Lafferrandre, Pamela J. Lapp, Janice D. Loyd, Perry Thomas Marrs Jr., James Richard Martin Jr., Suzanne Savae McClain, Bradley Joe McClure, Robert Park Medearis Jr., Mark Andrew Morrison, Phillip Lynn Nelson, Cindee Pichot, Anne Catherine Pittman, Richard A. Pizzo, Robert Lee Rainey, Marianne Shimanek Ratliff, Celia Ann Rooney, Steven Ray Scott, Joseph Michael Sherrod, Julianne Clare Simpson, G. Thorne Stallings Jr., Janet Elizabeth Stewart, Wendell Blair Sutton, Michael Marion Sykes.

Mark Edward Truex, Mark Devery VanLandingham, Joseph Walters, John Christopher Warrener, Joe R. Watkins, Cecilia Allison Welch, William H. Whitehill Jr., and Noel Ancil Wyatt.

Tulsa applicants who passed the bar exam are:

Paula J. Alfred, Raymond Sanders Allred, Michael Thomas Bass, Jann Shaw Bayliss, Kirsten Ingrid Bernhardt, William G. Bernhardt, Kevin Dwayne Berry, Susan Treat Birnie, Joel Dean Bloom, Bruce Charles Brown, Julie Griffith Buckley, Randolph D. …

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