PERSONNEL FILE: 35 lawyers admitted to practice in W.Va.

By The West Virginia Record | May 3, 2012

CHARLESTON -- On April 11, 35 lawyers were admitted to practice law in the State of West Virginia during a ceremony before the Supreme Court of Appeals.

These individuals were admitted after successfully completing the bar examination or by reciprocity.

They are:

* Thomas B. Anderson, Pittsburgh, Pa.

* Robert M. Anspach, Huntington

* Dana Lynn Bacsi, Pittsburgh, Pa.

* Heather Dawn Bailey, Princeton

* Linda B. Beckman, Pittsburgh

* Derek M. Brondou, Pittsburgh

* Meghan M. Cloud, Charlottesville, Va.

* Pamela V. Collis, Pittsburgh, Pa.

* Paul A. Custer, Pittsburgh, Pa.

* Kevin F. DeTurris, Leesburg, Va.

* Edward K. Dixon, Pittsburgh, Pa.

* Lucy R. Dollens, Indianapolis, Ind.

* Brendan M. Doneghy, Charleston

* Christopher M. Dukes, Louisville, Ky.

* Lee Adair Floyd, Charleston

* William Taylor Frankovitch, Weirton

* Eric D. Householder, Morgantown

* Eric Jason Jacobi, Louisville, Ky.

* William Reeder Kenealy, Louisville, Ky.

* Joseph R. Kinser, Martinsburg

* Melanie Dawn Margolin, Indianapolis, Ind.

* Donald Kirk Murano, Sewickley, Pa.

* Cynthia L. O'Donnell, Wexford, Pa.

* Kevin R. O'Malley, Pittsburgh, Pa.

* Daniel L. Rivetti, Pittsburgh, Pa.

* Jeffrey J. Russell, Pittsburgh, Pa.

* Steven L. Snyder, Charleston

* Donald A. Soutar, New York, N.Y.

* Patricia G. Sparks, Morgantown

* Nicholas F. Stump, Grundy, Va.

* Michael W. Switzer, West Palm Beach, Fla.

* Mikaela Dale Torbert, Martinsburg

* Carl R. Wilander, Tampa, Fla.

* Damon B. Willis, Louisville, Ky.

* Rebecca W. Wright, Cincinnati, Ohio

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