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195 students pass February 2012 Indiana bar exam

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May 23, 2012
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The Indiana Lawyer congratulates the individuals listed below on passing the February 2012 bar exam. Many of these young and aspiring lawyers, along with several who passed the bar exam in July 2011, participated in the Indiana Supreme Court Admission Ceremony held May 14, 2012, in Indianapolis.

Joseph Damien Ackerman

Khalid Abdullah AlAseeri

Steven Joseph Alvarez

John Nicholas Amatetti

Angela Nicole Aneiros

Gerald William Askew

Lara Beth Aziz

Travis Wayne Baxter

Whitney Kristine Beck

Robbin Lynn Benko

Adam Lawrence Benson

Courtney Ann Benson-Kooy

Ryan McShay Beuoy

Marcie Ann Bjork

Lori Sheree Blackford

Jonathan Michael Boguth

Kele Michelle Bosaw

Justin John Brandt

Aftin R. Brown

Kyle Garrett Bumgarner

Leah Renee Burris

Leah Faye Campbell

Jennifer Ann Carnes

Nataly Carrasco

Andrea Michelle Castetter

Justin Kent Clouser

Timothy Alan Coe

Cody Philip Cogswell

Samuel Kenneth Conrad

Whitney Nicole Cooper

Bridget Aileen Coraz

Joel Benjamin Cornfeld

Veronica Marie Corsaro

Valerie Anne Cowan

Jacob Wayne Crouse

Joseph Rhys Dages

Paul Leland Reese Danielson

Lindsay Ann Davenport

Philip Ross Davis

Jeremy Daniel Davitz

Edward Andrew DeVries

Mallory Catherine Deckard

Brandon Rody Dickinson

Jessica April Dickinson

David Michael Dirr

William Arthur Dummett

Jennifer Elaine Ebling

Conrad Troy Elliott

Tracey Ellen Jane Farnsworth

Heather Lynne Fox

Jamie Christine Franklin

Daniel Edwin Fuchs

Kyle David Gaddis

Jonathan William Garlough

Elizabeth Anne Genova

Nicole Marie Giorgi-Tsahas

Daniel Anton Gohdes

Ashley Rhea Gosnell

Joseph Daniel Gridley

Stephen Carl Grothouse

Emily Meyer Gruener

Marc Andrew Halata

Sarah Rees Hamilton

Taylor McCoy Hamilton

David Lawrence Haney

Christopher Ryan Hansen

Ashley Ann Hanson-Grimes

Dean Haritos

Elizabeth Ann Harmon

Matthew Wayne Harris

Stephanie Leigh Heim

Jeffrey Brock Herr

Brian Joseph Hindman

Rebecca Christine Hollenberg

Wei-Chung Huang

Jordan Summer Huttenlocker

Leah Jean James

Lydia K. Johns

David Michael Johnson

David Michael Kacmarik

Mary Louise Kandyba

Courtney Suzann Karamanol

Henry Maxwell Kelln

Ashlee Michelle Kestler

Talha Khan

Joshua Raab Klasic

Amanda Kathryn Kleihege

Amy Lee Williams Kluesner

Angelus Theodore Kocoshis

Joel David Koerner

Kevin Michael Kolbus

Katelyn Marie Kooy

Christopher Allen Kozelichki

Alexandria Shaheen Krapf

Christina Nicole LaCroix

Emily Christine Lamb

Thomas Conor Larkin

Douglas Michael Lash

Terence Ralph Laux

Thomas Michael Lawson

Karina Leventul

Richard Claude Libert

Ashley Nicole Lindenmier

Thomas Frank Little

Melinda Kay Mains

Amber Rose Malcolm

Jacob Allen May

Joshua Edward McAfee

Mallory Jill McClure

Robert Statts McCrea

Matthew Lee McDaniel

Nicholas Randall Merker

William Robert Meyer

Ethan Welles Miller

Detra Lynn Mills

Adam Jacob Mindel

Sandra Moon

James Yash Moore

Jamie Lee Moore

Michael Francis Mullen

Tracy Lynn Mundell

Maria Nakis

Kevin Michael Norris

Jennifer Sue Ortman

Robert Joseph Packard

Justin Alexander Paicely

Ulka Nitin Pandit

Marcie Celeste Pardieck

Jennifer Marie Phelps

Kaylan Lytle Phillips

Jeffrey Allan Piposar

Benjamin James Pliskie

Nicholas Allen Plumer

Amy Elizabeth Price

Leslie B. Prill

Megan Joy Provost

Gabriel James Quearry

Allen Michael Reece

Edward Robert Reichert

Tanya Marie Richardson

William Francis Riesner III

Adrienne Elizabeth Rines

Rose Marie Rivera

Ryan Cedric Rowan

Robert Eric Sanders

Benjamin Edward Saukas

Kyle Matthew Sawa

Brett R. Schlender

Lori Beth Schmeltzer

Dustin Allen Schock

Matthew Scott Schoettmer

Blake Joel Schulz

Theresa Ann Searles

Jeremiah Robert Seebohm

Jonathan Daniel Shell

Robyn Ann Sherer

Kenny John Sinak

Brandon Alan Skates

Maricel Elaine Villacampa Skiles

Sarah Nicole Smith

Jessica G. Sosa

Yana Yevghenlevna Spitzer

Matthew Ryan Springer

Elizabeth Anne Sprowl

Kelly Marie Stanley

Abbey Rae Stemler

Allison Theisen Stevens

Christopher Dee Stoker

Andrew Thomas Suszek

Bradley James Swihart

Noelle Marie Sykes

Jordan Joseph Szymialis

Christina Lynn Talamonti

Jennifer Kaye Tarrance

Willis Spurgin Taylor

Andrew Tyler Thomas

Donald Earl Thomas Jr.

James Jackson Todd

Sheila Von Tow

Anne Elizabeth Trout

Louis Harnold Urbancic

Rachel Elizabeth Van Tyle

John Vazanellis

Elaine Vullmahn

Scott Andrew Wallitsch

Joseph Owen Walsh Jr.

Jennifer Anne Washburn

Scott Allen Weinberg

Tony Roy West

Holly Ann Williams

James Kent Wisco

Laura Elizabeth Wittmann

Isha Elect Wright

Anthony Michael Zelli

Kelly Marie Zullo

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