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IBA: Blomquist announced as 2013 IndyBar President

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The Indianapolis Bar Association’s Nominating Committee has announced the selection of Kerry Hyatt Blomquist, General Counsel for the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence as the 2013 President of the Association. Blomquist will be the organization’s 135th President.
 

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Blomquist will be 1st Vice President on the 2011 Board of Directors joining 2011 President Michael Hebenstreit of Whitham Hebenstreit & Zubek and President-elect A. Scott Chinn of Baker & Daniels LLP.

Selected by the nominating committee to serve as Secretary to the Board will be Nissa Ricafort of Broyles Kight & Ricafort. Ricafort last served as an at large member of the Board in 2009 and co-chaired the 2010 IndyBar Membership Committee.

Five At Large Director positions were also open for nomination. Chosen to serve through 2012 were Elisabeth Edwards of Jocham Harden Dimick Jackson; Aaron Freeman of Ladd Thomas Sallee Adams & Freeman; Kathleen Hart of Bose McKinney & Evans; Jason Reyome of A. Demos & J. Reyome Attorneys and Counsellors at Law; and Hon. Marc Rothenberg of the Marion Superior Court.

The final vacancy for selection was for Delegate to the American Bar Association House of Delegates. Phil Isenbarger of Bingham McHale LLP will serve.•

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