DTCI: Congratulations to the 2018 board of directors

The Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana named its 2018 officers and directors at its 24th Annual Conference and Annual Meeting last month. The officers and directors will take office January 1, 2018.

Robert B. Thornburg, with Frost Brown Todd in Indianapolis, will become the 51st president; Renee Mortimer, with Hinshaw & Culbertson in Schererville, was named president-elect and will continue with her duties as DRI state representative for Indiana; Donald S. Smith with Riley Bennett Egloff in Indianapolis was tapped to be vice-president; Kori Chambers with Indiana University Health Risk Retention Group in Indianapolis was named secretary of the association; and James Strenski with Cantrell Strenski & Mehringer in Indianapolis was chosen treasurer. Michele S. Bryant with Wooden McLaughlin in Evansville will continue on the board as immediate past-president.

New to the board in 2018 will be BJ Brinkerhoff with Katz Korin Cunningham in Indianapolis and Elizabeth Trachtman Villa with Quarles & Brady in Indianapolis.

Continuing on the board are: Marian Drenth with O’Neill McFadden & Willert in Schererville; Gregory Freyberger, Wooden McLaughlin in Evansville; Curtis Greene with Barnes & Thornburg in Indianapolis; Philip E. Kalamaros with Hunt Suedhoff Kalamaros in South Bend; Matthew King of Frost Brown Todd in Indianapolis; Christopher D. Lee with the Evansville office of Wooden McLaughlin; Beverly Mack of Huelat Mack & Kreppein in LaPorte; Anna Mallon of Cantrell Strenski & Mehringer in Indianapolis; Jason Massaro with The Massaro Legal Group in Indianapolis; Libby Valos Moss with Kightlinger & Gray in Indianapolis; Elliott I. Pinkie with Cline Law Group in Indianapolis; Stacy F. Thompson with Clendening Johnson & Bohrer in Bloomington; and Louis Voelker of Eichhorn & Eichhorn in Hammond.

The board thanks the retiring directors for their many years of service to the association: Jim Hehner of Hehner & Associates in Indianapolis and Kevin Tyra with the Tyra Law Firm in Indianapolis.•

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