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    January 2010 Alumni Briefs

    Richard Apostolik '77, president and CEO of the Global Association of Risk Professionals, is co-author of a new book, Foundations of Banking Risk: An Overview of Banking, Banking Risks and Risk-Based Banking Regulations.


    Michael Sage '79, a judge on the Butler County, Ohio, Common Pleas Court, has been selected as president of the Ohio Common Pleas Judges Association.


    J. Michael Loomis '81, an attorney in Fort Wayne, Indiana, is leading a group trying to assume control of that city's Continental Indoor Football League franchise, which plans to change its name to the Firehawks. 


    Army Reserve Maj. Albert F. Yonkovitz Jr. '94 returned home after being deployed at a forward operating base overseas in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He has served in the military for 15 years, and is a military police officer, normally assigned to the 11th Military Police Brigade in Ashley, Pennsylvania. 


    Joshua M. Muennich '01 was promoted to the Supervising Attorney of the Fraud and Economic Crimes Unit of the Montgomery County, Ohio, Prosecutor's Office. Joshua, who has served in the Prosecutor's Office since 2002, has worked in Support Enforcement, Child Protection, Juvenile, Grand Jury and Criminal Docket sections.


    Stacy Chubak Hinners '03 joined Thorman & Hardin-Levine as an associate attorney. Stacy, who has spent her career representing individuals in labor, employment and civil rights litigation, resides in Huron, Ohio, with her family.


    Brandon E. Bowlin '04 was named a Wisconsin Rising Star, the 'Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights" category, by Super Lawyers magazine. Brandon is an associate attorney with the collection law firm Rausch, Sturm, Israel, Enerson & Hornik.