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    December 2010 Alumni Briefs

    Dana Stamps '77 and Colette Moorman '91 were inducted into the Northridge High School Hall of Fame in Dayton. Dana graduated from Northridge in 1967 and now practices with one of his three sons, Eric. Colette is the senior magistrate of the Dayton Municipal Court and a former Dayton prosecutor. Dana and Colette are featured in an article in the Dayton Daily News.


    Dayton Police Lt. Patrick Welsh '82 will be promoted to major and assume responsibility of the new West Patrol Operations Division. The 24-year veteran was previously commander of the city's Central Investigations Bureau. He also is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the Police Executive Leadership College.


    Rich Anglin '86 was appointed the director of business services at Dayton Christian School system. Prior to accepting his new position, Rick practiced corporate/tax law for 10 years as partner with Porter, Wright, Morris & Arthur before joining Angell Manufacturing Company in 1996.


    Walt Addison Linscott '90 has been named general counsel and corporate secretary of Carestream Health, a Rochester, New York-based company that provides dental and medical imaging systems and healthcare IT solutions. In this role, he will lead the company's worldwide legal organization and will be a member of the company¿s senior leadership team. He previously served as managing partner of Thompson Hine's Atlanta office.


    Mike Pedley '98 recently returned to the University of Dayton as director of corporate and foundation relations. In this role, he is responsible for building strategic relationships with local and national companies and foundations to raise funding for university initiatives. Previously, Mike was the executive director of stewardship and institutional advancement for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Raleigh and as the director of corporate relations for the College of Agriculture and the staff counsel/associate director of planned giving at Purdue University.


    Theodore A. Wood '98 is coauthor, with Professor Susan Brenner and attorney Leo L. Clarke, of "Cyber Security, Intellectual Property, and New Cyberspace Threats," published by Aspatore Books. Ted is a director in the Electronics Group at Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox PLLC, in Washington, D.C.


    Katherine Lowry '01, director of information resources at Baker Hostetler, spoke at the Law Library Association of Wisconsin Educational Institute's "The Strength of Change" program at Marquette University Law School on October 8.


    Stephen E. Coble '03 was recognized by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly as an Emerging Legal Leader during an event in November. Ten attorneys were recognized for their outstanding leadership in their profession, community and personal lives. Stephen is a solo practitioner in Wilmington, North Carolina.