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Membership Changes

Welcome to AAPC Members

                                          July - September 2014

Student Members

Jason Lynn Rains, Garland, TX;  Stefanie Renee Mann, Charlotte, NC; Ernst Philipp Heilreigel, Wilmington, DE; Barbara Jane Tamkin, Nashville, TN; Jason Tomlinson, Wethersfield, CT; Dean Alvert Blackburn, South Easton, MA; Wiley E. Hughes, St. Pauls, NC; J. Scott VanDyke, Dayton, OH; Deborah Dianne Rule, Lebanon, TN; Stephanie Ann Birmingham, Chicago, IL; Ronald Mark Bright, Oologah, OK; Laura Ashley Barkley, Louisville, KY; DeShara C. Doub, Louisville, KY; Edgar Paul Herrington IV, Louisville, KY; Kathryn Stuart Petrey, Prospect, KY; Bethany L. Ruhl, Louisville, KY; Sarah Frances Shannon, Louisville, KY; Eric Steven Sharp, Louisville, KY; Amy Goode Travis, Louisville, KY; Sang Un Brian Lee, Louisville, KY; Amy Stephens McClain, Louisville, KY; Bryan Michael Brooks, Windsor, VA; Daniel Brauer Truesdaell, Kirkwood, MO; Nathan Judah Feder, Owings Mills, MD; Lynnett R. Glass, Riverdale, GA.


Yolanda Rochelle Villa, St. Louis, MO; Joanne Lea Miller, Germantown, MD; Sabra Johnson, Houston, TX;  David F. Harris, Atlanta, GA; Mary Petty Anderson, Bainbridge Island, WA; Lance B. Brown, Gig Harbor, WA; Lois P. Grosvenor, Matawan, NJ; Gregory Alan Coates, Windsor, VA; Mark A. George, Shelbyville, KY; Paula Maria Tenreiro, Pompano Beach, FL; Elaine Kay Olson, Champaign, IL; Ron Geilen, Geleen, The Netherlands.


David William Alexander, FPO.

Congratulations to Change of Category Members

Donald M. Read, Austin, TX, Student Member to Member; Teresa Ann Wilkins, Baltimore, MD, Student Member to Member; Deanna Lynn Langle, Evanston, IL, Student Member to Member;  Bryan Thomas Votaw, Indianapolis, IN, Student Member to Member.


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