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Class Notes Class Notes honors alumni, students, faculty and staff — the individuals who make UofL a dynamic and diverse academic community. 1950s Degree Index A Arts & Sciences, undergrad. AC Associate alum AD Adopted alum AH Allied health, undergrad. B Business, undergrad. DH Dental hygiene, undergrad. DMD Doctor of Dental Medicine Martha S. Lyon, 59A, was recognized by the Marion County (Fla.) Democratic Party as one of eight Democratic women who have worked to better the community. The county recognized her for accomplishments as a veterans' advocate, in civil rights, and in election law. DR Dental residency E Education, undergrad. GA Arts & Sciences, grad. GAH Allied health, grad. GB Business, grad. GD Dentistry, grad. 1960s Chris Stout, 67A, is president of the Rotary Club of Ridgewood A.M. (in New Jersey) through July 2014. GE Education, grad. 1970s GI Interdisciplinary studies, grad. Charlie Casper, 72B, received the Dean Award from the American Wholesale Marketing Association in recognition of outstanding service and contributions to the industry. Casper chairs the government affairs committee for several industry associations. He is the president of Hardec's Wholesale in Elizabethtown, Ky. GJA Justice administration, grad. GK Kent School of Social Work, grad. GM Medicine, grad. GMU Music, grad. GN Nursing, grad. GP Public Health, grad. GS Engineering (Speed School), grad. GU Urban & public affairs, grad. H Honorary JA Justice administration, undergrad. K Kent School of Social Work, undergrad. L Law LA Louisville School of Art LGH Lou. Gen. Hospital Nursing School MC Municipal College MD Doctor of Medicine MR Medical residency MU Music, undergrad. N Nursing, undergrad. P Public Health, undergrad. S Engineering (Speed School), undergrad. SC Kentucky Southern College SP Southern Police Institute U Urban & public affairs, undergrad. 54|LOUISVILLE.EDU Carl E. Kramer, 72GU, received the Indiana Historical Society's 2012 Dorothy Riker Hoosier Award for "distinguished contributions to the world of historical scholarship." Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels also honored him as a "Distinguished Hoosier" in August 2012. Kramer retired in May 2012 as director of the Institute for Local and Oral History and adjunct assistant professor of history at Indiana University Southeast in New Albany, where he taught for 34 years. He continues to serve as vice president of Kramer Associates Inc., a historical consulting firm which he founded and co-owns with his wife, Mary Kagin Kramer, 85GU. Kramer developed and directed the IU Southeast Lewis and Clark Summer Institute and is the author of 10 books and scores of book reviews, articles and other publications. He serves on the board of directors of the Urban History Association, an international professional association, and chairs the board of directors of the Center for Cultural Resources at IU Southeast. Frank Aker, III, 75DMD, has collected religious artifacts since 1975. The Trinity Broadcasting Co. acquired his Shroud of Turin exhibit and used it as the Easter display at the Holy Land Experience theme park in Orlando, Fla. Terry Bennett, 77DMD, will serve a two-year term as president of the international association, American Academy of Craniofacial Pain. Daniel Flynn, 77A, formerly of Celanese Corp., has joined the environmental department of New Jersey's Greenbaum, Rowe Smith & Davis LLP as counsel. His practice focuses on environmental, workplace safety, site remediation and product stewardship related matters. Michael Tunnell, 78GMU, performed on an E-flat cornet in the Civil War band, President Lincoln's Own Band, Jan. 19 and 20 at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C., as a part of the inauguration festivities for President Barack Obama's second term. The band performed four concerts on Saturday and three on Sunday. Mike is a former alumni fellow for the School of Music. Mark L. Miller, 79B, 84L, has accepted the post of first assistant commonwealth's attorney for Jefferson County, Ky. In the past he has been assistant U.S. attorney, chief of the criminal division and U.S. attorney for the Western District of Kentucky. He has also served as the commissioner of the Kentucky State Police, and retired from the U.S. Army Reserve Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps with the rank of lieutenant colonel. Miller has been an adjunct instructor at local universities and colleges, including the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, Spalding University, Jefferson Community and Technical College and Sullivan University. He is a member of the Association of Former U.S. Attorneys, Reserve Officers Association, Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police, Kentucky Peace Officers Association, Kentucky State Police Retirees Association, Kentucky Bar Association and Louisville Bar Association. Tony Lindauer, 79A, Jefferson County, Ky., PVA, was inducted into the Trinity High School "Hall of Fame" in December 2012 and has been elected president of the Kentucky International Association Assessors Organization, which is made up of PVAs across the commonwealth. He enjoys life with his wife, Anne, four children and 10 grandchildren. 1980s The Reverend Dr. Marci Orr Pounders, 83A, is an ordained Episcopal priest in the Episcopal Church, USA, Diocese of Dallas, Texas. Pounders recently completed her Doctor of Ministry degree with highest honors at Southern Methodist University, Perkins School of Theology. Her doctoral project in bereavement care received a $70,000 grant to create a bereavement program model for Baylor Health Care System. Pounders is certified with the Association of Professional Chaplains and serves as the Supportive and Palliative Services Chaplain at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. Her focus is on end-of-life care and hospice. Timothy Gramig, 85B, received the 2012 National Commercial Award from the National Association of REALTORS® during the recent NAR Conference and Expo in Orlando, Fla. NAR's National Commercial Brian D. Lamkin, 80GMU, retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation in August 2012 after more than 25 years of service. He most recently held the senior executive position of special agent in charge for the Atlanta division. His previous senior executive positions included special agent in charge of the Columbia (S.C.) division, assistant director in charge of the FBI's training division (Quantico, Va.), and chief of the FBI's Financial Crimes Program (Washington, D.C.). He has had assignments at the Norfolk, Va.; Dallas, Texas; Baltimore, Md.; Louisville, Ky.; FBI headquarters (twice); Columbia, S.C.; Quantico, Va; and Atlanta divisions.

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