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51 WINTER/SPRING 2018 1960s Mike Harreld, 66A, 69L, immediate past president of PNC Bank, was induct- ed into the Washington Business Hall of Fame and honored for his professional and philanthropic contributions to the Greater Washington region. // Vince Aprile, 68L, who practices with Lynch, Cox, Gilman and Goodman P.S.C. in Louisville, celebrated the 25th anniver- sary of his quarterly column, "Criminal Justice Matters" in Criminal Justice magazine. The Fall 2017 issue congrat- ulated Aprile on his 25-year milestone. 1970s Merrily A. Orsini, 77GK, president and CEO of corecubed, won a Silver Stevie Award for Lifetime Achievement in Business. The Stevie Awards for Women in Business are the world's top honors for female entrepreneurs, executives and employees. // Henry C.T. (Tip) Rich- mond, III, 79L, a Kentucky member of the firm Dickinson Wright PLLC, was named as a "Leader in his Field" by Chambers 2017 High Net Worth Guide. 1980s Darrell S. Griffith, 80A, is a recipient of the 2017 WLKY Bell Award for his contribution to making our Louisville community a better place to live, work and play. // Sheldon Hunt, 81S, 01GS, US Army Utility Privatization Program Manager, was named vice president with Guernsey, a small company which assists in the sale and transfer of utility systems. // Gary Sullivan, 82S, 83GS, spoke at the Primetime Engineering Emmy Award ceremony, Oct. 25, 2017. Sullivan was one of two co-chairmen of a group called the JCT-VC that de- veloped a video coding standard known as HEVC. The JCT-VC received a 2017 Primetime Emmy Engineering Award recognizing HEVC as a key technology development in the television industry. // Julie E. Merchant, 83GA, founder and director of Kids Like Us, was the 2017 Winner of the National Exempla- ry Awards for Innovative Substance Abuse Prevention Programs, Practices, and Policies. // Linda Sullivan, 83B, was elected 2017 vice president of finance for the Kentuckiana Chapter of the Project Management Institute. // Joe Cherrie, 86B, along with his brother, Don Cherrie, was selected as one of Louisville Business First's Fast Fifty for 2017. // Sulyman Age Abdulkareem, 88GS, was appointed vice-chancellor of the University of Ilorin in Nigeria. He assumed office in October 2017. 1990s Sadiqa Reynolds, 93A, was named "Person of the Year" by Louisville Magazine. // Todd Ray, 95B, 98GB, was recently promoted by BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee to a role as senior vice president of its Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement programs. // Matthew P. Cook, 98L, a partner in the law firm Kerrick Bachert, P.S.C. in Bowling Green, Kentucky, was elected to the Board of Governors of the Kentucky Bar Association. 2000s Kathy Herbig, 02B, was named man- aging director in tax consulting at Crowe Horwath LLP, one of the largest public accounting, consulting and technology firms in the U.S. She's responsible for tax consulting and compliance services to both C-Corporation and S-Corporation financial institutions. // Jennifer A. Forristal, 03A, 12GP, 15GP, was promoted to vice president, industry re- lations for Optum Rx, a division of United Health Group. // Julie Rose, 07A, accepted a promotional role at PNC as detection & investigation quality analyst sr. after eight years with the PNC Fraud Department. Last May, she received her certified financial crimes specialist certification from the Association of Certified Crime Specialists. 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 / DR Dental residency / E Education, undergrad. / GA Arts & Sciences, grad. / GAH Allied health, grad. / GB Business, grad. / GD Dentistry, grad. / GE Education, grad. / GI Interdisciplinary studies, grad. / GJA Jus- tice 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 admin- istration, 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 resi- dency / MU Music, undergrad. / N Nursing, under- grad. / P Public Health, undergrad. / S Engineering (Speed School), undergrad. / SC Kentucky Southern College / SP Southern Police Institute / U Urban & public affairs, undergrad. WHAT'S NEW? Share career updates, relocations, awards, achievements and any other life news about the individuals who make UofL a dynamic and diverse academic community. Send your notes to CLASS NOTES HARRELD 2010s Krysta E. Manning, 10DMD, 16GB, recently opened Solstice Dental & Aes- thetics in Louisville. This one-of-a-kind practice combines sustainability, social responsibility, technology and compas- sion for a unique and inviting dental experience. // Robert R. Carter III, 11E, 12A, was named Hopkins County Schools' director of engagement, equity and school support. // Lyston Skerritt, 12GE, was named by "Person of The Year at Wichita State in 2017" by The Sunflower. 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