Oregon State Bar Bulletin — AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2010

Bar Actions


Note: More than 14,000 persons are eligible to practice law in Oregon. Some of them share the same name or similar names. All discipline reports should be read carefully for names, addresses and bar numbers.

OSB #964903
6-month suspension

Effective June 30, 2010, the disciplinary board approved a stipulation for discipline suspending Portland lawyer Rankin Johnson for six months for violations of RPC 1.3 (neglect), RPC 1.4(a) (failure to keep a client reasonably informed of the status of a case) and RPC 8.4(a)(3) (misrepresentations).

Johnson was appointed to represent a client in a post-conviction relief appeal. Ultimately, the court of appeals affirmed the trial court’s decision and judgment without opinion. Johnson’s client immediately requested that Johnson file a petition for review with the Oregon Supreme Court. Johnson failed to file a petition for review or respond to his client’s questions concerning the post-conviction appeal. Accordingly, the court of appeals filed an appellate judgment.

During the nearly two years thereafter, Johnson’s client, the client’s federal habeas corpus attorney and the Office of Public Defense Services all made multiple inquiries of Johnson and requested information concerning the status of the petition for review. Johnson did not respond to many of these inquiries. When he did respond, Johnson often misrepresented the status of the case and the reasons for delay in the case. Meanwhile, he took no substantive action to exhaust his client’s state remedies to allow him to qualify for federal relief.

Thereafter, the client complained to the bar. In response to the bar’s inquiry, Johnson misrepresented that he had not sooner filed a petition for review because the client failed to notify him that he wanted to file a petition until after the time to file the petition had passed.

The stipulation recited that Johnson’s sanction was aggravated by a prior public reprimand for similar misconduct, multiple offenses, a pattern of misconduct, the fact that the client was incarcerated and therefore dependent upon Johnson to communicate with him and properly handle his case, and Johnson’s substantial experience in the practice of law, having been admitted to practice in Oregon in 1996 and having primarily practiced in the area of criminal appeals and post-conviction matters. In mitigation, Johnson expressed remorse for the delay and any injury.

OSB #862898
60-day suspension

On May 27, 2010, the disciplinary board approved a stipulation for discipline suspending Eugene lawyer Donald R. Slayton from the practice of law for 60 days, effective June 15, 2010, for violating RPC 8.4(a)(3) (conduct involving misrepresentation) and RPC 8.4(a)(4) (conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice.)

Slayton was cited for jaywalking in Eugene, and trial in the matter was scheduled for Oct. 23, 2008. Slayton was also representing the plaintiff in a civil matter pending in Washington County. The civil matter was set for trial on Oct. 22, 2008.

On or about Oct. 3, 2008, Slayton realized that trial in the civil matter could not be completed in one day. The lawyer representing defendants in the civil matter was unable to agree to a postponement of the matter, and on Oct. 21, 2008, Slayton filed a motion to postpone the civil matter.

On Oct. 22, 2008, Slayton appeared before the court in the civil matter for trial assignment. Slayton represented to the judge that he was not ready for trial because of a conflict with another matter set for trial in Eugene the next day. In response to the judge’s questions about the matter set in Eugene, Slayton, because he did not want the jaywalking trial to have to be reset, made misrepresentations about the nature of the matter (stating it was a vehicular homicide case) and the identity of his client. Eventually, after the judge continued to ask questions, Slayton admitted that he was the client and the matter involved jaywalking.

OSB #910568
2-year suspension

Salem lawyer R. Kevin Hendrick has been suspended from the practice of law for two years, pursuant to an opinion of a disciplinary board trial panel. Hendrick was found to have violated RPC 1.15-1(a) and (c) (failure to deposit client funds in trust and maintain complete records of those funds), RPC 1.15-1(d) (failure to return client funds), RPC 7.1(a)(1) (false or misleading advertising), RPC 8.1(a)(1) (false statements in a disciplinary inquiry), RPC 8.4(a)(2) (criminal conduct) and RPC 8.4(a)(3) (dishonesty or misrepresentation).

Hendrick operated under the assumed business name of Valley Law Center and attracted through advertising clients who wanted to improve their credit standing. Hendrick accepted an advanced flat fee from these clients without a written fee agreement, but failed to deposit the fees into a trust account or maintain records of those funds. Statements made in Hendrick’s advertising about Valley Law Center, particularly about the number of lawyers working at the firm and the existence of a full refund policy, were false.

The panel also found that Hendrick made several false statements during the disciplinary investigation and subsequent proceeding, some under oath.

No request for review by the state supreme court was filed in this case and, therefore, the trial panel opinion and Hendrick’s suspension became effective June 22, 2010.

OSB #790917
Public reprimand

On June 10, 2010, the Oregon Supreme Court issued an opinion reprimanding Portland lawyer Robert D. Newell for violating RPC 4.2 (communicating with a represented person).

Newell represented a business client that had purchased all the assets of another company, but later claimed that it had overpaid as a result of the seller’s accounting errors and overstatement of its inventory. On behalf of the purchasing company, Newell filed suit seeking to recover the overpayment. Around the same time, the seller’s accountant was criminally prosecuted for embezzling funds from the seller, conduct that contributed in part to Newell’s client paying too much for the seller’s assets.

Within days of the scheduled trial of the civil case, Newell caused a subpoena to be served on the accountant on a Friday evening for a deposition the following morning. The accountant appeared but stated his concern that he was the subject of a criminal prosecution and had not been able in the few hours since the subpoena was served to contact his attorney. Newell proceeded to depose the accountant, asking him questions that related to the criminal case.

The Oregon Supreme Court determined that Newell’s communication with the accountant was on the subject on which the accountant was represented by counsel and therefore violated RPC 4.2. The court rejected Newell’s argument that the deposition was properly noticed under the rules of civil procedure and therefore the communication fell within an “authorized by law” exception to the disciplinary rule. Although a deposition is authorized by law, the court noted that the accountant did not have an opportunity to consult with counsel and that the authorized-by-law-exception was not so broad as to permit one lawyer to unilaterally exclude a represented witness’ lawyer from a deposition.

OSB #762881
60-day suspension

On May 27, 2010, the Oregon Supreme Court issued an opinion suspending Eugene lawyer Thomas J. Peterson from the practice of law for 60 days, effective July 26, 2010, for violations of RPC 1.15-1(a) and RPC 1.15-1(c) (trust account rules).

Peterson represented clients who were engaged in a boundary dispute with their neighbors. At a point during the representation, the clients paid Peterson $2,000, which he deposited into his trust account but withdrew the following day and deposited into his personal checking account. Some months thereafter, an overdraft on Peterson’s trust account caused the bar to initiate an investigation into his trust accounting practices.

Peterson acknowledged that he kept very poor trust account records, failed to maintain individual client ledgers and failed to reconcile his monthly trust account statements. As a result, he violated RPC 1.15-1(a), which requires that a lawyer maintain complete records of client funds. The court also found that Peterson violated RPC 1.15-1(a) and RPC 1.15-1(c) when he removed the $2,000 from his trust account and deposited the funds into his personal account without a written agreement with the clients authorizing him to do so. Those rules require client funds to be deposited into trust to be withdrawn only as they are earned or client expenses are incurred.

An additional allegation that Peterson engaged in dishonesty by knowingly converting the $2,000 to his own use was dismissed by the court after it found that there was not clear and convincing evidence that Peterson acted with the requisite mental state for such a violation.

OSB #853830
Peoria, Ariz.
10-month suspension (reciprocal discipline)

Effective June 24, 2010, the Oregon Supreme Court suspended Deborah Abernathy from the practice of law for 10-months. The suspension was reciprocal, based on discipline imposed on Abernathy by the Arizona Supreme Court in connection with two separate discipline matters.

In the first matter, Abernathy was found by the Arizona hearings officer to have neglected several client matters, acted incompetently, failed to maintain adequate communications with clients, charged excessive fees and failed to take steps to protect client interests upon terminating representation.

In a second matter, the Arizona hearings officer found that Abernathy had failed to safeguard client property and, upon terminating representation, to take reasonable steps to protect her client’s interests. After the client complained, Abernathy failed to cooperate with the investigation by the State Bar of Arizona.

In addition to the 10-month suspension, the Arizona Supreme Court ordered Abernathy to pay restitution of $4,676.

Abernathy was previously publicly reprimanded in Oregon, also on a reciprocal basis.

OSB #780368
Phoenix, Ariz.
Public reprimand (reciprocal discipline)

On July 8, 2010, the Oregon Supreme Court issued an order imposing a public reprimand against James R. Eckley. The public reprimand was reciprocal, based on discipline imposed on Eckley by the Arizona Supreme Court in connection with two separate discipline matters.

In both matters, Eckley was found by an Arizona hearings officer to have violated Arizona ethics rules when he negligently failed to safeguard client property, failed to disclose adequately a personal conflict of interest and failed to disclose the extent of his interest in law-related consulting services offered to the clients.

The Arizona court imposed censure as a sanction and placed Eckley on a two-year term of probation.

Eckley had no prior record of discipline in Oregon.

OSB #732709
Form B resignation

Effective July 8, 2010, the Oregon Supreme Court accepted the Form B resignation of Portland lawyer Michael R. Shinn. Shinn previously had requested review of a trial panel decision disbarring him. With the resignation, the court dismissed the request for review as moot. Shinn had been suspended by the court since June 5, 2009, pending the outcome of the disciplinary proceedings.

The pending proceedings concerned allegations that Shinn knowingly converted the funds of multiple clients, failed to properly handle and account for the funds of those clients and several others, failed to communicate with clients, neglected legal matters, failed to respond to requests for information from disciplinary authorities, engaged in conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice and pursued an appeal in violation of the instructions of his client.

Shinn was also accused of withdrawing funds from his lawyer trust account without first obtaining the approval of the Oregon State Bar, in violation of an earlier state supreme court order.

OSB #903848
30-day suspension

Effective July 26, 2010, the Oregon Supreme Court suspended Portland attorney Scott M. Snyder for 30 days in a case involving Snyder’s representation of a personal injury client.

The client, a Florida resident, retained Snyder six months after he injured his back falling on an icy Portland sidewalk in front of a hotel. At the outset of the representation, the client sent Snyder his medical records, and Snyder promptly sent tort claims notices to three potential defendants. Snyder provided copies of these notices to the client.

Thereafter, Snyder did not reply to responses from the defendants or provide copies to the client. Nor did Snyder respond to inquiries from the client’s health insurer requesting information and asserting a recovery right for medical expenses it paid.

The client wrote Snyder some months later, sending updated medical records and asking Snyder to expedite his case, make demand on the hotel and provide a status report with projected time frames. Snyder did not expedite the case; he concluded that the client’s condition was not medically stationary. However, Snyder did not advise the client of his assessment or tell the client that he was not commencing settlement negotiations on the client’s behalf.

Snyder did not respond to subsequent client e-mails and faxes requesting a status report, and the client wrote Snyder expressing his anger at the lack of communication in the prior eight months. Snyder responded, providing his first status report of the case and advising for the first time that Snyder thought the claim against the primary defendant was weak. In response, the client terminated the representation.

The court found that Snyder violated both RPC 1.4(a) (“[a] lawyer shall keep a client reasonably informed about the status of a matter and promptly comply with reasonable requests for information”) and RPC 1.4(b) (“[a] lawyer shall explain a matter to the extent reasonably necessary to permit the client to make informed decisions regarding representation”). By failing to apprise the client of the correspondence he had received from the hotel and the client’s health insurer, and by not responding to the client’s request for status reports when it was clear that the client thought Snyder had made a settlement demand on the hotel, Snyder failed to keep the client reasonably informed. Further, Snyder’s opinions about the case (that the client was not medically stationary, that demand was premature and that other injuries weakened the client’s case) were “precisely the kind of information that a client needs to know” to make informed decisions.

The court also found that Snyder violated RPC 1.15-1(d), which requires lawyers to promptly deliver to a client property the client is entitled to receive. The client reportedly asked Snyder to send a copy of the medical records back to him because he had misplaced his originals, but Snyder never responded. Snyder assumed that the client could recreate the file by asking the providers for new copies, but he never told the client to do so. Snyder eventually provided the client copies of the medical records, more than two years after the client’s first request.

In determining sanction, the court found that Snyder acted knowingly and that the client suffered actual injury (anxiety and uncertainty) as a result of his conduct. The court noted Snyder’s substantial experience in the practice of law as an aggravating factor; in mitigation, the court noted cooperation with the disciplinary proceedings, no prior discipline and the absence of a selfish or dishonest motive.


The following have applied for admission under the reciprocity, house counsel or law teacher rules. The Board of Bar Examiners requests that members examine this list and bring to the board’s attention in a signed letter any information that might influence the board in considering the moral character of any applicant for admission. Send correspondence to Admissions Director, Oregon State Board of Bar Examiners, P.O. Box 231935, Tigard, OR 97281.

Reciprocity: Steven Lieske Bennett, Daniel James Biersdorf, Scott Brian Carpenter, Mark Thomas Case, David Alexander Del Buono, David Joseph Feeney, Stuart John Ford, Ilene Munk Gaekwad, Susan Marie Goolsbee, Michael David Handler, Jason Kirk Henderson, Mathew Kidman Higbee, Gerald Wallace Hunt, Joshua David Johnson, Grant Carey Johnstone, Shara Ann Lerman, Aloysius Grant Lingg, Stephan Alexander Lopez, Kenneth W. Maxwell, Jason Mitchell Pass, Randall Scott Pickard, Joseph Nicolaus Pirtle, David Adam Rabbino, Curtis Stephen Slatina, Susan G. Steinman, Leslie Joanne Sutton and Sarah Janet Tugman.

House Counsel: Meri Elizabeth Glade and Jennifer Ann Ottosen.

Notice of Reinstatement Application
The following attorneys have filed an application for reinstatement as an active member of the Oregon State Bar pursuant to Rule of Procedure (BR) 8.1:

Ruth E. Heller of Portland, #923315. Ruth Heller transferred to inactive status in 1995 because she was not practicing law. Since 1996, she has been a self-employed civil rights (EEO) investigator. Upon reinstatement, Heller plans to pursue a career in human resources.

Kelly H. Hughes of Portland, #011690. Kelly Hughes seeks reinstatement after his 2003 suspension for noncompliance with the MCLE rules. He moved overseas in 2001, and was employed as corporate counsel in Singapore and Hong Kong. He returned to Oregon in January, and plans to be corporate counsel for Singapore-based DOCOMO InterTouch Group.

Arthur C. Piculell of Portland, #721981. In 1986, Arthur Piculell was suspended for nonpayment of membership fees. Before his admission in Oregon, he practiced law in Kansas from 1965 to 1972. Since 1988, he has been self-employed as a real estate developer. After reinstatement, Piculell will serve as general counsel for his development companies.

Matthew A.C. U’ren of Portland, #940361. Matthew A.C. U’ren changed to inactive membership status in 2002 when he moved to France to teach law. He returned to Oregon in 2009, and is employed as a paralegal for the Dodge Law Firm. Upon reinstatement, he plans to establish a solo private practice concentrating on civil litigation and return to teaching.

The Rules of Procedure require the Board of Governors to conduct an investigation of BR 8.1 reinstatement applications to determine whether applicants possess the good moral character and general fitness to practice law and whether the resumption of the practice of law in this state by the applicants will not be detrimental to the administration of justice or the public interest. Any person with information relevant to these applications is asked to contact promptly the OSB Regulatory Services Division, P.O. Box 231935, Tigard, OR 97281; phone: (503) 620-0222, or toll-free in Oregon, (800) 452-8260), ext. 343.

Applicants for July 2010 bar exam
The following have applied to sit for the July 2010 Oregon bar examination. The Board of Bar Examiners requests that members examine this list and bring to the board’s attention in a signed letter any information that might influence the board in considering the moral character of any applicant for admission.  Send correspondence to Admissions Director, Oregon State Board of Bar Examiners, 16037 SW Upper Boones Ferry Rd., PO Box 231935, Tigard, OR  97281-1935.

Jacob Frazer Abbott
Emmitt Michael Adair
Jacqueline Lizeth Alarcon
John Stephan Alarcon
David Nelson Allen
Erik John Anderson
Ryan Joseph Anfuso
David Charles Angyal
Irwin Preston Anonuevo
Thomas Anthony Arany
Tamala J Argue
Karl Neil Arruda
Elizabeth Annaliese Arwood
Kristin Mariko Asai
Michele Sabo Assayag
Emily Candler Auerbach
Anthony Reza Azadeh
James Record Babcock
Jeremy Nelson Babener
Sungho Bae
Ashley Nicole Bannon
Allison Woo Banwarth
Justin John Barbot-Wheaton
Noah Tenaya Feuer Barish
Michelle Platt Bassi
Sara Ann Bateman
Wyatt Sims Baum
Casey Ray Baxter
Leslie Erin Baze
Eric Christopher Beach
Holly Combe Beaty
Lyndsey Christine Bechtel
Ginger Maria Beck
Benjamin Robert Becker
James Haberle Bennett
Macon Louis Benoit
Megan Nicole Bentley
Christina Claire Benton
Sara Ellen Bergan
Alicia Marie Bettenburg
Jennifer Donn Betts
Jeffrey Edward Bilanko
Ariel Victoria Blackthorne
Eric Michael Blaine
Gilbretta Diane Boardman
Marco Aldo Boccato
Nicole Marie Bockelman
Nicholas Joseph Boehm
Amanda Anne Bolliger
Janet Carolyn Borth
David Charles Bourgeau III
Benjamin Devee Boyd
Daniel Lawrence Boyer
Joseph Rand Bradshaw
Tonyia Joann Brady
Sarah Ryan Brandenburg
Mandeev Singh Brar
Aaron Kohl Brauer-Rieke
Manuel O Bravo
Kelli Ann Brensdal
Derek Jason Brice
Christopher Brodie Brown
Nicholas McCune Brown
Megan Ashley Browning
John David Burgess
Richard Lee Burnett
Marvin Nathan Cable
David Paul Cadaret
Steven Frank Cade
Joshua Victor Callahan
Jesse Marshall Calm
Jason David Caplan
Sarah Catherine Carlin
Ian Williamson Carmany
Ryan Lee Carpenter
Jeffrey Ray Carter
Lemarr Ellis Carver
Brian Kevin Case
Daniel David Castillo
Peter Bevil Castleberry
Bartholomew Aaron Catching
John Elias Cathcart-Rake
Brian Richard Cavner
Moises Roman Ceja
Andrew John Chamberlain
Noah DePauw Chamberlain
Jessica Cannon Chase
Lauren Elizabeth Childers
Skye Melinda Forbes Christakos
Mary Ann Christian
Matthew Anthony Cincotta
Anne-Marie W Clark
Meghan Elizabeth Clark-Kilcoyne
Mary Kate Clason
Antoine Phil Cobb
Sarah Zena Cohen
Rafael Colin
Nathaniel Zeno Conley
Ryan Colvin Connell
Elizabeth Marie Cook
Matthew David Costanzo
Daniel Croy Cotton
James Randall Cowan
Lindsey Erin Craven
Jeffrey David Crider
Gaylord Eric Maurice Crovetto
Joseph Irving Crowell
Lauren Elizabeth Cullop
Kelly Gina Cusick
Patrick Phillip D'Haem
Elizabeth Gillingham Daily
Megan Canaday Daniels
Trevor Martin Darling
Risa Marie Davis
Craig Francis Day
Lindsay Marie Day
Joel Mathew DeVore
Duncan Brewster Delano
Tracy Elizabeth Demers
Ross Cooper Denison
Danielle Dawn Deurmier
Maria Francesca Di Miceli
Guillermo Ramos Diaz
Lee Ann Dillbeck
Thomas Nicholas Dimitre
Xiaohong Ding
Derek Noah Dizney
Bridget McElwee Donegan
Brian Terry Dood
John Joseph Dooney III
Charles Paul Doty
Aloysius Matthew Drapcho
Kimberly Sue Drewett
Suraya Zawideh Dudley
Richard Michael Duignan III
Marshall Forest Dunst
Jennifer Barclay Eadie
Elissa Ann Eckman
William John Edgar
Michael Eichner
Julieanna Elegant
Emily Elizabeth Elison
Jaimie Anne Ellis
Nina Ruth Englander
Allison Nicole Enriquez-Buehler
Krista Nicole Evans
Matthew William Evans
Adele Catherine Ewert
Tessan Farbiarz
Laura Nicole Farris
Elizabeth Farry
Kelsea Joann Feola
Gerald Kent Fields
Nathaniel Drake Fieweger
Andrew Knowlton Fletcher
Jennifer Alexandra Flint
Courtney Diane Foley
Tracy Joanne Frazier
Lauren Frances Freeman
William Abraham Ganser V
Nathan Lee Garcia
Amanda Kara Garty
Scott Gordon Gatherum
Jonathan Edward Geiger
Louis Irving Geltman
Russell Lee Getchell
Rand Johnson Getlin
Rosanna Edith Gibson
Andrew David Ginis
Andrew Michael Goll
Jonathan Clark Gonzales
Grady Oran Goodall
Erin Elizabeth Gould
Kent Nolan Graham
Kristopher Kevin Gray
Andrew Powell Green
Robin Rae Gregory
Anthony Francis Griffin
Haley Lynn Griffith
Joseph Charles Griggs
Jessica Lynn Grosz
Spencer Gwartney
Sarah Kathleen Hagerty
Alison Hall Sundby
Shannon Leigh Hall
Michael Jae Kaplan Hamilton
Song E Han
Mark Gregory Hansen
Christopher Robert Harding, Jr.
Alisa Diane Hardy
Esther Rebecca Harris
Ashley Anne Hartmeier
Trevor Rockwell Haskell
Ryan Jamison Hatch
Stephen Joseph Healy
Jonas John Hemenway
Lin Joy Hendler
Viviana Hernandez
Samuel Hernandez-Calderon
Stefanie Marie Herrington
Michael Abraham Herron
Amy Maria Hicksted
Daniel Delizon Higgins
Bradley Potter Hill
Tyler Paul Hinton
Jason Kaoru Hirano
Jasmine Christine Hites
Michael Edward Hodgson
Aaron John Hodukavich
Eryn Karpinski Hoerster
Mary Rachel Hoffman
Nancy Ricker Hoffman
Leanne Vinson Holm
Erika Lindsay Holsman
Delfina Sarah Homen
Tyler Scott Hood
Keely Malia Hopkins
Jackie Ellen Hovey
Jackson Roy Howa-Morrow
Travis William Huisman
Jennifer Lynn Hunking
Monte Ray Hunter
Jordon Alan Huppert
Russell Ryan Husen
Amanda Summer Husted
Grant Edward Ingram
Wade Cameron Isbell
Rebecca Ann Ivanoff
Melanie Anne Iverson-Kaufman
Marshall William Ivey
Tina Lin Izen
Teresa Gail Jacobs
Tyler Geoffrey Jacobsen
Elizabeth Ann Jarvis
Joseph David Jennings
Annie Jhun
Blake David Johnson
Peter Edward Johnson
Kathryn Lynn Jones
Martin Thomas Jones II
Lindsey Davis Joseph
Joseph Thomas Kaempf
Valerie Renee Kamps
Robert Garrett Kellogg
Eli Warren Kem
Alycia Edgeworth Kennedy
Colleen Marie Kennedy
Justin Matthew Keppinger
David Allen Kerr
Noel Forster Kersey
Mark Nicholas Kessler
Jonathan Bert Klein
James Donald Knowles
Nicole Noelani Knudsen
Jeffrey Daniel Koenig
Kristopher Loren Kolta
Richard LeRoy Kraus
Andrew Lincoln Kraushaar
Nicole Anne Krishnaswami
Amanda Lynn Krismer
Kyle Larry Krohn
Bradley James Krupicka
Melina Cecilia LaMorticella
Sarah Laidlaw
Tyler David Lake
Michael Graham Land
Mary Leonore Susan Lang
Nathan Gabriel Law
Joseph Austen Lear
Anika Elizabeth Leerssen
Megan Rachelle Lemire
Jennifer Elizabeth Levy
Timothy Randall Lewis
Alexis Anne Lien
Sarah Rose Liljefelt
David Philip Liljengren
Erin Renee Linell
Jonathan Shr-Jen Liou
Joshua Joel Lipps
Michael Litvin
Karen Margaret Long
Derrick Andrew Louie
Ryan Ta Lu
Lacey Brooke Lucas
Benjamin David Lull
Meneleo Jose A Luna II
Sarah Alexis Lundstedt
Rebecca Gose Lynch
Leslie Gayle MacDonald
David Eldon Mackley
John Dean Magana
Jennifer Lynn Maks
Maris Seager Mapolski
Mary Josephine Markle
Candice Joann Martin
Sarah Ann Matsumoto
John Joseph Maxfield
Richard Lee McBreen III
Eric Eugene McClendon
Skye Aubrey McCulloch
David Patrick McDonald
Virginia Jane McGregor
Jessica Lee McKie
Matthew Scott McMullin
Jamie Elizabeth Meier
Aidan Cook Melia
Erik James Melin
David Alan Melvin, Jr.
Debra Nicole Michelson
Adam Russell Miller
Laura Mignon Miller
Travis Lee Miller
Forrest Hansen Millikin
Jennifer Anne Milliron
Dana Margaret Mitchell
Nicole Ann Mitchell
Nathan Conner Moceri
Paul Austin Mockford
Mark Douglas Monson
Andrea Greene Montag
Jacobo Andres Moreno
Xavier-Michael O Moroney
Faith Marie Morse
Kathleen Marie Moura
Taylor Lane Metteer Murdoch
Colin Tyler Murphy
Kianoush Naficy
Mary Anne Nash
Jodi Rae Louise Neel
Lacie Nicole Nelson
Laura Ansley Nelson
Matthew Carl Nelson
Samuel Scott Nelson
Channa Colleen Newell
Erik Warren Nicholson
David Christian Noland
Laurel Anne Nugent
John Martin Nygaard
Logan Garrett O'Shaughnessy
Megan Lane Ochs
George Peter Okulitch
Ryan Andrew Olds
Meredith Lorraine Olsen
Noah David Olson
Elizabeth A B Oshel
Jordan Morrow Otis
Meng Ouyang
Michael Vincent Owens, Jr.
George Willis Devon Pack
Ada Hau Paddock
Meghann Ford Paddock
Paula Alejandra Padilla
Christopher Ryan Page
Joseph Thomas Pallett
Christopher James Palmer
Steve John Pappert
Peter Park
Soohyun Park
Christopher Michael Parker
Wesley Elliott Parker
Charles Shelton Parrott
Andrew Eugene Passmore
James William Pasterczyk
Kyra Rockwell Patterson
Jennifer Christensen Paul
Michael Patrick Paul
Christene Ellis Peabody
Samuel Carl Pecoraro III
Kathryn Ann Peters
Joel Christopher Petersen
Elisabeth Anne Laney Peterson
Emilee Antonia Peterson
Ingrid Lucille Peterson
Christine Sonya Phillips
Felicia LeAnn Phillips
Katy Marie Polluconi
Joshua Paul Pond
Jason Robert Poss
Christopher Michael Potter
Dylan Spencer Reese Potter
Kimberly Joyce Powell-Goodsel
Michael Vincent Pratt
Jason Patrick Preuit
Sarah Marie Price
Brett Arthur Pruess
Hallison Temple Putnam
Jeremy Nathanael Pyle
Ellen Elizabeth Range
John Thomas Rankin
Gregory John Rapkoch
Lindsey Christine Raub
Herbert Scott Rawitscher
Tiffany Michelle Ray
Timothy James Ream
Jered Waid Reid
Robert Christopher Renning
Jeffrey Reuben Rhoades
Maura Beth Richardson
Natasha Ong Richmond
Thomas Curtis Richmond
Scott Millhoff Rider
Peder Andrew Rigsby
Christopher Michael Riha
John Winston Robb
Julien Roohani
Caleb John Rosenau
Jeremiah Vail Ross
Juliane Theresa Ross
Matthew Alan Rowan
Ellen Margaret Rowe
Holly Christi Rudolph
Mary Kathleen Ryan
Gurmit Singh Saini
Leslie Ann Salem
Jason Russel Salmi Klotz
Casey Earl Sanders
Amreet Sandhu
Jaskarn Singh Sandhu
Jay Allen Sayles
Sara Amore Hart Sayles
Stephanie Bourgeois Schilling
John Edward Schlosser
Lauren Lea Schmidt-Dipaola
Alexandra Leigh Schneider
Michael Dale Schopf
Joshua Rietz Schreiner
Matthew Anton Schroettnig
Gregory George Scott
Gregory Kennard Scott
Mary Antonia Alauria Sell
Peenesh Hareesh Shah
Matthew Glynn Shepard
David Leigh Sherbo-Huggins
Kathryn Stoufer Sherman
Patrick Hayes Sherwood
Jordan Ross Silk
Katherine Susana Silva
Jonathan Hershel Singer
Katelyn Diana Skinner
Theofanis George Skourtis
Vincent Leonard Sliwoski
Andrew Carl Smith
Annette Marie Smith
Danielle Binta Smith
Gwendolyn Walker Smith
Jeffrey Daniel Smith
Joseph Donald Smith
Megan Shannon Smith
Todd Robert Smith
Daniel Charles Snyder
Youngki Sohn
Elizabeth Joan Spaulding
Trista Nicole Speer
Jessica Beth Spooner
Don Henry Stait
Katherine Rose Staton
Clayton Wesley Stephens
Gail E Stevens
Sunalei Hito Stewart
Pierson Weidling Stoecklein
Jonathan Patrick Strauhal
Peter Anthony Straumfjord
Kathleen Megill Strek
Kirk Hans Strohman, Jr.
Shelly Ann Strunk
John Christopher Sturm
Nathaniel Joseph Suchy
Michelle Kikue Sugahiro
Shestin Renee Swartley
Rebecca Lynne Swinney
Eleanor Iris Tami
Eric Joseph Tavares
David Todd Taylor
Michael George Taylor
Stephanie Ann Taylor
Chettha Paul Techo
Robert Ray Teel
Bryan James Telegin
Sommer Joy Templet
Sage Josie Teton
Ryan Taylor Tharp
Maret Kim Thatcher
Christine E Thelen
Aubrey Laine Thomas
Michael Drew Thompson
Stephen James Thompson
Brandon Scott Thueson
Kimberly Marie Tocco
David Lane Toensmeier II
Sascha Evangeline Topa
Lea Torrevillas
Suzanne Christine Trujillo
William Bryan Tucker
Sarah Elizabeth Tuthill
Rachel Marie Twenge
Sara Louise Urch
Kelli Suh Paulson Utrecht
Jerald Jordan Van Rhyn
Christina Marie Vaninetti
Mark Allan Vawter
Jessie Lee Ann Voigt
Leopold Joseph Wachocki
Aaron Yoshio Wakamatsu
Audrey Franziska Walther
Jennifer Nicole Wang
Jovita Wang
Gergory Steven Warner
William James Weidner
Emma Helice Goldsmith Weisman
Jeffrey Paul Weisser

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