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January 2013 CBA REPORT
Legal Community News
This section features current news and events of interest to the local legal community.
News items may be submitted to
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CBA Seeks Nominations for Board
The Cincinnati Bar Association’s Nominating Committee is soliciting recommendations for nominees for election to certain officer
and trustee positions to commence at the CBA’s Annual Meeting to be held April 26, 2013. The committee requests nominations
for the following positions:
Vice President:
Automatically succeeds to president-elect and then to president. Must have been a trustee,
secretary or treasurer within the five-year period immediately prior to the election.
Secretary:
One-year term, limit of one term. Incumbent is eligible for re-election.
Treasurer:
One-year term, limit of three consecutive terms. Incumbent is eligible for re-election.
Trustee, Less Than 12 Years in Practice:
Two-year term. Incumbent eligible for re-election.
Trustee:
General. Two-year term, limit of two consecutive terms. Four positions open, with three incumbents
eligible for re-election.
Please send all suggestions, recommendations and
requests for consideration to:
W. Breck Weigel, Chair
CBA Nominating Committee,
c/o Cincinnati Bar Association,
225 East Sixth Street, 2nd Floor,
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202-3209
In M emoriam
David E. Gebhart
May 23, 1936 – November 4, 2012
Andrew Leeper
March 7, 1956 – November 18, 2012
The Cincinnati Bar Association honors
these members of the legal community
who have recently died. Please contact
Kathy Schmidt at (513) 699-1390 or at
if you are aware
of a death to be listed in an upcoming
issue of the CBA Report. We also regularly
publish obituaries in the magazine. Please
let her know if you would like to write
an obituary about a deceased member,
preferably within three months of the
attorney’s death.
Attorney Discipline
On November 15, 2012,
JOHN
WESCHE HAUCK
, Attorney
Registration No. 0023153, last known
business address in Cincinnati, Ohio,
was reinstated to the practice of law in
Ohio. See the Supreme Court’s entry
in
Cincinnati Bar Association v. John
Wesche Hauck
, 2012-Ohio-5276 for
additional information.
For more information, please contact
executive director John Norwine at
(513) 699-1400 or
All nominations must be received
no later than January 18.
CBAA Celebrates the Season
with Holiday Tea
Members of the Cincinnati Bar Associa-
tion Auxiliary met December 7 at the home
of Helen and Stan Vollman for their annual
Holiday Tea. Attendees were asked to bring
sweatshirts, hats, gloves and scarves to be
donated to Lighthouse Youth Services.
Cookies from the event were also donated.
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CBAA members in attendance included (back
row from left to right)Marlene Kiely, Margretta
Huster, Shirley Fingerman, Janet Schneider, Marcie
Cohen, Mary Morton, Carol Meyer-Keener, (seated)
Rose Mary Bunke and HelenVollman.
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Amy Zerhusen,
CBA staff, and Shirley
Fingerman enjoy the
festivities.
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Attendees delighted in
the spread of holiday treats.
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