Bar exam graduates
Forty-three people from northern Nevada passed the state bar examination in July, the Nevada Board of Bar Examiners said last week.
By city, those who passed the exam include:
Reno: Bryce C. Alstead, Timothy M. Clausen, Bryan Fernley-Gonzalez, Frank C. Gilmore, Emily Gust, John C. Dorame, Emily Hancock, Christopher P. Hazlett-Stevens, Elizabeth A. High, Stephan J. Hollandsworth, Michelle N. Kazmar, Michael J. Kennedy, Wayne O. Klomp, Adam G. Lang, Michael W. Large, Kenneth R. Lund, Brian S. Pick, Christine M. Schwamberger, Tehan W. Slocum, Daniel R. Smith, Kristie A. Tappan, Jill M. Vacchina, Fred M. Wallace and Lance C. White.
Sparks: Erin E. Dart, Robert W. DeLong, Sarah K. Flores, Jessica Longley, Aziz N. Merchant, Holly S. Parker, Christopher B. Reich and Aliston J. Testa,
Carson City: Kerry A. Benson, Charity A. Fowler and Todd E. Reese.
Minden: Justina A. Caviglia, Ethan R. Hasenstein, Kristen M. Landerfelt, Clark G. Leslie, and Martin C. Walsh.
Virginia City: Gudjon A. Knutsen.
Ely: Sarah A. Bradley. Spring Creek: Chad B. Thompson.
The regional building and population boom continues to favorably impact operations at Northern Nevada financial institutions. The thousands of new residents moving to the Truckee Meadows need to finance homes or new businesses, and all regional bankers really need to do is just put on a catcher’s mitt to snag the flow of business from people and companies moving in from California.