Bruce Jacob '59 is featured in the NACDL Champion magazine article "A Conversation with Bruce Jacob." Jacob also authored the article "Remembering Gideon's Lawyers" for the magazine's special issue on "Perspectives on Gideon at 50."
Homer Humphries Jr. '61 was honored by The Florida Bar in recognition of his 50 years of dedication to the practice of law.
Glenn Woodworth '62 was recognized by The Florida Bar for his 50 years practicing law. Woodworth specializes in constitutional law and civil rights.
Richard Jacobs '67 has been named to the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Jacobs, a senior member with Trenam Kemker in St. Petersburg, was recognized for his practice in the area of health care law.
Frank Rouse '67 was honored with the annual Spirit of Bartow Award presented by the Chamber of Commerce. Rouse was recognized for his community spirit and positive impact on the City of Bartow.
Wallace McCall '73 released his second collection of poetry titled Pomeranian Pandemonium and Other Poems. McCall is a board certified trial lawyer with Leopold Law P.A., and he writes poetry for fun.
Bernard "Barry" Kanner '74 has received the AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell. Kanner is an associate with the Saint Petersburg firm of Englander Fischer.
William A. Grimm '75 was named to the 2012 Florida Super Lawyers.
The Honorable Carol W. Hunstein '76 was named 2012 "Georgian of the Year" by James magazine.
Doug Lockwood '79 was featured in the Winter Haven News Chief for his work in advocating for improved and revamped public schools in Winter Haven, Fla.
Mark Luttier '79 was named president of the Boy Scouts of America's Gulf Stream Council.
Michael S. Mullin '80 was appointed by Governor Rick Scott to the Fourth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission.
Mary Quinlan '81 has been named to the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Quinlan, a senior member with Trenam Kemker in Tampa focuses her practice in the area of real estate law.
Judge Catherine Peek McEwen '82, of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida, was elected to membership in the American Law Institute. The ALI is the leading independent organization in the United States producing scholarly work to clarify, modernize and otherwise improve the law.
W. Lawrence Smith '82 was named to the 2012 Florida Super Lawyers and the 2012 Super Lawyers Business Edition.
Alton C. Ward '82 was named to the 2012 Florida Super Lawyers and the 2012 Super Lawyers Business Edition.
Lynn Welter Sherman '83 has joined the Tampa Office of Adams and Rees LLP as a partner. Sherman is a frequent speaker and author on matters involving creditors' rights, secured transactions and bankruptcy law.
Robert E.V. Kelley Jr. '84 was named to the 2012 Florida Super Lawyers.
Henry Paul '84 has been appointed to the Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism for a four-year term. Paul will also serve three years on The Florida Bar Board of Governor's Standing Committee on Professionalism.
G. Donald Thomson '84 was named the 2012 Love of Bonita Award recipient. The award, given annually, honors a Bonita Springs resident who exemplifies the goal of helping to build a stronger community. Thomson has been a Bonita Springs resident since 1972, and is a stockholder with the Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt law firm.
Joseph Tschida'84 has been named the new vice president and state counsel for the Florida office of WFG National Title Insurance Company. Tschida will provide underwriting support, guidance, and education for WFG National Title's Florida agent base.
John B. Grandoff III. '85 was named to the 2012 Florida Super Lawyers.
Michael P. Brundage '86 has been named partner for Phelps Dunbar LLP. Brundage practices law in the areas of bankruptcy and creditors' rights, as well as commercial litigation. Additionally, Brudage was recently named to the Florida Holocaust Museum's board of directors and will serve a three-year term, helping to guide the activities of the museum. He was also named to the 2012 Florida Super Lawyers and the 2012 Super Lawyers Business Edition.
Michael Geldart '86 has been appointed senior vice president of corporate strategy and business development for CardioNet Inc., a leading wireless medical technology company.
Richard Harrison BA '83, JD '86 announced the formation of the law firm Richard A. Harrison P.A. in Tampa, Fla.
Judge Thomas G. Portuallo '86 has been appointed by Governor Rick Scott to serve on the Seventh Judicial Circuit.
Judge Edward Nicholas '87 received the President's Award of Distinction from the State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota. Nicholas, a circuit court judge, was recognized for his commitment to the community and support of the college and its mission.
John LeRoux '88 has been certified as a life member of both the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. LeRoux practices exclusively in eminent domain and inverse condemnation cases.
Wendy S. Loquasto '88, managing partner in the Tallahassee office of Fox & Loquasto P.A., was presented with The Florida Bar President's Pro Bono Service Award for the 2nd Judicial Circuit at a ceremony at the Florida Supreme Court in January 2012. In March 2012, she was a panelist at a CLE on Practicing Before the First District Court of Appeal, during which she presented on workers' compensation appeals, and in April 2012, Loquasto presented "The Art of Persuasion Through Legal citation" at a CLE sponsored by the Central Florida Association for Women Lawyers. Loquasto, who is board-certified in appellate practice by The Florida Bar, has been rated a 2012 Florida Super Lawyer in the area of appellate practice.
Scott Selis '88 was awarded the Charlotte Brayer Public Service Award by the Elder Law Section of The Florida Bar in recognition of his service to the elderly.
Marie Tomassi '88 has been named to the 2013 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Tomassi, a shareholder with Trenam Kemker in St. Petersburg, Fla., leads the firm's appellate practice.
Gregory Coleman '89 received the Florida Bar President's Award of Merit for his dedication and leadership as a member of The Florida Bar Board of Governors. Coleman has been recognized with this award three times in the last four years and is the first attorney in Florida Bar history to receive the President's Award of Merit three times.
Joseph Jarret '89 is currently serving Knox County, Tenn., as its county attorney.
Brian M. Bursa '90, partner at Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith, LLP's Tampa office, presented on the latest social media issues facing the healthcare industry at Leading Age Florida's Annual Conference in Orlando.
Kent L. Hipp '90 was named to the 2012 Florida Super Lawyers.
Damian Mallard '90 recently earned an AV rating on Martindale Hubbell.
Marie D. Miller '90 has been named the new academic officer for Dominion Academy, a private Christian K-8 school in Leesburg, Va. Miller will be responsible for leading professional development of the teaching staff, revising school curriculum and implementing extracurricular activities.
Renee Monfort '90 has become partner at Heyl, Royster, Voelker & Allen P.C. in the firm's Urbana, Ill., office.
Charles G. Moore '90 was appointed state chair for the Middle and Northern Districts of Florida by the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.
Kirsten K. Ullman '90, managing partner at Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP's Tampa office, presented "The Tried and True Plaintiff's Case" which featured mock opening statements, as well as effective trial tactics, at DRI's Nursing Home/ALF Annual Conference on Sept. 21, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nev. Additionally, Ullman presented "Hot Topics in Long Term Care and Assisted Living" at the Florida Health Care Association's Annual Conference on Aug. 1, 2012 in Orlando, Fla., as well as, "Appeals, Civil Monetary Penalties, and IDR" at the American Conference Institute's Long Term Care Regulatory Boot Camp in Chicago, Ill.
John Herin '91 has joined the Fort Lauderdale office of GrayRobinson P.A. as a shareholder in the firm's Land Use, Environment and Government Affairs Department.
Kelly Jablonski '91 has been appointed to the Historical Museum Advisory Board in Fort Myers. The Advisory Board recommends to City Council the use, purpose and preservation of historical artifacts and facilities pertaining to Fort Myers and Southwest Florida.
Tracey Jaensch '91 served a moderator for the inaugural Florida Healthcare Diversity Summit held in Tampa, Fla.. Jaensch is managing partner of Ford & Harrison's Tampa office and chair of the Florida Diversity Council.
Debra Boje '92 recently joined the Tampa office of the Gunster law firm as a shareholder. Boje focuses her practice on health care law and private wealth services.
Linda D. Hartley '92 was named to the 2012 Florida Super Lawyers.
Nicola Melby '92 has rejoined the law firm of McCarthy, Summers, Bobko, Wood, Norman, Bass & Taylor P.A. as a shareholder. Melby concentrates her practice in the areas of elder law, Medicaid planning, long-term care planning, special needs trusts, wills and trusts, probate and guardianships.
Brenda Fulmer '93, a shareholder at the law firm Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart Shipley in West Palm Beach, Fla., has partnered with Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton Romano in the litigation of drug and pharmaceutical mass tort cases.
Mary E. King '93 has signed a publishing deal with Celebrity Press, along with other leading legal experts, to release Protect and Defend: Proven Strategies from America's Leading Attorneys to help you Protect and Defend Your Business, Family and Wealth. The book will feature strategies from some of America's leading legal minds to help businesses and families navigate the often cumbersome nature of the today's legal system.
Bruce Denson '94 was mentioned in the April 19 Tampa Bay Times article "Paddleboard race to span Tampa Bay." Denson, a criminal defense attorney and a self-admitted stand up paddleboard "addict," has translated his passion for paddleboarding to his profession by introducing it to his clients as form of therapy in recovery from substance abuse and other self-destructive behaviors.
Joanne Kenna '94 of The Health Law Firm in Altamonte Springs, Fla., spoke about protecting nursing licenses at the Infusion Nurses Society's Central Florida Chapter Annual Seminar.
Elise Minkoff '94 was recognized by the Queens Court in Pinellas County as the 2012 Queen of Hearts for her volunteer service as president of the Margaret Acheson Stuart Society, which benefits the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Denise Wheeler '94 has been selected as one of Florida's "Top 50 Women Super Lawyers" for 2012. Wheeler is a partner with the law firm of Roetzel & Andress in Fort Myers, Fla., and is Florida Bar Board certified in labor and employment law.
John Schutz '95 was named to the 2012 Florida Super Lawyers. Schutz was also selected among Florida's Legal Elite 2012.
Russell Young '95 has earned board certification in Workers' Compensation by The Florida Bar. In addition, for more than five years, Young has been an AV Preeminent rated attorney and has received the highest rating in Legal Ability and Ethical Standards from Martindale Hubbell.
Steven Conway '96 was elected as an at-large director for a two-year term by the board of directors of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. Dr. Conway is a partner with the Wisconsin law firm of DeWitt Ross and Stevens S.C. and is the national spokesperson for the American Chiropractic Association.
Donall O'Carroll '96 was named partner at Webster Szanyi LLP in Buffalo, N.Y.
David Thorpe '96 received the Pro Bono Service Award from the 13th Judicial Circuit in recognition of his pro bono service through the "HAVE a Heart" pro bono project and the Bay Area Legal Services Volunteer Lawyers Program.
Samuel Bookhardt '97 has been elected as the new Board Director for The Friends of the Children's Advocacy Center of Brevard, a nonprofit organization comprised of volunteers who strive to increase awareness of the issues of child abuse and neglect. Bookhardt is a partner with Vance, Lotane and Bookhardt P.A. in Cocoa, Fla.
Edward Carlstedt '97 has joined FordHarrison LLP as a partner in the firm's Tampa office. Carlstedt's practice focuses on trade secret, non-compete and restrictive covenant disputes, as well as defending employers against claims of harassment, discrimination and retaliation.
Benjamin H. Hill IV '97 was named to the 2012 Florida Super Lawyers.
Mitchell C. Robiner '97 recently joined the Tampa office of the Gunster law firm as an of counsel attorney. Robiner focuses his practice on business litigation and real estate law.
Marcus Rosin MBA, JD '97 received an AV Peer Review Rating by Martindale Hubbell. Rosin focuses his practice in the areas of real estate and bankruptcy law.
Judith Wethall '97 has joined the law firm of Littler Mendelson P.C.
Michael J. Colitz '98 was named to the 2012 Florida Super Lawyers.
Nirupa Netram '98 was recently appointed to the board of directors of Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida Inc.
Kimberly Rodgers '98 was named the 2011-2012 "Boss of the Year" by the St. Petersburg Association of Legal Support Specialists.
Michael L. Smith '98 of The Health Law Firm in Almonte Springs, Fla., was recertified by the Florida Bar's Board of Legal Specialization and Education in the area of health law.
Jacqueline Buyze '99 was mentioned in The Florida Bar news for the launch of her book A Story of Lawyers, a fun and educational publication primarily for children, but made for people of all ages. It is written as a tribute to attorneys and serves as a fun introduction to the legal profession that conveys a positive message with a gentle rhyme and rhythm.
Matthew Westerman '99 has earned board certification in labor and employment law by The Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education. Westerman is the only board certified labor and employment attorney based in Manatee County.
Robert Craig Mayfield MBA, JD '00 was named to the 2012 Florida Rising Stars.
James D. Thaler Jr. MBA, JD '00 was appointed by the Gulfport City Council as special master of Gulfport, Florida's new code enforcement system. As special master, Thaler will hear cases and assess fines, as an alternative to the county court system.
Blair Chan III '01 has joined the Givens Law Group in Tampa, Fla., as principal with the firm. Chan has practiced exclusively in the area of marital and family law since his graduation from law school.
Amy Drushal '01 was presented the Young Lawyers Division Star of the Year award for 2011-2012 by the American Bar Association for her service to the ABA over the past several years. Drushal is a shareholder in the Tampa office of Trenam Kemker.
Mac McCoy BA '98, JD '01 has been named chairman of the Young Lawyer Committee of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association. McCoy is a shareholder at Carlton Fields in Tampa, Fla.
Mark Barber '02 has been named a partner with the law firm of Broad and Cassel. Mr. Barber was previously an associate in the Tampa office and serves as a member of the firm's commercial litigation, labor and employment, and bankruptcy and creditors' rights practice groups. Barber was also named one of "12 to Watch in 2012" by Attorney at Law Magazine of Greater Tampa Bay. Barber was featured in the April edition of the highly regarded legal publication, which applauds him for "making a big impact early in his career."
Jose Estigarribia '02 has joined the law firm of Porges, Hamlin, Knowles & Hawk in Bradenton, Fla. Estigarribia's practice focuses in the areas of family law, personal injury, criminal law, immigration and naturalization law, and litigation.
Michele Leo Hintson '02 has been selected to the Leadership Pasco Class of 2013. Hintson is a partner in the Tampa office of Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick LLP.
Patricia Kent '02 joined the Medicare Compliance vendor, Gould and Lamb, LLC. (CORRECTED from Spring 2013 Stetson Lawyer)
Kamilah L. Perry MBA, JD '02 was appointed by Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn to serve on the Mayor's African American Advisory Council (MAAAC). Perry was selected to serve as chair of MAAAC's Community Improvement Committee, which is responsible for submitting recommendations to the city concerning city development, city services and revitalization.
Tiffany DiIorio '03 has joined the Tampa Office of Adams and Reese LLP as special counsel. DiIorio's practice will focus on bankruptcy, creditor's rights, trustee representation, business bankruptcy, creditors' rights litigation and commercial litigation.
Scott Donaldson '03 was promoted to senior associate at the law firm of Gordon & Doner. Donaldson's practice areas include general personal injury, wrongful death and patient dumping claims against hospital emergency rooms.
Anne Weintraub '03 was recently honored by the Sarasota-Manatee Section of the National Council of Jewish Women at The Women in Power Luncheon for her work in the community.
Slade Dukes '04 has been named to the Florida Consumers' Council. The council was created to advise and assist the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services in carrying out its duties.
Joshua Ferraro '04 has been named president of the Tykes and Teens' board of directors for 2012-2013. Tykes and Teens is a non-profit agency based in Palm City providing services for children and families.
Jason Hawkins '04 has joined the Jacksonville law firm of Mathis & Murphy P.A. as an attorney.
Sara Koch '04 was promoted to partner at the law firm of Shutts & Bowen LLP. Koch practices in the firm's construction practice group.
Anthony D. Martino '04 has been named partner at Clark & Martino P.A. in Tampa, Fla. Martino has been with the firm since 2006 and his practice focuses on personal injury cases.
Eric E. Page '04 was named to the 2012 Florida Rising Stars.
J. Scott Slater '04 was named to the 2012 Florida Rising Stars.
Katherine Turner '04 announced her partnership and new law firm of Turner & Sutton-Lewis P.A. in Fort Myers, Fla. The firm offers legal counsel in a variety of practice areas, including criminal, civil, juvenile delinquency, family law and criminal and civil appeals.
Russell Vanstory '04 was promoted to captain on the B-777 at Fed Ex.
Brendan Burke '05 is currently serving as Chief, Operational and International Law (OSJA-OPS), NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan & Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan. His job is commanding the training of Afghan police as the U.S. transitions out of Afghanistan.
Fred N. Roberts '05 was appointed to the Governing Board of the St. John's River Water Management District by Governor Rick Scott to represent the Ocklawaha River Basin. Roberts is an attorney with the law firm of Klein and Klein in Ocala, Fla.
Sherilee J. Samuel (Williams) '05 was named to the 2012 Florida Rising Stars.
Benjamin Stechschulte '05 is pleased to announce the opening of the Law Offices of Ben Stechschulte, PL in Tampa and his recent designation by the Florida Bar as a Board Certified Criminal Trial Law attorney. Mr. Stechschulte practices in the areas of State and Federal criminal defense, DUI defense, and personal injury throughout the Tampa Bay area. Mr. Stechschulte served as a DUI and a felony Hillsborough County Prosecutor from 2005 to 2008 and worked as an associate attorney for the Law Offices of Michael Herron from 2008 to 2012.
Suzanne Boy '06 has been appointed to serve on the Human Resources Management Association of Southwest Florida board of directors. Boy concentrates her practice in employment law and is the lead writer and editor of Southwest Florida Employment Law Blog published by the Henderson Franklin law firm. Boy was also named to the 2012 Florida Rising Stars. Additionally, Boy has been named to Florida Trend Magazine's Ninth Annual Legal Elite and was one of only 174 attorneys in Florida selected to Legal Elite's "Up & Comers" list.
Holly Ghelfi '06 has been named an associate with Englander Fischer in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Marc Levine '06 has been appointed to the Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando's board of directors. The JCC of Greater Orlando offers free legal assistance and helps build and support the Orlando community.
Katherine Hurst Miller '06 was appointed to the 7th judicial circuit nominating commission by Gov. Rick Scott.
Paula Bentley '07 recently joined the Tampa office of the Gunster law firm as an associate. Bentley focuses her practice on healthcare law.
Jason Ellison BA '04, JD '07 was named partner at Englander Fischer in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Courtney Fish '07 was named partner at Englander Fischer in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Phillip Harris '07 has joined the Tampa office of Adams and Reese as a litigation associate.
Megan Mallec (Lattz) '07 created and chaired "Extreme Makeover: Harbor House," a one-year makeover project at Harbor House of Central Florida, a comprehensive domestic violence services agency. Mallec has also created and serves as chair on "Changing the Family Landscape," a two-part service project benefitting SafeHouse of Seminole County that includes a landscape beautification project and workshop for domestic violence survivors.
Traci McKee '07 was elected to the Board of Directors as the representative for the Young Lawyers at the recent Annual Meeting of the Florida Defense Lawyers Association. McKee, a litigation attorney in the Fort Myers office of Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Hold P.A., is the chair of the Editorial Board for the Trial Advocate Quarterly, the flagship publication of the FDLA, which is distributed to FDLA members and all members of the judiciary in Florida. McKee has been recognized by Florida Super Lawyers® magazine as a "Rising Star" in the field of civil litigation defense since 2009.
Cynthia Riddell '07 has joined the Sarasota law firm of Syprett Meshad as a partner. Riddell will lead the bankruptcy division, primarily representing consumers and creditors in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida.
Brian E. Smith '07 enrolled in Class 83 of Leadership Orlando.
Patrick Songy '07 has joined the litigation division of the Luhrsen Law Group in Sarasota, Fla.
Genevieve Whitaker '07 is featured in the fall ASIL Academic Bulletin article "Stetson University College of Law alumni, professors advocate for human rights in the Caribbean."
Afia Donkor '08 is featured in the fall ASIL Academic Bulletin article, "Stetson University College of Law alumni, professors advocate for human rights in the Caribbean."
John M. Miller '08 received the James A. Dixon Young Lawyer of the Year Award from the Florida Defense Lawyers Association. Miller is an associate in the Tort & Insurance Litigation division of Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt P.A. in Fort Myers, Fla.
Victoria Heather Newman '08 has been selected as the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division District 11 representative. She has been selected to serve a two-year term, and her service will commence in August 2012.
Amy Rigdon '08 has been appointed to the Young Lawyers Division Board of Governors of The Florida Bar.
Brian K. Wright '08 recently joined the Tampa office of the Gunster law firm as an associate. Wright focuses his practice on healthcare law.
Kelly Downer '09 has joined the Bittinger Law Firm in Jacksonville, Fla. Ms. Downer's practice includes representation of entities and individuals in the health care industry, health care transactions and administrative and appellate matters.
Ahmad Yakzan BA '03, MBA '05, JD '08, LLM '09 has joined Tucker & Ludin in Tampa Bay, Fla. Yakzan was mentioned in the Tampa Bay Business Journal as he will spearhead the firm's expanded area of immigration practice. Additionally, Yakzan co-authored the article "Relief For Young 'Innocent' Illegal Immigrants" for the St. Pete Bar Association's July/August 2012 Paraclete magazine.
Peterson St. Philippe '09 is featured in the fall ASIL Academic Bulletin article, "Stetson University College of Law alumni, professors advocate for human rights in the Caribbean."
Wesley Jones '10 has joined Bush Ross PA as an associate attorney. Jones' practice concentrates primarily on civil litigation involving community association law, foreclosure and real estate litigation, real estate closings and construction defects.
Linsey Sims-Bohnenstiehl '10 was selected as one of the ABA Journal's "Techiest Lawyers".
David Veenstra '10 joined The Thorne Law Firm P.A. in Tampa, Fla., as an associate practicing in the area of family law. Veenstra recently received the Pro Bono Service Award from the 13th Judicial Circuit in recognition of his pro bono service through the "HAVE a Heart" pro bono project and the Bay Area Legal Services Volunteer Lawyers Program.
W. Jay Hornbeck III '11 has been named an associate at Gallagher & Associates Law Firm P.A. in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Steven Lacks '11 was recently named the director of customer education and outreach at SonicPrint.com.
Jeri Ostuw '11 has joined Snell Legal in Daytona Beach as an associate attorney.
Javier Centonzio JD '12 has teamed up with the American Legion Post 215 to sponsor a Veteran's Day weekend event in Gulfport, Fla.
Rickisha Singletary '12 announced the opening of the law office of R.H. Singletary P.A., serving the needs of clients throughout the Tampa Bay area. The primary areas of practice include family law, foreclosure defense, bankruptcy, and civil litigation. The office also provides legal outsourcing for document drafting and review, hearings and mediation coverage, and legal research.
Lisa Thompson '93 married Trevon Barnes in Vero Beach, Fla.
Adrian Carr '10 married Toney Burden in Florida.
Joseph Caimano Jr MBA, JD '00 and his wife Lisa welcomed a new daughter.
Jenay Iurato MBA, JD '00 and Kevin Iurato '00 welcomed a new daughter.
Gayle Gonzalez Conner '04 and her husband Nathan welcomed a new son.
Shana Hoyle-Paula '10 and her husband Raphael welcomed a new daughter.
Finley M. Hamilton LLB '49
Sept. 1, 2012, Carmel, Calif.
William Roberts '58
June 15, 2012, Tallahassee, Fla.
John Guyton Jr '59
Sept. 18, 2012, Tampa, Fla.
Homer Humphries, Jr. '61
March 1, 2012, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
Randolph "Cal" Smith Jr. '61
April 15, 2012, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Ronald Ingham '67
May 6, 2012, Signal Mountain, Tenn.
Patrick Scanlon '68
April 4, 2012, Arlington, Va.
Peter Keating '73
Sept. 12, 2012, Ormond Beach, Fla.