Mark A. Newell, President
July 2019
Volume XLVIII, Issue 7

 In This Issue...
Ann's Article...........................Page 2
Mentoring Committee.............Page 3
Young Lawyers.......................Page 6
Women Lawyers.....................Page 6
Significant Decisions..............Page 7
SAVLP....................................Page 7
In the News............................Page 10
Announcements.....................Page 11
Archives & History..................Page 10
Mobile Bar Foundation...........Page 11
Upcoming Events...................Page 12
Birthdays................................Page 13
    2019 OFFICERS
President - MARK A. NEWELL
Secretary - MARY STONE
Treasurer - CHARLES E. “CHIP” TAIT
Assistant Treasurer - J. ROBERT "ROBBIE" TURNIPSEED
Executive Director - ANN F. SIRMON
President's Message

---------- John Adams: Mr. Jefferson, it so happens that the word is “unalienable,” not “inalienable.”
---------- Thomas Jefferson: I’m sorry, Mr. Adams, but “inalienable” is correct.
---------- John Adams: I happen to be a Harvard graduate, Mr. Jefferson.
---------- Thomas Jefferson: Well, I attended William & Mary, Mr. Adams.

---------- 1776, The Musical .
In giving the invocation at our May Law Day meeting, U.S. Air Force Academy graduate Jack Janecky referred to our inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, and I was reminded of these lines from the musical 1776. I watch the movie version every Fourth of July. The story is based on the events surrounding the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Having graduated from high school in 1976, it was a staple of my youth, and performed locally by one of our award winning playhouses. I still remember being so impressed by the booming and beautiful baritone voice of South Carolina delegate, Edward Rutledge, played by our own Calvin Clay. Oh, I know, there are numerous historical inaccuracies in the play (Adams was not as disliked as they make him out to be, there was no southern delegate walkout over slavery, the terms “right” and “left” referring to political parties had not even been invented yet, etc., etc.) but the point is this – both Jefferson and Adams were correct: Americans enjoy certain rights that can never, ever, be taken away. Those rights are so important that many Americans, including many members of the MBA, have been willing to fight and risk death for them. Men like the aforementioned Jack Janecky, who flew re-fueling missions in Vietnam; Bobo Cunningham, who flew over 300 combat missions in Vietnam before being wounded in the 1968 Tet offensive; Tom Galloway, Sr. and Herndon Inge, who were captured by the Nazis in World War II; Suntrease Williams-Maynard who carries the rank of Captain in the U.S. Air Force Reserves; Judge Jim Patterson, who flew Navy helicopters during the Cold War and Middle East engagements; and Judge Jeff Beaverstock, who served four years as an airborne ranger infantry officer in the U.S. Army, and so many more who, due to space limitations, are not mentioned here.
Since the birth of our country, lawyers have always led the way. Of the 56 signers of the Declaration, almost half were lawyers who pledged their “lives, fortunes, and sacred honor” to protect our inalienable rights.
Over this holiday weekend, please be safe, enjoy your family, and think about the pledge these lawyers took and whether we would be willing to do the same today.
And, if you have time, maybe take in a play.

To Celebrate our 150th Anniversary the Mobile Bar Association is partnering with Alabama 200 to bring in a traveling multi-media exhibition on Alabama's role in shaping the Supreme Court of the United States.

When: July 30 - September 19
Location: Government Plaza Atrium
This exhibit is free.


For more information on the exhibition, please click here.
Ann's Article
I hope you are enjoying this hot and steamy summer. We at the Bar headquarters are preparing for the remainder of 2019 and even looking ahead into 2020. The Mobile Bar Association is your trade association and is active in promoting professionalism and integrity, providing engaging networking opportunities, and offering the highest standards in continuing education. 

Networking is one of the most important benefits for members. The connections made help promote and advance you individually as well as create a spirit of respect and good will within the Mobile legal community. 

While networking is important, having and sharing knowledge is central to the Mobile Bar Association’s mission. While continuing education is required to be a lawyer, making the most of the sessions being provided can make you more productive and grow professionally – in knowledge, service and skill. All this combined helps to bring accountability to the Mobile legal community as a whole. 

In March, we asked Mobile Bar members to participate in a continuing education survey. Thank you to everyone that participated. We received lots of responses, and it gave us an opportunity to hear your continuing education preferences. Both our CLE committee and various sections are putting your feedback to work to provide you the best CLE schedule for 2019.

Thanks again for being a member of the Mobile Bar Association. We look forward to seeing you soon. As quoted by Marian Wright Edelman… “Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it.”
Please mark your calendars for our upcoming 2019 CLE schedule. More information to follow.
Coffee with the Court
The Mentoring Committee is offering a new program for 2019 called Coffee with the Court .  The concept is to provide a forum for our members to get to know our local judges over a cup of coffee.  At each session, two to three judges will present on the topic: My Top 5 Practice Pointers for Newer Lawyers in my Courtroom . All participants receive one hour of CLE credit, as well as coffee and bagels.  There is no cost for Mobile Bar members with 12 years of experience or less.  We welcome all other Mobile Bar members and non-members to join us, and standard CLE rates are charged.  Space will be limited. We are asking everyone to register in advance.  

We have four more programs in 2019 from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. at The Admiral Hotel in the Cove Room. It is a small meeting room on the first floor near the restaurant. Again, we are asking everyone to REGISTER IN ADVANCE . To register, please call the MBA Headquarters at 251.433.9790.

Here are the following dates:
  • Thursday, July 11 – Baldwin County Circuit Court Judge J. Clark Stankoski, Mobile County Circuit Court Judge S. Wesley Pipes and Mobile County Probate Judge Don Davis
  • Thursday, August 8 – Mobile County Circuit Court Judge James T. Patterson, Mobile County District Court Judge George N. Hardesty, Jr. and Mobile County District Court George M. Zoghby
  • Thursday, September 12 – Mobile County Circuit Court Judge Michael A. Youngpeter, Mobile County Circuit Court Judge John R. Lockett and Mobile County Circuit Court Judge Jay A. York
  • Thursday, November 7 – United States Bankruptcy Judge Jerry Oldshue, United States Bankruptcy Judge Henry Callaway and Mobile County District Court Judge Joe Basenburg
The Mentoring programs are sponsored by:
By Weathers Bolt, Young Lawyers President

The Young Lawyers would like to thank all of the sponsors of and participants in the Young Lawyers Golf Tournament held on June 14 th . It was a great success. We are using the proceeds from tournament this year to benefit a Back-to-School Camp that the Young Lawyers are co-hosting with The Historic Avenue Foundation, Fuse Project, and the Boys and Girls Club at Florence Howard Elementary School. The camp will be held Thursday, July 18 th and Friday, July 19 th . On Thursday, the students will rotate through small groups focusing on Fitness, Fun, Mentoring, and Literacy. On Friday, we will host a party and distribute uniforms and school supplies to the students. We are partially responsible for staffing the camp and are accepting volunteers in two-hour shifts. If you are interested in helping with one or more shifts, please click here to register. This is a great opportunity to build relationships in the community and fulfill our mission to “render service” to our neighbors.
We particularly want to recognize Freddie Stokes and Rachel Stewart, daughter of Honorable Sarah Stewart, for coordinating the Back-to-School Camp. For more information on the camp, please contact Freddie ( ) or me ( ).
The Young Lawyers also thank Armbrecht Jackson for a great June meeting and Golf Tournament Kick-Off party at the Haberdasher. Armbrecht Jackson always hosts a fantastic meeting, and we appreciate their continued support.
The July Meeting will be hosted by Mobile Bay Reporting/Source One Legal on July 25 th at the Cedar Street Social Club , located at 4 N. Cedar Street in Downtown Mobile.
For updates and additional information, please follow us on Facebook ( Mobile Bar Association Young Lawyers ) and Instagram ( @Mobile_Young_Lawyers ). We will also continue to send e-mails. If you are not receiving Young Lawyers e-mails and would like to, please e-mail me ( ), Vice-President Catherine Spann ( ), or Treasurer Blake Richardson ( ).
By Kasee S. Heisterhagen, Secretary
The MBA Women Lawyers held their June networking event at Red or White on June 20 following the MBA Membership Summer Social. Thank you to all who were able to join us for both events.  

On Friday, July 19, the Women Lawyers will be participating in a Prohibition-themed history tour around downtown Mobile.  To purchase your ticket click here and select the July 19 ticket option. We have 25 spots available so book your ticket today! 

If you have any subjects you would like to discuss at a future meeting or an idea for a service project, please email Laura Coker at or Kasee Heisterhagen at with your thoughts.
Probation Cocktail Tour - Secret History Tours
Agents vs. Rum Runners Guests will enjoy hand-crafted cocktails and hear about the secret history of Mobile during this Prohibition-themed bar crawl.
In a case of apparent first impression, the Court of Civil Appeals in Ex parte Avondale Gardens, LP , No. 2180518 (Ala. Civ. App., May 7, 2019), ruled that the seven-day time period for appealing orders of a district court in the context of an unlawful detainer action under Ala. Code § 6-6-350 governed over the 14-day appeal periods provided generally for appeals from district courts under Ala. Code §12-12-70.

In a case of first impression, the Supreme Court in Ex parte Russell County Community Hospital, LLC , No. 1180204 (Ala., May 17, 2019), held that computer software constituted “tangible personal property” for purposes of the state’s sales tax law.

In Mays v. Trinity Property Consultants, LLC , No. 2170591 (Ala. Civ. App., May 3, 2019), the Court of Civil Appeals held that under Alabama Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, posting a notice after one failed attempt at personal service of an eviction complaint failed to constitute a “reasonable effort” to serve notice on the occupant.
In June, SAVLP launched its 2019 Private Bar Campaign. Each year we ask you to support the work we do with a monetary donation. Your contributions help us keep the lights on, but they also enable SAVLP to provide programming and support for our volunteer lawyers and for our clients. SAVLP staff handle client intake, match clients with lawyers, organize CLE training, and provide administrative support for the volunteer lawyers. Staff members offer application assistance at the Mobile County Courthouse, Franklin Primary Health Center, Prodisee Pantry and the United Way of Southwest Alabama’s Grove Hill office. We answer hundreds of phone calls every month, opening cases for those we can help and providing referral information for those we cannot.

The return on your investment with SAVLP is high. In addition to increasing access to the civil legal system for low-income individuals, you are making a significant financial impact on this community. Our latest SROI (social return on investment) estimated that for every $1 invested in SAVLP, the counties we serve received more than $10.00 of immediate and long-term financial benefits. The SROI also calculated that SAVLP’s assistance resulted in $61,648 in immediate direct financial savings for the courts systems and other government operations. 

Thanks to your donations, 883 clients received legal assistance in 2018. In the past year SAVLP has helped clients save their homes, family members establish guardianships necessary to provide care, tenants ensure that landlords maintain livable dwellings, and homeless clients address legal issues that serve as barriers to employment and housing. Please consider making a donation to SAVLP so that we can continue to ensure that poverty is not a barrier to quality civil legal assistance. You can mail a check to our office at 118 N Royal Street, Ste. 402, Mobile AL 36602 or make an online donation at .
Our Membership Summer Social was held on Thursday, June 20th at Moe's Downtown. Thanks to everyone who attended. We had a fun time listening to music by the Glass Joe Band and eating some great bar-b-que and banana pudding. Here are a few highlights from the event.
Alabama State Bar President Sam Irby addresses the crowd.
Alabama State Bar incoming President Christy Crowe addresses the crowd.
Music was provided by the Glass Joe Band.
Pictured L to R: Brian Murphy, Pete Mackey and Judge William Cassady.
The crowd enjoying the great food and music.
Pictured L to R: Tony Hoffman, Steele Holman, Cissy Bacon and Frank Kruse
BORN: MBA Member Tiffany Smith and husband Daniel welcomed Charlotte Elizabeth on June 13, 2019. Charlotte Elizabeth weighed 7 pounds and 14 ounces and is the couple’s first child.

DIED: Marilyn Young McFadden, wife of deceased MBA Member Stova McFadden, mother of MBA Members Beth McFadden Rouse and William McFadden , and mother-in-law of MBA Member Robert Rouse , died at home on June 8, 2019 on her 89 th birthday. She is survived by two daughters, one son, seven grandchildren and one great grandson.

BORN: MBA Member Jeff Setterstrom and wife Heather welcomed son John Patrick Setterstrom on May 23, 2019. John weighed 6 pounds and 7 ounces and is the couple’s first child. Despite a brief stay in the NICU, everyone is now home and doing well.

DIED: Friend of the MBA Elizabeth Pearson passed away on May 21, 2019. Elizabeth served as the Mobile County Court Administrator during the 1980s and 1990s. She is survived by her husband of 51 years, Rich Pearson, retired circuit court judge of Alabama’s First Judicial Circuit, four children, six grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Elizabeth’s son, Martin, is a lawyer in Chatom and her brother-in-law, Beatty Pearson, is a lawyer in Daphne.

DIED: MBA Member William “Bill” Hardie passed away on May 20, 2019. Bill was the father-in-law of MBA Member Chip Tait . Bill received an engineering degree from Yale and an LLB from the University of Virginia. Bill was an attorney with Davis Polk in New York before moving to Mobile in 1966. He worked for Johnstone Adams for 53 years until his death. Bill is survived by his wife Alix, two sons, one daughter, and four grandsons. Bill was tragically predeceased by his son, Frank Hardie, in 2007.

DIED: Richard Ott Rowan, father of MBA Member Ed Rowan , died on May 19, 2019. Richard is survived by his wife of 52 years, three sons, and seven grandchildren. A banker for 15 years, Richard worked at the Federal Home Loan Bank in Greensboro, NC and American National Bank in Mobile before leaving to begin his career in real estate. He worked for White-Spunner & Associates and then started his own company, Rowan Realty and Development Company. During his career, Richard developed many subdivisions throughout Mobile and Baldwin Counties.

MARRIED:  MBA Members Johana Bucci Gerheim and Jordan W. Gerheim were married on May 11, 2019 at The Palms in Miami Beach, Florida. Congratulations Johana and Jordan!  
SMALL MOBILE FIRM NEEDS AN ASSOCIATE. The position would primarily involve real estate transactional work and also some litigation. No experience required. Inquiries should be addressed to P.O. Box 913, Mobile, Alabama 36601.

NOTICE: Christina Loyd is looking for the Last Will & Testament of her parents, Samuel Williams and Aline E. Williams, both deceased. The will was filed sometime between 2006 – 2010 in Mobile, Alabama. If you have any information, please contact Christina by phone 251-660-4513 or email at or Christina’s daughter Nimmie Kelly at 251-865-1237 .

DOWNTOWN OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE:  456 Conti Street, Mobile, AL 36602. 
Available: One large office Room. Within walking distance of federal courts. 
Amenities: Receptionist, Polycom telephone, Internet, WIFI, Email, large color copier/scanner, street parking, lobby, and kitchen. Contact: James M. Byrd via phone 251-438-2973 .

DOWNTOWN OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE:  Beautiful, spacious office in an historic home in the beautiful DeTonti Square neighborhood. Plentiful onsite parking, available conference room, waiting area, kitchenette, plus optional space for staff. Receptionist onsite. Internet provided. A block from the Federal and Bankruptcy Courthouses. Perfect for a Solo, or out of town firm desiring Mobile presence. 205 N. Conception St.  Contact HENRY BREWSTER at 251-338-0630 or .

PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE FOR SUBLEASE: Professional office suite with access to modern conference room with seating for 10. Professional Office Park is located across from Fairhope Publix directly off Hwy 98 and has a shared kitchen, restroom and reception area as well as accessible parking and two entries to the building with a coded door lock. $775 per month for the suite with light reception support included. Please contact the Law Offices of Brian A. Dasinger at 251.928.5588 to schedule a preview of the space.

DOWNTOWN OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE: 350 Church Street, two blocks from the courthouse. One large office downstairs and space for your secretary. Parking available. Conference room and kitchen. Within walking distance of our courthouse. Established firm. If interested, please e-mail .

MIDTOWN OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT located at 2500 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL 36606. Large office with private bathroom with shower, Conference room and waiting room. Possible share of secretary. $600.00 per month this includes utilities. 1 block from the new Publix located in the Midtown Center Plaza. Please contact Tammy May at (251) 479-6500 .

FOR SALE: 14-foot boat-shaped walnut/cherry conference table with 10 recently purchased navy chairs for $3,200. If interested, contact Donna Garlotte at Spear, Spear & Hamby at 251.344.8181 .

NOTICE: The current 14-year term of The Honorable Tamara O. Mitchell, United States Bankruptcy Judge of the Northern District of Alabama at Birmingham, is due to expire on January 3, 2020. The United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit is considering whether to reappoint Bankruptcy Judge Mitchell to a new 14-year term of office. Members of the bar and public are invited to submit written comments for consideration by the Court of Appeals concerning the reappointment of Bankruptcy Judge Mitchell to a new 14-year term of office in Birmingham. If requested, the identity of a respondent to this solicitation will not be divulged without prior consent. However, Judge Mitchell will be provided with a general description of the source and nature of any comments. All comments should be submitted to Mr. James. P. Gerstenlauer, Circuit Executive, Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, 56 Forsyth Street, NW, Atlanta, Georiga 30303. Comments must be received in the Circuit Executive’s Office, no later than July 22, 2019.

NOTICE: The current 14-year term of The Honorable James J. Robinson, United States Bankruptcy Judge of the Northern District of Alabama at Anniston, is due to expire on February 15, 2020. The United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit is considering whether to reappoint Bankruptcy Judge Robinson to a new 14-year term of office. Members of the bar and public are invited to submit written comments for consideration by the Court of Appeals concerning the reappointment of Bankruptcy Judge Robinson to a new 14-year term of office in Aniston. If requested, the identity of a respondent to this solicitation will not be divulged without prior consent. However, Judge Robinson will be provided with a general description of the source and nature of any comments. All comments should be submitted to Mr. James. P. Gerstenlauer, Circuit Executive, Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, 56 Forsyth Street, NW, Atlanta, Georiga 30303. Comments must be received in the Circuit Executive’s Office, no later than July 22, 2019.
By Mitchell Lattof, Sr., Chairman

As a reminder, the Archives & History Committee has conducted video interviews over the past five years, and the MBA Executive Committee has placed them on a special YouTube playlist that is accessible on the MBA website by both attorneys and the public.

In 2015, our Committee had the privilege of interviewing John Tyson, Sr., who was 90 years old at the time of the interview. Tyson was admitted to the Mobile Bar Association in 1955 and served in the U.S. Navy as a pilot during World War II and the Korean War. He carried out numerous missions as a pilot and made an emergency landing on an occasion when his plane was seriously damaged by anti-aircraft fire.

Following his return to civilian life, Tyson attended the University of Alabama School of Law and received his law degree. Tyson ran for and was elected to the Alabama House of Representatives and subsequently to the Alabama Senate where he served for many years. He was the chief sponsor of legislation and an active participant in bringing the U.S.S. Alabama Battleship to Mobile as a War Memorial. He served as Chairman of the Alabama Battleship Commission for many years. As an Alabama Senator, he also sponsored the legislation and was one of the founders of the University of South Alabama. He served as a Member of the Board of Trustees of the University of South Alabama for over 10 years. Tyson also served as a Municipal Judge for Bayou la Batre, Citronelle, and Wilmer, and as City Attorney for Dauphin Island and Bayou la Batre. He was selected as the 1997 Mobilian of the Year. Tyson passed away in 2016 at the age of 91. Tyson made great contributions to the forward progress of Mobile County, and we believe his interview is of great interest to our members.
Plans are well underway for the 2019 Tri the Gulf and we need YOU to get involved. Tri the Gulf is a sprint triathlon held on Dauphin Island, Alabama. The course consist of a 600 yard Gulf swim, 16.7 mile island + bridge bike and 3.1 mile island run (short section off road on the golf course). This triathlon is produced by the Mobile Bar Foundation.

There are multiple ways to show your support. First, share the word. Encourage your co-workers, family and friends to get involved. Next, YOU can volunteer, sponsor and/or participate in the race itself.

For more information on Tri the Gulf, click here and visit their website.

Please consider making a tax deductible donation to the Mobile Bar Foundation:

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Alabama State Bar
142nd Annual Meeting
Dates: July 17 - 20, 2019
Location: Marriott's Grand Hotel | Point Clear, AL
July Continuing Legal Education Opportunities
Mentoring Committee hosting Coffee with the Court
Date: Thursday, July 11, 2019
Time: 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. | 1.0 CLE available credits
Location: The Admiral Hotel | 251 Government Street | Mobile, AL 36602

Workmen's Compensation Section Lunch and Learn
Date: Monday, July 15, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. | 1.0 hour of CLE available credit
Location: The Athelstan Club | 170 St. Francis Street | Mobile, AL 36602
July 4 - 5
Mobile Bar Headquarters Closed

Thursday - July 11
Mentoring Committee Coffee with the Court
The Admiral Hotel

Thursday - July 11
Executive Committee Meeting
The Athelstan Club

Monday - July 15
MBA Bulletin Articles Due
Monday - July 15
Workmen's Compensation Section
Lunch and Learn
The Athelstan Club

Thursday - June 27
Grievance Committee Meeting
The Athelstan Club

Tuesday - July 30
Alabama Justice Exhibit Opens
Government Plaza Atrium
Listed below are members that are celebrating birthdays in July:
Christopher Andrew Arledge
Daryl Alsabrook Atchison
Joseph Patrick Henican Babington
Cecilia Klotz Bacon
D. Brent Baker
John Caddell Bell
Emil Erich Bergdolt
Michael Alexander Berson
Jaime William Betbeze
Henry H. Brewster
Andrew Jude Browning
Peter F. Burns
David Anthony Busby
Jennifer Caldwell Byrd
Henry A. Callaway
Kenneth Paul Carbo
Megan Brooks Comer
Stephen Joseph Cramblitt
Samuel N. Crosby
John James Crowley
Vicki Marie Davis
Bradley E. Dean
Carolyn White Dolan
Moshae Elise Donald
Grady Randall Edmondson
Christopher B. Estes
Keith B. Franklin
Josh D. Friedman
Robert Spencer Frost
William Jordan Gamble
Matthew Ross Griffith
Wesley Alec Harbuck
H. Theresa Harrison
Melanie Darlene Glass Hinson
Walter H. Honeycutt
D. Kirby Howard
Stewart Leon Howard
Cecily L. Kaffer
James W. Killion
Joel W. Knain
Michael D. Knight
Grayson F. Knight-Schemer
Joseph O. Kulakowski
William Robert Lancaster
Yancy Davis Lott
Thomas Ryan Luna
Michael E. Mark
Ralph Edward Massey
Samuel Preston McClurkin
James H. McDonald
Christopher R. Miller
Jonathan B. Minchin
D. Brian Murphy
Carson Irvine Nicolson
James Harris Oppenheimer
William H. Philpot
Leigh Lichty Pipkin
Brian Thomas Pugh
David R. Quittmeyer
Donald Ray Riggins
Jon David Roberts
William A. Robinson
Norman Stuart Roman
Jay Michael Ross
William H. Saliba
Bradley Robert Sanders
Troy Thomas Schwant
J. Nevin Shaffer
Allison White Smalley
William Dowlen Stokes
Belinda Mae Taylor
Marianne W. Terry
Carla Morrison Thomas
Janet Diane Thornton
Neal Cody Townsend
David Thornton Trice
Randolph Barnes Walton
Anna Maggio Williams
Suntrease Wynique Williams-Maynard
Michael A. Youngpeter
David B. Zimmerman
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