Alison Moore's Accomplishments Cited in the Dallas Morning News
|Thompson Coe wishes to thank well-noted columnist, Robert Miller, who printed the following in his December 26, 2006 column. Congratulations are extended to Alison Moore, a partner in the firm's Professional Liability practice group, and Bill Huff, former Iowa Insurance Commissioner and Thompson Coe attorney, who is now working in the corporate arena.|
"The North Texas region of the Arthritis Foundation elected Alison Moore, a partner at Thompson, Coe, Cousins & Irons LLP, chairwoman of its board at the organization's annual meeting Dec. 13.
"Other officers include vice chairwoman Margaret Jackson of MOH Consulting; secretary Nancy Duncan, community volunteer; assistant secretary Amy Harris of Dunn & Brown Contemporary; treasurer Laura Reed of Carol Reed & Associates; and assistant treasurer Barkley Miller of Law Offices of Barkley T. Miller.
"Board members elected to serve three-year terms include Susan Aldridge, Melissa Auberty, Kathleen Bauer, Steve Bivens, Steve Carter, Melissa Cox, Ms. Moore, Rodney Phelps, Dr. Andreas Reimold, April Spicer and Alayne Sprague.
"The Arthritis Foundation presented its Volunteer of the Year award to Ms. Moore. Bill Huff was named a Lifetime Board Member, and Dr. Stanley Cohen received the group's Howard C. Coggeshall Lifetime Achievement Service Award for his longtime support of the Arthritis Foundation and its programs. The outgoing board chairman was Don Goldman."
Robert Miller writes about people and events of interest to the business community for The Dallas Morning News.