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Business people, Friday, March 15, 1013

LAW

  • Huddleston Bolen has named Jason Roma and Patrick White as the firm's newest partners.
  • Roma is a Huntington native who graduated from the West Virginia University College of Law in 2004. He works out of the firm's Huntington office, where he specializes in products liability, premises liability, toxic tort litigation, general insurance defense, transportation law, and FELA defense.

    White works out of the firm's Charleston office, focusing primarily on professional liability defense, construction law, transportation law, and all areas of insurance law. A 2005 graduate of the WVU College of Law, White has experience defending mining companies, construction contractors, retail stores, lawyers, insurance agents, real estate agents, and transportation companies.

  • Bill Snider has been hired at Huddleston Bolen's Legacy Planning Group, which helps clients helps clients plan for how their legacy will continue after their death.
  • Snider formerly served as a senior vice president and chief counsel at a large regional bank, specializing in wills, trusts and contracts. At the firm, Snider will assist clients with will and estate planning, trusts, tax planning, business succession planning, real estate, and litigation.

    A graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law, Snider will work out of the firm's Huntington and Charleston offices.

    HEALTH CARE

  • Cabell Huntington Hospital senior vice president and chief operating officer Glen A. Washington has been appointed to a three-year term on the American College of Healthcare Executives legislative body, the Council of Regents.
  • Washington joined Cabell Huntington Hospital in 2007 and is the immediate past president of the West Virginia Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives.  

    As part of the Council of Regents, Washington will assisting in approving governance and membership regulations as well as promoting ACHE programs, services and activities in the region.

    PHILANTHROPY

  • Dona Young has been elected to the board of directors at the Save the Children global humanitarian and relief organization.
  • A White Sulphur Springs resident, young is the retired chairman and chief executive officer at the Phoenix Companies, an insurance and asset management firm.

    Young is one of 34 people on the Save the Children's Board of Trustees. The group is dedicated to the mission of creating lasting change for children in need in the United States and around the world.

     


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