Council nominees await Salt Lake City

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The 2000 AVMA council nominations were reviewed by the Executive Board at its meeting in April. Twenty-five nominees are running for 11 positions on seven councils. The House of Delegates will elect the council members at its July meeting in Salt Lake City. At that time, additional nominations may be submitted from the floor.

Terms of elected council members are six years.

Candidates for council vacancies in 2000

Council Professional category Nominees for council vacancies
Judicial None specified Charles D. Knecht, Opelika, Ala
Emily A. Walton, Findlay, Ohio
Education Private food animal clinical practice


Private clinical practice, *exclusively (two positions)
Bertram R. Berg, Hettinger, ND
L. Kirk Clark, Lafayette, Ind

David G. Bristol, New Hill, NC
Russell O. Crisman, Corvallis, Ore
George B. Cuellar, Valencia, Calif
Janver D. Krehbiel, Mason, Mich
Edward H. Stephenson, Olney, Md
Samuel E. Strahm, Pawhuska, Okla

Douglas G. Aspros, White Plains, NY
R. David Childers, Holly Springs, Mass
Janeen G.K. Stobaeus, Brunswick, Ga
Peter Vanderloo, Dodgeville, Wis
Research Private clinical practice, *predominantly (new category specified for existing position) No candidates
Veterinary Service Private practice, *exclusively small animal John A. Hamil, Laguna Beach, Calif
Darrell M. Riffel, Little Rock, Ark
Biologic and Therapeutic Agents Member-at-Large Richard Fayrer-Hosken, Athens, Ga
M. Gatz Riddell, Auburn, Ala
David K. Rosen, Kalamazoo, Mich
Public Health and Regulatory Veterinary Medicine Agricultural agencies Jacob Casper, Baltimore
R. David Glauer, Loudonville, Ohio
Jan A. Leder, Columbus, Miss
Public Relations Private practice, *predominantly food animal

Richard F. Taylor, Fayette, Mo

Frank E. Walker, New Rockford, ND
Gary A. Vroegindewey, San Antonio
*For the purpose of category designation, the word "predominantly" means that 50 percent or more of the candidate's professional activity is in the category specified, and "exclusively" means that 90 percent or more of the candidate's activity is in the category specified.