Recess Appointments of the Membership of the Legal Services Corporation, and Designation of Acting Chairman

December 31, 1981

The President has granted recess appointments to the following individuals as members of the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation. The President has also designated William J. Olson as Acting Chairman.

Howard H. Dana, Jr., of Cape Elizabeth, Maine, is a partner in the Portland, Maine, law firm of Verrill & Dana. Mr. Dana is 41 years old and is married, with three children. He succeeds Robert J. Kutak.

Marc Sandstrom, of La Jolla, Calif., is the executive vice president of the San Diego Federal Savings and Loan. He is 46 years old and is married, with four children. Mr. Sandstrom succeeds Richard Allan Trudell.

William F. Harvey, of Indianapolis, Ind., is Carl M. Gray Professor of Law with the Indianapolis University. He is also on the board of advisors of the Pacific Legal Foundation's College of Public Interest Law. He is 49 years old. He succeeds Howard R. Sacks.

William J. Olson, of Falls Church, Va., is currently a partner with the law firm of Smiley, Murphy, Olson & Gilman located in Washington, D.C. Mr. Olson is 32 years old and is married. He succeeds F. William McCalpin.

George E. Paras, of Sacramento, Calif., is currently in the private practice of law with the firm of Johnson, Greve, Clifford, and Diepenbrock in Sacramento. Prior to that, Justice Paras was appointed to the Superior Court of Sacramento County and later elevated to the California District Court of Appeal for the Third Appellate District. He is 47 years old and is married, with two children. He succeeds Michael Kantor.

Robert Sherwood Stubbs II, of Waleska, Ga., is executive assistant attorney general for the State of Georgia. Mr. Stubbs is 59 years old and is married, with two children. He succeeds Ramona Toledo Shump.

David E. Satterfield III, of Richmond, Va., is a lawyer with the firm of Cook, Purcell, Hansen and Henderson in Washington, D.C. Mr. Satterfield is 61 years old and is married. He succeeds Revius O. Ortique, Jr.