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CFP Board Discloses Bankruptcies by CFP® Professionals

WASHINGTON, April 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. announces today the names of CFP® professionals who have declared bankruptcy within the last five years and, under rules that took effect July 1, 2012, are not subject to disciplinary procedures but will have their bankruptcy disclosed.

CFP Board does not investigate, and the Disciplinary and Ethics Commission does not adjudicate, bankruptcy-only cases. Rather, CFP Board verifies the bankruptcy and notes the bankruptcy filing on the CFP® professional's public profile, which is available through the search functions on CFP Board's website. CFP Board will also share with consumers and other stakeholders who contact CFP Board regarding a CFP® professional's certification status the information in the CFP® professional's public profile, including identifying whether the CFP® professional has filed bankruptcy. All disclosures regarding a bankruptcy filed by a CFP® professional will remain on CFP Board's website for 10 years from the earlier of the date the CFP® professional disclosed the bankruptcy to CFP Board or the date CFP Board became aware of the bankruptcy.

The public may review an individual's bankruptcy information and certification status with CFP Board at www.CFP.net/search. For more detail regarding a CFP® professional's bankruptcy filing, please visit the U.S. Court's Public Access to Court Electronic Records ("PACER") website, which can be found at https://pacer.login.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/login.pl?court_id=00pcl. Please note that you will be required to register and pay a nominal fee to view the information.

This disclosure of these names is made pursuant to CFP Board's rules regarding single-bankruptcy cases and covers the fourth quarter of 2013. The release of the information below does not constitute discipline of these individuals and is provided only for purpose of providing consumers with adequate information to make an informed decision with regard to engaging a CFP® professional to assist with financial decisions.


NAME

LOCATION

STATE

BANKRUPTCY TYPE

FILING DATE

Mr. Reid L. Allen

Sacramento

CA

Personal

March 2011

Mr. William H. Baker

Opelousas

LA

Personal

June 2012

Mr. William Larry Bendt

Charleston

SC

Personal

July 2009

Mr. Charles T. Black, Jr.

Orlando

FL

Personal

January 2012

Mr. Adam J. Brooks

Portland

OR

Personal

February 2013

Ms. Nancy Castile Callahan

San Jose

CA

Personal

September 2010

Mr. Zack Carnes

Atlanta

GA

Personal

January 2012

Mrs. Cindy Ann Carpenter

Phoenix

AZ

Personal

May 2009

Mr. Ronald Scott Chalmers

Ft. Myers

FL

Personal

June 2010

Mr. Benjamin L. Champion

Orlando

FL

Personal

August 2011

Mrs. Alicia K. Cole

Grand Rapids

MI

Personal

June 2011

Mr. Gregory D. Cook

Dayton

OH

Personal

May 2010

Mr. Benjamin L. Crawford, IV

Birmingham

AL

Personal

December 2009

Mr. Tiberio P. DeJulio

Atlanta

GA

Personal

March 2013

Mr. Dennis J. Demuth

Worchester

MA

Personal

October 2010

Mr. Jeffrey Edwards

Onalska

WA

Personal

December 2009

Mr. Brian D. Ellison

Flint

MI

Personal

December 2012

Mr. Ashley W. Folkes

Atlanta

GA

Personal

March 2010

Ms. Lorraine A. Gallagher

Joliet

IL

Personal

October 2012

Mrs. Jeri Margolis Glazer

Greenbelt

MD

Personal

March 2013

Mr. Andrei S. Hall

Santa Ana

CA

Personal

February 2011

Mr. Thomas J. Hatton

Tampa

FL

Personal

January 2013

Ms. Elizabeth F. Hicks

Newark

NJ

Personal

May 2011

Ms. Ethel A. Hillman

Atlanta

GA

Personal

July 2009

Mr. James B. Hoffman

Trenton

NJ

Personal

January 2011

Mr. Harold J. Hunt, Jr.

Baltimore

MD

Personal

April 2010

Mr. Edward C. Irwin

Detroit

MI

Personal

November 2012

Ms. Jean E. Kerr

Minneapolis

MN

Personal

December 2012

Ms. Jennifer L. Kilby

Cook County

IL

Personal

September 2010

Mr. Aaron D. Kolkman

Phoenix

AZ

Personal

November 2009

Mr. Henry E. Landa

Miami

FL

Personal

August 2013

Ms. Mary Katherine Mac Nee

Riverside

CA

Personal

December 2010

Mr. Mark J. Martin

Pittsburgh

PA

Personal

January 2013

Ms. Irene Maxwell

Oakland

CA

Personal

April 2012

Mr. Aleksandar Milic

Las Vegas

NV

Personal

November 2012

Mr. Anthony F. Morgillo

New Haven

CT

Personal

December 2011

Mr. Richard J. Morowczynski

Chicago

IL

Personal

June 2011

Ms. Shelly Nelson

Phoenix

AZ

Personal

July 2009

Mrs. Melissa Pearce

Santa Ana

CA

Personal

March 2009

Mr. Matthew Martin Puttroff

Denver

CO

Personal

September 2009

Ms. Durene Scott

Tampa

FL

Personal

December 2011

Mr. Patrick J. Sullivan

Clermont

OH

Personal

September 2012

Mr. Deshunnon L. Thomas

Atlanta

GA

Personal

December 2012

Mr. W. Travis Webb

Louisville

KY

Personal

September 2009

Mrs. Melissa A. Wieder

Indianapolis

IN

Personal

April 2012

Mr. Michael G. Wirtes

Riverside

CA

Personal

August 2010

Mr. Mark A. Witaschek

Washington

DC

Personal

January 2013

Ms. Pamela Zentko

Albany

NY

Personal

April 2010

ABOUT CFP BOARD
The mission of Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. is to benefit the public by granting the CFP® certification and upholding it as the recognized standard of excellence for competent and ethical personal financial planning. The Board of Directors, in furthering CFP Board's mission, acts on behalf of the public, CFP® professionals and other stakeholders. CFP Board owns the certification marks CFP®, Certified Financial Planner™, CFP® (with plaque design) and CFP® (with flame design) in the U.S., which it awards to individuals who successfully complete CFP Board's initial and ongoing certification requirements.  CFP Board currently authorizes more than 69,000 individuals to use these marks in the U.S.

SOURCE Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc.

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