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Ian Douglas Dunipace

Ian Douglas Dunipace, American Lawyer ( law: pract. & administration)SecuritiesCorporate, generalBankinglawyer. Member State BarAriz. (securities regulation section 1970^, chairman, 1991-1992,; member Pacific S.W. annual conference 1969-1979, lawyer commission 1980-1985, chancellor Desert S.W. annual conference 1985^).

Background

Dunipace, Ian Douglas was born on December 18, 1939 in Tucson. Son of William Smith and Esther Morvyth (McGeorge) Dunipace.

Education

Bachelor magna cum laude, U. Arizona, 1961, Juris Doctor cum laude, 1966 Bar: Arizona 1966, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1972, Nevada 1994, Colorado, 1996. Reporter, critic Long Branch (New Jersey) Daily Record, 1963. Associate firm Jennings, Strouss, Salmon & Trask, Phoenix, 1966-1969.

Associate Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, PLC, Phoenix, 1969-1970, partner, 1971-1993, member, 1993^, chairman commercial practice department, 1998^. Reporter Phoenix Forward Education Committee, 1969-1970. Member Phoenix Arts Commission, 1990-1993, chairman, 1992-1993;board management Downtown Phoenix Young Men’s Christian Association, 1973-1980, chairman, 1977-1978.

Board directors Phoenix Metropolitan Young Men’s Christian Association, 1976-1987, 88^, chairman, 1984-1985. Board management Paradise Valley Young Men’s Christian Association, 1979-1982, chairman, 1980-1981. Board management Scottsdale/Paradise Valley Young Men’s Christian Association, 1983, member legal affairs committee Pacific Region Young Men’s Christian Association, 1978-1981.

Chairman Young Men’s Christian Association Arizona State Youth and Government Committee, 1989-1995. Board directors TheSchoolhouse Foundation, 1990-1996, president, 1990-1994, Kids Voting, 1990-1994, Beaver Valley Improvement Association, 1977-1979, Pi Kappa Alpha Holding Corporation, 1968-1972, The Heard Museum 1993-1994, Arizona Bar Foundation, 1996^, treasurer 1998, 99, vice president, 1999^. Trustee Paradise Valley Unified School District Employee Benefit Trust, 1980-1993, chairman, 1987-1993, School Theology, Claremont, California, 1994^.

Trustee First Methodist Foundation of Phoenix, 1984-1993. Member Greater Paradise Valley Cmty. Council, 1985-1987; board directors Heard Museum Council, 1990-1995, president 1993-1994.

Member Arizona Venture Capital Conference Planning Committee, 1994^, member Executive Committee, 1997^, vice chairman, 1999^. Member Association for Corporation Growth, 1995-1996, Arizona Business Leadership Association, 1996^. Board visitors U. Arizona Law College, 1996^.

Captain Army of the United States, 1961-1963.

Career

Worked at Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, P.L.C. (Phoenix, Arizona) specializing in Corporate Law, Securities Law, Financial Institutions Law. Admitted to the bar, 1966, Arizona. 1972, United States. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit and United States.

Supreme Court; 1994, Nevada. 1996, Colorado.

Assistant Editor, Arizona Law Review, 1965. President, University of Arizona Law College Association, 1985-1986.

Chairman, 1991-1992, Securities Regulation Section. Chairman, 1975-1983, Committee on Unauthorized Practice of Law. Chairman, 1984-1985, Business Law Section, State Bar of Arizona.

Member: Federal Bar Association (Arizona Chapter. President, 1980-1981). Founding Fellow, Arizona Bar Foundation (Member, Board of Directors, 1996—).

Religion

Everyone needs salvation. Everyone can reach salvation.

Views

Christians with different approaches should be engaged with each other to discuss how the Bible should be applied to issues in our contemporary world.

Membership

Reporter Phoenix Forward Education Committee, 1969-1970. Member Phoenix Arts Commission, 1990-1993, chairman, 1992-1993. Board management Downtown Phoenix Young Men’s Christian Association, 1973-1980, chairman 1977-1978.

Board directors Phoenix Metropolitan Young Men’s Christian Association, 1976-1987, 1988-2005, chairman 1984-1985. Board management Paradise Valley Young Men’s Christian Association, 1979-1982, chairman 1980-1981. Board management Scottsdale/Paradise Valley Young Men’s Christian Association, 1983, legal affairs committee Pacific Region Young Men’s Christian Association, 1978-1981.

Chairman Young Men’s Christian Association Arizona State Youth and Government Committee, 1989-1995, community resource board, since 2005. Board directors Schoolhouse Foundation 1990-1996, president 1990-1994, Kids Voting, 1990-1994, Beaver Valley Improvement Association 1977-1979, Pi Kappa Alpha Holding Corporation, 1968-1972, Heard Museum 1993-1994, Arizona Bar Foundation, 1996-2003, president, 2001-2002, Phoenix Kiwanis Charitable Foundation, 2001-2006, president, 2005-2006, Phoenix Center Community Development, 2002-2004. Trustee Paradise Valley Unified District Employee Benefit Trust, 1980-1993, chairman 1987-1993, School Theology, Claremont, California 1994-2006, chairman, 2004-2006.

Board managers Desert Schools Finance Services, since 2003. Trustee First Methodist Foundation Phoenix, 1984-1993, 99—, president, 2002-2004. Active Greater Paradise Valley Community Council, 1985-1987.

Board directors Heard Museum Council, 1990-1995, president 1993-1994. Member Arizona Venture Capital Conference Planning Committee, 1994-2003, executive committee 1997-2003, chairman, 2000. Member Association for Corporation Growth, 1995-1996, Arizona Business Leadership Association, 1996-2005, board directors, 2001-2004, secretary-treasurer, 2002-2004, Arizona Town Hall, since 2003.

Board visiting University Arizona Law College, 1996-2003. Member metropolitan Phoenix commission, Methodist Church, 1968-1971, lay leader, 1975-1978, trustee, 1979-1981, president, 1981. Member Pacific Southwest annual Methodist Conference, 1969-1979, lawyer commission, 1980-1985, chancellor Desert Southwest annual conference 1985-2005.

Captain Army of the United States, 1961-1963. Member State Bar Arizona (securities regulation section 1970-2004, chairman 1991-1992, member committee unauthorized practice of law 1972-1984, chairman 1975-1983, member business law section since 1981, chairman 1984-1985), State Bar Nevada, State Bar Colorado, American, Federal (president Arizona chapter 1980-1981), Maricopa County Bar Associations (board directors Corporation Council division 1996-1999), University Arizona Law College Association (board directors 1983-1990, president 1985-1986), University Arizona Alumni Association (board directors 1985-1986), Masons, Kiwanis (president Phoenix 1984-1985, distinguished lieutenant governor 1986-1987, Southwest district community service chairman 1987-1988, district activity committee coordinator 1988-1989, district laws and regulation chairman 1989-1990, 92-93, 95-96, since 2002, assistant to district governor for club services 1990-1991, field director 1991-1992, district convention chairman 1993-1994, public relations chairman 1996-1998, member international committee on Project 39, 1988-1989, international committee On to Anaheim 1990-1991, international committee on leadership training and development 1991-1992, 93-94, trustee Southwest district foundation 1987-1992, 1st vice president 1990-1992), Orange Tree Club, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Alpha Theta, Sigma Delta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Kappa Alpha (national counsel 1968-1972).

Connections

Married Janet Mae Dailey, June 9, 1963. Children: Kenneth Mark, Leslie Amanda.

Politics

The use of force should be supported, but only in extreme situations and only when the need is clear beyond reasonable doubt, and through appropriate international organizations.