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Mark Moody Ristau, American Lawyer, petroleum consultant ( law: pract. & administration)BankingBankruptcyCommercial, contracts (including commercial financing)lawyer, petroleum consultant. Recipient Tate Memorial award, 1981; Sambas award, 1981.

Background

Ristau, Mark Moody was born on March 21, 1944 in Warren, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Harold J. and Eleanor K. (Moody) R. Bachelor, Pennsylvania Military College, 1966.

Education

Bachelor, Pennsylvania Military College, 1966. Bachelor, Widner College, 1966. Juris Doctor, Case Western Reserve University, 1969.

Career

Bar: Pennsylvania 1970, District of Columbia 1972,Supreme Court of the United States Court 1973, New York 1982. Private practice, Warren, 1970-1985, Warren and Vancouver, B.C., Canada, 1976-1985, Jamestown, New York, 1982-1985, senior partner Ristau & McKeirnan, Warren, 1986^. Senior director Pennsylvania Allied Oil Producers, 1972-1978, attorney for Pennsylvania Field Producers, 1981-1985.

Partner Sons of the American Revolution Development, 1984-1991, Slagle Almendinger & Ristau, 1983-1989. Director Try-M Fin.Co., 1978-1981. Counsel United Refining Company, Pennbank, Enchanced Oil Recovery, Consolidated Services, 1982-1984.

Chairman of the Board Commercial Service Corporation, United States interim trustee, 1979-1988, bankruptcy trustee, 1988-1998. Chief Executive Officer, Silicon Electro-physics Corporation, Inc., 1988-1991, Phoenix Materials Corporation, Inc., 1988-1991. Chairman, Board Of Directors Warren Industries, Inc., 1991-1994.

Board directors Petrex, Inc., A & A Metal Fabricating. United States counsel Brazilian Promotions, Inc. of Brazilian Government, 1981-1985. Vice president Daytona Apts., Inc., Daytona Beach, Florida.

Secretary Daytona Development League.

Membership

Secretary Daytona Development League. Member Warren County Board Public Assistance, 1970—1971, chairman, 1971—1972. Member Broward County (Florida) Development League, 1981—1983, Florida Professional Recruitment Association, 1980—1983.

Member of Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Warren County Bar Association (past president), American Arbitration Association, Conewango (Warren), Ipanema (Brazil), Eagles (life).