CP man named to state’s gaming commission
February 4, 2014 1:56PM
A Crown Point man has been named to the Indiana Gaming Commission by Gov. Mike Pence.
According to a press release from Pence, Joseph Svetanoff, a Merrillville attorney, will join the comissiion immediately. He joins new appointments Anita Sherman of Indianapolis and Marc Fine of Evenasville.
Svetanoff, the release said, is an attorney at Harris Law Firm in Merrillville.
He previously served as a public defender with the Town of Merrillville Criminal Court and earned his undergraduate degree from Butler University. He earned his law dregree from Valparaiso University, the release said. His term ends Aug 31, 2015.
Sherman is president of Greenwalt CPAs Inc., where she has worked since 1985, the press release said. She is a graduate of Manchester University and she will serve until Aug. 31, 2016.
Fine has been reappointed to the commission. Fine, an attorney, is managing partner at Rudolph, Fine, Porter & Johnson in Evansville. Fine earned his undergraduate degree from Indiana University and his law degree from the University of Illinois, the release said. Fine’s term is effective immediately, and he will serve until Aug. 31, 2016.