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As a result of investigations of alleged violations of the Code of Professional Conduct of the AICPA and/or state CPA societies, the following ethics cases have been resolved by settlement agreement under the Joint Ethics Enforcement Program:

* Robert M. Breed of Concord, Mass., suspended from membership in the AICPA and the Massachusetts Society of CPAs, effective Feb. 8, 2001.

* Howard A. Komendant of Passaic, N.J., suspended from membership in the AICPA, the New York State Society of CPAs and the New Jersey Society of CPAs, effective May 2, 2001.

* James P. Napolitano of Hicksville, N.Y., expelled from membership in the AICPA and the New York State Society of CPAs, effective May 8, 2001.

As a result of decisions by hearing panels of the Joint Trial Board, the following members have had their AICPA memberships:

--Terminated:

* Joseph C. Becker of Houston, Texas, effective May 26, 2001.

* William T. Foxworth of Austin, Texas, effective May 26, 2001.

* Stephen B. Humphries of Little Rock, Ark., effective May 26, 2001.

* R. Leon Noles of North Little Rock, Ark., effective May 26, 2001.

--Suspended for two years:

* Jerry W. Crisp of Garland, Texas, effective May 27, 2001.

* Kenneth R. Johse of Wharton, Texas, effective May 26, 2001.

* Denise D.L. Stuckey of Diana, Texas, effective May 26, 2001.

--Suspended for one year:

* Drew E. Nixon of Carthage, Texas, effective May 27, 2001.

--Suspended for two years as a result of the acceptance of a guilty plea by the Joint Trial Board in lieu of a hearing:

* Frank L. Gazzola of Mankato, Minn., effective May 24, 2001.

--Terminated as a result of the acceptance of a guilty plea by the Joint Trial Board in lieu of a hearing:

* Lee M. Perry of Flint, Mich., effective May 2, 2001.

Under the automatic disciplinary provisions of the Institute's bylaws, the following members have had their AICPA memberships:

--Terminated because of final judgments of conviction for crimes punishable by imprisonment for more than one year:

* Robert T. Caruso of Hohokus, N.J., effective Apr. 10, 2001.

* Philip K. Davis of Sumter, S.C., effective Apr. 25, 2001.

Details on these disciplinary actions can be accessed through:

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