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Contaminated Water Supplies at Camp Lejeune: Assessing Potential Health Effects Appendix B Participants at Public Sessions September 24, 2007, Washington, DC Persons who made formal presentations Major General (Select) Eugene G. Payne, Jr., Assistant Deputy Commandant Installations and Logistics (Facilities), Headquarters Marine Corps Kelly Dreyer, Headquarters Marine Corps Marcia Crosse, U.S. Government Accountability Office Frank Bove, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Morris Maslia, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Jerry Ensminger Persons who made comments at open-microphone session Jeff Byron, The Few, the Proud, the Forgotten Attendees Brynn Ashton, U.S. Marine Corps Cheryl Siegel Scott, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Chris Rennix, Navy Environmental Health Center John Sludden Ken Stier Lita Hyland Marie Roda, Roda Creative Mary A Simmons, Navy Environmental Health Center Paul Dugard, HSIA Shannon Ensminger, Roda Creative Steve Risotto, HSIA Yvonne Walker, Navy Environmental Health Center November 15, 2007, Camp Lejeune, NC Persons who made formal presentations Mary Hill, U.S. Geological Survey Richard Clapp (via conference call) Persons who made comments at open-microphone session Cindy Cribb, Private citizen Col. Michael E. Williams, USCG Training Center
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Contaminated Water Supplies at Camp Lejeune: Assessing Potential Health Effects Curtisteen Hill, Private citizen Eli Sharpless Jeff Byron, The few, the proud, the forgotten (website coordinator) Jerry W. Townsend, retired Kris L. Thomas, Private citizen Marilyn Wallace, retired civilian Mary Walton Freshwater, USMC Nellie Bell, retired civilian Paula Lawrence, Dep Terry Dyer, the Stand Attendees Angelo Inglisa Ann G. Turner Betty Reed Brad I. Walker, Lighthouse Films Catherine Maria Keener, WHQR Public Radio Chelsea Donovan, WITN Clifton Jones, Jr., David Steinberger, CBS news Erika Maureen DuChien Eugene Shelton, WCTI-TV Frances Midgett Hollowell Gareth J. McGrath, Wilmington Star-News James H. Middleton James Highsmith Jennifer Elise Hlad, Jacksonville Daily News Joy Barker Louise Jigettes Marilyn Mejarado Michael Sean Partain Mike Spencer, Wilmington Star-News Morris Levi Maslia, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Rachel E Libert, Tied to the Tracks Films, Inc Reginald Huff, CBS news cameraman Robert Keven Thomas Sandra H. Bridges, CAP member for ASTSDR Steve Goyas Vianna Witcher September 12, 2008, Washington, DC Persons who made formal presentations Frank Bove, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Persons who made comments at open-microphone session Jeff Byron, The Few, the Proud, the Forgotten (website coordinator) Attendees Harold Graef, U.S. Marine Corps Mary Byron Mike Tencate, U.S. Marine Corps Scott Williams, U.S. Marine Corps