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Martha B. Sosman Martha B. Sosman (October 20, 1950 – March 10, 2007) was an American lawyer and jurist from Massachusetts. Appointed by Governor Paul Cellucci, she served as an Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court from 2000 until her death.
Martha B. Sosman Sosman was born in Boston in 1950 and grew up in Concord. Sosman graduated from Concord-Carlisle Regional High School in 1968, from Middlebury College "cum laude" in 1972, and from the University of Michigan Law School "magna cum laude" in 1979. Sosman worked as an attorney with Foley, Hoag & Eliot in Boston from 1979 to 1984 before becoming an Assistant U.S. Attorney for two years. Following this, Sosman was chief of the Civil Division at the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Massachusetts in Boston, serving from 1986 to 1989. In 1989, Sosman left government service to become a founder of Kern, Sosman, Hagerty, Roach & Carpenter, P.C. with three other Assistant U.S. Attorneys. This was the first all-woman law firm in Massachusetts.
Martha B. Sosman Sosman became an associate justice of the Massachusetts Superior Court in 1993, and was recruited for the bench by Justice Robert J. Cordy of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Governor Paul Cellucci nominated Sosman to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court on September 6, 2000 at the age of 49.
Martha B. Sosman Sosman was one of three justices to dissent in the "Goodridge v. Department of Public Health" case, which legalized same-sex marriage in Massachusetts.
Martha B. Sosman In April 2005, Sosman was diagnosed with breast cancer. She died of respiratory failure nearly two years later. Governor Deval Patrick appointed Margot Botsford as Sosman's successor on July 26, 2007.
Goodridge v. Department of Public Health Justices Robert J. Cordy, Francis X. Spina, and Martha Sosman filed separate dissents from the Court's ruling.
Margot Botsford In 1989, Botsford was appointed as an Associate Justice of the Superior Court, where she served for eighteen years until her appointment to the Supreme Judicial Court after the death of Justice Martha B. Sosman.
American Association of Neurological Surgeons Other charter members of the society were Gilbert Anderson, Paul C. Bucy, W. Edward Chamberlain, Leo M. Davidoff, Louise Eisenhardt, Edgar Fincher, John F. Fulton, W. James Gardner, William J. German, Franc D. Ingraham, Franklin Jelsma, Edgar Kahn, Roland Klemme, James G. Lyerly Sr., Eric Oldberg, Tracy Putnam, Frederic Schreiber, Merril C. Sosman, and Frank R. Teachenor.
Orpheum Theatre (Champaign, Illinois) The owners were Joseph M. Finn and Marcus Heiman of F&H Amusement Company. General contractor was Wile Brothers of Chicago, specialists in theater construction. The contract price was between $65,000 and $70,000. Work began in late May 1914. Mandel Brothers of Chicago had the contract for the draperies and other interior decorations. The scenery was done by Sosman & Landis of Chicago, who were considered the best scenery painters in the middle west.
Winona Masonic Temple The most prominent interior feature was a large proscenium-arch stage at the heart of the building. The stage and its scenery were important in the rites and rituals of the various orders of masons, especially the Scottish Rite. The WMBA bought ninety-eight hand-painted scenic drops that were produced by Sosman and Landis Scene Painting Studios in Chicago. The temple was completed in December 1909 with mahogany finishes that reflected Masonic ideology. Masonic furniture and other decorations were also purchased.