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Syme

(sīm),
James, Scottish surgeon, 1799-1870. See: Syme amputation, Syme operation.
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In addition to a wide ranging business litigation practice, Simes maintains an active pro bono practice, with a particular focus on education, homelessness and poverty issues.
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Another member of Post 6778, Bill Malone, supported Simes' endeavors by securing donations from the Post for radio ads promoting rallies coordinated by Simes.
In addition, according to Simes, the Clinton administration's efforts were clumsy at every turn, lurching from heavy-handed bullying of Moscow to naively failing to put verification procedures in place on how aid funds would be spent.
Simes has been a certified financial planner for a decade, and presently is a CFP practitioner with Carl P.
Simes will be held in the Miles Funeral Home, 1158 Main St.