published Monday, July 1st, 2013

Chattanoogan Tom Losh named president-elect of UT Alumni Association

Tom Losh, the new UTC Alumni Board president, stands outside of the UTC Alumni Office.
Tom Losh, the new UTC Alumni Board president, stands outside of the UTC Alumni Office.
Photo by Dan Henry /Chattanooga Times Free Press.

Chattanoogan Tom Losh has been chosen as the president-elect of the University of Tennessee Alumni Association. The association represents more than 335,000 alumni.

A news release noted that Losh has been a student-athlete, basketball and baseball coach, and assistant dean of student affairs for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Mocs.

Worrick Robinson IV is the president of the association for 2013-14. His father served as president in 1971-72. Robinson is managing partner of Robinson, Reagan & Young PLLC in Nashville, Tenn.

Betsy Brasher, who is from Memphis and is a senior vice president of First Tennessee Bank, was elected treasurer of the association.

Added to the board of governors were:

— Chandra Alston, who is from Memphis and is assistant dean for administration at UT Health Science Center.

— Tim Bishop, owner of Control Equipment Co. in Kingsport, Tenn.

— Lisa DeBusk, currently relocation manager for Focus Relocation in Brentwood, Tenn.

— James Morris II, a general surgeon in Lebanon, Tenn.

— Doug Swafford, who serves as a credit and collections manager for U.S. Xpress Inc. in Chattanooga.

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