Griffin et al v. Alamo et al
AMENDED ORDER re 321 Joint MOTION to Dismiss. Signed by Honorable Susan O. Hickey on March 24, 2017. (mll)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
VANESSA GRIFFIN; MARCUS GRIFFIN;
BROOKLYNN HOWARD; ALSANDRIA REID;
ALPHONSO REID; ANGELA ONDRISEK;
NICHOLAS BRODERICK; MATTHEW BRODERICK;
MARISSA BRODERICK; SHAINA BRODERICK;
NATHAN GRIFFIN by and through his next friend
Tonia Griffin; and ALEXIS BRODERICK by and through
her next friend Sheldon Griffis
TONY ALAMO a/k/a BERNIE L. HOFFMAN;
TONY AND SUSAN ALAMO FOUNDATION;
TWENTY FIRST CENTURY HOLINESS
TABERNACLE CHURCH, INC.; ARMFUL OF HELP;
ADVANTAGE FOOD GROUP; ADVANTAGE SALES, LLC;
ACTION DISTRIBUTORS, INC.; GLORYLAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH;
GREG SEAGO; ANGELA MORALES; RON DECKER;
DON WOLF; STEVE LOVELLETTE; TOMMY SCARCELLO;
JEANNE ESTATES APARTMENTS, INC.;
RITE WAY ROOFING, INC.; STEVEN JOHNSON; SALLY DEMOULIN;
THE ESTATE OF JOHN KOLBECK OR OTHER DESIGNEE;
JOHN DOES I-X – SHAREHOLDERS, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS
OR EMPLOYEES OF ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS, AND ANY
OTHER BUSINESS ASSOCIATED WITH ABOVE
THIRD PARTY PLAINTIFFS
GREG SEAGO; GINA ELIZABETH HOWARD;
ALPHONSO REID, SR.; CYNTHIA YATES REID;
RICHARD ONDRISEK; DEBRA ONDRISEK; AND
THIRD PARTY DEFENDANTS
On March 23, 2017, the Court issued an order granting the parties’ Joint Motion for
Dismissal with Prejudice. (ECF No. 322). The order is amended to reflect that an additional
party remains in the action. The order is amended as follows:
Before the Court is the Parties’ Joint Motion for Dismissal with Prejudice. (ECF No.
321). The parties state that Plaintiffs’ claims pending against Defendants Advantage Food
Group; Advantage Sales, LLC; Ron Decker; Donn Wolf; Steve Lovellette; Jeanne Estates
Apartments, Inc.; Steve Johnson (a/k/a Steven Johnson); Action Distributors, Inc.; Angela
Morales; Tommy Scarcello; Rite Way Roofing, Inc. (including Shimon Levin and Don Davis
d/b/a Right Way Roofing); and Sally Demoulin have been fully settled and compromised.
Pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 41(a)(2), the parties’ motion is GRANTED, and
Plaintiffs’ claims against the above-named Defendants are hereby DISMISSED WITH
The parties further state that Third Party Plaintiffs’ claims pending against Third Party
Defendants Greg Seago, Gina Elizabeth Howard, Alphonso Reid, Sr., Cynthia Yates Reid,
Richard Ondrisek, Debra Ondrisek, and Brian Broderick have been fully settled and
compromised. Pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 41(a)(2), the parties’ motion is
GRANTED, and Third Party Plaintiffs’ claims against the above-named Third Party Defendants
are hereby DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE.
If any party desires that the terms of settlement be a part of the record therein, those terms
should be reduced to writing and filed with the court within thirty (30) days of the entry of this
order. The Court shall retain jurisdiction over the terms of the settlement agreement, including
the confidentiality provision of the settlement and release agreement.
The Court finds that Plaintiffs’ claims against the following Defendants remain in this
action: Tony Alamo a/k/a Bernie L. Hoffman, the Tony and Susan Alamo Foundation, Twenty
First Century Holiness Tabernacle Church, Inc., Armful of Help, Gloryland Christian Church,
Greg Seago and John Does I-X. On February 8, 2017, the Clerk of Court entered a text only
notice regarding Plaintiffs’ failure to file a proof of timely service for Defendants Armful of
Help, Gloryland Christian Church and Twenty First Century Holiness Tabernacle Church, Inc.
Plaintiffs are directed to file proof of timely service, or a statement as to when such proof will be
filed, within fifteen (15) days of the filing of this Order. If Plaintiffs fail to file proof of timely
service or a statement as to when such proof will be filed, the Clerk of Court is directed to
dismiss Plaintiffs’ claims for failure to timely serve.
IT IS SO ORDERED, this 24th day of March, 2017.
/s/ Susan O. Hickey
Susan O. Hickey
United States District Judge
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