Legal consultant, Phil Lenzini is the principal contributor of the information contained in the Administrative Ready Reference, a valuable resource, used by public library administrators, board members and trustees to answer library administration and governance questions.Read More
Cross jurisdictional child support issues can be challenging and a person facing these issues would be well-advised to seek counsel from an experienced family law attorney. Contact our office today for an in-person, one-on-one consultation.Read More
Bruce Thiemann, vice chairman of the committee, said the memorial will be about 40 feet by 20 feet, and three bronze soldier statues will be “marching” back to their bases — one representing veterans from the Korean War, one from the Vietnam War and one from Afghanistan and Iraq.Read More
Kavanagh, Scully, Sudow, White & Frederick, P.C. recently took home the Illinois State Bar Association’s John C. McAndrews Pro Bono Service Award. Nominated by PILI for its commitment to pro bono service, this firm sets the standard for pro bono in small firms in Illinois.Read More
Phillip Lenzini is the recipient of the 2015 Public Servant Award for his years of service to Illinois Libraries, Municipalities, School, Park, Police and Fire Districts. The award is given by the Public Interest law Committee of the Peoria County Bar Association. Phil is the first practicing attorney to win this award since it's inception with previous awards going to one sitting and one retired judge. Congratulations Phil, and thank you for your years of service to governmental agency clients!
Congratulations to our very own Karen Stumpe!! Winner of the Woman to Woman Leader Award in Business!!
Posted May 13, 2015 at 7:50 PM
Updated May 13, 2015 at 7:57 PM
PEORIA — An attorney who helped Methodist Medical Center become UnityPoint Health-Methodist, is among the winners of the 2015 Women to Women Leader Luncheon Awards.
Karen Stumpe won the business and professions award. She formerly served on the Methodist Medical Center board of trustees. As chairwoman, she led the board during the hospital’s affiliation with Iowa-based UnityPoint Health and later served on the corporate board.