In the Community
Not only do our attorneys provide quality and confidential legal service to our client, but the firm has a strong tradition of service within the greater Wadsworth and Medina Communities. Connecting to the community and meeting needs within the neighborhoods in which we work, play, and pray is a hallmark of our firm.
Linda Hoffmann has donated countless hours in service to children as a member of the Kiwanis Club of Medina. Serving as a prior club officer and president, she has twice been recognized by the club as Kiwanian of the Year for helping the club fulfill its mission: “dedicated to improving the world, one child and one community at a time.”
Mary Jo Morse is dedicated and involved in the Medina County Community. She was instrumental in the establishment and growth of Hospice of Medina County, having served as President of its Board of Directors. She continued her dedication to the medical future of Medina in serving on the Board of Directors for Medina General Hospital. She also assisted in the formation of the Medina County Battered Women’s Shelter. Mary Jo served as the President of the Medina County Bar Association in 2000 and served on the Board for Leadership Medina County. In addition, she has served on the Board of Directors for the A. I. Root Candle Company for 18 years.
In addition to these fine organizations, our firm members have many dedicated years of service on City Council in Medina and Wadsworth, the Wadsworth City School Board, Medina County Public Defender Commission, Medina Civil Service Commission, Salvation Army, United Way, Project: LEARN, Medina Hospital, Wadsworth Chamber of Commerce and countless other community and church groups — all with a purpose to enrich and encourage vibrant communities for working and living.