MAKE NEW FRIENDS, BUT KEEP THE OLD; THOSE ARE SILVER, THESE ARE GOLD.

MAKE NEW FRIENDS, BUT KEEP THE OLD; THOSE ARE SILVER, THESE ARE GOLD.

Old friends are gold.” That was the theme of the reunion luncheon for our law firm paralegals held at the Columbia Tower Club in Seattle on November 22nd. Lita arranged the entire affair.

We were fortunate in having a number of people able to attend. These included Bonnie Mullen; Cathy Galfano; Darlene Walters; Deborah Scott; Diane Donohue; Fran Fee; Heather Thweatt; Jeanne Skeels; Jill Hatcher; Julie Olson Harris; Karen Forsman Eichler; Linda FitzGerald; Margaret Nidermayer; Marilyn Khalife; Mavis Estrada; Patti Bennett; Paula Taysi; Sheri Helle and Starr Sanborn.

ReunionWe enjoyed having lunch together, but the real pleasure was in sharing stories and experiences in connection with the law firm and our Reunion.5 work as a team. Lita and I decided to have the lunch because of our gratitude for all of the help we had been given by the team of paralegals who worked for us over the years. They all were dedicated to the clients we represented and put in long hours performing their professional work. Without the contribution of our paralegals we would not have been able to obtain the justice that the clients received. They all shared in the gratitude of clients.

As I told them, they are entitled to all of the awards, honors or acknowledgments that we received as lawyers. It was a true team effort at every one of performed above and beyond.

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