Kathy Slomianski

Legal secretary/Assistant

Kathy Slomianski handles much of the legal paperwork for the law office. She is the one clients turn to for scheduling calls and meetings with the firm’s attorney and paralegals. Hers is the pleasant voice generally answering the phone.

In between her jobs at law firms, Kathy worked for a funeral home and a cemetery, another industry where it’s crucial to get every detail right.

In her free time, Kathy helps with her husband’s entrepreneurial venture. She also enjoys writing songs, and spending time with family and friends. 





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