Williams Hughes highly values its staff. These experienced and considerate people make all we do possible.
From left to right, in the back row, first is Amanda Finch. Amanda has worked for Michael Kleaveland for over 16 years. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Davenport University, with highest honors, in paralegal studies. Amanda works closely with clients to help with their estate and probate needs.
Next is Kelly Horness. Kelly has been with the firm for over 10 years. Kelly serves as both a paralegal and bookkeeper for the firm. She has a bachelor’s degree from Grand Valley State University in paralegal studies. She is hard-working and efficient, and is happy to help our clients with whatever issues arise.
Next is Mary Beth Gray, Mary is trained as a paralegal, and is also responsible for coordinating Doug Hughes’ schedule. Mary has been with the firm in all of its incarnations for over 30 years. Her dedication and experience make her an invaluable part of our team.
In the back on the right is Lynne Fuller. Lynne came to us after she retired from the City of Norton Shores, where she served as its Clerk. She is now putting her experience to use on behalf of our clients.
In the front on the left is Kasey Spofford. Kasey returned to the firm in 2015, and we couldn’t be happier to have her back. Kasey has quite a bit of experience working in the legal field, as she worked for former Williams Hughes attorney Jim Kobza and most recently for Ed Wasiura.
Finally, we have our receptionist and security expert, Cathy Everett. Cathy has worked here for over 10 years, and helps out with nearly every aspect of what the firm does. Just a few of the issues she is responsible for include our prosecution services, our telephone system, our closed files, ordering supplies and much more.
Every member of our staff is an important part of what we do, and we are pleased to have a group that works so well together.