Winners of Allen & Allen HOMETOWN HEROES 2015 Award Announced; Law Firm Begins Annual Celebration Series

July 14, 2015 – The personal injury law firm of Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen has announced the winners of the 2015 Allen & Allen HOMETOWN HEROES award in celebration of local acts of kindness and heroism.

“The winners of the 2015 Allen & Allen HOMETOWN HEROES represent the spirit of giving and define what being a community is all about,” said Trent Kerns, President of Allen & Allen. “For over 100 years Allen & Allen has been inspired by the everyday heroes around us – people who devote their time, energy, and talents toward improving our communities.”
Nominations for the annual Allen & Allen HOMETOWN HEROES award were accepted from April 7, 2015 to May 24, 2015. The public was asked to complete a nomination form in honor of their favorite local hero responsible for generating positive and measurable change in the community or in their personal life. The award represents an annual tradition for the local law firm, having honored over 300 individuals since it was created in 2010.
“Allen & Allen looks forward to the HOMETOWN HEROES award every year – it’s a time for celebration and a time to honor the citizens of the Commonwealth who demonstrate what it takes to be a true hero,” said Kerns. “The annual Allen & Allen HOMETOWN HERO award is our way of thanking neighborhood leaders, dedicated teachers, our brave first responders, and others striving to make the community a better place.”
The selected HOMETOWN HEROES represent inspiration to Allen & Allen. They are firemen, policemen, foster parents, disability advocates, small business owners, and more. Each of the local individuals selected represent a unique and inspiring story of giving in some capacity, either on a large scale or through small everyday acts of kindness. To read about each of the HOMETOWN HEROES visit www.allenandallen.com/hometown-heroes.
The winning Allen & Allen HOMETOWN HEROES will be honored at a series of award events taking place in Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Charlottesville. The law firm invites the community to come out and celebrate these extraordinary individuals. The schedule of events includes:

Friday, July 17, 2015
Chamomile and Whiskey Concert
Charlottesville, Virginia
Fridays After Five

Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Richmond Flying Squirrels Baseball Game
Richmond, Virginia

Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Heart Concert
Fredericksburg, Virginia
Celebrate Virginia Live Concert

The winning 2015 Allen & Allen Hometown Heroes include:

Clint Arrington

Nathou Attinger

Paula Bartello

Robert Bell, Jr.

Shaw Blackmon

Kimberly Braine-Tillem

Janet Call

Sam Carannante

Jonathan Carrier

Bianca Clark

Patricia Clement

George Fickett

Patricia FitzGerald

Karen Foster

Mark Gillispie

Sally Graham

James Gregory, Sr.

Chris Hall

Richard Halterman

Mary Hetzel

Walter Hussey

Morgan Jacobs

Kit Jenkins

Darrel Johnson

C. Lynn Lenahan

Christoph Lynch

Henry Mack

Cynthia Marlowe

Leigh McCrea

Thomas McGowan

LinGina Moe

Alma Morgan

Rosia Parker

Nicholas Pasker

Tom Powell

Mary Beth Rich

Sharon Richardson

Adam Rodriguez

Bert Seitzinger

Lou Stevens

Sylvia Stewart

Sherry Taylor

Tina Townsend

John J. Wall

Shannon Walsh

Julia Warren

Kiara Weatherless

Matthew Webster

Rose Williams

Clarence Williams

Carol Williams

David Witt

 

About the Firm:
http://www.allenandallen.com/

Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen is the oldest and largest law firm in Virginia limiting its practice to personal injury. In business for over 100 years, the firm currently has more than 30 attorneys who handle wrongful death cases and personal injury cases involving motor vehicle accidents, tractor-trailer accidents, brain injury, medical malpractice, product liability and more. Allen & Allen has eight offices located throughout Virginia in Richmond, Petersburg, Fredericksburg, Mechanicsville, Short Pump, Chesterfield County, Garrisonville, and Charlottesville.

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