McLane Middleton is pleased to announce that Brenda Beer was recently presented with the firm’s John R. McLane, Jr. Community Service Award during its annual Colleague Recognition Reception.
This annual award is given to the McLane Middleton attorney, paralegal, or administrative colleague who exemplifies the highest commitment to the community based on colleague observations, peer reviews and client recommendations. The award is named after former partner, John R. McLane, Jr., who had a long history serving the community.
Brenda is an administrative assistant in the firm’s Manchester office. She has been with the firm for over 45 years.
After listing the many ways Brenda has served the community, including organizing a crochet group who make hats for the military, making Quilts of Valor for the military, and forming a team of colleagues who bake for homeless teens in Manchester, Ann Routos, co-chair of the firm’s Community Service Committee, concluded the award presentation by saying, “I could go on and on. The list is endless. She is an inspiration to everyone who meets her.”
The firm congratulates Brenda and thanks her for her dedication to the community.