Honoring those who serve and have served our country is a priority at Boyd & Jenerette P.A. Many of our firm’s employees come from a military family, and those family members are also most deserving of our deepest gratitude and recognition for their resilience and dedication in facing the unique challenges they face serving our country.
In honor and recognition of Veterans Day this year, Boyd & Jenerette P.A. will be making a donation to K9s For Warriors.
About K9s For Warriors
Determined to end veteran suicide, K9s For Warriors provides highly-trained Service Dogs to military veterans suffering from PTSD, traumatic brain injury and/or military sexual trauma. With the majority of dogs coming from high-kill rescue shelters, this innovative program allows the K9/Warrior team to build an unwavering bond that facilitates their collective healing and recovery. This treatment method is backed by scientific research (from Purdue University’s OHAIRE Lab) demonstrating Service Dogs’ ability to help mitigate their veteran’s symptoms of PTSD while simultaneously restoring their confidence and independence.
Founded in 2011 as a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, K9s For Warriors remains committed to bringing widespread awareness to veterans’ mental health and contributing to policy-level reform. The organization’s three primary business operation facilities include: K9s For Warriors National Headquarters (Ponte Vedra, Fla.,) Gold Family Campus (Alachua, Fla.,) and the Petco Foundation K9 Center (San Antonio, Texas).
Members of Boyd & Jenerette P.A. - Veterans, Active Duty Military, and Family
We would like to pay tribute on this Veterans Day to the attorneys and administrative team members who have served our country. We are very grateful for the sacrifices they have made, and we thank them for protecting our freedoms.
Nicole Frank, a legal assistant in our Jacksonville office, honors her husband Ryan Holovich who has served in the United States Air Force for 14 years. He is a Technical Sergeant in the Jacksonville Florida Air National Guard.
Eric Stull, a legal assistant in our Orlando office, along with his father, Paul Stall are United States Army Veterans. Eric served in the Army from 2012 to 2021 and was honorably discharged as a Sergeant. His father, Paul Stull served in the Army from 1978 to 1984 when he was honorably discharged as a Staff Sergeant. Eric’s brother, SSG Jacob Stull is active-duty United States Air Force. He joined the Air Force in 2009.
Kelly Gillis, who is a Partner in the Jacksonville office, honors her husband Lieutenant Commander Richard Gillis who is currently serving in the United States Navy. Richard attended the Naval Academy from 2005 to 2009, and then continued on to flight school in Pensacola, FL. He is currently stationed at NAS Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth.
Robert E. “Bo” Schrader, IV, son of Bobby Schrader, a shareholder in our Jacksonville office, is currently active duty as a First Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. Bo graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 2021.
Nick McKenney, a Partner in our Savannah office, proudly served in the United States Army from 1998 to 2004. He was honorably discharged as an E-5 (Sergeant).
Robert McManus, the firm’s IT Director, proudly served in the United States Air Force from 1985 to 1989. He was honorably discharged as a Non-Commissioned Officer (Sergeant).
Linda Odom, a paralegal in the firm’s Jacksonville office, honors her father-in-law, William Eugene Guy, M.D. (Gene), who recently passed away August 23, 2021. After he graduated from Cocoa Beach High School in 1968, Gene joined the United States Army where he served with the 1st Division Infantry, The Big Red One.
Cindy Hill, Controller of Financial Operations for the firm, honors her son and significant other who proudly served. Eric Hill is a United States Air Force veteran. Walter Morton is a United States Navy veteran.
Maxim Genel, an Associate in our Boca Raton office, proudly served in the New Jersey Army National Guard and was deployed in 2014.
Nick Snell, Marketing Coordinator for the firm, honors his late grandfathers who proudly served. Rolland Snell served in the United States Army and Robert Gay served in the United States Navy.
Michele Sherman, a paralegal in the firm’s Savannah office, honors her husband, Craig Sherman who served in the United States Marine Corps. He was honorably discharged as a Combat Correspondent.
Lara Edelstein, a Partner at the firm, honors her father, Melvin Edelstein, who proudly served in the United States Army Reserve.
Sherry Lambson-Eisele, a partner in the firm’s Maitland office, honors several family members who have served in the United States Military. Sherry’s father, Phil Lambson, was a combat veteran who served as a Lieutenant in the Army Air Corps and later the United States Air Force as a navigator on bombing missions in WWII (Pacific Theatre) and later in the Korean War. Her Father-In-Law, Frederick Eisele, was a combat veteran who retired as a Colonel from the United States Army. He served in the Signal Corps in Vietnam, Iran, and in many stations around the world. She also recognizes her nephews, Joseph Burns, currently serving in the United States Marine Corps stationed at Okinawa. Sherry also serves on a panel of volunteer attorneys several times a year at the Seminole County Legal Aid Society’s Veteran’s Pro Bono Clinic, where we provide pro bono legal services and consultations to veterans of any U.S. military branch and their immediate families.
Kassidy Dalton, a legal assistant in the firm’s Jacksonville office, honors several family members who have served in the United States Military. Kassidy's grandfather, Jack Deford, served in the United States Marine Corp. Kassidy's great grandfather, John Edwin, proudly served in the United State Navy. She also recognizes her uncle, Andrew Dalton, currently serving in the United States Navy.
Hannah Emerson, a legal assistant in the firm’s Jacksonville office, honors her husband Chris Emerson who served for twenty years in the United States Navy and recently retired last year as a Senior Chief Intelligence Specialist.
Charlotte Koslowski, a legal assistant in the firm's Jacksonville office, honors several family members who have served in the United States Military. Scott Rippy, Charlotte's father, served in the United States Navy. Charlotte's grandfather, Dale Rippy, retired from the United States Navy and served two tours in Vietnam. Her father-in-law, Scott Koslowski, retired from the United States Army. Scott served in the Middle East in the counter-terrorism unit post 9/11. She also recognizes her brother, Michael Rippy, who is active duty in the United States Navy and is currently deployed to the Middle East in combat zones.