Jacksonville law firm adds two new shareholders:
Effective January 1, 2023, attorneys Jenna L. Tucker and Koert J. Brown have become shareholders in the Jacksonville law firm of Rammelkamp Bradney, P.C.
In their new role, Tucker and Brown join existing Rammelkamp Bradney shareholders Bradley W. Wilson, H. Allen Yow, Amy L. Jackson and Ryan D. Byers as part of the firm’s ownership and management group in addition to continuing their respective practices of law.
Tucker joined Rammelkamp Bradney as an associate attorney in 2017 after having previously worked as a law clerk with the firm during her time as a law student at Southern Illinois University. She currently concentrates her practice in the areas of wills and trusts, the administration of deceased person’s estates and real estate transactions. Originally from Havana, Tucker currently lives in Jacksonville with her husband Kaylob Tang and is active in the community, including serving as the president elect of the Rotary Club of Jacksonville and on the board of the Jacksonville Regional Economic Development Corporation’s Building Tomorrow Foundation.
Brown joined Rammelkamp Bradney as an associate attorney in 2018 after having prior experience with the firm as an intern while pursuing his bachelor’s degree at Illinois College and as a law clerk while attending law school at Southern Illinois University. Brown’s practice focuses on business and real estate transactions as well as estate planning. Also originally from Havana, Brown currently lives in Jacksonville with his wife Audrey and son Carver. His community involvement includes serving as the vice president of Pathway Services, Inc. and a member of the Jacksonville Kiwanis Club.
“We are excited to have Jenna and Koert join us as partners in the firm,” said Bradley W. Wilson, president and managing partner of Rammelkamp Bradney. “They have made excellent contributions to our business thus far, and their work in these new roles will help ensure the success of Rammelkamp Bradney for many years to come.”
Founded in 1895, Rammelkamp Bradney, P.C. is a full-service law firm with its primary office in Jacksonville and a satellite location in Springfield. The firm presently employs 11 attorneys who practice in diverse areas and serve clients not only in Jacksonville but also throughout Central Illinois.
AMBUCS donates to JACIL:
Jacksonville AMBUCS President Sue Ann Mullen, center, presents a check to Jacksonville Area Center for Independent Living (JACIL) Executive Director Peggy Davidsmeyer, left, and independent living advocate Heather Knapp, right. The check presentation was made on Dec. 21, 2022, during the weekly AMBUCS meeting held at Kim’s Café.