Attorneys Raising Funds For Portraits For Judges Bob Moon, Richard Holcomb

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

On behalf the many friends and families of Judge Richard Holcomb and Judge Bob Moon, attorneys Stan Lanzo and Lee Davis are raising funds for the judge’s memorial portraits.

 “It is in keeping with judicial tradition that portraits of judge Holcomb and Judge Moon be commissioned and hung in the public courtrooms where these men dedicated so much of their professional life,” said attorney Davis. 

 “Contributions from the general public area appropriate given the lengthy service of both these judges and the community they served.

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He said contributions are tax deductible and 100 percent of these funds will be used for the portraits. 

 A tax-deductible check can be made as follows:  Chattanooga Bar Foundation c/o Davis & Hoss, P.C. 508 East 5th St., Chattanooga, TN 37403  

Attorney Davis said, "We appreciate your consideration and ask for you to mail your check by June 1st, 2012."


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