Rob Rembert and his spouse, Jeannine, were nominated by the Pullman Schools Superintendent Paul Strum to receive the Pullman Public Schools 2013-2014 Community Leadership Award.
In addition to serving as a director for several community organizations, including the Pullman Education Foundation, Rob served as the chairperson for Citizens for Public Schools. This year Rob orchestrated the levy election that resulted in 75% voter approval rate for the Maintenance and Operations Levy for the School District. Jeannine is an involved parent who is a co-chairperson for the Pullman High School Annual Booster Auction which raised $63,000.00 this year for student activities and athletics at Pullman High School.
The award was presented to Rob and Jeannine at the the Northeast Washington School Administrators annual awards luncheon held on April 18, 2014, in Spokane, Washington. Rob and Jeannine were recognized for their extraordinary support and effort in their service to the community and its public schools.
Money matters at every stage, a Seminar featuring Cotton Sears, Financial Advisor, LPL Financial, and Colleen Harrington, Attorney at Law, IMSB, P.S. on Thursday, April 11, 2013, 7pm at the Holiday Inn Express, 1190 SE Bishop Blvd, Pullman, WA.
Women inthe United States continue to gain economic strength and independence and, with that, are becoming an influential financial force with unique challenges and needs. This seminar, sponsored by Cotton Sears, Financial Advisor, LPL Financial, will help you build a plan now to lay the foundation to a more secure financial future.
RSVP by Thursday, April 4, 2013 to 509.339.6368 or cotton.sears@LPL.com or jenny.repp@LPL.com.
On November 14, 2012, the Whitman County Bar Association and the insurance company “ALPS” sponsored a continuing legal education seminar entitled “Managing One’s Self” for both Washington and Idaho licensed attorneys. The proceeds from the registration fee, less the room rental was donated by the Bar Association and ALPS to the Community Action Center’s (CAC) legal aid program. CAC’s legal aid program assists low income people with their legal needs, by matching them with local volunteer lawyers. The total donated was in excess of $1,235.00. Gene Siple, the legal aid coordinator at CAC, was very appreciative. Across the state, legal aid funding is down, and this gift is very much needed.
MANAGING ONE’S SELF – CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION, ALPS and Colleen Harrington, President of the Whitman County Bar invite area attorneys to attend a CLE program on relevant issues facing the legal community today presented by ALPS Risk Manager Mark Bassingthwaighte.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Quality Inn Paradise Creek, Pullman, WA
8:00 a.m. Check-In • 8:30 a.m. - 1:45 p.m.
$75 for 3 Ethics Credits approved in Washington (Idaho accreditation pending approval). Register now at www.alpsnet.com/washingtoncle. Proceeds benefit the Community Action Center, Legal Services.
New Associate--We are pleased to announce that James Onstad, a Yakima, Washington native, will be joining the firm as an associate on December 1, 2012. James will practice primarily in the areas of business law, estate planning and taxation. James completed his undergraduate study at the University of Washington, and earned his law degree from the University of Oregon Law School. In 2011, James completed an LL.M. in tax from Georgetown University. James is eager to return to eastern Washington and looks forward to establishing his legal career on the Palouse. He is committed to being a part of the Pullman community.