Wendi Lewis joined Beasley Allen in February 2008 as a Conversation Architect, writing and managing content for a website about mesothelioma. The blog-style website, myMeso.org, is designed to raise awareness about this asbestos-related cancer. The firm eventually added additional websites to provide the public with information about a variety of cases we handle. They were combined into a new site, RightingInjustice.com. This site provides information about many of the important cases our lawyers are currently working on, as well as information about consumer products, recalls, access to justice, and other issues to help educate consumers about their legal rights.
Wendi currently serves as Communications Director for the firm, acting as content manager, copy writer and editor for the firm’s primary website, beasleyallen.com, and associated websites. She also helps to promote the firm through social media channels including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
Wendi graduated from Auburn University Montgomery with a Bachelor’s Degree in English. She authored a coffee-table book, Montgomery: At the Forefront of a New Century, published in 1996. Wendi is married to Dr. Eric Lewis, a veterinarian. They have one dog, Reef, and three cats, Ico, Tito and Groucho. In her spare time, Wendi enjoys reading, traveling and running. Wendi is a very good employee, who provides a valuable service, not only to the firm, but to the public. We are fortunate to have her with us.
Donna Puckett, who has been with the firm since February of 2001, is a Legal Assistant working on the hip and knee litigation in our Mass Torts Section. Donna received her paralegal certification from Auburn University in 1995. She and her family attend Church of the Highlands in Montgomery. Donna and her husband John have been married since 1991. They have three children – a son, Dylan, who attends Highlands College in Birmingham, has a heart for God and a love for music, and plans to be a worship leader; and twin daughters, Leslie and Preslie, who are each in nursing school. Leslie cheers at Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Ala. Preslie will be attending Troy University in Montgomery this fall.
Donna loves to spend time with her family, cooking out by her pool and watching football. She is a very good, hardworking employee, who is dedicated to the clients she works for and to their cases. We are blessed to have Donna with the firm.
Helen Taylor has been with the firm since December 2008. She serves as the Public Relations Coordinator for the firm, working closely with news media outlets to help promote firm events, charitable giving and community service. She also reports on significant cases that the firm is handling. Helen also assists with special events such as the annual Beasley Allen Legal Conference, Seat Check Saturday and the recent Child Safety Helmet Giveaway.
Helen graduated from Auburn University Montgomery. She is married to Jason Taylor and together they have a 14-year-old daughter, Catie, and a 6-year-old son, Sam. Helen enjoys keeping up with Sam, gardening, and spending time with her family. They recently added a 1 ½-year-old black lab puppy, Petey, to their family, who joins 14-year-old Chiweenie, Hannah. Helen, another very good employee, has excellent “people skills.” She represents the firm extremely well. We are fortunate to have Helen with the firm.
Steve Youngblood, who works in our Information Technologies Department as the Network Support Technician, has been with the firm for 12 years. In this role, Steve handles all new and former employee accounts and hardware in the Firm. He also keeps up with the security systems, phone system and much more.
Steve is married to Kimberly Youngblood, who is also an employee with the firm. They have two sons, Stephen Jr., who is a police officer in Millbrook, and Christopher, a firefighter for City of Montgomery. Stephen is married to Rachel Youngblood, another firm employee. Stephen and Rachel have one son, Stephen the 3rd, who will be called SKY. Steve’s hobbies include playing with their grandchild, fourwheeling, and taking their car to “car shows.” In fact, I understand that’s how Steve and Kimberly met. Steve also enjoys, according to friends, playing with the two family Rottweilers in the pool. Steve does a very good job for the firm. We are fortunate to have him with us.
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