Our Tax Law Team
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Growing up in a small town outside of Ste. Genevieve, Donna joined the workforce immediately after high school. After gaining experience in various positions such as inventory control and purchasing, she received her paralegal certificate. Starting in 1991, Donna worked for the state of Missouri, until she joined the Ste. Genevieve County Prosecuting Attorney’s office in 1996. Donna accepted the position with The Law Office of Lance R. Drury in 2011 and works as the paralegal currently.
Born and raised in Ste. Genevieve, Erica moved to St. Louis and started working for IKON Office Solutions. After gaining work experience, she decided to take a position with Monsanto Company in the purchasing department. While working for Monsanto, Erica graduated from St. Louis University with a B.S. degree in business. After 12 years at Monsanto and 2 years of consulting work, Erica accepted a position with The Law Office of Lance R. Drury where she acts as a legal assistant.
Born and raised in Ste. Genevieve, Kyla graduated high school and went on to receive a Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary English Education at Southeast Missouri State University. After teaching for four years, she decided it was necessary to change career paths in order to maximize her family time. Upon leaving the education field, she worked in a small body shop where she handled insurance claims, ordering parts, bookkeeping, and customer service. In March of 2020, she accepted a position as a legal assistant at The Law Office of Lance R. Drury.
Born and raised in Ste. Genevieve, Kelsie graduated high school and worked at a small restaurant in Ste. Genevieve. She is a successful equestrian that has been training horses and competing in Barrel Racing at Rodeos since the age of twelve. In May of 2021, she accepted a position as a Legal Assistant with The Law Firm of Lance R. Drury.
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