Boggess and Neumann Join Chambliss Law Firm
Attorneys Hannah-Claire Boggess and Peter Newman will join Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, PC’s Chattanooga Law Firm and serve in the firm’s real estate, litigation and risk management areas.
Boggess regularly advises corporate and real estate clients on matters related to leasing, real estate sales, acquisitions and developments. She graduated with honors from the University of Tennessee with a BA in Public Relations and a minor in Business. She continued her education at the University of Tennessee Law School, graduating with honors. During her law school, she was a member of the Tennessee Law She Reviewed and Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Her Law. Boggess is currently a member of the Chambliss Startup Group, advising entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses.
Newman’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation. He assists with product liability, contract and payment disputes, and other business-related matters. Newman graduated with honors from Wheaton College and the University of North Carolina School of Law and was an article editor for the North Carolina Law Review.
Mark Cunningham, president and managing shareholder of Chambliss, said in announcing the new hires: “Hannah Clare’s creativity and Peter’s problem-solving skills have enabled them to enhance customer service in fresh and innovative ways, focusing on finding strategic solutions to achieve each customer’s goals. I am confident he will.”
Campbell Joins Cempa as a Nurse Practitioner
Cempa Community Care has added Nurse Practitioner Zach Campbell, AGNP, to its medical staff.
A native of the Nashville area, Campbell graduated from Vanderbilt University as an adult geriatric nurse in August 2022 after completing her undergraduate studies at Middle Tennessee State University.
Shannon Stephenson, CEO of Cempa Community Care, said: “I am very proud of his Cempa medical staff. They have established themselves as the premier team of healthcare workers, each pursuing his Cempa mission with enthusiasm and conviction. the needs of our friends and neighbors.”
Founded in 1986 at the height of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, Cempa Community Care (then known as Chattanooga CARES) was established as an HIV/AIDS resource organization. Today, Cempa’s healthcare services have expanded dramatically to include primary care, while still providing the region’s leading HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment services.
Sherman+Reilly donates $75,000 to local food banks
Sherman+Reilly Inc., a local utility equipment manufacturer, has announced that it has donated $75,000 to the Chattanooga Area Food Bank again this year. Such donations are projected to provide approximately 450,000 meals to residents of the Chattanooga area in need.
“Food security is a basic need that enables people to move forward and become productive members of their communities. Sherman+Reilly has been in Chattanooga for 95 years and is proud to be part of the Chattanooga community. We feel it’s important to give back to our communities to help those in need,” said Sherman + Riley Chief Operating Officer Norman French in announcing the gift. Told.
Melissa Blevins, president of the Chattanooga Area Food Bank, said gifts like this are needed in times of increasing food insecurity.
“The need is greater than was seen at the height of the pandemic,” she said in a statement. It is directed to individuals or families seeking
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