(330) 305-6400 x 132
Kylee joined Pelini, Campbell & Williams, LLC in 2015. She has experience in insurance defense, personal injury, wrongful death and trial preparation.
When not in the office, Kylee enjoys running, spending time with her husband and the outdoors.
Pam has worked in the legal field for 38 years. Prior to coming to Pelini, Campbell & Williams, LLC as their Office Coordinator, she worked as a real estate paralegal and as a litigation paralegal. She is proud to be a part of the Pelini team and has been since it began in January of 1998. At that time, she had many responsibilities but especially loved coaching the people she worked with, and helping to create a very positive environment throughout our firm and watching it grow over the years. She feels incredibly fortunate to have met and worked with some amazing people at Pelini, Campbell & Williams, LLC, many of whom have become family and life-long friends. Pam is now the Business Administrator and handles all of the billing and accounting for the firm.
Pam lives with her 4-year old Shih Tzu, Charlie,
and her husband, Rick, who is an avid golfer, which may account for the fact
they have managed to stay married for nearly 50 years. When she is not working, Pam loves spending
time with Charlie, vacationing with Rick at the beach, and especially enjoys being
with her children and grandchildren, and truly enjoys when they can all be
Litigation Paralegal to Craig G. Pelini
Violeta grew up in Lithuania and moved to the United States when she was 14. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Legal Studies from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2016. Violeta moved to Ohio from the Sunshine State to be closer to her fiancés family.
She lives with her fiancé Paul and their two furry kids, Bodhi and Mia. Violeta loves animals and in her free time she volunteers at the Humane Society. Her favorite things are spending time with family, friends and her pups. Violeta also loves being outdoors, cooking and DIY projects.
Litigation Paralegal to Gianna Calzola, Esq. and Joseph A. Ferrante, Esq.
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Brianne has over 17 years of experience as a litigation paralegal. She is well versed in insurance defense, medical malpractice defense, wrongful death, worker's compensation and trial preparation.
Brianne joined Pelini, Campbell & Williams, LLC in 2009, working as the litigation paralegal.
When not in the office, Brianne enjoys spending time with her beloved Shih Tzu, Chewbacca (“Chewy”). As you can probably guess, Brianne is a huge fan of Star Wars. When not watching Star Wars, Brianne and Chewy can be found walking nature trails with friends, lounging poolside, strolling the aisles of PetSmart for the “must have” new toy, or enjoying food and beverages at local breweries.
Litigation Paralegal to Kristen E. Campbell Traub, Esq. and Docket Paralegal
(330) 305-6400 x 123
Karyn commenced her career 25 years ago after returning to Ohio and obtaining her Paralegal/Legal Assistant Diploma from Raedel College (with honours). Karyn has experience in all aspects of the litigation process, including reviewing records and preparing written reports, drafting legal documents, gathering and analyzing medical and wage loss evidence, instructing experts/investigators and communicating with clients. She possesses exceptional litigation support skills, is conscientious and thorough with meticulous attention to detail.
Litigation Paralegal to Paul B. Ricard, Esq. and Samantha J. Volek, Esq.
(330) 305-6400 x 128
Laura has been working as a paralegal for the past 14 years and joined Pelini, Campbell & Williams, LLC in 2011. In addition to insurance defense, Laura also has experience with workers’ compensation, social security disability, and personal injury cases.
Laura is the proud mommy to a beautiful 1 year old daughter and a furry son, Archie. Outside of work, Laura enjoys running, planning trips to the beach, and spending time with her husband.
Litigation Paralegal to Craig M. Eoff, Esq.
(330) 305-6400 x 122
Kenny graduated from the University of Akron in 1995 with a B.S. in Elementary Education. That degree, along with the Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies he obtained in 2002, prepared him well for working in the legal field.
He currently lives in Perry
Township with his wife Sara, daughters Kadence and Sofie, and dog Max, the true
owner of the house.
Kenny is a fan of the
Ohio State Buckeyes, New York Yankees and San Jose Sharks (it is a long story).
When not yelling at one of these teams on the TV he enjoys Civil War history,
traveling anywhere outside the State of Ohio and tending to his vegetable
Litigation Paralegal to John E. Vincent, Esq., Joshua R. Bills, Esq. and Nicholas S. Bobb, Esq., Heather R. Zilka, Esq. and Samuel J. Earp, Esq.
Shelly grew up in Columbus before moving to Atlanta,
Georgia in 1988. In Atlanta, she worked as a legal assistant/paralegal
for over 25 years in the fields of construction law, personal injury, domestic
and estate law, criminal-traffic cases (DUI) and insurance defense. She
received her certification for Paralegal Studies from Mercer University-Atlanta
in 1994. Shelly moved back to Ohio in 2018 to be closer to her
family. She loves spending time with her adult children (Ebony, Breona, Ashley
and Jose), has 6 grand-doggies that she adores, enjoys watching OSU football,
hikes, will camp out whenever she can and enjoys traveling.
Litigation Paralegal to Michael P. Marando, Esq.
Jody has over 25 years of experience in the legal field with vast knowledge in personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, domestic relations and probate. Her primary focus over the years has been in the area of personal injury litigation support. She joined Pelini, Campbell & Williams in 2018 and is looking forward to many more years to come.
Jody and her husband Michael reside in Austintown, Ohio and enjoy spending time with their four grown children and seven wonderful grandchildren, all under six years of age. Jody also enjoys vacationing at Disney World and the beach and is a self- proclaimed “neat freak” when it comes to her home. Of course that goes happily out the window when the seven grandchildren are over.