The Onondaga County Bar Association recognizes the dedicated service of its members. We’re very sorry to see any member of the law community pass away and would like to offer our condolences to their families, colleagues, clients and friends.
May 22- Patricia C. Campbell
Defense attorney in Syracuse.
A Remembrance of Patricia will be held by the William Herbert Johnson Bar Association on Wednesday, May 31st from 12-1 pm at the Prince of Peace Missionary Baptist Church at 317 E. Jefferson St., Syracuse, NY 13202.
April 25- Ronile Lawrence
Founding partner of Lawrence & Granger, PLLC and later of Lawrence & Smith, PLLC, Longtime Attorney for Children.
April 21- Francis R. D’Addario
Attorney at Cerio Law Offices, Collegiate football player at Brooklyn College.
April 17- James D. Fitzpatrick
Partner at Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC, Former President of the Frank H. Hiscock
Legal Aid Society, Syracuse Post-Standard Person of Achievement.
April 15- Mary J. Fahey
Staff Member of Onondaga County Law Department, Solo practitioner, Law clerk for the Hon. Stewart F. Hancock, Jr., Staff Member of Onondaga County District Attorney Robert Wildridge, Member of Most Holy Rosary Church.
April 2- Edward Clarke “Ned” Schepp
Assistant State Attorney General from 1962-1966, a practicing Central New York Civil Trial Attorney from 1963-2003, and served as DeWitt Town Justice from 1968-1987. Pianist for United States Army during the Korean War.
March 25- Kristie M. Carter-Knapp
Attorney with Sidney P. Cominsky, LLC, Active member of St. Stephen Lutheran Church.
March 8- Linda J. (Lanzendorf) Stock
March 7- Anthony Fazio
Counsel for Niagara Mowhawk, former SU Football Player, Founding member of Evangel Assembly of God Church in Chittenango, New York.
March 7- Herbert N. Wallace
Partner at Wallace & Wallace, LLP, Former Assistant Attorney General for the New York State Attorney General’s office, Former Associate Editor of SUCoL Law Review.
March 2- Edward S. Green
Founder of Bousquet Holstein PLLC (Formerly Green & Seifter Attorneys), CPA (Co-founder of Rudolph & Green), Chair of countless civic, arts and community organizations.
February 8- Mary Jane (Smith) Harrington
Registered Nurse, Educator, Union leader, Labor Law attorney, and retired as Director of Labor Policy with Eastman Kodak in Rochester, NY.