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New associate comes to law firm

Monday, January 16, 2006

The law offices of Miller, Miller, Miller, P.C. have added a new associate. Lisa Mazurek, a December graduate of the University of Iowa Law School, will begin working at the firm on Jan. 16.

Mazurek received her undergraduate degree at the University of Iowa as well. She worked at the United States Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Iowa in Cedar Rapids from January 2005 until shortly before moving to this area. Her work there focused primarily on criminal law, bankruptcy law, and immigration law. Mazurek will be practicing general law at Miller, Miller and Miller, and says she is "very anxious to get started " in her new position.

Mazurek spent most of her childhood in Lawton, graduating from Lawton-Bronson high school in 1999. She says she is "glad to be on this side of the state again" so she can see her family more frequently. Lisa's parents, Mel and Cindy Robinson, reside in Lawton, as does her younger sister, a student at Lawton-Bronson High School. She also has a brother, presently a student at Iowa State University.

Mazurek is married to Nick Mazurek, who is from South Sioux City, Neb. The couple met while both were students at Western Iowa Tech in Sioux City ,and they are eagerly anticipating the birth of their first child at the end of February. Nick is seeking employment at this time, and has a background in retail sales.

The Mazureks are living in Larrabee at this time. They plan to move to Cherokee at some point. but they have not yet decided whether they want to build or purchase a home.

For now, their primary entertainment is a one-year-old Jack Russell terrier named Sora. The couple are also avid sports car enthusiasts, and own a 1969 Dodge Charger , which is being restored. Lisa says Nick is also very proud of his 1997 Trans-Am. She points out that this is not a car that they use on a day-to-day basis.

We welcome Nick and Lisa Mazurek to the Cherokee area and wish them and their future family members a long and prosperous life here.

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