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Wisconsin Law Journal honors the state’s Unsung Heroes

Twenty-four of the Wisconsin legal community’s Unsung Heroes were honored Thursday with an awards luncheon at the Milwaukee Athletic Club in Milwaukee.

Meet this year’s Unsung Heroes:

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BauerBauer relishes career as record guardian

Sherry Bauer
court reporter, Kenosha County Circuit Court

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crandallCuriosity helps Crandall leap from art world to legal work

Jane Crandall
librarian, Axley Brynelson LLP, Madison

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CzyshCzysh plays multiple roles for Andrus

Sharon Czysh
Office manager, Andrus Intellectual Property Law LLP, Milwaukee

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DragolovichDragolovich completes successful career

Nancy Dragolovich
IP docketing and administrator manager (retired), Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Milwaukee

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dunkinDunkin offers a helping hand

Regina Dunkin
executive director, Merrill Community Center Inc., Beloit

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Evans-CarrEvans-Carr masters art of event planning

Phyllis Evans-Carr
office manager/HR, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Milwaukee

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FerrelFerrel leads by example

Deb Ferrel
paralegal, Hawks Quindel SC, Madison office

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FritcheSuccess is in the details for Fritche

Cheryl Fritche
legal assistant/paralegal, Horizons Law Group LLC, Brookfield

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GandeeGandee maintains serenity in hectic world

Julie Gandee
legal secretary, Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee

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Gibbs-BeneshGibbs-Benesh thrives on change

Genny Gibbs-Benesh
paralegal, Cullen Weston Pines & Bach LLP, Madison

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Finn-GorskiFinn Gorski makes her mark in long career

Liz Finn Gorski
judicial operations manager, Vel Phillips Juvenile Justice Center, Wauwatosa

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GureskiGureski overcomes early career struggles

Richard Gureski
central file manager, Godfrey & Kahn SC, Milwaukee

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HansonHanson finds success with old-school ethics

Diane M. Hanson
office manager, Boardman & Clark LLP’s Baraboo office

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KarlsKarls crafts a steady career

Jean Karls
legal assistant, Axley Brynelson LLP, Madison

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KruegerKrueger marks time with technology

Susan Krueger
legal secretary, Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee

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LoehnerLoehner seeks new challenges

Michele Loehner
paralegal, Habush, Habush & Rottier SC, Milwaukee

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MobergMoberg finds unexpected success

Jane Moberg
Director of Library Services, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Milwaukee

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OttOtt leaves mark at Michael Best & Friedrich

Lori Ott
legal secretary, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Milwaukee

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PackChallenges don’t faze legal secretary

Erika Pack
legal secretary, Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee

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PazPaz finds success behind the scenes

Monica Paz
deputy clerk of courts, Waukesha County Juvenile Court

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PetersonPeterson offers help when defendants need it most

Sandra Peterson
legal associate, Wisconsin State Public Defender’s Office

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SmithSmith finds satisfaction in helping others

Kathy Smith
budget and policy analyst, Wisconsin State Public Defender’s Office

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UlrichDedication, adaptability power Ulrich

Sarah Ulrich
office manager/legal assistant, Becker Law Office SC, Madison

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ZweberZweber gives decades to Quarles & Brady

Joan Zweber
supervisor, office services, Quarles & Brady LLP, Milwaukee

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