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Connections and Careers
Because Hamiltonians Make Reparations: Don Shonn ’67
Retirement is a relative term for attorney Don Shonn ’67. He spent 25 years in private practice, including work in Surrogate’s Court with a focus on estate and elder law. He also served as village attorney and trustee for his hometown of Akron in western New York, and before that worked for 20 years at an environmental law firm.
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