Newport Beach, CA, December 29, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Jonathan M. Skorheim, associate at Minyard Morris, an Orange County family law firm, was awarded the prestigious Distinguished Society of Fellows Award, from the Orange County Bar Foundation at the annual OCBF’s recognition reception and annual meeting on December 3, 2014.
“Jonathan M. Skorheim has diligently worked to sustain the Foundation’s Society of Fellows,” said Nancy Garcia, Associate Director at the Orange County Bar Foundation. “He strongly believes that investing in the prevention and early intervention programs of the foundation betters our community and provides compelling evidence to all of the need to support the Society of Fellows. We feel we have found another equally fantastic honoree.”
The Orange County Bar Foundation’s, Distinguished Fellows Award, is presented yearly to a recipient who distinguished himself in assisting the foundation in serving Orange County youth.
The Society of Fellows presented this award to Dennis W. Ghan in 2013, Eric V. Traut in 2012, Alan H. Crivaro in 2011, Alan J. Stokke in 2010 and James M. Skorheim in 2009. Minyard Morris law firm partner, Mark E. Minyard, received the inaugural award in 2008.
“Skorheim first became involved with Orange County Bar Foundation as a college intern while attending the University of the Pacific and was one of the foundation’s first associate board members,” according to Garcia.
“Jon is the youngest recipient of the Distinguished Fellow award, said Mark E. Minyard, partner. “He has truly distinguished himself by serving to help empower the youth in our underserved community to make better choices and become better citizens.”
For over 38 years Minyard Morris has limited its practice to family law exclusively in Orange County. Minyard Morris is dedicated to providing an unparalleled combination of depth of experience and quality of service to clients.
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