Avon Lake Attorney Kreig Brusnahan Appointed as Member of LCCC Board of Trustees

 Kreig J. Brusnahan, an Avon Lake attorney and resident of Sheffield Village, was appointed to the Lorain County Community College Board of Trustees by Gov. Ted Strickland.  The term of his appointment is for five years and he replaces Trustee Rita Canfield.

Kreig J. Brusnahan, an Avon Lake attorney and resident of Sheffield Village, was appointed to the Lorain County Community College Board of Trustees Nov. 26 by Gov. Ted Strickland.  The term of his appointment is for five years and he replaces Trustee Rita Canfield.

As the father of two teenagers, Brusnahan said he understands the importance of education for the future generation of workers and will work to keep a college education as affordable as possible.

“My main goal is to make sure the cost of an education at LCCC continues to be the tremendous value that it is today,” Brusnahan said.

Brusnahan is an attorney in private practice. He previously worked as an attorney for other private law practices and as a public defender in Cleveland. Brusnahan is a past president of the Lorain County Bar Association and the Cuyahoga County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. He serves on the board of directors for the Lorain Multicultural Business Center.

He earned a bachelor’s degree from George Mason University in 1977 and a law degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 1981.

“We are pleased that Kreig Brusnahan has joined the LCCC Board. His commitment to education will be a valuable asset to the board,” said LCCC President Dr. Roy A. Church.

Brusnahan said he has been a supporter of the college for many years and is “honored to be selected to serve in a more formal capacity.”

Avon Lake Attorney Kreig Brusnahan Appointed as Member of LCCC Board of Trustees

 Kreig J. Brusnahan, an Avon Lake attorney and resident of Sheffield Village, was appointed to the Lorain County Community College Board of Trustees by Gov. Ted Strickland.  The term of his appointment is for five years and he replaces Trustee Rita Canfield.

Kreig J. Brusnahan, an Avon Lake attorney and resident of Sheffield Village, was appointed to the Lorain County Community College Board of Trustees Nov. 26 by Gov. Ted Strickland.  The term of his appointment is for five years and he replaces Trustee Rita Canfield.

As the father of two teenagers, Brusnahan said he understands the importance of education for the future generation of workers and will work to keep a college education as affordable as possible.

“My main goal is to make sure the cost of an education at LCCC continues to be the tremendous value that it is today,” Brusnahan said.

Brusnahan is an attorney in private practice. He previously worked as an attorney for other private law practices and as a public defender in Cleveland. Brusnahan is a past president of the Lorain County Bar Association and the Cuyahoga County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. He serves on the board of directors for the Lorain Multicultural Business Center.

He earned a bachelor’s degree from George Mason University in 1977 and a law degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 1981.

“We are pleased that Kreig Brusnahan has joined the LCCC Board. His commitment to education will be a valuable asset to the board,” said LCCC President Dr. Roy A. Church.

Brusnahan said he has been a supporter of the college for many years and is “honored to be selected to serve in a more formal capacity.”

Avon Lake Attorney Kreig Brusnahan Appointed as Member of LCCC Board of Trustees

 Kreig J. Brusnahan, an Avon Lake attorney and resident of Sheffield Village, was appointed to the Lorain County Community College Board of Trustees by Gov. Ted Strickland.  The term of his appointment is for five years and he replaces Trustee Rita Canfield.

Kreig J. Brusnahan, an Avon Lake attorney and resident of Sheffield Village, was appointed to the Lorain County Community College Board of Trustees Nov. 26 by Gov. Ted Strickland.  The term of his appointment is for five years and he replaces Trustee Rita Canfield.

As the father of two teenagers, Brusnahan said he understands the importance of education for the future generation of workers and will work to keep a college education as affordable as possible.

“My main goal is to make sure the cost of an education at LCCC continues to be the tremendous value that it is today,” Brusnahan said.

Brusnahan is an attorney in private practice. He previously worked as an attorney for other private law practices and as a public defender in Cleveland. Brusnahan is a past president of the Lorain County Bar Association and the Cuyahoga County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association. He serves on the board of directors for the Lorain Multicultural Business Center.

He earned a bachelor’s degree from George Mason University in 1977 and a law degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 1981.

“We are pleased that Kreig Brusnahan has joined the LCCC Board. His commitment to education will be a valuable asset to the board,” said LCCC President Dr. Roy A. Church.

Brusnahan said he has been a supporter of the college for many years and is “honored to be selected to serve in a more formal capacity.”

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