Did You Know?

The attorneys at Craige Brawley Liipfert & Walker LLP maintain deep ties to Winston-Salem and the surrounding communities. Did you know that…

Cowles Liipfert serves on the Board of Directors for the School of Journalism and Mass Communication Foundation of North Carolina at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Bill Walker is a member of Twin City Track Club, Inc., where he holds the elected position entitled Races and Equipment. He is also the Club’s attorney. The purpose of the Club is to promote all things related to running, for every type of runner.

Brent Stephens serves on the Board of Directors for the Winston-Salem based organization Associates in Christian Counseling.

Aimee Smith is on the Board of Directors for The Shepherd’s Center of Greater Winston-Salem, which is a volunteer-based organization serving the community since 1985. The Center provides education, support, fellowship and assistance to those older adults who desire to remain living in their own homes independently for as long as possible. Visit The Shepherd’s Center on the web at www.shepherdscenter.org. Aimee is also a member of the Forsyth County Women Attorneys Association, as well as serves on the Council of the Elder Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association.

Rebecca Smitherman is not only the Vice President of the Winston-Salem Estate Planning Council, but is also the Vice Chair of the Legislative Committee of the Estate Planning and Fiduciary Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association.

Susan Ryan is a Board Member for the Clemmons Fire Department.

Rob Wall is currently serving as a Board Member for the Piedmont Down Syndrome Support Network. He is also the chairman of the Planned Giving Committee as part of the NC Bar Association Foundation. Rob co-authored The Changing World of Religion Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics, ed. Stan Brunn, University of Kentucky, which will be published in Spring 2013. His co-author is Dr. Lucas F. Johnston, Wake Forest University Department of Religion.

Amanda Creamer is on the Board of Directors of the Forsyth County Humane Society, a member of the Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Planned Giving Advisory Council, a member of the Finance Committee of the Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and is currently serving as President of the Forsyth County Women Attorneys Association. She is also the chair of the Technology Committee of the Estate Planning Section of the NC Bar Association and a member of the Winston-Salem Estate Planning Council.