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One of the ways we are able to serve our community is to assist local churches and nonprofits in legal matters. We are so pleased to have recently represented the Lutheran District of Indiana- Missouri Synod. Check out the great things the District is doing in Lake County at the following link: https://in.lcms.org/
We are pleased to support a fund raising auction that was held on Saturday, April 28, 2018.
Annual Northwest Regional Swat Fundraiser Event – December, 2018 Dear Gentleman, On behalf of the Northwest Regional SWAT team I would like to thank you for your very generous donation of the estate planning package for our 5th Annual NWR SWAT fundraiser help on December 8th, Read more…
An After Hours Business Forum that was hosted by Wintrust Commercial Banking on Thursday, September 28, 2017 at Benedict’s Restaurant, Dyer, IN. From left to right the picture is of Terry Rubino, Gil Rynberk, who is the Group Executive Vice President of Wintrust, Mike Polen and Andy Crosmer. The presenters were Matt Glaros of the […]
Attorney Kenneth Wilk attended Dryer Corn Fest on August 7, 2017.
Kenneth M. Wilk with Dyer Chamber of Commerce board members, attending grand opening of Kenan Liquors and Smoke Shop in Dyer on June 19th, 2017. ?
Our firm would like to express our appreciation and thanks to one of our clients. Mira not only prepared a wonderful culinary feast of delicious food, but also a very special dessert that is shown below. Thank you Mira! We appreciate all you do for us!!!
Attorney Ken Wilk worked along with Santa during the Dyer Chamber of Commerce Tree Lighting Ceremony, accompanied by CEO S. Claus of Reindeers R Us.
Attorney Andrew Crosmer was the guest speaker to the third and fourth grade students at Peifer Elementary School. He spoke to them about the election process and also presented them with the ISBA book ” Presidential Elections and other Cool Facts”.
Attorney Ken Wilk, Director of Dyer Chamber of Commerce and Jennifer Dyer, CEO of Catholic Charities
Attorney Ken Wilk, Director of Dyer Chamber of Commerce and Jennifer Dyer, CEO of Catholic Charities, who was the guest speaker at the May luncheon at Dyer Chamber.