Our Support Staff

The attorneys of the firm are fortunate to have the support of skilled and competent staff members.  Most of our staff members have been with us for many years, and we appreciate their loyalty and longevity.  They are subject to the same standards, confidentiality and ethics as are the attorneys, and while they are not permitted to provide legal advice, they are a key factor in our ability to provide you with high quality legal services, and you should anticipate working with them as well as with the attorneys.

Amy PurdomAmy Purdom

Amy was born in Toledo, Oregon, where she grew up and graduated from Toledo High School. She then moved to Portland where she graduated from Portland Community College in 1991 with an Associates Degree in applied science, legal secretary.

She immediately began work for the Tualatin firm of Martin, Elliott & Long, where she was employed for 2 years before moving back to Toledo to get married.

In 1993, she began her career with the firm, then known as Minor & Boone, P.C. She primarily works for Chris Minor and has the billing responsibilities of the firm.

Amy loves spending time with her husband, Darrin, and their two children, Dylan and Sydney. She also enjoys many outdoor activities and being an active part of her community.

Kennette PeckKennette Peck

Kennette is the newest member of the office team. After enjoying many years as a homeschooling teacher, in 2006 she again became a student herself, earning an Associate of Applied Science degree, in Legal Administrative Assistance, from Linn-Benton Community College. She was employed in law offices in the Willamette Valley until moving to Lincoln County. She joinded our office in September of 2012, performing a variety of duties, including document preparation and other legal funcitons. She sits at the front desk with a friendly greeting and smile as you enter the office, and she likely will be the voice on the other end of your call.Kennette and Tom, her husband of 30 years, enjoy spending time together exploring their new community and thinking of ways to induce family and friends to come for a visit.