Jennifer Bruggeman opens law office 06.16.2010

Written by David Green.

Morenci has the services of an attorney again with the recent opening of the Jennifer Bruggeman law office.

The office is located at 129 W. Main, Suite 2, in the west side of the building occupied by Pearl’s Pizza Palace.

The Montana native attended law school at the University of Oregon where she met her future husband, Mark Bruggeman. The couple married and moved to Lenawee County in 2003.

Bruggeman practiced with the Denis Jodis law firm in Adrian for several years, but made the decision earlier this year to open her own office in Adrian. She will continue working from her Adrian office, but she’s scheduled office hours in Morenci from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Bruggeman said she has a good practice built in Adrian, but she looks forward to serving Morenci area residents as well. The people she’s met so far have been very helpful and welcoming, she said.

She and her husband are the parents of two children.

Bruggeman can be contacted by calling 458-6577.

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