Bonnie has worked in various legal positions during her 40+ years of helping people in the legal profession. She has been a secretary, office manager/paralegal, legal assistant, and paralegal which is her current position with the Revo Smith Law Firm. She gets real and daily satisfaction out of helping the clients who have placed so much trust in Revo Smith Law Firm. She believes that developing a personal as well as a professional relationship with clients, and helping to guide them through an often times difficult process is her daily goal. She strives to use the guidance of her faith to serve each client with competence and compassion.
Volunteering is Bonnie’s passion during her after-work hours. Bonnie’s focus has been on helping the homeless, particularly the children and adolescents who need clothing, food and shelter. In addition to all of the other problems these homeless kids have, getting a real education is a significant challenge. It may seem unimportant but Bonnie has found that school supplies, shoes, clothes, food and toiletries are a significant indicator of a student’s academic success. It doesn’t matter to her the ethnicity of an individual or the reasons for their suffering, Bonnie is there to help. She also assists senior citizens at the North Hills Senior with their individual and group needs.
“Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. At all the times you can. To all the people you can. As long as ever you can”
-John Wesley, Theologian