TG CLARK

TG Clark
Legal Assistant and Receptionist

T.G. CLARK
LEGAL ASSISTANT AND RECEPTIONIST

On June 18, 2012 our office lost one of our most beloved co-workers and friends after a valiant battle with cancer. T.G. Clark left this world as she lived her life, with courage and a smiling face. For over 12 years, T.G.’s caring voice was usually the first thing our clients would hear when they called the office. She always remembered your voice and treated everyone who called or visited the office with kindness and respect. T.G. was a rare and special person who had warmth and friendliness written all over her face and ingrained in her soul. Although she is no longer physically with us, her spirit and our memories of T.G. will always be present and remembered. T.G. had many friends and admirers from all different walks of life. Her departure from this earth has left many with a sadness and emptiness that only time may be able to heal. T.G. Clark was truly “one in a million” and our office will never be the same without her.

“I have been the receptionist and a legal assistant with Jeffrey Meldon and Associates for 10 years. In general, I answer the phones, greet clients, assist Abbie in the Criminal Department, and work on preparing folders and files for clients and the Office.

What I like most about my job is that I like being busy and having plenty of work to do. Here, every day is different, meeting new clients and getting to help the established clients; every day has new challenges and I am never bored!

Before coming to Jeffrey Meldon and Associates I worked at the State Attorney’s Office as an administrative assistant for 8 years.

I live, and was born and raised in Alachua, Florida.” TG Clark, August 2008

“The first impression makes a lasting impression which is one reason why TG is such a valuable asset to our Team. TG always helps create a positive experience for everyone who calls or visits our law office. TG is friendly, caring, and helpful and is an important factor in helping make our clients feel at home and welcomed.” Jeffrey Meldon