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Veteran Attorney Dewey Branstetter joins SRVH as a Member

“We are absolutely delighted that Dewey has chosen to join our ranks as a member of Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison ” Tom Sherrard, founding member of the firm, said today.  “Dewey is a most highly regarded and successful attorney, and he has also given his time and considerable talents to public service as well.  We look forward to having Dewey as our colleague.”

A Nashville native, Dewey Branstetter has maintained a litigation and transactional practice representing a wide range of entities and individuals for over 30 years.  He currently concentrates on utility and municipal issues, employment matters, and complex litigation.

Before joining SRVH, Mr. Branstetter served as Managing Member of Branstetter, Stranch & Jennings, PLLC, which was founded by his father, the late Cecil D. Branstetter.  Though he is leaving that firm, Dewey Branstetter says his father’s influence will remain with him.  “I was fortunate to have an amazing man after whom I could model my own behavior.  My dad was an outstanding lawyer, a dedicated member of this community, and a consummate gentleman.  I will always strive to carry on his legacy of integrity and service.”

Dewey Branstetter was an elected member of the Metropolitan Board of Public Education for eleven years, acting as Chairman for three.  He has served on the boards of numerous other organizations such as Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, Center for Nonprofit Management, Nashville Alliance for Public Education, and Harding Academy.  He is currently Chairman of the Metropolitan Charter Revision Commission and First Vice President of the Nashville Bar Association.

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