Leawood, Kan. – October 10, 2019 – Attorneys with Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes recently attended the KCMBA Liberty and Justice Gala held on October 5 at Indian Hills Country Club.
This year marked the 17th annual event for KCMBA, celebrating three signature programs of Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Foundation/KCMBF and honoring the 2019 Legacy Award Recipient, John M. “Jack” Kilroy, Jr. This award is given in recognition of dedication to the principles of liberty and justice through exemplary professional, civic and community service.
Those attending from Rouse Frets included Hal Goss and wife Joan; Rachel Boden and husband Ross; Hank Driskell and wife Jenna; Chris Mattix and wife Lindsay; and Dan Herrington. The firm purchased a table and contributed to the event’s silent auction.
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