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Donn Jay McCall

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Donn Jay McCall, American lawyer. Bar: Wyoming 1976, United States District Court Wyoming 1976, United States Court Appeals (10th circuit) 1976. Recipient American Jurisprudence Book award, University Wyoming, 1975; Watt Brothers scholarship, 1973-1976, Honor scholarship, 1967-1971.

Background

McCall, Donn Jay was born on May 27, 1949 in Alliance, Nebraska, United States. Son of Richard Lee and Virginia Mae (Louks) McCall.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, University Wyoming, 1971. Juris Doctor, 1976; Postgraduate in history, Georgetown University, 1971—1972.

Career

Law clerk Silverstein & Mullens, Washington, 1974. Legal intern Wyoming Attorney General, Cheyenne, 1975—1976. Staff attorney to chief justice Wyoming Supreme Court, 1976—1979.

Associate Brown & Drew (formerly Brown, Drew, Apostolos, Massey & Sullivan), Casper, Wyoming, 1979—1984, partner, since 1985.

Achievements

  • Bar: Wyoming 1976, United States District Court Wyoming 1976, United States Court Appeals (10th circuit) 1976.

Religion

Salvation is achieved through profound believe in God.

Views

The supportive small group inside the Church is the most powerful tool for people to feel that they belong and also to learn and grow.

Membership

Active United Way Natrona County, Casper, 1983. Democratic precinct committeeman Laramie County Cheyenne, 1978—1979. President University Wyoming Young Democrats Laramie, 1970—1971.

Member of American Bar Association, Casper Chamber of Commerce, University Wyoming Alumni Association, American Judicature Society, Natrona County Bar Association, Wyoming State Bar Association, Potter Law Club, Iron Skull, Beta Gamma Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon (activities chairman 1968-1969).

Connections

Married Anita Jo Kiser, August 10, 1974. 1 child Brendan Kiser.

father:
Richard Lee McCall

mother:
Virginia Mae (Louks) McCall

spouse:
Anita Jo Kiser

child:
Brendan Kiser McCall

Politics

Church members should support and resourcing their institutions to reflect on political issues in the light of Christian faith.