Mark M. Medvesky, partner in the law firm of Wells, Hoffman, Holloway & Medvesky LLP, completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Nebraska, Omaha while on active duty with the US Air Force. He left active duty, but remained in the Air Force Reserve, to go to Temple University, School of Law in 1989. While at Temple, Mark interned with the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office. After graduating from Temple in 1993, Mark joined the Berks County District Attorney's office. After the DA's office he joined an insurance defense firm and then opened his own practice in Allentown, PA with a friend from law school. While practicing law, Mark maintained his membership in the U.S. Air Force as a reservists and earn his commission to Second Lieutenant. At the end of 2000 and in the beginning 2001, Mark began to wrap up his partnership and was called on to provide leadership and increased support to his reserve unit at Willow Grove. After 9/11, he decided to return to government service. Working for the US Air Force, Mark dedicated himself to telling the story of the sacrifices and accomplishment of the military service members. After Mark retired from the U.S. Air Force Reserve at the rank of captain, he did two more short stints as a civil servant for Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Navy before returning to private practice in his own office in 2013. Practice Areas: Consumer Bankruptcy, Family Immigration, Estate Planning, and Probate & Estate Administration.
Dawn E. Miller Medvesky, associate attorney in the law firm of Wells, Hoffman, Holloway & Medvesky LLP. She graduated magna cum laude from Millersville University with a B.A. in French, where she was a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. Following graduation, she was a French Teacher at The Wyndcroft School, an independent school in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Thereafter, she attended and graduated from Temple University School of Law in 1992. Ms. Medvesky joined the firm during her second year of law school and continued on as an attorney in the general practice of law for her first few years of practice. She relocated to the Lehigh Valley where she concentrated her practice in the area of family law for several years. Thereafter, she accepted the position of General Counsel and Vice-President of Human Resources with a corporation in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. She returned to this firm in 2004. Practice Areas: estate planning, estate administration, and family law.