Jerome T. Holderead
Jerome T. Holderead was born in Plymouth, Indiana. For over 40 years, Mr. Holderead, who is a partner in the firm, has strived to provide personal attention to his clients. His practice is focused on estate planning, probate, real estate, elder, corporate, and commercial law.
Mr. Holderead has been a speaker and has authored materials for the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum and has spoken to numerous local groups and organizations. For over 25 years, he has served as adjunct professor at Taylor University. He has served as board member and president for the Grant County Chapter of the American Red Cross; board member and president of the Grant Blackford Developmental Services, Inc.; board member and president of Family Service Society, Inc.; board member and president of the Grant County Community Foundation; board member and vice chairman of the Grant County Chamber of Commerce; board member and chairman of the Indiana Wesleyan University Citizen’s Advisory Committee; member and past president of the Grant County Bar Association; board member and chair of the board of Marion General Hospital; currently Board member and Treasurer of Marion Public Library.
Mr. Holderead and his wife of more than 45 years, Jeanine, are actively involved in College Wesleyan Church and are the parents of Lisa Holderead and Marc Holderead, both graduates of Taylor University.Education
Manchester College – B.S. in Political Science and History, with distinction, 1970
Ball State University – M.P.A. 1972
Indiana University School of Law – J.D., magna cum laude, 1977