Carrie Thomas, Paralegal
My work as a paralegal has been the most fulfilling of any career choice I have made. Over the 13 years I have been a paralegal in the Colorado Springs community, I have worked exclusively in the family law arena. I really enjoy assisting people at a pivotal turning point in their lives, and I appreciate being part of a team that is instrumental in helping clients achieve a positive outcome as they move forward to new adventures.
I was in marketing and advertising for 13 years before I made the shift to the legal field, and I have lived in Colorado since 1996. My undergraduate work was completed at Judson University in Elgin, Illinois, I worked on my Master's Degree at the University of Northern Colorado, and I received my Associate's Degree in Paralegal Studies at Pikes Peak Community College.
My hobbies include singing, writing, paracord crafts, volunteer endeavors, and spending time with my family.
Marsha Kennedy, Legal Assistant
I am friendly and dedicated, and I have over 20 years of experience in the legal field. I take great pride in my work and enjoy helping people. I attended college at Southwest Tennessee Community College in Memphis, Tennesee.
I vacationed in Colorado for the past 20 years and finally moved to Colorado Springs in 2014 with my husband, Bob, a retired Memphis firefighter, and our 2 dogs.
In my free time, I enjoy spending time outdoors doing activities such as walking the dogs, running, biking, or skiing. I also love spending time in the mountains taking in the beauty of the Colorado scenery.
Tammy Cibula, Administrative Assistant
Tammy joined Dailey Law Office in March 2016. She grew up on a small farm in North Dakota. After graduating from high school, she obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Administrative Office Services at Mayville State University in ND. A few years later, she also obtained a Bachelor's degree in Graphic Communications at Bismarck State College in ND.
Tammy brings with her over 11 years experience as an Administrative Assistant. Prior to joining Dailey Law Office, she worked in the real estate development field supporting real estate brokers as well as real estate development teams. In addition to administrative support, she obtained a Colorado Real Estate Broker License in 2006.
In 2013, she married her husband Gary and moved to Colorado Springs. Together they have 4 children and enjoy spending time outside hiking, boating, fishing and camping. In her free time, she enjoys sewing, crocheting and crafting.
Josh Wilson, Paralegal
My career as a paralegal has been the most rewarding experience I could have asked for. I began my paralegal career with the United States Army's Judge Advocate Generals Corps in 2005, and transitioned in 2013 to the United States Army Reserves where I continue to serve as a Trial Defense Paralegal in the United States Army Reserves Judge Advocates Generals Corps. My experience with the United States Army was exclusively in criminal law, both prosecution and defense side, and international/operational law arena's. My military service included a year-long deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. I've always had a passion for community engagement and advocating for those who aren't able to advocate for themselves. I'm truly honored to be a part of such a dynamic team that truly takes pride in providing exceptional service to people during a difficult time in their life.
I've lived in Colorado since 2001. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Ashford University with a Bachelors of Arts in Health and Fitness. I am currently in the final stages of my Master's in Legal Studies degree with Purdue University.
My hobbies include hiking, volleyball, Krav Maga, crossfit, obstacle course racing, craft beer, volunteer endeavors and the occasional travel.