312-578-9501 | www.shannonlawgroup.com MAY 2018
It will be a busy time in our household in May. It all starts with Nora’s confirmation on May 10 at St. Joan of Arc. Nora has been preparing for her confirmation all year. We are very proud of a huge volunteer service project Nora compiled for our local police officers, as well as all of the academic preparation she has completed for the sacrament. Good job, Nora! Illinois on May 13. Clare’s four years at U of I have been packed with an internships in Seattle, Ireland, and Minneapolis, as well as trips to New York, Las Vegas, and the Caribbean. I don’t know why she wants to graduate. This year, Clare has been working a number of jobs at U of I, including giving tours to prospective students. Thank you, Gies College of Business, for providing a world-class education for Clare. After graduating, Clare will begin her career at Kohl’s corporate center in Wisconsin. Take over the world, Clare! On May 27, Will graduates from Benet Academy. At Benet, Will played three seasons of soccer and swam for three seasons. Will and I also traveled to Washington, D.C., for the March for Life on two occasions with a terrific crew of Benet students. Last summer, Will worked as a lifeguard for the Lisle Park District. Will has decided to attend Marquette University in the fall, where he will join our daughter, Kate, who is a sophomore. We will all miss having Will around the house. His big heart, charming smile, and great sense of humor will be greatly missed. Take over Milwaukee, Will! A TIME OF TRANSITION Next, the family will travel to Champaign for Clare’s graduation from the College of Business at University of
Nora and Joe
Clare and Joe
Joan for four years and even let me coach her in basketball (which was a lot more fun for me than her). Thank you, Nora, for letting me coach you! Michelle and I could not be more thankful to the teachers at St. Joan of Arc for the great education they gave to Nora. Nora will attend St. Francis High School in the fall. Our family will now cheer for the Spartans. Go get ’em, Nora!
Joe and Will
On behalf of my family, we send a warm congratulations to all the graduates of our clients and friends. We know these graduates will make a positive difference in the lives of others.
On May 29, it’s all about Nora again, as she graduates from eighth grade. Nora played volleyball and basketball at St.
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