A native of Tucson, Libby attended Sunnyside High School and has been working as a legal assistant in the personal injury field since 1973. She completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration at the University of Arizona while working full-time. Libby focuses her free time blending her family’s interests with volunteer work in the community. In 2005, Libby was awarded a “Volunteer Commendation” by Senator Kyle for her tremendous work for the Flowing Wells High School JrROTC program. She currently volunteers as a 4-H Leader, assists FFA high school students, and is active with Project Healing Waters and Wounded Warriors. She has been married for 26 years. Her husband is an avid sportsman. They are foster parents and have two sons. Her eldest is a Purple Heart recipient, currently stationed at Ft. Huachuca and recovering from injuries received during Operation Enduring Freedom while deployed to Afghanistan in 2010. Her youngest attends Flowing Wells High School and was recognized as “Junior Exhibitor” by the Arizona National Livestock Association in 2010. He is active in the Beef Project with 4-H and runs in marathons in his free time.
Libby is devoted to her family and friends and has always found great comfort in assisting those individuals who have been injured through no fault of their own. Libby blends her personal compassion with her professional paralegal skills by providing her clients with the understanding, kindness, and care needed during the course of their recovery and duration of their claim. Libby’s claim to fame is her contributions towards the betterment of others.