The Montgomery Capital Rotary Club presented the first Charles Jinright Community Service Award to Jere Beasley in recognition of his lifetime of public service achievement and contribution.  Mr Beasley served as Alabama’s 22nd Lieutenant Governor from 1970 – 1979, when he founded his law firm in Montgomery.

Over 30 years, his firm has grown from one lawyer to employing over 300 employees representing people in cases all over the country. His firm is consistently recognized as having some of the top arttorneys in the United States, with numerous awards to their credit. Their motto is to “Help those Most in Need”.

Mr Beasley and his firm have been prime sponsors of many charitable events and civic endeavors, and he has been instrumental in helping others and improving the Montgomery community and the River Region.

In the picture, from left to right, City of Montgomery Chief of Staff Mac McCloud, Montgomery Capital Rotary President Tom Vocino, award recipient Jere Beasley and Montgomery City Council President Charles Jinright.