Gregory W. Black, married, four children, four grandchildren, lives in Danville, IN;
Muskingum College, New Concord, OH, B.A., political science, English, 1968;
Honorable discharge, United States Army, 1971, First Lieutenant, Infantry Graduate, Infantry Officer Candidate School, Fort Benning, GA, May 1970; Capital University, Columbus, OH, law degree, law review, 1975.
- Athens, OH, 1975 -1978, partner, Jones & Ball;
- Danville, IN, 1978 -2000, partner, Deckard & O'Brien;
- In Plainfield, IN, opened The Black Law Office as sole owner, 2000.
Practice has consisted of counseling, creating & enforcing rights, judicial advocacy, Ohio & Indiana, continuously since 10 May 1975.
Former president, Hendricks County, IN, Bar Association; former Plainfield, IN, Rotary president; Connection Pointe Christian Church, Brownsburg, IN; Christian Legal Society;
American Bar Association; Indiana State Bar Association; Hendricks County Bar Association; Plainfield Chamber of Commerce; Plainfield Rotary Club; Gideons Bible; American Legion.
Hobbies: history, biography, athletic training, Bible study.
Jonnie Faye Perry, began as legal secretary in 1972. Is a paralegal who manages the law office's daily functions, full-time pastor's wife, married to David Perry, a pastor serving congregations of Grace Communion International in central Indiana. They reside in Avon, Indiana. The Perrys do not have children, but love their two Shih Tzu's, Max and Kona.
Jonnie assists in probate & real estate law; deeds; business formation; pleading; legal correspondence; statutory research; client & court communications, correspondence; drafting.
Jonnie's positive attitude, rich experience of knowledge, skill, strong work ethic & product, are of great value to others, so that she may glorify God.