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The proud tradition of Whitley County’s small legal community has a rich history of professional service at the local, state and federal levels.   Myers Hockemeyer & McNagny, LLP is a partnership of attorneys proudly rooted in that heritage, but looking toward the future.

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Greggory HockemeyerGreggory W. Hockemeyer obtained his bachelor’s degree with honors at Wabash College (Crawfordsville, IN) in 1985. Hockemeyer attended IU School of Law at Indianapolis following college. While attending law school, he worked for Indiana Attorney General Lin Pearson.  Upon completing law school in 1989, Hockemeyer took a position with the City of Indianapolis as an attorney with its Department of Metropolitan Development.  In 1992, Hockemeyer moved back to Whitley County to enter private practice.  In 1995, he joined Attorney Jon Myers to found the law partnership which later became Myers Hockemeyer & McNagny, LLP,  where he serves as managing partner.

Hockemeyer was attorney for the Whitley County Office of Family and Children (a/k/a Department of Child Services) from 1992 through 2007. He represents the Towns of Larwill and South Whitley and the City of Columbia City (Deputy).  His professional memberships include: the Whitley County Bar Association; Indiana Municipal Lawyers Association; Indiana Public Defender Council; Indiana State Bar Association and American Bar Association.   A certified civil mediator since 1992, Hockemeyer’s usual practice areas relate to the individual, family and community.  He regularly accepts cases involving: criminal and juvenile defense; adoption; estates; small business; and real estate.

Hockemeyer helps with various community organizations, including:  the Whitley County Child Protection Team; Whitley County Drug-Free Indiana;  Sheriff’s Department Merit Board; the Peabody Public Library Board of Trustees; and the local Community Corrections Advisory Board.

Soultana S. Myers, born Fort Wayne, Indiana, July 19, 1961; admitted to bar, 1986, Indiana; also admitted to practice before U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana. Preparatory education, Purdue University (B.S., 1983); legal education, Indiana University-Indianapolis (J.D., 1986). Member: Whitley County, Allen County and Indiana State Bar Associations; National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives (1993-).

Soultana has extensive experience in both Social Security disability cases and family law matters.

Marcia A. McNagnyMarcia A. McNagny is a lifelong resident of Whitley County, Indiana.  After attending Columbia City Joint High School, she received her bachelor’s degree from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.  She then obtained her degree from Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington, Indiana and returned to Whitley County to open a private practice in Columbia City and to work with her mother, Patricia A. McNagny (JD Indiana University – Bloomington, 1951).

In 1997, McNagny joined Jonathan Myers, Greggory Hockemeyer and Soultana Myers to form Myers Hockemeyer & McNagny LLP.

McNagny has served as the City Attorney or Deputy City Attorney for the City of Columbia City since 1998.  She often assists non-profit organizations in their establishment and continued operations and has served on boards of organizations, including, Wood-Land-Lakes, RC&D, United Way of Whitley County, Tippecanoe Lake Country Club, Parkview-Whitley Hospital Foundation, Camp Whitley, Tippecanoe Lake Country Club Historical Foundation and Merry Lea Board of Trustees.  McNagny’s primary areas of focus are estate and succession planning, trust and estate administration, small business, real estate and municipal law.

McNagny is a member of the Whitley County Bar Association, Huntington County Bar Association, Indiana Municipal Lawyers Association, Indiana State Bar Association, American Bar Association and is a Master Fellow of the Indiana Bar Foundation.

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