Attorney Geoffrey K. Rettig was born in Garden City, Michigan. He is a proud... more
Attorney Geoffrey K. Rettig was born in Garden City, Michigan. He is a proud graduate of Livonia Benjamin Franklin High School . He attended Western Michigan University and upon graduation, he obtained his Bachelor's degree in Political Science/Public Law, cum laude in 1986. Mr. Rettig obtained his Juris Doctorate from Wayne State University School of Law in 1989. Thereafter, Mr. Rettig worked... view profile
Joseph T. Barberi was born in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. He attended Central Michigan... more
Joseph T. Barberi was born in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. He attended Central Michigan University, located in Mt. Pleasant. While at Central Michigan University (CMU), he was a member of CMU's Debate Team and won numerous awards for his forensic speaking ability. Mr. Barberi was also a broadcaster for the CMU sports network doing play-by-plays for CMU's football and basketball teams. After honorabl... view profile
I was born and raised in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. As a boy, I attended Sacred Heart... more
I was born and raised in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. As a boy, I attended Sacred Heart Academy. It was there where I met my wife, Taren. Upon graduating from high school, I attended Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication, in 2008. Following graduation from CMU, I attended Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, Californina... view profile
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