Eli Sperry accepted to Leadership Dayton Class of 2018

We are pleased to announce that Eli Sperry has been accepted as a member of the Leadership Dayton Class of 2018. Class members are chosen from a cross-section of the community and represent the region’s mid-to-upper level management. The program focuses on leadership, education, economic development, diversity, justice, the arts, government, health, and human services.

Leadership Dayton is a community leadership program that has existed in the Dayton region since 1976. With more than 1,200 alumni, the mission of the program is to identify, educate, and motivate a network of community leaders, to increase the individual’s capacity to serve the Dayton region, and to advocate continual engagement in support of the Dayton region. Eli is an associate in the Probate and Estate Planning department of Pickrel, Schaeffer & Ebeling.  He has been practicing for over 9 years, counseling clients of all ages to assure the clients intentions are clearly understood and carried out correctly. His goal with all clients is to provide the best advice from all different perspectives including tax, business, legal and long term care options. Eli is an active participant in the Will for Heroes program, which is a charitable organization providing free estate planning guidance and document drafting for police officers, fire fighters and first responders.  He provides pro bono legal services as part of the Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyers Project.  Eli recently received the 2015 Montgomery County Probate Courts, Law Day Award.   He also spends time participating and volunteering with local organizations including Artemis Center, Downtown YMCA, Crayons to Classrooms and Life Essentials, and was named a 2016 Forty under 40 winner by the Dayton Business Journal. Pickrel, Schaeffer & Ebeling Co., LPA, celebrating over 100 years of serving clients, would like to congratulate Eli and the Class of 2018 on this outstanding accomplishment.

AUTHOR: Jan Burden