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Dolores M. DeHay

Dolores M. DeHay

Legal Secretary

Dolores, or “Dee,” is a Legal Secretary at Tully Rinckey PLLC’s Syracuse office. She provides legal support to firm attorneys.

Dolores came to Tully Rinckey PLLC with 15 years of law office experience. For most of that time, she worked for an attorney who practiced real estate, traffic, and family law. She also has experience with criminal law at other law offices, where she held legal secretary/office manager positions. Dolores has held other non-legal positions, including those involving data entry, payroll and accounts payable.

Dolores has two sons, one daughter and four granddaughters. In her downtime, she enjoys summertime outdoor activities, reading and spending time with her children and grandchildren. She has family in Ohio, Connecticut, Arizona, and throughout New York state.

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