Robert C. Meeker, Attorney
After serving as assistant prosecutor in the Summit County Prosecutor's Office, Mr. Meeker entered the private practice of law in 1972 and associated with Mr. Blakemore in 1973. In 1977, he became a partner in the predecessor firm to Blakemore, Meeker & Bowler. He is a graduate of St. Vincent High School and the University of Notre Dame. He received his juris doctor degree in law from the University of Akron School of Law.
Mr. Meeker was a standout athlete in high school and college, including starting two years on the University of Notre Dame football team. He has continued his efforts in support of youth athletics as both a basketball and football coach in the Catholic Youth Organization, which he also served as a trustee. He is the founder of the Summit Sports Luncheon Club and past president of the Dapper Dan Club and the Notre Dame Club of Akron.
Since 1977, he has been a member of the board of trustees of Edwin Shaw Hospital which he also chaired. Mr. Meeker also sits on the board of trustees of St. Vincent-St. Mary High School.
From 1972 to 1981, he served as an assistant attorney general for the State of Ohio. He specializes in personal injury law and medical malpractice. He is a member of the Akron, Ohio and American Bar Associations and the Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers.
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