It is with great mixed emotions that I write this ….

Michelle & BillAs many of you know, Bill Poole and wife Michelle Poole have been members of our team for nearly four and a half years.  Both of them have been nothing short of amazing, and have definitely touched many of the lives of people that they have met. 

There is no doubt that the law firm of Bellomo & Associates is in a much better place than it was before the two of them arrived.  Unfortunately, Bill was recently diagnosed with stage IV prostate cancer and he is getting ready to start his treatments to defeat this horrible disease. 

He and Michelle have decided, effective January 1, 2020, to leave Bellomo & Associates in order to take some time together to travel and see their friends and family, visit places of interest to them, and spend quality time with their grandchildren.  One thing that has become very clear to me is that there is nothing in this world that brings joy to Bill like his grandchildren.  When he talks about them or when he is going to pick one of them up or going to see them, he is filled with utter joy and excitement. 

I am so grateful that he and Michelle will get to spend a large portion of their remaining time together with their family.  I hope that they get to see wonderful parts of the United States and, if they choose, the world.

They will certainly be missed, and the holes that they leave will be hard to fill.  However, we promise you that we will continue to service you the same way we always have. 

For now, our thoughts are with Bill and Michelle, and we wish them nothing but the best in their time together.  We will always cherish our time with them and love them, and will do anything for them.  If you see either of them, please give them well wishes and nothing but the best encouragement.

We hope that all of you had a wonderful holiday season.  Until we see each other again, we hope that you stay healthy and happy.

Jeff Bellomo, Esq.

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