Lori has her roots in the Midwest, growing up in the rural Northwest Indiana town of Lowell. Migrating south for college, she graduated with a degree in English and Journalism from Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee. After a brief stint in public relations, Lori began her paralegal career with the Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart firm, and has since enjoyed over 20 years’ experience in various legal fields. In her spare time, Lori volunteers regularly for the City of Greenville and Habitat for Humanity. She also enjoys hiking, reading, cooking and an occasional half-marathon.
Myra Culbertson came to Greenville from Georgia, where she graduated from the University of West Georgia, and began a teaching career in her home town of Buford. She transitioned into the legal field when she began her many years of work with Judge Frank McGowan, continued legal work through private court reporting, and then worked with private attorneys at Womble Carlyle law firm. She has two adult children, two dogs and two cats and enjoys spending time with all of them.
Myra’s work includes assisting with litigation, probate issues and real estate closings.
Patrick Culbertson was born and raised in Greenville. He graduated from Greenville High School and the University of South Carolina with a B.A. in psychology. After college, Patrick worked in Columbia in retail management, then moved back to Greenville in 2007 and opened his own landscaping business. Patrick joined the firm in 2017 as the lead real estate paralegal. His psychology degree has come in handy, since he works with his mother and sister. In his spare time, Patrick can be found cruising around his neighborhood in a golf cart and giggling over his favorite internet dogs.