Ken Redding graduated with a BA from Skidmore College in 1978 and earned his Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1981. He was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1981 and the New York Bar in 1982.
A native of Forest Hills, Queens, NY, he worked at the firm of McCarthy, Fingar, Donovan, Drazen & Smith in White Plains, NY until 1983. He then moved to Kingston, NY where he joined Robert A. Ronder, P.C. and worked closely with Howard C. St. John and Associates in conducting Ulster Savings Bank mortgage closings.
Ken has participated as a lecturer for the NYS Bar Association continuing legal education program and is a member of the Erie County Real Estate Committee. He has also designed and developed several databases and computer programs for preparing legal documents for wills, trusts, real estate matters and loan closings. The efficiency of these programs help the firm outperform other law offices in taking care of the needs of its clients.
His interests include, computers, racquetball, basketball and everything involving his children. He is a member of the Amherst East Rotary and a board member of The Kevin Guest House.
David C. Weir graduated with a BA from The University of Buffalo in 1994 and earned his Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Buffalo School of Law in 1998. He was admitted to the New York Bar in 1999.
A native of Niagara Falls, NY, he interned with the New York State assembly and the Erie County District Attorney’s office before taking a position with a large suburban law firm for almost ten years. During that time he accentuated his practice in Real Estate and Criminal Law.
David has lectured to new and experienced realtors on the legal aspects of real estate and has conducted many home buyer seminars. He has also participated in DWI prevention seminars and has lectured at numerous High Schools regarding prevention. David still concentrates his practice in the areas of residential real estate and mortgage loans.
His interests include history, hockey, carpentry and his family.