Grand Rapids, Mich., December 22, 2016 — This past Wednesday morning Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge was thrilled to host a special proclamation and presentation in celebration of the firm’s 75th anniversary. Here to present Special Tribute, which was signed by Lieutenant Governor Calley and Governor Snyder, were State Senator Dave Hildenbrand and State Representative Winnie Brinks.
“Small businesses, like Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge, are essential to the economic success and longevity of the State of Michigan,” read the Tribute. “We are fortunate to have businesses such as Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge whose passion, drive, and commitment to their communities have proven unwavering throughout the last 75 years.”
Today, Smith Haughey has nearly 80 attorneys serving in five locations throughout the state, with its newest office in Holland, which opened in March of 2016. While the firm takes pride in what it has been able to accomplish in the past 75 years, it also recognizes the importance of focusing on its future and the next generation. Smith Haughey is constantly seeking new, creative, and more efficient ways to deliver legal services, and is dedicated to helping clients meet their needs and achieve success.
As Smith Haughey reflects on this milestone anniversary, the firm prides itself on the unique impact its attorneys have had on their communities and their profession.