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Local Government Attorneys honor Chesterfield’s Parthemos

Chesterfield County Deputy County Attorney Stylian “Stel” Parthemos has been honored by the Local Government Attorneys of Virginia, Inc. with the 2013 Cherin Award for Outstanding Deputy or Assistant Local Government Attorney, presented at the association’s recent spring conference in Roanoke.

Parthemos has been with the county attorney’s office since 1987; he became deputy county attorney in 2010.

Chesterfield County Attorney Jeffrey Mincks nominated Parthemos for the award, describing him as “unflaggingly loyal and completly committed.” Parthemos’s expertise includes a number of substantive legal areas, including personal injury, insurance, risk management, public utilities, employment discrimination, complex construction disputes, elections, Freedom of Information Act inquiries, and building code violations.

The Cherin Award was established in 1994 and renamed in 2000 to honor the memory of Bob Cherin, an outstanding local government attorney who served in the Fairfax County Attorney’s Office for 25 years.

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