Crestview Hills, KY; March 17, 2009—DBL Partner Jim Dressman was recently named co-chairman to Republican Scott Kimmich’s campaign for Kenton County Judge Executive. Kimmich is running in the 2010 GOP primary.
Dressman’s father, the late James A. Dressman, Jr., served as Kenton County Judge Executive for over 20 years. “My dad poured his lifeblood into this county and believed strongly in giving his time and leadership to make sure its citizens could live, work, and raise a family here.” said Dressman.
“By being part of this campaign, I am building on the foundation my dad laid. I want to insure that Scott Kimmich can use his 25 years of government experience, conservative fiscal values, and outstanding leadership to continue this journey for Kenton County.”
Dressman joins Crestview Hills Republican Frank Sommerkamp as co-chairman of the Kimmich campaign.
Dressman heads the commercial law and banking practice at DBL. His practice includes banking and commercial law, tax law, estate planning and probate, and real estate. Deeply committed to serving the community, he is a prior board member and past president of Senior Services of Northern Kentucky, and is presently a member of: the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Board of Advisors, the Thomas More College Foundation Board, Thomas More College Major Gifts Committee (Chair), and the board of directors of Northern Kentucky Volunteer Lawyers, Inc. He is also currently serving as Chair of the Diocese of Covington Diocesan and Parish Annual Appeal.
Dressman is a lifelong resident of Kenton County. He graduated from Thomas More College and obtained a law degree from the University of Kentucky in 1977. He resides in Edgewood.« Back to news