In U.S. Young Liberian Female Legal Practitioner Admitted To Maryland Bar
Parents of Patricia Nimledee-Siedi Tuon, Mr. and Mrs. P Nimely-Sie Tuon currently in the United States were the happiest people in recent time when they witnessed their daughter admittance to the Maryland State Bar Association as Councilor at Law.
In a Face Book post, the father of Patricia said, “Hello Family and facebook friends. Please join me as I take this moment to salute my daughter Patricia Nimledee-Siedi Tuon for achieving a great milestone in her life as Councilor of Law, along with her soon-to-be husband, Cabo Francis Granato, also Councilor at Law. Both were admitted to the Maryland State Bar Association. Let’s wish them well, and congratulations,” Mr. Tuon in his post happily noted.
In their ‘Face Book’ congratulatory messages from individuals both in Liberia and the United States expressed thanks to the young Liberian legal mind for her achievement in the legal profession.
For his part, Sam Slewion congratulated the graduates and expressed appreciation to the parents, for Emmanuel P. Munyeneh he also congratulated both the parents and the graduate, and wishing them all the best. Mr. Mohammed S. Kromah, prominent Liberian based in the United States also said, “Congratulations to my brilliant niece. We wish you the best.”