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Milton Stewart the self acclaimed American Dream was born and raised in west Lincoln Nebraska Armed only with a strong will and relentless perseverance he was admitted to the finest high school in Lafayette Indiana of which 996 of its graduates went on to college Of these students that went on to attend college 98 of them graduated Feeling that the cards were stacked for him he even passed up free tuition to Purdue University because his mother was employed at the radio and television news department Having grown up in a household in which none of the members attended college he took it upon himself to be the first When Milt enrolled in Indiana State University he had no clue as to how he was going to pay his tuition But once again his dedication to himself and his career paid off the schools foundation awarded him enough scholarships and financial assistance to continue with his education He ended up doing extremely well in school graduating at the top of his class with honors in the government program Striving even further he went on to attend the law school at ISU and was awarded one thousand dollar State Farm insurance scholarship based on merit Milton went to work for Davis Wright Tremaine twenty years ago beginning what he now considers his legacy In his first years with the firm admittedly wet behind the ears Milt burst onto the scene with vim and vigor unrivaled by the other attorneys Sprinting up the corporate ladder Milton soon found himself with too many commitments and became burdened with a feeling of incompetence In addition to his work and as a service to the community Milton served on the board of trustees for the local YMCA Doing what he saw fit Milton retired from the board and gave himself entirely to the firm Later in his life he would come to regret this decision Milton Stewart now represents
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