February Staff Highlight Dawn Cagle

My name is Dawn Cagle, and I have been the receptionist at Levine Law Group since June of 2015. I am the first person our clients see when they walk into our office. I truly enjoy hearing their stories and getting to know them on a personal level. I spend the majority of my day answering and transferring calls throughout the North and South Carolina offices. My duties include scanning and closing files, sorting and delivering incoming mail, sending out medical prepay checks, making sure that we have intake and major case files ready for client meetings, and updating the office calendar. I’m very flexible and am happy to do whatever is asked of me. I have worked retail management my entire adult life, so this was a huge change for me, but has been an enjoyable one.

I was raised in Iredell County where I graduated from North Iredell High School many, many, many moons ago. I attended Catawba Valley Community College where I earned an Associate’s Degree in Nursing. During this time, I met my ex-husband who was in the United States Air Force. We lived at Yokota Air Force Base in Japan for 5 years and then transferred to Pope Air Force base in Fayetteville where the true love of my life was born, our son Bobby. I worked for the Army and Air Force Exchange Service for 11 years or more, managing everything from a furniture store, liquor store, movie rental facility, military clothing shop, and a tent store in Iraq.

When I am not at Levine Law Group, I love spending time with my boyfriend of 10 years, Wade, and my 16 year-old son, Bobby. Wade’s daughter, Tara, and her husband, Thomas, have blessed us with a grandchild, Bentley, who is 5. We enjoy NASCAR racing, cooking out and hanging out by our pool.





Thank you Dawn for all you’ve done for LLG!



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