Amidst attending marketing classes and studying for political science exams as an undergraduate at Syracuse University, young Ronald J. Klokus still managed to find time to volunteer for Meals on Wheels. And it’s fortunate he did—it was during his time volunteering with the elderly that the aspiring lawyer developed a passion for Elder Law.
“Being able to help families through what can be a very difficult time is some of the
most gratifying work that I have been a part of,” says Ronald.
His commitment to improving the lives of the elderly and their families is matched by his dedication to small businesses. As a graduate student and a young lawyer, Ronald worked with small businesses from a wide array of different industries, finding he had a special fondness for working with families and entrepreneurial newcomers.
Through his law and consulting services, Ronald strives to provide small business owners with the knowledge and support needed to ensure they are successful for generations to come.
Ronald has received his share of degrees, honors, and accolades.
After graduating with a degree in marketing and political science, the Corning-native returned to Syracuse University to pursue his Juris Doctor and Master of Business degrees. While in graduate school, Ronald received a Corporate Counsel certificate for law and an Entrepreneurship and Innovation certificate for business. After his admission to the New York State Bar, he headed home to Corning to practice law.
Outside of work, Ronald enjoys sports, baking, and playing trivia.
He currently serves as the vice president of the Corning branch of Meals on Wheels, and works as lead chair of the planning committee for its charity golf tournament. While he hasn’t yet accomplished his childhood dream of playing shortstop for the New York Yankees, he remains a devoted fan to the baseball team, as well as to Syracuse Orange.
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