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As equity partner and attorney at Parks & Jones Attorneys at Law, nearly half of Cameron Jones’ clients are farmers and veterans. He concentrates on securing their futures and honoring their legacies.
Jones established the firm’s elder law practice in 2012, after which the firm quickly grew from three staff members to 13 in 2018. Jones was instrumental in developing and continues to oversee the firm’s estate planning annual maintenance program.
He serves on the advisory board of the Greater Missouri Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association and on the board of directors for Project Rescue Foundation.
What is your proudest moment? Since my daughter was born, I can easily say that being her dad is by far my greatest accomplishment. Mickie Jane lights up our lives.
What are you doing to make the Ozarks better? When we are able to help our farmers and veterans get the benefits they have earned … we are investing back into the people who make the Ozarks so special.
What is your best productivity hack? Focus most of your efforts on what you are uniquely gifted and qualified to do, and bring people onto your team who are strong in the areas you are weakest in.
What did you learn the hard way? People do not always care what you know, until they know they have been heard.
What’s your most treasured possession? My salvation in Jesus Christ.
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