Jeremiah joined the firm in 2021 after serving 21 years in fire and rescue, as a firefighter/EMT, fire supervisor (lieutenant), elected representative of his peers, and labor negotiator. Jeremiah brings to Donnelly + Gross significant knowledge and experience in health care, licensing, leadership, advocacy, contract negotiation, unfair labor practices, arbitration, mediation, special magistrate proceedings, local politics and elections, and of course, literally saving lives and protecting people and property.
In 2016, he was a contributing editor to a book by research analyst Beth Ann Fiedler, Ph.D., Managing Medical Devices within a Regulatory Framework. From Fall 2016 through Spring 2020, while working as a full-time fire lieutenant/EMT, Jeremiah attended Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University College of Law. He made the Dean’s List every semester, graduated magna cum laude, fifth in his class and received eight book awards by setting the curve in those courses.
Through his decades of public service, Jeremiah has demonstrated his commitment to protecting the community and people he serves, and he is committed to continuing to do this good work as an attorney with Donnelly + Gross.
Jeremiah has deep family roots in Gainesville. He lives and works in Volusia County with his wife and four sons.