Attorney Sharon Handy Recognized for Outstanding Community Involvement

Attorney Sharon Handy

Sharon is a woman whose life exemplifies the value of community service intrinsic to Girl Scouts.

The Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana recently bestowed the Tough Cookie award upon attorney Sharon Handy, of Seiller Waterman LLC. The Tough Cookie award is presented to outstanding women who embody courage, confidence, and character while supporting Girl Scouting, young women, and the community.

“Sharon is a woman whose life exemplifies the value of community service intrinsic to Girl Scouts,” said Robert Waterman, a founder of Seiller Waterman LLC.

Handy also recently participated in Le Tour de Pork bike ride with Tammy Naples, a paralegal in the firm, Tammy’s sister Tracey Hazelwood, and another friend. The ride is a benefit for the Ohio River Greenway, which is nearing completion. The multi-use trail will ultimately run for 7.5 miles along the banks of the Ohio River from Jeffersonville, through Clarksville, to New Albany, Indiana.

Taking her community involvement even further, Handy was also recently elected to the board of directors of the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana. The organization offers a range of charitable funds, allowing individuals, families, businesses, and not-for-profits to choose the best vehicle(s) to help accomplish their philanthropic goals.

The Community Foundation of Southern Indiana administers over $116 million in assets, annually granting more than $4.5 million to causes that impact the community, stewarding more than 240 individual funds, and providing leadership on important community issues in Southern Indiana.

About Sharon Handy, Seiller Waterman LLC
Sharon Handy focuses on Commercial Transactions, Business Law, Charitable Organizations, Probate & Estate Administration, Estate & Tax Planning, Trusts, Real Estate, Employment Law, Employee Benefits (ERISA), Elder Law and Tax. For more information, please call (502) 371-3501, or visit

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