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July 15, 2018

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October 3, 2017
Devon had a wicked sense of humor. I looked forward to using one of his own jokes about people who had lived a long and full life - but not this soon - this time it applies: cut down in the prime of life.
November 17, 2016
Devon was truly a great man he went to court and helped me get my kids back even though I couldn't afford to pay him all that much.. i will forever be grateful to this man he helped restore my life back after going down a beaten path.. he didn't care about the money... my heart breaks to learn of his passing and I send condolences to his family and friends.. i could never repay the man for everything he has done for me.. he truly was a great man.
October 29, 2016
A dear friend with good advice. He will be missed.
May 10, 2016
Well in honor of Mr. DEVON SHERWOOD I arrived at court prior to 8 am , in fact i was the first person there. He would probably be stunned by this in its self. As I sat waiting watching the hall fill up with people I found myself searching for a tall figure with shining blue eyes to step off the elevator and settle my nerves down. Thats when it hit me and I realized what a good friend Devon had become . I know I irritated him sometimes but seeing him get off that elevator sure made me feel better in the long run. He is greatly missed by many of his clients beside myself I am sure. G. Bradshaw