Kearston Thibedeau
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Kearston Thibedeau, Legal Assistant

Kearston Thibedeau

Kearston grew up in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and has lived in there most of her life. She currently resides in Eau Claire with her husband, son, and two dogs. In her free time, she enjoys taking a relaxing nap, sitting around a campfire, and spending time with her family. Some of the things they enjoy doing together include going out on the boat to fish or swim, going for walks or riding bike around the neighborhood, playing outside, and going ice fishing in the winter.

After starting work at a residential treatment center in 2015, she realized working in the legal field and helping others is what she wanted to do. Kearston received her Associates degree with a legal emphasis in the Executive Assistant program from Chippewa Valley Technical College in May 2019.

“I have always genuinely cared for and about people from all walks of life and have looked for all the ways in which I can be of service to others. After working through certain hardships that I went through in the past, working at Nicolet Law Office, S.C., is a great way for me to be able to provide assistance to others that may be going through their own tough times.”

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