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Marilyn Fiore-Lehman, Chairperson of the Jamestown Bar Association Community Service Award Committee announced at a meeting of the Jamestown Bar Association held on May 14, 2019 that Paul V. Webb, Jr. was honored by his legal colleagues and peers in awarding him a Lifetime Achievement Award for Community Service.
Attorney Lyle Hajdu, one of Paul Webb’s partners, provided a summary of Paul’s service to the community during his lifetime. Among his many community activities, Paul served two terms as a member of the Chautauqua Regional Community Foundation, was a School Board member for the Frewsburg Central School District for approximately 13 years, was the president of the Frewsburg Little League, was Chairman of the Jamestown City Republican Party, served as Fire Commissioner for the Town of Carroll for approximately 8 years, coached Little League Baseball for the Town of Carroll for many years, and helped establish the Rails-to-Trails section in Mayville that has been named after his parents, Paul and Nadine Webb. Paul was also active in his church, having served on the Parish Council for St. James, as a board member for St. James School, and he was active in Catholic Charities in St. Mary’s Parish.
Paul has also served in numerous capacities in relation to the law, including being a member of the House of Delegates for the New York Bar Association for 4 years, he served on the Supreme Court Appellate Division 4th Department Attorney Grievance Committee for 6 years, and he was President of the Jamestown Bar Association. Additionally, Paul has served as Town Attorney for the Towns of Carroll, Kiantone, and Poland, and as attorney for the Village of Bemus Point. Paul is also a contributor to the Robert H. Jackson Center.