Col. Chris Cummings, right, of Homewood receives congratulations at the ceremony marking his retirement from the Army Reserve after 27 years of service from General Ural D. Glanville. (Provided photos)
People serving in the military still need legal services, and one Homewood attorney was there for them for 27 years.Homewood Village Attorney Chris Cummings retired in December 2017 as a colonel from the Judge Advocate General Corps of the United States Army Reserve. He entered as . . .
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