This article originally appeared in Mountain Times.
New attorneys take over as Scofield retires
By Victoria Gaither
Two new attorneys, Kevin Gustafson and Justin Schoville, have taken over the Killington Real Estate practice from attorney Marylou Scofield.
Gustafson and Schoville moved into the building on March 1 and took up office space on the first floor at 335 Killington Road in Killington.
In a phone interview, Schoville said, “We have updated the office, we are excited about the progress we made and settling in just fine.”
He also said more space means more services for Killington and the surrounding community.
They plan to stay with real estate law and add litigation services.
For attorney Gustafson, it isn’t all about work. As a snowboarder, he plans to ride at Killington and Pico.
Schoville is more into hiking but says the slopes will call his name eventually.
Both thank Scofield for her support and transition into their new roles and job. Scofield plans to put the computer away and hit the road.
“I want to spend more time with my family. We are staying put for now but hopefully going on trips and traveling,”.
When asked about her proudest accomplishment during her career, a little teary-eyed, she reflected on her work with the Killington Pico Chamber of Commerce.
“They do great work, and I was happy to help draft their by-laws and purchase the building at the bottom of the access road,” she said in her office interview.
On Friday, May 26 the new owners will host a welcome reception from
4-6 p.m. at 335 Killington Road in Killington. All are welcome.