Pete Hammerle helped launch Hammerle Finley Law Firm 35 years ago and has continuously served as Legal Administrator since that time.
He is responsible for managing the administrative operations of the Firm, including supervising all non-attorney personnel, evaluating and managing the Firm’s operating and information systems, assisting in the marketing of the Firm’s legal services and client development activities, and evaluating, managing and supervising the facilities of the Firm.
Mr. Hammerle has been a member of the Dallas Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators for over 30 years and has served on the Board and as Treasurer and Chairman of the Small Firm Section
He received his MBA from Pepperdine University and his undergraduate degree from the University of North Texas. He has a strong background in corporate marketing. Mr. Hammerle began his corporate career Regional Sales Manager over the Midwest, Southwest and West regions for ARA Services (now Aramark). He was a top producer and received numerous awards for outstanding achievement in sales.
Mr. Hammerle is a committed volunteer for his church, his community, and his state.
He served as the Denton County Chairman of the Ross Perot for President Committee. He has been a strong supporter of Texas Senator Jane Nelson and was involved in her initial political campaign.
Mr. Hammerle was appointed Chairman of the Joint Committee responsible for approval and construction of the Denton County Courthouse. He served as Chairman of the Denton County Citizen’s Budget Advisory Committee. He was recognized for Outstanding Service and Dedication to Denton County by the Denton County Commissioners Court, and his name is displayed at the top of the dedication plaque on the current Denton County Courthouse.
Mr. Hammerle was co-chairman of the Lewisville Lake Safety Committee and President, Co-founder and Race Chairman of the Texas Hydrofest.
He was a founding member and the Grant Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Texas Motor Speedway Children’s Charity. In 2010, he was awarded the TMS President’s Award for his outstanding service.
Mr. Hammerle was elected to the Vestry of the Episcopal Church of the Annunciation for three consecutive terms, serving on the Finance Committee and as Stewardship Chairman within the Vestry.