Jeffery grew up in Richmond, Missouri where he graduated a Spartan in 1987. He attended William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri where he graduated in 1991 with a double major in business and mathematics before heading to the University of MissouriColumbia School of Law. He completed his JD degree in 1994 with the honor of Order of the Coif, a distinct acknowledgement reserved only for those graduating in the top ten percent of their class.
Jeffery currently focuses his practice in wrongful death, personal injury, workers’ compensation, insurance disputes, slip and falls, and other serious accidents. He is a Page | 2 member of the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys which is dedicated to protecting the rights of those injured to seek justice.
Jeffery is a member of Trinity Lutheran Church of Clinton. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes also holds a special place in his heart as he follows his father and former Richmond Spartans football coach and teacher Tom Adams’ leadership in FCA. Jeffery currently serves as co-huddle leader of the Clinton High School huddle along with three middle school huddles.
He and his wife Kimberly have been happily married since 1992 and have made their home in Clinton along with their children Zachary, Hannah, and Noah. Zachary is currently a mathematics teacher and coach at Clinton High School where he resides with his wife Krista. Hannah is finishing up her degree at Central Methodist University with a focus in Accounting. Noah is a junior at Clinton High School.
Jeffery spends his free time coaching the Clinton Christian Academy boys’ basketball team as well as assisting with soccer. He enjoys fishing and hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park as he seeks to entice the trout to fall for a dry fly. His favorite sports teams after CCA and CHS are North Carolina basketball and the Kansas City Royals.
His favorite scripture is:
John 14:6 – Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.