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Jenny Scavino Sieg grew up in Pinellas County and graduated from the University of Florida in 1994 with a bachelor of science degree in Political Science. She immediately returned to St. Petersburg and earned her juris doctor degree from Stetson University College of Law in 1997.
After working at the Florida Attorney General’s Office for seven years, Jenny moved to Pasco County and became the Coordinator of the Paralegal Program at Pasco-Hernando Community College in 2004. In 2006, she entered private practice and opened her own firm in 2011 in New Port Richey. In 2012, she merged her law firm with the firm of Ernest G. Cole.
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Jenny lives in Trinity with her two children and husband, David. Jenny is a member and past president of the West Pasco Bar Association,
past President of Women Lawyers of Pasco, current Development Director of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers, member of West Pasco Business Association and active in other local organizations.
Ernie Cole grew up in Somerset County, New Jersey and graduated from Wardlaw Country Day School High School in 1970. He graduated from Rutgers College in New Brunswick, New Jersey in 1974 with a bachelor of science degree in United States history. He then enrolled in Wake Forest University School of Law and earned his juris doctor degree in 1977.
Upon graduation, Ernie moved to New Port Richey and worked for one year for Home Shopping Network founder, Roy Speer. In 1978, Ernie founded his own law firm. In 2012, Ernie merged his firm with the law firm of Jenny Scavino Sieg. Ernie retired in December of 2014.
He continues to reside in Pasco County with his wife, Cyndi. They have one son.