ann-marie-pleasantonANN MARIE PLEASANTON, RPR, FPR
Ann Marie Pleasanton has been a court reporter in Florida since 1980. During that span of time Ann Marie has reported a wide range of litigation cases, as well as traveled abroad in a court reporting capacity. Mrs. Pleasanton has been a member of the National Court Reporters Association since 1981, shortly after her graduation from the Gold Coast School of Machine Shorthand. Ann Marie is a Registered Professional Reporter, RPR, as well as an FPR, Florida Professional Reporter. Mrs. Pleasanton is a member of the American Legion Women’s Auxiliary and is involved in the national Veterans History Project, wherein the stories of veterans are memorialized in the Library of Congress from transcripts created by court reporters such as Ann Marie. Ann Marie’s community involvement also includes being a board member of Project Graduation of Lake Worth, a cause dear to her. David and Ann Marie have three children; one a graduate of the University of Florida, another a graduate of the United States Naval Academy, and the third still enrolled at UF.

michael-greenhillMICHAEL H. GREENHILL, FPR (1947-2014)
Michael H. Greenhill reported since 1978 until his untimely passing in 2014. Michael was the only reporter in the State of Florida who was a Lifetime Fellow of the Florida Bar Foundation. Mr. Greenhill also served as a public member in the Florida Bar Citizens Forum, the Florida Bar Foundation Development Committee, and in 2004 was selected as one of three public member finalists whose names were submitted to the Florida Supreme Court by the Florida Bar Selection Committee for consideration of membership on the Florida Bar Board of Governors. Michael has had articles published in the Florida Court Reporters Association magazine. Mr. Greenhill reported the 15th Judicial Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission meetings on a pro bono basis since 2001, and was the founder of a statewide program wherein all twenty Florida circuits may have their JNC meetings reported pro bono by volunteer FCRA firms.

A native Floridian, Debbie Meek commenced her court reporting career over thirty-five years ago. Ms. Meek received her court reporting degree from the Gold Coast School of Machine Shorthand. Prior to joining the firm, Debbie was vice-president and office manager of an established court reporting firm, wherein she acquired her proficiency in managing court reporting systems and knowledge of procedures. Ms. Meek is one of a select group of reporters who have acquired their certification as Certified Realtime Reporter, or CRR. In addition to her CRR, Debbie is a Registered Professional Reporter, RPR, and a Florida Professional Reporter, FPR. Debbie has expertly reported a large variety of cases, to include legal and medical malpractice, commercial litigation, product liability, following them from the early stages of depositions all the way through trial. Ms. Meek is an active member of the Exchangettes of Northern Palm Beach County, a club dedicated to supporting a wide variety of local charities for children. Ms. Meek is the proud mom of a son and daughter, and three grandchildren.

david-marsaaDAVID L. MARSAA
David L. Marsaa enrolled in court reporting school after graduation from high school, receiving his degree in 1975. Mr. Marsaa is one of the most experienced active court reporters in the State of Florida, and one of a few in the nation with such an impressive number of years in the profession. Mr. Marsaa has enjoyed his entire career in the South Florida market, and there is no facet of reporting with which he is not familiar. David began his career at the offices of Jones & Jones in West Palm Beach in 1975 and later formed Ley & Marsaa in 1982. After Ms. Ley’s retirement in 2003, Mr. Marsaa continued to operate independently until 2013 when he joined the partners and thus the firm became PGMM. David is happily married to Karen, and they have three children and five grandchildren. PGMM is pleased to have such a long-term professional as one of its partners.